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21
OCT

TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK WITH THE EDITORS

On the EDITORS ,Elvis Presslin speaks to veteran journalists Oupa Ngwenya: Forum of Black journalists (SA) Founding Secretary general and freelance journalist &
Magauta Molefe: Former journalist with the voice n
21
OCT

MINISTER OF WOMEN IN THE PRESIDENCY, BATHABILE DLAMINI, AND CHAIRPERSON OF THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE IN THE DEPARTMENT, TH

Minister of Women in the Presidency, Bathabile Dlamini, and chairperson of the Portfolio Committee in the department, Thandi Memela, have saluted the bravery of Cheryl Zondi - an alleged rape victim testifying in the trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso. In their statement they say she is an inspiration to millions of young women who have broken the silence on sexual harassment. Omotoso and his co-accused and alleged accomplices, Lusanda Solani, and Zukiswa Sitho, are facing 97 charges that include human trafficking, rape sexual assault in the Port Elizabeth High court in the Eastern Cape. Elvis Presslin spoke to NPA spokesperson and now independent strategic communications and crisis management specialist, Makhosini Nkosi.& Religious Leaders Council Gen Secretary , and CEO of Rhema Bible Church, Pastor Giet Khoza.
07
OCT

TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK WITH THE EDITORS

We started the week the shutdwn protest in Westbury and Capetown and Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's apology . Elvis caught up with Hendrich Wyngaard columnist at rapport newspaper & Acting SABC Assignment editor Tshepo Phagane
07
OCT

EFF REJECTS NENE'S APOLOGY

he EFF has rejected Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene's apology. It has instead described him as a liar and called for his immediate resignation. Nene publicly apologised on Friday after he failed to fully disclose his interactions with the Gupta family. Nene's apology comes three weeks before he presents the Medium-Term Budget speech. It also casts a shadow over his political credibility at a time when President Cyril Ramaphosa is demanding ethical leadership. Elvis Presslin spoke to EFF's national spokesperson,Dr Mbuyiseni Ndlozi
06
OCT

The organisers of yesterday 's protests in Ennerdale and Eldorado Park, south of johannesburg, say they will continue w

The organisers of yesterday 's protests in Ennerdale and Eldorado Park, south of johannesburg, say they will continue with protest action until President Cyril Ramaphosa and Gauteng premier David Makhura pledge action against crime, gangsterism and the economic exclusion of South Africa's coloured communities. The protests started after a Westbury mother - Heather Peterson was fatally shot and and her 10-year old niece wounded after being caught in the crossfire of an alleged gang shootout. Jamaine Krige reports,Elvis Presslin spoke to Mike Bolhuis &Dr Leonard Martin,
06
OCT

NO RETRENCHMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

President Cyril Ramaphosa says now that the 2018 Jobs Summit has ended, the task ahead will be to focus on implementing of the framework agreement. The agreement which social partners, government, business and labour signed, entails that 275-thousand jobs will be created per year. When Ramaphosa officially closed the summit in Midrand, Johannesburg, he proposed that it be held bi-annually. He says the presidential Jobs Committee will monitor the initiatives and programmes that stemmed from the just-ended jobs summit. Elvis Presslin spoke to Publc Policy specialist and Lecturer at University of Northwest Kagiso TK Pooe about the retrenchments
23
SEP

TOP STORIES OF THE WEEK WITH THE EDITORS

We started the week with the newly elected COSATU president, Zingiswa Losi, saying she's confident that the Federation will move forward and ensure that workers, especially women, are protected in the workplace. And the other big was on the re-allocation of 45-billion-rand in public spending is at the heart of a new economic recovery plan announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Friday..Political editor at the Mail & Guardian & SABC , political Editor Dumisani Hlophe takes us through the week's top stories...
23
SEP

SCHOOL VIOLENCE OUT OF CONTROL

South Africa has recently seen school based violence escalate to levels of murder of a teacher by a learner, filming of fist fights as well as a learner being stabbed with a pair of scissors. Trade Union SADTU has expressed its concern for the safetey of its teachers whilst School Governing Bodies say its unacceptable that a learner can threaten a teacher when the relationship between the two should be the same as parent and child. Befedile Moerane filed the report for us... And Elvis Presslin caught up with National Association of School Governing Bodies Spokesperson, Matakanye Matakanye & Department of Basic Education Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga.

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