Refilwe Moloto speaks to Prof Melissa Crouch, an expert on Myanmar from the University of New South Wales, about the military coup which unseated Aung Sang Suu Kyi from power just over a week ago.
Gaye Davis of Eyewitness News reports on this shocking backlog.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The South African Post Office wants to enforce the rule that any small parcel under 1kg can only be handled by them. But many online merchants are not happy with this. On this morning's Wednesday Panel, we will be speaking to Anita Erasmus - business manager at uAfrica.com, and to Pam Quinton, a local antique dealer who has been selling goods online for the past thirteen years.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A school shooting in Russia 7 children & a teacher have been killed.
A Tiger on the loose in Texas & the owner is a murder suspect.
A broiler chicken farm in Worcester recently tested positive for the H5N1 Asian highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). How rapidly is it spreading this time, what could it do to the markets and just how concerned should we be. Izaak Breitenbach, the general manager of the SA Poultry Association's broiler organisation, speaks to Refilwe Moloto.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Hawks spokesperson Captain Lloyd Ramhova speaks to Refilwe Moloto about how they bust two former Sars auditors who they say have cost the revenue service more than R277million as part of a VAT syndicate.LISTEN TO PODCAST
AVBOB explains why it can cost hundred of thousands of Rands to return the remains of a loved one to South Africa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
As we mark International Nurses Day, Refilwe Moloto speaks to Eleanor Roberts, the provincial chairperson of the Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA about the impact of Covid, and challenges in their sector.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Breakfast producer Stephan Lombard shares the latest in social media news.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The Department of Home Affairs wants to use facial recognition technology along with its population register which is then to be shared with the SAPS. Is this the price of national security? Refilwe Moloto speaks to Melissa Cawthra, a programme and research officer at the African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum, (APCOF).LISTEN TO PODCAST