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20
NOV
10am

Court dismisses Nxasana affidavit

The High Court in Pretoria has dismissed with costs former NPA head Mxolisi Nxasana's bid introduce his version of events in an application to have his golden handshake set aside. The former NPA head filed the affidavit, in which he says he is ready to resume office and willing to repay R17.3m golden handshake. Corruption Watch and Freedom Under Law have approached the court to review and set aside Nxasana's settlement package. Nxasana left office in 2015 after entering an agreement with President Jacob Zuma, which the parties argue was unlawful and unconstitutional. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to Judge Johann Kriegler, from Freedom Under Law
20
NOV
10am

SASFU shocked by Molefe military appointment

The South African Security Forces union (SASFU) says it is shocked that Brian Molefe now serves as a highly paid military colonel in the South African National Defence Force (SANDF). SASFU says Molefe is not entitled to receive the R57,000 a month salary. The union says this is a pure of case of corruption and calls on the defence minister to reverse this decision and recover all money paid to Mr Molefe and launch an investigation into this matter. Tsepiso makwetla spoke to SASFU's President Charles Jacobs and defence analyst, Helmoed Heitman.
20
NOV
9am

SA parliament reacts to Mugabe's Imminent impeachment

Zimbabwe is facing a constitutional crisis and Zimbabweans have to hold both President Robert Mugabe and the entire ZANUPF accountable. These are some of the sentiments expressed by various opposition parties in the South African Parliament. Others want the 93 year old leader to step down and welcomed his imminent impeachment. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to political and constitutional law analyst, Professor, Shadrack Gutto.
20
NOV
9am

ZANU-PF lawmakers discuss Mugabe Impeachment

Lawmakers from President Robert Mugabe's ruling party, ZANU-PF, are set to meet in Harare to discuss the process of impeaching him. Despite mounting calls for his resignation and today's noon deadline to step down, Mugabe has defiantly stayed on as president of Zimbabwe. Yesterday, the party recalled him as their leader. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to our reporter, in Harare, Zimbabwe, Noma Bolani.
17
NOV
10am

Mugabe makes first public appearance since coup

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has made his first public appearance since the country's army took over on Wednesday. He attended a graduation ceremony in the capital, Harare. Mugabe was at the Harare Open University, accompanied by his security detail, two days after being placed under house arrest. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to Dr Siphamandla Zondi, who is with the Institute for Strategic and political Affiars at the Unversity of Pretoria
17
NOV
9am

Janusz Walus denied parole

SACP leader Chris Hani's killer Janusz Walus will remain in jail after being denied parole. Justice Minister, Michael Masutha, made the announcement at a media briefing in Pretoria earlier today. This follows a Supreme Court of Appeal ruling in August which gave Masutha 90 days to make a decision. Walus, a Polish immigrant and Conservative Party MP Clive Derby-Lewis, were sentenced to death for Hani's murder in April 1993. In November 2000, the death sentences of the two were changed to life imprisonment. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to Janusz Walus' lawyer Julian Knight.
17
NOV
9am

ANC Vets can't Influence outcome of December conference - Sisulu

The ANC veterans and stalwarts group have held their National Consultative Conference at the Johannesburg Constitutional Hill today. Speakers at the conference included former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, ANC NEC member Derek Hanekom and ANC presidential hopeful Lindiwe Sisulu. The group raised key concerns which they say needed to be addressed in the party, including the loss of three key metro municipalities during the August 3 local government elections, the Constitutional Court ruling on Nkandla and the release of the State of Capture report by the Public Protector. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to ANC presidential hopeful and Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu
17
NOV
8am

Open Mic with DJ Mizz and Yves

Time for our Open Mic feature. Today we profile two talented artists, who are no strangers to the music scene. Award wining House Music producer, DJ Mizz and Afro-soul sensation, singer and writer, Yves. Ronald Phiri spoke to the two talented artists, who collaborated for their new single "Badlaliwe Abantu"
16
NOV
10am

Mukoki to take legal action against Kalidas

Alan Mukoki says he will take legal action against Rachel Kalidas. This follows allegations by Kalidass that Former Land Bank CEO, Alan Mukoki is alleged to be a preferred candidate for the SABC CEO position. Kalidass resigned as a member of the newly appointed SABC board where she says the environment has again become unbearable. Speaking to Tsepiso Makwetla, Mukoki says he has advised his lawyers to follow up on the allegations
15
NOV
10am

Zimbabweans call for peaceful transition of power

Zimbabweans are calling for a peaceful transition of power, rather than a coup. This comes after the country's military has taken over the capital city Harare. Mugabe informed President Jacob Zuma that he is safe but confined to his home. Zimbabweans say President Jacob Zuma is only intervening quickly now that President Robert Mugabe has put in tight corner but did not do much when the entire country was crying to him. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to an eye witness in Zimbabwe, under the pseudonym of "Edward"and to political analyst and civil society leader, Brian Kagoro...
15
NOV
9am

Zanu-PF vets calls on party to recall Mugabe

The Zanu-PF War Veterans' League is calling on Zimbabwe's ruling party to recall President Robert Mugabe. This comes as the Zimbabwean army moves towards what it calls a peaceful transition of power, rather than a coup. The war veterans' proposal would compel Mugabe to resign and provide a constitutional means of removing him from power. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to our reporter Ephert Musekiwa

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