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19
JUN
2am

Mediated Conversation: Social Media

Guest: Verlie Oosthuisen - Social Media Lawyer, and Attorney and Partner at Shepstone & Wylie

Guest: Samkelo Mokhine – Executive Director at FXI

Guest: Clive Simkins – reputational management expert
19
JUN
1am

A proposal to write-off residential debt

A proposal for a once- off debt write -off for the rehabilitation of defaulting residential debtors has been passed in council on the 13th July 2019
Roadshows will be conducted throughout joburg to discuss the framework.

Guest: Funzela Ngobeni - Gauteng MMC for Finance
19
JUN
1am

Police appeal to Pretoria people to be more vigilant

Police have confirmed that they have found yet another body believed to be that of a homeless person. This is the fourth body found in Pretoria in the ongoing case where police suspect a serial killer could be involved. In the past few weeks, bodies of homeless men bludgeoned and stabbed repeatedly to death have been discovered around Magnolia Dell Park in Muckleneuk.

Guest: Captain Daniel Mavimbela, spokesperson – SAPS
19
JUN
12am

Six taxi ranks and routes that were closed in Soweto have been re-opened

Six taxi ranks and routes that were closed in Soweto following violent clashes have been re-opened on yester- morning. The taxi ranks were shut down in March following violence between the Witwatersrand African Taxi Association and the Nancefield Dube West Taxi Association over routes.At least 200 drivers would now have to go through a registration process to be allowed to use the routes.

Guest: Alpheus Mlalazi – General Secretary fo the national taxi Alliance
19
JUN
12am

Alexandra Total Shutdown Movement

The Johannesburg Metro Police Department on Tuesday said it would monitor the situation in Alexandra throughout the night amid threats of another shutdown on Wednesday. The planned demonstration is being carried under the banner of the Total Shutdown Movement two months after residents first demonstrated about illegal structures.

Guest: Tefo Raphadu – Alexandra Ward 105 Councillor

Cllr Michael Sun – MMC Public Safety
18
JUN
2am

CT mosque wants call to prayer removed from city’s noise bylaws

The Zeenatul Islam Masjid in District Six wants the City of Cape Town to exclude the calls to prayer, like the athan, and the ringing of church bells to be excluded from the bylaw that views calls to worship as noise disturbances.

Guest: Sheikh Muhammed Moerat – from The Zeenatul Islam Masjid
18
JUN
1am

Masondo uncovered a scheme that is robbing the families of Marikana

According to a report by City Press Journalist Sipho Masondo, South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union was used as a conduit to launder about R65 million in pensions allegedly plundered from impoverished orphans of deceased mine workers.

Guest: Sipho Masondo – Journalist from City Press, who wrote the article on the City Press, tittled” R65 Million laundered through one of SA’s biggest unions”
18
JUN
1am

SABC is facing serious financial issues

The public broadcaster had to tighten its belt last month by paying salaries at the expense of having several unpaid bills. Yolande Van Biljoen, the SABC’s Chief Financial officer speaking to Leanne Manas on Morning Live said it is a balancing act every month, but that salaries are prioritised.

Guest: William Bird from Media Monitor
18
JUN
1am

Criticism of the latest annual school infrastructure

According to Equal Education, The latest annual school infrastructure reports again demonstrate that provincial education departments are unwilling to do the work necessary to provide accurate information on the implementation of the Norms and Standards for School Infrastructure.

Guest: Hopolang Selebalo, Co-Head of Research at Equal Education
18
JUN
12am

SACCA demands CEO Vuyani Jarana's reinstatement

The South African Cabin Crew Association (SACCA) recently had a meeting with the board of SAA. Key to their demand was and is still that that the former CEO Vuyani Jarana must be reinstated immediately. He produced a turnaround strategy, which won the support of government, the board and the unions.

Guest: Christopher Shabangu – Deputy President of the South African Cabin Crew Association

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