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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06
JUN
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Kuben Naidoo

VBS Mutual Bank have been placed under curatorship by the Reserve Bank, the SARB have also decided to institute an inquiry into the bank regarding fraud allegations. SARB Deputy Governor Kuben Naidoo joins the show to discuss the ongoing situation at the Bank as well as to address criticisms of the SARB in as far as they have been called “anti-black” following their decision to place the bank under curatorship.
04
JUN
9am

Tim Modise in conversation with Yunus Carrim

Embattled audit firm KPMG have decided to shutdown its regional offices, with an expected job loss of 400 people. This comes as the firm tries to reshape the business. Parliament’s Finance Committee Chair Yunus Carrim joins the show reacting to the news in light of the maladministration and ill-governance already exposed at the multinational firm.
04
JUN
9am

Tim Modise in conversation with Victor Kgomoeswana

Author and Africa Expert, Victor Kgomoeswana joins the show to bring you the leading news stories across the continent. From Nigeria, to Tanzani, Zimbabwe and Kenya, Kgomoeswana fills you in on the latest economic and political developments.
28
MAY
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Steven Friedman

President Cyril Ramaphosa has officially been in office for 100 days. Political analyst, Prof Steven Friedman joins the show to reflect on Ramaphosa’s Presidency thus far and more importantly what his greatest s challenges lying ahead will be.
28
MAY
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Refiloe Nt’sekhe

A split over racial tensions and ideological differences within the Democratic Alliance have been rumoured, this ahead of the 2019 election period. DA National Spokesperson, Refiloe Nt’sekhe joins the show to refute any such ideas of a split within the party.
28
MAY
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Karyn Maughan

The Gupta family today hoped to have R250 million in assets unfrozen by the Bloemfontein high court. Legal journalist at Tiso Blackstar Group, Karyn Maughan, joins the show to discuss the history of the case against the family in this instance, as well as outlines what is likely to happen in the prosecutions of the State Capture linked family.
28
MAY
8am

Tim Modise in converation with Themba Godi

SAA Express reportedly spent R2.4 billion on a fuel tender which was never delivered. Parliament’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts Chairperson, Themba Godi, joins the show to discuss the allegations against SAA Express, which is under SAA who have repeatedly approached Parliament for financial bail outs.
23
MAY
9am

Tim Modise in conversation with Michael Appel

Embattled North West Premier, Supra Mahumapelo has stepped down as Premier of the province, but remains the ANC Chairperson in the province. Journalist with ENCA, Michael Appel joins the show detailing the arduous process which has finally led to what 49year old Mahumapelo terms an “early retirement”
23
MAY
8am

Tim Modise in conversation with Kgomoco Diseko and Bridget Masango

The SA Social Services Agency has cancelled a tender process to replace the illegal contract it held with Cash Payment Services. SASSA Spokesperson Kgomoco Diseko joins the show to clarify the decision to cancel the tender process. DA Shadow Minister for Social Development Bridget Masango also weighs in to discuss the ongoings at SASSA and the effects of the decisions made by the agency on its beneficiaries.
21
MAY
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Susan Comrie

Transnet has found itself victim to the Gupta State Capture project with a Chinese company having found itself entangled in kickback payments to Gupta associated individuals. Amabhungane investigator on the story, Susan Comrie, joins the show to discuss the latest locomotive tender gone wrong.
21
MAY
12pm

Tim Modise in conversation with Tembeka Ngcukaitobi

The land question remains at the forefront of political and social discussions in South Africa, with the governing party this past weekend convening to gain its own clarity on where the party and government stand on the matter. Advocate and Author, Tembeka Ngcukaitobi joins the show to provide the necessary clarity on the considerations that need to be made when finding solutions to land reform.
21
MAY
11am

Tim Modise in conversation with Victor Kgomoeswana

The extent of illicit financial flows leaving the African continent continues to be a matter of grave concern for the development of the region. Author and Africa expert Victor Kgomoeswana joins the show to discuss this, and the continued investment in countries such as Zimbabwe and Ethiopia.

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