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Both Sides of The Story

In our Both Sides of the story today we will continue to get different perspectives on the National Health Insurance Bill which was officially launched last week by the Minister of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize. The Department of Health announced that NHI would come into effect in 2026. For this conversation we are joined by...

Guest: Dawie Roodt- Economist
Guest: Anthea Jeffrey- Institute of Race Relations
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Members of SATAWU at North West Transport Investment marched to the Department of Transport in Pretoria today

Members of the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union known as SATAWU at North West Transport Investment, the NTI, marched to the Department of Transport in Pretoria today to demonstrate over what they call "their displeasure" at statements allegedly made by Minister Fikile Mbalula. The NTI bus service is contesting the transport department's decision not to renew their contract when it ends next year in April. We are now joined on the line by…

Guest: Zanele Sabela - Spokesperson, South African Transport and Allied Workers Union
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Bank statements shared on social media have revealed transactions of disbursed funds used by the CR17 campaign

Bank statements shared on social media have revealed transactions of disbursed funds to provincial co-ordinators and service providers used by the CR17 campaign. The Presidency has since denounced the leaking of confidential banking information belonging to backers of President Cyril Ramaphosa's CR17 campaign to the media and reiterated that he had run a "clean campaign" ahead of the ANC's Nasrec elective conference in 2017. To speak to us more on this we are joined on the line by….

Guest: Professor Andre Duvenage- Political Analyst from the North West University
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Unisa to rename three buildings to embrace transformation

We hear from Unisa following their decision to rename one of its three historical buildings at the Muckleneuk campus. The buildings will be named after the late Madikizela-Mandela, professor Simon Radipere and Anton Lembede, who all contributed largely to the shaping of the university and society.

Guest: Ms. Khanya Mahlare Executive Director – Unisa Department of Institutional Advancement
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Thousands celebrate as protesters, army sign deal In Sudan

Sudan's generals and protest leaders have signed what has been hailed as the historic deal for a transition to civilian rule that will govern the 39-month transition during a ceremony held at a hall by the Nile in the capital Khartoum. It is reported that thousands of cheering people gathered on Saturday around the Friendship Hall next to the Nile, where the documents that will govern the country's 39-month transition were signed. For more on this, we are joined by…..

Guest: Sabir Ibrahim, representative of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, North (SPLM)
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Outa To challenge New Aarto Bill In Court

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) says it will launch a constitutional challenge to the new Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Amendment Bill (Aarto). President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the controversial bill, which includes a licence demerit system for drivers, into law on August 13 after the National Assembly passed it in March.

Guest: Rudie Heyneke – OUTA Portfolio Manager on Transport
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MEC Lesufi launched another specialisation school in Soweto today

Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi will launch another school of specialisation with a focus on finance, hospitality and tourism.

The Pace Commerce and Entrepreneurship School, situated in Jabulani, Soweto, is the 35th school which have been transitioned to address skills shortage to meet the economic demands of Gauteng.

Guest: Steve Mabona - Gauteng Education spokesperson
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KZN MEC Nonhlanhla Khoza has expressed disgust on the increasing incidents of sexual violence against senior citizens

KwaZulu-Natal Social Development MEC, Nonhlanhla Khoza has expressed disgust on the increasing incidents of sexual violence against senior citizens in the province. This following media reports about the rape of an elderly woman, 89, while she was left at home with a grandchild in Umzikhulu area of Harry Gwala District on the Southern KwaZulu-Natal.

Guest: Nonhlanhla Khoza, MEC for Social Development in KwaZulu-Natal
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Obstacles Women Face In The Workplace: Especially In The Manufacturing Industry

There are many obstacles that women face with in the workplace and the manufacturing industry is an especially challenging environment. To respond to this, McCain Foods recently launched a programme named Dare to Lead, a South African programme focusing on the empowerment and growth of women at all levels, promoting self-confidence, building leadership skills, engaging growth in relationships and opportunities in the workplace.

Guest: Nadia Mohamed, Marketing and Commercial Director at McCain Foods
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World News today: Three sentenced to death for killing an albino man in Malawi

Three people have been sentenced to death in Malawi for the murder and mutilation of a person with albinism. Passing sentence on Tuesday at the High Court in Mchinji, Judge Esmey Chombo said it would act as a strong deterrent to others and help put an end to the crime. So today, we dispel some of the common myths associated with the condition.

Guest: Nomasonto Mazibuko, National Director of the Albinism Society of SA
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High Court in Pretoria has sealed the banking records of donors to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s successful CR17 campaign

The High Court in Pretoria has sealed the banking records of donors to President Cyril Ramaphosa’s successful CR17 campaign for the ANC presidency. On Friday last week, Ramaphosa’s legal team approached the court and argued that Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane obtained documents with financial information in them illegally.

Guest: Professor Shadrack Gutto, Constitutional Law Expert

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