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Guest : Rob Thomas | Rescue Organiser at The Mountain Club Of South Africa |
Last week the drowning of Parktown boys pupil, Enoch Mpianzi , sent shock waves
through South Africa, leaving many with questions as to the safety precautions that
need to be taken by schools on school trips. Another question that has come out is, how
safe are South Africa’s camp sites? And how they regulated. We came across a very
interesting piece written on Facebook by Rob Thomas owner of the School for Mountain
Guest : Andrew Thompson | Business Insider |
If you wrinkle nose in disdain for box wine, then you are probably not going to be a fan
of canned wine. It turns out that South Africans are drinking cans of wine in increasingly
large quantities. As canning technology becomes more widespread even respected
winemakers are seeing the benefits of using aluminium in over glass. Who knows
maybe one day a can might worth 10 Grand.
Guest : Chester Malgas
China extended the Lunar New Year holiday to help contain an outbreak of the
mysterious virus with cases confirmed around the world. Of the nearly 3,000 people
who have so far contracted the disease, the vast majority live in China.
An outbreak of a new coronavirus that began in the Chinese city of Wuhan has already
killed 80 people in China. Infections have been confirmed in many other countries. But
of the nearly 3,000 people who have so far contracted the virus, the vast majority live in
Guest : John Stupart
The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) is looking for a thousand new
recruits to join its ranks in the navy, army or airforce.
SANDF spokesperson said the recruits will engage in a two-year training programme,
starting at the beginning of 2021, after which they will either be fully employed by the
SANDF, or become a reservist.
He said all recruits will receive payment while being trained as well as free
accommodation, food and travel to military bases.
There will be a five to six-month basic training programme, before the recruits go into
specialised fields in the military.
All applicants should be at least 18 years old, have completed matric, passed English as
a subject, have no criminal record and have South African citizenship.
They should also be “preferably single”, not area bound, and be physically fit, the SANDF said on its application website.
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