The Kieno Kammies Show
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Load shedding will hit data prices, cellphone companies warn21 March 2019 | 5 Minute Listen
Business Insider Reporter James de Villiers speaks to Pippa Hudson about how cell companies could start charging consumers more for services as loadshedding costs operators millions in securing back up generators and power supplies.
SA Chinese community challenges anti-Chinese hate speech in Equality Court21 March 2019 | 7 Minute Listen
Erwin Pon, chairperson of the Chinese Association Gauteng, talks to Pippa Hudson about why they are heading to court to oppose horrific hate speech directed at members of the Chinese community in South Africa.
President rubber stamps rebirth of Scorpions-type unit21 March 2019 | 4 Minute Listen
Stellenbosch University's political analyst, Prof. Ntsikilelo Breakfast talks to Pippa Hudson about the new investigative directorate which has been set up in the office of the National Director of Public Prosecutions. Their aim will be to investigate high profile crimes emerging from a string of corruption busting commissions currently underway.
From cattle herder to ceramics entrepreneur21 March 2019 | 5 Minute Listen
Pippa Hudson talks to entrepreneur Andile Dyalvane about his journey from an Eastern Cape cattle herder, to now running his own ceramics studio, famous for their once off pieces of authentically African creations. Andile is also now the face of Brand SA's uplifting advertising campaign.
Future Farmers expands to Western Cape after winning international prize21 March 2019 | 9 Minute Listen
Judy Stewart, founder of the Future Farmers Foundation, talks to Pippa Hudson about how they are mentoring the next generation of farmers, as well as how their KZN-based programme has now expanded to the Western Cape.
Seeking compensation for Medical negligence and misdiagnosis20 March 2019 | 6 Minute Listen
Kieno Kammies talks to Professor Sylvester Chima Associate Professor and Head of Programme of Bio & research Ethics and Medical Law: at University of KwaZulu-Natal) about the options people have to complain and seek compensation when they experience medical malpractice, negligence and misdiagnosis.