Today with Kieno Kammies
Today with Kieno Kammies
From 9 am to 12 pm every weekday, veteran radio personality Kieno Kammies will champion the issues facing individual Capetonians by using the station’s vast network of contacts for good, while also courting controversy by holding governmental ministers to account and seeking the truth within the politics. Tune in to Today with Kieno Kammies for longer interviews reflecting and unpacking some of the biggest national news stories of the day and join the conversation on The Open Line. Kieno will also get up close and personal in lifestyle-focused segments exploring, among other things, parenting, psychology, travel, and tech.
Tune in to Today with Kieno Kammies for longer interviews reflecting and unpacking some of the biggest national news stories of the day and join the conversation on The Open Line. Kieno will also get up close and personal in lifestyle-focused segments exploring, among other things, parenting, psychology, travel, and tech.
Episodes in this series
SA's need for Visionary leaders,13 August 2020 | 11 Minute Listen
The clip making the rounds on social media of President Ramaphosa stating that he's rather be remembered as a weak leader than the president who divided the ANC has upset many & called into question the leadership of a president that has been called before. He basically made it clear to all that he's more interested in his legacy as ANC president that president of the republic of SA. With his presidency floundering and his inability to stem the tide of corruption that has over taken his party where does this leave the man who many hoped was going to turn around the fortunes of SA? Kieno speaks to Solly Moeng CEO of strategic corporate communications consultancy DonValley Reputation Managers.
How we re-imagine education for the future in SA13 August 2020 | 18 Minute Listen
Covid 19 is clearly proving that the old conventional way of schooling is no longer effective and that a NEW WAY needs to be created and implemented sooner rather than later. Teacher Unions and SGBS are concerned about the readiness of schools to accept more learners on August 24. They are also concerned about the declining numbers of matrics who are attending school ahead of their final exams, and the lack of space as more grades return. So what exactly is this new way and what can we learn from other countries with a more advanced education system and how do we adapt? Kieno joined by Futurist and startegist from Mind of a fox Chantell Illbury.
The right afforded to consumers who buy second hand goods13 August 2020 | 15 Minute Listen
During tough times people sell their valuable personal items to raise much needed cash. In today's National Consumer Commission slot we take a look at the right afforded to consumers who buy second hand goods. Kieno chat to Joseph Selolo Director of Prosecutions at National Consumer Commission