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14
NOV
7am

The big interview: Dr Mbongeni Ngema

Mbongeni Ngema (born 1 June 1956) is a South African writer, lyricist, composer, director and theatre producer, born in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal (near Durban). He started his career as a theatre backing guitarist.

He was previously married to actress Leleti Khumalo, who received a 1988 Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical for Sarafina!, as well as starring in the leading role in South Africa's first Oscar-nominated film Yesterday. He co-wrote the multi-award winning Woza Albert!
14
NOV
6am

The 2019 World PARA athletics championships

The 2019 World PARA athletics championships is an ongoing Paralympic track and field meet organized by the world Para athletics subcommittee of the international Paralympic committee. it is currently being held in Dubai, united Arab emirates from the 7–15 November, 2019. the quad Para association of south Africa says that there has not been equal media coverage and hype of the competition unlike the recent rugby and Soweto derby

Guest: Raven Benny –COO of The Quad Para Association of South Africa

Guest: Lucas Sithole - South African wheelchair tennis player
13
NOV
7am

POPCRU proposed reforms in the rehabilitation of prisoners

Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union has proposed reforms in the rehabilitation of prisoners. They say that prisoners are living a luxurious life in prisons at the expense of their victims. Masechabala Mtolo did an interview with POPCRU last week.

Guest: Golden Miles Bhudu – Prisoners’ Rights Activist
13
NOV
6am

South Africans to vote on the new name for an exoplanet

South Africans can vote to name a new planet – and one of the short-listed names is a local plant that gets you high

The deadline for voting is 14 November 2019.
Guest: Dr Daniel Cunnama - Science Engagement Astronomer, South African Astronomical Observatory
11
NOV
7am

THE AUDIT – WHITE PRIVILEGE

White privilege was legally enshrined in South Africa through apartheid. Apartheid was institutionalized in 1948 and lasted formally into the early 1990s. Under apartheid, racial privilege was not only socially meaningful—it became bureaucratically regulated. Laws such as the 1950 Population Registration Act established criteria to officially classify South Africans by race: White, Indian, Coloured (mixed), or Black. What exactly is white privilege and does is exist in the spaces we live in?

Guest: Kim Heller – Communication Strategist and Political Analyst

Guest: Lovelyn Nwadeyi -Social Equity and Social Justice Consultant across academic, corporate and religious spaces.

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