Kieno speaks to Chantell Illbury Scenario Planner at Mind of a Fox.
Kieno speaks to Dr Tait Post-doc researcher in Food Science at Stellenbosch UniversityLISTEN TO PODCAST
Kieno speaks to Lee Bromfield CEO at Fnb LifeLISTEN TO PODCAST
Kieno speaks to Professor Christopher Isike of UP’s Department of Political Sciences examines how China is giving the rest of the world a lesson in crisis management.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Kieno speaks to JP Smith, Mayco Member for Safety and SecurityLISTEN TO PODCAST
A look at stories which have been trending with Barbara FriedmanLISTEN TO PODCAST
Kieno speaks to Jan Vermeulen | Editor at Large at MyBroadband.co.zaLISTEN TO PODCAST
Kieno speaks to Nazeem Abduragmaan from SANTACO Western Cape.LISTEN TO PODCAST
We highlight small businesses that are adapting to the Lock Down during the COvid 19
pandemic, today we speak to Cheyne's restaarant , they are hosting live cooking shows
Globally there are: 935 817 active confirmed covid 19 cases, 193 700 of those have
recovered and 47 208 have died On Wednesday, South Africa has 1,380 confirmed cases, an increase of 27 since Tuesday 31 have recovered, and deaths remain at 5 .
A 45-year old teacher is one of the 5 people who have, died in Durban after contracting
Covid-19 On Wednesday Transport Fikele Mbalula taxis regulations were shifted with taxi operating hours extended.
Taxis are now allowed to carry 70 percent of their usual passenger load if taxis, drivers
and passengers are sanitised. Mbalula promises masks to taxi drivers for all passengers. 47,000 tests have been conducts, Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has launched 67 mobile units According to the minister, the mobile units will increase government's testing capacity, which is currently at 5000 tests in 24 hours in 10 laboratories countrywide, to 80 000 tests in 24 hours. South African government attempting to repatriate - A LATAM airline flight left SA on Wednesday morning carrying 321 passengers heading for Sao Paulo, Brazil.
A 6-week old baby has died of Covid-19 in Connecticut in the USA as America's death
rises above 5000. Wimbeldon has been cancelled for the first time since World War 2.
Dogs are being trained to sniff out coronavirus