The board at Wesgro, the Western Cape tourism, trade and investment promotion agency board, approved an increase of R427 000 for its CEO Tim Harris, making his salary R2.5 million. But this has led to resignations and a host of allegations swirling around its legitimacy. Resigned board chair Brian Figaji and the GOOD Party's Brett Herron share their perspectives with Refilwe Moloto.
Is there a 'correct' way to prepare rice? Masterchef and Girl Eat World's Kamini Pather weighs in on the discussion.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Ridhwaan Suliman Senior researcher at CSIR.LISTEN TO PODCAST
America’s gun challenge the infamous NRA is accused of misconduct.
Coronavirus milestones including a nightly musical tribute to victims.
Journalist Erin Bates speaks to Refilwe Moloto about testimony at the Zondo Commission relating to the Free State asbestos housing scandal.LISTEN TO PODCAST
DA shadow minister for international relations and cooperation, Darren Bergman, speaks to Refilwe Moloto about wether a special South African government envoy to Zimbabwe consisting of Sydney Mufamadi and Baleka Mbete, is enough to deal with the human rights violations playing out in the neighbouring state.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Qingqile Mdlulwa Correspondent at Everyday XhosaLISTEN TO PODCAST
City of Cape Town's Mayco member for Transport, Felicity Purchase talks to Refilwe Moloto about how the theft of battery units at traffic lights is costing the city about R6,5million a year.LISTEN TO PODCAST
With Stephan Lombard Breakfast show executive producer.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Covid-19 stigma is real in the workplace and employees are experiencing bullying and harassment by colleagues. Employment relations expert Gawie Cillié says this is fueled by a lack of knowledge about how COVID-19 spreads and can result in people hiding their illness to avoid discrimination.LISTEN TO PODCAST