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Destruction of books sets an ominous, dangerous and unacceptable precedent

Destruction of books sets an ominous, dangerous and unacceptable precedent

12 April 2019 5:12 AM

Guest: Gareth van Onselen, Head of Politics and Governance at the Institute of Race Relations
Host: Ismail Lagardien, Early Breakfast
Topic: Destruction of books sets an ominous, dangerous and unacceptable precedent


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Zimbabwe student solves accommodation crisis on campus

1 June 2020 6:03 AM

Topics:From the Continent: Zimbabwe student solves accommodation crisis on campus

Guest: Sokhu Sibiya, Editor - Africa.com

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NAPTOSA: Save education, not the academic year

1 June 2020 5:42 AM

In a last-minute statement issued by the Basic Education Department on Sunday, the pupils should return to school on 8 June only. Minister Angie Motshekga held a meeting with various bodies on Saturday night to listen to their concerns about why schools should not reopen on Monday.

Guest: Basil Manuel, Executive Director of NAPTOSA

Topic: NAPTOSA: Save education, not the academic year

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Bitcoins feeding hungry children

1 June 2020 5:11 AM

The #BuiltWithBitcoin fund, established by the bitcoin community, ensures that bitcoin currency donations are then used to feed the children who cannot attend school and aftercare centres during this time. Most of the learners come from poverty stricken and working class areas and rely on the two meals a day to keep their children fed. While necessary, the lockdown has had many unintended consequences. Help has however come from an unexpected place.

Guest: Helene Brand, Marketing Manager at GROW Educare Centres Clinic Khayelitsha

Topic:  Bitcoins feeding hungry children

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From the Continent with Africa.com

29 May 2020 6:08 AM

We chat to Sokhu Sibiya about what’s happening on our continent.

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Money Matters with Sylvia Walker: KrugerRands

29 May 2020 6:05 AM

Krugerrands – it’s said that they double in value roughly every 5 years which sounds like a fantastic investment. In these turbulent times when financial markets are up and down, are Krugerrands a good investment? Talking Krugerrands today.

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The Travel Bug

29 May 2020 5:31 AM

Guests: Tess Faber, a principal travel consultant and director and founder of Travel Bug and  co-founder of ParkUpp, Michael Savvides, joins us on the line

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Fitness Friday with Liezel V

29 May 2020 5:26 AM

Abongile and Liezel chat about those using some of their time during this period, to remarkably make a difference in their community, through fitness.

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From the Continent with Africa.com

28 May 2020 6:25 AM

We chat to Sokhu Sibiya about what’s happening on our continent.

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WhiteHouse linen makes Snugfit mask

28 May 2020 6:01 AM

The team at the well-known WhiteHouse linen and homeware store have found a way
to do their part by producing masks for the public but at the same time ensuring that
their employees in their factories do not go without work during the lockdown.

To tell us more we are now joined by one of the directors at WhiteHouse, Jared Khan.

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Is our government good at crisis management?

28 May 2020 5:38 AM

Confusing statements then came about following the president’s announcement that
the entire country will go down to level 3. Health Minister Zweli Mkhize then aid that
hotspots - of which Cape Town is one - will remain at level 4. This sparked more chatter
and confusion.

Is this a matter of a break in communication skills? Are we as the public too sensitive?
Or is there something bigger at play?
Joining Abs for this discussion is political analyst, Asanda Ngoasheng.

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