THE MIDDAY REPORT: Update on the big winners at Oscar Awards 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Nadia Neophytou, on the big winners at the Oscar Awards 2017.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: James Dalton's day in court in Cape Town

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Ilze-Marie Le Roux, about James Dalton's day in court for alleged assault.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Court scraps traffic fines dating back to 2008

Stephen Grootes spoke to chairman of Justice Project SA, Howard Dembovsky, about a court ruling scrapping Joburg and Pretoria traffic fines issued since 2008.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: What to expect after Gauteng rains?

Stephen Grootes spoke to forecaster at SA Weather Services, Wayne Venter, about what we should expect after a full week of rains in Gauteng.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gauteng water restrictions to be lifted

Stephen Grootes spoke to MMC for environment and infrastructure services, Cllr Nico de Jager, about lifting of water restrictions after a good week of rain.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Prasa's Collins Letsoalo holds media briefing

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about Collins Letsoalo's 350% increase salary package as PRASA acting CEO.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SACP speaking on descent of the ANC

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, David Monyae, about SACP on the state of the ANC and concerns regarding radical economic transformation being used for sinister agenda.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Thabo Mbeki inauguration as Unisa Chancellor

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about Thabo Meki's inauguration as Unisa Chancellor today.

KIENO KAMMIES: Eyethu Hout Bay Skate Park

If you think back to when you grew up – and compare it to now, you will remember all the good clean fun you had with your friends around the neighbourhood – when our parents would let us out unsupervised until the sun went down. There is no doubt that we need safe public spaces – and we're not talking about malls… we talking about parks and open areas where children and teens can hang out and enjoy themselves… not just sitting at home in front of the TV or a smartphone. A few years ago, the community of Hout Bay came up with an idea for such an open space – and a seed was planted. And that was the start of what was to become the Eyethu Hout Bay Skate Park They're about to kick start their crowdfunding campaign to make this a reality… Additional info: Vicki wasn't there from the start but was sucked in about a year ago as it resonated with her – as her husband is a skater as is her son – and she considers herself a social philanthropist There are over 5000 youngsters in Hout Bay – so there is a definite need for such an area The skate park will be 900 metres and will allow for beginners to progress to advanced levels. The word “eyethu” is Nguni for “ours” - it is an affirmation of togetherness, and shared partnership or ownership Rotary also saw the opportunity and took it up – and by following the necessary processed took it to council and got land awarded for the project… http://eyethuskatepark.org.za/

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce plays the business quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Best Bits of the Money Show

Bruce highlights the best bits of the show for the week.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

David analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Liberty Holdings results

Thabo Dloti, Liberty's CEO take Bruce and listeners through the company dire financial results.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: All things Oscar Award weekend

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Nadia Neophytou, about all things Oscar Awards weekend.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Vaal Dam almost 100% full

Stephen Grootes spoke to spokesperson for the Department of Water & Sanitation, Sputnik Ratau, about the Vall Dam filling up.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Response to Brian Molefe as MP

Stephen Grootes spoke to David Lewis from Corruption Watch for a response on Brian Molefe's swearing in as member of parliament.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Challenges facing SARS under Tom Moyane leadership

Stephen Grootes spoke to Judge Bernard Ngoepe about the challenges facing SARS under Commissioner Tom Moyane's leadership.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Unpacking xenophobia in SA's communities

Stephen Grootes spoke to Shaun Bolton from the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation in an effort to unpack xenophobia alongside South Africa's social cohesion project.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MTN Nigeria closes Abuja office after anti-foreigner march

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Samson Omale, about MTN Nigeria closing their Abuja offices after vandalism during the anti-xenophobia march.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Reaction to anti-foreigner march

Stephen Grootes spoke to Chairperson of the Somali Association of South Africa, Shukri Dries, about the anti-foreigner march taking place in Pretoria today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Cosatu speaks out against xenophobia

Stephen Grootes spoke to Cosatu spokesperson, Sizwe Pamla, about their position regarding the anti-foreigner march taking place in Pretoria.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: David Makhura addresses xenophobia during response to SOPA debate

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about premier David Makhura's comments on xenophobia.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Update on anti-foreigner march

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, for an update on the anti-immigrant march in Pretoria today.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media: Twitter #Xenophobia | #|PeopleWhoThinkTheyMadeIt | #LifeEsidimeni

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus

Creating time to do what you, as a business owner, should be doing.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance Feature

How will the budget affect investments?

THE MONEY SHOW: A new T20 league

He spoke about a new T20 League coming to SA.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market commentary

Rudi gave an update on the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Barclays Africa released results

Maria gave an update on the group's separation plans.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: NASA discovers more planets

Stephen Grootes spoke to astronomer, Bill Hollenbach, about the 7 Earth-like discoveries made by NASA.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Jay-Z inducted on Songwriter Hall of Fame

Stephen Grootes spoke to MD of Culprit Entertainment, Cul, about Jay-Z becoming the first rapper to be inducted into Songwriter Hall of Fame.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Herman Mashaba delivers budget adjustments

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about Herman Mashaba's budget adjustments for the City of Joburg.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sassa eyeing for CPS agreement for social grants

Stephen Grootes spoke to Sassa spokesperson, Paseka Letsatsi, about Sassa eyeing for an agreement with CPS for social grants tender.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Relief for property buyers with no transfer costs for properties below R900 000

Stephen Grootes spoke to Remax property expert, Steven Delit, on whether having no transfer costs for properties less than R900 000 will be significant.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Will 45% tax on top earners be effective?

Stephen Grootes spoke to economist at Nascence Advisory & Research, Xhanti Payi, on whether the 45% tax on those earning R1.5-million and more will be an effective redistributive method.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: How will the sugar tax affect consumers once it's implemented?

Stephen Grootes spoke to Deputy Director of Priceless SA about how the sugar tax will affect consumers once it's implemented.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mcebisi Jonas speaks about Budget Speech 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Ilze-Marie Le Roux, about Mcebisi Jonas speaking about the Budget Speech 2017.

KIENO KAMMIES: Automotive industry – servicing and spares (RMI perspective)

On Tuesday morning we had Thembinkosi Bonakele from the Competition Commission live in studio on the news that Citibank would pay R69.5m following their banks collusion investigation. During that conversation Bonakele mentioned that they were investigating the automotive industry for unfair practices relating to car servicing and car part after-markets as well as seeking clarification into how motor plan benefits the consumer. Have a listen to an extract of that conversation now – Play clip 0'47” This morning we'll speak to an car expert on the servicing and repairs of vehicles … Additional information The investigation was based on allegations of price fixing, market division, and collusive tendering in the market for the manufacture and supply of automotive components supplied to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). It was alleged that from 2000 to date, 82 automotive component manufacturers colluded in respect of 121 automotive components. The components include inverters, electric power steering, glow plugs, rear sunshades, pressure regulators, pulsation dampers, purge control valves, accelerator pedal modules, power management controllers, evaporative fuel canister systems, knock sensors, spark plugs, and clearance sonar systems. The investigation is launched against automotive components manufacturers, such as Denso Corporation, Maruyasu Industrial Company Limited, Hitachi Company Limited, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Tokai Rika Company Limited, NGK Spark Plug Company Limited, Mikuni Corporation, Aisin Industries Company Limited, Panasonic Corporation, Futuba Corporation, and Fijistu-Ten Limited.” These companies supplied parts to Toyota, Daihatsu, Nissan, Isuzu, Honda, Suzuki, General Motors, Hyundai, Yamaha, Volvo, Mazda, Mitsubishi, and Ford.

KIENO KAMMIES: Automotive industry – servicing and spares (National Automobile Dealers' Assoc responds)

On Tuesday morning we had Thembinkosi Bonakele from the Competition Commission live in studio on the news that Citibank would pay R69.5m following their banks collusion investigation. During that conversation Bonakele mentioned that they were investigating the automotive industry for unfair practices relating to car servicing and car part after-markets as well as seeking clarification into how motor plan benefits the consumer. Have a listen to an extract of that conversation now – Play clip 0'47” This morning we'll speak to an car expert on the servicing and repairs of vehicles … Additional information The investigation was based on allegations of price fixing, market division, and collusive tendering in the market for the manufacture and supply of automotive components supplied to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). It was alleged that from 2000 to date, 82 automotive component manufacturers colluded in respect of 121 automotive components. The components include inverters, electric power steering, glow plugs, rear sunshades, pressure regulators, pulsation dampers, purge control valves, accelerator pedal modules, power management controllers, evaporative fuel canister systems, knock sensors, spark plugs, and clearance sonar systems. The investigation is launched against automotive components manufacturers, such as Denso Corporation, Maruyasu Industrial Company Limited, Hitachi Company Limited, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Tokai Rika Company Limited, NGK Spark Plug Company Limited, Mikuni Corporation, Aisin Industries Company Limited, Panasonic Corporation, Futuba Corporation, and Fijistu-Ten Limited.” These companies supplied parts to Toyota, Daihatsu, Nissan, Isuzu, Honda, Suzuki, General Motors, Hyundai, Yamaha, Volvo, Mazda, Mitsubishi, and Ford.

KIENO KAMMIES: Automotive industry – servicing and spares (consumer perspective)

On Tuesday morning we had Thembinkosi Bonakele from the Competition Commission live in studio on the news that Citibank would pay R69.5m following their banks collusion investigation. During that conversation Bonakele mentioned that they were investigating the automotive industry for unfair practices relating to car servicing and car part after-markets as well as seeking clarification into how motor plan benefits the consumer. Have a listen to an extract of that conversation now – Play clip 0'47” This morning we'll speak to an car expert on the servicing and repairs of vehicles … Additional information The investigation was based on allegations of price fixing, market division, and collusive tendering in the market for the manufacture and supply of automotive components supplied to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). It was alleged that from 2000 to date, 82 automotive component manufacturers colluded in respect of 121 automotive components. The components include inverters, electric power steering, glow plugs, rear sunshades, pressure regulators, pulsation dampers, purge control valves, accelerator pedal modules, power management controllers, evaporative fuel canister systems, knock sensors, spark plugs, and clearance sonar systems. The investigation is launched against automotive components manufacturers, such as Denso Corporation, Maruyasu Industrial Company Limited, Hitachi Company Limited, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Tokai Rika Company Limited, NGK Spark Plug Company Limited, Mikuni Corporation, Aisin Industries Company Limited, Panasonic Corporation, Futuba Corporation, and Fijistu-Ten Limited.” These companies supplied parts to Toyota, Daihatsu, Nissan, Isuzu, Honda, Suzuki, General Motors, Hyundai, Yamaha, Volvo, Mazda, Mitsubishi, and Ford.

KIENO KAMMIES: 2017 Budget and Entrepreneurship

Does the 2017 budget do enough to boost entrepreneurship in South Africa? Pravin Gordhan made mention a number of times of the importance of an “inclusive economy” and entrepreneurs as keys to the growth of our economy, but is the R3.9 billion allocated towards stimulating SMMEs going to be enough when the economy is almost R4 trillion?

KIENO KAMMIES: Quintessential Cape Town: Addis

If you haven't done so already, you will probably be looking for watering cans, buckets and other plastic containers to store or carry water in… and we're quite sure that in many cases, you will come upon the Addis brand Did you know that the company behind Addis products in South Africa actually started right here in Cape Town? This can be consuming because the Addis name has been around in the UK for over 300 years So to tie up all the loose ends of how a UK brand is also one of our own, we're joined by Errol Stern, CEO of Usabco – the company behind Addis products... Additional info Addis (Usabco) were started in Cape Town over a hundred years ago and only took on the much older Addis (UK) brand about 50 years ago to gain new ground – but they operate independently and today even supply South African-made products to Addis (UK).

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Cape Town is SA's most congested city

Stephen Grootes spoke to Etienne Louw from Tom Tom Africa about Cape Town being the most congested city in terms of traffic.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Remebering the 1917 SS Mendi tragedy

Stephen Grootes spoke to manager at SA Heritage Resource Agency, Thomas Khaku, in remembering the 1917 SS Mendi tragedy.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Talking about Budget Speech 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to deputy secretary general of SACP, Jeremy Cronin, on what to expect ahead of the Budget Speech 2017 ahead of its delivery in Parliament today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sassa drags their feet on appointing company for social grants tender

Stephen Grootes spoke to amaBhungane investigative journalist, Craig McKune, about recent developments around Sasssa granting a social grant tender to a company.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Talking all things Budget Speech 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to CEO of Business Unity SA (BUSA), Tanya Cohen, about the Budget Speech 2017 ahead of its delivery in Parliament today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trading kicks off on new stock exchange ZARX

Stephen Grootes spoke to CEO of ZARX, Etienne Nel, about kicking off their first trade in 10 seconds on new stock exchange ZARX

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mamelodi Concerned Residents on anti-immigrant march

Stephen Grootes spoke to the organiser of Mamelodi Concerned Residents, Magoka Leganyane, about their planned march against illegal foreign nationals in Pretoria.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Court rules on SA decision to withdraw from ICC

Stephen Grootes spoke to Minister Michael Masutha regarding the High Court ruling that SA's decision to withdraw from the ICC is invalid and unconstitutional.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Court rules against SA withdrawal from ICC

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the Pretoria High Court ruling that South Africa's decision to withdraw from the ICC is unconstitutional and invalid.

KIENO KAMMIES: Drive to save 10% electricity and water by 2020

The drive to save water and electricity continues. The goal is to save 20% by 2020. In February, Cape Town's dams were at 36% of their total capacity, down by nearly 7% from this time last year. If the water level falls below 20% it can no longer be pumped out. The city has implemented increasingly stringent restrictions. Residents have been calling into radio stations, sometimes to offer their solutions to dying lawns, sometimes to complain about their non-compliant neighbours. The restrictions have prompted criticism of the city's statements, including one in which informal settlements were blamed for being major water wasters, GroundUp reported. Alan Winde, MEC for economic opportunities, joins us on the line now… #WaterWatch Remember to visit the CapeTalk website and check out our special feature on water saving.

KIENO KAMMIES: New SA exchange ZAR X makes first listing

On Monday saw ZAR X (South Africa's newest stock exchange) make their first listing with integrated agri-business, Senwes and its holding company, Senwesbel. (Senwes is a provider of white maize, with its 60 silo complexes enabling the storage of 25% of South Africa's grain output). The debut of ZAR X disrupted not just a 50-year long monopoly enjoyed by the JSE but the alternative exchange settled its first trade in just 10 seconds — a buy order for 100 shares in agricultural group Senwes at R10.50 a share. We'll hear from CEO, Etienne Nel, on what they attribute their successful super-fast trading to… Additional information https://www.zarx.co.za/ https://www.instagram.com/zarx_xchange/ https://twitter.com/ZARX_xchange The FSB Appeal Board earlier this month (9 February) dismissed the combined appeals of the JSE and 4AX against the granting of an exchange licence to ZAR X – allowing the company to proceed in opening a new stock exchange in the country.

KIENO KAMMIES: Ahead of the The National Budget Speech 2017

The Finance Minister, Mr Pravin Gordhan, is set to deliver South Africa's next budget speech today at 2pm. During his Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement, in October last year - Gorhdan told the public that the ailing economy can be restored if all sectors collaborate. The finance minister says that if government does not collect and generate revenue for the economy, there will be hit on both taxes and expenditure. He says that it will take collective responsibility to support confidence and investment in our economy, while also creating a predictable policy and political environment. While this is all good and well – the still uncertain global economic climate and slow domestic growth, and the dark cloud of a possible ratings downgrade mid-year, present a once again difficult job for the Finance minister.

KIENO KAMMIES: Water wasters to be named and shamed by City

On Monday the city announced, and warned that they would come out to name and shame water wasters. Last Thuesday we spoke to Mayor De Lille about her act of issuing notices to residents that are guilty of high consumption in her home suburb of Pinelands. In the statement released by the city - De Lille said the identities of all customers who paid admission-of-guilt fines or appeared in court regarding contravention of Level 3B water restrictions will be made public.. She said the city would also publish the lists of fines issued in various areas where contraventions took place, including street names but without numbers. According to IOL The city's Water and Sanitation Management Department has identified 20 000 residential consumers with high consumption as well as commercial customers and government departments since the implementation of restrictions.

KIENO KAMMIES: Ad feature: Fake News 2.0 & video content creation

Creative technology which can be used to create content is getting cheaper, more powerful and more widespread by the day. But what are the downsides of this? Fake news 2.0: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohmajJTcpNk Pick of the week: Interesting idea from Amazon - it's the Treasure Truck - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55rm33I8M_c

EARLY BREAKFAST: Teen Suicide Prevention Week 2017 | SADAG

Relebogile had a chat with Zamo Mbele, Clinical Psychologist and SADAG Board Member about Teen Suicide Prevention Week 2017. Nearly 75% of people who commit suicide tell someone first. The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) highlights Teen Suicide Prevention Week from the 18th – 26th February to raise awareness around teen depression and suicide prevention to help teens know that Suicide is not the only solution to a temporary problem.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Police on high alert in response to xenophobia

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about police being on high alert in Pretoria over threats of xenophobic incidents sparking.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Is Brian Molefe appointment lawful?

Stephen Grootes spoke to Lawson Naidoo from the Council for the Advancement of South African Constitution about whether Brian Molefe's nomination to Parliament is lawful.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mcebisi Jonas on SA ahead of Budget Speech 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about Mcebisi Jonas comments on developments in South Africa ahead of the 2017 Budget Speech tomorrow.

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays - Dr. Eve

Dr. Eve talks about her upbringing and philosophy towards money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Book feature - Age of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Our New Renaissance’.

Ian discusses the book, ‘Age of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Our New Renaissance'.

THE MONEY SHOW: ZAR X debuts

ZAR X made its debut and settled its first trade in 10 seconds — a buy order for 100 shares in agricultural group Senwes at R10.50 a share. Eteinne talks about the debut.

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Nadim clarifies why he prefers EOH Holdings; Clicks and Metrofile Holdings in his investment portfolio.

THE MONEY SHOW: People's Budget

Listeners get 30 seconds to illustrate their budget solutions in a short speech.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graham analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: People's Budget

Listeners get 30 seconds to illustrate their budget solutions in a short speech.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Orlando Pirates announce Kjell Jonevret as the new coach

Stephen Grootes spoke EWN reporter, Morena Mothupi, about the newly-appointed coach for Orlando Pirates FC.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Donald Trump launches another anti-media tirade

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Nadia Neophytou, about Donald Trump's ongoing anti-media tirade.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nande militiamen kill 25 Hutu people

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, JJ Cornish, about ethnic killings in DRC where Nande militiamen decapitated 25 Hutus.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: March against foreigners planned in Pretoria

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about fears over xenophobia simmering in Pretoria.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nehawu marches against Treasury and Minister of Finance

Stephen Grootes speaks to Nehawu spokesperson, Khaya Xaba, about their national march planned against Minister of Finance and Treasury.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Brian Molefe nominated as Member of Parliament

Stephen Grootes spoke to secretary of ANC North West, Dakota Legoete, about Brian Molefe to be sworn in as a member of parliament from the North West province.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: David Makhura delivers state of the province address

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Masego Rahlaga, about developments unfolding at the Gauteng state of the province address.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Laduma shares his talent with fellow South Africans

Internationally recognised Maxhosa by Laduma fashion designer Laduma Ngxokolo is presenting a series of business talks from next week – starting with his home city of Port Elizabeth on Saturday, February 25. The series, Laduma Design Talks, is being presented in conjunction with Chivas Regal – for free around the country – but prospective participants need to register, and the deadline is Monday, February 20.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Innovation – OKAZI App

Okazi is Helping Businesses Leverage Employee Downtime Marlon Parker was inspired to pursue the idea when an employee at his nonprofit accelerator, RLabs, came to him saying he had extra time on his hands; at the same time, a business acquaintance of his needed someone to do data entry. South Africa has an employment problem. Not only are unemployment levels the highest they've been in ten years, they're also becoming increasingly volatile -- people are getting hired and laid off over shorter time periods, meaning that even once someone has a job, they are more likely to be laid off if work dries up. And the youth unemployment rate is even worse, with more than 50% of people under 24 out of work. But Marlon Parker, the co-founder of Okazi, thinks their team has a solution. Okazi is a platform for placing salaried workers who have extra availability at other companies temporarily. The client company pays the host company, and the host uses that money towards the worker's salary, allowing the employer to employ someone full-time that they may have otherwise been forced to lay off.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: South Africa ranks as best winter-sun destination for Northern Hemispherians

South Africa's beach destinations have done us proud again, ranking as one of the best winter-sun destination for Northern Hemispherians. According to Conte Nast Traveller, South Africa is best to visit in November and March and what sets the country apart amongst others - Laos, Oman and Hawaii - is stunning scenery, breathtaking beaches, as well as world-class wines and fabulous food. Unsurprisingly, the Western Cape gets a mention. "The country's most celebrated stretch of coastline is the glorious Garden Route. However in the other direction, a road trip through the Western Cape makes a rewarding alternative and the weather is particularly good in December and January," says Conte Nast Traveller.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: MKMVA demands harsher punishment for banks over collusion

for a Judicial commission of Inquiry into the banks after the Competition Commission found that 17 international and local banks colluded to manipulate foreign-currency trades and recommended some of them be fined 10% of their final turnover. Chairperson Kebby Maphatsoe said there has to be "harsher punishment" for corruption by the private sector. "The government must act decisively, we have been very polite when it comes to corruption by the private sector but when its corruption by government and ANC members everyone stands up as if a bomb has exploded somewhere," Maphatsoe said. The Competition Commission found that implicated banks including Absa, Standard Bank and Investec used Bloomberg chatrooms to enter into arrangements to fix prices of the dollar/rand exchange and divide the market by allocating customers since at least 2007.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: What’s in the naming of Cyclones

Tropical cyclone Dineo has been downgraded to a tropical depression after losing energy and intensity as it moved overland overnight. Although weakened, the remnants of this storm will still be felt in parts of South Africa. The northern and eastern parts of Limpopo, and the eastern parts of Mpumalanga will experience the greatest impact of the storm, with heavy rain expected over the next two days, where rainfall totals could exceed 100mm over 48 hours. Wind speeds of more than 50 km/h are expected from Thursday night. Gauteng will also feel the effects of the storm, but the effects will be marginal in comparison to the lowveld. Wind will be the biggest factor for Gauteng. From late on Thursday we're expecting south-easterly to easterly winds of 40km/h, gusting at 55km/h.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa

the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa is the largest contemporary art museum opening in Africa in more than 100 years. Ahead of its Grand Opening during South Africa Heritage Weekend in September 2017, Zeitz MOCAA today announced major gifts from the Roger Ballen Foundation and the Eiger Foundation to Zeitz MOCAA's endowment to establish and support a Centre for Photography. Johannesburg-based Ballen is one of the most influential and important photographic artists of the 21st century, with a career spanning more than forty years. His work has been included in collections belonging to the prestigious Museum of Modern Art, the Tate Modern, the Smithsonian, and the Pushkin Museum, to name but a few.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Lead SA feature – Khayelitsha Swimming Outreach Programme

Carol Esterhuizen and her team from Ripple Effect Swim School have started the Ikhaya Le Themba Swimming Outreach Program. The aim of the program is to improve the self-confidence of school children by teaching them the skill of swimming, increasing their water safety skills and exposing them to competitive swimming opportunities. To help the project grow a relay team of 4 Swimmers, Graham Esterhuizen, Anton Van Zyl, Zane Van Zyl, Neil Van Der Spuy from C-vive, are entering the "Freedom Swim" of 7.5 km from Robben Island to Big Bay on 8 April 2017. The whole idea started with the vision to see communities positively impacted through the personal development of school children, by engaging with them in swimming activities; and to see the growth of swimming as a competitive sport within South Africa.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Premier Zille State of the Province Address

Premier Helen Zille says the province's precarious water situation could threaten economic progress in the Western Cape. Delivering her State of the Province Address on Friday, Zille said indications are that provincial water demands will exceed the current supply by 2019. Zille says that for the economy of the Western Cape to grow, the province also has to become more energy secure. Premier Helen Zille says national and provincial government are discussing major interventions to address water shortages in the province but all of these come at a hefty price. A desalination plant for Cape Town will cost at least R15 billion and operational costs could run up to a billion rand a year. This month the provincial government will also be launching a campaign to encourage businesses to switch to solar. Zille says the province will support the City of Cape Town in legal action to allow the municipality to purchase power from independent power producers.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Health Feature: TB treatment

A Stellenbosch University (SU) researcher is involved in a large international study aimed at shortening TB treatment in the majority of patients. Prof Gerhard Walzl from SU's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences is part of the Predict-TB consortium which is developing a device that identifies patients whose TB can be cured after just four months of treatment, instead of the usual six months. Current treatment of TB is long, complicated to administer, and can have severe side-effects. To prevent recurrence of the disease after treatment is stopped patients undergoing treatment must take a combination of different antibiotics for at least six months– this often leads to improper adherence, which consequently can result in the development of multi-drug-resistant TB (MDR). Treatment for drug-resistant TB can take up to two years, and is yet more complex, expensive, and toxic. The staggering cost of curing MDR-TB poses a significant challenge to governments, health systems, and other payers – and still, many patients are unable to even access treatment. Among those who do receive treatment for MDR TB, only 50% survive.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: The importance for parents to play with their children.

