Refilwe speaks to Dr Sithembile Mbete for The Conversation goes on to point out that South Africa has some big decisions to make and a reputation to gain back.
South Africa is six months into its third elected term on the United Nations Security
Council. Its conduct in its previous two terms has been criticised for the country’s
controversial voting record. During its first term, South Africa was accused of supporting
rogue states when it voted against resolutions condemning human rights abuses in
Myanmar, Zimbabwe, and Sudan. In its second term, it was accused of voting for
Western-sponsored regime change in Libya.
Refilwe chats to Amman Muhammad, CEO of Islamic Banking at FNB, to get the ins and outs of Islamic banking.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The government and Eskom committed to bringing in additional electricity generation, but this will not solve the current issue of undersupply. Refilwe chats to Tygue Theron, Team Leader at Energy Partners Intelligence, to see what solutions can be implemented now.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Chief Economist at IQ Business, Sifiso Skenjana, speaks to Refilwe Moloto about what the IMF loan can mean for SA, and wether we should view it sceptically.LISTEN TO PODCAST
SAA Technical workers are protesting against drastic salary cuts which have plunged them into financial dire straits. Tinyiko Mashele is a Satawu member and works for SAA Technical. He speaks to Refilwe Moloto about what their members are having to endure.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The lockdown has resulted in a greater number of people taking up cycling and road running as a form of exercise or recreation, but as the number of vehicles on the road have increased, so too has the potential for tragic situations. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Steve Hayward, Chairman of the Pedal Power AssociationLISTEN TO PODCAST
… with Stephan Lombard, CapeTalk Breakfast show producerLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Prof Lyal White Head at Johannesburg Business School.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Investigation continues into meat cleaver attack in Paris.
Hundreds of students stranded in accommodation blocks due to Covid 19 outbreaks.
After three years under wraps, Big Ben begins to reveal itself again.