Guest: Asenati Tukela, Candidate Attorney at the Socio-Economic Rights Institute
It’s been nine years since the Marikana Massacre, and families of the miners who were killed are still seeking justice. Bongani speaks to speaks to Asenati Tukela, attorney at the Socio-Economic Rights Institute.
Lynne Wylie, spokesperson and Head of Marketing at Ster-Kinekor, on the screening of Beyoncé's Renaissance.LISTEN TO PODCAST
An assassination plot a Sikh separatist was targeted in the U.S.
A sad goodbye to Mali she was the world’s saddest elephant.
Aunty gives nephew a bank account.
What’s Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn.
Assistant Secretary General / Deputy Executive Director, Programs UNAIDS, Angeli Achrekar, on the improvement in HIV transmission, US President Joe Biden's Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (Pepfar) as the largest foreign donor to South Africa's HIV/AIDS fighting efforts, and whether there is a connection between Pepfar and abortions.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Chris Yelland, Energy Expert, discusses whether loadshedding will be more common in December, whether energy equipment delivered from China will make a difference, and whether the government can forecast the future of loadshedding.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Maxhosa Chief Creative Director and Founder Laduma Ngxokolo, discussed the opening of his fashion store in New York, how it feels to have prominent people wearing his brand, and the success of his brand.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Israel’s west bank offensive the attention is not just on Gaza.
The death of Henry Kissinger the end of a US diplomatic era.
What’s Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Motalatale Modiba, Chief Director of Communication for Gauteng Health, and Isaac Mangena, spokesperson for City Power, discussed the cutting of electricity power to various health facilities due to nonpayment.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Dr Tim Maake, Governance expert, reacted to the significant improvement in audit outcomes for national and provincial governments for the fiscal year 2022/2023, as well as the challenges that should be raised on the audits and the Auditor-General's office's ability to recoup.LISTEN TO PODCAST