The Tim Modise Network

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Join veteran radio personality Tim Modise, as he creates a platform that inspires, informs and empowers you, through compelling topics and insightful conversations with influential and renowned guests. The Modise Network is your personal passport to connect to a community of thought leaders, like-minded visionaries and ambitious individuals that are changing their society and the world around them.

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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Jameel Ahmed

As South Africa faces difficult economic times, with new President Cyril Ramaphosa ushering in a new dawn, Global Head of Currency Strategy & Market Research at FXTM, Jameel Ahmed, joins the show to discuss how the world views the country from an investor and business perspective.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Sahlulele Luzipo

A full-scale Parliamentary investigation will be launched into allegations of maladministration in the Department of Mineral Resources under the leadership of former Minister Mosebenzi Zwane. Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources Chairperson, Sahlulele Luzipo joins the show to discuss the decision behind the inquiry as well as the agreed upon terms of reference.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Mamokgethi Molopyane

The South African Federation of Trade Unions have embarked on a national strike against the R20 minimum wage bill set to go ahead. Labour Analyst Mamokgethi Molopyane joins the show to discuss the pros and cons of a minimum wage bill in South Africa and the long arduous process it has taken for the idea to become national policy.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Mninawa Ntloko

Kaizer Chiefs fans ran rampage at the Moses Mobhida Stadium this past weekend after their team lost, violently attacking staff, media and equipment. Tiso Blackstar Group Sports Editor Mninawa Ntloko joins the show to discuss the events of the match where damages are estimated to be in the millions.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Dumisani Hlophe

Residents of Mahikeng this past week continued with violent protest as they demanded that provincial premier Supra Mahumapelo be removed from office. Political analyst with the UNISA school of governance, Dumisani Hlophe, joins the show to discuss the ongoings in North West as the ANC NEC remains locked in a meeting in Durban deciding Mahumapelo’s fate.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Daniel Linde

The court’s have dismissed a case of R3 million damages against the Department of Basic Education by the family, after Michael Komape died after drowning in a school pit latrine on Limpopo. Daniel Linde, Deputy-Director at the Equal Education Law Centre, joins the show to discuss the decision by the courts and whether or not further justice can or will be sought by the family.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Victor Kgomoeswana

The International Monetary Fund has projected Egypt’s grow at 5.2% in 2018, while trade relations between Tanzania and Kenya seem to be throwing as they rekindle economic ties. Author and Africa Expert Victor Kgomoeswana joins the show to discuss these and other stories.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Zwelinzima Vavi

The South African Federation of Trade Unions have announced that they will embark on a national strike this week to render the country ungovernable. SAFTU Secretary General, Zwelinzima Vavi, joins the show to discuss the decision to strike and what the workers demands will be and to whom they shall be made.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Simon Zwane

The Easter weekend death toll in the country stands at 510, a 14% rise since since last year, as recently announced by Transport Minister Dr Blade Nzimande this week. Road Traffic Management Corporation Spokesperson, Simon Zwane, joins the show to discuss where there continues to be failings on the part of drivers, pedestrians and traffic infringement policies and the implementation thereof.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with John Steenhusien

State Security Agency DG, Arthur Fraser has been moved to the Department of Correctional Services, a move which the DA has cited as a continuation of Zuma-styled governance by President Ramaphosa. DA Chief Whip, John Steenhuisen joins the show to discuss the need to have Fraser suspended pending investigation as opposed to being simply moved given the allegations against him.
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APR
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Tim Modise in conversation with Dr Azar Jammine

President Ramaphosa has recently announced his intentions and plans for the country’s economy, including those he has entrusted with the task of turning things around. Director and Chief Economist at Econometrix, Dr. Azar Jammine joins the show to discuss Ramaphosa’s approach and whether the country’s economy is finally headed on the right path.
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Tim Modise in conversation with Pieter-Dirk Uys

Famed satirist, social activist and performer Pieter-Dirk Uys joins the show to discuss his latest offering on at Monte Casino, “When in Doubt Say Darling”. Uys reflects on his lessons throughout his career and their contribution to his present day work.

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