Kaya Breakfast

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 14 hours  | 
Any morning that doesn’t include Kaya Breakfast means starting the day without the latest news analysis on the biggest political stories. Kaya Breakfast with offers bite-sized commentary by well-informed analysts who provide insights for the discerning Afropolitan listener. The show is also interested in positive stories in our country; from education to community development.

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Makhosini Mgitywa, PRASA Spokesperson

South Africa’s Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula today launched the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) Ministerial Security Plan. The plan involves an active involvement and collaborative effort with the ministers of Police, State Security, Justice and Correctional Services as well as the National Prosecuting Authority.
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12am

Thabisile Sikakane, Speaking on behalf of Fly SAX Pty

SA Express employees have made a daring attempt to save hundreds of their jobs with an ambitious bid to buy the state-owned airline and prevent it from final liquidation.Earlier this week, the workers said they had incorporated a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to bid for the airline's assets, subject to prevailing terms and conditions.
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2am

Dame Janet Suzman, director of the first multiracial production of Othello at Johannesburg's Market Theatre in 1987

Born in Johannesburg, Dame Janet Suzman moved to London in 1959, the experience of apartheid making her 'militantly liberal'. Recruited by the Royal Shakespeare Company she played leading roles including her acclaimed performance as Cleopatra in 1973, directed by her then-husband Trevor Nunn. Suzman's numerous television roles in the 1960s and 1970s included an adaptation of Arnold Bennett's Clayhanger (1976).
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