Point of View with Phemelo Motene

KAYA 959  |  Podcast , ±23 min episodes every 10 hours  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Point of View with Phemelo Motene, delves into the day’s current affairs, touching on real issues and sharing expert advice on the audience questions between 8pm to 10pm Mondays to Thursdays.

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Man in Tshwane faces charges for growing vegetables outside his home

In the middle of a pandemic, and at a time of even worsened food insecurity in our country - the Municipality of Tshwane has decided to lay charges and remove the vegetable garden of a man, Joe Nkuna, who was growing vegetables for his community. We speak to Jordan Griffiths, Acting Chief of Staff in the Office of the Executive Mayor to find out more about this situation.
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Updates on the Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu Case

We speak to Naledi Shange, Kaya 959 News Reporter about the latest updates in the Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu case. In today’s events, she appeared to have broken down after recalling evidence for her previous murders, which raises questions about her current mental state and how this could impact the trial.
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Government sidelined scientific advice of full return to alcohol sales, industry says

Since the ease of lockdown restrictions to Level 2 have begun, it has seemed on the surface that the liquor and restaurant industries have been opened again. However, beneath the surface, news has come out that the decision to continue restricting alcohol sales went against the advice given to them by scientific experts – who would have been comfortable with a full return to alcohol sales. We speak to convener at the National Liquor Traders Council, Lucky Mtimane.
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World Health Organisation releases stats on s*icide rates per country

Content Warning: S*icide, Depression

The recent report and study conducted by the World Health Organisation on the suicide rates in each country are staggering – to say the least. South Africa ranks second in the world, and in this hour-long conversation, we break down the different factors to why, potential ways of dealing with depression and more with a panel of experts, and callers with their own experiences.
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Are you keen for your children to get the vaccine?

After the announcement on Sunday by the South African Health Products Authority (Sahpra, that approved the use of the Pfizer Comirnaty vaccine “in terms of section 21 of the Medicines Act to include individuals aged 12 years and older.” Will you be jump at the opportunity? We speak to Professor Mosa Moshabela, Associate Professor and Deputy Vice Chancellor of Research and Innovation (Acting) at the at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, to find out more.
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Another Stabbing is reported at Pholosho Secondary school in Alex

Just a week after a Grade 10 boy was killed in a stabbing at school by a fellow pupil at Pholosho Secondary School in Alex, another stabbing has been reported – this time a Grade 7 girl stabbed a Grade 9 boy, just outside the school premises. This raises further questions about the hostile environment at the school and the community, and to help us understand more, we speak to Nxamile Poponi, the SGB Chairperson at Pholosho Secondary School, Councillor - Tefo Raphadu and past students and members of the community.
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In conversation with Ofentse Pitse – One of South Africa’s leading conductors

At just 29 years of age, Ofentse Pitse has already made her mark in South African music. She conducts and runs an orchestra, Anchored Sound – which prioritises and spotlights black classical musicians. She’s worked with the likes of Nduduzo Makhathini and Mbuso Khoza and more. We speak to her about her music work, her history in archictecture, and she even gets a surprise call from an old friend from her architectural days
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