Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
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SA is in grip of Covid-19 storm13 July 2020 | 7 Minute Listen
Professor of Vaccinology at the University of the Witwatersrand, Shabir Madhi, speaks to Refilwe Moloto about concerns raised by the President that South Africa is now in the midst of the Covid-19 storm, and that the virus may pose a greater airborne threat than initially thought.
Reaction to Ramaphosa's June 12 address to the nation13 July 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
Sanusha Naidu of the Institute for Global Dialogue speaks to Refilwe Moloto about the legality of government’s immediate alcohol ban, and what President Cyril Ramaphosa’s statement to the nation on June 12 says about the government still walking a fine line between saving lives and livelihoods as we see a spike in Covid-19 infections.
Moolah Mondays: The fight for women’s equality in domestic relationships13 July 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
The current South African law stipulates that only women who are recognised as spouses have the right to claim inheritance and maintenance in instances where their partner dies without a will. But this could all change soon in a landmark case. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Director at MDW Incorporated, specialist in estates about what we can expect.
Sutherland a wintry wonderland cut off from the world13 July 2020 | 4 Minute Listen
The town of Sutherland is known for being the home of South Africa's astronomical observatories, but also for their bitterly cold winters each year. The residents there are quite reliant on tourists who want to experience the clear night skies and the snow, but with the lockdown restrictions, many are unable to visit them due to the need to cross provincial borders. Thankfully, engineers working on the installation of wind turbines have kept them afloat. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Jurg Wagenaar, a guest house and campsite owner who also runs an amateur stargazing facility in the Northern Cape town.