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11
MAY

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE  | Sthembiso Msomi  Editor - Sunday Times 

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE 
 
The role of Prince Buthelezi 
 
The AmaZulu Prime Minister, Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi gave an update on matters of the Royal Family today. He also mentioned that the Prince Simakade Zulu has no intention of contesting the Zulu royal throne, and there is no succession dispute involving him. and that the King is allowed to lead even if he is not married. 
He also dismissed the KwaZulu-Natal ANC’s reaction on the statement regarding the se-curity around the King….which led to other things between him and the ANC. 
 
Our guest 
Sthembiso Msomi 
Editor - Sunday Times 
11
MAY

SMME EXCHANGE  | Siyabulela Mciteka Founder: Sia Panda Braai

SMME EXCHANGE 
 
Today we are starting a series on the Township and Village Economy.We will be talking to different entrepreneurs on their challenges and triumphs. Today we start with Sia Panda Braai. 
What do they do, the challenges etc 
 
To speak to us 
Siyabulela Mciteka
Founder: Sia Panda Braai
11
MAY

BUSINESS WRAP | Makwe Masilela  CIO at Makwe Fund Managers

BUSINESS WRAP
 
 
Makwe Masilela 
CIO at Makwe Fund Managers

 
 
• Big government union moves one step closer to national strike
• State unlikely to freeze public-sector wages for three years, says Fitch
• World picketed by workers demanding Covid-19 relief funds
• PIC staff warn of ‘existential crisis’
10
MAY

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE| Mzwandile Mbeje  SABC Political editor

ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa gave an update on the NEC meeting outcomes that took place this past weekend. The meeting touched on a number of issues including land, economy, the step aside rule, leaked audio, local government etc. 
 
The suspended SG of the ANC, Ace Magashule was told to apologise publicly for the letter of suspension he wrote to the President. 
 
A person who is following this story 
 
Mzwandile Mbeje 
SABC Political editor
10
MAY

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER  | Irvine Jim

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER 
 
The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa, Numsa, held its 
National Bargaining Conference this past weekend. Delegates from across the country met at the three-day conference that sought to discuss and draw core resolutions against the lowering of benefits and conditions of workers, wage cuts, defend collective bargaining and stop de-industrialisation and a job-loss bloodbath.
 
To speak to u
10
MAY

BUSINESS WRAP Bandile Mathandela  Market analyst

BUSINESS WRAP
Bandile Mathandela 
Market analyst 
 
• Adapt IT’s shares plunge amid CEO divorce battle reports
• Former Spur CEO Pierre van Tonder dies in hospital
• Clicks to acquire retailer Pick n Pay’s pharmacies
• ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI LIMITED 
06
MAY

KULTURE TALK | Siyabonga Mthembu  Band member and founder 

KULTURE TALK 
 
The Brother Moves On (TBMO) is a performance art ensemble from Johannes-
brother Siyabonga Mthembu.TBMO began as a self-proclaimed art movement mainly of graphic and fine artists and since began incorporating instrumental-ists for the live performance environment.
 
 
Play: The Brother Moves On - Umthandazo Wamagenge  (song approved) 
 
To speak to us 
Siyabonga Mthembu 
Band member and founder 
06
MAY

BUSINESS WRAP II Ms. Kaashifah Beukes  CEO of the Saldanha Bay IDZ

BUSINESS WRAP II
 
The Saldanha Bay industrial development zone (IDZ) has launched the first phase of a R3.5bn expansion drive, which will be one of the largest projects the government has embarked on in the Western Cape. The IDZ, which is be-ing developed into an offshore and maritime hub, is part of the government’s programme to establish special economic zones (SEZs) in each of the nine provinces. 
 
To speak to us 
Ms. Kaashifah Beukes 
CEO of the Saldanha Bay IDZ
06
MAY

BUSINESS WRAP | Zwelakhe Mnguni 

BUSINESS WRAP
 
 
Zwelakhe Mnguni 
Chief Investment Officer & Co-Founder · Benguela Global Fund Managers

 
 
• Saldanha Bay IDZ launches port expansion project
• Take 2: Crowdfunding bidder makes revised offer to buy SA Express
• Zambia shutters seized copper mine as prices soar towards record
• SIBANYE STILLWATER LIMITED
05
MAY

Under the Microscope  | Ongama Mtimka  Political analyst - Nelson Mandela University

Under the Microscope 
 
ACE MAGASHULE 
 
Ace Magashule has been suspended as ANC secretary-general. In a letter to Magashule, signed by his deputy Jessie Duarte, the ANC said he is suspended temporarily pending the outcome of fraud and corruption charges he is facing. Magashule was charged for his alleged involvement in fraud and corruption relating to a R255m asbestos project in the Free State under his watch as premier. While he is suspended, Magashule may not repre-sent the ANC or mobilise structures, he will, however, be entitled to his salary.
 
 
To speak to us 
Ongama Mtimka 
Political analyst - Nelson Mandela University
05
MAY

TECH CONVERSATIONS | Stanley Semelane Senior Researcher at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

TECH CONVERSATIONS 
 
Stanley Semelane  recently finished his PhD study where he was
investigating localisation impacts of manufacturing solar PV in coal
phase-out regions. The study characterised the economic feasibility of manu-facturing solar photovoltaics (PV) in coal phasing-out regions through a case study of Steve Tshwete Local Municipality (STLM).
 
He joins me on the line 
Stanley Semelane
Senior Researcher at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

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