Drivetime

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  Podcast , ±11 min episodes every 16 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
MAY
11am

What is left for Palestinians

Thousands of Palestinian commemorated the 70 th anniversary of Nakba following the 1948 declaration of Israel state. Their call demand is the right to return to their ancestral homes. After waiting for seven decades, what are their options. On line is Kammel Hawwash, Palestinian Activist and Engineer based in the UK
16
MAY
10am

Africa Utility Week

The African Utility Week opened in cape town yesterday with over 7000 delegates at Africa's biggest power utility gathering. DT producer Ibrahim Kangwa Chibwe was at the event and spoke to Marcus Cornaro, European Union Ambassador to SA, Dr Rajeev Singh,CEO, India Chamber of Commerce and Abhishek Shukla, Indian Consular General .
16
MAY
10am

IJR condemns Israel

The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation has condemned the recent acts of violence carried out by the Israeli armed forces against the Palestinians resulting in the deaths of 60 people with over 2000 wounded. On line is Stan Hekeman, Executive Director at IJR.
15
MAY
11am

Trump opens US embassy in Jerusalem

Tens of thousands of Palestinians gathered at the Gaza's border with Israel on the eve of the Nakba anniversary. Seventy years ago Palestinians were forced from their land and state of Israel was created. The protests coincided with the opening of the US embassy which has been relocated from Tel Aviv to contested area in Jerusalem. The move drew international condemnation. So what does it mean for the world's longest-running oppression. On line is Daoud Kuttab,Director General, Community Media Network.
15
MAY
10am

SA recalls ambassador from Israel

Now staying with the issue of Gaza, the big story overnight was that the SA government’s decided to pull its ambassador out of Israel. The withdrawal was in response to the Israeli army’s killing of 59 Palestinians protesting during the Great Return Marches, which has built up to today’s Nakba commemoration. Let’s hear from the SA Jewish board of Deputies. Cape chairman Rael Kaimowitz (Ki-mo-vitz) chats to us now….
15
MAY
4am

Embassy downgrade, what it means

South Africa's decision to withdraw the its Ambassador from Israel has been welcomed by the Palestinian Solidarity Movement in SA, but certainly there questions around South Africa's broader foreign policy approach to the Palestine – Israel conflict. The decision comes on the back of a resolution from the ANC's Nasrec Conference where they resolved to immediately and unconditionally down grade the SA embassy in Israel. We are now joined by Prof Salim Valley from the Palestinian Solidarity Movement.
14
MAY
10am

AUW- Water takes centre stage

African Utility Week will have a strong focus on water when the strategic water conference will showcase how partnerships, financial models and latest technological advances can make the greatest impact in meeting Africa's water demand. On line is Gerardt P Viljoen, Water Expert and Managing Director at Sensus SA.
14
MAY
10am

Hawks confirm bomb found at Verulam Mosque

The Hawks have confirmed that a device found at the Imam Hussein Mosque in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal was a bomb. Worshippers who had gathered for the evening prayers on Sunday had to be evacuated. On line is Jasmine Opperman, Director , Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium and Na'eem Jeenah, Executive Director at Afro-Middle East Centre based in South Africa.
11
MAY
11am

Ke Yona Team Search

Nedbank Ke Yona Team Search is the largest football talent search in SA. Former Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba joins us to tell us more
11
MAY
11am

Surprise result in Malaysia's election

Malaysia's former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed claimed election victory for the opposition coalition in a stunning comeback to politics 15 years after retirement. At 92. Mahathir now becomes the world's oldest prime minister. On line is Ali Sayed Akbar, a Malaysian political analyst and newspaper columnist.
11
MAY
10am

Verulam Mosque attack

Religious bodies have condemned the attack on a Mosque in Verulam in KwaZulu-Natal which left one person dead. Three men stormed the mosque and attacked the worshippers, one of them believed to be the Imam. We are now joined by Imam Rashied Omar, Moulana Aftab Haider, Mhamed Dangor and Shaykh Igsaan Taliep

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