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16
NOV
1am

The world’s first bio-brick grown from human urine

Vukheta Mukhari tells us about the world’s first bio-brick grown from human urine that was unveiled by the University of Cape Town recently. The concept of using urea to grow bricks was tested in the United States some years back using synthetic solutions, but this new discovery uses real human urine for the first time.

Guest: Vukheta Mukhari, UCT’s civil engineering honours student
16
NOV
1am

Bafana vs Nigeria must win Afcon Qualifier for Bafana

Bafana vs Nigeria must win Afcon Qualifier for Bafana. Tickets for tomorrow’s game between Bafana Bafana and Nigeria at FNB Stadium have been moving at a snail's pace and only 7,300 had been sold by Tuesday afternoon.

Guest Thabiso Mosia – SAfm Sport on presenter
16
NOV
1am

The Mzansi Super League

The Mzansi Super League – why should we be excited about it? The league will comprise of six teams, playing in six different cities across the country, made up of some of the world’s greatest T20 cricket players such as Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Eoin Morgan, AB de Villiers, Faf du Plessis.

Guest: Sipho Rihlamvu – Spokesperson for the Mzansi Super League
15
NOV
11pm

PetroConnect opposes government’s proposal of capping the price of petrol

PetroConnect opposes government’s proposal of capping the price of petrol. They say the move will kill new entrants in the fuel retail sector. On the other hand government is arguing that the proposal is aimed at alleviating the plight of consumers who have been struggling to keep up with rising fuel prices.

Guest: Mark Harper, co-founder of PetroConnect
15
NOV
11pm

How will Theresa May deal with this?

Brexit deal rocked by resignations: today marks 133 days until Britain leaves the EU but it looks like it’s never going to be smooth sailing for Prime Minister Theresa May. This after UK’s Brexit Minister Dominic Raab and others resigned yesterday.

Guest: Malte Brosig, Associate Professor at Wits
15
NOV
1am

Is our health system overburdened by foreign nationals?

Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says that the South African health system is overburdened by foreign nationals from neighouring countries. He says the country needs to relook at its immigration policies to control the number of undocumented and illegal immigrants in the country. Motsoaledi has been speaking at Nehawu's Nurses Summit in Johannesburg. He says there's a shortage of health workers and an increasing number of patients in the country's hospitals.

Guest: Dr Aaron Motsoaledi – National Health Minister

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