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Load shedding: How bad can it get?

Load shedding: How bad can it get?

10 June 2021 7:33 AM

As South Africans continue to experience load shedding due to the high winter demand for electricity and breakdowns at Eskom’s power units, how much worse can load shedding get in the country? Bongani speaks to Dr Jarrad Wright, energy planner at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).

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Africa Fridays with Crystal Orderson: The legacy of Kenneth Kaunda

18 June 2021 9:10 AM

Zambia’s first President Kenneth Kaunda has passed away at the age of 97. A giant on the continent and in liberation movements against apartheid and colonial rule, what is Kaunda’s legacy.

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The World View - North Korea’s food problem as confirmed by Kim Jong Un

18 June 2021 8:32 AM

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702 Weekly Favour: Innovative hub offers opportunities for youths in Alexandra

18 June 2021 8:28 AM

Over 1 100 youths who aspire to become nurses or pharmacist assistants, among other career opportunities, have enrolled in Netcare’s Youth Employment Service programme. Arabile speaks to Dr Nceba Ndzwayiba, Group Director of HR and Transformation at Netcare.

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Three hundred thousand Covid-19 vaccines for teachers expected to arrive

18 June 2021 7:39 AM

Acting Health Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane says that 300 000 Covid-19 vaccines are set to arrive to arrive in the country, with teachers expected to be vaccinated from next week. Arabile speaks to Basil Manuel, Executive Director of Naptosa.

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Gauteng Economic Development to MEC to table budget vote

18 June 2021 7:35 AM

The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated Gauteng’s economy, while many people have lost their jobs. What’s the plan to address these issues? Arabile Gumede speaks to Parks Tau, Gauteng MEC for Economic Development, Environment, Agriculture and Rural Development.

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National Police Commissioner assumes new role in SADC policing body

17 June 2021 7:33 AM

National Police Commissioner General Khehla Sithole is set to assume Chairpersonship of the Southern African Regional Police Chief Cooperation. How is this body helping policing in the SADC region? Arabile Gumede speaks to General Khehla Sithole.

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New unedited footage set to strengthen Lindani Myeni case

17 June 2021 7:08 AM

In a new development in the case of the killing of Lindani Myeni, new unedited footage has emerged on the events before Myeni was shot dead by police in Honolulu, Hawaii. Arabile Gumede speaks to James Bickerton, Founding Partner at Bickerton Law Group and Myeni family lawyer.

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Political party mainly for youths launches its election campaign

16 June 2021 9:23 AM

Us the People, a new youth led political party, hopes to attract youths who do not vote in the country’s upcoming local government elections. Clement speaks to Tshireletso Mati, spokesperson of Us the People.

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