Weekend Breakfast with Africa

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Africa sets the stage for lively and pacey discussion to keep listeners entertained and in the know, offering both fun and insightful perspectives.

Weekend Breakfast is essential listening for people interested in the good life.

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Weekend Breakfast with Africa Melane

Africa Melane unpacks the highlights of the week – at a weekend pace on the Weekend Breakfast Show.


 

Articles
@catcallsofcapetown: 'They tell stories they've never told anyone before'

@catcallsofcapetown: 'They tell stories they've never told anyone before'

Lead SA: Gadeeja Abbas expands on the campaign, which reaches out to anyone who has experienced gender-based violence.

'Aarto bill there to create revenue, not to promote road safety'

'Aarto bill there to create revenue, not to promote road safety'

Rudie Heyneke outlines Outa's objections to the traffic demerit system signed into law this week.

'It's not about gangs, it's about a society that is hurting'

'It's not about gangs, it's about a society that is hurting'

Criminologist and author Don Pinnock says deploying the army on the Cape Flats is too little, too late.

Trusts and capital gains tax

Trusts and capital gains tax

Certified financial planner Paul Roelofse says great care has to be taken with the structuring of a trust.

Analyst asks if president protecting funders or those who voted him into office

Analyst asks if president protecting funders or those who voted him into office

The Xubera Institute's Xolani Dube discusses campaign funding in the South African context of state capture.

SA Fire Schools Project ready to launch

SA Fire Schools Project ready to launch

Lead SA: The SA Fire Watch programme aims to empower young people with fire safety and equipment use skills.

Aggressive racist undertone to Gatvol Capetonian movement - JP Smith

Aggressive racist undertone to Gatvol Capetonian movement - JP Smith

The Mayco member for Safety and Security discusses the City's R1.5m claim for infrastructure damage during Thursday's shutdown.

It's not too late to get the flu jab - epidemiologist

It's not too late to get the flu jab - epidemiologist

If the influenza virus is still circulating in your community, get vaccinated says Dr Sibongile Walaza.

 Open Book Festival line-up features 5 international poets

Open Book Festival line-up features 5 international poets

Africa Melane chats to programme director Frankie Murray about some of the highlights on the 2019 programme.