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Caller Sam described murdered Brooklyn Uber driver as a wonderful man

Caller Sam described murdered Brooklyn Uber driver as a wonderful man

A Brooklyn Uber driver has been killed and CapeTalk listener Sam says he lived nearby and was a lovely man with two children.



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27 May 2020 10:16 AM
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Latest from the world of advertising

26 May 2020 12:02 PM

Lester joined by Jonathan Cherry Director at Cherryflava Media

With so many people working from home these days, its tough for employers to keep
staff motivated and morale high, but some companies have seen this as a lucrative new
industry - let's chat about this tomorrow.

We often think that local manufacturing is out of touch and fighting for survival, but I
have a good news story of innovation involving a local workwear manufacturer that I'd
love to share with you.

Pick of the week: Nike | Never too far down

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Taste Test - Cheyne's Restaurant Group

26 May 2020 11:47 AM

Cheyne Morrisby , owner of Cheynes restaurant group, is our first guest since the start of
lock down and social distancing which was a regular feature, he's also been on as a participant in the Dine Plan Save your fave initiative.

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UCT GSB- Copy of Food Flow - Innovative new food redistribution programme

26 May 2020 11:38 AM

Food distribution under lockdown has been challenging to say the least, with many farmers having found they have no outlet for their produce. Ashley Newell is an alumni
of the UCT GSB MPhil in Inclusive Innovation, and is also the co-founder of Food flow, an
innovative new food redistribution programme.

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Naptosa seeks assurances on COVID-19 measures as teachers return to school

26 May 2020 11:33 AM

The National Professional Teachers' Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa), said the
union was not opposed to pupils returning but was concerned over whether provinces
were ready. The unions assessment is that the provinces have embellished their readiness. But as a result, they welcome the minister's assurance that an independent body will go out to verify the veracity of these claims of readiness.

Lester joined by Basil Manuel Executive Director for teacher union NAPTOSA

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Lockdown conundrum - can one report fraudsters who are ripping off smokers?

26 May 2020 11:19 AM

Can you now go and lay a charge of fraud against those who have scammed you? After
all, you've broken the law by going out to buy them. On the other hand, they haven't broken the law in terms of what they sold you as the water and cigarette cartons didn't contain cigarettes - but they have committed fraud...so what can you do? Are they going to laugh all the way to the bank?

Lester joined by William Booth Attorney and Director at William Booth Criminal Attorneys.

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R20 Delivery fee for takeaways-People are cheap Finish and Klaar!

26 May 2020 10:54 AM

Is a paying R20 asking too much to get your food delivered to your car during lock down
when buying takeaways. Covid tax or not?

Lester speaks to the owner of well known takeaways Cozy Corner Yousri who has
implemented the fee for his staff.

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