Fuzigish and Nomadic Orchestra!! Live at the Brass Bell
Fuzigish and Nomadic Orchestra Sat Sep 30 at The Brass Bell Gabriel du Toit 'Gavie' joins The Afternoon Drive with a taste of what you can expect when they appear alongside Fuzigish this weekend at The Brass Bell. Tickets: QUICKET Main Rd, Kalk Bay, Cape Town, R100 FAMILY FRIENDLY Sat Sep 30, 17:00…
Climate change: Six young people take 32 countries to court
Melanie Jean Murcott is an Associate Professor at The Institute of Marine and Environmental Law and Doctor of Laws in Constitutional and Environmental Law and she joins Pippa to consider the first case of its kind that has been filed by six young Portuguese people against 32 governments, including …
EFF calls for shutdown on Monday
EFF Provincila Seecretary Mbulelo Magwala joins Pippa to discuss the upcoming protest planned to take place in the Western Cape on Monday, 2 October in response to various grievances.
African Screenwriters selected for the Authentica Series Lab
Kelly-Eve Koopman joins Pippa as one of four talented episodic screenwriters from Kenya, Botswana, South Africa, and Senegal that have been handpicked for the second edition of the Authentica Series Lab, a prestigious development programme by the Cape Town-based Realness Institute.
BOOKS: A Small, Stubborn Town – life, death and defiance in Ukraine
British writer Andrew Harding joins Pippa to discuss his short but powerful new work, ' A Small, Stubborn Town – life, death, and Defiance in Ukraine'.
Storm repairs, missing Kleinmond man, road reopening
Cllr Grant Cohen joins Pippa as Speaker of the Overstrand Municipality to address the status in the area after the flood emergency.
Unseen Renoir to go on auction
Susie Goodman is Executive Director of Strauss & Co and she joins Pippa to describe a notable late-career painting by renowned French impressionist, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, titled "Fruits (Oranges et Citrons)". Painted in 1912 and valued between R2-3 million, this piece exemplifies Renoir's distinct…
Our Burning Planet: Rhino Day - Good news as Africa defies poachingTiana Waters
Pippa is joined by Daily Maverick journalist Tiara Walters to discuss the burning issue highlighted for WORLD RHINO DAY, ‘Good news for rhinos as Africa defies poaching crisis to boost populations'.
Insurance ombud on flood claims
Darpana Bodalina is the Senior Assistant Ombud with the Short Term Insurance Ombudsman and she joins Pippa to break down the factors that will inform the assessment of damages caused by the floods in the recovery that countless people will turn to their insurance providers to provide.
Higher education admission policies must be reformed
Jacques Rousseau teaches critical thinking and ethics in UCT’s School of Management Studies and he joins Mike to consider the urgent necessity for changes to admission policies in our system of higher education to ensure fair eligibility and opportunities for all prospective students.