I this week's Chef's Corner, Refilwe Moloto speaks to Nicole Loubser who is head chef of
fine-dining restaurant Gate at Quoin Rock.
Refilwe Moloto speaks to this week's Trailblazer, model, businesswoman and
restaurateur, Mala Bryan.
The UN’s Syria warning concern about the possible massacre of civilians.
The date night arrest 2 married US cops thwarted an armed robbery.
Dog of war a hero dog honoured 73 years after her death.
Sandra Viljoen, aunt of murdered eight-year-old Ravensmead girl, Tazne Van Wyk talks
about her niece's short life and horrific death, allegedly at the hands of a man they
called their neighbour.
Premier Alan Winde talks to Refilwe Moloto about the main points relating to energy
production and safety, that he raised in his State of the Province Address Thursday in
Outa (Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse) has taken on the case of Milnerton Lagoon
after community members have been complaining about the pollution caused by
sewage entering the waters further upstream. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Andrea Korff,
Legal Project Manager for Outa, who gave feedback to the community.
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.
There are procedures in place for public spending, investments, corporate oversight and procurement for a reason. That South Africa is facing an economic ‘emergency’ is not good enough reason to flout these governance frameworks for expediency.LISTEN TO PODCAST