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HOW CAN WE IMPROVE CROSS-CLASS SOLIDARITY?

HOW CAN WE IMPROVE CROSS-CLASS SOLIDARITY?

Trade unionist Zwelinzima Vavi joined Eusebius to discuss the prospects of cross-class solidarity and the need for strategic co-operation in our society. 

 



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Literature Corner- What South African writers feel during this time of crisis?

2 April 2020 11:43 AM

Eusebius hosts writers Siphiwo Mahala, Marianne Thamm and Mandla Langa to hear how they feel, they write and they emote during this unprecedented time. 

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International efforts to assist survivors of domestic abuse during the COVID19 pandemic

2 April 2020 11:13 AM

Eusebius in conversation with the BBC's Megha Mohan on the interventions in place by various governments to assist the most vulnerable during the COVID 19 pandemic. 

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Amended transport regulations

2 April 2020 9:41 AM

Eusebius and Minister Mbalula discuss lockdown gazetted regulations and the overnight changes. Taxis are now able to carry 70% capacity instead of the 100% previously gazetted. 

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Is the ban on tobacco and alcohol sales legally justified?

1 April 2020 12:04 PM

Tembeka Ngcukaitobi and Eusebius opine on the lockdown ban on sales of alcohol and tobacco and ask if it is justified in law.  

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World of Work- Altering work processes due to COVID19

1 April 2020 11:45 AM

We explore the digitization of the workplace, changes in productivity levels and the redefining of boundaries now that many people are working remotely due to COVID19.

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The COVID19 lockdown and its impact on food security

1 April 2020 11:18 AM

We host a panel of experts, academics and activists, who explore how the current COVID19 emergency and lockdown affects those who produce our food, vulnerable farm workers, informal traders, hawkers and spaza shop owners. We also explore the possibility of social unrest that may result should food production be halted due to COVID19. 

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What is happening in the eThekwini municipality?

1 April 2020 10:11 AM

We attempt to clarify the ongoing issues between shackdwellers and the municipality of eThekwini where we have seen violent clashes over the past few days. Representatives from Abahlali BaseMjondolo, eThekwini municipality and the Department of Justice weigh in. 

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