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
JAN
9am

College of Cape Town

The college of Cape Town is offering courses for pre-matric and post-matric for 2020. In studio we Deputy principal, Innovation and Development, Achmat Gafieldien.
16
JAN
9am

ANC, Tito fall out

The ANC have admonished NEC member and minister of finance Tito Mboweni. The fallout comes following Mboweni's tweet on the party's resolution to nationalize the Reserve Bank. On line is Independent analyst Khaya Sithole.
16
JAN
9am

CWU slams Telkom for retrenchments

Telkom SA have told Unions it could cut up to 3,000 of staff as the company struggles with financial difficulties. The Telecom provider says it will consider voluntary severance and early retirement. On line is Communication Workers Union General Secretary, Aubrey Tshabalala
15
JAN
10am

HRW world report 2020

Weak domestic and regional institutions undermined human rights in several Southern African Development Community member countries during 2019, Human Rights Watch said in its World Report 2020. Despite commitments to protect human rights , several countries struggled to promote human rights. On line is Southern Africa Director at Human Rights Watch (HRW) Dewa Mavhinga.
15
JAN
9am

How business can improve education outcomes

Education continues to receive the most corporate support, with 94 % of companies investing in, and an average of 50 % social investment expenditure going to the sector in 2019. So how can business help to improve education outcomes? On line is Content Manager at Trialogue, Ziyaan Davids Anter.
15
JAN
2am

World Weekly Economic Report

We are back with World Weekly Economic report and today we analyse the prevailing US-Iran tensions and how the impact to the world economy. Meanwhile in London, Prince Harry has announced plans to withdraw from royal duties and lead an independent future. At home, Business SA is hosting an Indaba aimed at finding solutions to deal with economic crisis facing the country. This comes after the ruling ANC delivered its January 8 Statement, with Eskom dominating the dialogue. So what are the solutions for the country going forward? On line is Executive Director for Democracy Development Project (DDP) Dr Paul Kariuki.
09
JAN
2am

Iran fires multiple missiles at US military bases in Iraq

Iran has fired more than a dozen rockets at two Iraq military bases hosting the US troops . The rockets fired at the Ain al Asad base in Anbar province and Erbil came amid escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran following the assassination of Iranian military commander Qaseem Soleimani. On line from London is Professor in International Relations Affairs at Durham University, Professor Anoush Ehteshami.
09
JAN
2am

80.3 Percent recorded for the 2019 Matric results

A matric pass rate of 80.3 percent was recorded for the 2019 National Senior Certificate following the release of results last night. Then pass rate has remained within the 60 /80 percent range. And to help us with analysis is Senior lecture in the School of Education at Wits University, Dr Emmanuel Mushayikwa.
08
JAN
3am

HRW says US government must come clean on threats to Iran

Following the assassination of top Iranian general Qaseem Soleimani, the Human Rights Watch has issued a statement calling for the US to respect international protocol. The US has threatened to strike Iranian cultural sites if the Iran attacks any US installations in the middle east. This is Talk Back
08
JAN
2am

Robben Island workers embark on strike

Robben Island workers have embarked on strike over a nine percent salary increase. Union representative National Education, Health and Allied Workers Union,(Nehawu) is urging the management to come back to the negotiating table. For more is Nehawu western cape provincial secretary, Erick Kweleta.

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