Refilwe speaks to Raymond the Villiers Speaker and consultant who assists organisations understand trends that are influencing the future world of work.
The first industrial revolution brought mechanical innovations and with it steam power which brought the coal-powered external combustion engine; it started in the late 18th century with the mechanisation of the textile industry and the birth of the factory.
The pandemic pollution problem as catalogued by French divers.
JK rowling’s new book a fairytale that’s bound to sell gazillions.
Professor of Physics, University of Johannesburg, Hartmut Winkler believes the COVID19 pandemic will spark an array of short-term, labour-intensive recovery programs which could lead to renewed investment and growth in the renewable energy field. And this could help SA reduce its carbon emissions.LISTEN TO PODCAST
President Cyril Ramaphosa last night announced that religious gatherings in limited numbers could go ahead under lockdown three regulations. The move has been welcomed by Berry Behr, chairperson of the Cape Town Interfaith Initiative, but has been slammed by Father Russell Pollitt, Director of the Jesuit Institute SA.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Carl Bates is “Entrepreneur and co-founder of The Lockdown Collection, talks to Refilwe Moloto about how they are expanding the platform to show support for our local artists.LISTEN TO PODCAST
You might qualify to claim back on business expenses if you end up working from home for 6 months. What needs to be in place? Craig Rocher, Chartered Accountant at Tax Consulting SA explains.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Vuyo Hoboshe Owner of Vuyo’s Cafe
Vuyo's Cafe had its humble start in May 2016. The coffee specialists operate from the Red Cross Children's Hospital, but has had to change business hours in response to Covid-19, and has seen his hard work jeopardised by dwindling numbers of patrons.
The South African Post Office has finally resumed mail sorting services after addressing safety concerns under lockdown restrictions. Refilwe Moloto speaks to SAPO Acting CEO Ivumile Nongogo about how they plan on moving forward with what must be a massive backlog.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Political pressure the political elite who broke their own lockdown rules.
Electing a murderer an unusual election issue today in Suriname.