The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
Episodes in this series
Political parties respond to election date announcement22 April 2021 | 3 Minute Listen
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the local government elections will take place on 27 October this year. For reaction, Bongani speaks to Action SA President Herman Mashaba and IFP President Velenkosini Hlabisa.
Gauteng Social Development lodges urgent application to close Alexandra creche22 April 2021 | 5 Minute Listen
The Gauteng Department of Social Development has lodged an urgent application to enforce the closure of Stepping Stone Daycare Centre. The centre has refused to close down following a toddler suffering severe burns at the creche. For an update, Bongani speaks to Feziwe Ndwayana, spokesperson of the Gauteng Department of Social Development.
Who are the role-players in Prasa corruption?22 April 2021 | 10 Minute Listen
Who have been the role players in the corruption cloud at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa)? Open Secrets is detailing the individuals and companies behind some of Prasa’s most controversial and corrupt deals. Bongani speaks to Michael Marchant, researcher at Open Secrets.
No resolution yet between NAC and protesting artists22 April 2021 | 4 Minute Listen
Artists have occupied the National Arts Council premises for 51 days, demanding answers about the management of the 300 million Presidential Employment stimulus package. Bongani speaks to Tshepo Mashiane, spokesperson of the National Arts Council.
Concerns raised about Daniel Mminele stepping down as Absa CEO21 April 2021 | 9 Minute Listen
Following the announcement that Daniel Mminele will step down as Absa CEO, concerns are being raised about the treatment of Black executives in corporate South Africa. Bongani speaks to Andile Nomlala, President of the Black Management Forum.
Public Servants Association warns government over public sector wages21 April 2021 | 8 Minute Listen
The Public Servants Association has once again warned government that the freeze on salary increases in the public sector will not be accepted by workers. Bongani speaks to Reuben Maleka, Assistant General Manager at the Public Servants Association.