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Generating capacity from Steenbras Dam explained

Generating capacity from Steenbras Dam explained

10 July 2020 7:02 AM

In previous times, Cape Town has been able to avoid loadshedding due to spare generating capacity at Steenbras dam, or at least staved off the full brunt of loadshedding. But the power plant has out of service for maintenance, and was was due to have been completed by May 2020, but we understand there have been delays and that the maintenance work has therefore not yet been completed. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Phindile Maxiti, City of Cape Town Mayoral Committee Member for Energy and Climate Change.


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Funeral costs rise amid pandemic

12 August 2020 8:40 AM

The average cost of a basic funeral in South Africa has risen by up to 25% since lockdown started. According to funeral parlours prices had to be hiked because of extra Covid-19 related expenditure, including protective equipment. Manesh Govender, president of the National Funeral Directors Association will shed light on the context of the sudden increase. 

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The World View - Joe Biden makes history with his presidential running mate

12 August 2020 8:07 AM

Dutch drugs mega-factory the scale of the drugs bust is extraordinary.
 
The Harry & Meghan book finding freedom” has been published. 

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Cat (allegedy) run over by Cape cops

12 August 2020 7:37 AM

The cops might be in hot water after CCTV caught them running over a cat in Woodstock. What are your legal responsibilities when (unintentionally) injuring an animal? 

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Shilowa on explosive Zondo Commission testimony

12 August 2020 7:22 AM

Mbhazima Shilowa speaks to Refilwe Moloto about a shocking day of testimony at the Zondo Commission where former National Treasury DG, Lungisa Fuzile  squared off against the man who spent all of four days as our Finance Minister, Des Van Rooyen.

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SA's tourism industry sector welcomes intra-provincial travel

12 August 2020 6:53 AM

Lockdown regulations which allow leisure travel for intra-provincial travel was recently implemented. After more than four months in lockdown South Africans grabbed the chance to get out of the house over the long weekend with both hands. Accommodation providers and tourism sites have seen this first hand. Marketing manager at LekkeSlaap Gerriline Fouche is on the line to tell us how bookings have picked up. 

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Are today's student drivers better prepared than we were?

12 August 2020 6:46 AM

The K53 might not change all that much, but how we prepare student drivers for the reality of the road sure has. Refilwe finds out what that entails from a local driving school. 

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The Social Rundown

12 August 2020 6:31 AM

With Stephan Lombard Breakfast show executive producer.

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Living through Post-Covid syndrome

11 August 2020 8:51 AM

Haji Mohamed Dawjee tells Refilwe about month-long fight against post-Covid syndrome and the lasting effects of this invasive and destructive virus. 
 

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Returning Grade 7s caught in crossfire of calls to close schools

11 August 2020 8:30 AM

Unions and parents alike are concerned about grade 7s returning to class today as some SGBs and Cosas have called for schools to be shut. Yesterday the Department of Basic Education issued a warning to those thinking of disrupting classes. Ben Machipi represents the Professional Educators Union, one of the bodies that have been told by the department to see that their members toe the line.

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