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03
OCT

KPMG South Africa says its chief executive Nhlamulo Dlomu will step down

Now, KPMG South Africa says its chief executive Nhlamulo Dlomu will step down to allow a new leader to restore the auditor’s reputation after a corruption scandal that saw the company lose several major clients.

Apparently, Dlomu will remain at the company, taking on a newly created global role focusing on ethical leadership and organizational culture change.

Guest: Zama Khanyile - President: African Women Chartered Accountants
03
OCT

The Control of Marketing of Alcohol Beverages Bill

Independent researcher Michelle du Toit says the government is violating its constitutional obligations, as well as international law, by withholding a Bill from the public. The Control of Marketing of Alcohol Beverages Bill of 2013 has not been made available for public comment — for no apparent reason and despite numerous efforts by the Southern Africa Alcohol Policy Alliance (Saapa). This key piece of legislation seeks to address the link between the marketing of alcohol and alcohol abuse as well as alcohol-related health issues, such as gender-based violence.

Guest: Michelle du Toit - independent health researcher
03
OCT

Unfiltered is set to tackle an array of issues

Veteran journalist Redi Tlhabi is set to make a come back to the small screen as the host of a new SABC current affairs show called Unfiltered. Redi's show is set to launch on October 7 at 8.30pm on SABC News Channel and SABC 3

Guest: Neo Momodu - SABC spokesperson
03
OCT

The low mathematics pass rate in the country has been a major concern for many professionals.

The low mathematics pass rate in the country has been a major concern for many professionals. One never really knows whether the problem lies with teaching the subject or are learners finding it too hard? Well to come up with solutions to the problem, maths and science researchers, policy makers, donors, teachers and practitioners gathered today (Wed) to present the highly anticipated Mathematics Education Chairs Initiative (MECI) .
Guest: Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng, the Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Town
24
SEP

Are leaders born or are they developed?

It’s a talking point that hasn’t faded in popularity. In an executive role strong leadership skill is both required and expected and for this reason, many turn to an MBA qualification to develop skills and prepare themselves for future roles.
Guest: Bryan Hattingh- CEO of exponential leadership company Cycan
13
SEP

update on the inter-ministerial committee intervention into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal.

Police Minister Bheki Cele and National Commissioner General Khehla Sitole presented an update on the inter-ministerial committee intervention into political killings in KwaZulu-Natal. The inter-ministerial committee in the security cluster was set up by President Cyril Ramaphosa on May 14, after the murder of ANC convenor in the Moses Mabhida region, Musawenkosi Mchunu.
guest: Khehla Sithole Police national commissioner
13
SEP

The strike by forensic pathologists in Ekurhuleni

The strike by forensic pathologists in Ekurhuleni. Apparently bodies are piling up at the Germiston Forensic Pathologist Services and families demanding that the bodies of their relatives be released. The strike started on Monday and from the reports we see, families are not able to get their relatives.

Guest: Tshepo Mokheranyane Nehawu Gauteng Provincial Secretary
13
SEP

The Constitutional Court today passed judgment on whether or not eight employees should be dismissed

The Constitutional Court today passed judgment on whether or not eight employees should be dismissed for singing a song which advocated for “hitting the boer”. Duncanmec‚ a company manufacturing refuse-handling equipment in Johannesburg‚ dismissed the employees in 2013 after they embarked on an unprotected strike due to an overtime dispute.

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) represented the employees
Guest: Phakamile Hlubi - Numsa spokesperson
10
SEP

Ayanda Mabulu’s latest controversial painting

The Nelson Mandela Foundation has reacted to Ayanda Mabulu’s latest controversial painting that was unveiled at the Joburg Art Fair which ran from September 7 to the 9th. In the artwork, a smiling Mandela on a Nazi flag and his hand is raised in a Nazi salute with the words "Unmasked Piece of Sh*t"… The Foundation said painting is deeply offensive and is the kind of art that goes beyond reasonable limit.

Prof. Pitika Ntuli - sculptor, poet, writer and an academic
10
SEP

Emergency Tax App - Prince Pirikisi

A new innovative electronic hailing application is threatening to disrupt the meter taxi industry, but this time with the traditional meter taxis as partners. Emergency Taxi is an application that was designed by IT entrepreneur, Prince Pirikisi, who investigated the problems plaguing the meter taxi industry, including violence and loss of life.

Prince Pirikisi
Founder: Emergency Tax App

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