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How should school violence be punished so that it does not occur frequently?

What are the main reasons for why school violence takes place and how should school violence be punished so that it does not occur frequently?

Guests: Dr Zithobile Mkhize-Ngidi, Deputy Principaly at Vikingozi Secondary School - she has a PhD in Public Administration (Peace Studies) in the Faculty of Management Sciences - her research topic was “Reducing School Violence: A Peace Education Project Amongst Stakeholders in Umlazi”

Lizzete Berry – Children’s Institute if UCT

Selby Xinwa, Researcher at the Centre for the Study of Violence & Reconciliation
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The Constitutional Court is today expected to hand down judgment on the legalizing of the private use of marijuana.

The Constitutional Court is today expected to hand down judgment on the legalizing of the private use of marijuana. Ministers Police, Justice and Constitutional Development and Health had appealed a Western Cape High Court order last year, declaring certain sections of the Drug Trafficking Act and the Medicines Act to be inconsistent with the Constitution as they prohibited the use of cannabis by an adult in a private home for personal consumption. For a perspective on this, we are joined on the line by….

Guest: Jeremy Acton, Leader of The Dagga Party of South Africa
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Motsoaledi update on klebsiella

Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi yesterday (Sunday) announced that the reason for the antibiotic-resistant klebsiella infections which left 6 babies dead was overcrowding. To explain more on this, we are joined on the line by…

Guest: Dr Aaron Motsoaledi – National Health Minister
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Naledi Pandor says the breakage of the computer systems in 2017 led to applications for funding being processed manually

Minister for Higher Education and Training Naledi Pandor says the breakage of the computer systems in 2017 led to applications for funding being processed manually. This caused a backlog in the system that was carried into 2018. She says it became clear that the problems were severe and hence she appointed a team made up of departmental and institutional staff for a six week period.

Guest: Naledi Pandor, Minister of Higher Education
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Member of various opposition parties in Parliament have expressed concern about the latest crime statistics.

Member of various opposition parties in Parliament have expressed concern about the latest crime statistics. SAPS presented the 2017/18 financial year statistics to the Police committee earlier today. Murder cases have increased for the sixth consecutive year, now standing at more than 20-thousand. Police minister Bheki Cele says it translates to 57 people being murdered every day.
Guest: General Bheki Cele – National Police Minister

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