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Weekend Breakfast with Africa
LeadSA: UCT Student, Rešoketšwe Manenzhe, wins short story writing award

LeadSA: UCT Student, Rešoketšwe Manenzhe, wins short story writing award

Guests Rešoketšwe Manenzhe Author and PhD student in the Centre for Minerals Research @ UCT

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Theater Talk with Marina (4:59)

21 September 2019 10:46 AM

Marina Griebenow Theater Critic at CapeTalk

Statements after an Arrest under the Immorality Act is back in Cape Town at the
Fugard Theatre. Critic Marina Griebenow gives her thoughts and reviews the
new production of this Athol Fugard classic.

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Car Talk: The Audi Q8 (5:42)

21 September 2019 10:30 AM

Naresh Maharaj - Motoring Journalist at Bizcommunity

Naresh Maharaj was zooming around in an Audio Q8, which is their latest
offering in the Luxury SUV range of car. Take a listen as he chats to Africa
Melane about how he reviewed the car.

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How much of your will is legally binding? (9:15)

21 September 2019 10:07 AM

Nkosana Mvundlela - Executive Committee at Law Society Of South Africa

A will is a document in which a person makes sure that his/her belongings are
distributed in accordance with his/her wishes after his/her death. What happens
if your family members do not agree with the things you have outlined in your
will? How legally obligated are they to carry out these wishes?
Nkosana Mvundlela who is on the Executive committee of the Law Society of
South Africa joins Africa Melane to talk about this.

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Ramaphosa dispatches envoys to a number of African countries. (9:57)

21 September 2019 9:28 AM

Samson Omale - EWN Nigeria Correspondent

EWN Nigeria Correspondent, Samson Omale speaks to Africa Melane about how
South Africa's gestures against xenophobia have been received by Nigerians
this past week. President Cyril Ramaphosa apologized to Nigeria to the
Xenophobic attacks in South Africa in recent weeks.

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Does Alan Winde's safety plan make sense? (10:21)

21 September 2019 9:03 AM


Dr Simon Howell - Director at African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum

The Western Cape Government is going to spend R1 billion a year on fighting
crime and preventing violence according to an comprehensive safety plan
announced by Alan Winde this past week. Africa Melane talks to Simon Howell
from African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum to find out if the plan the
government has in place, will work out.

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Rugby world cup: South Africa take on New Zealand (8:43)

21 September 2019 8:31 AM

Dylan Rogers - Freelance Sport Journalist

Archrivals in rugby face off in the 2nd day of the Rugby World Cup today. Both
the Springboks and the All Blacks will leave everything on the field when the
face off at 12pm today. Dylan Rogers joins Africa to talk about how he sees
today's game playing out.

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What is the reason behind protesting on N2 near Cape Town Int. Airport (12:58)

21 September 2019 7:57 AM

Khaya Yozi - ANC councilor for Ward 39

Protesting on Cape Town's N2 Highway near the approach road to Cape Town
international Airport has wreaked havoc on commuters in the area this week -
but what is the reason behind these protests? What are the community
members unhappy about? Africa Melane speaks to ward 39 councilor Khaya Yozi
to try get some answers.

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World marrow donor day raises importance of stem cell donations registry. (6:15)

21 September 2019 7:32 AM

Alana James - CEO at The Sunflower Fund

World marrow donor day is today and the Sunflower fund CEO, Alana James is in
conversation with Africa Melane about the work they are doing to raise
awareness for the need for Stem Cell donations. Take a listen to why you should
consider being a donor today.

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The Movies review: Dora and the Lost City of Gold (5:48)

15 September 2019 9:51 AM

Guests Gayle Edmunds Managing Editor and Film Critic at City Press

Gayle Edmunds Managing Editor and Film Critic at City Press, speaks to Africa Melane about Dora and the Lost City of Gold.

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UK Report (8:52)

15 September 2019 9:41 AM

Guests Gavin Grey UK Correspondent at EWN

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