Kaya Breakfast

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 13 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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19
OCT
2am

Swaneville Massacre, Beauty Buti

Many people, especially the youth, have no idea that on 12 May 1991, in Swaneville near Krugersdorp, a massacre occurred that left many people dead or disabled, with their houses, cars and personal belongings destroyed by fire. They also do not know that the survivors and their family members commemorate this day by holding a prayer meeting at a rock they use as a monument in the open field that was left after the massacre.
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19
OCT
1am

Siyabonga Genu, JRA head of infrastructure

Last week we spoke to the Gauteng legislature’s roads and transport committee chairperson, Dumisani Dakile about the issues raised by the committee on the repair work done on the M1 double-decker highway. We promised to get the Johannesburg Roads Agency on the show to talk to us about some of the issues raised and we’ve got JRA’s Siyabonga Genu joining us on the line.
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15
OCT
2am

God Knows, Zimbabwean

There’s a very serious problem affecting people from Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi. Many depend on travelling from their countries to South Africa to buy the provisions in South Africa on which their livelihood depends. To be able to cross the border into South Africa they must have a COVID-19 test so that they can show a certificate at the border into South Africa.
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14
OCT
2am

Gugu Gumede, founding member of Molao365

South Africans can now access and enjoy free legal advice through Molao365, Molao365, is an online free legal advice service offered via an application. Legal advice is offered absolutely free by qualified and experienced lawyers. The Legal advice is offered in most local South African Languages.
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14
OCT
2am

Professor Corné van Walbeek, from the Research Unit on the Economics of Excisable Products (REEP)

Between the 4th and 19th of June this year, a study was conducted by the Research Unit on the Economics of Excisable Products (REEP), an independent research unit based at the University of Cape Town on the smoking and quitting behaviour of South African smokers. This study follows on from REEP’s first study titled “Lighting up the illicit cigarette market: Smokers’ responses to the cigarette sales ban in South Africa”, which was published on 15 May 2020.
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