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Ceres Rail Co. steam train trips deliver old-world nostalgia in the Cape

Ceres Rail Co. steam train trips deliver old-world nostalgia in the Cape

Guest: Derick du Toit Director at Ceres Rail.



More episodes from Breakfast With Refilwe Moloto

#IFQSAT:

19 February 2020 9:41 AM
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Wednesday Panel: petrol price regulation undercut by loyalty schemes?

19 February 2020 9:13 AM

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.)

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The World View - Danish Social Worker Fraud

19 February 2020 7:58 AM

New wall for Donald Trump in India & it’s causing controversy.

The ghost ship it has washed up in Ireland after an 18 month mystery.

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Victory in court for Philippi Horticultural Area

19 February 2020 7:36 AM

After a decade of legal battles to protect the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) against
urban development, the PHA Food and Farming Campaign, backed by 33 civil society
organisations, finally won a significant victory in the Cape High Court yesterday. Estelle
Ellis, Journalist for Maverick Citizen at Daily Maverick has written about this and joined
Refilwe on air.

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2020 SONA debate enters day 2

19 February 2020 7:25 AM

Day 1 of the SONA debate ended very late on Monday night. There was more uproar in
Parliament, with ANC members challenging EFF leader Julius Malema to answer the
question of whether he has ever abused his wife Mantwa Matlala-Malema. Day 2 of the
SONA debate proceeds today and Refilwe spoke to EWN's Babalo Ndenze regarding the
latest.

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Tackling the youth unemployment and reducing the school dropout rate

19 February 2020 6:37 AM

Merle Mansfield, Programme Director of the Zero Dropout Campaign says that the fact
of the matter is that 44% of unemployed young people have not completed Grade 12 —
adding to their struggle of finding a decent job. She spoke to Refilwe Moloto regarding
this.

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The Emerging Economies: Focus on Latin America

18 February 2020 8:34 AM

Guest: Prof Lyal White | Head at Johannesburg Business School

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What about using pension funds to rescue Eskom?

18 February 2020 8:25 AM

Dr Neva Makgetla, Senior researcher at the Trade and Industry Policy Strategies argues
that most workers would agree that would be worth sacrificing some future income to
avoid retrenchment... and therefore meaning that the of pension funds to rescue Eskom
is a viable option. She spoke to Refilwe regarding this and the two engaged in healthy
debate.

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The World View - Billions to fight climate change

18 February 2020 7:55 AM

Coronavirus side effects not least the economic impact of the epidemic.

A French warning some posturing ahead of post Brexit trade talks.

Tributes to a footballing hero Munich air crash survivor Harry Gregg RIP.

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#IFQSAT: The dangers that denialism and euphemism, like FW de Klerk’s statements, foster.

18 February 2020 7:48 AM

Dismissiveness of the past breeds contempt for the present requirements for redress, reconciliation, and reform. Euphemistic and revisionist recollections of the extent of South Africa’s history result in unfortunate statements, and worse, presumptive policy suggestions.

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