From 9 am to 12 pm every weekday, veteran radio personality Kieno Kammies will champion the issues facing individual Capetonians by using the station’s vast network of contacts for good, while also courting controversy by holding governmental ministers to account and seeking the truth within the politics.
Tune in to Today with Kieno Kammies for longer interviews reflecting and unpacking some of the biggest national news stories of the day and join the conversation on The Open Line.
Kieno will also get up close and personal in lifestyle-focused segments exploring, among other things, parenting, psychology, travel, and tech.
Stellenbosch University’s Department of Botany and Zoology and Sea Search will be hosting the second African Bioacoustics Conference from 2 to 5 November. The conference will look at how increased industrialisation and industrial noise pollution affects animal behaviour & how acoustic monitoring is being used to monitor illegal activities including deforestation, poaching and blast fishing.
Dr Tess Gridley, founder of the African Bioacoustics Community and co-director of Sea Search is our guest
Guest: Sister Sandy Lovick Nerena Gardens.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Albert Fritz | MEC for Community Safety at Western Cape Government
Minister Fritz to unpack Court Watching Brief report on cases struck off the court role
A look at stories which have been trending with Barbara Friedman.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Jonathan Cherry Director at Cherryflava Media.LISTEN TO PODCAST
This week, Reuters reported new findings showing that vaping is more effective than gum, patches and the like to help smokers kick the habit. It’s a view that South African harm-reduction specialists have worked tirelessly to impart to policymakers – especially since the start of the hard lockdown when vaping was lumped together with tobacco for purposes of the ban.
Guest: Asanda Gcoyi, CEO of the Vapour Products Association of South Africa is our guest
Guest: Alistair Fairweather Technology Consultant at Plain Speak.LISTEN TO PODCAST