The Best of Weekend Breakfast
Episodes in this series
RapidLion film Fest 2023.26 February 2023 | 9 Minute Listen
Filmmaker, Khethiwe Ngcobo on what to expect from this year’s RapidLion film Fest which is meant to take place from March 4 to 11 in partnership with the University of Johannesburg. Khethiwe’s documentary “1001 Days” explores the in-depth experience of new mothers in a South African townships.
South Africa greylisted by the Financial Action Task Force.26 February 2023 | 11 Minute Listen
Partner at Webber Wentzel, Rashaad Carrim on what to make of the Financial Action Task Force’s decision to grey list South Africa, the intergovernmental body that sets global standards to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, on Friday putting South Africa in the company of countries such as Syria, Haiti, Yemen and Mozambique.
Conservation NGO saves wildlife species from being managed as livestock.26 February 2023 | 13 Minute Listen
CSI & Nature Conservationist, Tim Neary and EWT Wildlife and Law Project Manager, Ashleigh Dore on The Endangered Wildlife Trust’s successfully getting the courts to overturn the department of agriculture’s decision to declare a list of wild animals as livestock reviewed and set aside in the North Gauteng High Court.
What is behind all these tech sector Layoffs.25 February 2023 | 22 Minute Listen
Editor At Large at MyBroadband, Jan Vermeulen on why so many layoffs in the tech sector? Following Telkom announcement that it will begin a formal retrenchment process that will see it layoff as much as 15% of its workforce, this after thousands of job cuts at companies such as Meta and Twitter last year, Google, Microsoft and Amazon plan to cut 40,000 employees together this year.
Mbuso Khoza’s 5th Isandlwana Lecture at the State Theatre in PTA.25 February 2023 | 12 Minute Listen
Award winning Musician and Actor, Mbuso Khoza on what to expect from the 5th Isandlwana Lecture at State Theatre this weekend, which was initiated by eShowe-born music star, historian and heritage enthusiast Mbuso Khoza half a decade ago, accompanied by the Afrikan Heritage Ensemble (an acapella group comprising 18 musos).