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26
MAR

Zwai Mbula

ARTS INTERVIEW: Zwai Mbula is a Norway based percussionist who studied music at the University Of Cape Town. He’s been living in Norway for the past 14 years where he runs his own production house. He’s worked with the likes of Salif Keita, Youssou Ndou, Gladys Knight and Lionel Richie. He joins us on the line from Oslo, Norway.
26
MAR

Dr Tumi

INTERVIEW: Gospel singer Dr Tumi will volunteer his services for free to public health during the covid-19 outbreak.
The award-winning gospel musician will be offering his services to Tembisa Hospital’s specialized covid-19 unit.
Dr Tumi is a qualified medical doctor with 12 years’ experience. He has had a private practice for almost 10 years after leaving the public health sector in 2011. He joins us on the line..
24
MAR

Fadia Arnold, labour lawyer

INTERVIEW: President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved to calm fears about the economic impact of the pending national lockdown saying those whose livelihoods will be impacted by the lockdown will be assisted through a series of measures including the use of a temporary Employee Relief Scheme. The lockdown will start at midnight on Thursday and will remain in effect until April 16.
23
MAR

Phuthego Mojapele

AVIATION UPDATE: We’re joined on the line by aviation expert Phuthego Mojapele to give us an update on the impact of the corona virus on the aviation industry.
23
MAR

Macufe Cultural festival

INTERVIEW: The Cultural and Creative Industries Federation of SA is feeling aggrieved by cancellation of Macufe Cultural festival. The organisation says they find it reckless for the Free State to take money from the arts and redirect it to drilling of boreholes and buying sanitisers. We’ll speak to the federation and the Free State Government.
19
MAR

KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts

ARTS INTERVIEW: The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts is hosting the 23rd Time of the Writer International Festival Virtual Edition from today until to 25 March 2020.
The physical edition of the festival, that was due to start on 16 March, had to be cancelled on the morning of opening night in view of the current corona pandemic.
The team and the writers decided to take the festival to a digital space. We’re joined on the line by Marlayn Ntsele, Social Manager for Time of the Writer Festival.
19
MAR

Cassim Lekgoathi, DENOSA General Secretary.

• INTERVIEW: We now hear from the Democratic Nursing Organisation of SA, the country’s largest nursing union about the corona virus and the preparedness of their members. We speak to Cassim Lekgoathi, DENOSA General Secretary.
18
MAR

Josephine Katumba, founder of Biakudia Urban Farming Solutions

INTERVIEW: We now find out more about a social enterprise that transforms underutilised spaces in the city into urban farms.
23 year old Josephine Katumba says she aims to reconnect people with their food and the environment through urban agriculture.
The urban agriculture consultancy officially launched in September last year.
18
MAR

Nicholas Maweni, SAMRO Chairperson.

INTERVIEW: SAMRO has appealed to financial institutions to be lenient on artists amid Covid-19 restrictions on entertainment industry. We’ll hear from Nicholas Maweni, SAMRO Chairperson.

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