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02
MAR
10am

Mkhwebane confident ConCourt will clear her of wrongdoing

Public Protector, advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she has noted the report by Independent Review Panel which found prima facie grounds of incompetence, misconduct and incompetence against her. Advocate Mkhwebane says she’s confident the Constitutional Court will clear her of any wrongdoing
GUEST: Public Protector Spokesperson, Oupa Segalwe
02
MAR
10am

We’ll not need another storage facility for Covid-19 vaccines - Mabuz

Deputy President David Mabuza is currently visiting the Biovac Institute in Midrand, Johannesburg. The visit follows a decision by the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Covid-19 Vaccines, chaired by the Deputy President to visit various sites established for vaccine rollout. For more on this, we’re joined on the line by Joseph Phaahla, the Deputy Minister of Health, who also visited the Biovac Institute in Midrand…
GUEST: Joe Phaahla, Deputy Minister of Health
02
MAR
9am

SANRAL property middleman accused of frustrating female black farmer over lease agreement

An aspiring female farmer is calling on the South African National Roads Agency, SANRAL to help her extend the lease agreement she has with one of the entity's service providers. Noksie Kolwapi says she has written to Sanral on numerous occasions asking for a longer lease agreement, in order to revamp and develop the farm she is renting in Plettensberg Bay, In the Western Cape, but her efforts are being frustrated by Sanral's middle man.

GUEST: Noksie Kolwapi, An aspiring female farmer, in Plettensberg Bay, In the Western Cape

GUEST: Dr. Lennox Mtshagi, President of the Black Farmers Association of South Africa
02
MAR
9am

Government admits Private sector may purchase Covid-19 vaccines – AfriForum

The government has admitted under oath in its court documents that there is no legal restriction on the private sector to purchase Covid-19 vaccines. This according to AfriForum and Solidarity, who took legal action against the state, for reportedly using political power to create public impression and sow uncertainty regarding the purchase and sale of vaccines. The two organizations say there is now legal certainty that the private sector may purchase and distribute vaccines - "a huge setback for looters"...

GUEST: Dr. Dirk Hermann, Chief Operations Officer of Solidarity
02
MAR
8am

SA veterinary surgeons perform first partial knee replacement on a cat

History has been made in South Africa. This after veterinary surgeons at the University of Pretoria’s Onderstepoort Veterinary Academic Hospital successfully conducted South Africa’s first partial knee replacement on a cat, saving its right leg from being amputated. To tell us more about this historic achievement is…
Guest: Dr Adriaan Kitshoff Senior Lecture at the University of Pretoria’s Onderstepoort Veterinary Academic Hospital
02
MAR
8am

Outstanding by-elections to go ahead as planned - IEC

Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement on political activities. The Independent Electoral Commission says the outstanding by-elections that were scheduled to take place next month will now proceed as planned. According to them, the president’s announcement will help to “clear the decks” of vacancies ahead of the Local Government Elections schedule for between August and November this year. For more clarity on this, we are joined by…
Guest: Sy Mamabolo, Chief Electoral Officer at the Independent Electoral Commission
02
MAR
8am

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy sentenced to jail for corruption

World News: Yesterday, a French court found Nicolas Sarkozy, France’s former president, guilty of corruption and influence peddling, sentencing him to one year in prison and a two-year suspended sentence. Sarkozy was convicted for having tried to illegally obtain information from a senior magistrate in 2014 about a legal action in which he was involved.
GUEST: Prof John Keiger, Retired Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Cambridge
01
MAR
8am

John Hlophe unfit to remain Judge - Justice Johann Kriegler

Chairperson of the Freedom Under Law, Johann Kriegler is calling for Judge John Hlophe to be suspended over his conduct in the case against Advocate Bongani Bongo. Kriegler is arguing that Hlophe is unfit to be a judge since he attempted to pervert the course of justice against former President Jacob Zuma thirteen years ago. He joins us now to elaborate further…..
Guest: Justice Johann Kriegler, Chairperson of the Freedom Under Law
01
MAR
8am

Ghost staff haunt uMsunduzi municipality’s payroll

Worrying reports coming from KwaZulu-Natal suggest that uMsunduzi Municipality has moved to freeze the salaries of 121 people feared to be ghost employees. But who is benefiting from this corruption and how did the names of these ghost employees get added to the municipality’s payroll?
Guest: Mzimkhulu Thebolla, Mayor of uMsunduzi Municipality
01
MAR
8am

Mozambique’s Cabo Insurgents pose no threat to SA - Jasmine Opperman

World News: Jasmine Operman shares thoughts on humanitarian crisis in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province, where attacks by armed groups have forced more than 565,000 to flee their homes. Last week Friday, President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed that South Africa’s security forces are monitoring the situation in Northern Mozambique to avert security threats in the region.
Guest: Jasmine Opperman, Africa analyst at the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED)
25
FEB
10am

Hillbrow clashes between Zulus and Zimbabwean nationals fake - SAPS

Police in Gauteng say they are concerned by several video clips doing the rounds on social media, depicting acts of violence in Hillbrow, Johannesburg.Police are however say the clips claiming there were violent confrontations between Zulus and Zimbabwean nationals are fake and malicious news.
GUEST: Police spokesperson Brigadier Mathapelo Peters

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