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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16
JUL
9am

Who will be WC Police chief?

As the battle for a Western Cape police chief intensifies, the man in the running for the province's top job is embroiled in a two decade court battle with the police ministry. On line is Investigative journalist Caryn Dolley.
16
JUL
9am

Gangs and violence on the Cape Flats

The Cape flats is currently enduring an intense period of gang violence, in which over 900 people have been murdered in the first half of the year. But these are nationwide problems to which there can be only national solutions. On line is Senior Analyst at Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime Simone Haysom.
16
JUL
9am

Zuma appears at Zondo Commission

Former president Jacob appeared at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry. The Commission is looking into allegations of State capture. On line is Political Science lecturer at UNISA Professor Dirk Kotze.
16
JUL
9am

SAFCEI raises concern over budget vote on Energy

The Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute (SAFCEI) says the proposed energy plans by mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe will further add to the country's climate crisis. On line is SAFCEI Executive Director Francesca de Gasparis.
15
JUL
7am

Is the SANDF a viable option to fight crime on the Cape Flats?

The South African National Defence Forces (SANDF) has been deployed in gang-ridden areas in the Western Cape. Minister of Police Bheki Cele told parliament the military will work with police to stabilise the areas. Online is School of Security and African Studies, Faculty of Military Sciences at Stellenbosch University, Dr Ntsikelelo Benjamin Breakfast.
09
JUL
11am

Israel asked to quit trying to Judaise al Quds

British Palestinian engineering professor at the University of Birmingham Kamel Hawwash has argued that Israel should stop trying to Judaise al Quds. The Holy city is known for its Arab Palestinian character as important part of its world renowned diversity. Kamel now joins us on line.
09
JUL
10am

How should young South Africans find employment?

The recent contraction of the South African economy does not bode well for the country's unemployment crisis. Decades of weak economic performance and less job creation will make young people struggle to find employment. On line is Researcher at the Centre for Social Development in Africa, University of Johannesburg Senzelwe Mthembu.
09
JUL
10am

Is Cyril protecting Gordhan?

Is president Ramaphosa protecting minister Gordhan? That is the questions currently being asked as to why the president is failing to act on the Public Protector's recommendation for remedial action. On line is Political Analyst Ralph Mathekga.
08
JUL
11am

What is Sahwa? - The movement under pressure in Saudi

The Saudi al -Sahwa al-Islamiyya (Islamic awakening)or Sahwa , was a period of powerful social and political change in Saudi Arabia between the 1960s and 1980s. Despite several waves of state repression since the 1990, the Muslim Brotherhood- inspired religious movement has maintained an influence over the years . Now for more we are joined by aljazeera journalist Arwa Ibrahim.
08
JUL
10am

AU members sign trade agreement

The African nations officially launched a landmark trade agreement at an AU Summit in Niger yesterday. The agreement has been hailed as a historic step towards 'peace and prosperity” across the continent. On line is Professor of International Developmental Law and African Economy at University of Pretoria Danny Bradlow.

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