The Weekend View

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Current Affairs programme which provides listeners with the latest local and International news hosted by Elvis Preslin. Tune in 104-107 every Saturday and Sunday morning from 6 to 7 am

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13
JUN

FATHERS USING COVID-19 AS AN EXCUSE TO NOT PAY MAINTENANCE

Mothers are struggling to feed their kids because some fathers are using Covid-19 as an excuse to not pay maintenance. Non payment of maintenance has left women and children destitute; with no means to access basic necessities. For more Udo Carelse spoke to Senior Associate and Attorney at Adams & Adams Attorneys Shani van Niekerk
13
JUN

ANALYSIS ON CITIZEN JOURNALISM

Several videos of police brutality have emerged in the recent years sparking debates around racism and police aggression toward African Americans in the US. The video of the Goerge Floyd where he is heard saying "I cant breathe " sparked worldwide protests in support of the #BlackLivesMatter campaign and calls for law enforcement reforms. Today we put the spotlight on citizen journalism through social media platforms and its contribution in empowering citizens to use the medium to draw attention to incidents that would otherwise be swept under the carpet. For more Udo Carelse spoke to Wits University Caxton professor of journalism, Anton Harber
07
JUN

NO ACCESS TO PPE'S FOR HEALTH WORKERS AT TYGEBERG HOSPITAL

Trade unions FEDUSA and HOSPERSA say the Department of Health in the Western Cape needs to shutdown certain parts of the Tygerberg Hospital in order to clean and sanitise.The also say healthcare workers have no access to personal protective equipment (PPE's) and that both visitors and patients walk around and enter the hospital without being checked, and that there is no sanitizer or social distancing enforced. This comes after a fourth nurse from Tygerberg Hospital succumbed to the virus. To discuss this further Udo Carelse spoke to Chief of Operations in the Department of Health in the Western Cape Dr Saadiq Kariem
07
JUN

ANALYSIS ON BASIC EDUCATION MINISTER ANGIE MOTSHEKGA'S LEADERSHIP QUALITIES

In the recent weeks the country's spot light has been firmley put on the leadership qualities of the Minister of Basic Education, Angie Motshega, following the critical decision she had to make when it comes to saving the disrupted academic year. Motshega, has been under pressure to re-open the schools and save the academic year, but the teacher Unions and parents are not convinced that all the schools are covid complient. The minister had initially announced that the schools were to re-open on the 1st of June, but had to set another date because most of the schools were not covid ready. The schools are now expected to re-open tomorrow. To help us zoom into Basic Minister's leadership qualities Udo Carelse spoke to Leadership Expert, Dr Mazwi Majola....

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