Talk on 2000

RADIO 2000  |  Podcast , ±29 min episodes every 1 week  | 
Talk on 2000 is a Talk Show that tackles the biggest stories of the day speaking to people behind the stories and connecting with SABC journalists on the top stories. The show also tackles topics of human and national importance like mining, education, health, land, rural development, job creation, parliamentary education and African politics focusing mostly on the subject of peace and security around the continent. 

It also carries an inspirational element as it sits down and speaks to some inspirational and high achieving personalities from politicians to business people, authors and entrepreneurs. Visit for more.

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The Institute of Race Relations released a report titled Economic Empowerment for the Disadvantaged - 24 JULY 2018

➢ The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) has released a report titled Economic Empowerment for the Disadvantaged – A Better Way to Empower South Africa’s Poor. The report makes the case for a thorough-going reform of the country’s approach to empowerment. It further addresses the profound failures of Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) in overcoming persisting disadvantages that continue to lock millions of people, particularly black South Africans, out of the formal economy. Tonight, we’ll look at this report in detail by speaking to a representative from the IRR.

11 people were shot dead in KZN while traveling in a taxi - 23 July 2018

Yesterday 11 people were shot dead in KZN while traveling in a taxi from a funeral to Johannesburg. Police are now investigating the matter as an incident of taxi violence. The victims were allegedly from a taxi association in Gauteng and had come to attend the funeral of one of their members. To speak to us more about what is being done to solve this heinous crime we are joined on the line by the spokesperson of the South African Police Services (SAPS), Brigadier Vish Naidoo.

KG chats to Professor Andre Duvenage about what he makes of the outcomes of the two ANC elective conferences held

23 July 2018 ➢ The ANC in Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal held their elective conferences over the weekend. In Gauteng around 1244 out of a total of 1256 voting ANC delegates elected Premier David Makhura as the province chairperson while Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi was elected as his deputy. In KZN Sihle Zikalala retained his position as the province chairperson while Mike Mabuyakhulu beat Willies Mchunu to become the deputy chairperson. This evening we’ll speak to political analyst, Professor Andre Duvenage about what he makes of the outcomes of the two conferences.

Nelson Mandela Centenary Dialogue Discussion - 16 July 2018

Today while speaking at the Nelson Mandela Centenary Dialogue, former First Lady Graça Machel said that young people should redesign the systems that were created by colonialism. The big question is, how should youth go about doing this and is this an easy task? Joining us in studio for this conversation are Penuel Maduna- student, youth activist and CEO of Young People in Business Group, Phemelo Paledi, Admitted Artomey and Founder of Project E4S (an NGO that focusses on building young people in the areas of academic excellence, leadership and social responsibility) as well as Thato Mashishi who is also an admitted attorney.

Personality of The week - 14 June 2018

Our personality of the week tonight is 27 years old Jack Mthembu who is founder and chief executive of First One Adventures and The Entrepreneurs Club. Gift graduated with a degree in chartered accountancy from North West University (NWU) and worked for only six weeks for a consulting firm before quitting his first job to focus on entrepreneurship.

Money Matters - 13 June 2018

In our Money Matters feature we’ll look at the notion of black tax, what it means and how it’s understood by different sectors of the community. John Manyike who is head of financial education at Old Mutual joins us now in studio for this conversation.

Property Matters - 5 June 2018

In our property matters feature this evening we’ll look at how agents determine the amount of a deposit paid by a tenant for a property they will be renting. We’ll also look at what the deposit is used for as well as when it should be refunded when a tenant vacates the property. Dineo Molomo of Dineo Properties joins us in studio for this conversation.

Africa Talks - 4 June 2018

This evening in our Africa Talks segment we’ll look at the announcement by the Department of basic education to possibly make history compulsory in schools following the recommendation by a task team that was looking into of feasibility of implementing this. According to the South African Democratic Teachers Union, local history should be taught to students to help build a united nation. Ntate Izak Khomo joins us now in studio to look at this in detail.

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