Lovelyn spoke to Prof Eric Atmore about the importance for parents to play with their children and the benefits therefore which playing has on kids.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce plays the Biz Quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Best Bits of the Money Show

Bruce goes through the show's highlights for the week.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Gary analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Friday File - Started business with crowdfunding

Kyle received an overwhelming R2.5-million investment from crowdfunding - arguably the most successful crowdfunding campaign created by a South African to date. He tells Bruce about his experience.

THE MONEY SHOW: Currency Price Fixing

Treasury on the Competition Commission's case against 17 banks accused of manipulating the currency.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Donald Trump shocks in media briefing

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Nadia Neophytou, about Donald Trump's shocker media briefing.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: President Zuma launches Marabastad refugee centre

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Thando Khubeka, about President Jacob Zuma launching the Marabastad refugee centre.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Moloto Mothapo appointed as Parliament spokesperson

Stephen Grootes spoke to Moloto Mothapo about the furore over his appointment as Parliamentary spokesperson after resigning as ANC Caucus Parliamentary Spokesperson.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Legal opinion revealed on Sassa social grants tender

Stephen Grootes spoke to Sassa spokesperson, Kgomoco Diseko, about a legal opinion stating that Sassa would need years to administer social grants themselves.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mcebisi Jonas insists on bribery offer by the Guptas

Stephen Grootes spoke to lawyer representing the Gupta family, Gert van der Merwe, about Mcebisi Jonas insisting that he was offered R600 000 cash by the Guptas in exchange for more favourable relations.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Debacle continues on SA banks found colluding

Stephen Grootes spoke to Chairman of Intellidex, Stuart Theobald, about the ongoing debacle regarding the 3 SA banks found to be colluding by the Competition Commission.

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus - Debtors and getting paid

Finding customers is one thing, getting paid is another. So many businesses are too scared to ask for payment for the fear of losing the customer. Yet, the true cost of not getting paid on time is seldom calculated, always felt and increases the risk of the business tremendously. How do create a debtors policy, how do manage it, ow do you get paid and what can you do to collect what's owned. A strong request from a number of Facebook followers.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance - couples and money

As it is Valentine's week, we will look into couples and money. Many people move in together before they get married and start combining their income and expenses. Some couples will even buy a home, pets or other items together. This could all end badly if there is a break up in the relationship – what should couples in this position do? •Co-habitation agreement •Estate duty/Donations tax planning •Life assurance •Separate investment/bank accounts

THE MONEY SHOW: City Lodge half year results

City Lodge published single-digit profit growth as occupancies drop. Normalised headline earnings inched up 2% to R197.12m as the occupancy rate dipped to 66% in the six months to December from 69% a year ago. Clifford takes Bruce through the results.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money show FAQs - Currency fixing

Stuart explains what banks actually did and why they fixed currency trades.

THE MONEY SHOW: Truworths' annual results

Michael takes Bruce through the company's financial results.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graeme analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Woolworths annual results

Despite difficult trading conditions in both South Africa and Australia, Group sales increased by 6.7% to R37.8 billion. Ian takes Bruce and listeners through the results.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Working from home not as productive as being office-bound

Stephen Grootes spoke to HR specialist, Elsabe Manning, about research indicating that working from home not being as productive as being office bound.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Israel-Palestine peace discussed in meeting between Trump and Netanyahu

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Paula Slier, about Donald Trump's position on the Israel-Palestine conflict in a meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel.

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Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about the public meeting held by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SAHRC continues hearings on racism and social media

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Masa Kekana, about the hearings into racism and social media conducted by the SA Human Rights Commission.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: CRL to resume hearings into initiation deaths since 2006

Stephen Grootes spoke to chairperson of the CRL, Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva, about the hearings into more than 500 initiate deaths since 2006.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Raymond 'Razor' Barras' shot dead

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Mandy Weiner, about the mystery behind the fatal shooting of Raymond 'Razor' Barras yesterday.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Competition Commission says 3 banks to be prosecuted for collusion

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, Ralph Mathekga, about the prosecution of 3 SA banks found of collusion of the Competition Commission.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Competition Commission on collusion of 3 SA banks

Stephen Grootes spoke to commissioner of the Competition Commission, Tembinkosi Bonakele, about exposing collusion of 3 SA banks.

KIENO KAMMIES: O’Sullivan’s arrest an attempt to derail Phahlane probe says IPID

Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) head Robert McBride has told the police's portfolio committee that the arrest of private investigator Paul O'Sullivan was an attempt to derail the investigation into acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane. McBride and a delegation from the independent watchdog body have briefed Parliament on a range of issues including high-profile cases such as the one against Phahlane as well as Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza. Police arrested O'Sullivan on Monday but the High Court in Pretoria ordered his release several hours later. The private investigator is the complainant in the corruption investigation into Phahlane. Holding no punches, McBride says he believes the arrest of O'Sullivan is linked to the corruption case against Phahlane.

KIENO KAMMIES: bank collusion case referred to competition tribunal

The Competition Commission on Wednesday referred a collusion case to the Tribunal for prosecution against 17 banks, including three of South Africa's big banks. The Commission has been investigating a case of price fixing and market allocation in the trading of foreign currency pairs involving the rand since April 2015. The banks involved include Absa, Standard Bank, Investec, HSBC and Nomura International plc. The Competition Commission has found that from at least 2007 these banks had a general agreement to collude on prices for bids, offers and bid­offer spreads for spot trades in relation to currency trading involving the rand and the dollar. The Commission has been investigating a case of price fixing and market allocation in the trading of foreign currency pairs involving the Rand since April 2015. It has now referred the case to the Tribunal for prosecution.

KIENO KAMMIES: Quintessential Cape Town – Waves for Change

We were overjoyed when we heard that while Wayde van Niekerk lost out to Nico Rosberg at the Laureus World Sport Awards in Monaco, we had another winner in the form of Waves for Change. They were given the Laureus Sport for Good Award by none other than Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco. The honour is awarded to organisations or individuals who, in the opinion of the Laureus World Sports Academy, has used the power of sport to overcome violence, discrimination or disadvantage. Waves for Change has certainly been doing that and they have expanded from one site to six – five in South Africa and one recently launched in Liberia. We're glad to have been speaking to them from their early days – and are joined once again by founding director, Tim Conibear Additional info Since 2011, Waves for Change (W4C) has reached over 1000 children and helped over 50 coaches achieve qualifications and skills in surf coaching, lifesaving, child protection, trauma counselling and computer training. There were no female participants initially, but now one third of the children taking part are girls. Surfing has since become one of the most popular sports in the township communities and young people are becoming mentally and physically healthier as a result. The success of the programme has seen the W4C operation expand from one site to six - five in South Africa and one recently launched in Liberia. In the vulnerable areas that they operate in, there might only be one social worker per 30 000 inhabitants @WavesforChange #SurfTherapy https://www.facebook.com/WavesforChange http://www.waves-for-change.org/

THE MONEY SHOW: Shapeshifter

Sisa talks about his career path and the challenges facing the SA tourism industry.

THE MONEY SHOW: Big Five reasons why SA is missing out on a commodities boom

1. The recent Mining Indaba showed miners and the government talking past each other, as long as this continues, new investment will be scarce. 2. The govt has fundamentally contradictory aims, in that it wants jobs and investment, but it also wants conditions that make getting investment really difficult. 3. The current situation isn't working, but things can be done, like setting up a sovereign wealth fund using mining royalties, and using that to invest in mining companies. 4. Infrastructure needs attention, especially rail. 5. SA needs to think both small and big and see exactly where they can meet the commodity needs of China and India.

THE MONEY SHOW: Big Five reasons why SA is missing out on a commodities boom

1. The recent Mining Indaba showed miners and the government talking past each other, as long as this continues, new investment will be scarce. 2. The govt has fundamentally contradictory aims, in that it wants jobs and investment, but it also wants conditions that make getting investment really difficult. 3. The current situation isn't working, but things can be done, like setting up a sovereign wealth fund using mining royalties, and using that to invest in mining companies. 4. Infrastructure needs attention, especially rail. 5. SA needs to think both small and big and see exactly where they can meet the commodity needs of China and India.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Unusual - Tribute to Hans Rosling

Business Unusual pays tribute to Hans Rosling, described as ignorance's greatest enemy. His work on public health and statistics has challenged prevailing and false beliefs on the progress in the world and his gapmider visualisation tools have assisted governments, business and ordinary people better understand the world around them.

THE MONEY SHOW: Courts order SAA to pay Comair more than R1bn

Guy explains the reasons why the courts ordered SAA to pay Comair more than R1bn in an antitrust dispute.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Chris analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Anglo American Platinum's results

Anglo Platinum released results saying that although there were numerous positives for platinum demand last year, in the form of investment, automotive and industrial demand, there were some notable challenges, particularly in the jewelry sector.

THE MONEY SHOW: CPI slows more than expected and ZAR hits 15-month best against USD

Mamello discusses reasons why CPI slowed more than expected and local cu hits 18-month best against US dollar.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: High-level Trump advisers in communication with Russia

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Nadia Neophytou, about high-level Trump advisers who have been found to have been in constant communication with Russia.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: North Korean leader's half-brother assassinated

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Steve Vines, about the details surrounding the assassination of North Korean leader's half-brother.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: More lane closures on the M1

Stephen Grootes spoke to MD of Johannesburg Roads Agency, Dr Sean Phillips, about more lane closures on the M1.

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Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Masa Kekana, about SA Human Rights Commission hearings on racism and social media.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sassa appears before MPs over social grant tender service provider

Stephen Grootes spoke to executive director of Corruption Watch, David Lewis, about Sassa officials appearing before MPs over the social grant tender service provider debacle.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: What does Anthony Still's dismissal mean for governance?

Stephen Grootes spoke to lecturer at Wits School of Governance, Dr Ivor Sarakinsky, about what Cllr Anthony Still's dismissal means for governance in the City of Joburg.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Anthony Still shares reasons behind his dismissal

Stephen Grootes spoke to Cllr Anthony Still about the reasons behind his dismissal as City of Joburg MMC for Environment & Infrastructure Services.

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Stephen Grootes spoke to MD of EE Publishers, Chris Yelland, about the Deloitte report revealing the possibility of Eskom's 2008 load-shedding being engineered.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Deloitte report reveals load-shedding may have been engineered

Stephen Grootes spoke to Eskom spokesperson, Khulu Phasiwe, about whether Eskom's 2008 load-shedding was engineered.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Officials appear before MPs over Life Esidimeni report

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Lindsay Dentlinger, about the officials who appeared before the portfolio committee on social development regarding the Life Esidimeni report.

KIENO KAMMIES: Brics report: India

There have been further developments with regards to India's demonetization The election fracas in a southern state - Tamil Nadu. Of course, Virat Kohli has become the first batsman ever to score four double centuries in four successive tests and Ashvin has become the fastest to reach 250 wickets so all other news pales!

KIENO KAMMIES: Reducing pedestrian deaths, improving safety for all

With the N2 upgrade between Borcherds Quarry and the R300 nearing completion, one is anticipating that the traffic flow will be much improved… But this will mean cars will likely be travelling faster… and with so many pedestrians taking their chances and crossing the highway illegally, the chances of them being knocked down and killed or seriously injured – is high. More than 600 pedestrians killed every year in the Western Cape – that's 48% of all road fatalities, up from 43% two years ago. So why have the engineers not incorporated safety barriers in the median to prevent people from running across, and instead forcing them to use the many pedestrian bridges?

KIENO KAMMIES: International Childhood Cancer Day

Today (15 February) is International Childhood Cancer Day. Every year 800 to 900 children are diagnosed with Cancer. Early diagnoses – however – can significantly increase the chances for recovery in childhood cancer. For parents and guardians, it's important to know the early warning signs. This is where CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation SA comes in. They raise awareness for cancer as well as provide support for children and adolescents with cancer, survivors and their families by "keeping more than hope alive" – as their logo suggests. We hear from Wilmé Verwoerd next…

KIENO KAMMIES: Ad feature: Brands & trolling by Trump

Could US brands be secretly hoping to get trolled by Trump? Pick of the week: The Grammy's are another opportunity for US brands to strut their stuff - and the pick of the crop was the new one from Nike - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43QTjFCPLtI

EARLY BREAKFAST: Icelet Device helps patients with Alzheimers

Relebogile had an Interview with Janine De Grill Inventor of the Icelet Device, which is a device designed to provide accurate up to date personal information for anyone who is unable to communicate them due to accident or illness. In 2012 Janine De Grill's daughter sustained a head injury and prior to that her father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, in both of these instances they were unable to communicate even the most basic of information. This prompted Janine to develop a product which will help anyone in this position due to illness, disability or in the case of an accident.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Taking a look at what’s in the Times Newspaper today

Relebogile looked at stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media, He also shared the results of the Poll.Twitter: #SONADebate | #Mmusi Maimane| #MomenofSilence| #EFFPresser | #TrevorNoahAtTheDome| #Dineo | #StatsSA EarlyBreakfast Poll: #StatsSA revealed that crime is going down, so is police confidence. Do you have confidence in our justice system? Results: 112 votes | 13% voted Yes | 87 % voted No

THE MONEY SHOW: The Science of...

Bruce looked into the Science of Fintech.

THE MONEY SHOW: Africa Business Focus

She looked into the fake money in circulation in Nigeria and more...

THE MONEY SHOW: Heroes and Zeros

Find out which tech giant made it as this week's hero.

THE MONEY SHOW: Three businesses on how Valentine's Day is driving sales.

Bruce spoke to dr Marlene "Dr Eve" Wasserman, Clinical Sexologist and Founder at DR EVE (the brand), Ryan Bacher, MD at Netflorist, and Mike Turk, MD at Cardies.

THE MONEY SHOW: Comair results

Erik talked about the financial health of the group.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market commentary

Wayne gave an update of the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Economics 2017

Goolam shares his insights into the economic shifts of 2017.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Donald Trump's national security adviser resigns

Stephen Grootes spoke to US foreign policy expert, Brookes Spector, about the resignation of Donald Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trump and Zuma hold telephonic conversation

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, Dr David Monyae, about the implications of talks between Presidents Jacob Zuma and Donald Trump yesterday.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: EFF press conference

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about the details of the press conference held by the Economic Freedom Fighters today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: KZN COGTA dissolves Nquthu municipality

Stephen Grootes spoke to national spokesperson of the National Freedom Party, Bheki Gumbi, about their plan going forward after the Kwa-Zulu Natal COGTA dissolved the Nquthu municipality.

THE MIDDAY REPORT:

Stephen Grootes spoke to spokesperson of Top Six taxi Association, Zeblon Semelane, about the issues fuelling taxi turf war protests in the Johannesburg CBD.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Herman Mashaba fires MMC Tomy Still

Stephen Grootes spoke to Tony Taverna-Turison from the City of Joburg about Herman Mashaba's dismissal of MMC Tony Still over the approach on City Power corruption probe.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Unemployment statistics and crime survey

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about the unemployment statistics and the results of the crime survey.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SAPS remains mum on arresting Paul O'Sullivan

Stephen Grootes spoke to Gareth Newham from Institute for Security Studies about the state of SA Police Service after the release of Paul O'Sullivan in an unlawful arrest.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Paul O'Sullivan released after unlawful arrest

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about recent developments surrounding the arrest of forensic investigator Paul O'Sullivan.

KIENO KAMMIES: Sygnia Asset Management continues to make waves

You work hard for your money, but how hard is your money working for you? How should you invest it? Shares, unit trusts, index funds, policies, property, annuities or savings account? Have you got enough stashed away for a rainy day? Or for your retirement? A retirement annuity (RA) is private pension plan - an investment that is specifically designed to help you save for retirement. RAs function as a kind of “wrapper” that contains a number of investments in shares, property, bonds and cash. Some people say there isn't a Retirement Annuity in South Africa that is more cost-effective than Sygnia Asset Management. (In just seven years, Sygnia managed to secured over R100bn in assets under management – very impressive for a company that's relatively “young”.) Today we'll have the CEO of that company – Magda Wierzycka – in studio with us to talk all things finances. As her Twitter bio so succinctly explains, Wierzycka says she is “trying to change the financial services industry for the better, one educated investor at a time…” she joins us now! Additional information Magda qualified as a Fellow of the Faculty of Actuaries (Edinburgh) in 1994. She has over 20 years' experience in the South African asset management industry and has published widely in the field. She has also served as a board member of the Actuarial Society of South Africa. Since 2006 she has headed Sygnia as its CEO.Twitter: @Magda_Wierzycka https://www.sygnia.co.za/ 0860 794 642 (0860 SYGNIA) or admin@sfs.sygnia.co.za Magda Wierzycka needs little introduction in the fund management industry in South Africa after selling African Harvest Fund Managers to Cadiz in 2006. She led the buyout of the remainder of the group, which was the genesis of Sygnia Asset Management. Sygnia is an innovative FinTech company based in South Africa and listed on the main board of the JSE. The company provides asset management, stockbroking and administration services, as well as a wide range of savings products, to institutional and retail clients. All that we do is supported by leading-edge technology platforms. https://www.sygnia.co.za/our-company/overview Sygnia at a glance: • R158 billion in assets under management and administration • R14 billion in unit trusts since launch in 2012 • Over 600 institutional clients (domestic and international) • Over 6 000 individual clients • Offices in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban • Over 170 staff • Market disruptor business strategy • Focus on innovation through technology • Most cost-effective savings products in South Africa, with fees starting at 0.40% per annum • Level II contributor in terms of the Financial Sector Charter

KIENO KAMMIES: 'KwaFaku School could collapse at any time, say parents'

Parents and teachers at KwaFaku Primary School in New Crossroads say their pupils are sitting on a “ticking time bomb” as the facility, made of styrofoam, could collapse at any time, according to a report published on IOL. The report states that frustrated parents protested outside the school asking their children not to attend classes, citing health and safety reasons.They say the school is in a state of despair as the toilets are blocked, the roof leaks, ceilings are caving in and parts of the facility have already collapsed. The school was opened 17 years ago for experimental use, according to the teachers. They say the building material installed is outdated and could not be replaced as the school was only meant to be used for a short time. According to KwaFaku Primary School principal Maureen Figlan the facility was meant to be demolished earlier this year and pupils provided with mobile classes. “When we moved into this facility in 2000, there had already been defaults. The school was built for experimental purposes, not for a long term. That is why you see it collapsing this way. The material is irreparable. You can't find it anywhere,” she said. Figlan said the pupils' health was at risk due to the amount of dust they inhaled due to the open classes. “The fear that the parents are having is that they do not know when this will collapse. We don't want to have a situation similar to the Nigerian church collapse. The school was supposed to be demolished in January, and we are in the middle of February but we have not heard anything from the department,” she said. Community leaders say the protest was meant for one day, but had been extended after officials failed to address the issue yesterday. “We had anticipated we would shut down the school only for a day, but after seeing that no one cares, we will have to shut it down again. This is a matter of the life and health of our children,” one said. The department said construction was expected to start at the beginning of 2019. It said pupils would continue being accommodated in the current building, and would be moved when the new infrastructure was finished.

KIENO KAMMIES: Unabridged birth certificates / Robben Island Weddings

On Friday morning – we heard how many parents are panicking as they are trying to find places in schools for 2018 – and deadlines are looming for them to get their applications in. On yesterday's show we spoke to Jessica Shelver, the spokesperson for the Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Shafer, and she told us that school governing bodies can insist on unabridged birth certificates – as they want to ensure that in the event of one parent not paying the fees, that they can hold the other parent responsible. But we also have the problem of delays being experienced when parents have applied for the unabridged birth certificates… ALSO Today sees 20 couples saying “I do” at the chapel on Robben Island… and the department of Home Affairs have chosen those from less fortunate backgrounds…

KIENO KAMMIES: A 60 % employment of South Africans in business’ says Gigaba

All businesses in Cape Town are required to have a workforce of at least 60 percent South African citizens in their employ, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has clarified. Gigaba said his department was preparing for a “mass inspection” of businesses countrywide to ensure they complied. He said the regulation was not new, but had been tightened to flush out companies that were flouting the law. “This has nothing to do with xenophobia, in fact xenophobic violence is what we want to prevent,” Gigaba said in an interview with the Cape Argus. “We must prioritise the employment of South Africans, and businesses across the board have to comply.”

EARLY BREAKFAST: Women eat, men choose sex when stressed -- study

Gushwell Brooks had a chat with Vanessa Ascencao, Health and wellness expert about emotional eating and a UK study which revealed that Women eat, men choose sex when stressed. A new UK study shows that half of women surveyed turn to food to deal with stress and anxiety while over a quarter of men choose sex or porn. The study by London's University College surveyed 115 men and 250 women and found that 27% of the males chose sex and porn to relax, compared to only 11 percent of women. Fifty-one percent of women comfort ate to calm anxiety, compared to 31 percent of men, various UK media reported.

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays

Iraj talks to Bruce about his upbringing and how he invests and saves his money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Book feature - 'The Obstacle Is the Way:

Ian reviews 'The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph' by Ryan Holiday.

THE MONEY SHOW: Trump calls President Zuma

Prof Khadiagala discusses the importance of Trump giving Zuma a call.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday - Brait, MTN and AdaptIT

Warren explains why he prefers Brait, MTN and AdaptIT in his investment portfolio.

THE MONEY SHOW: Buying your sweetheart a box of Valentine’s Day chocolates could be cheaper this year...

