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Florence and Wine in the Wilderness

Florence and Wine in the Wilderness

Guest : Nwabisa Plaatjie



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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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South Africa's power crisis puts mining sector at risk

12 February 2020 8:29 PM

Guest : Kadri Nassiep | Executive director of energy at City of Cape Town |

“More than 30% of South African mining projects will be terminated prematurely due to
additional power costs if suitable solutions are not found within the next 12 months.
This is according to Ted Blom, independent power and mining expert and commentator
– in an exclusive interview with African Utility Week

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Safer Internet Day

11 February 2020 9:47 PM

Guest : John McLoughlin

Under the theme "Together For A Better Internet", the world is commemorating Safer
Internet Day today.
Safer Internet Day is observed annually on 11 February in more than 150 countries
worldwide to promote a safer and better online environment.
While it’s a conversation that should be an ongoing one, with today being Safer Internet
Day 2020 it’s a good opportunity to broach the topic of staying safe online with our
loved ones and children.

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Motoring with Melinda: Suzuki Swift 2020 & 2019/20

11 February 2020 9:29 PM

Guest : Melinda Ferguson

Our regular motoring journalist Melinda Ferguson is back in the driver’s seat today and
she will give us her thoughts on the 2020 report from the State of the Motor Industry
(SOMI) conference held at Kyalami recently as well as review the Suzuki Swift.

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Ditch the dating & adopt a homeless pet on Valentine's day

11 February 2020 9:04 PM

Guest : Marcelle Du Plessis| Marketing Manager for Mdzananda  Animal Clinic

It’s the month of love and the Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha is encouraging
members of the public to show some love to homeless pets in need.
Their #BeMyValentine campaign features dogs and cats up for adoption looking for
sponsorship to make their Valentine’s day a happy one.

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US anti-abortion campaigners under fire for global ‘misinformation’ network, targeting vulnerable women - open democracy reveals

11 February 2020 8:55 PM

Guest : Kerry Cullinan | 

In South Africa, if you go to a public hospital seeking medical advice, you expect
accurate, science-based information. You expect the staff attending you to be
professionally trained and certified. You’d have similar expectations on university
campuses, in schools, women’s shelters, or other state-run facilities, right?
Think again. In a new report, the global news site openDemocracy reveals how women
and girls are being given “misinformation and manipulation” on an extraordinary scale
in “crisis pregnancy centers” (CPCs) around the world.

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Everything you need to know about expat tax which kicks in soon

11 February 2020 8:34 PM

Guest : Jonty Leon

If you are a South African working abroad and still a tax resident in South Africa, take
note that the so-called "expat tax" will come into effect in South Africa very soon.
The change to section 10(1)(o)(ii) of the Income Tax Act, the foreign income exemption,
will become effective from March 2020. South African tax residents working abroad will
then be taxed on all their foreign income exceeding R1 million.

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