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Xolani Radebe

INTERVIEW: A Wits engineering student has designed a drone that can be used for Covid-19 screening. We’re now joined on the line by the designer, Xolani Radebe.

Kicks Sportswear

SNEAKER FRIDAY: It’s exciting to see the sneaker manufacturing industry growing in leaps and bounds in SA. We now find out about a sneaker brand called Kicks Sportwear and to chat to us more we’re joined on the line by the brand’s CEO and founder; Sammy Mhaule.

South African Popular Music Awards.

ARTS: Entries have officially opened for the first annual South African Popular Music Awards. The awards celebrate black excellence in the arts and shine a light on the music that has been the soundtrack for South Africans over the past 10 years. Winners will be announced on July 31 at the Sun Arena in Pretoria. To speak to us more we have Mathawe Matsapola, Head of Communications for the awards.

Mbuyisa Moleele attorneys

INTERVIEW: Ride-hailing giant Uber is set to face a class action in South Africa, as drivers demand employee rights. To make this happen, South African law firm Mbuyisa Moleele attorneys is teaming up with UK-based firm Leigh Day, which has already won certain employee rights for 25 Uber drivers in the UK. We’re joined on the line from London by Richard Meeran who’s a partner at Leigh Day.


TECH TUESDAY: GirlCode is looking for unemployed young women with matric to train as software developers. GirlCode is a company that offers skills training programmes that focuses on the software development industry. We now speak to Tinyiko Simbine, co-founder at Girl Code.

National Empowerment Fund

INTERVIEW: The National Empowerment Fund has established an Economic Distress Fund for black owned businesses. To speak to us more we have Mzi Dayimani who is the NEF General Counsel.

Psychologist Benedict Mhlongo

INTERVIEW: Basic Education minister Angie Motshekga will announce the 2020 national examination results shortly.
The Grade 12 class of 2020 faced a number of challenges in preparing for their matric exams, chief amongst these being the Covid-19 lockdown which drastically cut down on available teaching and learning time.
We now speak to psychologist Benedict Mhlongo about the role a parent can play in supporting a child who performed poorly in matric.

The Rivonia Trial exhibition

ARTS: The Rivonia Trial exhibition launched earlier today at Museum Africa in Newtown, Johannesburg. We now speak to one of the curators, Fanie Motsoeneng.

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