The Tim Modise Network

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Join veteran radio personality Tim Modise, as he creates a platform that inspires, informs and empowers you, through compelling topics and insightful conversations with influential and renowned guests. The Modise Network is your personal passport to connect to a community of thought leaders, like-minded visionaries and ambitious individuals that are changing their society and the world around them.
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APR
7pm
The degeneration of the rand exchange rate due to the junk status downgrade is set to hit household pockets soon in terms of food prices. Head of Economic and Agribusiness Intelligence at Agbiz, Wandile Sihlobo explains the various junk status impacts as they filter through to the agriculture and food sectors, as well as how land expropriation without compensation may not be the right tool to use in solving food insecurity in SA.
17
APR
6pm
Former Hawks Head Lieutenant General Berning Ntlemeza has insisted that he will be back at work on Tuesday, this despite a court judgment ordering his removal and the appointment of his replacement Yolisa Matakata by Minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula. The Helen Suzman Foundation Director Francis Antonie discusses their year long court battle for contesting his suitability for office.
17
APR
6pm
Following remarks that the recent cabinet reshuffle was long overdue, ANC KwaZulu-Natal Chair, Sihle Zikalala joins Tim to dispel rumors of factionalism in the race towards the Presidency between Dr Nkosazana Zuma and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.
10
APR
7pm
The high court in Pretoria reversed Minister Dipuo Peters' decision to dissolve the PRASA Baord, chaired by Popo Molefe, rendering their dismissal null en void. Spokesperson for the reinstated Chairperson and PRASA, Victor Dlamini explains what PRASA's main operational priorities will now be given the return of their board.
10
APR
7pm
CEO in the Office of the Tax Ombud, Adv Eric Mkhawane joins the show to explain the role of the tax ombud as well as how South African citizens begin to engage with their office in order to resolve tax disputes. Mkhawane also explains the ongoing probe their office has undertaken into alleations of late refunds made by SARS and how there may be systemic issues behind the delayed payments.
10
APR
6pm
Tshwane Executive Mayor Solly Msimanga last week had his first State of the City Address interrupted with violence as opposing party council members raised issue with the Mayor. Msimanga discusses how he received no reprieve from provincial or national police and state security leaders in resolving the dispute. Msimanga runs us through his plans for the City including the much anticipated AgriParks initiative in the Westernarea.
10
APR
6pm
With the commemoration of the killing of struggle hero Chris Hani, friend, General Bantu Holomisa joins us on the show to give us a personal glimpse into the kind of man Hani was. Holomisa also discusses the UDM's successful application to the Constitutional Court to have the upcoming vote of no confidence in President Zuma done through secret ballot.
04
APR
6pm
President of the Progressive Professionals Forum Mzwanele Manyi explains how the recent junk status downgrade will in fact work in the favour of radical economic transformation, and how the legitimacy of President Jacob Zuma should in no way be questioned.
04
APR
6pm
Given South African's current political and economic turmoil, how do we as a country fare in comparison to our other African countries? Do we remain the gateway to Africa and the pillar of democratic and economic prosperity? Africa business expert and author Victor Kgomoeswana joins us to discuss.