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 - Page 2
TPN credit- getting rid of non paying tenants21 January 2020 | 23 Minute Listen
Kieno speaks to Michelle Dickens, MD of TPN credit Non paying tenants are a nightmare for any landlord , you have no income, you not able to get them out off your property with out a court order,which could take months where you still wont be getting any income from your investment. How do you make sure the person looking to rent your property is not a dodgy non payer who will tie you up in legal wrangles when you want to get them out?
Dangers of undercover police work21 January 2020 | 9 Minute Listen
Kieno speaks to Eldred de Klerk- Dangers of undercover police work The recent fatal shooting of a undercover SAPS officer in the Cape Town CBD by City of Cape Town law Enforcement has upset the Police Minister Bheki Cele as investigators are unable to access cctv footage of the invident. Constable Thando Sigcu was shot & killed on 7th January on Heerengracht Street, near Burger King while apprehending a robbery suspect when two city of Cape Town law enforcement officers arrived on the scene. Shots were fired hitting
Roger Lucey- RIP Steve Fataar20 January 2020 | 7 Minute Listen
Legendary South African musician, Steve Fataar 76 paased away in the early hours of Saturday morning. Fataar died just hours after playing a gig at a popular Durban venue. it is suspected he died from lung complications. He and brothers, Ricky and Edries, rose to fame in the 1960 with their band The Flames One of the groups hits was For Your Precious Love. Steve is musician, journalist, film maker & actor Roger Lucey