Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
DPE on future of SAA
Nonny Mashika Deputy Director General for Aviation at the Department of Public Enterprises speaks to Refilwe Moloto about the vision for the future of SAA, now that the department has withdrawn from a Leadership Consultative Forum tasked with getting the airline through its current turbulent times.
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Labour issues while working from home02 July 2020 | 6 Minute Listen
How do you effectively deal with work-from-home issues you are facing? Refilwe speaks to Silke Rathbone, principal partner at Labour Excel, a labour law specialist consulting company, to find out how to approach your company with these matters.
ANC welcomes back VBS duo02 July 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
Dr. Sithembile Mbete, lecturer in the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria, talks to Refilwe Moloto about the significance of the ANC deciding to reinstate two members linked to the looting of VBS, while the state continues to arrest those linked to the bank's collapse.
City of Cape Town suspends officers pending investigation into Khayelitsha eviction02 July 2020 | 5 Minute Listen
The City of Cape Town is in the process of suspending staff members pending further investigation and disciplinary procedures related to an eviction in Khayelitsha where law enforcement officers were filmed allegedly removing a naked man from his shack. The video has caused outrage on social media. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Richard Bosman, Executive Director for Safety and Security for the City of Cape Town.
Trendspotting Thursdays - The evolution of E-commerce02 July 2020 | 9 Minute Listen
The Covid-19 pandemic has promoted extraordinary growth in the e-commerce industry as more consumers turn to online shopping and digital transactions to meet their needs. Refilwe Moloto chats to Ryan McFadyen about the evolution of E-commerce during the past few months.
Popi Act gets expanded to offer more protection for consumers01 July 2020 | 11 Minute Listen
As if 1 July 2020, sections of the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act of 2013 will come into effect to offer more protection of privacy. Refilwe speaks to Nadine Mather, Senior Associate at Bowmans law firm, to unpack what this means for businesses and consumers.