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08
JUL

A wrap of parliament top stories

As a handful of parliamentary committees met in Parliament this week, the constitutional review committee has been continuing its public hearings on land expropriation in Mpumalanga and the Free State this past week. Our Parliamentary Correspondent Mercedes Besent tells us more...
08
JUL

LGBTI individuals still suffer from self-discrimination & social isolation

Some South Africans still consider the lesbian gay bisexual transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community to be different, abnormal or sinister. This is according to South Africa's largest health NGO, Right to Care. The NGO says this leads to LGBTI individuals suffering from self-discrimination, social isolation, depression, substance abuse and suicidal behaviour. Craig Chapman, programme coordinator at Right to Care
07
JUL

Motorists expressed mixed feelings about the latest price hike

Motorists have expressed mixed feelings about the latest price hike. Prices at the pumps have increased four times since the beginning of the year. The price of petrol and diesel will increase by around 26 cents a litre, paraffin by 22 cents a litre and LP-Gas by 37 cents a kilogramme. But most motorists say they are not willing to consider alternative modes of transport amid the fuel hikes. Tshepo Mongoai reports…

LINK: Elvis Preslin spoke to Automobile Association spokesperson Layton Beard. and Economist Prof RaymOnd Parsons
16
JUN

Saturday edition of the weekend view

On the show this saturday, tips on how to set up a trust to protect your child's inheritance and a commemoration of the 42nd anniversary of the 1976 student uprising with 1976 youth organiser Seth Mazibuko and a youth leader now Howard Zondo
02
JUN

THIS WEEK'S CONSUMER SLOT

Insurance administrator First National Bank Life says it has R160 Million worth of unclaimed funds on its books. We spoke to product manager at FNB Life Nthabiseng Sethabela-Makoeng
02
JUN

BOOK LAUNCH - AFRICA'S CAUSE MUST TRIUMPH

The ANC Youth League's old crop of the 1940s, counts amongst its founders, a group of highly celebrated individuals. These include former presidents Mandela, Sisulu, Tambo, Lembede as well as the least talked about Ashby Peter (A.P.) Mda. This week his mentee and fellow comrade Luyanda kaMsumza, along with the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) will launch a collection of writings left by Mda. These cover issues ranging from politics, culture, language, literature, music, religion and education. We spoke to author Luyanda ka Msumza
02
JUN

MINIMUM WAGE

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant has described the National Assembly's passing of the R20 per hour minimum Wage Bill as a historic achievement. South African Domestic Service and Allied workers Union, Gloria Kente and Isobel Frye, a Director at the Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute shared their views on the matter
13
MAY

DA assures residents there will be no service delivery interuptions

The DA has assured Cape Town reside nts that service delivery will not be affected while the city remains without a mayor, until the party's court battle with Patricia de Lille is concluded. De Lille is contesting the DA's decision to rescind her party membership and consequently her position as the mayor of Cape Town. Elvis Preslin speaks to Leader of the DA In the Western Cape Bonginkosi Madikizela
12
MAY

A prominent IFP leader from Zululand has been gunned down at Ulundi in northern KwaZulu-Natal

A prominent IFP leader from Zululand has been gunned down at Ulundi in northern KwaZulu-Natal. Samkelo Dlamini an IFP chairperson from Zululand District was ambushed by unknown gunmen while driving on the main road in Ulundi. The gunmen allegedly opened fire on his car and Dlamini sustained multiple wounds and died on scene. Dlamini was also the party's councillor at Zululand District Municipality.
29
APR

The Weekend View

The Sunday edition of The Weekend view looking at proposed changes to labour legislation and The Editors
28
APR

The Weekend View

[ICYMI]The Saturday edition of The Weekend View with struggle activist Father Michael Lapsley on freedom day and healing. #TheWeekendView

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