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My Citi chaos

My Citi chaos

Guest : Brett Herron

The suspension of the MyCiTi service on the N2 enters its 10th week with no end in site
for stranded cash strapped commuters. The suspension is the result of a contractual
dispute between the City of Cape Town and the N2 Express Joint Venture operating
company .
My Citi users are having to spend almost double the usual amount to get to work now
that they have to use alternative modes of transport
Brett Heron former MAYCO member for Transport joins us on the line for this topic.

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Kogel's Baai beach glows bright blue - what is bioluminescence?

17 February 2020 9:47 PM

Guest : Krish Lewis

Residents in the Gordon’s Bay Area were treated to an unforgettable show as the beach
came alive with bright blue lights on Sunday, February 16, according to an article
published on Cape Town etc today.
Kogel Baai beach was filled with a subtle blue hue as the waves crashed in gorgeous
luminescent flashes and residents said the display was a treat to see.

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Debt consolidation - when to go ahead or not?

17 February 2020 9:22 PM

Guest : Sylvia Walker

Did you get a bonus last year? Did 2019 see you get a salary increase?
If you did, you are among the lucky few who may have a financially stable 2020.

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SONA Cannabis regulations can lead to economic transformation

17 February 2020 8:59 PM

Guest : Warren Schewitz | Founder at Goodleaf

SONA Cannabis regulations can lead to economic transformation
During the State of the Nation Address on Thursday last week President Cyril
Ramaphosa gave a green thumbs up for #cannabis farming, and writing up regulatory
framework for medicinal marijuana products.
He also announced plans to regulate the commercial use of hemp products, stating this
would provide opportunities for small-scale farmers. It was high time that South Africa’s
lawmakers passed new laws to do so.

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Armed Forces day - a celebration of SA's military might

17 February 2020 8:32 PM

Guest : Colonel Ronald Maseko | Corporate Communications at Sandf (South African
National Defence Force) |

The activities leading up to Armed Forces Day on 21 February started with a bang on
Friday past (14 Feb) when the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) hosted an
action-packed mini-war as part of its opening ceremony at the Polokwane Cricket Club
over the weekend.
Armed Forces Day has evolved into a week-long event with the national defence force
using it to honour men and women in uniform, bring the SA National Defence Force
(SANDF) to the people and allow SANDF Commander-in-Chief President Cyril
Ramaphosa to take the salute from a mass parade of all four service arms and the
Reserve Force.

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Beautiful News Winner

12 February 2020 10:02 PM

Guest : Zolile Tyson Makhayakude

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What you need to know about The Mother City Comedy Festival

12 February 2020 9:54 PM

Guest : CJ Benson

The ‘mother of all comedy festivals’ will return for its second year in February 2020 at
the Baxter Studio Theatre in Cape Town.
Yes, The Mother City Comedy Festival is back and will celebrate stand-up comedy and
showcase a wide spectrum of different comedy styles with more than 30 comedians
performing in over 40 shows during the three weeks – 11 to 29 February 2020.
Comedy-lovers will be spoilt for choice during this festival of funnies!

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LISA JOSHUA SONN : Grass isn’t always greener

12 February 2020 9:32 PM

Guest : Lisa Joshua Sonn

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What You Need to Know About Antibiotic Resistance

12 February 2020 9:05 PM

Guest : Prof Marc Mendelson | Head Of Infectious Diseases at University of Cape Town |

Imagine you develop an infection -- anything from a typical urinary tract infection to
tuberculosis. Now imagine there's nothing doctors can do.
The discovery of antibiotics changed medicine in the 20th century. Today, they're
widely used to treat infections caused by bacteria. More than 150 million prescriptions
are written for antibiotics in the U.S. each year. But bacteria are starting to adapt to the
drugs and are becoming harder to kill. That's called antibiotic resistance.

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