Plan B: Are lawmakers keeping up with the advancing technology?

Zuma's address to NCOP

President Jacob Zuma delivered his annual address to the National Council of Provinces (NCOP).

Rebecca Davis, who was present at the sitting, says the focus of Zuma's speech was more on the 2016 local government elections.

Listen to the audio below for more details on the President's speech:

Is the law keeping up with technology?

Following the case of an alleged rape at Azania House at UCT, where a student posted a picture of her alleged rapist on social media, and Professor Tim Noakes's hearing, John and Rebecca ask whether the law was keeping up with the ever advancing technology.

International gathering on climate change - COP21

Does a layman understand what's been discussed on climate change issues with all that vague and scientific language they use? Davis says that climate change issues need to be translated into something the public can understand and engage with.

Listen to the full conversation below:


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