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Tsogo Sun Hotels ready for international visitors

Tsogo Sun Hotels ready for international visitors

22 September 2020 6:07 AM

With international travel returning to South Africa from 1 October, Tsogo Sun Hotels Cape Regional Operations Director, John van Rooyen speaks to Africa on measures they have taken to ensure that guests have safe stay during their holidays.

Guest: John Van Rooyen, Cape Region Operations Director at Tsogo Sun Hotels 

Topic: Tsogo Sun Hotels ready for international visitors


More episodes from Early Breakfast with Africa Melane

Soweto Derby

30 October 2020 6:06 AM

Soweto Derby, the most fiercely contested matches in African football are starting this weekend. Ahead of the game Africa catches up with Marks Maponyane, the Soweto born and best loved former football player who has played for both Kaizer Chief and Orlando Pirates, who is his pick for the win?
Guests: Marks Maponyane
Host: Africa Melane, Early Breakfast
Topic: Soweto Derby

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Top-up grants for caregivers must continue, Black Sash approaches High Court

30 October 2020 5:20 AM

CALS is approaching the Pretoria High Court on behalf of the Black Sash Trust to challenge the decision to end top-up COVID-19 grants. Ariella Scher, Attorney at the Centre for Applied Studies joins Africa Melane on Early Breakfast to discuss Black Sash's court application.
Guest: Ariella Scher, Attorney at Centre For Applied Legal Studies
Host: Africa Melane, Early Breakfast
Topic: Top-up grants for caregivers must continue, Black Sash approaches High Court 

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Fitness Friday’s with Liezel V –  The truths about hotpod yoga

30 October 2020 5:09 AM

Things heat up in fitness trends, with a hot new take on a favored workout around the world. Our resident Fitness Enthusiast Liezel van der Westhuizen lays out the truths about a fitness class in a 37 degree-heated oversized bouncy castle-  Hotpod yoga, in this week's Fitness segment!
Guest: Liezel van der Westhuizen, KFM early mornings Host, TV, MC & Motivational Speaker
Host: Africa Melane, Early Breakfast
Topic: Fitness Friday’s with Liezel V –  The truths about hotpod yoga

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PRASA Smart Plan includes the use of drones to combat theft and vandalism

29 October 2020 6:04 AM

Prasa has been given R900-million to deal with theft and vandalism that have limited its capacity to deliver a fully effective service. Select committee on transport, public service and administration, public works and infrastructure received a briefing on its plans to deal with the damage. Committee chair, Kenneth Moeimang joins Africa to discuss this smart plan which includes the use of drones.

Guest:  Kenneth Moeimang, Select committee on transport, public service and administration, public works and infrastructure chairperson 

Host: Africa Melane

Topic: PRASA Smart Plan includes the use of drones to combat theft and vandalism

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MTBPS: Wage-freeze for public servants

29 October 2020 5:26 AM

In the MTBPS, Finance Min, Mboweni, laid out plans to freeze public sector wages for the next three years to help cut its salary bill. Mining and labour analyst discusses the potential likely outfall between the African National Congress (ANC)-led government and its labour union alliance partners.
Guest: Mamokgethi Molopyane, Mining & Labour Analyst
Host: Africa Melane
Topics: MTBPS: Wage-freeze for public servants

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Health: Join the Movement for World Stroke Awareness week

29 October 2020 5:04 AM

A common cause of death in South Africa, one in four of us could have a stroke but being active helps to reduce our risk. Dana Govender, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of South Africa's Health Promotions Manager chats to Africa about why they are encouraging more South Africans to use being active this year as a form of prevention.


Guest: Dana Govender, Health Promotions Manager at The Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa
Host: Africa Melane
Topic: Health: Join the Movement for World Stroke Awareness week

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Tracker warns thieves are using new vehicle tracker scam to steal cars

28 October 2020 6:03 AM

Ron Knott-Craig, Executive: Operation Services at Tracker speaks to Africa about a new scam - customers are being contacted by thieves who pose as technicians working for the company.

Guest: Ron Knott-Craig, Executive: Operation Services at Tracker

Host: Africa Melane, Early Breakfast

Topic: Tracker warns thieves are using new vehicle tracker scam to steal cars

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Will Bongani Bongo step aside?

28 October 2020 5:32 AM

ANC MP Bongani Bongo has confirmed he will appear in court in Mpumalanga next week. Following an ANC NEC decision in August that all party members who are facing charges of corruptions will step aside, Africa speaks to Ongama Mtimka about what the implications are with the warrant for the MP's arrest

 

Guest: Ongama Mtimka, Political Analyst 

Host: Africa Melane, Early Breakfast

Topic: Will Bongani Bongo step aside?

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Finance: Getting your matters in order in National Wills Week

28 October 2020 5:10 AM

Good estate planning is a critical aspect to your financial planning. Each year, National Wills Week encourages South Africans to put their matters in order. Eunice Masipa is the director of Masipa Attorneys and is a member of the Law Society of South Africa’s House of Constituents.

Guest: Eunice Masipa, Director at Masipa Attorneys 

Host: Africa Melane, Early Breakfast

Topic: Finance: Getting your matters in order in National Wills Week

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Why and how to change local communities mistrust in big industries

27 October 2020 6:13 AM

Exposed to industrial risks such as environmental pollution, contamination and health impacts; the lack of genuine engagement and communication between industries, government and local communities breeds distrust. Llewellyn Leonard, Professor of Environmental Science at the University of South Africa discusses what needs to be done to change that.

Guest: Llewellyn Leonard, Professor Environmental Science at UNISA

Host: Africa Melane

Topic: Why and how to change local communities mistrust in big industries

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