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02
APR
12pm

THE HOT BOX

The courts and the legal system are an essential service, and have been continuing to operate during the lockdown.
In an unusual move, both High and magistrates’ courts are governed by one set of rules.
The general principle in the directions is to keep people away from the courts to the extent that can be done without limiting people’s rights unreasonably.
Access to courts is restricted to people who are litigants, the accused, witnesses, and those accompanying children, victims of domestic violence or sexual abuse, people with disabilities, family members, and also members of the media.
They can only come to court for urgent and essential matters
01
APR
1pm

DOWN TO EARTH WITH ANGIE KHUMALO

South Western Dairy is 100% black owned milk processing business, owned by father and son duo, Stephen and Nkosana Mtimkulu.
They source fresh milk from South African dairy farmers and add-value to the milk by producing products such as Pasteurized fresh milk, Amasi, Yogurt & Drinking yogurt.
Nkosana received some of his training from Denmark at Bygholm Agricultural College
He is also an alumni of the Investec agri-preneurs of South Africa, who went on a global exposure trip to Israel in 2017
01
APR
12pm

THE CONNECTING ROOM

When you’re in the beginning of a new relationship, the odds that you've been holding in farts, burps and other bad habits without a clue as to when to let them out for a while are pretty good.
An online poll showed that majority of people surveyed felt its ok to release your bad habits infant f your partner after two to six months of dating.
25.2 percent of respondents said they won't do it until 6 to 12 months into the relationship.
22.4 percent of people said they always leave the room no matter what happens,
That result was followed by 9.3 percent of people say they won't do it for a FULL YEAR into the relationship.
01
APR
12pm

THE HOT BOX

The United Nations Children’s Fund is exploring the possibility of mass e-learning in South Africa, as millions of learners are grounded at home in the 21 national lockdown.
Unicef is a United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide.pastedGraphic.png
The UN agency says as nationwide school closures disrupt the education for more than 80% of students worldwide, it will significantly scale up support in all countries to help children continue their learning while keeping schools safe.
To help curb the disruption to children’s education and keep children learning safely, Unicef has allocated additional funding to accelerate work with governments and partners in more than 145 low- and middle-income countries.
The initial global allocation of $13 million will be catalytic by supporting national governments and a wide range of education partners in each country to develop plans to enable a rapid, system-wide response.
According to the UN agency, the initiative will enable countries to prepare alternative learning programmes in the case of school closures and help schools keep children and their communities safe by providing vital information on handwashing and other hygiene practices.
31
MAR
12pm

MAKING CENTS

Everyone is anxious about how they will survive the lockdown.
The hardest part is without work for at least another 2 weeks many people are wondering what can they do to survive this time.
31
MAR
12pm

THE GAME ZONE

rep your turf
A team consists of 3 - 5 people per city/town.
“team names -you get to name your own team when you come to the show”
Decipher the answer from the provided clues.
presenter gives the clues for them to give the final answer
30 second timer per team
31
MAR
12pm

THE CONNECTING ROOM

The biological father of a 14-year-old boy has been arrested after allegedly "forcefully abducting" the child from his mother's house in Pretoria on Sunday.
In terms of the 21-day lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19, no one is allowed to leave their homes unless under strictly controlled circumstances, including seeking medical care, buying food, medicine or other supplies and collecting social grants.
Government has clarified its stance on children moving between parents during the lockdown, saying it is forbidden and that a child must remain with the parent he or she was with when the lockdown was effected.
The father has been arrested and is being detained at the Lyttleton police cells in Pretoria. The child has been reunited with his mother.
31
MAR
12pm

THE HOT BOX

The SA Drug Policy Initiative wants the decision to ban the sale alcohol and tobacco during the national lockdown to be reversed as soon as possible.
The group says its discriminating against the poor, puts the health of the mentally ill and marginalised at risk and gifts crime syndicates and gangs another source of income.
The SA Drug Policy Initiative says the ban is forcing those who have problematic drug-use disorders to break the law by buying from illegal sources of drugs and run the risk of being arrested.
27
MAR
12pm

THE CONNECTING ROOM

When two human beings spend every waking moment together, there are bound to be as many bad times as good ones.
And perhaps no one understands this better than married couples, who are forced to live, sleep, and interact with one another every day with nowhere to run or hide.
27
MAR
12pm

THE HOT BOX

President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned that South Africa could have more than 1 500 confirmed coronavirus cases within the next few days.
Ramaphosa says government is keeping the majority of the population indoors and it was the task of the SAPS and the SANDF to help curb the rising Covid-19 infection rate.
The country has 927, with 409 of them being in Gauteng.
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Gauteng and the Western Cape health departments have cancelled non-essential services, including elective surgeries and annual health events.
In anticipation for an influx of hospital patients needing treatment for the virus In Gauteng, chronic patients should be provided with a three months' supply of medication, and repeat prescriptions for six months.
Patients are also urged to avoid hospitals.
Globally the pandemic has resulted in a shortage of hospital beds for the high number of infected people.
26
MAR
1pm

TECH ME TO THE FUTURE

Ayoba is a messaging platform, with support to channels, payments, bots and micro apps/service agents.
It is localised for African and Middle East consumer needs.
Ayoba, together with the UCTGSB Solution Space and Geekulcha, will be hosting a virtual hackathon on 03 - 06 April for South African developers.
The event aims to introduce the opening of Ayoba as a platform for developers and the SuperApp to 3rd parties.

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