Paul gives reasons why buying your sweetheart a box of Valentine's Day chocolates could be cheaper this year.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Brian analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Effects on ANC's Polokwane conference to SA's economy

Prof. Keeton discusses the effects of ANC's 2008 leadership election conference to SA's economy.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: North Korea tests nuclear missile

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Steve Vines, about North Korea testing a nuclear-capable missile successfully.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Details of Kgomotso Phahlane corruption investigation

Stephen Grootes spoke to forensic investigator, Paul O'Sullivan, about details of the corruption investigation into Kgomotso Phahlane.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Minister Nkwinti helped friends acquire R97-million farm

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Kevin Brandt, about allegations that Minister Gugile Nkwinti helped friends acquire a R97 million farm under land reform auspices.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ministers meet with mobile operators over cost of data

Stephen Grootes spoke to director of Research ICT Africa, Alison Gillward, about a group of ministers meeting SA mobile telecoms operators to discuss making data costs more affordable.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SABC splurges million on dubious December

Stephen Grootes spoke to Stephan Hofstatter from Times Media Group about million splurged on SABC deals which violates Treasury and procurement rules.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Department of Water & Sanitation denies bankruptcy claims

Stephen Grootes spoke to spokesperson for Minister Nomvula Mokonyane, Mlimandlela Ndamase, in response to claims of bankruptcy and non-payment of contractors by the department.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Should we be surprised at violence at sporting event?

Stephen Grootes spoke to Nomfundo Mogapi from the Centre for the Study of Violence & Reconciliation on whether we should be surprised at violence erupting at sporting events.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Orlando Pirates holds press conference

Stephen grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Morena Mothupi, about the press conference held by Orlando Pirates FC following a violent eruption at the Loftus Versveld over the weekend.

KIENO KAMMIES: Brics report: Brazil

1) More news on the Yellow Fever outbreak: besides people, Killing hundreds of rare monkeys, and could be linked to the collapse of a dam last year. 2) A Canadian Man who disappeared in 2012 has been found 6,500 miles from his home in the Amazon jungle. 3. Chaos and anarchy amid a Police strike in Brazil – end of days… 4. FINALLY: Announcement: BRAZIL Carnival starting soon – date it commences….

KIENO KAMMIES: Why unabridged birth certificates are required for school

On Friday morning – we heard how many parents are panicking as they are trying to find places in schools for 2018 – and deadlines are looming for them to get their applications in. But schools have been asking for unabridged birth certificates, which a number of parents are struggling to obtain. This morning, we'll be asking why normal (abridged) birth certificates are not good enough, and also why there are these delays in the processing. ***at least there is light at the end of the tunnel – in that the DHA said last year that from now on, all new birth certificates issued will be unabridged.

KIENO KAMMIES: Redressing the inequality in SA through skills development & entrepreneurship

We spoke last week to Gerrit van der Merwe of ALG estates, who are behind a successful BEE project outside of Citrusdal. And it shows how with a bit of planning and investment, we can help smaller scale farmers, and other smaller players, take their operations to a new level and compete with the big players. These initiatives are important if we want to grow the economy and empower people who would otherwise need a lot more time (and resources) to find their place. Additional info: The Masisizane Fund (NPC) is an initiative of Old Mutual South Africa, with the mandate to contribute meaningfully to employment creation, poverty eradication and reduction of inequality, economic growth, and the attraction of investment. This is done through enterprise finance and support to Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs). The following sectors are focused on: Agriculture, manufacturing, supply chain, franchising, and commercial enterprise. For almost a decade, the Masisizane Fund has provided financial support to a number of promising business ventures. Some have gone on to become thriving businesses while others struggled to establish a foothold. Still others are on encouraging paths to sustainability and growth. Agri-Life is a 65% black-owned start-up company focusing on agro-processing. The company provides post-harvest value added services to fruit farmers in the Witzenberg region of the Western Cape, including its own BEE Emerging Farmers as shareholders. These BEE farmers have 4 farms employing 66 farm workers as direct beneficial owners. Agri-Life owns a state-of-the-art packing, grading and sorting facility dedicated primarily to packing fruits for export markets. Through strategic partnerships between local government and other businesses in commerce and industry as well as financial support from the Masisizane Fund, these emerging farmers now have access to ample factory space and world-class cold storage facilities. Besides loan funding, the businesses receive post investment support and mentoring from Masisizane and a business support grant from Old Mutual Foundation. Through this initiative, sustainable employment has been created with promising economic transformation prospects. Future expansion will provide more job opportunities for the rural town of Wolseley. The socio-economic impact of the emerging farmers' involvement and shareholding in Agri-Life has the potential to provide longer lasting benefits for the community, the current generation and beyond. As a Fund, Masisizane itself prides on providing ongoing and relevant business and financial support to clients addressing areas such as capacity development, business management and technical support, financial education, market/value chain development and product/service quality standards and compliance.

KIENO KAMMIES: Nomvula Mokonyane’s water department is bankrupt

Hundreds of contractors who did critical work for the department of water and sanitation have not been paid because it is said to be bankrupt and experiencing a cash crisis worth R4.3 billion. City Press reports that Nomvula Mokonyane's ministry is in serious trouble and there is talk of placing it under administration because it is unable to complete crucial projects and pay contractors. High-level sources have revealed that internal controls, project management and contract management have collapsed. A senior National Treasury official said the department has run out of money and this was flagged almost a year ago. BUT LAST NIGHT ON THE KOKETSO SACHANE SHOW, SPOKESPERSON SPUTNIK RATAU SAID THAT THE DEPARTMENT HAS ENOUGH MONEY FOR AT LEAST A YEAR

KIENO KAMMIES: UCT on minimum wage causing job los

In November last year the National Minimum Wage Advisory Panel, which was put together by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa recommended in its report that South Africa's national minimum wage be set at R3, 500 a month (or R800 per week, or R20 per hour). The panel said that this amount was an effort to help combat inequality and poverty in South Africa, while mitigating possible job losses. UCT's centre from Social Sciences research argues that the implementation of this minimum wage will cause serious job loss.. Prof Jeremy Seekings, Director: Centre for Social Science Research (UCT), joins us on the line now… Additional: Jeremy Seekings is professor of Political Studies and Sociology at UCT, he co-authored the paper ‘National' Minimum Wage-Setting in South

KIENO KAMMIES: #WaterWatch: what is Steenberg Wine Estate doing?

This morning we continue on our theme of water-saving across the hospitality industry. We've featured V&A Waterfront, Hotel Verde, Tsongo Sun and even a preschool on how they're using water responsibly. Today we've placed the spotlight firmly on Steenberg Wine Estate. So what has Steenberg Wine Estate been doing to save water? We find out next… Additional information #WaterWatch Remember to visit the CapeTalk website and check out our special feature on water saving. https://twitter.com/SteenbergHotel https://www.facebook.com/SteenbergEstate Web: www.steenbergfarm.com

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media, He also shared the results of the Poll.Twitter: #Grammys | #postyourqueen| #Pirates| #Rosettenville EarlyBreakfast Poll : Is a Sexual 'Hall Pass' Good for a Relationship? Would you give your spouse a 'Hall Pass' Results: 64 votes | 19% voted Yes, Why Not| 81 % voted No, Absolutely Not

SATURDAY EARLY: Healthy eating

Errols spoke to Nicci about living a healthy lifestyle. Nicci touched on the importance of the quality of your skin. She also talked about getting the right balance and making sure that you do not gain too much weight.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: What the youth made of SONA 2017

Brian Kamanzi and Koketso Moeti gives their analysis on what the youth stands to gain on what was said by the President during SONA.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce plays the Business Quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Best Bits of the Money Show

Bruce goes through the best highlights of the show for the week.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Eugene analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Armyworm effect on SA's crops

Wandile tells listeners about the current effect of Armyworms on local crop farmers.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business reacts to the state of the nation address

Mr. Mabuza analyses president Jacob Zuma's 10th State of the nation address.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: US Circuit Court of Appeals rules against Trump travel ban

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN US correspondent, Nadia Neophytou, about the US Circuit Court of Appeals ruling against the re-instatement of Donald Trump's travel ban.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Protection of children's identity witnessing in criminal cases

Stephen Grootes spoke to director at Media Monitoring Africa, William Bird, about the Centre for Child Law in court with media organisations over the protection of children's identity who are witnesses in criminal cases.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA Society of Psychiatrists call for overhaul of GP health dept

Stephen Grootes spoke to president of SA Society of Psychiatrists, Dr Bernard Janse van Rensburg, about their call for the Gauteng health department's overhaul.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SONA 2017: looking at SA attracting foreign investment

Stephen Grootes spoke to emeging market economist, Peter Attard-Montalto, about South Africa as an international investment destination after the SONA speech yesterday.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SONA 2017: checking the facts from SONA speech

Stephen Grootes spoke to senior researcher at Africa Check, Kate Wilkinson, in an effort to verify the facts from the SONA speech.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SONA 2017: moving SA's stagnant economy forward

Stephen Grootes spoke to economic strategist at Argon Asset Management, Thabi Leoka, about how to move South Africa's economy forward after the State of the Nation Address.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SONA 2017: what's broken in SA politics?

Stephen Grootes spoke to Professor Daryl Glaser about the state of South African politics following chaos that broke out in Parliament at the SONA.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: The New Age Media Breakfast

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Mia Lindeque, about the details of The New Age media breakfast held after the SONA in Cape Town today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Democratic Alliane holds post-SONA briefing

Stephen Grootes spoke to spokesperson for Mmusi Maimane, Mabine Seabe, about action the Democratic Alliance will be taking against Jacob Zuma.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Eskom board releases 'sanitised' Denton's report

Stephen Grootes spoke to Eskom board spokesperson, Khulani Qoma, about the board releasing the 'sanitsied' Denton's report.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Eskom board releases 'sanitised' Denton's report

Stephen Grootes spoke to deputy editor of Financial Mail, Sikhonathi Mantshantsha, about the details of the Denton's report released by Eskom board.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Solly Msimanga in conversation with Stephen Grootes

Stephen Grootes spoke to City of Tshwane mayor, Solly Msimanga, about local government issues ahead of the State of the Nation Address.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Jacob Zuma delivers his last SONA as ANC president

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, Mcebisi Ndletyana, about Sa politics as Jacob Zuma is expected to deliver the SONA for the last time as ANC president.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Legal case over protection of children's identity witnessing in criminal cases

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about Centre for Child Law court case over protection of children's identity witnessing in criminal cases.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA Politician Awards

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about the attendance of the inaugural SA Politician Awards held in Cape Town last night.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Developments ahead of SONA 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about developments unfolding ahead of the 2017 State of the Nation Address.

KIENO KAMMIES: Another online company also selling tickets at hyper-inflated prices

Last week, we heard a number of reports from EWN reporter Ilze- Marie Le Roux about an overseas ticketing company that has been selling tickets to local events at hyper-inflated prices. That company was Viagogo… which was coming up as the top result when people were searching online for tickets to the Kirstenbosch Summer Series of concerts – and they come out tops because they've paid Google a fee for advertising… It has not come to Kirstenbosch' attention that ANOTHER ticketing company is doing the same – Additional info: Seatwave is a Ticketmaster company – It was founded by Joe Cohen, formerly of Match.com and Ticketmaster, in May 2006 and began online trading in February 2017

KIENO KAMMIES: #WaterWatch – V&A Waterfront playing its part

The challenge of reducing our water usage is one which everyone needs to take up – but when you are running a well-oiled business which is in the public arena, you are constantly under the microscope and certainly need to be innovative and creative… Take for example the V&A Waterfront – visitors and tenants expect toilets, floors, windows etc to be spotless, and appearances need to be postcard perfect as people will be sharing their pictures for all to see –and while a dead garden will convey the state of our drought, it can lower the overall impression… So what has the V&A Waterfront been doing to save water? #WaterWatch Remember to visit the CapeTalk website and check out our special feature on water saving.

KIENO KAMMIES: BEE citrus project bears fruit

Often we've heard from you (the listeners) that BEE can't be implemented and managed in South Africa and thus should be done away with… Well today I'm here to tell you about an agricultural Black Economic Empowerment project in the Western Cape that has bucked the trend and proved to be a great success! The Cedar Citrus project (based in the Upper Olifants River Valley, near Citrusdal) is a joint venture between 32 farm workers and their employer ALG Estates, with each party owning 50 per cent of the company. One of the brainchild's behind the project, Gerrit van der Merwe, tells us more about this initiative now… Additional information • It takes five years for a newly established citrus orchard to get into full production and ten years to make a profit on the initial capital outlay In their next move towards more financial independence, the workers jointly decided to plough back their profits and extended their operations by purchasing additional farmland to plant more citrus for the export market. Cedar Citrus (Pty) Ltd, a BEE citrus export company established in 1999, started making a profit in 2010, paid off its startup loan to the Industrial Development Council in 2012 and is now expanding its operations with the purchase of additional farmland. During 2015 the company exported 1500 tonnes of citrus from its production unit of 36ha, realising a total turnover of R12m for the year.

KIENO KAMMIES: State of SA – British trade relations

The British High Commissioner hosted a reception last night to celebrate the opening of Parliament today. Dame Judith MacGregor arrived back from London yesterday to welcome 500 guests to the Bishopscourt residence There have been many asking where South Africa stands in terms of trade relations with Britain, especially in the light of Brexit…

KIENO KAMMIES: What should the President be addressing in SONA this evening?

What should the President be addressing in SONA this evening? One would think that given the swing away from the ruling party in a number of metropoles during the local government elections, the Nkandla ruling, and the constant negative ratings by numerous credit ratings agencies, this would be an opportunity for the president to try and allay fears and restore confidence.

KIENO KAMMIES: Quintessential Cape Town: Keedo International

Most of us agree kids should be allowed to be kids for as long as possible. Our Quintessential Cape Town business for this morning is a high-end kids clothing company that takes this literally to heart. Keedo clothing blends imagination, comfort and style to create functional and fashionable designer clothes for kids for kids 0-9 years worldwide. The company, which was founded in 1993, now employs hundreds of employees across 23 mainline stores and an local factory in Paarden Eiland, Cape Town. Keedo's retail manager, Caroline Bam, joins us on air now for more on the business…. Additional information www.keedo.co.za https://www.facebook.com/KeedoOriginal https://za.pinterest.com/keedooriginal/ https://twitter.com/KeedoOriginal Telephone: +2721 511 2929 Email: info@keedo.co.za

THE MONEY SHOW: Shapeshifter - Pieter Bloem

Pieter talks about his career journey and how he decided to co-find Bootlegger Coffee Company.

THE MONEY SHOW: Big Five things to know about Solidariteit and Afriforum

Big Five things to know about Solidariteit and Afriforum: • What do businesses need to do with this new legislation? • Will the agreement lead to economic recession if businesses are expected to pay sta� and potentially result in more retrenchments? • Companies cannot push the price of services and goods up, and cannot absorb the pay increase thus retrenchments and or closure of companies. • Then what's the correct way of ensuring that unemployment is stabilised? Relaxing policy constraints on business and thus getting them to grow and hire more people? • What steps should companies take if employees start industrial action because they are not happy with the agreement?

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Unusual - More on "fake news"

Collin tells listeners that before they lived in post-truth-social-media-fake-news world, they lived in a post-truth-fake-news world. He says social media certainly has played a role in rise and spread of fake news, but the underlying cause is poeple's own cognitive biases.

THE MONEY SHOW: Minimum wage effects on employers

Imraan talks to Bruce about the impact of minimum wage on employers.

THE MONEY SHOW: Sea Harvest to list on the JSE

Brey discusses the group's plans to list Sea Harvest on the local bourse.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Chris analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: SONA Preview

Prof. Binedell previews President Jacob Zuma's state of the nation address.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: US senator rebuked for quoting Coretta Scott King

Stephen Grootes spoke to Millard Arnold about US senator who was rebuked for quoting the late Coretta Scott King in a speech.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SAIRR reveals polls on racism in SA

Stephen Grootes spoke to COO of SA Institute of Race Relations, Gwen Ngwenya, about their polls which claims that 72% of South Africans have not experienced racism.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Unions postpone signing national minimum wage deal

Stephen Grootes spoke to general secretary of NUMSA, Irvin Jim, about their reservations against signing the national minimum wage deal.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Xhosa royalty reject Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as president

Stephen Grootes spoke to spokesperson for the Commission for Gender Equality, Jabu Baloyi, about Xhosa royalty rejecting Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma in taking the reigns as ANC president.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Inaugural SA Politician Awards

Stephen Grootes spoke to project manager of SA Politician Awards, Veronica Modieleng, about the inaugural SA Politician Awards ceremony taking place today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Save SA 'people assembly' on real SONA

Stephen Grootes spoke to Lawson Naidoo from Council for the Advancement of the Constitution about Save SA

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Presidency deploys over 400 SANDF for SONA

Stephen Grootes spoke to constitutional law expert, Professor Pierre de Vos, about the deployment of over 400 soldiers to Parliament ahead of the State of the Nation Address.

KIENO KAMMIES: Brics report: Russia

1. Violence in Ukraine tests Trump-Putin friendship 2. “If he beats you, it's because he loves you”. A new law on domestic violence in Russia. 3. Names of Stalin's secret police finally made public

SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES WITH BARRY RONGE: Cloud Seeding - is it viable in the Western Cape? #waterwatch

Last week we had a cold front pass by – and we had some clouds in the sky and one or two places experienced brief showers – but then the clouds just moved on. A number of listeners have been asking why cloud seeding is not being considered to bring much needed rains – where planes are sent up to release hygroscopic materials to encourage the formation of rain clouds… #WaterWatch Remember to visit the CapeTalk website and check out our special feature on water saving.

KIENO KAMMIES: Competition Commission probes motor industry “approved workshop” requirements

Has this happened to you? You desperately need to have your vehicle repaired, but an authorised dealer is just too expensive. So you take it to your local mechanic who does the job at half the price. The only problem now is, your insurer or manufacturer refuses to continue cover on your vehicle because you have not used an approved dealer? This is exactly what the Competition Commission is preparing to investigate. We are now joined by the commission's Sipho Ngwema to tell us about their probe into what they are calling “restrictive and exclusionary practices”. - When was this issue brought to the commission's attention and whow as behind it? - What is the first step that needs to be taken(the Commission has asked manufacturers, insurers, panelbeaters and parts suppliers to attend a workshop in March). - Overpricing is at the heart of the probe. Has any evidence been handed to the commission pointing to collusion to drive up service or parts prices? - Reports at the weekend also suggest that there is a racial tint to this matter with a black owned business in Ladysmith saying they were overlooked only for a white-owned business to benefit? Is this forming part of the probe? - The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa however say they have a responsibility to protect customers' interests and safeguard brand value. How does this factor into the investigation? - Has any time frame been placed on the investigation?

KIENO KAMMIES: Outcry over deployment of SANDF soldiers for SONA

According to a statement released by the Presidency, President Jacob Zuma has “authorised the employment of members of the South African national Defence Force (SANDF) for service in cooperation with the South African Police Service (SAPS) to maintain law and order during the Opening of Parliament…” Four hundred and forty one members of the SANDF will be deployed alongside the SAPS during the period 5 February to 10 February The move has been criticized by opposition parties and constitutional law experts.

KIENO KAMMIES: Ad feature: Superbowl 2017

Today we focus on the Super Bowl and the advertising that goes with it. There is a distinctly anti-Trump feel to three specific ads. One shows a German immigrant making his way to St Louis in the US where he joins forces with a brewer to start Anheuser-Busch, the producers of Budweiser. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZmlRtpzwos And another also highlights the plights of immigrants with a mother and daughter having to conquer a giant wall to reach the freedom of America. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPo2B-vjZ28 And a third warns us all of the four years of bad hair that looms under a Trump administration… - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BH2bCJ5xm9I Pick of the week: My pick of the best from Super Bowl 2017 'Inside these lines' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvKBdrx4quA

THE MONEY SHOW: The Science of...

Bruce looks into a new waste-to-energy plant.

THE MONEY SHOW: Africa Business Focus

Martyn takes Bruce through some of the business stories from the continent.

THE MONEY SHOW: Heroes and Zeros

Andy looks to the Superbowl for some fantastic heroes.

THE MONEY SHOW: Crisis in maternity care

Many practitioners are leaving active practice due to extremely high indemnity insurance costs, which are expected to reach up to R850 000 for the year in 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: SA talent goes global

He talked about opportunities to export SA talent globally.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Norman looked into the day's market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Zuma and Gordhan talk economics

We cross to two EWN reporters to report on the two events where the President and the Finance Minister spoke.

THE MONEY SHOW: Armyworm threatens crop

Government has received confirmation of the presence of armyworms in South Africa.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Longest flights in the world

Linden discusses the 17-hour flights recently introduced by Qatar Airways

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trump fights court for his "travel ban"

Nadia updates listeners on Trump's travel ban which is seen by other people as a "muslim ban"

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC prepares for SONA

Ilze-Marie discusses how the ANC is preparing for the SONA.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA crop farmers fighting Armyworms

Jannie discusses the possible effects of armyworms on the country's agricultural sector.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nedlac parties agree to an hourly minimum wage

Gilad takes Stephen and listeners through the pros and cons of a R20-per-hour pay.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Parliament prepares for SONA

Manelisi discuses the parliaments preparedness for Jacob Zuma;s 10th state of the nation address.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Eskom to publish "cleansed" report

Sikhonathi talks to Stephen about Eskom's executive board's decision to release some of the contents on the investigation into the country's load-shedding.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Eskom lifts lid on Denton report

Eskom's board decides to reveal some of the details in the Denton Report.

KIENO KAMMIES: Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill & the role of the Tax Ombudsman

Are you at your wits' end because the South African Revenue Service (SARS) can't provide a satisfactory answer to a query? Perhaps you're due to receive a tax refund, but, for some unknown reason, the amount is never paid into your bank account. The office of the Tax Ombud provides you with a fair and simple way to seek a resolution for a service, procedure or administrative dispute you have already unsuccessfully tried to resolve through SARS. The Office of the Tax Ombud is independent of SARS and complaints to the Tax Ombud can concern any type of tax (not only personal income tax but all types of taxpayers – individuals, trusts, businesses – can approach the ombud for relief). This morning we have one of their advocates in studio to talk about the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill and to answer your questions… Additional information • Contact the Tax Ombud on 0800 662 837 or 012 431 9105. Email to complaints@taxombud.gov.za Complaint forms can be downloaded from the Tax Ombud's website, www.taxombud.gov.za, which sets out the procedures for lodging a complaint. The office was established in October 2013 in terms of the Tax Administration Act. Its mandate is to provide redress for taxpayers who are unable to resolve a complaint with SARS. It is important to understand that you can complain to the Tax Ombud only once you have exhausted SARS's internal complaints-handling mechanisms. SARS's formal complaints-resolution mechanism is called the Complaints Management Office (CMO). You must obtain confirmation that the CMO received your complaint, as well as a reference number. If the CMO does not resolve the complaint to your satisfaction within 21 working days, you can complain to the Tax Ombud's office. Apart from the requirement to try first to resolve a complaint with SARS, the Tax Ombud is mandated to address only certain types of complaints. These have to do with poor service, or if you believe that SARS did not follow its own procedures, or did not apply the provisions of any tax law correctly. AMENDMENTS IN THE PIPELINE: Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill. Proposals aimed at enhancing the independence and effectiveness of the Tax Ombud have been included in the draft Tax Administration Laws Amendment Bill. The proposed amendments to the Tax Administration Act provide for: • The Tax Ombud to be appointed for a term of five, instead of three, years. The term may be renewed, as is currently the case. Judge Bernard Ngoepe told Personal Finance that his office's request for the term to be extended was based on a study of similar institutions within and outside South Africa, which found that, in most cases, ombuds were appointed for five years. The longer term will make it easier to recruit people with the right qualifications to the position, he says. • The Tax Ombud to employ staff without having to obtain the consent of the Commissioner of the South African Revenue Service (SARS), as is currently the case. • The Tax Ombud to control its own budget, which is approved by the Minister of Finance. Currently, the expenditure connected with the running of the office is paid out of SARS's funds. • The mandate of the Tax Ombud be extended to include the investigation and review, at the request of the Minister of Finance, of any systemic issue related to SARS's service, the application of the Tax Administration Act, or the procedural or administrative provisions of a tax law. Judge Ngoepe said his office had requested that it be empowered to conduct such investigations on its own initiative. But, because of fears that this could result in it abusing its powers, the proposal requires the minister to request the investigation. • If SARS or a taxpayer does not accept a recommendation by the Tax Ombud, they must provide the Tax Ombud with reasons for rejecting the recommendation. Decisions by the Tax Ombud are not binding on either the taxpayer or SARS. Currently, either party can reject a recommendation without having to provide a reason for doing so. In its explanatory memorandum, National Treasury says the proposed amendment will enable the Tax Ombud “to review the reasonableness of the reasons, to inform future action”.

