Refilwe Moloto speaks to Nicole Alexander, Director for The Pride Shelter Trust Cape Town about the challenges the shelter is facing at present. The shelter has provided short-term accommodation to those in the LGBTQI+ community facing a crisis, with no where to go.
Prof Dilip Menon Professor of History in the International Relations Department at Wits University.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Jaco Human, Executive Officer for the Industrial Gas Users Association of South Africa, about the association’s concerns over the massive increase in piped gas, saying it will cost the South African economy R325 million per month as of August 2022.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Stellenbosch University's Faculty of Engineering's, Professor Thinus Booysen ahead of the handover of a solar plant system to Cloeteville Primary School. The faculty with the support of other role players including the WCED has been assisting the school with the alternate power source.LISTEN TO PODCAST
A break in the pizza chain the land where Domino’s pizzas don’t sell.
A record run across Ireland from the Atlantic to the Irish Sea.
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Prof Irina Filatova about the recent (separate) visits to Africa by Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Capital FM Nairobi's Online Editor, Jerimiah Wakaya on the Kenyan elections which took place this week. The country is hoping for an orderly transition of power after almost a decade under two-term President Uhuru Kenyatta.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Kirsty Bisset, MD of HaveYouHeard Marketing, about sustainable diamonds, given the environmental impact of current conventional mining methods.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Natalie Maimane about her visit to the Delft SAPS on Women's Day. The Maimane's visit was to assess the Delft station’s ability to serve the women arriving to report gender-based violence cases.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Deon Joubert is the Citrus Growers Association's Special Envoy to the EU for Market Access and speaks to Refilwe Moloto about how a deal has been struck to save R654million of SA citrus from rotting in European Union ports after new import laws prevented them from being offloaded.LISTEN TO PODCAST