With Angelo Agrizzi Former Bosasa COO.
Agrizzi, who decided to spill the beans after a near death experience, lived the high-life for decades as paymaster in chief, or supposed chief. His testimony had the nation riveted. Yesterday, former Bosasa COO, visited the Barney Mokgatle Foundation in Alexandra to hand over a R200 000 donation, as part of an out-of-court settlement with the South
African Human Rights Commission after he was caught on video using the k-word.
Crystal discusses the potential impact of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement which is now in effect.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Goal celebrations 2 English MPs complain footballers are going too far.
A discarded fortune the Welshman who threw away millions.
A bird on death row after an American racing pigeon flew to Australia.
Kamogelo Modise is a web developer and small business owner who would like to pay it forward by offering support to five small businesses owned by youth which do not have websites, or which need websites to grow. He speaks to Bongani.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Africa only accounts for 2.5 percent of the world’s Covid-19 cases. As the continent secures vaccines, how have African countries responded to the Covid-19 pandemic? Bongani speaks to Dr Ngoy Nsenga, Programme Manager for Emergency Response at WHO Africa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The Competition Commission has issued a school uniform circular advising schools to adhere to guidelines and avoid anti-competitive behavior. Bongani speaks to Khanyisa Qobo, Divisional Manager for Advocacy at the Competition Commission.LISTEN TO PODCAST
In December, the United Kingdom began its Covid-19 vaccination rollout. But the vaccination process has faced several challenges and questions from the public. Bongani speaks to Deenan Pillay, Professor of Virology at UCL in London.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A huge mafia trial hundreds are accused of cosa nostra crimes.
Mealworm meals the EU clears the insects for human consumption.
Several property owners and tenants have called into the show, asking what can be done about tenants who cannot afford to pay rent. Bongani speaks to sectional law expert Marina Constas.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has until March to complete its work. With several delays to witness appearances, can the inquiry complete its work? Bongani speaks to Rudi Heyneke, Portfolio Manager for State Capture at Outa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Donald Trump has become the first United States President to be impeached twice. What does this mean for the United States? Bongani speaks to Dr Dinesh Sharma, Director at STEAM Works.LISTEN TO PODCAST