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The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa disappointed that initiation schools are not allowed to operate

The Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa - CONTRALESA - says it is disappointed that initiation schools are not allowed to operate during alert level 1 of the lockdown. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the easing of lockdown regulations on Wednesday opening up fully some sectors of the economy including the tourism and hospitality industry.
Guest: Kgosi Mathupa Mokoena Contralesa president
21
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2am

HPCSA to approach presidency regarding criminal matter against doctors

The Health Professional s Council of South Africa says it's disappointed that it has failed in its attempts to get the culpable homicide case of two of its members, doctors Abdulhay Munshi and Peter Beale, out of court. Munshi was killed near his home in Johannesburg on Wednesday in what is suspected to have been an assassination. It's not clear whether Beale has gone into hiding or has been placed under police protection. The two doctors were taken to court following the death of ten-year-old Zayyaa Sayed at Park Lane Clinic after surgery last year. Bail who is out on ten-thousand-rand bail is scheduled to appear in court again on November the 16th when a trial date is expected to be set.
Guest: Dr Kgosi Letlape - President of the Health Professions Council of South Africa
21
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Paul O’Sullivan, says they have already received several important leads regarding the murder of Charl Kinnear

Police Minister Bheki Cele has visited the home of top cop Lieutenant-Colonel Charl Kinnear was shot and killed outside his house in Bishop Lavis on the Cape Flats yesterday afternoon. The Hawks are investigating the circumstances surrounding his death. Fifty two-year-old Kinnear was a senior detective of the Anti-Gang Unit.
On Thursday, a 43-year-old police sergeant Thabile Mapoma was shot and killed in his driveway in Khayelitsha on the Cape Flats.
Guest: Paul O’Sullivan - Forensic Consultant
21
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1am

NUMSA & SACCA have given the Public Enterprises seven days in which to finalize funding for the restructuring of SAA

Trade unions NUMSA and SACCA have given the Public Enterprises Department seven days in which to finalise funding for the restructuring of the embattled South African Airways (SAA) or face protracted protests. Yesterday, the airlines' Business Rescue Practitioners confirmed receiving a letter from the department and Treasury making a commitment to provide the ten-point-five-billion-rand funding needed to restructure SAA. The BRPs met with creditors to discuss the way forward for the airline. The BRPs say they have exhausted funds to keep the airline afloat.
Guest: Phakamile Hlubi Ka Majola – NUMSA Nationa Spokesperson
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The Public Enterprises Department Finalizing Funding For SAA Restructuring Process

The Public Enterprises Department has confirmed that it is finalizing funding for South African Airways and an announcement will be made soon in an Adjustments Appropriation Bill that will be introduced to Parliament. Trade unions NUMSA and SACCA have given the department seven days in which to finalise funding for the structuring of the embattled airline or face protracted protests.
Guest: Linden Burns - Aviation expert
21
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Teachers who were working from home during the lockdown are now expected to report back to their respective schools

Teachers who were granted permission to work from home during the nationwide lockdown are now expected to report back to their respective schools as from today. Teachers' union SADTU has advised educators who will not ready to return to school tomorrow to apply for normal leave as the normal leave as the concession agreement for them to work from home expires.
Guest: Nkosana Dolopi – South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) deputy general secretary

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