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.
16
OCT
1pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Thami Ntenteni

The Thabo Mbeki Foundation have come out feeling vindicated after the SCA ruled against President Zuma's "Spy Tapes" appeal case last week. Spokesperson of the Thabo Mbeki Foundation, Thami Ntenteni explains the political importance of the SCA's decision when looking at the influence the decade-long case had in the decision to remove Former President Thabo Mbeki as President in 2008.
16
OCT
1pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Dr Araj Abedian

SA Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago has been named the Central Banker of the Year, Sub-Saharan African by Global Capital, for amongst other reasons, not buckling under political pressure as he tries to rebuild investor confidence to boost the economy and stabilize national inflation. Chairman and CEO of Pan-African Investment & Research Services, Dr Araj Abedian joins the show to discuss the Governor's tenure and his role within the Reserve Bank under the current political and economic climate.
16
OCT
1pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Nicole Fritz

The Supreme Court of Appeals on Friday dismissed the President's appeal into the "Spy Tapes" case and the decision now rests with the NPA on whether to prosecute President Zuma on charges of fraud, corruption and racketeering. This all while the Freedom Under Law (FUL) organization have brought a matter into the courts to declare NDPP Adv Shaun Abrahams' appointment unlawful. Executive Officer at Freedom Under Law Nicole Fritz explains the SCA's judgment and what it means, and whether or not their case as FUL may have implications in the execution of charges against President Zuma.
16
OCT
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Elijah Mhlanga

The shocking news of 87 children in a Soweto school who were allegedly sexually abused by a scholar patroller, came to light this past weekend. Deputy Director at the Centre for Child Law, Karabo Ozah, explains the rights of children under the Constitution and what protections there are for those who find themselves in situations of harm and abuse. National Department of Basic Education Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga explains the government's reaction and the process to follow regarding support for the children and families as well as the disciplinary and/or criminal actions to be taken against those involved.
16
OCT
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Karabo Ozah

The shocking news of 87 children in a Soweto school who were allegedly sexually abused by a scholar patroller, came to light this past weekend. Deputy Director at the Centre for Child Law, Karabo Ozah, explains the rights of children under the Constitution and what protections there are for those who find themselves in situations of harm and abuse. National Department of Basic Education Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga explains the government's reaction and the process to follow regarding support for the children and families as well as the disciplinary and/or criminal actions to be taken against those involved.
16
OCT
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Dennis George

FEDUSA General Secretary Dennis George in a scathing account has called Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba as "the chief architect of the state Capture project". George joins the show to discuss how he's been able to connect the dots in a series of articles unpacking the alleged state capture project and the involvement of the Treasury Minister and former parastatal heads and Ministers.
12
OCT
1pm

Tim Modise in conversation with John Vlismas

Loved for his humorous, satirical and highly informed point of view on local and global politics, Stand-up comedian John Vlismas is back with his comedy show "The Good Racist: Race Doesn't Exist - Does It?". Vlismas joins the show to talk about recent politics and business, his views on race, as well as his upcoming comedy show.
12
OCT
1pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Joan

The Education Africa Marimba Steelpan Festival continues in its 6th year bringing the eclectic sound of cross continental music to audiences with nearly 2000 learners from South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe and Nigeria. Director at Education Africa Joan Lithgow discusses the history of the festival and its contribution to the continent's arts and culture
12
OCT
1pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Isaah Mhlanga

The World Bank and International Monetary Fund over the coming days will meet in Washington DC where the economies across the globe are set to be discussed. Economist with Rand Merchant Bank, Isaah Mhlanga, explains the importance of such meetings between the IMF and the World Bank and what likely message South Africa's Finance Ministry and Reserve Bank will bring to the table.
12
OCT
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with David Maynier

DA Shadow Minister of Finance David Maynier has proposed a draft legislation with the hopes that the bill will strengthen transparency and accountability at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC). Maynier explains how the proposed draft legislation will work, whether it will receive cross party support and the process going forward with getting it passed.
12
OCT
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Karyn Maughan

The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) will hand down their decision in the "Spy Tapes" saga and will determine whether or not President Zuma will face his day in court on 783 charges of fraud, corruption etc. Senior journalist at ENCA Karyn Maughan explains the history of the almost decade long trial into the President and whether or not the judgment by the SCA will leave the decision to prosecute in NDPP Adv Shaun Abrahams hands.
12
OCT
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Dr Mathole Motshekga

Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services will host an inquiry into Adv Busisiwe Mkhwebane's fitness to hold office as the country's Public Protector. Chairperson of the committee Dr. Mathole Motshekga explains the decision to have the committee host the inquiry and what this means for Mkhwebane's time in office.

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