Jeremy speaks to Dr Tracey McCormick Lecturer of Applied Linguistics at University of Johannesburg.
Gayle, the variety of language invented by the queer community of the Cape, is still
around. You may have heard my colleague Lester Kiewit have a few conversations with some of its key figures from the past and present, its unique history, proliferation and social importance. Nowadays it's often considered a relic of our segregated past - or at least diluted into our greater, collective culture.
Guests: Chumani Maxwele | Higher Education and Political Analyst and Dr Carin Runciman Associate Professor at Centre for Social Change at the University of Johannesburg.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Brexit’s do or die another series of crunch decisions in the U.K. parliament.
A call to outlaw killer robots the terminator debate is taken to the UN.
Guest: Ayanda Allie Paine Spokesperson for the National Transport Department.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: James Vos Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities & Assets
Management at City of Cape Town.
Guest: Sue Vingerhoets Host at WorkAway.infoLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Angus McKenzie Ward Councillor for Bonteheuwel at City of Cape TownLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Jonathan McCabe Africa Management Consulting Lead for Accenture Products at Accenture.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Deena Bosch Woodstock Chapter Leader at Reclaim The CityLISTEN TO PODCAST
Children in Syria growing fears for their safety.
Royal brothers Prince William expresses concern about Prince Harry.
Synthetic skin another step forward in creating smart body silicone.