The Kieno Kammies Show
Episodes in this series
Can SA wine exports benefit from USA-China trade war?19 June 2019 | 4 Minute Listen
China's wine market has grown 450% over the past 10 years, yet wine exports from the USA to China have dropped by 25% in 2018. So does this mean good news for the local wine export market? To find out Kieno speaks to Michael Mokhoro, stakeholder manager for Vinpro and for SALBA (South African Liquor Brand Owners Association).
Medical glue will see the end of staples and stitches19 June 2019 | 5 Minute Listen
Kieno speaks to Alona Shagan, a PhD student in Bio Technology at the Israel Institute of Technology where they have developed the first medical glue which can be used to close up wounds, replacing stitches and staples.
Local maths education entrepreneurs at EdTechXEurope convention19 June 2019 | 5 Minute Listen
Kieno talks to founders of Paper Video, Chris Mills and Paul Maree about the EdTechXEurope convention which kicked off this week. They are proudly presenting as 1 of the 28 Edtech finalists that were selected from around the globe with them having been 1 of 2 South African startups to make the final.
W Cape Human Settlements MEC to lend a hand at Belhar housing development19 June 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
The Belhar CBD housing project was launched in 2017 and upon completion in 2022 this second phase initiative will see 4000 mixed-use, mixed-income and mixed-tenure housing opportunities. Today will see recently-appointed Western Cape Human Settlements MEC Tertius Simmers adding some finishing touches by doing some painting.
Help needed for young ICT entrepreneur to finish studies19 June 2019 | 8 Minute Listen
We talk to ANC leader Cameron Dugmore and promising ICT entrepreneur Sibongile Mbhele about efforts to get Mbhele to complete his studies through the Emeritus Institute of Management in Singapore. Dugmore has launched a fundraising effort.
Barbs' Wire - DA MP Phumzile Van Damme punches man, lays racism complaint19 June 2019 | 4 Minute Listen
Trending stories on Barbs Wire with Barbara Friedman. Protesters in Hong Kong are making headlines - for cleaning up afterwards and leaving the place spotless. Your old Disney VHS videotapes could be worth 1000s on eBay.