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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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY URGED TO NOT LEND LEGITIMACY OR RECOGNITION TO THE MILITARY REGIME IN MYANMAR

It is important that the international community does not lend legitimacy or recognition to the military regime in Myanmar. That was the message delivered by the United Nations Secretary General's Special Envoy on Myanmar during an informal meeting in the General Assembly in which that country's legitimate Ambassador made an impassioned plea for international assistance to restore the elected government. With a warning that the military coup in early February risked pushing Myanmar back towards isolation from the international community. Sherwin Bryce-Pease reports.....
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HEALTHCARE WORKERS VACCINATED

Health workers across the country have started to receive their coronavirus vaccinations at various designated areas . At least 80,000 healthcare workers are expected to receive the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. President Cyril Ramaphosa and health minister Zweli Mkhize were among the first citizens to get inoculated . President Ramaphosa said that this was to show government's confidence in the vaccine and help allay any fears that people may have.For more Udo Carelse spoke to Sbongiseni Delihlazo , spokesperson for the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA)

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