Today with John Perlman

KAYA FM  |  Podcast , ±45 min episodes every day  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
The aim of the show is to provide the ultimate debate platform, raising current issues affecting the Gauteng province, but of national relevance. Topics are based on current affairs and politics with an aim to inform as well as to make a difference by rousing curiosity through debate and ultimately resulting in some form of action from the listener and guest. Today with John Perlman features current issues. It is thought-provoking, paradigm shifting but definitely not your ordinary talk show.

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Khanya Cekeshe's case divides the country

The case of Khanya Cekeshe has divided the nation, on Monday Cekeshe was denied bail. There are those who say his crime was justified, others believe that no act can ever justify any form of crime. John Perlman spoke to Rodney Isaacs from the Justice Department to get some clarity on Minister’s views and what exactly are the processes one would need to follow to get a presidential pardon. He also spoke to an independent journalist Fikile Ntsikelelo-Moya about how the case has been debated.

Violence in Schools

Khaya Sithole, tackled the issue of violence at schools with Xola Booi from COSAS, Nomusa Cembi representating SADTU and Matakanye Matakanye from the National Association of School Governing Bodies.

Veteran Actress Vathiswa Ndara speaks out

Khaya Sithole was in conversation with arts industry role players of about the challenges faced by actors working under various productions houses. The conversations also touched on regulatory short comings and what needs to be done going forward.

DA Politics - The State of the official Opposition.

The country’s official opposition has been making headlines recently. Mmusi Maine has been on the spotlight, Former leader Zille has since announced her availability to take up the party’s strategic position. DA’s Federal chairperson, Athol Trollip spoke to John Perlman to explain what exactly is at play in the DA. Author, Dr Crispian Olver later gave his own insights on DA politics.

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