Protests in Greece unrest at 5 new island immigration centres.
Locust plagues China is deploying a fleet of ducks.
The World’s oldest man mild mannered Bob Weighton - an ex teacher).
Western Cape Police Commissioner Yolisa Matakata speaks to Refilwe Moloto about
how they are planning to bring peace to Ocean View where a seven-year-old girl was
recently shot dead. The community has hit back, torching homes believed to be drug
With SAA drastically trimming down its local routes as part of the attempt to save the airline, and state-owned domestic carrier Mango bringing an end to their flights operating out of Lanseria airport, we ask what impact this will have on the domestic airline market. Refilwe Moloto speaks to independent transport economist Dr Joachim Vermooten.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe speaks to Qingqile Mdlulwa Correspondent at Everyday Xhosa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
What would the benefits be of implementing compulsory third party insurance for vehicles in South Africa? The idea was mooted by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni during his 2020 budget speech. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Christelle Colman of Old Mutual Insure to look at how it could work.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Dr Sara Pienaar Former director at SA Institute for International Affairs.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Judge Dennis Davis speaks to Refilwe Moloto about his take on the Budget announcement by Tito Mboweni.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The Pinocchio president Joe Biden’s tall tale about Nelson Mandela.
Chamber of secrets a secret door & room found in Parliament in London.
For all the relief granted to SOEs and personal income tax payers, there are certain funding details that seem to have been left out of Minister Mboweni’s speech. Speaking on the sidelines of Parliament, he suggested that using citizen’s pensions to bail out Eskom was not only a good idea, but should include those of the private sector. This sounds eerily familiar… almost as if these pension assets were being… prescribed…?LISTEN TO PODCAST