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Elon Musk’s rocket company launches South African ship-monitor satelites

Elon Musk’s rocket company launches South African ship-monitor satelites

14 January 2022 7:23 AM

Director General of the Department of science and Innovation Dr. Phil Mjwara, offered more information on the three nanosatellites launched into orbit that were created in the country. This was sent into space as a series of small South African satellites to aid in the creation of infrastructure to monitor ships off South Africa's coast.


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Proteas cricket team completes rare double series win against World No 1 ranked India

27 January 2022 9:36 AM

The Proteas, under the leadership of captain Temba Bavuma, the first black captain of South Africa joins us on their summer of cricket against India and how the team overcame the off-field Cricket SA drama to achieve success.

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The World View - Ireland v Russia Irish fishermen intend to tackle the Russian navy

27 January 2022 8:53 AM

The Mekong Menagerie a huge number of new species have been found.

Where do you keep your Pyjamas? it has become a transatlantic issue.

 

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What’s Gone Viral - Mbuso Mandela admits he is an abuser, his girlfriend says he is not

27 January 2022 8:03 AM

What’s Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn.

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The Blue Train’s great Gupta voyage – and the whistle-blower who paid for it

27 January 2022 7:38 AM

Bongani speaks to Herbert Prinsloo, former Transnet train manager whistle-blower who dedicated a quarter of a century of love to Africa’s most luxurious train. When he began to suspect that friends of Transnet were being handed free trips he was investigated, charged and kicked to the pavement. Now, inspired by the courage of whistleblowers testifying at the Zondo Commission, he has come forward to tell his story.

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Africa Wednesday with Crystal Orderso

26 January 2022 9:24 AM

Bongani speaks to Crystal Orderso discussing another coup in West Africa - this time in Burkina Faso - Are regional leaders simply not listening to communities and ignoring their pleas or is the army taking advantage of weak leadership? Hope and pride: Zimbabweans put the country on the map in world of win. 

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The World View - Joe Biden’s Ukraine warning Russia continues to cause tension

26 January 2022 8:30 AM

Party police the downing St events have become a police matter.

It’s raining reptiles an unusual weather warning in Florida.

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What’s Gone Viral - Inventor has created seatbelt to protect fast food from spilling

26 January 2022 8:04 AM

What’s Gone Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn.

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Update on high court showdown between conservationist Fred Daniel

26 January 2022 7:46 AM

Fred Daniel’s R1-billion civil action against the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency and another 24 government entities has resumed in the Pretoria High Court. But with the evidence of corruption and fraud stacking up against Deputy President David Mabuza, this isn’t the only matter that the former Mpumalanga premier has to worry about. The allegations of political murders are resurfacing too. Bongani chats with conservationist, Fred Daniel. 

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Accountability now comment on the release of SIU

26 January 2022 7:05 AM

Yesterday President Ramaphosa authorised the release to the public of the final report of the investigation by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) into procurement by all spheres of government of goods, works and services associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Bongani speaks to Adv Paul Hoffman, Director of Accountability Now. 

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Former Head of St. John’s College School makes it into prestigious Harvard ivy league

25 January 2022 9:43 AM

Sazi Bongwe, Head of School at St. John’s College in 2021, not only achieved nine distinctions in his final matric exams, with an average of 95.9%, the eighteen-year-old Johannesburg matriculant has now secured admission to ivy league Harvard University for the 2022 academic year, which kicks off in August. We are joined by Sazi Bongwe for more on his Proudly South African achievements. 

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