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Profile Interview

Today we celebrate Marc Lottering one of South Africa’s top stand-up comedians.

Guest: Marc Lottering, stand-up comedian
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Rhino poaching in 2018

SA made significant strides in the fight against rhino poaching in 2018‚ with 259 fewer rhinos killed than in the year before. Of the 769 cases‚ 422 of them were inside an SA National Parks facility, 421 in the Kruger National Park and one in the Marakhele National Park. Provincially‚ 142 were in KwaZulu-Natal (down from 222 in 2017) and 65 in the North West (down from 96). Poaching incidents increased in Mpumalanga‚ from 49 in 2017 to 51 last year‚ and in the Eastern Cape‚ from 12 to 19.
The Western Cape did not have a single poaching incident in 2018‚ as was the case in 2017.
Guest: Albie Modise – Spokesperson for the Department of Environmental affairs
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The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture

The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has been postponed to Monday next week. IPID head Robert McBride was due to testify but after the commission learnt that he would implicate a lot of people, it postponed the public hearings to facilitate their notification. We touch base now with…

Guest: Mzwandile Mbeje – SABC Senior Political Reporter
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Sibanye announced plans to retrench more than 6000 workers

Solidarity blames AMCU: Sibanye announced plans to retrench more than 6000 workers and what is puzzling about this whole issue is the fact that Solidarity and NUM had signed the wage agreement with Sibanye, after three months of negotiations, with the aim of limiting job losses.

Guest: Gideon du Plessis (Solidarity General Secretary)
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Renewal of Robert McBride's contract

The Portfolio Committee on Police says that it will amend its February programme to prioritise a process to deal with the question of whether or not to renew Robert McBride's contract as the head of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate> The committee will be sitting today and to get an understanding on this, we are joined on the line by…

Guest: Dianne Kohler Barnard – Member of Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Police for the Democratic Alliance –

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