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03
DEC

The concerts

ARTS: We now chat to musician Zoe Modiga who will be part of the Phinda Mzala concert series happening at the Pretoria State Theatre. The concerts which will happen over two weekends will also feature Langa Mavuso, Nduduzo Makhathini and Buhle Bendalo. Zoe joins us on the line.
03
DEC

International disability day

INTERVIEW: It’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities. People with disabilities are still perceived as unemployable, struggle to find meaningful work and are more likely to live in poverty
Lesco is a manufacturing company that employs disabled and unskilled staff in their factory. We’re joined on the line by Jonathan Shapiro, CEO of LESCO Manufacturing.
02
DEC

Ubuntu Extra Virgin Olive Oil brand

BE DRIVEN: We now find out about the business of olive oil with Eastern Cape born Loyiso Manga. He quit his job as a financial advisor to focus on growing the Ubuntu Extra Virgin Olive Oil brand. He joins us on the line.
02
DEC

Regina “Vho-Masindi” Nesengani

INTERVIEW: Congratulations to Muvhango actress Regina “Vho-Masindi” Nesengani has received her PHD from UNISA.
Her thesis, written in TshiVenda, is about gender stereotypes seen through dialogue in drama books written by male writers.
Nesengani is a 65-year-old granny of 12.
01
DEC

World Aids Day

INTERVIEW: South Africa could miss its HIV, TB and STI treatment and prevention goals due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The lockdown has impacted on South Africa’s ARV treatment programme, delaying the South African National Aids Council national strategy. We now speak to Coceka Nogoduka who’s the Executive Manager at SANAC.
25
NOV

GBV Thembi Maphanga

INTERVIEW: National flags are flying at half-mast from today as the country marks five days of mourning to remember and honour victims of gender-based violence and femicide. We’ll speak to Thembi Maphanga who was burnt by her boyfriend and sustained third degree burns. She lost her two-year-old daughter during the incident.
25
NOV

All Truck Drivers Forum and Allied South Africa.

INTERVIEW: The spate of attacks on trucks continued this morning when two trucks were set alight on the N12 highway near Daveyton in Ekurhuleni. At least 25 trucks have been set alight in the past week with a driver losing his life after being shot in one incident. We’ll speak to Sifiso Nyathi, Secretary of the All Truck Drivers Forum and Allied South Africa.

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