#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 views on the ANC currently.
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