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APR

KULTURE TALK  | Mandisi Sindo 

KULTURE TALK 
 
Mandisi Sindo 
South African shack theatres innovator, social entrepreneur, artivist, ac-tor, presenter/mc/host, writer, director, voice over artist, and a site spe-cific work creator/curato
22
APR

BUSINESS WRAP | Bandile Mathandela  Market analyst 

 
BUSINESS WRAP
 
Bandile Mathandela 
Market analyst 

 
 
• Tokyo Sexwale press conference 
• Clicks Group interim results 
• Netcare Limited voluntary trading update 
• Reserve Bank's Unathi Kamlana named commissioner of financial sector reg-ulator
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APR

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE  | Ofentse Mokoena  Transport economist - North West University

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE 
 
It’s been reported that Transnet wants to minimise its financial exposure to a R100bn plan to nearly quadruple the size of its container capacity and grow its car-handling capacity by two-thirds at the Durban harbour.
 
How is it planning to do this and will it work? 
 
To speak to us this and more (around the fuel levy) 
 
 
Ofentse Mokoena 
Transport economist - North West University
21
APR

TECH CONVERSATIONS | Yamkela Spengane  Technology researcher

TECH CONVERSATIONS  
 
Different tech companies have come to the party regarding the fire that devas-tated parts of Cape Town. Bottles launched a feature that allows users to do-nate much-needed items to support firefighters. OneDayOnly has launched a feature on its website that enables locals to easily donate funds.  UberCOMMU-NITY encourages locals to donate to fire relief efforts in Cape Town. 
 
To have more chat on this 
 
Yamkela Spengane 
Technology researcher
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APR

BUSINESS WRAP | Makwe Masilela  CIO - Makwe Fund Managers 

BUSINESS WRAP
 
Makwe Masilela 
CIO - Makwe Fund Managers 

 
 
• Pick n Pay loses R4bn in sales due to Covid-19 lockdown bans
• Disaster for Business as Mozambique Gas Boom Turns to Bust
• MPs question powerships deal
• MTN rolls out R300 million project to capture fibre-starved communities
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APR

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE  | Former Gauteng health MEC Dr Bandile Masuku

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE 
 
Former Gauteng health MEC Dr Bandile Masuku said he is appealing a finding by the ANC provincial disciplinary committee that he brought the party into disrepute over his role  for the procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE). Recently, Dr Masuku lost a court
bid to set aside a report by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) which found that he knew about his department’s irregular procurement processes and failed to execute his functions in compliance with the constitution and Public Finance Management Act.
 
He joins me 
Dr Bandile Masuku 
Former Gauteng Health MEC 
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APR

SMMExCHANGE  |Noluvo Ngcwabe Barloworld's head of corporate social investment

SMMExCHANGE  
 
Social entrepreneurs are invited to submit their entries for consideration for incubation to the second leg of a Barloworld flagship entrepreneurial programme known as Mbewu. The entries for the 2021/2022 programme are open and close on 14 May 2021. 
 
Mbewu, launched by Barloworld in 2019, is to provide support to social enterprises and start-ups that work innovatively to solve social challenges through their entrepreneurial activities.
 
To speak to us 
 
Noluvo Ngcwabe
Barloworld's head of corporate social investment
20
APR

RAND WATER | SAKI MAKUME

RAND WATER 
 
Yesterday we spoke to the The SA Municipal Workers’ Union on an indefinite strike that is set to begin tomorrow.  Rand Water supplies Gauteng’s three metropolitan municipalities, local municipalities, mines and other industries, and parts of Mpumalanga, North West and Free State with an average of 3.653-million litres of potable water daily.
 
There’s been some concern regarding water interruptions as this will not only affect the households but the industries too.
 
To speak to us 
 
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APR

BUSINESS WRAP   Nolwandle Mthombeni  Market analyst     

BUSINESS WRAP
 
Nolwandle Mthombeni 
Market analyst 

 
 
• Absa CEO Daniel Mminele steps down due to strategic differences with board
• Cell C grows revenues from its prepaid customers
• Mineral sales keep breaking records
• Zimbabwe Retains 7.4% Growth Target on Improved Farm Output
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APR

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE  |Thulani Tshefuta  Nedlac Community Constituency Overall Convenor

UNDER THE MICROSCOPE 
 
 
The lobby groups Solidarity and AfriForum argued in the Pretoria high court on Friday that the R1.2bn Tourism Equity Fund is unlawful because tourism minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane established it without the go-ahead from her trade, industry & competition coun-terpart, Ebrahim Patel, as required by law. They said  the fund is unlawful in terms of the tourism sector code and the Broad-Based BEE Act as well as the constitution because it constitutes unfair discrimination. The lobby groups want an urgent interdict to stop the min-istry from disbursing the funds. Judgment was reserved. 
 
The Community Constituency at NEDLAC says the lobby groups must desist from being the gatekeepers against transformation and inclusive economic participation.
 
To speak to us
Thulani Tshefuta 
Nedlac Community Constituency Overall Convenor
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APR

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER  | Mamorena Madisha  Samwu Gauteng deputy secretary

SHOP STEWARDS CORNER 
 
 
The SA Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) will go on an indefinite strike at Rand Water on Wednesday, after management allegedly changed condition of employment terms. Rand Water supplies Gauteng’s three metropolitan municipalities, local municipalities, mines and other industries, and parts of Mpumalanga, North West and Free State with an average of 3.653-million litres of potable water daily.
 
SAMWU said they would not allow the employer to “bully workers by unilaterally changing employees’ conditions of service without any consultation whatsoever”.
 
To speak to us
Mamorena Madisha 
Samwu Gauteng deputy secretary

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