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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18
JAN
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Danno Petersen

South African Drummer Boy Danno Petersen continues to reach for the stars and he prepares to perform at The Grammy’s After Party later this month. 14 year old Petersen joins the show to discuss his continued success in the music industry as well as his plans for the upcoming performance and his career.
18
JAN
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Lesiba Mothata

The World Economic Forum is set to meet in Davis this month where ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa will lead the South African delegation. Executive Chief Economist, Lesiba Mothata, joins the show to discuss South Africa’s participation in the global economic meeting and the messaging Ramaphosa and the delegation need to take with them to restore faith in the country’s economy.
18
JAN
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Dr Rakwena Monareng

Hoërskool Overvaal has found itself at the centre of a continued language debate in South African education discourse. CEO of the Pan South African Language Board, Dr Rakwena Monareng, joins the show to discuss the judgment made in favor of Hoërskool Overvaal to continue Afrikaans medium instruction at the school and explains the importance of multilingualism in the country’s education sector.
18
JAN
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Lana Van Zyl

Gupta-linked companies KPMG, SAP and McKinsey have had criminal charges laid against them by South Africa’s Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) for contravening the country’s Companies Act. CIPC’s Senior Manager responsible for Corporate Governance, Surveillance & Enforcement, Lana Van Zyl joins the show to discuss the Commission’s reasoning, as they become one of the first local regulators to bring a criminal complaint against the companies.
18
JAN
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Sikhonathi Mantshantsha

Cash strapped parastatal Eskom has come under fire for allegedly being in negotiations regarding an exit package for its embattled and controversial executive Matshela Koko. Financial Mail Deputy Editor Sikonathi Mantshantsha discusses the power utility’s continued financial and governance woes.
18
JAN
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Ebrahim Fakir

Is the optimism surrounding President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Presidency misplaced or premature? Political analyst Ebrahim Fakir joins the show to discuss the warm welcoming Ramaphosa has received over his past month in office, and whether or not the new ANC President will be able to rise to the challenge of strengthening the party, meeting popular policy demands, and keeping the country’s economy afloat.
17
JAN
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Arthur Goldstuck

Ever wondered how safe your Whatsapp group conversations are? Turns out they’re not as safe as you may have thought with Security flaws having been discovered in the app. MD of World Wide Worx, Arthur Goldstuck joins the show to discuss these flaws as well as the advancements in the technology space that you should look out for this year.
17
JAN
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Coleen Vogel

Has human activity begun to negatively impact the South African Climate? With droughts and water restrictions plaguing the Western Cape and other parts, and heatwaves sweeping across the highveld, Climate Scientist and Professor at Wits University Prof. Coleen Vogel joins the show to discuss the global and local changes in he climate and the human activity which plays an increasing part.
17
JAN
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Thabang Motsohi and Dumisani Hlophe

The debate is on - when will President Jacob Zuma vacate office?! Lenomo Strategic Advisory Director Thabang Motsohi argues that Zuma won’t survive to deliver the State of the Nation Address come 8 February, while political analyst Dumisani Hlophe believes Zuma will prevail at least until then. Hlophe and Motsohi join the show to discuss their positions on the future within the ANC and the country.
16
JAN
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Herman Mashaba

City of Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba has fired Finance MMC Rabelani Dagada following allegations of nepotism and undue influence, with criminal charges laid by the Mayor against Dagada as well. Mayor Mashaba joins the show to discuss the reasoning behind his decision to axe Rabada and what this means for the City as it continues to try navigate an ongoing billing crisis.
16
JAN
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Vusi Pikoli

South African poet laureate Prof. Keorapetse Kgositsile passed away early this month after having suffered a short illness. Loved and hailed in high regard by many for his work and political activism, Kgositsile was laid to rest this week. Friend and Former Head of The NPA Adv Vusi Pikoli pays tribute to Kgositsile and reflects on the man he was and the legacy he has left behind.

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