Guest: Qingqile Mdlulwa Correspondent at Everyday Xhosa.
With the second term delayed as a result of lockdown measures, the Western Cape
Education Department has been updating their e-Portal services to allow learners to
learn from home. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Bronagh Hammond, director of
communications for the WCED.
Eldred De Klerk, the senior policing and community conflict advisor with the African Centre for Security and Intelligence Praxis evaluates the SANDF's peace mission to the Cape Flats' gangland hotspots now that they are set to be withdrawn.LISTEN TO PODCAST
World leaders popularity the impact of the global health crisis.
Hungary’s extreme lockdown the President gets extra powers.
David Morobe of Business Partners Limited, the company appointed to administer a
special R1billion fund to keep small and medium businesses afloat during the lockdown
explains how the fund can be accessed.
Dr Shaheem De Vries, the head of the EMS in the Western Cape talks to Refilwe Moloto
about a spike in attacks on ambulance crews. Since January there have been 12 attacks.
Another undersea cable that provides SA with internet connectivity has broken. Again. When will our internet be restored and why does this keep happening?LISTEN TO PODCAST
South Africa has thus far been able to conduct about 5000 Covid-19 tests per day. By the end of April the NHLS will be processing 36 000 in 24 hours. How is this possible?LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Prof Lyal White | Head at Johannesburg Business SchoolLISTEN TO PODCAST
The start of a new month usually entails rent needing to be paid and for tenants to
vacate or enter a property. But with the whole of South Africa in lockdown to end the
spread of Covid-19, how will this affect tenants and landlords? Refilwe Moloto speaks
to Marina Constas, specialist sectional title attorney at BBM attorneys.