KIENO KAMMIES: In memory of Joost van der westhuizen part2

Yesterday afternoon, we received the sad news that Joost van der westhuizen had passed away. The former Springbok scrumhalf had been battling with motor neuron disease since 2011. On the show this morning we thought that it would be very important to celebrate the memory of this South African hero. Do you remember “that tackle” against Jonah Lomu, 120 kg winger for New Zealand's All Blacks? Call in and share your memories of watching Joost. If you were at the stadium on that particular day, give us a call. Additional information - Joost's career as a Spring Box was from 1993 – 2003 - He had 89 caps and 38 tries and a total of 198 points for the Springboks. - Chester Williams played 27 games for South Africa, scoring 14 tries. - He was the first black player to represent the Springboks in the new South Africa. - Corne played 39 tests for South African in total of 18 of which were as Captain as well as leading the Springboks in the World Cup in 2003.

KIENO KAMMIES: In memory of Joost van der westhuizen

Yesterday afternoon, we received the sad news that Joost van der westhuizen had passed away. The former Springbok scrumhalf had been battling with motor neuron disease since 2011. On the show this morning we thought that it would be very important to celebrate the memory of this South African hero. Do you remember “that tackle” against Jonah Lomu, 120 kg winger for New Zealand's All Blacks? Call in and share your memories of watching Joost. If you were at the stadium on that particular day, give us a call. Additional information - Joost's career as a Spring Box was from 1993 – 2003 - He had 89 caps and 38 tries and a total of 198 points for the Springboks. - Chester Williams played 27 games for South Africa, scoring 14 tries. - He was the first black player to represent the Springboks in the new South Africa. - Corne played 39 tests for South African in total of 18 of which were as Captain as well as leading the Springboks in the World Cup in 2003.

KIENO KAMMIES: How Hotel Verde deals with water savings

As you may have gathered – water saving in light of water restrictions – is a major theme on the breakfast show. We've decided to focus on how various hotels (in and around the City)are conserving our precious water. In the CBD, The Townhouse Hotel has included buckets in each room and is encouraging guests to shower with a bucket meanwhile Tsogo Sun have started several water-saving practices in their hotels – notifying guests of restrictions, info-cards in bathrooms, amending their towel/sheet replacement, low-pressure showerheads & slow flow taps etc Today we'll hear from Hotel Verde - Greenest hotel in Africa where you can reportedly expect a total carbon-neutral experience… Additional information http://www.hotelverde.com/ https://www.facebook.com/hotelverdect/timeline/?ref=hl https://www.instagram.com/hotel_verde/ https://twitter.com/HotelVerde • The wind turbines, which contribute a minimum of 14% of the hotel's electricity requirements, hint at the hotel's impressive green rating. Other energy efficiency initiatives include a geothermal field heating system coupled to pumps, a vegetated green roof, double glazed windows, occupancy sensors and photovoltaic panels. • In fact, the hotel has embodied sustainable practices and principles since conception. It was built and designed with sustainability and efficiency at its core rather than as an afterthought. 50% of the materials used for construction were sourced locally while 28% of construction material comprises recycled content. • It's also the first hotel in Africa to achieve the Platinum Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification level, as assigned by the United States Green Building Council. Moreover, Hotel Verde won the Imvelo Award 2014 by Lilizela for Best Overall Environmental Management System and the World Responsible Tourism Award 2014 by World Travel Market, London for Best City Hotel. • Every Wednesday evening, Hotel Verde hosts an Earth Hour celebration. All non-essential lights and appliances are switched off and guests enjoy dinner and live music by candlelight and solar-powered light jars. A specially prepared menu that requires no electricity to make, including braaied fare and wood-fired oven pizzas, is offered. Then, every last Wednesday of the month, Earth Hour becomes a night market and guests (both those staying at the hotel and other casual visitors) can enjoy a delectable range of sustainably produced food, craft beer, and wine while perusing art and crafts created by responsible traders, and listening to live music. 021 380 5500/ info@hotelverde.com Address 15 Michigan Street

SOLID GOLD JUKEBOX SATURDAY: What is (MND)? In light of Joost passing

With The Joost van der Westhuizen motor neuron disease clinic to be launched at Chris Hani Baragwanath, we looked at what exactly is MND.

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays - Gidon Novick

Gidon talks about his upbringing and philosophy towards saving and investing money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Book feature - 'How to become a leader in 52 simple steps.'

Steve talks about the book 'How to become a leader in 52 simple steps.'

THE MONEY SHOW: Gap Year Entrepreneurship

Raizcorp has created a Gap Year Entrepreneurship program to teach students and citizens alike on how to start and run their own small businesses.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday

Patrick discuses what he likes Aspen Healthcare, Steinhoff(and WHL) in his investment portfolio.

THE MONEY SHOW: Mining Indaba 2017

Allan analyses Mining Indaba's Day 1 events.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Tracy analyses the the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Mining Minister: "Govt won't be bullied by mine sector"

Mineral ministry discusses the mining sector and charter at the Mining Indaba.

THE MONEY SHOW: Chamber of Mines on the Mining Indaba

Tebello response to the comments made by the Minerals Minister at the Mining Indaba.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Donald Trump on appeal court rejecting travel ban

Stephen Grootes spoke to US foreign policy expert at Daily Maverick, Brookes Spector, about Donald Trump comments after appeal court rejected the re-instatement of the travel ban.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Medical aid schemes labelled as "crime against humanity"

Stephen Grootes spoke to president of SA health profession council, Dr kgosi Letlape, about comment that medical aid schemes are "a crime against humanity".

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Tensions running high in Vuwani

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Pelani Phakgadi, about protests by residents taking place in Vuwani.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Rossentenville residents destroy property during protests

Stephen Grootes spoke to City of Joburg MMC for Public Safety, Cllr Michael Sun, about Rossetenville residents who destroyed a house allegedly used as a brothel and drug den.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Developments at SA Mining Indaba

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Izle-Marie Le Roux, about developments at the Mining Indaba in Cape Town.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MKMVA holds media briefing

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about the mdia briefing held by the MK Military Veterans Associations.

KIENO KAMMIES: Brics report: China

hinese shoppers spend big abroad https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/28/luxury-retailers-hope-chinese-new-year-tourists-will-leave-them-crowing China's disruptive foray into e-cars http://www.caixinglobal.com/2017-02-03/101049769.html' Cycling making a high tech come-back in China https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-02-05/startups-china-are-reigniting-passion-cycling

KIENO KAMMIES: Local preschool’s nifty water saving practices

Last week saw even harsher water restrictions come into effect in Cape Town. This notification prompted various industries & businesses to rise to the challenge to conserve our precious water. On the station last week, we heard what some hotel groups in and around Cape Town have done in using water responsibly – such as notifying guests of restrictions, info-cards in bathrooms, amending their towel/sheet replacement, low-pressure showerheads & slow flow taps etc. Today we'll hear from a preschool who've implemented a nifty water-saving practice on their premises and gotten their eager toddlers on board (Surely if a three-year-old can do it – so can you!) Additional information http://www.kidscompany.co.za/ https://www.facebook.com/Kids-Company-111044702258430/

KIENO KAMMIES: UCT GSB social impact centre in top 5 globally

Corporate social responsibility has become an integral part of the business conversation. We know social impact initiatives are important because doing good is good business. This culture has extended to business schools as well and has been so well received –we're getting awards for it here in SA. The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship has been benchmarked in the top five globally for social impact alongside business school heavyweights such as the Harvard Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business and Oxford university's Said Business School. The Centre has been profiled in the Bridgespan Report as one of five university-based impact centres that are leading the way in terms of social impact education globally. We hear from the centre's director – Francois Bonnici next… Additional information They are the first academic centre of its kind in Africa and was established in partnership with the Bertha Foundation, a family foundation that works with inspiring leaders who are catalysts for social and economic change and human rights,”

KIENO KAMMIES: The Department of Homeland Security suspends immigration in the US

About a week ago Trump decided that those travelling with passports from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Yemen, Sudan and Somalia would not be allowed to enter the USA. Yesterday, the Department of Homeland Security suspended all enforcement of the immigration ban signed into effect by President Donald Trump. Immigrants will be once more be allowed into the US from the seven countries affected by the executive order last month: Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Yemen, Sudan and Somalia. The 60 000 or so visas that had been revoked will be handed back to their holders, the State Department announced. A caveat applies to those whose visas had been physically stamped or taken away – they will have to reapply.

KIENO KAMMIES: New law surrounding paramedic training sparks fear of fewer trained paramedics

With a new law ensuring that paramedic training is only done at universities may potentially leading to fewer skilled paramedics being trained. It ends the use of six-week (basic life support paramedic training), six-month (intermediate life support paramedic training) and nine-month (advanced life support paramedic training) courses and on-thejob experience to train paramedics. Now those wanting to train as a basic life-support paramedic will have to do a two-year course, with those wanting to become advanced life-support paramedics needing a four-year degree. This makes it especially difficult for those who cannot afford to study full-time at universities to join the profession.

KIENO KAMMIES: Young Hustla initiative partners with artist Chuma Somdaka

In early January when John Maytham was standing in on the show for me, he spoke to Chuma Somdaka, a homeless artist in Cape Town. Chuma started a blog in order to share her life as both an artist and a homeless women living in Cape and in order to create hope for many that might be in her situation. This morning I am joined in studio by Andile Dube. Andile runs a series of projects, and initiatives that look to teach and promote entrepreneurship. Along with a few other Andile is setting up an event series in order to support Chuma, and eventually hopefully get Chuma off the streets. Through Andile's project called Young Hustla Initiative which teaches and promotes entrepreneurship through edutainment.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Dubai Masters

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Pink ODI

Andra discussed ticket sales for the Proteas vs Sri Lanka Pink ODI match.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Pink drive

Noelene spoke about the 5th edition of the Pink ODI and awareness about breast cancer.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Pink ODI

Khanyiso spoke about the Proteas' win against Sri Lanka during the Pink ODI on Saturday.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: The injury list

Zac gave us the latest on which teams would be affected by injuries.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Afcon

Marks gave us a roundup of the Afcon tournament and preview the game between Egypt and Cameroon.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce plays the biz quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Best Bits of the Money Show

Bruce goes through the show's highlights of the week.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Greg analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Friday File - Snapchat is planning to list

Craig talks about the listing on Snapchat and other tech companies.

THE MONEY SHOW: Road Accident Fund's bank accounts have been attached.

Eugene explains why Road Accident Fund's bank accounts have been attached.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Robots that will deliver goods to consumers

Stephen Grootes spoke to editor at Stuff magazine, Toby Shapshak, about Star Technologies pilot project that will see robots delivering goods to consumers.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Dept of social development yet to appoint company to disperse Sassa grants

Stephen Grootes spoke to executive director of Corruption Watch, David Lewis, about delays in appointing a company to disperse Sassa social grants.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Dept of social development yet to appoint company to disperse Sassa grants

Stephen Grootes spoke to executive director of Corruption Watch, David Lewis, about developments around the Sassa tender to disperse social grants.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Dept of Social Development yet to appoint company to disperse Sassa grants

Stephen Grootes spoke to executive director of Corruption Watch, David Lewis, about the company yet to be appointed to disperse Sassa social grants.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Rescue team fights Paarl fires

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Lauren Isaacs, about rescue operations underway to extinguish fires in Paarl.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: E Cape denies moving patients to

Stephen Grootes spoke to representative of Frail Care Crisis Collective, Gerhardt Loock, about the Eastern Cape social development department's plans to move patients to NGOs.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Eastern Cape MEC denies implementing de-institutionalisation programme

Stephen Grootes spoke to Eastern Cape spokesperson, Mzukisi Solani, about the department of social develpment plans to move frail care patients to NGOs.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SADAG and opposition parties take Qedani Mahlangu to court

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about SA Depression & Anxiety Group and opposition parties taking Qedani Mahlangu to court over the Life Esidimeni deaths.

KIENO KAMMIES: Finance Week that Was: 3 Feb 2017

1. The big cover up: For two years Eskom is hiding in the vault a crucial report into an investigation that cost R27 million. What are Ben Ngubane and his board hiding? 2. Treasury is standing in the way of transformation and radical economic growth by not availing funds for certain projects …Jacob Zuma says. Is he preparing the ground to remove Gordharn or Mcebisi Jonas? 3. Sassa wants the constitutional court to allow it to extend an illegal contract to distribute social grants payments….because Bathabile Dlamini has been boozing…err ( shhhh! Don't let Lumka Oliphant hear that)…..snoozing on the wheel since the court annuled the contract in 2014, saying it was unconstitutional.

KIENO KAMMIES: A lost continent discovered under Mauritius

It sounds unbelievable, but a new study headed by Wits University geologist Professor Lewis Ashwal has confirmed the existence of a “lost continent” under Mauritius. The study was published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications. “We are studying the break-up process of the continents in order to understand the geological history of the planet,” according to Ashwal, who is the lead author on the paper. He explained that this “lost continent” was left over from the break-up of the super-continent, which started about 200 million years ago. He joins us on the line now.

KIENO KAMMIES: Remaining patients moved from Life Esidimeni to get new accommodation

The Health Minister says the deaths of 94 mentally ill patients who were transferred to non-governmental organisations could have been avoided. Professor Malekgapuru Makgoba found that former Gauteng Health MEC Qedani Mahlangu and other senior officials within the department were negligent and reckless. Makgoba also found that the 27 NGOs were operating illegally. Why was the contract ended, and why were the patients moved from Life Esidimeni?

KIENO KAMMIES: Cape Town History: A day in the life of the Noon gun operator

Every day at 12pm sharp this happens... A big boom from Signal Hill that can be heard all the way in Woodstock. For many of us that's the signal to get up and go have lunch. (But for others unfamiliar with Cape Town's oldest living tradition – that big bang can really make you “skrik” and wonder what's happening). The tradition behind the noon gun is said to have started during the 19th century, when it was scarce to have the accurate time and therefore, all came to rely on the gun for the accurate time. Travellers from Cape Town were often asked if they had the correct ‘gun-time' as the Noon Day firing was accepted as the ultimate accurate time. Did you know the noon gun even has a Twitter page (which posts BOOM every day like clockwork)? This morning we'll be speaking to a noon gun operator, Petty officer Alistair Maasdorp, … Additional information There is one exception regarding the non-firing on Sundays – The Gun Run. The Gun Run is an annual half-marathon that takes place in the city. The race ends at noon and the gun is fired as a signal to those who have not crossed the finish line that they have not completed the race in the pre-requisite qualifying time. https://twitter.com/signal_hill_gun DAILY ROUTINE: • 11h30 – Remove tampions • 11h35 – Check bores clear • 11h40 – Load both guns • 11h45 – Clear the gun deck • 11h50 – Prime the guns • 11h55 – Raise flag BRAVO • 11H59 – Begin countdown • 12h00 – Fire • 12h02 – Unload stand – by gun • 12h03 – Down flag BRAVO

KIENO KAMMIES: Train service update: Friday 3/2/2017

Walker updated Kieno on the train service situation this morning 3 Feb 2017

EARLY BREAKFAST: Entertainment news that made headlines this week

Early Breakfast's Regular Entertainment contributor Kay Selisho shared a few of the entertainment stories that made headlines this week. Some of the stories discussed were: 1.Atandwa Kani joins the Black Panther cast 2.Opera singer, Pretty Yende, brought Wendy Williams to tears 3.Mara Louw still in shock after shooting/hijacking at her home/ Jaimie Bartlett recovering after hijacking 4.The Queen Mother 'Beyonce' is having twins.

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus - long term revenue

Pavlo talks about how small business owners can build long term revenue from a product business through building services.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance - kids and pocket money

Warren gives advice on how parents and children should manage pocket money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Cabinet reshuffle ?

Lumkile talks about the possible effect of a possible cabinet reshuffle weeks before the state of the nation address by the president and the budget speech by the finance minister.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money Show FAQs - What are private prosecutions?

Bernard explains what private prosecutor is and what they do.

THE MONEY SHOW: Google, the most valuable brand in the world

Jeremy talks about Google being the world's most valuable brand with a value of US$109 billion.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graeme analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Is treasury hampering transformation

Lebohang analyses whether the National Treasury is standing in the way of transformation in SA as Jacob Zuma allegedly said.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Lost continent discovered under Mauritius

Stephen Grootes spoke to Professor Lewis Ashwal from the University of Witwatersrand about his study which has found a 'lost continent' under Mauritius.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: US poll indicates America's support of Trump travel ban

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, Nadia Neophytou, about the US poll which has now revealed that Americans agree with President Donald Trump's travel ban.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: President Zuma accuses Treasury of frustrating transformation

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, Nic Borraine, in analysing the implications of President Jacob Zuma's comment that Treasury is frustrating radical economic transformation.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sassa social grant tender and CPS subsidiary waiting in line

Stephen Grootes spoke to national advocacy manager at Black Sash, Elroy Paulus, about the Sassa social grant tender which has seen CPS subsidiary positioning itself for the contract.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Wits University fires professor over sexual harassment

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Thando Khubeka, about the dismissal of a Wits University professor after a sexual harassment investigation.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane, hosts media briefing

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about Busisiwe Mkhwebane's media briefing that took place today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Minister Aaron Motsoaledi on Life Esidimeni report

Stephen Grootes spoke to Minister of Health, Aaron Motsoaledi, in response to the Life Esidimeni report on the deaths of 94 mentally-ill patients.

KIENO KAMMIES: How are major hotels dealing with water savings

As harsher water restrictions came into effect in Cape Town yesterday– the hospitality industry, malls and gyms have risen to the challenge to conserve water. On the station yesterday we heard how some hotel groups in and around Cape Town have gone as far as to remove the handles to taps of baths in order to save water, while others are collecting shower water to water their gardens. In the city centre, The Townhouse Hotel has put its guests to task to save water. The hotel has included buckets in each room and is encouraging guests to shower with a bucket.

KIENO KAMMIES: Flags to watch Jan 2017

Each month we speak to Clem Sunter to discuss the issues which we should be focussing on both locally and internationally… issues which Clem has dubbed as “flags” This month's flags: water situation & Trump's first few days in office

KIENO KAMMIES: SA Post office turnaround strategy

The last time we spoke to Mark Barnes from the South African Postal Service – we talked about a turn around strategy which he was in the process of putting in place. At that time the office had lost about R1.3 Billion and various branches had to be closed for various reasons and their situation was being made worse by the lack of customers. Since then the SAPO has submitted documents to parliament to formally register their financial services unit – Postbank. They are hoping to achieve this by July 3rd, 2017. To give us an update on the progress that has been made since we have Mark Barnes on the line right now. Additional information Context on the second question: http://www.enca.com/south-africa/sassa-wants-to-extend-illegal-service-provider-for-another-year?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_source=Twitter&utm_term=Autofeed#link_time=1485941881 The SAPO is expected to tap post office retail outlets across the country, turning them into branches. The Postbank is also set to become a subsidiary of Sapo but with its own governing structure. Postbank has R1.4 billion rand in excess capital, which is enough to meet regulatory minimum requirements for a bank.

KIENO KAMMIES: Gauteng health MEC Mahlangu resigns – what is the POA

Former Gauteng health MEC Qedani Mahlangu tendered her resignation to Gauteng Premier David Makhura in the wake of a damning report on her department's handling of the deaths of 94 psychiatric patients in the province. Ninety-four mentally ill patients died after she took the decision to terminate a contract with Life Esidimeni and transfer them to other non-governmental organisation (NGOs). Her resignation is immediate and current Social Development MEC Nandi Mayathula-Khoza will act as Health MEC for the next seven days while Gwen Ramokgopa will return to the portfolio next week.

KIENO KAMMIES: Quintessential Cape Town: Caffeluxe

I don't know about you but I love starting most mornings with a fresh and aromatic cup of coffee. This week our Quintessential Cape Town business is all about Coffee. If you are one of those people who are building their own miniature café in the kitchen at home you might have to stop after this interview because Café Lux has so much to offer you. Their signature coffee machines provide the service of transforming small capsules into huge flavours! To talk to us about their brand is… Additional Information The also offer hot chocolate capsules, Rooibos capsules, flavoured coffee capsules, kid-friendly capsules, and even cleaning capsules too. These are all fully compatible with machines like Nespresso™, Dolce Gusto. Additional Information http://www.caffeluxe.com/ https://www.instagram.com/caffeluxe/ https://www.facebook.com/caffeluxe/ https://twitter.com/caffeluxecoffee Call them on: 021 460 0428/ 0860 238 830 The also offer hot chocolate capsules, Rooibos capsules, flavoured coffee capsules, kid-friendly capsules, and even cleaning capsules too. These are all fully compatible with machines like Nespresso™, Dolce Gusto.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Finally, swimming caps for women with dreadlocks, braids and afros

Relebogile spoke to Nomvuyo Treffers Owner of Swimma, waterproof swimming caps specifically designed for women with big hair. Finally, swimming caps for women with dreadlocks, braids and afros. The caps are big enough to accommodate African hairstyles like dreadlocks, braids, Afros and weaves.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Support Social Entrepreneur Queen Mohale on her quest to raise funds for Trek4Mandela Campaign

Relebogile spoke to Queen Mohale, founder of Dimpho Corporate & Promotions & Social Entrepreneur at heart about her quest to raise funds for Trek4Mandela Campaign. The 6th Annual Trek4Mandela Expedition is taking place in July 2017, A group of 27 individuals will climb Mount Kilimanjaro in support of Caring4Girls, an initiative that supports girls with sanitary towels, puberty and adolescent education.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media. He also shared the results the Breakfast Poll. Trends: #LifeEsidimeni|#QedaniMahlangu | #RIPMphoRanko | #Sassa | #lundityamaramemorial EarlyBreakfast Poll - Grants For Ex-Prisoners? Do you think that former prisoners deserve to get social grants? Results: 99 votes | 34% voted Yes |66 % voted No

THE MONEY SHOW: Shapeshifter - Mills Soko

Prof Soko talks about his career journey.

THE MONEY SHOW: Big Five things you did not know about Afriforum's parent company, Solidariteit

1. AfriForum is a constituent part of the larger Solidarity Movement, which grew out of the trade union Solidarity. It was the successor to the Mynwerkersunie (MWU), an all-white union established after the Anglo Boer War / South African War to look after the rights of unskilled Afrikaner miners. 2. Flip Buys was the leader of the MWU when it changed its name to Solidariteit in the late 1990's, after new labour legislation made the existence of an all-white union impossible. 3. AfriForum was established in 2006 as an organisation nominally committed to the preservation of minority rights. It however solely focuses on the rights of Afrikaners, particularly language, cultural and safety. 4. AfriForum's leader, Kallie Kriel, was a member of the Conservative Party during the early 1990's, but left it because the CP under Andries Treurnicht, who refused to take part in the negotiation process, "was not the right vehicle to ensure self-determination (a volkstaat) for the Afrikaner. 5. AfriForum has tapped into white fears, specifically around affirmative action, transformation and crime, and boast more than 186 000 members (membership is R50 minimum per monthly debit order. That's a large war chest.) 6. AfriForum covers almost every aspect of civic society, and has for example established its own university (Akademia) offering B.Com and related degrees, as well its own residence at the University of Pretotoria, called De Goede Hoop, named after Jan van Riebeeck's castle in Cape Town. It has a large Afrikaans media wing, including a very popular website (www.maroelamedia.co.za)www.maroelamedia.co.za as well as a radio station (Pretoria FM) that syndicates news and other programming to more than 20 Afrikaans community stations around the country. 7. Solidarity hosted a "crisis summit" in 2015 at the Voortrekker Monument, where its leadership said self-determination is an idea that is on the table again. 7. AfriForum has in the past referred to apartheid as a "so-called historical injustice" and "a woolly concept".

