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Should a interprovincial travel restriction be introduced?

Should a interprovincial travel restriction be introduced?

3 December 2021 5:32 AM

Guest: Theo Malele | Spokesperson at National Taxis Alliance (NTA)

Health Minister Joe Phaahla has previously told the media that he is not ruling out interprovincial travel restrictions should the COVID-19 numbers increase. Africa is joined by Theo Malele, spokesperson for the National Taxi Alliance to talk about the likelihood of this happening and how it would affect those planning long-distance trips over the festive period.


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Is Ramaphosa's annoucement that minister Mondli Gungubele will take control e State Security Agency unusual?

18 January 2022 6:27 AM

Guest: Prof Anthoni Van Nieuwkerk, Associate Professor, School of Governance at Wits                  University

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Readiness of Eastern Cape Schools

18 January 2022 5:39 AM

Guest: Mali Mtima Spokesperson at the Eastern Cape Department of Education

 

We continue to look at the readiness of coastal schools ahead of schoools opening tomorrow, Today we shine a spotlight on the Eastern Cape. Mali Mtima is the spokesperson at the Eastern Cape Department of Education

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Travel trends for 2022: Domestic Tourism Continues its Reign

18 January 2022 5:04 AM

Guest: Mariette Du Toit-Helmond | Founder at Destinate

 


If you thought that 2022 will be the year you finally start travelling internationally with ease, think again. Bespoke destination management and tourism marketing agency, Destinate worked their way through reports by Booking.com, Amadeus, Airbnb, Evolve, Hilton and The Economist to compile a trend report for travel this year, and it looks like domestic travel is still going to be the way to go. 

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Fitness Fun: Boosting kids vocabulary with cardio

18 January 2022 4:53 AM

Guest: Liezel Van Der Westhuizen | Presenter at Talk Radio 702 / 567 CapeTalk

 

If you've been looking for fun and effective ways to boost your kid's vocabulary, then our fitness enthusiast Liezel van der Westhuizen, has some answers for you. Tune in to her discussion on the vocab-boosting exercise that could also be fun for the whole family.

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What is going on with Joburg's DA-led coalition?

17 January 2022 6:13 AM

Guest: Sysman Motloung | Lecturer in Political Studies and International Relations at                       North-West University

 

Last week Thursday, the City of Johannesburg’s first council meeting of the year was adjourned after it descended into chaos.  Many ANC and EFF member protested against City of Joburg’s Speaker Vasco da Gama's decision to vote for   positions of chair of chairs and committees through a show of hands. 
ANC and EFF members broke into song as a sign of protest, and councillors also wrestled with each other in the council chambers. Over the weekend Johannesburg mayor Mpho Phalatse laid criminal charges against several ANC and EFF councillors. This begs the question, if this is how the city's first meeting went, will this coalition be able to work together? 

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Is KZN to open schools fully after recent storms?

17 January 2022 5:41 AM

Guest: Kwazi Mthethwa | Spokesperson at KZN Education Department

 

KZN Department of Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu says he is confident that all schools will be ready to open this week. Speaking during an update on school readiness on Friday, Mshengu said that the inclement weather has effected 186 schools, 90 of which require serious attention, but the department has been working hard to ensure all schools can open. 

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Property Feature: What to expect from the property industry in South Africa in 2022

17 January 2022 5:17 AM

Guest: John Loos | Property Economist at FNB

 

Whether you're interested in investing in property, renting out property your own or own a business, it is important to know about the trends of the property industry in 2022. John Loos, property sector strategist at FNB, has outlined what the expected trends in the industry will be for this year

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Fitness: Sports & Athletics keep school kids motivated: Fitness fun with Twizza SUPER school Series

17 January 2022 4:55 AM

Guest: Liezel Van Der Westhuizen | Presenter at Talk Radio 702 / 567 CapeTalk

Our resident fitness enthusiast Liezel van der Westhuizen, discusses the fantastic Twizza Super School Series National Final and how learners are getting motivated to have fun with fitness - all for one very interesting prize.
Tune in because you don't want to miss this! 

 

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Proteas vs India final test match, who's taking it?

14 January 2022 6:44 AM

Guest: Ken Borland | Chief Cricket writer:  at The Citizen

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Is it safe for kids to go back to school at full capacity?

14 January 2022 5:25 AM

Guest: Prof Sithembiso  Velaphi | Paediatrician, Associate Professor with University of the Witwatersrand and Head of Paediatrics at Chris Hani Bragwanath Hospital

Africa is joined by Prof Sithembiso Velaphi, Paediatrician, Associate Professor with University of the Witwatersrand and Head of Paediatrics with Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital to talk about the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) calling for the one metre social distancing rule to be scrapped in order for more students to attend.

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