Kaya 959 Siz the World with Sizwe Dhlomo

Siz the World with Sizwe Dhlomo

Siz the World with Sizwe Dhlomo on Kaya 959 weekdays, 06h00 to 09h00. Supporting Sizwe on the breakfast show are Sol Phenduka, Mpho Maboi, and Mfundo Mabalane.
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Business Update - Checkers Sixty60 ups its offering.

On Business Update, Gugulethu Mfuphi spoke with Sizwe Dhlomo about Spotify facing a U.S lawsuit for unpaid royalties. They also touched on Checkers Sixt60 upping its offering in the battle for more online sales.
20 May 2AM 4 min

Iran’s President Raisi, FM Amirabdollahian die in helicopter crash.

It’s been confirmed that Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian have been killed in a helicopter crash in Iran’s East Azerbaijan province. Professor Siphamandla Zondi, from the Department of Politics & International Relations at University of Johannesburg, joined Sizwe Dhlomo to share insights on what this means…
20 May 2AM 13 min

#FirstThingsFirst - Jacob Zuma addresses rally in isiZulu.

The uMkhonto We Sizwe Party launched their manifesto at a rally in Soweto this past weekend. The party’s leader Jacob Zuma addressed the attendees in isiZulu. Many have opined on this, saying they felt left out as non-Zulus. The team shared their own opinions and asked whether as a voter,…
20 May 1AM 12 min

Business Update - Rolex closes operations in SA.

On Business Update, Gugulethu Mfuphi joined Sizwe Dhlomo to speak about the closing of operations of luxury watch brand Rolex. They also discussed Nampak selling its Nigerian operations.
17 May 2AM 4 min

#OpenLine: DNA testing, quota system in sports, the state of the ANC, etc.

Today’s open line comprised of discussions on the inner workings of Kaya 959 and its presenters. Other topics included the never-ending debate on quota system in sports, especially in cricket. They also quizzed a caller who asked why DNA testing is not compulsory at birth. Moreover, Sizwe Dhlomo shared his…
17 May 2AM 16 min

#FirstThingsFirst - The role of media and arts in nation building.

The #SizTheWorld team have an absorbing discussion about the type of entertainment and media we consume. They posed a myriad of questions. Like, “how do you feel about where media, and arts in its entirety, is now? Does it build society? Does it have a responsibility to play or it’s…
17 May 2AM 16 min

DStv’s big piracy fight in South Africa.

MultiChoice says fighting piracy of its DStv channels is an ongoing battle that presents multifaceted challenges. It previously said illegal streams were a bigger threat than competition from rival services like Netflix. Editor of MyBroadband, Jan Vermeulen, joined Sizwe Dhlomo to reflect on this by firstly, providing a definition of…
16 May 1AM 11 min

#FirstThingsFirst - Capacity of constitution to solve crime issue.

The Patriotic Alliance (PA) has doubled its reward to R500,000 for information that could help police arrest suspects responsible for the murder of a five-year-old child in Soshanguve. The team discussed the capacity of the constitution to fight high levels of crime and shared their views on PA using the…
16 May 12AM 16 min

Changing of number plates.

About two years ago, Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi announced a plan to introduce new “tamper-proof” vehicle licence plates in South Africa’s economic hub. The original launch date was supposed to be 1 April 2024. KZN has already rolled out their new number plate system. The team weighed in on the…
15 May 2AM 11 min

How far would you go to protect your parents?

King Combs, the son of rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs, defended his father amid his numerous sexual assault lawsuits and slammed his critics including longtime rival 50 Cent—who is among the most vocal critics of Combs throughout his legal troubles—in a new track titled “Pick A Side.” The team discussed the…
14 May 1AM 11 min

#FirstThingsFirst - A new “hero” in the fight against load shedding.

Mybroadband reports on Eskom System Operator General Manager, Isabel Fick, as the woman stopping a total grid collapse in South Africa. In their interview with Isabel, who has been with Eskom for three decades, they say part of her role is keeping staff motivated and focused on ensuring that the…
14 May 1AM 12 min
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