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Unusual - 'hyper-personalisation’.

•The impact that ‘hyper-personalisation' is having on the modern workforce. •Personalisation at work

THE MONEY SHOW: Sassa wants 'unlawful' grants contract extended, MPs 'staggered'

Kgomoco updates Bruce on the state of the welfare grants.

THE MONEY SHOW: Net1 ponders selling its welfare business to government

Serge says ending South Africa's welfare deal would be ‘disaster'

THE MONEY SHOW: Mar

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Chris analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: State on the Nation Month

It is the first of February and the month of the State of the Nation as well as the Budget speech. What does SA need in a time of global uncertainty? Daniel answers these questions.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sassa briefing taking place in Parliament

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Lindsay Dentlinger, about the parliament briefing about Sassa readiness to administer social grants tender.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Denosa threatens SANC if services aren't improved

Stephen Grootes spoke to Denosa spokesperson, Sibongiseni Delihlazo, about their concerns regarding the SA Nursing Council poor service towards nurses.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MKMVA generals hold meeting on resolutions from council

Stephen Grootes spoke to MK General Simphiwe Nyanda, regarding their position regarding ANC leadership following their 2016 council.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MEC Qedani Mahlangu resigns

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Masego Rahlaga, about Gauteng health MEC (Qedani Mahlangu) resignation amid revelations of atrocities at Life Esedimeni health facility.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: NPA responds to Gerrie Nel departure for Afri-forum

Stephen Grootes spoke to NPA spokesperson, Luvuyo Mfaku, about their response to Gerrie Nel's departure for private prosecution at Afri-forum.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Section 27 responds to health ombudsman report on Life Esidimeni atrocities

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Masego Rahlaga, about the details of the health ombudsman report regarding the deaths of 94 patients who died after being transferred from Life Esidimeni health facility.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Health Ombudsman delivers Life Esidimeni atrocities

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Masego Rahlaga, about the details of the health ombudsman report regarding the deaths of 94 patients who died after being transferred from Life Esidimeni health facility.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Taking a look at what’s in the Times Newspaper today

Relebogile looked at stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker. The main story that they focused on was Gerry Nel's resignation.

THE MONEY SHOW: The Science of...

Bruce looks into the workings of credit bureaus, credit profiles and credit scores.

THE MONEY SHOW: Africa Business Focus

He focuses on business in Kenya and Nigeria's economic recovery.

THE MONEY SHOW: Heroes and Zeros

Find out which wine brands is this week's hero.

THE MONEY SHOW: New mining fund

Gaurav talked about a new mining fund in the run up to this year's Mining Indaba.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Wayne gives an update of the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Update on the Post Office

Bruce gets an update from the CEO.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH SAM AND AFRICA: PSL: Games attendance key

We spoke to Mninawa Ntloko about the contributing factors of the poor attendance of PSL soccer matches. A lot of our listeners cited safety at stadiums, the quality of football and marketing as reasons we see empty stadiums.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA's position in AU regarding Morocco

Stephen Grootes spoke to Africa correspondent, Simon Allison, about South Africa's position regarding Morocco and the departure of Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Moussa Faki Mahamat elected as AU Chaiperson

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN correspondent, JJ Cornish, about the appointment of a new AU Commission Chaiperson (Moussa Faki Mahamat).

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Armyworm infestation of crops in North West and Limpopo provinces

Stephen Grootes spoke to scientist at Grain SA, Marinda Visser, about the impact of the armyworm crop damage in Limpopo and North West provinces.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nurses accuse SA Nursing Council of neglecting their needs

Stephen Grootes spoke to The Times journalist, Katherine Child, about allegations of poor administration by the SA Nursing Council.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Joburg Water to implement water throttling

Stephen Grootes spoke to Joburg Water spokesperson, Hilgard Matthews, about possible water throttling being implemented.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Parliament ad-hoc committee meets with ICASA

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about Parliament's ad-hoc committee meeting with ICASA today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: UFS appoints first black woman as deputy chair of council

Stephen Grootes spoke to Nthabeleng Rammile about being appointed as the deputy chair of council at the University of the Free State.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC changes leadership nomination process

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, Aubrey Matshiqi, about the implications of ANC changing their leadership nomination process.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gerrie Nel resigns from National Prosecuting Authority

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Mandy Weiner, about Gerrie Nel's resignation from the National Prosecuting Authority to join Afri-forum.

REDI TLHABI: What is identity politics

Eusebius spoke to Dr Danai Mupotsa and Lecturer in Critical thinking ethics at the school of management studies Jacques Rousseau about what is identity politics and how does it reflect in everyday life.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on twitter. Clive spoke about the following: #WhyAmericaWillFall | #AfricaSongIwillneverForget |#Sakhumzi Clive also shared the results of the breakfast poll: Your thoughts on the Zambian law that entitles women to take one day off work a month when they have their period? Results: 138 votes | 67% voted Very Progressive |33 % voted Not Necessary

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays

Thabo talked about his view on money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Navy SEAL in SA

This former Navy SEAL officer talks about his book, his views on leadership and the state of the US.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday

He picked Sasol, British American Tobacco and Investec.

THE MONEY SHOW: Building costs soar

Soaring house building costs hinder residential developers.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Peter gave an update of the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Gordhan vs Guptas

We get an update on this court saga.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Book feature

He talked about his book 'How to make money on the stock exchange'.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA launch date for Nintendo Switch

Stephen Grootes speaks to gaming expert, Grant Hinds, about the South Africa launch date and pricing announcement for the Nintendo Switch.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Developments unfolding at AU Summit

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN Africa correspondent, JJ Cornish, about development taking place at the African Union Summit.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nehawu continued wage strike at Unisa

Stephen Grootes speaks to Nehawu spokesperson, Khaya Xaba, about the union's continued strike over a wage increase at Unisa.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Patricia de Lille resigns as DA provincial leader

Stephen Grootes speaks to Patricia de Lille about her resignation as DA Western Cape leader today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Eskom report worth millions kept in vault

Stephen Grootes speaks to deputy editor at Financial Mail, Sikonathi Mantshantsha, about details about the Eskom report worth millions which has now been kept in a vault by the board of directors.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Israel Kgamanyane appointed to the Hawks

Stephen Grootes speaks to Hawks spokesperson, Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi, about Israel Kgamanyane's appointment at major-general at Hawks.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Integration of City power, Joburg Water and Pikitup

Stephen Grootes speaks to spokesperson for City of Joburg, Tony Taverna-Turison, about the process of integrating Pikitup, City Power and Joburg Water.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Drought still ongoing despite rain

Stephen Grootes speaks to Department of Water and Sanitation spokesperson, Sputnik Ratau, about water levels after the recent rains.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Integration of Pikitup, City power and Joburg Water

Stephen Grootes speaks to City of Joburg spokesperson, Tony Taverna-Turison, about the process of integrating Pikitup, City Power and Joburg Water.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: US moving towards leftist politics under Trump administratuion

Stephen Grootes speaks to US foreign policy expert, Brookes Spector, about the US moving towards leftist politics under Donald Trump;s administration.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trump implements conversial travel ban

Stephen Grootes speaks to Moulana Ebrahim Bam from the Muslim Council of Theologians about Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on Islamic countries.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Taking a look at what’s in the Star & Pretoria Newspaper today

Kevin Ritchie of the Star & Pretoria news looked at some of the stories making headlines.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on twitter. Clive spoke about the following: #AusOpen | #RogerFeder |#SereneWilliams | Occuplygracebiblechurch | #DonaldTrump| #AmericanTravelBan Clive also shared the results of the breakfast poll: Home Affairs Minister recently urged business to ensure that 60% of its staff are from SA. Do you think 60% is too little? Results: 125 votes | 74% voted Yes| 26 % voted No

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Tennis

Roger Federer is the Men's Champion at the Australian Open, for a 5th time Richard chats about the Ozzy Open and the state of tennis in SA.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Boxing

Soapie stars Vuyo Dabula and Moo vaango's Gabriel Temudzani went head-to-head in the boxing ring on Friday for an exhibition match hosted by Boxing South Africa. Gabriel lets us know how it went and the state of SA boxing.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Proteas

Heinz spoke about the Proteas' 5th ODI and a rundown of the match.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: The injury list

Zac gave the latest on the injury list

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Future champions Gauteng schools Cup

Nomzawe touched on the Future champions Gauteng schools Cup explaining the significance of training children at school to play soccer.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Afcon

Jonty gave us the latest on the Afcon tournament. The atmosphere in Gabon and who his favourite teams are.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and wellbeing

Errol spoke to Dr Duane about the ear, nose and throat problems. He also talked about the ear and throat infections.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Current state of affairs in the United States

Gushwell spoke to Brooks about Trump's inauguration and how the American issues affect us.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce plays the Brutal Biz Quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Best Bits of the Money Show

Bruce goes through the show's highlights for the week.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Gary analyses the market and top business stories of the day

THE MONEY SHOW: CPI Basket's re-weighting

Patrick updates listeners about the changes in the inflation basket.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SABC schedule changes to lure Afrikaans viewers

Stephen Grootes speaks to editor of TV Plus, Lucia Swart-Walters, about SABC2 introducing schedule changes to lure Afrikaans viewers.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma bows out at African Union

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN correspondent, JJ Cornish, about Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's tenure at the African Union as her terms ends.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Wits sexual harassment investigation

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Thando Khubeka, about developments around Wits University's investigation into sexual harassment allegations.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Cosatu calls for deportation of Chinese nationals working in SA

Stephen Grootes speaks to Cosatu spokesperson, Sizwe Pumla, about Cosatu's call for the deportation of illegal Chinese nationals working on CMBI Construction contract.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: City of Joburg unreported R3.4 billion irregular expenditure

Stephen Grootes speaks to MMC for Finance,Geoff Makhubo, about the City of Joburg unreported R3.4 billion of prior irregular expenditure.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nelson Mandela Bay coalition under threat

Stephen Grootes speaks to Nelson Mandela Bay mayor, Atholl Trolip, about discussions over positions in the Nelson Mandela Bay coalition government with United Democratic Movement.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA music industry mourns Lundi Tyamara's death

Stephen Grootes speaks to entertainment journalist, Kay Selisho, about the death of gospel singer Lundi Tyamara.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MPs to adopt draft report on SABC inquiry

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about Parliament committee adopting the draft report on the SABC inquiry.

KIENO KAMMIES: World record holder for longest distance in a non-commercial vehicle

How many kays (kilometres) have you accumulated on your car's odometer? Have you perhaps clocked it a few times (some only go up to 100 000 km)? Are you close to a million kilometers or perhaps gone past that mark? Could you imagine a car, a private one, not a taxi or one belonging to a fleet, doing the equivalent of 6 return trips to the moon? Irv Gordon is a retired teacher from the USA and he holds the world record for driving more than three million miles (4.8 million kilometres) in his 1966 Volvo P 1800 S

EARLY BREAKFAST: Entertainment news that made headlines this week

Early Breakfast's Regular Entertainment contributor Kay Selisho shared a few of the entertainment stories that made headlines this week. Some of the stories discussed were: 1.DJ Sbu invited to speak at Harvard Business college 2.Shia Lebouf held an anti-trump protest, got into a fight with an anti-semetic man and got arrested 3.Somizi storms out of homophobic and mysoginistic sermon at Grace Bible church 4.Mel Gibson welcomed his ninth child 5.Emmy-award winning actress Mary Tyler Moore dies at age 80 6.Viola Davis Makes History As First Black Actress To Earn 3 Oscar Nods (and other Oscar news) 7.Young actress, Ntando Duma, at the centre of body shaming debacle

THE BAND STAND: ANCYL Storm ABSA Branch

Mlondi spoke about the reasons why they felt it was significant to close an ABSA branch. He also said that the ANCYL would pay surprise visits to various ABSA branches until it paid what they owes the state.

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus - Digitisation

Pavlo discusses how business owners can build value on their business through technology and digitisation.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance - 2017 events

Warren discusses the big events that could affect one's finances this year.

THE MONEY SHOW: Sanlam's new app

New Sanalm app which allows someone to buy accidental injury and life insurance, which will last only 24 hours from when you bought it (instantly covering you), and costs as little as R10, with R30 buying you R1m cover.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money show FAQs - Crowd-funding

Simon explains the basics of successful crowd funding.

THE MONEY SHOW: The local currency strengthens

John analyses the strength in the local currency against other international currencies.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Byron analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: SA's corruption ranking drops

David explains why South Africa's international corruption ranking slipped to 64th in 2016,down from 61st in 2015.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Baby pygmy hippo moves into new enclosure

Stephen Grootes speaks to Craig Allenby from the National Zoological Gardens of SA about the baby pygmy hippo moving into a new enclosure.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Donald Trumo signs order to build Mexico border wall

Stephen Grootes speaks to Professor John Stremlau about US president, Donald Trump, about the order signed to begin construction on a Mexico border wall.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Donald Trump signs order to build Mexico wall border

Stephen Grootes speaks to Professor John Stremlau about US president, Donald Trump, signing an order to begin construction on a Mexico wall border.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nigerian fighter jet accidentally strikes refugee camp

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN correspondent, Samson Omale, about a fighter jet that struck a refugee camp. The accident killed 150 civilians and aid workers.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Rainbow Chicken to cut 1350 jobs

Stephen Grootes speaks to Kevin Lovell from SA Poulty Association about Rainbow Chicken cutting 1350 jobs.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Minister Oliphant tried to remove Johan Crouse as union registrar

Stephen Grootes speaks to independent labour analyst, Gavin Brown, about Minister Mildred Oliphant's attempt to remove Johan Crouse as union registrar.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA politics and ANC twitter black ops

Stephen Grootes speaks to author and social media influencer, Khaya Dlanga, about whether twitter is an effective tool to influence politics in SA.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: FICA Amendment Bill in Parliament

Stephen Grootes speaks to MD of Banking Association of SA,, Cas Coovadia, about their position regarding the FICA Amendment Bill currently being deliberated in Parliament.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Corruption allegations against Kgomotso Phahlane

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about developments around Kgomotso Phahlane's corruption investigation.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Phiyega report on fitness to hold office

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about the police committee receiving the report on Riah Phiyega's fitness to hold office.

REDI TLHABI: The culture of Johannesburg the city of gold.

Eusebius and Author Niq Mhlongo, Film Critic Hugh Fraser, writer and musician Danielle Bowler about the culture and history of Johannesburg.

KIENO KAMMIES: Caller: Unauthorized R79 debit orders

Leon Laing is a pensioner who had been deeply inconvenienced and troubled, and angered by the Standard Bank stop order problem – he says that regardless of the impressive interview that was conducted on the show on Tuesday – he has spent endless hours in queues in Standard Bank and has had no help.

KIENO KAMMIES: Mills Soko appointed as UCT GSB’s new director

It's always interesting to see new moves or appointments in the business sector – even across business schools. Last year we heard the news that Associate Professor Mills Soko has been appointed Director of the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB), to take effect at the beginning of the 2017 academic year. (He has taken over from Professor Walter Baets, who left the GSB at the end of July 2016.) The school is widely regarded the top school in Africa and is currently one of just three business schools on the continent to be triple crowned (meaning that it has been endorsed by the world top three accreditation bodies). So he has a lot riding on him. This morning we will hear from the man himself. Good morning Prof Soko – welcome to the show! Additional information Mills Soko earned his undergraduate degree in Social Sciences from the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 1992. Soon thereafter he worked for a year as a research assistant with UCT's Equal Opportunities Research Project. From 1994 to 1995 he was employed by the Institute for Democracy in South Africa as a researcher on parliamentary affairs, monitoring and preparing reports on the work of parliamentary committees in South Africa's first democratic national legislature. In 1996, he joined the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) – the upper house of the South African Parliament – as a researcher to the Select Committee on Trade and Industry, Foreign Affairs, and Public Enterprises. During this period he completed a Master's degree in International Studies through the University of Stellenbosch. This was followed by his appointment as Head of Policy and Legislative Research in the NCOP, where he oversaw and coordinated the work of committee researchers. Subsequently he resumed his academic studies and obtained a Master's degree in International Political Economy from the University of Warwick. In 2004, he completed a doctoral thesis on the political economy of trade policy reform in post-apartheid South Africa at the same university. In addition to being a veteran academic with a PhD from Warwick University in the UK on the political economy of trade policy reform in post-apartheid South Africa, he has held leadership positions both in government (as a senior policy adviser) and in the business sector through his involvement in the International Chamber of Commerce and Africa Business Network. In addition, he was commissioner on the Warwick Commission on the Future of World Trade and is a member of the Evian Group, a think-tank affiliated to the IMD business school and dedicated to promoting an open, integrated and equitable global economic order. In the NGO sector he has previously served as chairperson of the board of trustees of Inyathelo (South African Institute of Advancement) and chaired a working group on education and employment under the auspices of the Africa-Germany Partnership, an initiative of the former President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Horst Köhler. He is a research associate of both the South African Institute of International Affairs and the Institute for Global Dialogue, the former deputy chairperson of the editorial board of New Agenda and a member of the editorial boards of Global Governance and Africa Growth Agenda.

KIENO KAMMIES: How is government making housing available to those with lower income?

On Tuesday's show, we spoke to property expert Steven Delit, who says that property prices are on an upward trend thanks to the desire by many to buy property in Cape Town. On the flip side, this means that affordable housing becomes more and more out of reach for people in the lower income brackets, or for young families wanting to move into their own homes. What is government doing to try and balance the forces of demand – and make housing more within the grasp of ordinary Capetonians.

KIENO KAMMIES: FICA Bill sent back to parliament pt2

Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance is holding hearings on the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act. Organisations including Business Leadership SA, Business Unity South Africa (Busa) and the Banking Association of South Africa want President Jacob Zuma to sign the Bill into law. The FICA Bill was passed by Parliament last year, but Zuma sent it back raising concerns about the constitutionality of provisions relating to warrantless searches in the Bill. Bonang Mohale is the Deputy Chairperson of Business Leadership SA and he joins us on the line now…

KIENO KAMMIES: FICA Bill sent back to parliament

Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance is holding hearings on the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act. Organisations including Business Leadership SA, Business Unity South Africa (Busa) and the Banking Association of South Africa want President Jacob Zuma to sign the Bill into law. The FICA Bill was passed by Parliament last year, but Zuma sent it back raising concerns about the constitutionality of provisions relating to warrantless searches in the Bill. Bonang Mohale is the Deputy Chairperson of Business Leadership SA and he joins us on the line now…

KIENO KAMMIES: Cape Town company makes sought-after GT40 replicas

On yesterday's show, we went down memory lane and spoke about classic cars that are enjoying a new lease of life thanks to the niche market of replica cars. The one car that's stood the test of time is the Ford GT40, which is being made here in Cape Town (Muizenberg) by Cape Advanced Vehicles. They are just one of five companies around the world that makes these replica cars, but they have taken things to another level. One of their advantages is that they are casting parts from the ORIGINAL molds for the GT40. Jordi Reddy is the CEO of Cape Advanced Vehicles and he joins us now Additional info: The reason the original molds have stood the test of time is because they make so few of these vehicles – BUT they won't last forever so they have started making plans for new molds. One of the characteristics of the molds is that they are asymmetrical – as they were all made by hand back in the days before CAD… but that's what makes them more sought after as well; They can't put in airbags – because regulations say they don't make enough cars in a year (very strange – but there you go) www.cav.co.za @CAV_GT

KIENO KAMMIES: Quintessential Cape Town: Sportsman Warehouse

There's only one place to go in the Western Cape for the best selection of running footwear, sporting apparel, team sports equipment, cycling accessories, swimming gear and much more… Sportsman's Warehouse are not only SA's biggest sports equipment and sportswear warehouse but are our Quintessential Cape Town focus for the morning. Their COO, Bradley Moritz joins us on air now for more on the business…. Additional information http://www.sportsmanswarehouse.co.za/ https://twitter.com/SportsmansW https://www.facebook.com/SportsmansW/ Open: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm To contact Call 021 464 5100 or email website@sportsmanswarehouse.co.za Toll Free: 0800 003 051

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Bernie Ecclestone resigns at Formula One boss

Stephen Grootes speaks to UK correspondent, Gavin Grey, about the deal which ended Bernie Ecclestone's 40-year reign as Formula One boss.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Minister Lynne Brown on Eskom's IPP programme

Stephen Grootes speaks to Davin Chown from SA Renewable Energy Council about Minister Lynne Brown's plan to resolve the impasse on Eskom's IPP programme.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: City of Tshwane's new City Manager

Stephen Grootes speaks to Tshwane mayor, Solly Msimanga, about the nominee who is set to become Tshwane City manager.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: City of Tshwan'e new city manager

Stephen Grootes speaks to Tshwane mayor, Solly Msimanga, about the candidate presented for the position of Tshwane's city manager.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sibanye Gold serves Minister Zwane with summonses

Stephen Grootes speaks to Alan Seccombe from Business Day about Sibanye Gold serving summonses to Minister Mosebenzi Zwane with a R26 million claim.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: AIC gives ANC ultimatum on Matatiele demarcation

Stephen Grootes speaks to president of African Independent Congress, Mandla Galo, about their negotiation with the ANC over Matatiele demarcation.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Finance commitee holds hearings on FICA Bill

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about public hearings by the finance committee on the FICA Amendment Bill.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC twitter black ops campaign

Stephen Grootes speaks to social media strategisut, Jodene Shaer, about allegations that ANC used sinister means to discredit the DA and EFF over the election period.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC denies any black ops campaing involvement

Stephen Grootes speaks to political analyst, Ralph Mathekga, about perecptions about the ANC after a report revealed an alleged ANC campaign to discredit opposition parties.

REDI TLHABI:

REDI TLHABI: Did Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma fail as the Chairperson of the African Union Commission?

Eusebius had a round table with Ghanaian editor, writer and analyst Emmanuel Dogbevi, Senior legal officer for the Africa regional work of the Open Society Justice Initiative Chidi Anselm Odinkalu and professor of international relations at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London Dr Stephen Chan about Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma's legacy as the Chairperson of the African Union Commission.

KIENO KAMMIES: Brics report: Russia

Trump is now the president – how will this impact on US-Russia Relations? And what will it mean for the situation in Syria? Possibility of Russia withdrawing from the region? The peace deal?

