Guests : Sizwe Mbebe
South Africa coach Stuart Baxter will keep Nigeria guessing over the approach he will
adopt in their Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) quarterfinal on Wednesday after diverting
from his usual style in the 1-0 win over hosts Egypt.
Under Baxter, South Africa normally play with a counter-attacking style but surprised
Egypt on Saturday by diverting from that slightly and deploying an aggressive high
However, the Englishman would not reveal whether he would try that approach against
the Super Eagles.
South Africa, who hosted Afcon in 2013, beat Nigeria away in their opening match of the
Afcon qualifiers in June 2017 — one of Rohr’s first games in charge of Nigeria — and
were held 1-1 in the return.
The Bafana Bafana have been in the doldrums in recent years and, before this year’s
tournament, had not won an Afcon finals match outside South Africa since 2004 when
they beat Tunisia. They have also missed the last two World Cups.
Guests : Joy Cronje
Guests : Jonathon Ancer
The author of Spy : Uncovering Craig Williamson, Jonathon Ancer's new book "Betrayal : The Secret Lives of Apartheid Spies" looks at the roles of spies in the Apartheid era, from a navy super spy working for Mother Russia to the young students that were approached by security police to spy on activists at Tertiary institutions.
Guest : Maxine BezuidenhoutLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest : Billy De Beer
Motorcyclists are revved-up over a City traffic by-law amendment they say will outlaw lane sharing with cars or riding between cars (lane-splitting).
Bikers have accused the City of trying to ban them from riding between motor vehicles and making motorcycles behave like cars.
Guests : Susanna Kennedy
Catherine van Heerden
Joining Susanna is :
A successful business and life coach, entrepreneur, and author, Catherine van Heerden
has used her expertise and experience to benefit various organisations and individuals
across the globe.
Through Catherine’s coaching, support, and life success products, you will have the tools
to finally take hold of your vision/dreams and transform them into reality.
Guest : Chantelle Goliath
Meet Chantelle Goliath is a businesswoman and entrepreneur who was born and raised
in Klipfontein and today she currently owns an import and export company called Milli
Chantelle also heads up New Heritage Foundation in the Western Cape, which provides
remodelled, clean and healthy infrastructures and enhance the internal and external
aesthetics for learning environments like Educare Centres and Primary Schools.
Chantelle is on the show this evening to talk about the work that she does but also what
inspires her to give back in these ways to her community.
Guests : Nazeer Sonday
In an open letter to the Mayor of Cape Town, Nazeer Sonday wrote that “ 3000 Phillipa
Horticultural Area farm workers will…lose their jobs” if their organisation’s bid to stop
Oakland City developer Wentzel Oaker – from going ahead with their planned
development of the land that is the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) Sonday also makes
the point that most of the people who will be affected by this development are women
and the youth and that Another 3000 who work in support services will also lose their
jobs. All of this rests on the outcome of a court case which will commence on October
15 in the Western Cape High Court.
Guest : Keketso Tsita
Whitley Neill, award winning distiller, since 1762. Traditional English Gins hand crafted in small batches. Inspired by flavours from around the world.
Guest : Stuart Taylor
It's an opportunity to spot the likes of John Vlismas and Schalk Bezuidenhout face off with Stuart Taylor or hear Tumi Morake and Jason Goliath roar in a wildly hilarious show.
Guest : Tim Lundy
Email- Tim@cape Town hiking.co.za
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