The Weekend View

SAFM  |  Podcast , ±12 min episodes every 2 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
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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TRIBUTES POUR IN FOR PRINCE PHILLIP

World leaders are sending their condolences to the British Royal Family after Buckingham Palace on friday announced the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, at the age of 99. As the husband of Queen Elizabeth the second, he was the longest serving consort in history. From the UK, John Bevir looks back at his life of royal service ....
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APR

CONCERNS RAISED OVER THE INCREASE OF COVID-19 POSITIVE CASES AT INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING

There are concerns over the increase of Covid-19 positive cases at institutions of higher learning. This follows a cluster outbreak at the University of Pretoria where 115 students have tested positive for the virus since the 19th of March. While all organised student activities have been put on hold, the university says it does not expect classes to be disrupted as only a few first year students were allowed back into residence with the rest continuing with online classes. The Department of Higher Education's wellness and development centre has also warned of possible outbreaks across universities amid a looming third wave. Phumzile Mlangeni reports.
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APR

ACE MAGASHULE SAYS HE RESPECTS AND HAS ACCEPTED THE DECISION OF THE ANC NEC FOR HIM TO STEP DOWN

ANC secretary general, Ace Magashule says he respects and has accepted the decision of the ANC NEC for him to step down. On Monday, the governing party's highest decision making body instructed all members, who face criminal charges to step-aside within 30 days or be suspended. Magashule and 14 others face corruption charges in the Bloemfontein Regional Court, relating to the asbestos housing project in the Free State while he was premier. Political Correspondent, Ntebo Mokobo was there, and filed this report...
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THE LAST FEW MONTHS HAVE BEEN AN EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER FOR SABC EMPLOYEES ACROSS THE COUNTRY

The last few months have been an emotional rollercoaster for SABC employees across the country. This week 621 people left the employ of the public broadcaster. Of these 346 opted for voluntary severance packages due to lower salary packages being offered to them. Those that remain bid an untimely farewell to many they considered family at the Corporation. This week the SABC entered into it's new structure after issuing a notice to all staff indicating that the retrenchment process has been concluded. Prabashini Moodley recaps on some of the most touching moments of the week.....

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