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Nelson Mandela Foundation to take Ernst Roets to court over apartheid flag tweet

The Nelson Mandela Foundation has filed an urgent high court application to declare Afriforum Deputy CEO Ernst Roets in contempt of court for his old SA flag tweet. Yesterday Roets tweeted an image of the old flag hours after the Equality Court declared the gratuitous display of the flag as constituting hate speech.

Guest: Luzuko Koti – Director of Communications and Outreach at the Nelson Mandela Foundation
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IFP’s Elective Conference

The IFP will elect its new leader this coming weekend at a conference in Ulundi in northern KwaZulu-Natal. The conference will be a historic one as it will elect a new leader to take over from Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi who founded the party and has led it for the past 4 decades. Over the years Buthelezi indicated his intentions to leave the presidency and nominated KwaHlabisa Municipality Mayor Velenkosini Hlabisa as his successor

Guest: Benedict Xolani Dube, Researcher and political analyst from the XUBERA Institute for Research and Development
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World News today: Dr Emmanuel Matambo on why he thinks it is important for Africans to learn Mandarin

we hear from Dr Emmanuel Matambo on why he thinks it is important for Africans to learn Mandarin. Matambo is of the view that the future will be technologically driven and naturally, China will be a font of insight in this particular area and therefore Africans have to access Chinese institutions that are leaders in technology and not only those that teach in English but Mandarin as well.

Guest on the line (US): Dr Emmanuel Matambo is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Africa-China Studies (CACS) at the University of Johannesburg.
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Today Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane interacted with Ekurhuleni communities as part of stakeholder roadshow

Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane today interacted with the community of Tembisa and surrounding areas as part of her office’s annual stakeholder roadshow. The event forms a part of the office’s commemoration of Women’s Month. The Public Protector joins us now in studio to speak about this event as well anything else pertaining to her office…

Guest: Busiswe Mkhwebane - Public Protector
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Today, marks World Entrepreneurs’ Day

Today, marks World Entrepreneurs’ Day. The purpose of the World Entrepreneurs’ Day is to create awareness for entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership throughout the world. Joining us to discuss the significance of this day and what it means for entrepreneurs is……

Guest: Colin Timmis - Xero SA’s country manager
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South African Medical Research Council in building the next generation of female scientists

August being Women’s Month, we speak to Dr Thabi Maitin who will tell us more about the role of the South African Medical Research Council in building the next generation of female scientists. Maitin joined the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) 10 years ago as Manager of the Division of Research Capacity Development. The Division is responsible for ensuring the development of the next generation of health and clinical research scientists for South Africa.

Guest: Dr Thabi Maitin- Director of the South African Medical Research Council’s Research Capacity Development Division
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World News Today: Mamelodi Hospital probed after Zimbabwe woman forced to give birth standing up

We will look at an incident that occurred at Mamelodi Hospital involving a pregnant Zimbabwean woman who was refused help as she was in labour because of her nationality. According to the patient, the nurses uttered xenophobic phrases such as “this is not Zimbabwe.” #NotInMyName has raised this as a matter of concern and has reverted to addressing this social injustice through active citizenry. To speak to us more on this issue we are now joined on the line by…

Guest: Themba Masango - Head of Communications at #NotInMyName
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Samwu distances itself from agreement signed with the City of Joburg

The South African Municipal Workers Union says the agreement signed by Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba and unions yesterday was invalid and illegal as it prevented workers from embarking on a strike. They are also saying that individuals purporting to be representing it who signed a memorandum of understanding with City of Johannesburg were not mandated by the union to do so.

Guest: Bafana Zungu, Provincial Secretary

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