The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
Taxi violence in the Western Cape: What’s being done about it?
The conflict between taxi associations in Cape Town has led to at least 80 people being killed and commuters unable to get to work. What’s being done about it? Bongani speaks to Daylin Mitchell, Western Cape MEC for Transport and Public Works.
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702 Weekly Favour: Curro learners call on South Africans to join #HopeToHeal movementeal movement30 July 2021 | 3 Minute Listen
Following the recent unrests in the country, Curro Holdings has initiated a movement called #HopeToHeal to add their voice to heal the nation. Bongani speaks to Mari Lategan, Corporate Services Executive at Curro Holdings.
Athletes and mental health: When its okay to be not okay30 July 2021 | 16 Minute Listen
Elite athletes continue to speak publicly about the impact of elite sport on mental health. Bongani speaks to Kirsten van Heerden, sports psychologist and former swimmer, and John-Laffnie de Jager, a mental coach and former tennis player.
Right of reply: Sinkholes in Tshwane30 July 2021 | 7 Minute Listen
GOOD party says that sinkholes are negatively affecting local communities and threatening safety of citizens. What is the City of Tshwane doing about this? Bongani speaks to Dikeledi Selowa, MMC for Roads and Transport in the City of Tshwane.