Deputy Director General of the Department of Mineral Resources Ntokozo Ngcwabe shared that the government is dedicated to moving away from damaging carbon emissions, but not at the expense of the country's economic prosperity.
South African comedian and doctor Riaad Moosa provides more details on his upcoming one-man comedy show, which will take place this weekend.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A European Heatwave much of the continent is sweltering.
A Welsh trademark Row after a company copyrighted the word for love.
What’s Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Independent Energy Sector Specialist Hilton Trollip explains why we are currently in stage 6, the state of the power grid, and how the government should implement better plans or we will be in the same situation in three years.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Helen Suzman Foundation Executive Director Nicloe Fritz responds to Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi's statement that non-governmental organizations (NGOs) such as HSF are violating the Zim exemption permit, which has been in place for 13 years, and are likely to disrupt the lives of thousands of Zimbabweans who live legally in South Africa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Nhlanhla Mabaso explained what he saw when reporters were allowed to enter the Eyonbeni tavern, what caused the death of 21 teenagers at Sceneray Park, and whether the tavern was illegally built.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Head of Guide Dog Training Mandla Ndlovu and Blind Guide Dog user head of Public Relations at South African Guide-Dogs Association Pieter Van Niekerk highlight the life-changing services of this organization, which not only serves the visually impaired but also provides Support Dogs to people with physical disabilities and Autism, as well as their upcoming campaign to highlight how guide dogs help their owners safely navigate the world around them.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The Paris terror trial all 20 have been convicted after a long process.
Regrets… We’ve had a few a charity survey on our big regrets in life.
What’s Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” FairbairnLISTEN TO PODCAST
DA Chief Whip Natasha Mazzone discusses their decision to charge the ANC with criminal charges, alleging that the party governed as a criminal syndicate and requesting that it be "investigated for systemic and calculated racketeering activities over a multitude of years."LISTEN TO PODCAST