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 - Page 2
Field workers commence Covid-19 screenings in communities07 April 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
Field workers have started entering designated communities with the purpose of screening residents to ascertain whether individuals should be tested for Covid-19. Refilwe Moloto speaks to EWN reporter Kevin Brandt to discuss how it went in Paarl and Mbekwini.
Coronavirus & TB: What we know07 April 2020 | 9 Minute Listen
Prof Jeffrey Mphahlele, Vice President for Research at the South African Medical Research Council whose interests included epidemiology of HIV, genomics of infectious diseases and vaccination control of infectious diseases, talks to Refilwe Moloto about the links between TB and the coronavirus as well as misinformation surrounding the two conditions.
Tech Tuesday: Gamified Covid-19 learning platform launched to educate Africa about virus07 April 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
Despite widespread coverage of the spread of the Covid-19 novel coronavirus, there are still many who do not understand the nature of the virus and how behaviour needs to change in order to halt its spread. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Kobus Louw, MD of Digemy, a South African-based EdTech startup which has launched a gamified, data-light elearning platform to educate the continent on COVID-19 and the ways that behaviour change can help slow the spread of the global pandemic.
Cape Union Mart to reopen K-Way Ottery factory to manufacture face masks06 April 2020 | 9 Minute Listen
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Phillip Krawitz, the chairman of Cape Union Mart, who will be opening their Ottery K-Way factory in order to make face masks. They have already confirmed an order for 30 000 masks.
Insurgency in Cabo Delgado06 April 2020 | 8 Minute Listen
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Liesl Louw-Vaudran, senior researcher at the Institute for Security Studies, about the ISIS-inspired Ahlu-Sunnah Wal Jama’at (Al-Sunnah) who have been carrying out a series of attacks in northern parts of Mozambique.
#IFQSAT: Public Service Announcment: Clap for our frontline servicemen and women every night at 20:00.06 April 2020 | 3 Minute Listen
You may have heard clapping, banging, singing, and vuvuzel’ing outside your home every night at 20:00. What may he mistaken for an excuse to make a racket in your neighbourhood, should be clarified: it is a trend started in Italy, a moment of recognition and gratitude and a rallying call in support of especially medical and emergency personnel in Essential Services, who are working tirelessly to thwart the COVID-19 virus for us. Join in!
Increased in reports of gender-based violence during lockdown period06 April 2020 | 6 Minute Listen
Police authorities are concerned at the number of Gender Based Violence complaints received since the start of the coronavirus lockdown. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Dr Nthabiseng Moleko, a Development Economist at the University of Stellenbosch Business School and a Commissioner for Gender Equality about these concerns.