Guest: Mark Heywood | Editor at Maverick Citizen
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Mark Heywood on his column in the Daily Maverick: “No consequence: The accumulated irregular expenditure reaches R488-billion” in respect to findings in Part 1 of the Zondo report
The Other Foundation - a southern African LGBTI community organisation - is convening a conference in Cape Town, discussing advancements and setbacks in LGBTI rights on the continent. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Thato Moruti, the executive director of LEGABIBO, a LGBT rights group, that have made advancements in seeing same sex relationships decriminalised in Botswana.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Jonas Moberg, CEO at The Green Hydrogen Organization about the Africa Green Hydrogen Alliance, signed between South Africa and five other African countries.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Chinese police files they appear to confirm the persecution of Uyghurs.
Pandemic lockdown parties haunting leaders of Argentina & the U.K.
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Dr Steven Gordon, senior research specialist at the Human Sciences Research Council, about the rise in xenophobia in South Africa.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The African Passport is expected to streamline business travel and trade among African nations, but when can we expect to see them rolled out? Refilwe Moloto speaks to Thebe Ikalafeng, founder and chairperson of Brand Africa and the Brand Leadership Group.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Prof Rodney Dawson, MD University of Cape Town’s Lung Institute speaks to Refilwe Moloto about a new trial involving BTZ-043 (benzothiazinone DprE1 blocker), a novel TB drug candidate, which could see treatment time drastically reduced for a condition that claims hundreds of thousands of lives on the continent each year.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Tendeka Matatu, Director of Local Language Films for Africa at Netflix, about the African Month showcase on Netflix.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Professor Brian Ganson head of the Centre on Conflict and Collaboration at the Stellenbosch University Business School, about how private corporations have brought inequality and exploitation to the continent, but how this can be remedied for the benefit of Africa.LISTEN TO PODCAST