President Cyril Ramaphosa last night announced that religious gatherings in limited numbers could go ahead under lockdown three regulations. The move has been welcomed by Berry Behr, chairperson of the Cape Town Interfaith Initiative, but has been slammed by Father Russell Pollitt, Director of the Jesuit Institute SA.
A farewell to Covid a strange party atmosphere in the Czech Republic.
The Queen’s charm offensive HM has been chatting to world leaders.
As more grades get ready to return to the classroom as of Monday July 6th, Refilwe Moloto speaks to a teacher about the concerns being shared among educators and learners.LISTEN TO PODCAST
UIF Commissioner Teboho Maruping talks to Refilwe Moloto about Ters payment delays and when the special Covid-19 relief payments will end.LISTEN TO PODCAST
As if 1 July 2020, sections of the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act of 2013 will come into effect to offer more protection of privacy. Refilwe speaks to Nadine Mather, Senior Associate at Bowmans law firm, to unpack what this means for businesses and consumers.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Advocate Andy Mothibi, the head of SA’s Special Investigating Unit(SIU), speaks to Refilwe Moloto about their challenges in tackling corruption, in particular, what he calls rampant collusion between private and state attorneys.LISTEN TO PODCAST
America’s coronavirus Increase the pandemic is getting worse in the US.
Hong Kong’s security law the new crackdown has been rubber stamped.
A green light for electric scooters the U.K. okays their use on the roads.
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Sikonathi Mantshantsha national spokesperson for Eskom about the danger Eskom workers face when trying to reconnect electricity services in certain areas.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Oscar Borchards, Acting Terminal Manager at the Port of Cape Town talks to Refilwe Moloto about new measures they are implementing to get back to full capacity after a backlog caused by the Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.LISTEN TO PODCAST