Breakfast Beat

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 13 hours  | 
The Breakfast Beat show focuses mainly on issues that are of concern to the community that Voice of the Cape serves. The show is actuality based and will feature interviews with prominent politicians, community activists and leaders. During the 3 hour morning drive show, listener participation is encouraged and the lines are open for the full duration of the show. From time to time, the Breakfast show also hosts roundtable discussions on topical issues like the work of the National Planning Commission to Metrorail. The idea behind the Breakfast show is to inform, uplift and educate the community and their suggestions are always taken into account. This show is hosted by Najma Bibi Noor Mohamed.

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14
FEB
12am

Analysis : #Zexit

The country is set to undergo some drastic changes as the African National Congress (ANC) yesterday confirmed the party’s decision to recall President Jacob Zuma. For analysis Breakfast Beat spoke to Political analyst Tasneem Essop.
13
FEB
12am

Analysis on outcomes of special NEC meeting

Since the postponement of the State of the Nation, the fate of the country have been hanging on a balance as the National Executive Committee (NEC) met yesterday to discuss Zuma’s future in office. Joining us for analysis on the Sanusha Naidoo, Political analyst Guest: Sanusha Naidoo Position: Political analyst
12
FEB
11pm

Volunteers needed for City water management plan

The City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre is gearing up for Day Zero and requires volunteers to assist at the various distribution points. Alderman JP Smith, Mayoral Committee Member for Safety and Security; and Social Services chatted to the Breakfast Beat
24
JAN
11pm

WISA on Cape water crisis

The Water Institute of South Africa spoke to breakfast beat on the current water crisis in the Western Cape as well as the upcoming water conference which will take place in June this year.
22
JAN
12am

Call for non black ban in funeral industry

Outraged Indian funeral parlor owners have vowed to fight an imminent ban from operating in black areas, dismissing the directive from a new industry association as being akin to apartheid policy and going against the constitution. But Nkosentsha Shezi, secretary-general of the National Funeral Parlour Association of SA (Nafupa-SA), said the decision was aimed at creating equity within the industry. Breakfast Beat spoke to Mr Shezi to explain further NAFUPA’s view point.
17
JAN
10am

SATOA provides an update on al-Mujaahiedeen

It has been three weeks since 32 mu’tamireen, who were scheduled to travel with al-Mujaahiedeen for Umrah, discovered that their payments on their flights with Emirates Airlines had defaulted. After repeated phone calls to al-Mujaahiedeen’s founder and CEO, Imam Isgaak Cassim, VOC’s calls were not responded to. In the final communication, between VOC News and the operator, we were informed that affected mu’tamireen would be repaid in the first week of January 2018. VOC reporter Thakira Desai spoke to the President of the South African Tour Operators Association (SATOA), Adam Jainodien, who provided an update on the matter.
05
JAN
12am

SAHUC - Hajj 1439 /2018 Accreditation

The South African Hajj and Umrah Council has decided to release accreditation earlier this year in order to accommodate all qualifying hujaaj,it has been noted in previous years that delays have resulted in operational issues whereby those accredited at a later time feel the strain ,this year accredited hujaaj will be notified by 15 Jan. Mr Mohamed Vaid of SAHUC National president spoke to Breakfast Beat
05
JAN
12am

D-Day For Child Maintenance Defaulters In SA

As of today 5 January, child maintenance dodgers will be traced through their cellphone numbers and blacklisted. Sections of the Maintenance Amendment Act came into effect this morning.The new law gives maintenance officers power to track down defaulters through information obtained from cellphone service providers.Advocate Hishaam Mohamed,the Provincial Head of the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development in the Western Cape spoke to Breakfast Beat

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