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Bra Hotstix re-records Burnout with a Covid-19 twist

9 April 2020 9:01 AM

Bongani speaks to Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse Music legend

Veteran musician Sipho Hotstix Mabuse is back in his recording studio and has re-worked his legendary hit song “Burnout”. This time, Burnout has a Covid-19 twist to it, and is now available on all digital platforms.

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What's Viral - Mum creates virtual McDonald’s drive-thru for birthday treat

9 April 2020 8:00 AM

What's gone viral with Jonathan Khabazela Fairbairn

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The opportunities that lie ahead for the a post-lockdown South Africa

9 April 2020 7:33 AM

Bongani speaks to Alan Knott-Craig Tech entrepreneur

Hope can be found even in the darkest of times. Tech entrepreneur Alan Knott-Craig has written a piece in his website about how South Africa might just be the best place to be in during this global pandemic. He argues that because of the country's mandatory BCG vaccination policy, we may just be less affected than many countries in the world. But Alan also makes a case for the opportunities that are being presented for a post-lockdown South Africa.

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BAT on lifting the ban of cigarettes sales

8 April 2020 9:21 AM

Bongani speaks to Johnny Moloto South Africa Head of External Affairs at British American Tobacco.

Should the ban on cigarette sales be lifted, is the debate that has been raging over a few days. A petition calling on President Cyril Ramaphosa to reverse a ban on the
sale of cigarettes has garnered over 4 800 signatures in less than 24 hours since it was started. British American Tobacco South Africa says the ban will have a number of unintended consequences, while Tax Justice South Africa believes that the ban encourages movement, encouraging looting, impoverishing people who are paying sky-high prices and impoverishing the country when it needs the money most.

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What's Viral -You are not hungry, you are bored shut the fridge door #Lockdown

8 April 2020 8:14 AM

What's gone viral with Jonathan Khabazela Fairbairn

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St Augustine's Hospital closed as 48 staffers test positive for COVID-19

8 April 2020 7:34 AM

Bongani speaks to Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu : KwaZulu Natal MEC for Health

The Netcare hospital, situated in Berea in Durban, has been identified as a hotspot for coronavirus infections in the province. According to the Health Minister, Dr. Zweli Mkhize, 66 people have tested positive over the past few days, bout 48 of them are staff.

The Provincial department is engaging the hospital, with a view to closing parts of the hospital down. On Saturday, the provincial department made a call to discharged patients from the hospital to contact the KZN department of health.

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#TheatreWillRiseAgain: Keeping theatre alive during lockdown

7 April 2020 8:59 AM

Bongani speaks to James Ngcobo Artistic Director at the Market Theatre

The Covid-19 outbreak and lockdown have had a huge impact on our community. The theatre industry has also been affected. But if you are a theatre lover, you can look forward to performances on social media. The Market Theatre Foundation has started an initiative on social media, called #TheatreWillRiseAgain. This social media campaign will see artists recreate some of their artistic work from home, including monologues and solo performances.

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Sello Maake ka Ncube pay tribute to Vinolia 'V-Mash' Mashego

7 April 2020 8:33 AM

Bongani speaks to Sello Maake ka Ncube Acting legend

In the 1990s, Jam Alley had families across the country glued to their TV screens at 6.30 pm on Fridays during the era of its first presenters. Nimrod Nkosi, then known as The Sheriff, presented the show with Vinolia "V-Mash" Mashego, alongside Leon Mazibuko and Samantha Adams.

News broke yesterday that Vinolia Mashego, known as V-Mash, passed away in her home last Friday at the age of 56. Her energetic presenting style and catchphrases such as "Iyoh, bangani, iyoh", inspired many in the country. She was also a musician and acted
on some of the country's most popular programmes in that era.

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What's gone viral - Family playing pool on makeshift table during lockdown

7 April 2020 7:59 AM

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SA’s first SARS-COV-2 genome sequencing to find out how Covid-19 spreads

7 April 2020 7:36 AM

Bongani speaks to Peter Van Heusden : Researcher in the South African Bioinformatics Institute at the University of the Western Cape.

A team of scientists at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) and the South African Bioinformatics Institute have announced the successful genome sequencing of the first local sample of SARS-Cov-2, the virus which causes Covid-19.

This breakthrough, which finds the genetic footprint of the virus which causes Covid-19, will help scientists to understand how Covid-19 moves from one person to another, and how the spread of the disease can be contained.

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