Kaya Breakfast

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 15 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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#CORONAHOPE Medical Feature with Dr Tiny Mhinga


love thy neighbour and your days will be multiplied.

A call for action

In a time when the world calls for social distancing, our hearts yearn to reach out.

A threat which we initially considered to be 'out there' not only threatens our borders and gates but our homes.

We stock up our shelves with produce and supplies. Fortifying our homes with anti-bacterial weapons.

Yet, we tend to dismiss that regardless of the artillery we stock, that our best defense and weapon is consideration. Considering that what's good for my family is best for all families.

If we want to flatten this curve, we must standardize our living conditions, across all racial groups, across all income levels.

So next time you restock, take stock and buy for the cashier, the nurse, the cleaner, the driver. Heal your home by healing our nation.

Patterson Bannoh, independent driver for tourist in Ghana

How Covid-19 affects the travel and tourism industry and livelihood of independent tourist drivers in Ghana. The coronavirus epidemic is putting up to 50 million jobs in the global travel and tourism sector at risk, with travel likely to slump by a quarter this year, experts predict that once the outbreak is over, it could take up to 10 months for the industry to recover.

Prof Ruth Hall from PLASS, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies based at the University of the Western Cape

The social legitimacy of the ‘COVID-19 lockdown’, government’s regulations imposed to contain the spread of the virus, is most likely to run aground unless an urgent plan can be made to ensure that everyone in the country has access to sufficient food. And it’s not looking good.

Based on interviews, statements by various organisations and the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies’ own experience, a summary of the already-evident impacts of the lockdown on poor people’s access to food, and on the informal food economy – from small farmers to street vendors and spaza shops – that is so important in meeting people’s daily food needs can be accessed on click link → https://www.plaas.org.za/food-in-the-time-of-the-coronavirus-why-we-should-be-very-very-afraid/

Tech Feature With Pria Chetty, Technology Lawyer and Director of Endcode

SA government will be tracking mobile phones to curb COVID-19. The Minister of Communications, Telecommunications and Postal Services Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams on Wednesday (25 March 2020) said to help fight against the spread of COVID-19, local cell phone companies have agreed to give the government cellphone location data. She said this will help the department of health local those infected by the novel coronavirus.

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