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The significance of have the Seriti Commission report set aside

The significance of have the Seriti Commission report set aside

11 June 2019 7:30 AM

Ray White speaks to Paul Holden, Arms Deal Researcher

Today and tomorrow marks the culmination of several years of dogged scrutiny of the flawed processes that saw the Seriti Commission pronounce South Africa’s multi-billion Rand arms acquisition deal above board and free of corruption. Civil Society groups Right 2 Know and Corruption Watch have applied for a high court to review and to set aside the findings of the Arms Procurement Commission under the leadership of Judge Willie Seriti.


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NSFAS providing digital devices for students

14 July 2020 8:31 AM

NSFAS students may have to wait a little bit longer for laptops because the tender to procure and distribute the devices has still not been finalised. In April this year, Higher Education Minister, Dr. Blade Nzimande, announced that NSFAS funded students will be provided with digital devices to support their learning during the lockdown.

 But he said last week not all students have received the devices as the tender process may be concluded next month. The Minister also announced an inquiry to investigate NSFAS business processes, systems and capacity, which the administrator had made comments on previously

Africa speaks to Dr Randall Carolissen, NSFAS Administrator

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What’s Viral -Chicken Licken has SA stitches with latest ad

14 July 2020 8:11 AM

What’s Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbairn

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Perceptions on Covid-19 pandemic

14 July 2020 7:31 AM

Africa speaks to Prof Priscilla Reddy - Strategic Lead for health & Wellbeing at Human Sciences Research Council.

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New regulations under level 3 lockdown

14 July 2020 7:07 AM

At a briefing yesterday, Health Minister, Dr. Zweli Mkhize, warned that while the country has not reached ICU bed capacity, triage centres face a bed crisis, in particular in Gauteng. Health Minister said Gauteng went from recording around 230 daily Covid-19 infections in the beginning of June to recording between 3 000 to 4 000 daily cases by the end of the month.

Gauteng COVID-19 cases have exceeded the 100 000 mark and now sitting at 103713 cases. He revealed a number of government-led interventions to help the province and the rationale behind the new regulations under lockdown level 3.

Africa joined by Health Minister, Dr. Zweli Mkhize.

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Nedbank Business Ignite

13 July 2020 9:00 AM

Guest: Matsi Modise, Entrepreneur and Founder of Furaha Afrika Holdings.

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What’s Viral

13 July 2020 8:06 AM

What’s Viral with Jonathan “Khabazela” Fairbair.

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Reaction and analysis to President Ramaphosa’s Level 3 lockdown amendments

13 July 2020 7:28 AM

The State of National Disaster has been extended until mid-August, alcohol ban has been reinstated with immediate effect, and there will be no movement between 9PM and 4am. This was the announcement made by the President last night. The president also took the time to bemoan those who ignore the regulations and downplaying the seriousness of the virus.

South Africa can also expect 40000 to 50000 deaths by the end of the year, according to scenario planners and the President has raised concern over the lack of critical beds, despite this worrying picture, the country will remain on level 3. Are these the steps in the right direction?

Africa speaks to Professor Alex Van Den Heever, Social Security Systems Administration Chair, Wits School of Governance.

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Virtual orchestra concert to raise funds for artists

10 July 2020 10:03 AM

Guest: Owen Lonzar, Choreographer, Director, Producer.

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Municipal readiness for mass burials: What are the alternatives?

10 July 2020 8:34 AM

The Gauteng Department of Health now says it has not dug up over a million graves but that municipalities have the collective capacity of more than million graves. The City of Joburg also clarified on Joanne Joseph’s show that the burial sites and graves are not limited to COVID-19 related deaths.

 For many years now there have been concerns that municipalities are running out of burial space, and with the COVID-19 set to peak, and death numbers continuing to climb steadily. There are growing concerns about the availability of burial sites, burial health and safety protocols in the event of a COVID-19 related death, and burial alternatives to consider.

Bongani joined by Pepe Dass, Chairperson of the SA Cemeteries Association.

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