Drivetime

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  Podcast , ±12 min episodes every 18 hours  | 
The Drivetime Show is hosted by Shafiq Morton and has a national and international flavour. During the show the interviews will focus on issues making news nationally, be it the enquiry into the Arms Deal to the current famine in the Horn of Africa. The after five interview on Drivetime, will usually be the analysis slot where the biggest story of the day or week is analyzed. During this show listener participation is encourage via the station’s sms facility.

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SEP
11am

Mozambican peace accord, what next?

The Mozambican government recently signed a peace deal with the Renamo opposition party, in time for elections in October. This is the most decisive step so far towards ending the conflict that begun in 2013. But the peace deal is haunted by at least three potential issues. On line is Teaching Associate in Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University, Dr Justine Pearce.
19
SEP
11am

Netanyahu looks to coalition

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called on his main rival, former army general Benny Gantz, to join him in broad, governing coalition after Israeli elections ended with no clear winner. So what next for corruption accused Benjamin Netanyahu? On line is journalist and columnist at Haaretz Newspaper, Gideon Levy.
19
SEP
10am

Bleak future for African children

Some 250 million children under five , about 25 percent in low to middle income countries are at a higher risk of not achieving their full potential due to extreme poverty and nor receiving nurturing care. On line is South African representative of the African Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health ( AACAMH) Dr Anusha Lachman.
18
SEP
11am

Mustafa Barghouti SA tour

With so much happening on the Israeli political landscape, today’s after 5 guest is going to be interesting. Instudio we welcome Dr Mustafa Barghouthi , Palestinian physician, activist, and politician. Dr Barghouti serves as General Secretary of the Palestinian National Initiative (PNI),also known as Al Mubadara. He is a member of the Palestinian Legislative Council since 2006 and is also a member of the PLO Central Council. In 2007, Barghouti was Minister of Information in the Palestinian Unity Government. He is on tour to SA to engage with civil society and government to build solidarity for Palestine in South Africa.
18
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10am

Weekly Africa Report

In this week's Africa report, we look at the Tunisian elections where independent candidate Kais Saieb and imprisoned media mogul Nabil Karoui have advanced to a run off votes in the September 15 elections. Meanwhile, as South Africa sends a task team for damage control, Malawi says the country was overlooked after several of its citizens were attacked in South Africa. So where will all this end? On line is Managing Consultant at Democracy Centre in Zambia, Chris Zimba.
18
SEP
10am

UK government apologises for arms sale to Saudi Arabia

The UK government has apologised for authorising arms deals to Saudi Arabia in breach of a court ruling against the sale of weapons that could be used in the war in Yemen. On line from London is Media coordinator for Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), Andrew Smith
17
SEP
10am

World weekly economic report

In this week's world economic report, we look at the drone attack on Saudi oil fields and the impact to the global economy. Meanwhile, South Africa appears to be moving towards trade protection as authorities call for curbing of illegal Chinese products. While the country takes a dive on economic rankings, Gauteng premier says certain economic sectors must be reserved for locals. On line is Senior Fellow at University of Pretoria, Dr Jason Muysoka.
17
SEP
10am

IFAA calls for solidarity for Africans in SA

The Institute for African Alternatives has raised concerns over the outbreak of violence and hostility towards foreign nationals from the rest of the continent. About 600 Nigerians have voluntarily left South Africa after the violence begun last month. On line is Director at the Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA) Professor Ben Turok
16
SEP
11am

Shaykh Al Asi tour of SA

American Shaykh Muhammad Al Asi is currently on tour of South Africa, doing public discussions on Global Authority on Islam. Shaykh Al Asi is also the author of “The World Acclaimed Tafsir, The Ascendancy of Qur'an. He now joins us live in studio.
16
SEP
10am

Saudi Arabia suffers military attack on oil fields

The highly disruptive drone attacks on Aramco oil facilities in eastern Saudi Arabia are arguably the most significant military operation yet against the US allied Kingdom's critical infrastructure. Yemen's Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility. On line from Yemen is journalist Nasser Arrabyee
16
SEP
10am

Special task team on anti-immigrant violence

President Ramaphosa has sent special envoys to African countries in an effort to reaffirm South Africa's position on African migrants in the country. South Africa's international reputation was dented severely following the violence that rocked Gauteng. On line Director of Research at Auwal Socio- Economic Research Institute (ASRI), Angelo Fick
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10am

WEF, what next for SA?

Following the World Economic Forum on Africa summit in Cape Town, the focus was on the progress that has been made in implementing some of the resolutions reached at the last forum. Issues such as the Fourth Industrial Revolution and youth unemployment are some of the challenges confronting the continent. On line is Don Valley Managing Director Solly Moeng.

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