Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
News, views, business, traffic and weather – everything you need to start your weekday is served on Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto between 6 am and 9 am.
Financial analyst turned media maven Refilwe shares her top three business stories at 7.27am – the daily financial update that you simply can’t miss. On Wednesdays, Refilwe delves even deeper into the week’s biggest local and international headlines with a panel discussion just after 8 am, which explores the biggest stories in even greater detail. And on Fridays, tune in from 8 am to round out your week on an inspirational note and hear from the trailblazers, creatives, chefs and entertainers making waves in the city.
Episodes in this series
Some taxis not adhering to government's Covid-19 regulations05 June 2020 | 6 Minute Listen
With more people being allowed to return to work it has been observed that some taxi operators are not adhering to the safety regulations. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Bonginkosi Madikizela, Western Cape MEC for Transport and Public Works to discuss what authorities are doing about it.
Key Eastern Cape Covid-19 hospital shut dow05 June 2020 | 10 Minute Listen
The Eastern Cape’s largest casualty unit at Livingstone Hospital, had to be shut down(( on Wednesday, 3 June)) for a number of reasons including personnel absences, a shortage of sterile gloves and complaints that the Accident and Emergency Unit was last cleaned three days ago. Daily Maverick journalist, Estelle Ellis talks to Refilwe Moloto about the unfolding health crisis in our neighbouring province which now has the country's second highest number of infections and deaths due to Covid-19.
Everyday Xhosa - 'Andinamsebenzi'05 June 2020 | 5 Minute Listen
Guest: Qingqile Mdlulwa | Correspondent at Everyday Xhosa Today’s isiXhosa expression is “ANDINAMSEBENZI”. A-N-D-I-N-A-M-S-E-B-E-N-Z-I, colloquially it means “I don’t care/I couldn’t be bothered/ I have no business with”. Although it actually means “I have no work” depending on context. For example, ANDINAMSEBENZI nawe if you don’t like avo, or think pineapple on pizza is evil. Same thing if you think Michael Jordan is a better basketball player than Kobe Bryant. And it’s safe to say that most people ABANAMSEBENZI with social distancing when queueing for liquor. It’s most commonly expressed as “ANDINAMSEBENZI NALONTO” (I don’t care/give a damn about that). I’m also 100% certain that Donald Trump AKANAMSEBENZI about anything
Mice moving in with you? You're not alone - It's what they do this time of year05 June 2020 | 7 Minute Listen
With the colder weather setting in, you are more likely to have some uninvited furry visitors seeking refuge in your homes. Sebastian Seelig is the MD of Pest Free SA, and chats to Refilwe Moloto about different ways to deal with rodent infestations.
How will second-hand car prices be affected if rental firms offload en-masse?04 June 2020 | 7 Minute Listen
Car hire companies have been hit hard by the global curtailment on travel and may soon be selling off much of their vehicle stock, What will the impact be on used car prices? Refilwe Moloto speaks to independent motoring journalist Lance Branquinho.