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Mr Paseka Tsatsi

David Mashabela is joined on the line by Head of Communication at SASSA, Mr Paseka Letsatsi.

Candice Du - Chief Marketing officer at Fybotech

With schools closed, parents have to fill the gap while no-one expects them to replicate school; some not knowing where to begin, could online learning tools be the solution?

According to the United Nations, school closures to contain the spread of Covid-19 are disrupting the education of over 290 million students globally, (estimated)

With national lockdown, it is imperative that schools, TVETs, , training companies and learning and development teams have a distance learning solution in place. SMART Learning Suite Online, is one such platform to help you through this tough time at no cost

Bruce Mellado

David Mashabela is joined on the line by Bruce Mellado. Director of the Institute for Collider Particle Physics. University of the Witwatersrand.

Sontaga Seisa

David Mashabela Chats To The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) Spokesperson Sontaga Seisa.

JP Smith

Cape Town’s mayoral committee member for Safety and Security JP Smith chats to David Mashabela.

#KingsandQueens | #Covid-19 | Interview with Graeme Codrington – Futurist, Unlearner, Global Speaker at Tomorrow Today

The seven people in South Africa that have tested positive for the Covid-19 cornonavirus have been in direct contact with over 100 people, the Department of Health reports.

The 38 year old male who was symptomatic in KwaZulu-Natal, and who was the first case to test positive on 3 March, reported being in contact with 13 people. The other six patients, who were all part of the same holiday group, had a combined 92 contacts, taking the total to 105.

Graeme Codrington joins us on the line to talk about being prepared for the implications when Covid-19 comes to your home, workplace, children's school, community or parent's old age home.


We had a chat to Clinical psychologist Jody de Reuck on some of the challenges of co-parenting.

The most important things is to always ensure that the child/children grow up in healthy and happy environments even if the parents may have divorced or separated.


#KingsandQueens #WhatYouNeedToKnow

Reggie Philander in-conversation with Natalie Rabson - Industrial Psychologist Specialist at Boston City Campus sharing insights on World Day of Social Justice

The United Nations commemorates World Day of Social Justice on 20 February. Some of the key social issues which are highlighted on the day include promoting gender equality, employment and poverty. For the United Nations, the pursuit of social justice for all is at the core of its global mission to promote development and human dignity.

#KingsandQueens #WhatYouNeedToKnow

Interview with Renuka Methil, Managing Editor of FORBES WOMAN AFRICA about the 5th edition of the FORBES WOMAN AFRICA Leading Women Summit

The 2020 FORBES WOMAN AFRICA Leading Women Summit presented by Mastercard and hosted by the KwaZulu-Natal government (#LWS2020KZN) took place at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli ICC Complex in Durban on Friday, 6 March 2020.

The theme for 2020 - ‘The Ceiling Crashers 2.0: Power with Purpose’ will showcase how women are working to level the playing field, inspiring the audience to make meaningful changes within their own sphere of influence.”

#KingsandQueens #WhatYouNeedToKnow

Conversation with Felicity Harrison - Head of Sustained Dialogue at IJR (Institute from Justice and Reconciliation)

The FW de Klerk Foundation has labelled the notion that apartheid is a crime against humanity "soviet agitprop" – propaganda meant to agitate. This has obviously caused much raw amongst many organisations and South Africans in general. Are we making any inroads in reconciling as a people and as a nation?

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