The Weekend View

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Current Affairs programme which provides listeners with the latest local and International news hosted by Elvis Preslin. Tune in 104-107 every Saturday and Sunday morning from 6 to 7 am

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Bullying and prejudice have damaging effects on victims and their families

It's an issue that cannot be taken lightly. Bullying and prejudice have damaging effects on victims and their families. An adult who has suffered humiliation has made an impassioned plea to authorities to urgently deal with the scourge. Primary school teacher Mpho Mawela is, what she calls herself, a plus-size mother. The 32-year was bullied as a child, and she's still being body-shamed. She shared her story with reporters Maageketla Mohlabe and Molebogeng Gulwako …


The widow of Lindani Myeni who was shot by Honolulu, Hawaii Police in the United States last week, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. During a press conference in Honolulu, family attorney Jim Bickerton accused police of attacking Myeni without announcing themselves as law enforcement. Bickerton said the KZN-born rugby player was merely defending himself when blinded by a police Maglite. They have also cited race as a determinative factor in how the police approached Myeni before shooting him four times. Sherwin Bryce-Pease reports.


In recent months former president Jacob Zuma has found himself having to be in and out of the country's courts for one reason or the other. Recently former president Zuma defied the highest court in the land to appear before the State Capture Commission, citing unfairness. He has also rejected a request by the same court to file an affidavit suggesting what sanction he should face if it finds him guilty of contempt for defying its order to testify before a panel that's probing graft during his tenure.. In other news Zuma suffered another court blow when the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein dismissed his appeal against a judgment which ruled the state is not liable to cover his legal costs. The high court in Pretoria had found in December 2018 that the state was not liable for Zuma's legal costs incurred in his personal capacity and ordered that he pay back the money. To look at the former president's on going battle with the law, Udo Carelse spoke to Law professor, Omphemetse Sibanda of the University of Limpopo

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