The Midday Report with Stephen Grootes
Ray spoke to Govan Whitles who gave latest from the Thembelihle protests and Heidi Botchners a Grade 9 pupil at Fish Hoek about her win at the Taiwan International Fair regarding her study into what boys like in girls.
Nikiwe spoke to Bafana Magagula Gauteng Chairman of SANTACO about the taxi violence that erupted in Hyde Park leaving one taxi driver dead and Kay Makhubela SAPS spokesperson on the work the police are doing in apprehending the suspects.
Al Jazeera security leaks and Stellenbosch University
Nikiwe spoke to Phil Reese Manager of the Al Jazeera Journalism Department about the leaked security documents on South Africa and Martin Viljoen spokesperson of Stellenbosch University about the racial attack and Sikhulekile Duma Chairperson of DASO...
SA intelligence leaks
Ray spoke to Professor Michael Hough Emeritus Professor at the department of political sciences at the University of Pretoria about the leaking of confidential South African intelligent documents and Julian Knight Attorney in Private Practice about...
Hawks VS Sibiya, UN Security warning and Outgoing Shanduka CEO
Nikiwe spoke to Victor Nkwashu Lawyer of Shadrack Sibiya & Hangwani Mulaudzi Hawks spokesperson on the leave to appeal High court decision on unlawful suspension of Shadrack Sibiya and Phuti Mahanyele Outgoing Shanduka CEO about her resignation from...
The President meets the Editors
Nikiwe spoke to Vusi Madonsela Director General in the Department of Cooperative and Traditional Affairs about the latest in Malamulele and what government plans are to resolve the municipality issues and Mpumelelo Mkhabela Chairperson of SANEF about...
NSFAS fund and half a million truck drivers have no valid driving...
Nikiwe spoke to Dr Diane Parker Deputy Director General for Universities at the Department of Higher Education about the Nasfas fund corruption and Simon Zwane Spokesperson of RTMC about half a million truck drivers who have invalid driver documents....
Malamulele shutdown and Home Affairs bank IDs
Nikiwe spoke to Noel Manganyi Deputy chairperson of the Malamulele Task Team about the burning of a school last night after the shutdown was called off and Mayihlome Tshwete Home Affairs spokesperson on the partnership between Home Affairs and banks...
Latest from Parliament and 3Talk no more
Nikiwe spoke to Lechisa Tsenoli Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly about the post SONA briefing regarding the chaos in Parliament last week and Noleen Maholwana Sanqu host of 3Talk about her departure from the show after 12 years.
New low for SA politics
Nikiwe spoke to Lawson Naidoo of CASAC about Parliament’s fiasco and how it has impacted the country; Ben Cousins Research Chair Programme for Land & Agrarian Studies at the University Western Cape about expropriation of land and land ownership by...
The day after SONA
Stephen spoke to Jeff Radebe Minister in the Presidency about what happened at SONA2015 and Murray Hunter Spokesperson of Right2Know on the constitutionality of blocking cellphone signals in Parliament
Sona and Nkandla architect case might collapse
Stephen spoke to the Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete on today’s Sona preparations and how disruptions will be dealt with and Barnabus Xulu Lawyer of Minenhle Makhanya about why the Special Investigating Unit's R155-million civil claim against his...
Stephen spoke to Gaye Davis EWN parliamentary correspondent on the latest from Sona and Helen Zille Leader of the DA on the party's Sona Rally. We also had a chat to Jacqui Kew Associate Professor at the College of Accounting at UCT about translating...
Stephen spoke to Minister of Mineral Resources Advocate Ngoako Ramathlodi about his speech at the Mining Indaba encouraging foreign investors and Jay Morar COO of the Government Pensions Administration Agency on teachers who have been cashing in early...
Zuma hosts the media
Stephen spoke to political analyst Professor Sipho Seepe on President Zuma’s comments during the media lunch in Pretoria; Dr Jonathan Broomberg CEO of Discovery Health on the high price of medical aid; and Lufuno Gogora Leader of the Defenders of the...
Stephen spoke to Advocate Nazeer Casssim about the Nxasana inquiry that he is set to lead, Pravin Gordhan Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs about the demarcation board in Malamulele and Ryan Beswick Co-founder of SA Menswear...
Violent protests, Thuli not above law
Stephen spoke to David Van Wyk Researcher at the Bench Mark Foundation about the violent protests in South Africa and John Jeffrey’s Deputy Minister for Justice and Constitutional Development about his comments on the Public Protector not having...
Rupert blames unions for economy slowdown
Stephen spoke to Sdumo Dlamini President of COSATU who responded to Johann Rupert's claims that unions are to blame for the problems with the economy and Goodness Zulu Researcher Youth Research Unit about a report on high school kids having...
Regulating Private Schools
Stephen spoke to Lebohang Montjane, Executive Director at ISSA, about the regulation of private schools; Mphuti Mphuti President of Soweto Business Access about call by the Small Business Minister to regulate spaza shops; and Sandra Jocobs Founder and...
Stephen spoke to Paul O’Sullivan forensic investigator who commented on the latest regarding Jackie Selebi; Phumla Sekhonyane Gauteng Education Spokeswoman on the visit by MEC of Education Gauteng Panyaza Lesufi to Curro School in Pretoria embroiled...
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