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16
JUL
7am

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE KWAZULU-NATAL LEGISLATURE AND OBJECTIVES

The KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr. Mxolisi Kaund unveiled the bold transport sector and Community Safety plans through the budget votes in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature earlier today.

He outlined his plans to accelerate the Radical Economic Transformation through infrastructure development, set to alleviate poverty and create meaningful jobs for the previously marginalized. He also outlined vigorous and inclusive plans that will assist in defeating crime in communities. Kaunda’s plans are expected to resonate with what prominently featured on the State of The Nation Address (SONA) and The State of The Province Address (SOPA) on creating jobs through economic transformation.

Guest: Kwanele Ncalane – Acting Chief Director Communications for Transport and Community Safety in KZN
15
JUL
8am

HOW DO WE TRANSFORM SOUTH AFRICA'S PROPERTY SECTOR?

Property remains one of the least transformed industries in SA, but listed and unlisted real estate companies are actively trying to improve the situation. How do we transform SA’s property sector?

Guest: Miss Vuyiswa Mutshekwane - CEO OF SAIBPP (South African
Institute of Black Property Practitioners)

Ms Mamodupi Mohlala - CEO of The Estate Agency Affairs Board
15
JUL
7am

WHY IS THERE IS STILL A HIGH INFECTION RATE AMONG YOUNG WOMAN IN RSA: BUT ALOT OF MONEY IS SPENT ON HIV CAMPAIGNS ?

According to the provincial Department of Health, this equates to an average of 791 new infections per month, while nationally 1200 new infections were recorded weekly. There has been a reasonably high amount of money spent on HIV Awareness in South Africa over the years but THERE IS STILL A VERY a high infection rate among young woman in South Africa. Why is this?

Guest: Prof Sue Goldstein – Associate Professor at the School of Public health at the University of Witwatersrand HIV researcher (WITS)

Guest: Dr Linda Ncube Nkomo - CEO at Love Life
15
JUL
7am

JACOB ZUMA TESTIFIES COULD THIS BE THE END OF ZUMA ?

Former president Jacob Zuma began his evidence at the state capture inquiry on Monday by hitting back at how he had “been vilified” and alleged to be the “king of the corrupt” for a decade.

He said he believed “this commission was really created to have me coming here, and perhaps to find things to have on me”.

Zuma has asked to give his own address before he is asked questions by evidence leaders, following the testimony of nine witnesses — including current and former ministers Pravin Gordhan, Fikile Mbalula, Barbara Hogan and Ngoako Ramatlhodi — which the inquiry believes implicates him in alleged state capture.

Guest: Ntebo Mokobo – SABC Reporter
12
JUL
8am

ICON: BOEING

The Boeing Company is an American multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells airplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, satellites, comms gear and missiles worldwide. The company also provides leasing and product support services.

Guest: Guy Leitch - Editor & Publisher of SA Flyer Magazine South Africa
12
JUL
8am

MORE SOUTH AFRICANS COMING HOME, WHY IS THIS?

Contrary to popular belief, more South Africans are returning home than public perception. When SA People published a blog recently from an expat who was moving with her young family back to SA after several years in the UK, there was an outcry. How could she do such a thing? But it turns out – according to a recent Homecoming Revolution survey – that there are many expats who are doing just that… returning to SA for a myriad of reasons from missing family to wanting to help build a better South Africa for all.

Guest: Angel Jones - Homecoming Revolution CEO

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