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SA refugee situation can no longer be swept under the carpet.

SA refugee situation can no longer be swept under the carpet.

This week Foreigners being accommodated at a Cape Town church are refusing
humanitarian aid because these organisations say that their demands for relocation
outside of South Africa are unrealistic. With 60% of all refugees and
80% of all internally displaced persons are living in urban areas around the
world - this issue is not uniquely South African yet it can no longer be swept
under the carpet at this point. Take a listen as we speak to Dr. Sikanyiso Masuku
about the solutions which the South African government could be seeking to this
looming crisis.



More episodes from Weekend Breakfast With Africa Melane

The Movies

10 November 2019 10:44 AM

Gayle Edmunds - Movie critic at CapeTalk

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UK Report

10 November 2019 10:40 AM

Gavin Grey
UK Correspondent at EWN

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What's On:

10 November 2019 10:32 AM

Tom Cuthell
Portfolio Director for Informa Tech

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What's On:

10 November 2019 10:24 AM

Desiré Goliath
Spokesperson for the Community Chest of the Western Cape

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City of Cape Town issues warning over illegal pesticides

10 November 2019 9:04 AM

Councillor Zahid Badroodien, is the Mayoral Committee Member for Community
Services and Health, City of Cape Town, speaks to Africa Melane about the
illegal pesticides being sold in some communities in the City. Take a listen to the
kinds of products we should be on the look out for.

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A week of attacks on trucks on the N1

10 November 2019 8:44 AM

Protesters turned into looters this week on the N1 Highway in De Doorns as
several trucks were looted of everything from Smart TV's to Cheese. Here Africa
Melane, speaks to Gavin Kelly CEO of the Road Freight Association to talk about
how their organisation has responded to the attacks on workers in the area.

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SAVE Foundation to raise funds for their TED-Ed Clubs

10 November 2019 7:56 AM

SAVE Foundation’s TED-Ed Clubs are extracurricular clubs which encourage
students to stand up and have their voices heard. In order to keep these public
speaking activities going the SAVE Foundation needs your help and they are
having a fundraiser to achieve their targets. Take a listen as Africa Melane
speaks to Jeanne Michel, SAVE Foundations TED-Ed Club member.

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Car Talk: 2019 Hyundai Atos

9 November 2019 11:36 AM

Khulekani Dumisa of Khulekani on Wheels joins us for this week’s Car talk conversation as we review the new Hyundai Atos. Read more of Khulekani’s work here: https://www.khulekanionwheels.com/ 

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Theater Talk with Marina Griebenow

9 November 2019 11:24 AM

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Marina Griebenow - Theater Critic at CapeTalk

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What is the state of unpaid pensions in SA?

9 November 2019 11:19 AM

This is the 3rd and final installment of a conversation which this show has been
having about unpaid pension schemes in South Africa. Around R42 Billion rands
is sitting in pension schemes which are administered in South Africa. These
benefits have been due to former mine-workers and other informal workers who
have worked in the country in the past. Take a listen as Michael Marchant from
Open secrets talks to us about this report titled: The bottom line
Full access to the report: https://www.opensecrets.org.za/publications/

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