Guest:Prof Dilip Menon | Mellon Chair of Indian Studies and the Director of the
Centre for Indian Studies in Africa at Wits University.
Marisa Jacobs of XpatWeb, a company specialising in work permits and emigration
solutions, walks us through the changes the UK will be making to their immigration
laws, including the blocking of unskilled workers and those who do not speak english.
Boeing’s new safety crisis fresh problems with the 737 Max.
A less Royal couple some new rules for Prince Harry & Meghan.
EWN's parliamentary correspondent, Babalo Ndenze reflects on day two of
parliamentary debate on President Ramaphosa's state of the nation address, and his
expected response later today(Thursday).
Health MEC Nomafrench Mbombo talks about the Western Cape Burden of Disease
Reduction report which takes a closer look at the health and wellness in the
Cape Province. It found the Western Cape has the highest prevalence of mental illness
in the country.
In this week's edition of Trendspotting Thursdays, Ryan McFadyen takes a look at the emerging trend to share space not only to work in, but also to live and prepare our meals.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Dr Sibongile Walaza, a medical epidemiologist at the Centre for Respiratory Diseases
and Meningitis at the National Institute for Communicable Diseases, looks at the facts
and myths surrounding the Coronavirus as the disease is now being linked to a deadly
virus in a 1981 Dean Koontz's novel, The Eyes of Darkness.
Amid the most dire and confusing rhetoric in the press and in the market, the SAA cabin crew – still South Africa’s best in the sky – continue to rise above the noise and keep us safe with fortitude, proactiveness and positivity. This, in the face of the constant risk of not only joblessness, but the potential contraction of Coronavirus. I tip my hat to these incredible South Africans.
Many of the major filling stations now offer discounts via partnership deals with the big
retailer loyalty schemes, and effectively motorists are getting indirect fuel discounts,
which is otherwise not allowed by regulation. Is it not time to revisit the issue of
deregulating our petrol price as is done in many other countries? Refilwe Moloto
discusses this with Peter Morgan (CEO of the Liquid Fuel Wholesalers Association, and
former the CEO of the Fuel Retailers Association), and Avhapfani "Fani" Tshifularo,
(Executive Director of the South African Petroleum Industry Association.)