KIENO KAMMIES: Recycling potable water/ Alternative greywater solutions

If it's not been made clear before... let it be made clear now Cape Town is in a DIRE water crisis. Yesterday we were told that Western Cape dam levels have fallen below 40 percent. (Just last week the dam levels were at 41 percent compared to 48 percent over the same period last year). It's massively concerning to see water levels so low! We NEED to be making every effort to use water responsibly. Are there other ways potable water can be recycled that we don't know about? Can we make small changes to our water usage that'll make a difference to our monthly water bills? We speak to Jason Mingo now for more…. #WaterWatch

KIENO KAMMIES: Western Cape Tourism report, and the effect that AirBNB has had

Foreign tourism to the Western Cape in December has increased by 29% year on year. MEC for Economic Opportunities Alan Winde revealed tourism statistics earlier on Tuesday morning. The majority of the foreign visitors during the peak season were from Germany and the United Kingdom, while domestic visitors were mostly from Gauteng. Nine out of ten tourist attractions reported an increase in visitor numbers over the peak season. By far the greatest attraction was Table Mountain National Park with over 400,000 visitors. Alan Winde, MEC for Economic Opportunities joins us on the line now

KIENO KAMMIES: ANC’S ‘’off the books” election campaign Mmusi Maimane

The Democratic Alliance says it is considering legal action against the ANC in the wake of reports that the ANC had engaged in covert campaign tactics during the 2016 local government elections. The African National Congress (ANC) has rejected claims, made in legal documents by a business woman, that it was involved in a R50 million covert campaign to target opposition parties during last year's local government elections. Sihle Bolani went to court asking a judge to force the party to pay her for her role in what she said was a project to use social media to spread disinformation. But the court has struck her case from the roll, saying that it's not urgent. The ANC says that any activities along these lines were not sanctioned by the party. The DA's leader Mmusi Maimane joins us on the line now to discuss whether or not the DA is to take legal action…

KIENO KAMMIES: IPID expands investigation into top cop

As you would have heard on Eyewitness News, police watchdog IPID has expanded its investigation into acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane. The unit is now looking into how he bought and financed at least six cars over the last three years. Phahlane is apparently serving papers on several parties in a bid to stop the investigation into his conduct

KIENO KAMMIES: City of Cape Town Animal services on their decision not to treat injured baboon

On yesterday's show, we spoke to the Cape of Good Hope SPCA's Allan Perrins about the decision not to intervene with an injured baboon by the name of Phoenix. He explained that advice was taken from the City of Cape Town's wildlife unit, who have many experts in their department and that it was going to be better for Phoenix as she was not the offspring of the alpha male, and that were she to be re-introduced to the troop, there was a greater chance she would be killed by the alpha. But to take us through their decision process, we've asked them to join us

KIENO KAMMIES: Ad feature: Fake News

We here a lot about Fake News these days, but what is the world doing about the problem with Fake Brands? Let's chat about a new idea to stem the tide. Pick of the week: We have another great example of innovation this week - and an idea that will make a huge impact across Africa - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPePaKnYh2I

THE MONEY SHOW: The Science of...

Jon talked about the Science of Sports Medicine.

THE MONEY SHOW: Africa Business Focus

Lwazi talked about Africa in 2017 and what is shaping the continent's future.

THE MONEY SHOW: Heroes and Zeros

Andy compares a TV ad with a radio ad. Find out why this is his zero.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brexit process referred

Parliament must vote on whether the government can start the Brexit process, the Supreme Court has ruled.

THE MONEY SHOW: FICA gets support

Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) unreservedly supports the swift signing into law of the Financial Intelligence Centre Amendment Act.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Wayne gives and update on the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Rates on hold

Mamello talks about the decision on interest rates.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Donald Trump pulls out of Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal

Stephen Grootes speaks to US foreign policy expert, Brookes Spector, about Donald Trump's decision to pull out of international Asia Pacific trade deal.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Update on Eskom

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about an update from Eskom CEO Matshela Koko about the state of the power utility.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Delays at vehicle licensing centres

Stephen Grootes speaks to City of Joburg's Cllr Michael Sun about 70 officials who were suspended for alleged corruption.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sanral goes to court over e-tolls debt

Stephen Grootes speaks to OUTA chairperson, Wayne Duvenhage, about Sanral's intention to go to court to re-coup outstanding e-tolls debt.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Medical aid scheme council requested to list members

Stephen Grootes speaks to director at Werksmans Attorneys about Minister Aaron Motsoaledi's request that the Council for Medical Aid Schemes to keep a database of members.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Poor performance of black students in higher education

Stephen Grootes speaks to Professor Berte van Wyk from University of Stellenbosch about the challenges pertaining to poor performance of black students in higher education.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MPs initiate SABC interim board appointment

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about the process of appointing an interim board for the SABC in Parliament.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Zuma at basic education Lekgotla

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Thando Khubeka, regarding his statement at the basic education Lekgotla.

REDI TLHABI: The Role of Vulgar/offensive art in public discourse.

Eusebius spoke to Journalist Percy Mabandu and Essayist & art critic Lwandile Fikeni about vulgarity in art and whether it is acceptable.

KIENO KAMMIES: Date night discriminatory?

Listeners have been mixed in their reaction towards a story we broke on our news yesterday… EWN's Clement Manyathela and Victor Magwedze posed as a gay couple wanting to take part in a Brakpan restaurant's Date Night evening held every Thursday. But the owners of the Lake Restaurant says there is nothing wrong and that they are more than welcome to come on any of the other evenings, just not on ‘date night' Thursdays. A number of listeners believe that there is nothing wrong and that this is just the same as many establishments that have Ladies Nights events, and that restaurants should be able to practice “Right of Admission Reserved” policies

KIENO KAMMIES: Cape Town a hot destination for the wealthy

A few days ago, Wealth X released their Global Property Handbook in conjunction with Warburg Realty and Barnes International Realty. The report reviews the luxury real estate market and explores the buying habits of the world's wealthy. The report names London, New York and Tokyo as the most desirable cities in the world in which to purchase luxury property and singles out seven up-and-coming luxury real estate markets. But Cape Town and Johannesburg have also cracked a mention in the list of top 50 cities – with Cape Town coming in at 37th and Johannesburg at number 46 So if the wealthy are being told to buy here – will it drive up the price of property?

KIENO KAMMIES: Power Plastics Poolcovers – no deliveries yet?

Last year we featured a company that provides plastic pool covers in order for your pool to be more “water restriction” friendly. They advertise that “All our pool covers reduce water evaporation by over 98%. Evaporation losses over one summer season add up to a staggering amount of wasted water. With South Africa's drought and resulting water crisis, pool covers are no longer an accessory, rather a necessity. Covering your pool is the right thing to do!” A number of listeners have phoned in saying that they ordered pool covers, but they have been waiting for months for them to be delivered and when enquiring – no one ever gets back to them? They join us on the line now to tell us exactly what is going on….

KIENO KAMMIES: Unauthorized R79 debit orders - Standard Bank responds

Last week Jill called in to alert us of a R79 “dodgy” debit order transaction that went off on her account the previous evening which she hadn't signed off on. Following her warning, we received a flurry of calls from other listeners who experienced the exact same thing. Have a listen to a montage those calls: Play clip So Standard Bank and PASA will join us on air this morning for a response on these calls...

KIENO KAMMIES: Unauthorized R79 debit orders - PASA responds

Last week Jill called in to alert us of a R79 “dodgy” debit order transaction that went off on her account the previous evening which she hadn't signed off on. Following her warning, we received a flurry of calls from other listeners who experienced the exact same thing. Have a listen to a montage those calls: Play clip So Standard Bank and PASA will join us on air this morning for a response on these calls…

KIENO KAMMIES: Water levels in the Western Cape drop below 40%

The average water level for dams across the Western Cape has officially dropped to below 40%. The provincial government has put out a warning that water usage in the Western Cape remains high and dam levels keep falling fast. Western Cape local government‚ environmental affairs and development planning MEC Anton Bredell‚ said despite hard work done to reduce water consumption‚ water usage remains high and dam levels are worrying. However‚ Bredell said the water situation in the Western Cape is not yet at a crisis level‚ despite some areas having been declared disaster areas over the past year.

KIENO KAMMIES: Water levels in the Western Cape drop below 40% Part 2

The average water level for dams across the Western Cape has officially dropped to below 40%. The provincial government has put out a warning that water usage in the Western Cape remains high and dam levels keep falling fast. Western Cape local government‚ environmental affairs and development planning MEC Anton Bredell‚ said despite hard work done to reduce water consumption‚ water usage remains high and dam levels are worrying. However‚ Bredell said the water situation in the Western Cape is not yet at a crisis level‚ despite some areas having been declared disaster areas over the past year. Bredell is unfortunately on a flight at the moment, but the Head of communications at Dept. of Environmental Affairs, James Styan is able to join us…

KIENO KAMMIES: Was Jenni Trethowan kept away from baboons?

We spoke yesterday morning to Jenni Trethowan of Baboon Matters, about the death of a young baboon who was injured in the recent fires in the area… A number of callers then called in and a lot of finger pointing was done… So we've decided to delve more into what had happened and the reasons for the decisions which were taken…

KIENO KAMMIES: Computer lab needed for Dunoon Primary school

The 2017 school year is now well underway – most children have settled in nicely and started their scholastic career with aplomb. Knowing how to use a computer can be a very effective and important education tool for young children but unfortunately a well-equipped computer lab is a luxury for far too many schools don't have … (which job these days doesn't make use of computers?) We received an email from Christine a couple of weeks back alerting us to pupils at one of the Dunoon Primary schools who are part of that unfortunate norm who may not be lucky enough to become computer literate – unless someone intervenes… We speak to Christine now…

EARLY BREAKFAST: 50 towns | 3000km | #Riding4SAeducation

Relebogile had a chat with Azhar Vadi , Recreational cyclist from Salaamedia and Salaam Foundation. He spoke about the Riding4SAeducation intiative where he will be riding 3000kms in 50 town all in an effort to raise funds for education. Azhar along with a number of other riders will be cycling from from the Musina border post in Limpopo all the way to the Cape Point in the Western Cape next month in order to raise funds to support impoverished kids through their early years of education through the Salaam Foundation

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays

Mark talks about his relationship with money in a personal interview.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Book

He talked about his book 'Confronting the Corrupt'.

THE MONEY SHOW: Audit rotation

Steven explained why many companies are unhappy about new auditing rules.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday

Anthony selected Astral, Pioneer and Kaap Agri.

THE MONEY SHOW: WEF 2017 review

Arno reflected on lessons from Davos.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Feroz gave an update of the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Interest rates preview

Dawie talked about effects of the drought on inflation.

THE MONEY SHOW: Interest rates preview

Kevin talked about expectations from the MPC tomorrow.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: EFF reveals plenum outcomes

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Masa Kekana, about what Julius Malema shared about the plenum outcomes.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Homophobia in SA

Stephen Grootes speaks to station manager at Gay SA Radio, Hendrik Baird, about incidents of homophobia occurring in spite of a society evolving.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Looking at global economic performance

Stephen Grootes speaks to head of strategy at Ashburton Investments, Mark Appleton, about global economic performance from discussions at World Economic Forum.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: CNN vs Trump after inauguration

Stephen Grootes speaks to senior researcher at Africa Check, Kate Wilkinson, about CNN's decision not to do a live broadcast of a Trump press conference to avoid misinforming viewers.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Fake twitter accounts misinforming the public

Stephen Grootes speaks to author and political commentator, Justice Malala, about fake twitter accounts created to misinform South Africans about developments in political matters.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: UP requests #FeesMustFall protesters to write letters before registration

Stephen Grootes speaks to advisor at University of Pretoria, Rikus Delport, about requesting #FeesMustFall students to write motivation letters alongside their applications for re-registration.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Adrian Lackay vs SARS at CCMA

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about former SARS spokesperson (Adrian Lackay) heading to the CCMA over his departure.

REDI TLHABI: Family Matters: Pathological liars and how they families.

Eusebius and Clinical psychologist Khosi Jiyani had a discussion about Pathological liars and how their lying can affect the family dynamic.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Technobyt with Aki

Aki spoke to Eusebius about the technology discussion at the world economic forum is Devos, Samsung held a press conference explaining what happened with the Note 7.

REDI TLHABI: The inequality driver the expands the gap

Eusebius spoke to Economist Xhanti Payi, Senior Economist at the trade and industrial policy studies Dr Neva Sidman Makgetla and Economic Justice Programme Manager, Oxfam SA Ayabonga Cawe about the Inequality gap and what would the possible solutions be.

REDI TLHABI: The inequality driver the expands the gap

Eusebius spoke to Economist Xhanti Payi, Senior Economist at the trade and industrial policy studies Dr Neva Sidman Makgetla and Economic Justice Programme Manager,Oxfam SA Ayabonga Cawe about the Inequality gap and what would the possible solutions be.

REDI TLHABI: The inequality driver the expands the gap

Eusebius spoke to Economist Xhanti Payi, Senior Economist at the trade and industrial policy studies Dr Neva Sidman Makgetla and Economic Justice Programme Manager, Oxfam SA Ayabonga Cawe about the Inequality gap and what would the possible solutions be.

KIENO KAMMIES: Brics report: China

China's internet population reaches 731m! http://www.scmp.com/tech/china-tech/article/2064396/chinas-internet-users-grew-2016-size-ukraines-population-731-million Chinese truck manufacturer teams up with Dangote in Nigeria http://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobongnsehe/2017/01/17/africas-richest-man-sets-up-100-million-vehicle-assembly-plant/#3c4f23b0fd6d Beijing orders closure of golf courses http://sports.yahoo.com/news/china-bans-more-100-golf-courses-safeguard-resources-143056018--golf.html

KIENO KAMMIES: Caller: Jenni Trethowan of Baboon Matters

She wants to help some injured baboons, especially a badly burned baby baboon but is getting resistance from Cape Nature and SPCA. Additional: Baboon Matters To all our friends tonight I am asking all of you for your urgent support. You have seen the news of the Da Gama fires, the updates from the City of Cape Town and HWS. You will have seen the reports that stated 80% of the home range had burnt, but that DESPITE this huge burn, there was enough food and water for the Da Gama troop. You read the report that the injured juveniles were doing well - including the last report where SPCA inspectors had accompanied HWS and the CoCT vet and declared the juvie were displaying normal behaviour and were being carried by the mothers. FACT CHECK when juvies of that age are being carried it is because they are ill or injured - NOT because they are doing well. FACT CHECK the baboons are being pushed onto denuded, severely burnt land daily since the fires - how would those injured juvenile find food and water? FACT CHECK I asked to accompany the SPCA on the visit to check on the injured baboons and I was not allowed to as the baboons are "skittish"; but the FACT is that the baboons come into Da Gama Park every evening when the monitors go off duty and roam freely amongst residents, so why is Baboon Matters kept away? Why was Baboon Matters LIED to - we were told that the injured juveniles were receiving medication daily (the medication being hidden in bread...that the rest of the troop did not take from the injured youngsters.. what RUBBISH!!!) One week after the fires, the little girl Phoenix baboon is hanging weakly on her mothers back, not moving except to occassionly suck at her badly burnt fingers. She did not get off her mother once, and from her limp, fluffed out state I do not expect her to survive. I hope I am wrong. My rage, is centered on the pain that little girl Phoenix must be feeling - pain that could have been averted - and would have been if she had been born a porcupine or tortoise or grysbuck. But because little girl Phoenix is a baboon she got NO treatment and instead a huge cover up about the state of her health. I am quite frankly appalled by behaviour of City of Cape Town, SPCA and HWS and so so sad by what I witnessed tonight. There is little chance that little Phoenix can be saved now, her little troop mate is limping along and should survive, but Phoenix has had little food or water in the 7 days since the fire and is barely moving now.......... Please folks support my move that BABOON MATTERS SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO SEE THE BABOONS

KIENO KAMMIES: Whatsapp hoax – water being cut

A message has being doing the rounds stating the the City of Cape Town is going to be cutting the water supply today – it has come to light that this message is indeed a hoax and should not be taken seriously. The message reads: Hi collegues my sister works at the city at water and sanitation. They have a plan to restrict the water flow for 2mrw. Its been said the water will be off from 5am until 11am. Please make provision for 2mrw. Fill up bottles, buckets. Joining us on the line is Cllr Xanthea Limberg, Mayco member for Informal Settlements, Water and Waste Services; Energy to discuss this – as well as the water status going into this week…

KIENO KAMMIES: What is the value of a Ford Kuga now? Autotrader responds

A week ago the Ford Kuga was recalled after approximately 46 vehicles burst into flames since last year. What is the value of a ford Kuga since it has been recalled? Are insurance companies still insuring them, or are owners battling? Do you know anyone who has actively gone to purchase a second hand Kuga because it might be selling at a very low price now?

KIENO KAMMIES: What is the value of a Ford Kuga now? Santam responds

A week ago the Ford Kuga was recalled after approximately 46 vehicles burst into flames since last year. What is the value of a ford Kuga since it has been recalled? Are insurance companies still insuring them, or are owners battling? Do you know anyone who has actively gone to purchase a second hand Kuga because it might be selling at a very low price now?

KIENO KAMMIES: Aftermath of wildfires – animals in need

The recent Cape fires certainly grabbed the headlines and attention of the public – with the smell of smoke constantly hanging in the air, home interiors and pools stained with soot and ash, and much destruction to buildings and vegetation… But what about the many animals that call the mountains and open veld “home” Dr Jenny Stock of TEARS animal rescue has been very busy coming to the aid of wildlife injured and displaced by the fires – and she joins me now… Contact details: 021 785 4482 or tears@tears.org.za

KIENO KAMMIES: World wide women’s marches against Trump

Over the weekend Hundreds of thousands of women marched across the US, and in many other countries in the world response to the election of Donald Trump & his planned policies. Donald Trump was on Friday inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America. In his inaugural speech, Donald Trump recommitted himself to improving the lives of American citizens. Nadia is in the US and attended the Sundance Film Festival on Friday, where a large portion of the weekend was “dedicated” to anti-trump action… she joins us on the line now..

SPORTSTALK WITH UDO CARELSE: Shining the spotlight on a career in the perfomig Arts

Karima Spoke to Marcus Desando, CEO for Gauteng Opera about a career in the performing Arts and its viability & contribution to the economy.

SPORTSTALK WITH UDO CARELSE: Golf

Jeremy chats about the Abu Dhabi Championship, there were some major upsets in the competition.

SPORTSTALK WITH UDO CARELSE: The Pink Drive

Nolene talks about the Proteas gearing up for the popular Pink One Day International (ODI). She also touched on breats cancer and raising awareness.

SPORTSTALK WITH MARC LEWIS: Sports and injuries

Zach gave us the latest on the injury list.

SPORTSTALK WITH UDO CARELSE: Soccer

Helman Mkhalele, former Bafana player spoke about the latest on the AFCON tournament.

THE BAND STAND: South Africans Doing Great Things

Sibusiso Zulu & Mandla Khumalo started Sneakers4Change Charity Drive they acknowledging the fast growing social and economic culture of sneakers in and around the world. Sneakers 4 Change Charity Drive promotes the sneaker culture along with the culture of giving.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce play the business quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: WEF 2017

Stephen wraps up coverage of the World Economic Forum.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Garth analyses the markets and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Donald Trump's inauguration

Ben analyses the effects of the US' 45th president, Donald Trump.

THE MONEY SHOW: Donald Trump's inauguration

Prof Stremlau analyses the effects of the US' 45th president Donald Trump.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Maria Ramos weighs in on leaked PP report naming ABSA

Stephen Grootes speaks to ABSA's Maria Ramos about her thoughts on the bank being named in a leaked Public Protector report regarding receiving a bailout during apartheid.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Developments unfolding at WEF in Davos

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Stephen Grootes, about the day's big stories coming from World Economic Forum meeting in Davos.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: DHA takes on Oppenheimers in court

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to director-general of Department of Home Affairs, Mkuseli Apleni, about taking court action against the Oppenheimers in their demand for their own VIP terminal at OR Tambo International Airport.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MEC Mayathula-Khoza visits family who lost 3 children in a fire

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Pelani Phakgadi, about the department of social development assisting the family who lost 3 children in a shack fire.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Kgomotso Phahlane fires back at corruption allegations

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about developments around corruption allegations against acting police commissioner, Kgomotso Phahlane.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Anglo Gold Ashanti cutting 849 jobs

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to labour and mining analyst, Mamokgethi Molopyane, about challenges facing SA's mining industry with 849 jobs to be cut at Anglo Gold Ashanti.

REDI TLHABI: The Naked Scientist

The naked Scientist spoke to Eusebius about a robot which has been designed to help regulate your heart rate.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Lorcia Cooper chats about her role in Lockdown

Dancer, choreographer and actress, Lorcia Cooper is back on our TV screen in the new popular all-female prison drama series. She spoke to Xolani about her role in this new drama series.

KIENO KAMMIES: Stark drone footage of our dams

We can go on talking about the water crises in the Western Cape for months on end, or until everyone starts to do their part. At this rate… it will be months on end… To give us a different perspective Cape Town-based photographer, Johnny Miller, decided to frame the water crisis in another way: from the top. We spoke to Miller in May 2016 when he took drone photo's to depict the inequality in the Western Cape. He joins us on air now to talk about his latest project… drone footage of the dam level of Theewaterskloof dam. He adds that since the city's water system is interconnected by a series of pumps, pipelines, and reservoirs, you are probably drinking water from this dam, either directly or indirectly.

KIENO KAMMIES: Driving lessons to be included in South African school curriculum

It's a long time coming but driving lessons will reportedly FINALLY be included in the South Africa curriculum through a partnership between the Road Traffic Infringement Agency and the Department of Basic Education. Speaking at the Soshanguve East Secondary School recently, Transport Minister Dipuo Peters said that the announcement was part of a long term initiative to curb the carnage on our roads and enhance road safety. According to Peters, the provision of a driving simulators programme will be implemented during the 2017/18 financial year. The Department of Transport is in the process of finalising the Graduated Driving License framework. Additional information “We also have a partnership with the department of basic education to ensure the inclusion of road safety in the curriculum and the training of teachers. This essentially entails different aspects of road safety awareness which are intended to adequately skill new drivers,” Peters added. “I have no doubt that road safety education that starts at an early age should be one of the core focus areas in assisting us to turn the tide as far as road deaths are concerned. Formal education and training will remain important, but we must also broaden our minds and find ways to include road safety messages into the wider curriculum, into mathematics and science, geography and civic education,” Peters said.

KIENO KAMMIES: The Finance week that was: 20 Jan 2017

1. It was only a matter of time. ...Lynne Brown instructs Eskom to halt cutting electricity supply to defaulting municipalities. ...never mind the R10 billion it's owed. 2. Ford Fury?....Ford's management has finally been forced out of hiding after about 50 Ford Kugas have gone up in flames in the past six months. Was it hoping the problem would melt away? 3. A tale of good African neighbourliness...Yahya Jammeh is holed up in some dingy place in Banjul while neighbours Senegal, Ghana and Nigeria swear in President Adama Barrow in neighbouring Senegal ese capital. Or, ALTERNATIVELY: Cyril McBuffalo led the 60 strong SA delegation to Davos while Number One stayed put at home. Was it because Zuma is tired of pretending to be interested talking to the very same people denying him his nuclear power stations?

KIENO KAMMIES: What does the long term rain model predict for Western Cape?

We have been warned that we could have less than 100 days of water based on current consumption patterns, but also based on other calculations, we have a longer grace period before running out… But even if we have enough to see us through this summer, it is all dependent on whether we get decent rains this winter season, as last year's rainfall was less than in 2015… to see us through to next year.

KIENO KAMMIES: The Health department is battling to place medical students

Over the past few weeks we have seen a flurry of reports based on newly qualified medical doctors and pharmacists that are unemployed because government hasn't placed them in positions for internships or community service work. However, Min of Health Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, says one of the biggest problems facing his department is medical students who decline internships based on location. According to EWN - Motsoaledi says that the department has been using a new system to ensure that doctors are placed based on community needs and not on preference. The minister says there's a problem in the country because many medical interns prefer to be placed in the big cities - Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban. "They reasons range from marriage to medical conditions. But the department is not always in the position to accommodate all these demands." Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, joins us on the line now to discuss this issue…

KIENO KAMMIES: 'We Are the Generation That Doesn’t Want Relationships'

According to an article written in the Huffington Post by Krysti Wilkonson, we are the generation who doesn't want a relationship. In the fascinating piece, Krysti lists all the things that we want, yet we don't want a relationship… We want a second coffee cup in our Instagrams of lazy Saturday mornings, another pair of shoes in our artsy pictures of our feet. We want a Facebook official relationship every one can like and comment on, we want the social media post that wins #relationshipgoals. We want a date for Sunday morning brunch, someone to commiserate with during the drudge of Mondaze, a Taco Tuesday partner, someone to text us good morning on Wednesday. We want a plus one for all the weddings we keep getting invited to (how did they do it? How did they find their happily ever after?). But we are the generation who doesn't want a relationship.

