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19
MAR
1am

What’s behind SIM swop fraud in SA?

What’s behind SIM swop fraud in SA? according to SA Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) SIM swop fraud has increased exponentially in South Africa with 8 254 incidents reported last year, from 4 040 incidents in 2017.

Guest: Susan Potgitier Head of strategic service
19
MAR
1am

State Capture update with Amina Accram

Zondo Commision: Denel was under the spot light yesterday we heard the testimony from Kgathatso Tlakudi the DDG at the Department of Public enterprise.
Guest: Amina Accram – SABC Economic Reporter
19
MAR
12am

Cyclone claims more lives in Zimbabwe

Cyclone claims more lives in Zimbabwe: The death toll from the flooding and landfalls in Zimbabwe, caused by the Tropical Cyclone Idai, has risen to 98. Malawi and Mozambique have felt the brunt of Tropical Cyclone Idai since its inception on 9 March. Already close to a million people have been displaced, scores have died and thousands of homes have been destroyed beyond repair.
Guest: Ephert Musekiwa SABC Zimabwean Reporter

Guest: Imtiaz Sooliman – founder and Executive Director of Gift of the Givers
18
MAR
2am

MEC Nomsa Dube-Ncube confirmed the death toll following days of rains and flash floods

Yesterday KwaZulu-Natal Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) MEC Nomsa Dube-Ncube confirmed the death toll following days of rains and flash floods in the province now stands at seven. MEC Nomsa Dube-Ncube also stated that the damage caused by last week's torrential rain has been estimated to be worth around R100m

Guest: KZN Cogta spokesperson Lennox Mabaso
18
MAR
1am

Gugu Ncube's case has been postponed to the 10th April for further investigation

Last week Gugu Ncube staged a protest while half naked in front of the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Her case has been postponed to the 10th April for further investigation. She briefly appeared at the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court on a charge of public indecency, where she was given free bail. Ncube wanted to highlight her plight regarding the sexual harassment incident she allegedly endured from a colleague at Unisa’s Centre for Early Childhood Education. Her arrest was seen by many as one where “excessive force’ was used.
Guest: Warrant Officer Daniel Mavimbela, Police spokesperson
18
MAR
1am

Eskom says it's working with technicians in Mozambique to restore power

Eskom says it's working with technicians in Mozambique to restore power supply through the two power lines that went offline cutting about 1,000 megawatts of power from the grid. Load shedding reached stage 4 yesterday - with the power utility pinning the blame on the lack of supply from the neighbouring country - which ordinarily brings in 1,200 megawatts of electricity to the power grid.

Guest: Eskom's acting head of generation Andrew Etzinger
18
MAR
12am

Motorist can expect a hike of about 96 cents per litre for petrol next month

According to mid-month data published by the Central Energy Fund, fuel prices are showing an under-recovery for all grades. Motorist can expect a hike of about 96 cents per litre for petrol next month – diesel, meanwhile, could see a slightly lower increase of around 69 cents per litre.

Guest: Layton Beard – AA Spokesperson
18
MAR
12am

Two warring minibus taxi associations in Soweto claim to have found common ground

Two warring minibus taxi associations in Soweto claim to have found common ground after six taxi ranks in the area were closed this week. Earlier this week, Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Ismail Vadi slapped the Witwatersrand African Taxi Owners Association (WATA) and Nancefield Dube West Taxi Association (Nanduwe) with a three-month ban, barring them from operating at the six locations.

Guest: Alpheus Mlalazi - General Secretary - National Taxi Alliance

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