Emerging Economies - Will the upcoming Brics summit be moved to another venue?
The very public spats between Yevgeny Prigozhin and Ramzan Kadyrov. Shelling has been hitting Russia’s Belgorod region as militias mount cross-border attack.
Sizokthola – reality show takes on drug dealers
Lester Kiewit speaks to Xolani Khumalo, the presenter of Sizokthola, which is screened on Moja Love on DStv channel 157, and follows him on raids of the homes and businesses of suspected drug dealers.
The World View - Dam dangers mass evacuations in Ukraine after the dam destruction
Canada’s wildfires causing huge smoke problems far & wide. A virgin birth! for a crocodile in a zoo in Central America.
Vandalism and theft at CT cemeteries
Lester Kiewit speaks to MMC for Community services and health, Cllr Patricia van der Ross, about the challenges faced in the upkeep of city’s cemeteries and precautions taken to mitigate against vandalism and theft at cemeteries.
Top cops in fear of Eskom’s murky underworld
Lester Kiewit speaks to DA MP and member of Scopa, Benedicta van Minnen, after a top cop investigating crime at Eskom refused to appear before the committee out of fear for his safety.
State capture companies can still “loot” state coffers because there is no law to stop them
Karam Singh, executive director of Corruption Watch speaks to Lester Kiewit about what needs to be done to prevent state capture players from benefitting from government contracts because no legal measures have been put in place to prevent this.
Delays in City’s approval process for solar panels will drag through winter
Lester Kiewit speaks to Kadri Nassiep, Executive Director for Energy at the City of Cape Town, about the long delays in approval for residents to install their own solar panels.
Trendspotting Thursday: Fractional Leadership at C-Suite Level
One can get a part time worker at lower levels and even part time consultants at relatively senior positions, but what about the high-end side of business – the chief officers or C-Suite level as it is now known? Kirsty Bisset, MD of HaveYouHeard Marketing chats to Lester Kiewit about fractional le…
Butting heads over Smear Campaign
A recent court case has seen producers of Stork spread forced to change its label as it is deemed misleading, leaving consumer to think it is butter. Lester Kiewit speaks to Dr Tony Obilana, a Senior lecturer in the Food Science Department at CPUT, about the difference between butter and margarine,…
Community Cook up - a lifeline to Hout Bay’s underprivileged community
Lester Kiewit speaks to Tjarla Norton, founder of Community Cook up in Imizamo Yethu about the impact their soup kitchen has had on the local community.