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Ronald Lamola wants the justice system to be stronger when dealing with GBV

Ronald Lamola wants the justice system to be stronger when dealing with GBV

19 June 2020 7:40 AM

As President Cyril Ramaphosa said, South Africa is facing two pandemics, the second being gender-based violence. Activists saying it is not the coronavirus that is killing women, but men. No less than 21 women and children have been killed in the past couple of weeks, the latest victim, a 3-year-old, whose body was found with multiple stab wounds in an open veld in Orange Farm. Justice Minister

Ronald Lamola says that he wants a stronger, more effective criminal justice system to tackle the scourge of gender-based violence.


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The national ventilator project community in response to the Covid-19

16 July 2020 9:27 AM

Sabine Dall’Omo, CEO of Siemens Southern and Eastern Africa - Siemens South Africa joins forces with the National Ventilator project community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Nybble Technology

16 July 2020 9:23 AM

The 2020 edition of Nedbank Business Ignite has announced Nybble Technology as a finalist, placing Davith Kahwa on the shortlist to potentially win a R260 000 incubation and media package!

Read more at igniteyourbusiness.co.za and engage us on #BusinessIgnite - proudly brought to you by Nedbank.

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What’s Viral - Xolile Nqatha says it is un-ANC to act against cadres in Covid-19

16 July 2020 8:01 AM

What’s Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn

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Energy Eskom struggling to keep lights on?

16 July 2020 7:35 AM

Ray White speaks to Ted Blom, Energy Expert

Eskom has moved the country to stage 2 loadshedding as the national grid faces severe strain due to increased demand for electricity. The utility says it is running low on diesel stock and a generation unit each at the Medupi and Kusile power stations tripped. During lockdown, the utility was able to avoid loadshedding, but as the economy reopened, the company is struggling to keep lights on.

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Preparing for elections in the time of Covid-19

16 July 2020 7:30 AM

How has Covid-19 affected the IEC? What could next year’s local government elections be like for the public, where Covid-19 will still be a reality? What trends are we seeing on who is registering to vote? Are more youth registering to vote and likely to vote?

Ray White speaks to Sy Mamabolo, Chief Electoral Officer at the Independent Electoral Commission.

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Clothes and blankets drive for babies and children

15 July 2020 9:25 AM

Ray White speaks to Sam Parrish, One Act of Kindness Volunteer.

The impact of COVID-19 and mission to flatten the curve, young children and babies and the Charlotte Maxeke hospital cannot be in the company of their parents and caregivers and the little ones have to stay alone, some without a change of clothes or blankets. The One Act of Kindness is on drive to collect clothes, toys and blankets for the children, posted on their Facebook page.

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iFacts

15 July 2020 9:18 AM

The 2020 edition of Nedbank Business Ignite has announced iFacts as a finalist, placing Jenny Reid on the shortlist to potentially win a R260 000 incubation and media package!

Read more at igniteyourbusiness.co.za and engage us on #BusinessIgnite - proudly brought to you by Nedbank.

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What’s Viral -Man suffers one of the worst sunburns while swimming

15 July 2020 8:00 AM

What’s Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn 

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SA Covid-19 ventilator manufacturers

15 July 2020 7:36 AM

Ray White speaks to Willem Esterhuyse, SA Radio Astronomy Observatory's (SARAO's) General Manager of Engineering.

While Health Minister, Dr. Zweli Mkhize has warned of a COVID-19 peak in the next coming months, South Africa may not have enough oxygens for the surge in patients. The Minister also commended the work of the CSIR in manufacturing ventilators. The government’s ventilation project aims to locally manufacture 20 000 ventilators by the end of September.

The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory is not just focusing on the telescope and the SKA, but has now been mandated to manage the production of respiratory ventilators. To get an update on where we are with this project, I am now joined by Project Manager of the National Ventilator Project, Willem Esterhuyse

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SAA creditors to take crucial vote over business rescue plan

15 July 2020 7:31 AM

Ray White speaks to Joachim Vermooten, Transport Analyst, University of Johannesburg

86% of creditors voted in favour of the SAA Business Rescue Plan published on 7 July. In terms of legislation this means the plan may be implemented, subject to funding obtained. The airline’s restructure has been costed at R10.4 billion, in addition to the R16.4 billion that government has set aside to pay guaranteed debt over the next three years.

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