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DPE on future of SAA

DPE on future of SAA

30 June 2020 7:24 AM

Nonny Mashika Deputy Director General for Aviation at the Department of Public Enterprises speaks to Refilwe Moloto about the vision for the future of SAA, now that the department has withdrawn from a Leadership Consultative Forum tasked with getting the airline through its current turbulent times.

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Wednesday Panel: Fallout over pay increase for Wesgro CEO

8 July 2020 8:41 AM

The board at Wesgro, the Western Cape tourism, trade and investment promotion agency board, approved an increase of R427 000 for its CEO Tim Harris, making his salary R2.5 million. But this has led to resignations and a host of allegations swirling around its legitimacy. Resigned board chair Brian Figaji and the GOOD Party's Brett Herron share their perspectives with Refilwe Moloto.

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The World View - A Sick Brazilian President

8 July 2020 7:57 AM

China’s new diseases an outbreak of 2 scary infections has been reported.
Hollywood in the high court Johnny Depp’s begun his libel case in London.
A name change a town in England is trying to sound more attractive.  

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Why is VBS gatekeeper an unknown entity in its looting?

8 July 2020 7:25 AM

Investigative journalist Pauli Van Wyk speaks to Refilwe Moloto about the arrest of looted VBS Chief Financial Officer, Philip Truter and why he has been in the shadows in this high profile investigation.

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Wanderlust Wednesday: Stellenbosch gets stamp of approval

8 July 2020 7:05 AM

Stellenbosch is the first destination in South Africa to be awarded the Safe Travels Stamp by the WTTC. Jeanneret Momberg, the GM of Visit Stellenbosch explains what this means. 

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Urgent calls for donors to sign up to bone marrow registry

8 July 2020 7:03 AM

Patients around the world with blood disorders, such as leukemia and thalassemia, are still in urgent need of blood stem cell transplants, but there has been a noticeable decline in new donors getting registered to be bone marrow donors since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Dr Charlotte Ingram, Medical Director at the SA Bone Marrow Register. 

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The Social Rundown

8 July 2020 6:57 AM

With Stephan Lombard Breakfast show executive producer.

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Business Ignite - Call for entries

7 July 2020 9:05 AM

Guest: Matsi Modise Founder at Furaha Afrika Holdings.

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Coronavirus pandemic might not have originated in China

7 July 2020 8:25 AM

Spanish virologists say they found Covid-19 in samples of waste water in March 2019, nine months before the disease was seen in China. Scientists around the world have made similar findings. Professor Tom Jefferson, of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford University, talks to Refilwe Moloto about the likelihood that Covid-19 did not originate in China.

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