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Pan South African Language Board.

INTERVIEW: "Lockdown" has been crowned the SA word of the year after being used nearly 500,000 times. The word beat "Jerusalema" and “Covid-19.”
Last year “Zondo Commission” was the term of the year.
We’re now joined on the line by Ntombi Huluhulu, spokesperson of the Pan South African Language Board.

Jazz musician Billy Monama

ARTS: Jazz musician Billy Monama is on a quest to get South African schools to teach South African music and the first step towards this goal is hosting South African Heritage music workshop. He joins us on the line to chat about this mission.

Institute of Race Relations

INTERVIEW: The fraud charges against a “coloured” teacher who identified himself as “African” in a job application have been dropped. Glen Snyman who is a teacher in the Western Cape was facing the charges because he said he was “African” in an application for a principal position. We now speak to Sara Gon, Head of Strategic Engagement at the Institute of Race Relations.

Native Nosi

BE DRIVEN: Mokgadi Mabela is the owner of Native Nosi, a bee farming company specialising in the production of pure, raw, South African honey. Mabela is a third generation beekeeper; her father is beekeeper and her grandfather was a beekeeper too. She joins us on the line..

Parktown Boys High

INTERVIEW: Parktown Boys High School principal Malcolm Williams has been fired over the death of Enoch Mpianzi. 14-year-old Enoch drowned at a school orientation camp in January, at the Nyathi Bush and River Break Resort in Brits in the North West. We now get reaction from family lawyer Wikus Steyl from Ian Levitt Attorneys.

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