KIENO KAMMIES: International Hugging Day (21 Jan(

Saturday, 21 January 2017, is annual International Hugging Day, celebrated the world-over to spread some cheer. To help spread the happiness, Baskin-Robbins ice cream is offering guests at their Tyger Valley shop free hugs and ice cream scoops this Saturday. Initiated in 1986 by Kevin Zaborney[2], International Hugging Day was designed to fall between the Festive Season and Valentine's Day when he found people are generally low in spirits. Gregory Eccles, a psychologist in private practice in Greenstone Hills, Johannesburg, says there are benefits of hugging for both physical and psychological well-being. “When someone is hugged, it triggers certain chemical reactions to occur in the human brain, which can greatly reduce stress levels and evoke happiness.”

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whatsapp Music Industry Course

Relebogile had a chat with music industry veteran Gabi Le roux about a WhatsApp Music Industry Course designed for those wanting to become a DJ, Producer, Artist, Musician, Manager, Publisher or Promoter. The WhatsApp course aims to help those wishing to have a detailed understanding of the most important elements in the Music Industry, but cannot afford the expensive fees.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Entertainment news that made headlines this week

Early Breakfast's Regular Entertainment contributor Kay Selisho shared a few of the entertainment stories that made headlines this week. Some of the stories discussed were: Zahara Jolie-Pitt's mom wants to reunit with her after 12 years. Shona Ferguson married Connie two months after meeting her? Wow! Date my Family's Mdu Nyoni was the talk of the town. Kalushi - The Solomon Mhalngu bipoic - finally gets a release date.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi Looked at some of the trends on social media. Today most people were talking about Donald's Trump's most Anticipated Inauguration as well as the Incident with the image of an Eastern Cape women who was photographed at the back of a Bakkie in cage

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus

Access to funding for start-up businesses and projects in running businesses.

THE MONEY SHOW: Starting young

Warren talked about investing at an early age while earning a low income.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money Show FAQs

How does one ensure a great credit score? How does one improve a credit score?

THE MONEY SHOW: WEF 2017

Laurie talks about his experience of Davos.

THE MONEY SHOW: WEF 2017

Stephen reports from Davos.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Graeme talked about the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Safety deposit box robbery

FNB responds to the victims of the heist.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gambia's Yahya Jammeh's inauguration

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to executive director of Good Governance Africa, Dr Alain Tschudin, about African governance in light of Yahya Jammeh's inauguration.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Inflation rates are up

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to economist at Nascensce Advisory & Research, Xhanti Payi, about SA's taking monetary policy forward.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Stephen Grootes in conversation with Cyril Ramaphosa

Stephen Grootes speaks to Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, about South Africa's economic future and investment prospects.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MP interim reports on SABC affairs

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, gaye Davis, regarding details of interim report into SABC board fitness to hold office.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Aaron Motsoaledi on employment status of SA doctors and pharmacists

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about comments by Minister Aaron Motsoaledi about the employment of SA's doctors and pharmacists.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Teacher named in underage sex scandal

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to MEC Panyaza Lesufi about the teacher accused of soliciting sex with an underage learner in exchange for groceries.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Panyaza Lesufi briefing on learner placements

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Victor Magwedze, about the details of the media briefing held by MEC Panyaza Lesufi.

KIENO KAMMIES: Lifting of title deed restrictions

On Tuesday morning's show, we received a call from Barnett of Wynberg – who is concerned about the City of Cape Town lifting restrictions on title deeds in future... Have a listen...

KIENO KAMMIES: Sustainability – what are the products we consume that have large water footprint?

On yesterday's show Jonathan Cherry and I were discussing sustainability and especially brands that are doing their best to preserve our environment - suck as Ikea boasting that they had zero waste going to landfills. I said I would like to discuss the products we tend to consume, which we didn't realise had high water footprints… that is, where a lot of water was required to make them available to us… For example the bar of chocolate you eat or the bottled water you choose to drink… or even the shirt you're wearing… as cotton requires water to be grown, and then manufactured, and other man-made fibres also require water during the extraction process…

KIENO KAMMIES: NSFAS applications – when will applicants know their status?

On yesterday's show, I received a call from Kenny in Mitchells Plain and whose son has applied for student funding through NSFAS – but to date has not received any feedback – and until he knows his status, cannot apply at any of the tertiary institutions … What is the situation at the moment? We thought we should speak to their Chairperson, Sizwe Nxasana…

KIENO KAMMIES: Helicopter pilots seeing firebugs in action?

There are reports coming in from various quarters that helicopter pilots fighting the fires around the Western Cape are seeing people starting more fires and fleeing the scene… One of them is a voicenote that has been going around – but that has been tinged with political conspiracy and the source of it is unknown…

KIENO KAMMIES: Quintessential Cape Town: Cape Town Fish Market

Our next Quintessential Cape Town business is a seafood restaurant of tasty treats that always leaves Capetonians hooked… Cape Town Fish Market first opened its doors in 1997 at the V&A Waterfront and the unique combination of serving both authentically South African and Japanese dishes has proven to be a huge hit with locals. We speak to the Marketing manager for more… Additional information All their colour coded plates to make it easy for customers to stick to their budget – however small or large that may be! https://www.ctfm.co.za/about/ https://www.facebook.com/ctfmsa https://twitter.com/ctfmsa https://www.instagram.com/ctfmsa/

EARLY BREAKFAST: An app that instantly connects victims directly to Police, Paramedics & Firemen anywhere

Relebogile had a chat with Muhammed Jeewa , WEmergency App Founder about his App that instantly connects victims directly to Police, Paramedics & Firemen anywhere. A convenient & fast emergency rescue service accessible to a user travelling ANYWHERE in South Africa.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Inspiring group of black disabled swimmers trying to raise R 27 000-00 in order to participate in the Midmar Mile

Relebogile had a chat with Paddy Slattery, Director at Mandeville Disability Swimming – they are hoping to go to Midmar again this year. They need to raise R27000.00 for transport, food and accommodation for 7 disabled swimmers, a driver and the coach.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi Looked at some of the trends on social media & also revealed the results of the Morning's twitter Poll. Trending on social Media: #FordFigo| #ReleaseShiraazMohamed| EarlyBreakfast Poll -Do you think driving lessons should become part of our high school curriculum? Results: 164 votes | 84% voted Yes| 16 % voted No

THE MONEY SHOW: Shapeshifter

The emerging markets expert is featured in this week's profile interview.

THE MONEY SHOW: Big Five

The five things you need to know to understand the Public Protector vs Absa debacle.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Unusual

Colin talked about dealing with the impact of automation.

THE MONEY SHOW: Davos 2017

The minister shares his view on the World Economic Forum.

THE MONEY SHOW: WEF 2017

Stephen gives an update from Davos.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Chris gave an update on the latest company news and market movements.

THE MONEY SHOW: Inflation climbs to 6.8% in December

Jason shared his view on the latest numbers.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH SAM AND AFRICA: Masterclass: Planet Earth II

When the first Planet Earth series came out a decade ago, it transformed how viewers saw their planet. It captivated a global audience of over half a billion people by giving them an unprecedented view of live on Planet Earth. Now 10 years on, advances in filming technology have made it possible for filmmakers to reveal the natural world in entirely new ways, going further, getting closer and capturing behaviour and places that would have been impossible 10 years ago. Dr. Fredi Devas is a wildlife filmmaker who cares deeply about the natural world and the challenges it faces. After completing a PhD on Chacma baboons in Namibia, Fredi did research on the bushmeat trade in Equatorial Guinea and then spent time living in the San bushmen in Southern Africa. Having worked on Meerkat Manor and Nick Baker's Weird Creatures, he joined the BBC to work on Frozen Planet and then Wild Arabia. He's been lucky enough to film polar bears feasting on a whale carcass, camel racing with robotic jockeys, and be surrounded by nearly half a million King penguins. On Planet Earth II, he decided to leave the wildernesses behind to produce and direct the ‘Cities' episode. Highlights included filming langurs and macaques in India, and hyenas roaming the streets in Ethiopia, where he was struck by the harmonious relationship between people and the potentially dangerous animals they shared their cities with.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Yahya Jammeh declares state of emergency

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN correspondent, JJ Cornish, about the state of emergency implemented by Gambian president Yahya Jammeh.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Class action against Ford

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to litigation lawyer, Tyrone Maseko, about how a class action suit would work for clients taking legal action against Ford.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Brexit: what does the future look like for Britain?

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to chief economist at Nedbank, Dennis Dykes, about what the future looks like for Britain with Brexit in full effect.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Developments at WEF Davos

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Stephen Grootes, about recent developments unfolding at World Economic Forum gathering in Davos.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Memorial service for Katlehong cop

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Pelani Phakgadi, about the memorial service of cop who was shot dead by a colleague in Katlehong.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Details of leaked SABC draft report

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about the details of the leaked SABC draft report compiled by the parliamentary committee.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Students threaten to shut down TVET colleges

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to Joel Mamabolo from SA Further Education and Training Student Association about how they intend to take action on their grievances.

REDI TLHABI: Conspicuous consumption- is it culturally unacceptable?

Chairperson, Commission for the Promotion & Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities Thoko Mkhwanazi-Xaluva spoke to Eusebius about the dangers Conspicuous Consumption has on poor people in SA.

KIENO KAMMIES: Very successful December for Cape Town tourism

2016 might have been an average year for many, but for Cape Town tourisms is has proven to be one for the books! The figures for visitor traffic at Cape Town International Airport and at the city's major attractions in December 2016 are out, and it's good news all round. Not only did Kirstenbosch, Groot Constantia and Cape Point enjoy a record-breaking month, expectations were exceeded. December 2016 arrivals breakdown: Domestic arrivals = 398,245 (3% increase) Regional arrivals = 8,795 (1% decrease) International arrivals = 84,493 (29% increase) Total arrivals = 522,659 (8% increase) Enver Duminy, CEO of Cape Town Tourism joins us on the line now… Additional info: Visitor numbers to the attractions in brief: Robben Island Museum: There were 49 738 visitors to the Island this past festive season, 4% more than in December 2015. Kirstenbosch experienced a record December with the most visitors in a month. December figures = 118,699, a 6% increase YOY. The second best performing month in their history was December 2014 with 116,986 visitors. YOY growth = 6% Groot Constantia experienced a record December with 79000 visitors, a 25% increase on December 2015. However, total visitors for the year amounted to 405,088, a 3% decrease YOY. Cape Point also experienced a record December with 129,039 visitors, a 15% increase YOY. Their second busiest month was in October 2016, with 113,709 visitors. Total visitors for 2016 amounted to 1,095,270, a 23% increase YOY. Table Mountain received 150,201 visitors in December 2016, a 0.3% increase YOY. Their 2016 total visitor figures = 1,102,189, a 14% increase YOY. Even in cases where December figures were slightly lower, the attractions posted fantastic annual figures reflecting growth up from 2015. Waterfront had a 1% decrease in visitors YOY for December. However, for 2016 in total, they had almost 1 million more visitors than 2015. The Watershed and Aquarium visitor numbers have increased in 2016 and this could explain the decrease in visitors to the Waterfront

KIENO KAMMIES: New Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) in Cape Town

With the reshuffle of the MAYCO members being announced on Monday, the City of Cape Town can look forward to a number of changes. On such change is the portfolio of Cllr Brett Heron, who has started to implement the new Transport and Urban Development Authority. According to the COCT - The new Transport and Urban Development Authority (TDA) brings together the pivotal functions associated with the long-term sustainability of Cape Town and those who live and work here, namely: transport, spatial planning and urban development, the management of our environmental resources, and affordable housing. With the amalgamation of these functions under one authority, the City can align its policies and strategies to be more responsive, resilient and dynamic in dealing with the challenges we are currently facing. This sounds like a lot of jargon, to break it down for us… Brett Heron joins us on the line….

KIENO KAMMIES: Car warning systems – temp gauge

After weeks of silence, Ford finally announced on Monday that they would be recalling their vehicles. Ford CEO Jeff Nemeth yesterday told us on air that it took longer to make this decision because they had to do investigations to find out what caused the fires. In December last year, Ford SA confirmed that the risk of its Kuga SUV catching fire was confined to a particular model - the 1.6-litre EcoBoost and was “possibly” as a result of engine overheating. (As such the vehicle's coolant system would need to be checked out. “Dealers will check the coolant concentration level and for any leaks or damage to the cooling system‚ plus conduct cooling system pressure tests‚” Ford SA spokesman Rella Bernardes told Times Live at that time. So we decided to hear from the former technical editor at Car magazine, Jake Venter, for more…

KIENO KAMMIES: Latest about learner placements in Western Cape Schools

About a week ago, the provincial education department announced that more than one million pupils are expected to fill classrooms across the Western Cape in 2017. Education MEC Debbie Schafer said in a statement that most preparations for the new academic year were completed well before the end of 2016. Officials were also working around the clock to accommodate late enrolments and pupils who had not yet been placed, she said. With a week of school down, are most of these pupils being accommodated in schools, or are many still without a placement for 2017? Spokesperson for the MEC of education in the Western Cape, Jessica Shelver, joins us on the line now…

KIENO KAMMIES: Water desalination – why are we not doing it?

One of the biggest threats facing Cape Town now numbering 3.7 million people, is running out of water, despite the current restrictions imposed on water usage. Surely South Africa's 3,000-kilometer coastline could support a whole fleet of eco-friendly desalination plants that will solve the country's water shortages and produce a new industry? Why is SA not looking at desalination as the answer to the water crisis? Prof Neil Armitage, Head of Department Urban Water Management at UCT, joins us on the line to discuss this...

KIENO KAMMIES: Fire investigations & arson

Fires are devastating for fauna, flora and everyone in its path and it seems like every day Cape Town is struck by yet another fire – with the latest being the Vredehoek/Deer Park blaze on Tuesday night. The Vredehoek/Deer Park fire came hot on the heels of a fire on Signal Hill and just days after firefighters managed to suppress massive fires in Simon's Town and the Helderberg. Many of you said the spate of fires were suspicious and the handiwork of an arsonist or two. In fact, over the weekend saw a 14-year-old boy identified as a suspected arsonist in the fire along Signal hill after community members identified him as the person who started the fires near the old zoo in that area. This morning we'll here from a representative of the City's investigative unit for more… Additional information Fires must be reported to the City's Public Emergency Communication Centre by dialling 021 480 7700 from a cellphone or 107 from a landline. Between 1 November 2016 and 12 January 2017, the City's Fire and Rescue Service responded to 5 465 fires – an average of 75 a day. Of these, just shy of 80% were classified as bush, grass or rubbish fires. The City of Cape Town has a firefighting complement of approximately 900 permanent staff members, with between 210 and 250 on shift at the City's 30 fire stations at any given time. In addition, 120 seasonal firefighters are employed over the summer months and aerial firefighting support is available in the form of two helicopters and a spotter plane. The City's Disaster Risk Management Centre is another key player in fire suppression, courtesy of its volunteer corps. The City also works closely with other agencies like Table Mountain National Park, Working on Fire and the Volunteer Wildfire Service. Where required, the City can also call on neighbouring municipalities for assistance and vice versa. City firefighters are still monitoring hotspots after the latest fire in Vredehoek/Deer Park last night. Approximately 160 City firefighters with 15 fire engines, four water tankers, five bush tenders and six skid units and support staff, assisted by 70 Table Mountain National Park staff with water tankers and skid units, battled gale-force winds and walls of flames throughout the night to safeguard lives and property. A number of residents opted to evacuate of their own accord. While assessments must still be completed, initial estimates are that there has been structural damage in the region of R4,5 million to four structures. Firefighters were also dealing with a large vegetation fire in the wetlands adjacent to Masiphumelele at the same time yesterday. Tips for preventing wildfires: · It is an offence to toss a burning cigarette butt from vehicles or anywhere else · The sale, distribution and discharge of fireworks without a valid permit is an offence · Fire-wise your garden by limiting flammable vegetation species. You will need to reduce the growth of fire-loving vegetation (usually invasive alien plants) in and around your property by cutting and trimming on a regular basis · Avoid slash-and-burn or bush-clearing activities on high-risk days – you have to have a burning permit or prior authorisation · Make sure that fire hydrants are clear and available for emergency services access · Only braai in safe and designated areas and always put out recreational or cooking fires immediately after use – never leave them unattended · Use heating, cooking or lighting devices safely – use on a stable platform and not near flammable substances of any kind · When camping, extinguish candles, open fires and cigarettes before going to sleep · Always keep matches, lighters, paraffin and poisonous substances out of the reach of children · Make a proper firebreak between your home and nearby vegetation to protect your property · Use safety caps on all poisonous or flammable substances containers

KIENO KAMMIES: Ad feature: Brands & sustainability 2017

Shouldn't 2017 be the year that your brands take sustainability seriously? Let's chat about and international example and this opportunity. Pick of the week: An interesting idea from TFG as to how they see their e-commerce deliveries in the future - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MytuGJN9egk

SOLID GOLD JUKEBOX SATURDAY: The release of Political prisoners

Kenny Motsamai, Political Ex Prisoner & Dr Cathy Powell -Senior Lecturer, Department of Public Law, University of Cape Town, had a discussion about the release of political prisoners. They also spoke about the reasons why other political prisoners had not been released.

THE MONEY SHOW: Science of...

Stephen explains how the indemnity clause works.

THE MONEY SHOW: Africa Business Focus

Nigeria and Mozambique feature in this week's report. Also find out how the continent is responding to the US election results.

THE MONEY SHOW: Heroes and Zeros

Find out which car brand is this week's zero.

THE MONEY SHOW: Clarity on common law set-off

The regulator is seeking clarity on the common law set-off principle with an application to court.

THE MONEY SHOW: WEF 2017

Stephen reports back from Davos.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Wayne gave an update on the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: World Bank on SA economy

The World Bank released a report that reviews recent economic developments and assesses South Africa's near-term economic prospects.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Airbus plans flying cars

Linden says Airbus is planning an Uber version for the aviation industry.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Elections crisis in Gambia

JJ summarizes leadership and elections crisis in Gambia.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trump Globalization

Prof. Stremlau tries to explain how US president-elect Donald J Trump will change US' economic policies.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: WEF 2017

Stephen reports on the China's president, Xi Jinping's speech at the World Economic Forum.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Brexit Blueprint

Gavin analyses British Prime Ministers speech on exiting the European Union.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Local food prices declining

Christo discusses the impact of the recent rain falls on farming and food inflation.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Must Absa return R1bn loan?

Judge Dennis explains whether and how should Absa should return a billion rand loan back to the reserve bank.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Class action against Ford SA

Gia reports thats Ford Kuga victim's family plan to launch a class actions against Ford SA.

REDI TLHABI: Dr Schomer: the difference between ordinary and successful people

Resident Psychologist Dr Schomer spoke to Eusebius about the traits and characteristics that make people successful.

REDI TLHABI: is Baleka Mbete the right presidential candidate?

Eusebius, political analyst Prince Mashele and political analyst Karima Brown spoke about Baleka Mbete's political history and whether she is fit to hold office.

REDI TLHABI: s Baleka Mbete the right presidential candidate?

Eusebius, political analyst Prince Mashele, Political analyst Karima Brown spoke about Baleka Mbete's political history and whether she is fit to hold office.

REDI TLHABI: Why do people lie about their qualifications?

Eusebius had a chat with Director of the National Qualifications Framework @dept of Higher education Shirley Lloyd and Director of iFacts about why people feel the need to fake their qualifications.

REDI TLHABI: Why do people lie about their qualifications?

Eusebius, political analyst Prince Mashele, Political analyst Karima Brown spoke about Baleka Mbete's political history and whether she is fit to hold office.

REDI TLHABI: Why do people lie about their qualifications?

Eusebius had a chat with Director of the National Qualifications Framework @dept of Higher education Shirley Lloyd and Director of iFacts Jenny Reid about why people feel the need to fake their qualifications.

KIENO KAMMIES: Caller: How Elgin Chicken stays afloat given competition from imports?

We know RCL Foods are facing difficulties in the poultry industry, so we decide to hear from another chicken producer – Elgin Free-Range Chicken – on how they're coping despite the strict regulations for overseas chicken imports…

KIENO KAMMIES: Three South African billionaires wealth equal to lower half of the SA wealth

Equality is expected to be a huge focus at the forum following a report released by charity organisation Oxfam – suggesting that the eight wealthiest people in the world have the wealth of half the world. In South Africa - The wealth of three South African billionaires is equal to that of the bottom half of the country's population The report, entitled ‘An economy for the 99%', coincides with the upcoming 47th World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos. Using data from the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2016, Oxfam said that this inequality is more pronounced in South Africa as the richest 1% of the country's population have 42%, or $272bn (R3.7tr), of the total wealth of $650bn. The wealth of the richest 10% also accounted for 31% of total wealth, or $202bn (R2.8tr), according to Oxfam. The remaining 90% of the population only account for $175.5bn (R2.4tr) of the country's wealth.

KIENO KAMMIES: DTI on local chicken sector

Yesterday morning, we had a sobering conversation with the MD of RCL Foods, Scott Pitman on the news that the company formerly known as Rainbow Chicken will be closing 15 of their KZN farms and retrenching 1 350 workers from the end of this month. The news is worrying since Rainbow Chicken is one of South Africa's biggest chicken producers. In fact, during that conversation yesterday, Mr Pitman told us that despite the fact that their poultry has never had bird flu, they've not been able to export even one kilogram of chicken over the last ten years. So we wanted to know, what the DTI is doing to protect (and promote) the local chicken industry – especially with regard to the high rate of unemployment in SA… Additional information Pitman said European countries consumed mainly “white portions” (the breast), which they deemed to be the best cut. The “brown portions” (the thighs and drumsticks) were then sold off at cut price - finding their way to developing world markets such as South Africa, where they were sold cheaper than what was locally produced.

