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

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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Wednesday Panel: Whose heritage is it anyway?

23 September 2020 9:13 AM

Guest

1) Pieter Dirk-Uys is an iconic satirist and icon who, along with his alter-ego Evita Bezuidenhout, managed to tackle many of society's taboos. 

2) Patric Tariq Mellett is a heritage activist and one of the finest custodians of the true story of the Cape. 

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The World View - Dark Web Police Raids

23 September 2020 8:18 AM

China versus the US their tensions are aired at the United Nations.

Whose Gold Is whose? a court case begins on the fate of Venezuelan gold.

Luis Suarez becomes Italian but did the footballer cheat a citizenship test. 

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Abusive "cult" with lucrative business links exposed

23 September 2020 7:41 AM

Adriaan Basson, News24 editor, explains to Refilwe Moloto why big retailers are taking KwaSizabantu products off their shelves, after they were exposed to be an abusive and violent cult.

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Herman Mashaba on illegal foreign nationals

23 September 2020 7:28 AM

A group called Action for Change has planned a march to the Nigerian and Embassy in Pretoria, raising concerns that it could lead to an increase in xenophobia. Organisers say they are fed up with the crimes they say are being committed by foreign nationals. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Herman Mashaba of Action SA to get his views on the issue of foreign nationals who are in South Africa illegally.

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WanderLust Wednesday: Passport applications and renewals

23 September 2020 6:55 AM

International travel will soon be opened up for South Africans, and many will be in need of passports. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Yusuf Simons, the Western Cape Provincial Manager for the Department of Home Affairs.

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Do your part to help keep the beach clean

23 September 2020 6:36 AM

Just a Small Piece is listener Graham's Deneys one-man crusade to help keep our oceans and beaches clean. Do your part! instagram.com/justasmallpiece

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The Social Rundown

23 September 2020 6:33 AM

With Stephan Lombard Breakfast show producer.

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Controversial River Club development gets final green light

22 September 2020 8:36 AM

The (R4 billion) redevelopment of the River Club is going ahead after jumping it's final hurdle in a 7 year race. Metro writer Marvin Charles wraps this saga.  

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How many cases of Covid-19 corruption and fraud is the SIU investigating?

22 September 2020 8:31 AM

The SIU was tasked by the president to investigate allegations of corruption which has taken place during the procurement of goods and services during the national state of disaster. He has asked that they provide him with interim reports every six weeks. Refilwe Moloto speaks to SIU spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago. 

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