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Joan Armatrading's first online concert streamed this weekend

Joan Armatrading's first online concert streamed this weekend

30 July 2021 5:32 PM

Guest: Joan Armatrading

Legendary Kittitian-English singer and songwriter, and three-time Grammy Award nominee, Joan Armatrading, will be airing her first ever livestream concert tomorrow.
The 70-year-old released her 22nd studio album, Consequences, in June and within the first week it shot straight into the UK Top 10.
The special once-off concert will streamed at 21h00 South African time and will feature not only new material, but also some of the best known and loved songs from her 50+ year career.


More episodes from Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Start the weekend with Jono Tait from Hatchetman and the new single 'Slow Down'

17 September 2021 6:01 PM

Guest: Start the weekend with Jono Tait from Hatchetman and the new single 'Slow Down'

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Baboon Activism: Scarface faces a death sentence

17 September 2021 5:47 PM

Guest: Peter Oxford


Residents of Betty's Bay are up in arms over the news that Scarface, a member of the local baboon troop, is facing a death sentence. 


The Betty's Bay baboon troop is a small troop made up of 22 animals, including 3 babies and resides in the Kogelberg biosphere reserve. Recently the troop came under the management of Human Wildlife Services (HWS) and on Friday, angry residents and members of the local Baboon Action Group contacted Cape Talk to say that HWS is planning to execute Scarface this afternoon.


For more on this story, Amy McIver speaks to Pete Oxford conservationist, zoologist, and the founder of the Betty's Bay Baboon Action Group.

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Chief Justice Public Nomination

17 September 2021 5:25 PM

Guest: Nicole Fritz | Executive Officer at Freedom Under Law

President Cyril Ramaphosa is inviting public nominations for the position of the next Chief Justice of South Africa.
To promote transparency and encourage public participation, President Ramaphosa has decided that South Africans should take part in the choice of the next Chief Justice.
Nicole Fritz from Freedom Under Law will discuss the implications of the announcement. 

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South African Athlete Exports

17 September 2021 4:51 PM

Guest: Nqobile Ndlovu

Dan Kriel is leaving The Lions for The American Major League outfit. More and more South African athletes seem to be recruited elsewhere. What are the trends and why?  Sports, business researcher and writer Nqobile Ndlovi will discuss. 

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Dr. Saadiq Kariem COVID Update

17 September 2021 4:29 PM

Guest: Sadiq Kareem

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South Africa's plant based food industry is beginning to bloom

17 September 2021 3:56 PM

Guest: Donovon Will

Around the world interest in “Plant-Based” and “Vegan” diets are becoming commonplace, driven by a growing awareness of the health and environmental benefits of eating more plant-based, as well as improvements in the taste, price and availability of plant-based food offerings.
 

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Winemakers to Shoemakers

17 September 2021 3:43 PM

Guest: Johan Du Toit EIGHT FEET

The latest offering from professional rugby player/businessman Pieter Steph Du Toit and his brothers Johan, Anton and Daniel comes to us in the surprising form of shoes! The Eight Feet VELDSKOEN is a celebration of brotherhood, hard work, and above all, family values. The family business already includes a wine and olive farm and is now branching out into other areas. 

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WEATHER 16-09-2021

17 September 2021 3:06 PM

Guest: Annette Botha | Meteorologist 

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Matrics in Antarctica

16 September 2021 6:31 PM

Guest: Rian Manser

Hard to believe it’s that time of the year already. It feels like yesterday I was doing interviews about the first round of this amazing initiative. Entries are now open to the Matric class of 2021 for the experience of a lifetime in Antarctica with explorer Riaan Manser.
5 learners from across the country will fly out of cape town and land 6.5 hours later on the block of ice that is antarctica.
There they’ll spend the next 6 days at the Russian scientific base Novo-lazerevs-kaya doing what? We’re joined now by Riaan Manser to tell us.
Ask about last year’s winner.

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