Refilwe speaks to Graeme Bird Poison Lager
Durban Poison Cannabis Lager - South Africa’s first dagga-infused beer - launched in the country in September. The 4% alcohol beer doesn't contain tetrahydrocannabinol
(THC), the psychoactive component of dagga, but uses hemp oils to give the beer its distinctive taste.
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Doug Kemp, programme director of Cape Town-based rehab
centre Recovery Direct, about the impact the prohibition of alcohol sales will have on
some alcohol dependants.
Alderman Grant Twigg, the city's head of Urban Management, talks to Refilwe Moloto
about how they will allow and monitor informal food traders to operate under the lockdown.
Coronavirus lessons including an experiment on an entire Italian village.
Immune from quarantine New Zealand’s Easter message for children.
Many have remarked that they have saved money by not going to restaurants or having to groom as regularly. There are smart ways to assist those business owners to stay in business, and lock in more favourable prices ahead of the invariable inclusion of a weaker exchange rate in pricing calculations in the months to come.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Field workers have started entering designated communities with the purpose of
screening residents to ascertain whether individuals should be tested for Covid-19.
Refilwe Moloto speaks to EWN reporter Kevin Brandt to discuss how it went in
Paarl and Mbekwini.
Prof Jeffrey Mphahlele, Vice President for Research at the South African Medical
Research Council whose interests included epidemiology of HIV, genomics of infectious
diseases and vaccination control of infectious diseases, talks to Refilwe Moloto about
the links between TB and the coronavirus as well as misinformation surrounding the
Despite widespread coverage of the spread of the Covid-19 novel coronavirus, there are
still many who do not understand the nature of the virus and how behaviour needs to
change in order to halt its spread. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Kobus Louw, MD of Digemy,
a South African-based EdTech startup which has launched a gamified, data-light elearning
platform to educate the continent on COVID-19 and the ways that behaviour
change can help slow the spread of the global pandemic.
Is South Africa set for a prickly pear boom? The conditions are right, but is the market? Refilwe speaks to pear growing Daan Boraine.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Phillip Krawitz, the chairman of Cape Union Mart, who will be opening their Ottery K-Way factory in order to make face masks. They have already confirmed an order for 30 000 masks.LISTEN TO PODCAST