John comments about the mood in the world in the world. He says he’s picked up on pessimism, paranoia due to all the violence in countries like France and the rise of populist political candidates. John says that in fact, the world has always been mad.
Bruce comments on the Time magazine’s Top 10 Risks that states that SA’s political instability poses a global risk.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Bruce commented on the current challenges with matric results and the need for long term solutions to the issues with youth unemployment.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Ray White commented on the national matric pass rate, saying the results will be pretty much the same. He feels that more resources and teachers should be poured into education.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Ray White commented on a call for prison inmates to be allowed cellphones in prisons for safety, following reports of an incident in Port Elizabeth that saw prisoners being killed due to gang violence. His view is that prisoners should not dictate to correctional services, rights withstanding.LISTEN TO PODCAST
John delivers his final show and hangs up his headphones after 30 years of broadcasting in the new and old South Africa and attracting generations of listeners. We wish him all the best!
Eskom has been given the green light to go ahead with the request for proposals for the new build procurement programme this week. This after the Western Cape High Court ruled on Tuesday that the process cannot be prevented.LISTEN TO PODCAST
December 9 is World Anti-Corruption Day. John talks about the need for leadership to make this day matter.LISTEN TO PODCAST
After three weeks away, John returns with observations, comparisons and suggestions to all of South Africa.
Stephen recalls an ironic interview he had with then Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane, who was talking about an 18 year old that was hit by a speeding blue light brigade, while speeding to get to a meeting herself.