Refilwe speaks to Atilla Kisla International criminal justice lawyer at Southern Africa Litigation Centre.
We’ve reached that time of year when enjoying a year-end function at a wine farm is popular, as well as going out to multiple wine estates along a wine route in order to partake in wine-tasting sessions, but how do serving staff know when and how to stop serving customers who have had a glass or two too many? Lester Kiewit speaks to Frieda Stanbridge, who was a wine tasting room manager for over two decades.LISTEN TO PODCAST
In an op-ed piece in Die Burger newspaper last week, former ANC Parliementary spokesperson Dennis Cruywagen made the assertion that the current ANC is more aligned to the thinking of Apartheid architect Hendrik Verwoerd than the late president Nelson Mandela. Lester Kiewit discusses this assertion with Dennis Cruywagen, with a counterargument from Dr Wesley Seale, member of the Provincial Executive Committee of the ANC in the Western Cape.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Losing our marbles an Anglo Greek row over the Elgin Marbles.
Beware the Peruvian wolf Spider a nasty surprise for a ship passenger.
Lester Kiewit speaks to Mathea Eichel the co-owner of the Galley at Fish Hoek beach which faces closure after the prime beach property was successfully auctioned last week.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Lester Kiewit speaks to Western Cape Premier, Alan Winde, about why he has lodged an intergovernmental dispute with national government, following budget cuts that will hit the province hard.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Lester Kiewit speaks to Wayne Duvenage CEO of Outa, to discuss whether Panyaza Lesufi’s call to wipe out Eskom’s municipal debt is a practical suggestion, or a populist move to entice voters to the ANC at the polls next year.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Lester Kiewit speaks to the IFP’s Mkhuleko Hlengwa about reports they are determined to have deceased party leader Mangosuthu Bethelezi represented on next year’s election ballot paper. It seems the party faces some division on the matter.LISTEN TO PODCAST
It’s been a pretty balmy start to the summer months and if you have family up country, particularly in Durban and Johannesburg, the heat has been quite uncomfortable. And with load shedding – no AC too! Lester Kiewit speaks to climatologist Professor Francois Engelbrecht.LISTEN TO PODCAST
In the late 1990s, a series of bombs were detonated in popular areas around Cape Town, from the V&A Waterfront to Camps Bay. Lester Kiewit speaks to a number of roleplayers from that period, including Bruce Walsh who was injured in the Planet Hollywood bombing and Jeremy Vearey who was with police crime intelligence.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The UAE’s climate controversy accused of hijacking COP 28.
New Zealand’s smoking U-Turn there won’t be a total ban after all.