Drivetime

THE VOICE OF THE CAPE  |  Podcast , ±11 min episodes every 17 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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06
DEC
9am

Combating racism in the S.A

South Africa has a very painful past and the wounds are not going to heal quickly. Many bridges between the diverse people need to be built and maintained. However combating racism wont be easy and needs conscientising. On line is CEO of ITCHAF Training Institute Devan Moonsamy.
06
DEC
9am

Land mark orthopedic procedure for amputees

A Stellenbosch University professor, in collaboration with the Institute for Orthopaedics at Mediclinic have performed South Africa's first osseointegration prosthesis implant. The new procedure will drastically improve the lives of leg amputees. On line is Othopaedic Surgeon at the Division of Othopaedics, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University professor Nando Ferreira
05
DEC
9am

Shamila Batohi is the new DPP

The appointment of Advocate Shamila Batohi as the new Director of Public Prosecution has been widely welcomed. Since 1994, no DPP has completed his tenure of office in the democratic South Africa, making it the toughest job in the country. On line is Director and Head of Projects at Accountability Now Advocate Paul Hoffman.
03
DEC
9am

Zimbabwe: Kgalema Motlanthe commission of inquiry

A Non Governmental Organisation in Zimbabwe has expressed fears of tempering with evidence following the conclusion of the Kgalema Motlanthe Commission of Inquiry. The inquiry was tasked to probe the killings of civilians by the military post elections. On line is Crisis Group Senior Consultant for Southern Africa Piers Pigou.
03
DEC
9am

AKF hosts youth camp on Robben Island

The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation is hosting a four day Youth leadership Camp at Robben Island. This comes as result of the Foundation's centenary project aimed at continuing the legacy of Kathrada and Mandela generation of leaders. On line is the foundation's Executive Director Neeshan Bolton.
30
NOV
10am

Book Review: House of Tshatshu

In rural South Africa today, chieftaincies are resurging after having been disbanded in colonial times. Among these is the amaTshatshu of the Eastern Cape, which was disbanded in 1852 by the British and recognised once more under the democratic ANC dispensation. Online is author Dr Ann Kelk Mager
30
NOV
9am

Media Hit Parade

We turn our attention to Media Hit Parade and see who has been hitting the numbers in terms of new. On line is Acumen Media co-founder Tonya Khoury.
30
NOV
9am

Coalition forces kill 23 civilians in Helmand

At least 23 civilians were killed when allied forces hit the city of Garmser in Helmand province of Afghanistan. Initial indications suggest that among those killed were women and children. The air strike comes days after the Afghan's government planned peace talks with the Taliban leaders. On line from Kabul is Political Analyst Nazar Mohammed Mutmaeen.
29
NOV
9am

Bo-Kaap Youth Movement breaks its silence

The Bo-Kaap Youth Movement today held a press conference after coming under severe criticism form the community for entering into an agreement with Construction company Blok, which has allowed for the construction of high rise buildings in the area. VOC journalist Tauhierah Salie monitored the events.
28
NOV
9am

Weekly Africa Report

We continue with our Weekly Africa Report and today we focus on Gabon, where president Ali Bongo has been absent for over a month due to poor health. In Lesotho, Members of Parliament (MP) are demanding a 100 percent pay increase despite being the already among the best paid on the Continent. On line is regular guest, Managing Consultant at Democracy Centre in Zambia Chris Zimba. Follow him at afrodemocracy.word-press.com.
28
NOV
9am

NGO's unhappy with NHI Bill

Civil Society Organisations are calling for proper consideration of public comments on the National Health Insurance ( NHI ) Bill. The draft bill was finally published for comment in June 2018 despite requests for extension by these organisations. On line is Section 27 Activist Nomatter Ndebele.

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