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New inner-city housing project for the City Of johannesburg

New inner-city housing project for the City Of johannesburg

17 May 2022 5:26 AM

Guest: Mlungisi Mabaso | Housing MMC at City of Johannesburg

Wasanga is joined by Mlungisi Mabaso, Housing MMC in City of Johannesburg to talk about the inner-city housing project. This comes after The City of Johannesburg knowingly destroyed the Kaserne Building in Jeppestown, making room for development that will provide low-cost housing to residents  in that area.

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Day zero in Nelson Mandela Bay

24 June 2022 5:28 AM

Africa is joined by Ronald Masinda, Reporter at Eyewitness News (EWN) to talk about the water situation in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro in Gqeberha. The municipality says that it is working relentlessly to sort out the water crisis. 

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NPO Feed The Future is on a mission to promote sustainable living through vegetable planting in rural communitities

24 June 2022 5:07 AM

Feed the Future For Life is an organization that is dedicated to planting vegetables & maintaining vegetable Gardens in local communities. Africa is joined by Geronimo De Klerk, Founder of the organization to talk about the work they do in rural communities and how you can help.

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Fitness Friday: Diarize these Fun and Functional Fitness Events

24 June 2022 5:06 AM

Every Friday, our  resident fitness enthusiast Liezel van der Westhuizen has the lead on all the fun and functional fitness events happening near you. Tune in to find out more about the upcoming fitness in your area.. Liezel has it all. Tune in to find out more about these events:

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Finance Feature: What the high inflation means for consumers

23 June 2022 1:35 PM

Hayley Parry | Money Coach and Facilitator  at 1Life 

Africa is joined by Hayley Parry, Money Coach, and Facilitator at 1Life to talk about the latest inflation rate announcement and what it means for consumers.

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Health department to update country on remaining Covid-19 rules on Thursday

23 June 2022 6:09 AM

Africa speaks to Prof Alex Welte, Centre of Excellence for Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis (SACEMA) at Stellenbosch University about the Health departments updates on the remaining Covid-19 rules and regulations.

As of yesterday, we’re no longer required to wear face masks.

Limits on gatherings and border checks for Covid-19 – and the need to be vaccinated to enter South Africa – have also been dropped

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Analysis: Final Judicial Commission on State Capture Report

23 June 2022 5:35 AM

Africa talks to Karam Singh, Executive Director at Corruption Watch to reflect on the final State Capture report and what measures/protocols government need to put in place moving forward to ensure that we never have this level of state capture again.

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Test it Out Thursday: Wool that Works for Workouts

23 June 2022 5:09 AM

Liezel van der Westhuizen puts wool through its paces for 7 whole days, and tests out just how they can work with workouts. Tune in to find out her verdict on whether wool should be your workout wardrobe priority! Liezel tests out the workout range from CORE-MERINO

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Potential easing of Covid restrictions could boost theatre and performance industry

22 June 2022 6:04 AM

Africa speaks to Cornelia Faasen, Deputy chair of Theatre and Dance Alliance on the potential easing of covid restrictions on gatherings at venues

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What role/function does Parliament play in getting president to answer questions on Phala Phala robbery?

22 June 2022 5:37 AM

They DA have stated they want VIP Protection Unit major-general Wally Rhoode to answer questions in Parliament, on the robbery that occurred at the president's Phala Phala farm. But what power does Parliament actually have in this matter? Africa speaks to Cathy Powell, associate professor in Public Law at University of Cape Town to find out.

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HEALTH: When should men go for a check up at a urologist?

22 June 2022 5:12 AM

Africa speaks to Dr Laurie Blake, urologist at the  Urology Hospital on the hesitancy men may experience on getting a check-up when it comes to  urologic and sexual health issues

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