The John Maytham Show
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Judgement in the hairdresser right to work case28 May 2020 | 2 Minute Listen
Guest: Shamiela Fisher | Reporter at EWN The Western Cape High Court has handed down judgement .... Judge Lee Bozalek yesterday heard an urgent application in which hairdressers pleaded to be allowed to open up for business under strict and safe conditions. EWN journalist Shamiela Fisher says an advocate representing them told the court that many are living hand to mouth and are pleading for the right to earn an income.
IPID pulls investigators from corruption probe28 May 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
Guest: Daneel Knoetze The Independent Police Investigative Directorate has recalled two investigators from a special task team probing corruption allegations against top police officials. They have been told to hand over their dockets. Viewfinder journalist Deneel Knoetze says former IPID officials see this as an attempt wreck high-level corruption investigations and protect accused policemen from prosecution.
MRC reports sharp spike in natural deaths in Cape Town28 May 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
Guest: Prof Debbie Bradshaw | Director Of The Burden Of Dise at Medical Research Council The Medical Research Council is reporting a sharp increase in natural deaths in Cape Town in the week up to 19 May which Debbie Bradshaw, the director of its burden of disease unit says they are taking as an early signal of the impact of Covid-19.
SAA - Dudu Myeni declared delinquent director and business rescue plan due tomorrow28 May 2020 | 6 Minute Listen
Guest: Guy Leitch Former SAA chairperson, Dudu Myeni, has been declared a delinquent director and banned from holding directorships. Myeni, who left the airline in 2017, presided over a dramatic decline in its finances. SAA was put into business rescue late last year. We speak to SA Flyer Magazine editor Guy Leitch about the impact she had on the company and the much-awaited announcement of the business rescue plan.