Newsmakers and Guest Experts offer their insights and perspectives into the national and global discourse on politics, economics, education, social matters and comprehensive dialogues on cultural diversity and other essential issues of public interest like, poverty alleviation, unemployment rate and health related issues.
South Africa has a history of excellence in healthcare and healthcare innovation, having positioned itself at the forefront of some of the world’s most celebrated procedures. In recent years, the country has emerged as a serious contender within the Health Tourism industry; one of the fastest growing globally. What is it that makes us stand out when it comes to health tourism?
Our guest shares his views and thoughts on how to tackle rape culture and the problem of patriarchy. He argues that patriarchy makes rape happen constantly and it makes it acceptable for millions to get raped regularly.
We look at the politics of Cameroon and discuss in detail some of the challenges facing the country. Since November last year, there has been political unrest in the English speaking section of the country. Schools and other aspects of life have been severely interrupted. For many weeks now, the Anglophone problem has plunged Cameroon into a zone of turbulence. So what’s really happening in the country – are the concerns raised by the English speaking citizens legitimate?
The first quarter 2017 ushers in the new Market Conduct regulatory framework, which experts say will bring with it extensive regulatory change for all South African financial institutions. Industry watchers say that this is arguably the single most significant financial sector regulatory reform that South Africa has ever experienced. What does it mean for us as the public and what significant changes will it bring?
One key objective for every sector in the world is convenience. With technology advancing as it is and consumers depending more and more on the digital space, all institutions are pressured to keep up. We take a look now at the banking sector and how this advancing digital move is affecting them. Are they keeping up and what more do they need to do?
Chad's foreign minister Moussa Faki Mahamat was elected as the chairperson of the African Union commission at a summit of the 54-nation body. He is taking over from outgoing AU chair Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma who has been in office since 2012. What should we expect from the AU under his leadership?
In a country where more than half the population struggles to eat regularly. This morning we examine why obesity has become such a massive problem in South Africa? We unpack some of the issues pertaining to poverty and obesity, and look at some researched facts.