KIENO KAMMIES: Mayor announces changes

The Executive Mayor for the City of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille, yesterday announced her new mayoral committee – as well as the new “mini mayors” who will ensure that services are rolled out equally regardless of areas being richer or poorer. There was speculation that JP Smith would be on his way out, but this seems to have been averted, and that he will now head up the portfolio for Social Services and Safety. Additional info: The four “mini-mayors” are Suzette Little, Eddie Andrews, Anda Ntsdo, and Siya Mamkeli Transport and Urban Development Authority: Cllr Brett Herron Cllr Finance: Cllr Johan van der Merwe Cllr Van der Merwe Informal Settlements, Water and Waste Services; Energy: Cllr Xanthea Limberg Assets and Facilities Management: Cllr Stuart Diamond Social Services; and Safety and Security: Alderman JP Smith Ald. Corporate Services: Cllr Raelene Arendse

KIENO KAMMIES: Ford Kuga recall - consumer commission responds

Ford South Africa CEO Jeff Nemeth says that a voluntary safety recall for all Kuga's 1.6l vehicles has been issued and that the vehicles must be taken to a dealer as soon as possible. The safety recall is limited to vehicles manufactured between December 2012 and February 2014. In the most recent incident, a Kuga burst into flames on Saturday morning on the M1 highway. It was the second incident in just three days, after another Kuga caught fire on Thursday. The two incidents, which brings the number of Kugas that have caught alight to 46, have fuelled panic among owners, who fear for their safety. Despite these incidents, Ford South Africa has yet to issue a recall on the affected Kugas. We hear from the National Consumer Commission now for a response to the recall… Additional information More than four dozen Ford Kugas in South Africa have caught fire since last year. In December, Ford South Africa requested that all local Kuga owners take their vehicle in for a safety inspection. In December 2015, Reshall Jimmy died when his Kuga burst into flames. Since the passing of her brother, his sister Renisha has launched a campaign to raise awareness, to gather the victims and bring Ford to recall all cars and save lives. So far, they have found about 45 cases and the majority of those affected had agreed to bring a class-action lawsuit against Ford SA. She said they took about 30 of these cases to the Motor Industry Ombudsman. Here's what you need to know: 1. Cars affected All Ford Kuga 1.6 vehicles manufactured between 2012 and 2014 are being affected by the safety recall. Owners of affected vehicles are urged to contact their nearest Ford dealer. Customers can find out more by calling 0860-011-022. Any driver who observes any sign of overheating should immediately pull over as soon as it is safe and evacuate its passengers. Ford's Roadside Assistance service is available to help 24/7. The number is 0861-150-250 Ford SA said on Monday it would work with insurance companies and their customers to handle this issue. For cars that weren't insured - or owners who don't want them anymore - Nemeth has said it would deal with such cases individually.

KIENO KAMMIES: Ford Kuga recall - Ford SA responds

Ford South Africa CEO Jeff Nemeth says that a voluntary safety recall for all Kuga's 1.6l vehicles has been issued and that the vehicles must be taken to a dealer as soon as possible. The safety recall is limited to vehicles manufactured between December 2012 and February 2014. In the most recent incident, a Kuga burst into flames on Saturday morning on the M1 highway. It was the second incident in just three days, after another Kuga caught fire on Thursday. The two incidents, which brings the number of Kugas that have caught alight to 46, have fuelled panic among owners, who fear for their safety. Despite these incidents, Ford South Africa has yet to issue a recall on the affected Kugas. We hear from the National Consumer Commission now for a response to the recall… Additional information More than four dozen Ford Kugas in South Africa have caught fire since last year. In December, Ford South Africa requested that all local Kuga owners take their vehicle in for a safety inspection. In December 2015, Reshall Jimmy died when his Kuga burst into flames. Since the passing of her brother, his sister Renisha has launched a campaign to raise awareness, to gather the victims and bring Ford to recall all cars and save lives. So far, they have found about 45 cases and the majority of those affected had agreed to bring a class-action lawsuit against Ford SA. She said they took about 30 of these cases to the Motor Industry Ombudsman. Here's what you need to know: 1. Cars affected All Ford Kuga 1.6 vehicles manufactured between 2012 and 2014 are being affected by the safety recall. Owners of affected vehicles are urged to contact their nearest Ford dealer. Customers can find out more by calling 0860-011-022. Any driver who observes any sign of overheating should immediately pull over as soon as it is safe and evacuate its passengers. Ford's Roadside Assistance service is available to help 24/7. The number is 0861-150-250 Ford SA said on Monday it would work with insurance companies and their customers to handle this issue. For cars that weren't insured - or owners who don't want them anymore - Nemeth has said it would deal with such cases individually.

KIENO KAMMIES: What water is CoCT using to clean streets? Why is this method used?

On yesterday's show – the issue was once again raised by a listener, asking why City of Cape Town cleaners are using water to wash down certain streets in the CBD, irrespective of them possibly using recycled water (water from treatment facilities is normally classified as black water, not grey). A few listeners also then suggested it is to wash away the smell from unhygienic practices, whole others asked why sea water isn't used, since the stormwater outlets in the CBD all lead to the sea anyway. We promised to get someone on to speak about this - …

KIENO KAMMIES: Kurt Minnaar teaches his grade 8 students maths by rapping

Kurt Minnaar, 33, is using his dance moves and rap beats to help the grade 8 maths students at Eben Donges High School in Kraaifontein remember their multiplication tables. Kurt educator believes the traditional public education system is failing kids, when it should be looking at more creative and alternative teaching methods. The former hip hop dancer and choreographer is using his musical background to make math fun for children. He joins us in studio now to tell us all about this..

EARLY BREAKFAST: GROW financial stability this 2017

Relebogile on the Early Breakfast show this morning had a chat with Janice Korte, Egornomist with office furniture supplier FormFunc about the importance of investing in good office furniture and why not doing so could be harmful for your health. Janice says, As you get back to work in the new year, bear in mind the desk you're chained to. Sitting incorrectly can cause anything from back pain to constipation - and even affect your creativity.

EARLY BREAKFAST: How to take the strain out of your desk job

Relebogile on the Early Breakfast show this morning had a chat with Janice Korte, Egornomist with office furniture supplier FormFunc about the importance of investing in good office furniture and why not doing so could be harmful for your health. Janice says, As you get back to work in the new year, bear in mind the desk you're chained to. Sitting incorrectly can cause anything from back pain to constipation - and even affect your creativity.

EARLY BREAKFAST: What's trending on social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi Looked at some of the trends on social media. Trending on social Media: #FordKuga | #NationalConsumerCommission | #DateMyFamily | #LockDown

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays

Adrian talks about his views on money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Book

He reviews a new biography of Donald Trump called Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power, written by reporters Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher.

THE MONEY SHOW: Ford decides on Kuga

Ford explains the recall.

THE MONEY SHOW: Ford decides on Kuga

Ford issued a safety recall for Kuga 1.6.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday

Petri selected Telkom, Anglo American and African Rainbow Minerals.

THE MONEY SHOW: Truworths vs Ackerman

She talked about the battle for "THE LOOK" trademark.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Denzil gave an update for the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: 'Oxfarm is an OxScam'

Leon disagrees with Oxfam.

THE MONEY SHOW: Oxfam on equality

SA's rich-poor gap is far worse than feared, according to an Oxfam inequality report.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA beefing up on counter-terrorism mechanisms

Sumitra Naydoo speaks to Martin Ewi from the Institute for Security Studies about SA's efforts to counter possible terror attacks.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: City of Cape Town rakes in R33 million in water fines

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to Barry Wood from the City of Cape Town about how they will manage water restrictions after collecting R33 million in fines.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Moody's $864 million settlement

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to Thabi Leoka from Argon Asset Management about what the $864 million settlement pay means for the integrity of ratings agencies.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Oxfam releases inequality report

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about the details of the Oxfam inequality report coinciding with the WEF in Davos.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Vehicle recall expected ahead of Ford Kuga announcement

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about a possible vehicle recall ahead of a media briefing by Ford.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC succession debate puts Zuma and Ramphosa on opposing ends

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to political analyst, Ebrahim Fakir, about divergent statements by Jacob Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa regarding ANC succession.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Learners from 30 schools prevented from attending classes

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Pelani Phakgadi, about the details surrounding rebuilding Vuwani after schools were burned and vandalised in protests last year.

REDI TLHABI: Family Matters: the dangers of punitive/authoritarian parenting

Psychologist Jeremy Bayer spoke to Eusebius about the dangers of authoritarian parenting and how it effects the children

REDI TLHABI: Technobyt with Aki

Aki spoke to Eusebius about European government wants to set rules for robots, Facebook warning Germany about fake news before their elections and in 2040 auto insurance business could drop by 80%

REDI TLHABI: In conversation with Lumka Oliphant about her facebook post

Eusebius spoke to spokes to social development spokesperson Lumka Oliphant about her facebook rant

KIENO KAMMIES: Brics report: Brazil

1. Dozens are killed in prison gang warfare. 2. Brazilian president under fire after ordering a $400,000 food delivery 3. The ultimate tele novela or Brazilian Soapy: the Brazilian bombshell who had her ambassador husband killed.

KIENO KAMMIES: Home-schooling as a solution to the school shortage

Several school kids are being forced into home-schooling set-ups due to the shortage of spaces in South African schools. Kerry Hayes, production manager at E-classroom, an online portal for educational material says she has seen a remarkable growth in the amount of parents using the platform and choosing home-schooling as an option. Many are being forced into home-schooling while they wait for the child to be placed, or cannot afford a school with “decent education”. E-classroom users increased from 235 000 in January 2016 to 600 000=/- currently using the portal. Kerry Hayes joins us on the line now…

KIENO KAMMIES: SA govt is failing disabled children according to Human Rights Watch report

According to the Human Rights Watch report - South Africa's government is failing to provide education for children with disabilities. Contrary to the government's international and domestic obligations, many disabled children still do not have equal access to primary or secondary education and face multiple forms of discrimination and barriers when trying to get into schools, Human Rights Watch said. According to News24, The schooling referral system needlessly forces children to wait for up to four years at care centres or at home for placement in a special school. Elin Martinez joins us on the line from the early hours in the UK, Elin is a Researcher in the children's rights division at Human Rights Watch.

KIENO KAMMIES: Rainbow chicken to close farms

One of South Africa's biggest chicken producers is selling 15 of its 25 farms in Hammarsdale to stay afloat after fighting years of dumping by importers. Because of the cutbacks Rainbow Chicken, renamed RCL Foods, is retrenching 1350 workers from the end of the month. This week, Scott Pitman, managing director of RCL Foods, said he no longer knew what to do to save jobs. “Letting 1 350 people go at the end of the month will be the saddest day in my career. How do you get rid of people who have given you loyal service, some as long as 40 years?” he asked. Scott joins us on the line now to chat about the future of Rainbow Chicken in South Africa…

KIENO KAMMIES: Hawks on high alert as 2 ‘terrorists’ prevented from entering SA

The Sunday Times reported that Two suspected terrorists have been prevented from entering South Africa in separate incidents recently. According to the Hawks - In the first incident, a suspected extremist, travelling on a United States passport, via Turkey, was stopped at OR Tambo on December 16. "He was already flagged by Interpol," said Hawks spokesman Hangwani Mulaudzi told the Sunday Times on Sunday. In the second incident, which also took place last month, an Iraqi man tried to fly out of Turkey to South Africa but was refused passage by Turkish authorities. He was subsequently arrested. According to News24 - The Sunday Times reported that the Iraqi man was working for the Islamic State and was a bomb maker.

KIENO KAMMIES: Hawks on high alert as 2 ‘terrorists’ prevented from entering SA - TRAC responds

The Sunday Times reported that Two suspected terrorists have been prevented from entering South Africa in separate incidents recently. According to the Hawks - In the first incident, a suspected extremist, travelling on a United States passport, via Turkey, was stopped at OR Tambo on December 16. "He was already flagged by Interpol," said Hawks spokesman Hangwani Mulaudzi told the Sunday Times on Sunday. In the second incident, which also took place last month, an Iraqi man tried to fly out of Turkey to South Africa but was refused passage by Turkish authorities. He was subsequently arrested. According to News24 - The Sunday Times reported that the Iraqi man was working for the Islamic State and was a bomb maker.

KIENO KAMMIES: West Coast patient with Congo fever hospitalised

Dr Engelbrecht told us about a West Coast patient who was hospitalized with Congo fever before Christmas. Thankfully the man is on the mend but his diagnosis resulted in the WCDoH needing to reach over 100 people who had been contact with him...

KIENO KAMMIES: Baby left unharmed in a 3car pileup - due to car seat

A three car pileup on the R304 on Sunday afternoon resulted in six injured and the three cars completely written off. The seventh passenger in one of the cars, a 12-month old baby was the only of the seven to escape the incident with not even a scratch. This is all due to the fact that she was strapped into her car seat. Hermien Swanepoel, Superintendent at Stellenbosch traffic department and witness to the scene joins us on air now….

KIENO KAMMIES: Matriculant overcomes cancer to win at life

For Miche grade 5 was a very different experience from what the normal school child goes through at that age. She was diagnosed with bone cancer and had a tumour removed from her right leg and a metal prosthesis inserted into her femur. She also suffered kidney damage. To add to this in Grade 10, doctors found cancer in her lungs, and she had a lower lobe removed. Miche spent up to 9 months in hospital but she always kept her school books close to her as she progressed to matric in 2016. When matric results were released earlier this year Miche had passed matric with 2 A's and she has been accepted to the University of the Western Cape where she will study social work. Miche joins us on the line now…

EARLY BREAKFAST: An NGO dedicated to developing South African unsigned and independent artists to export and showcase their music at international events

Gushwell had a chat with Renneth Tshisikule, Director at Independent Music Exporters South Africa (IMEXSA) about the work they do in developing South African unsigned and independent artists to export and showcase their music at international events. With over 6 years' experience in bringing SA talent to various markets across the globe, IMEXSA continues to play a major role in ensuring that independent artists from South Africa get the export exposure and also international markets penetration that they so direly need.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Taking a look at what’s in the Star & Pretoria Newspaper today

Kevin Ritchie of the Star & Pretoria news looked at some of the stories making headlines. -ANC Race Heats UP – Gwede, Zweli & Cyril enter the Fray -Thandi Klaasen “a role model to many” -Rain, Rain, Come again – People again urged to use water sparingly as drought is by no means over -Agreement Sealed to target Joburg's criminals

EARLY BREAKFAST: #OperationRehab aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa

Gushwell was joined in studio by Dharmesh Nagar - Strategy Director at Media Revolution about #OperationRehab which aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa. #OperationRehab aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa by offering free or heavily subsidised medical treatment, rehabilitation, education and skills development to thousands of disabled Africans over the next few years, starting in South Africa. #OperationRehab is modelled on the stellar work of the Disable Welfare Trust of India in India's Gujarat State. For more info visit: www.mediarevolution.co.za/

EARLY BREAKFAST: #OperationRehab aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa

Gushwell was joined in studio by Dharmesh Nagar - Strategy Director at Media Revolution about #OperationRehab which aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa. #OperationRehab aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa by offering free or heavily subsidised medical treatment, rehabilitation, education and skills development to thousands of disabled Africans over the next few years, starting in South Africa. #OperationRehab is modelled on the stellar work of the Disable Welfare Trust of India in India Gujarat State.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on twitter. He also shared the results of the morning Poll. Trending Topics:#ThandiKlaasen | #ReleaseShiraazMohamed EarlyBreakfast Poll -Do you think the world would be a better place if the work week started on a Tuesday as oppose to a Monday? Results: 149 votes | 48% voted Yes| 52 % voted No

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Fire update with VWS fires

Braam Malherbe told us that the #SignalHillFire is under control & contained into a burn zone"

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Has #Islamphobia increased in the Cape?

This week the Muslim Judicial Council had to file a case with the police and the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) as two Mosques have been targeted in the last week. Mosques in Simon's Town and Kalk Bay had both experienced some taunting incidents of alarmingly islamophobia. A pigs snout was left at the entrance gate of a mosque in Simon's Town last week Saturday and. This past Monday Pig's blood was sprayed over the walls of the Kalk Bay Muslim center of worship. The Western Cape government has since commented that they two events are linked. The main question we want to ask in about this is – Is there an increase in islamophobia in the Cape? The Pig problem Pigs are an animal considered ritually unclean in Islam and believers are prohibited from consuming them. It is for this reason that these incidents amount to more than just acts of vandalism and de-facing a building. There is a reason behind the specific use of the pig and it is concerning that these attacks are occurring. “While the attacks may be isolated in nature, they indicated a failure of some segments of post-apartheid South Africa to fully integrate.” - Farid Sayed, the editor of Muslim Views. Muslims make up nearly 1.5 percent South Africa's 55-million population and hold prominent positions in politics, academia, and trade.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Has #Islamphobia increased in the Cape?

This week the Muslim Judicial Council had to file a case with the police and the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) as two Mosques have been targeted in the last week. Mosques in Simon's Town and Kalk Bay had both experienced some taunting incidents of alarmingly islamophobia. A pigs snout was left at the entrance gate of a mosque in Simon's Town last week Saturday and. This past Monday Pig's blood was sprayed over the walls of the Kalk Bay Muslim center of worship. The Western Cape government has since commented that they two events are linked. The main question we want to ask in about this is – Is there an increase in islamophobia in the Cape? The Pig problem Pigs are an animal considered ritually unclean in Islam and believers are prohibited from consuming them. It is for this reason that these incidents amount to more than just acts of vandalism and de-facing a building. There is a reason behind the specific use of the pig and it is concerning that these attacks are occurring. “While the attacks may be isolated in nature, they indicated a failure of some segments of post-apartheid South Africa to fully integrate.” - Farid Sayed, the editor of Muslim Views. Muslims make up nearly 1.5 percent South Africa's 55-million population and hold prominent positions in politics, academia, and trade.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Transport - Why do we have the highest death toll on South Africa’s roads

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters has released the festive season road death statistics for 2016. Peters says a total of 1,714 fatalities were recorded in this festive period, which is a 5% increase on the previous period. By mid-December Peters says her department had already recorded more than 800 fatalities on the country's roads since the beginning of the festive season. In this, the minister says the overwhelming majority of fatal crashes were as a result of a single motor vehicle overturning and head on-collisions. The early December 2016 figures were a staggering 17% increase in road crashes compared to the same period in 2015.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: 2017 plans for South Africa Film Industry

Although 2016 was a tough year in other fields it seems to have been good a year for the film industry in South Africa. The National Film and Video Foundation is a statutory body mandated by an Act of Parliament to grow and develop the film and video industry of South Africa. We have Per Kwele on the line to tell us more about what the foundation does and the plans for 2017.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Africa Report – The role and Functions of Chairperson of the African Union

The AU is due to elect its next chairperson to succeed Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma. This woman or man will lead the AU Commission and guide the continent for the next four years, or possibly even eight. They will be in charge of realising Africa's Agenda 2063 and implementing all current programmes, including overseeing the African peace and security architecture, the African governance architecture, and ensuring the AU is adequately financed. It's a hugely important post and Africans should care who fills it. Five years ago, the AU spelled out five criteria for choosing the candidate: education; experience; leadership; achievement; and vision and strategy.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Lead SA feature – 67 Kidz to School

Four SACS students decided to give back by sponsoring grade 1 learners from Masiphumelele. Adam and SACS team-mates, Nishen Naidoo (Deputy Head-boy), Stuart MacDonald, and Fabrice are repeating the project this year to equip another 67 Grade 1's in Masiphumelele to go to school with a full starter pack. They calculated that it would cost R470 to kit out each child with an expanded school starter kit of full uniform, school bag and stationery. The four pupils believe that Mandela Day, which encourages people all over the world to contribute 67 minutes of their time by contributing to needy communities, should not only happen on one day, but throughout the year.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Many face language barrier to exam success’

Pupils forced to write their matric exams in languages other than their mother tongue are put at a distinct disadvantage, leading to lower scores on their papers, according to UWC's linguistics department head. Professor Bassey Antia said the Department of Basic Education (DBE) should invest in more teachers, moderators and invigilators who speak African languages in order to administer examinations across more diverse languages than just English and Afrikaans. “In classrooms, learners are often taught in more than one language. It is therefore somewhat unnatural for such learners to be tested in only one of these languages, especially when it is the weaker of their languages,” he said. “Speakers of African languages, in particular, score the lowest since their languages are not used in examining content subjects. “The language of the exam paper itself should not be a challenge; the content of the paper should. “When results are released everybody says the performance is dismal and the language question tends to be dismissed. “I say we should look at it differently, because the environments are multilingual and learners acquire knowledge across languages. However, when it comes to assessment, learners are tested in one language, the official language.”

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: News story – SABC Parliamentary inquiry

Former SABC board chairperson Dr Ben Ngubane has told Parliament that former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's report on the public broadcaster was based on information from people aligned to certain factions. Ngubane testified earlier on Friday, insisting that he'd helped save the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) from the mess he found it in when he was appointed in late 2009. His successor, Ellen Tshabalala, also claimed that parts of the report were untrue. However, the SABC never went to court to challenge Thuli Madonsela's report. Ngubane and Tshabalala were the last two witnesses to be called by Parliament's inquiry into the SABC board. Work will now begin on compiling the inquiry's report.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: Health Feature: Undoing the damage we did to our bodies during festive

Christmas festivities are over, the lights and decorations have been stored away, the houseguests have gone, and your life seems to be getting back to normal. Except for one thing, that is: you notice a little extra thickness around your waist, your hips, thighs, arms, well, let's face it– everywhere! Your clothes are uncomfortable and you have an unwelcome extra bulge. It's that Christmas weight gain that comes from indulging in one too many of your mother's butter tart squares, not to mention all those fat laden dips your aunt served up, those extra scoops of gravy, and all those boxes of gooey chocolates that are so abundant during the Christmas season. Avoid starchy, processed foods and sugar such as bread, pasta and cake etc which can leave you bloated and try to eliminate any sugary snacks and drinks. Make healthy swaps with fresh water and a slice of fresh lemon - this will help create a healthy gut environment for more efficient digestion to help flush out the festive toxins. Good multi vitamin and fish oils will definitely help with the nutrition balance and get you looking radiant and feeling amazing again.

WEEKEND BREAKFAST WITH AFRICA MELANE: OUTDOOR Active Feature- A New Step

A New Step Fun Run/Walk is a 5-km race that is suitable for all ages and all fitness levels. The race hopes to raise money for a set of prosthetic legs. While the charity is currently only raising money for one very worthy individual, their ultimate goal is to be able to fund and provide prosthetics for children from underprivileged areas. The name of the recipient can be found on their website (Anewstep.co.za) along with his story, and a touching glimpse into life without legs. We cannot emphasise enough that being able to walk is something that we take for granted every day. Some people, through no fault of their own, are unable to stand up on their own two feet and move on with their daily to-dos. The recipient of these prosthetic legs couldn't be a more deserving person, and every little bit you donate will bring him closer to a new pair of prosthetic legs. If you cannot make the event, you can donate to the cause online via their website. Raising awareness about the lack of access to prosthetic limbs is a topic that deserves national recognition, and this event is just step one.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: The Political Week that was: 14 Jan 2016

• ANC Succession battle Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has been backed as the ANC's candidate for the next president of the party. The Young Communist League have thrown their weight behind the Deputy President. This has raised concerns about the “traditions” and policies of the ANC. Secretary-general Gwede Mantashe has described these discussions as pre-mature but he has admitted that announcements of support within the alliance make it more difficult to quell the discussion. At the same time the ANCWL has also thrown its weight behind African Union chair Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma. The league has argued that the party is now ready and possibly in need of a woman president.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Turning prison time into story time

Bwire books are a series of books which were written by Israel Kulinga. He wrote these books as a prisoner in Poolsmore. He has published include The Secret of the Healing Code, which touches on his life in prison; Lisa and Terry, which aims to motivate and encourage youngsters about life; and Nema, a love story of a woman who has experienced hardships. The Bwire books have been translated into languages: Hebrew, Arabic, Xhosa, Afrikaans, Chichewa, Lozi, Dutch, French, Swahili, Norwegian and English – the original is property of Israel Kulinga. Kulinga was released from prison in June and, despite being unemployed, he intends to write more books. http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/ex-con-pens-tell-all-books-7332573 - How did you land up in prison? - What about being in prison, allowed you to turn things around and find a new purpose? - How have you delt with the pressures of being a writer in South Africa – I would not imagine it is one of the most lucrative lines of work. - Let's talk about the books themselves, you are having a launch on the 4th of February. How has the experience changed you and broadened you views of life. What motivates you to carry on going?

TALK AT NINE WITH AUBREY MASANGO: South African Doing great things with Farai Mubaiwa

Farai Mubaiwa for South Africans doing great things, she was one of the 3 S. Africans to receive the 2017 Queen's Young Leaders Award, we find out more about this young activist.

TALK AT NINE WITH JOHN WEBB: The ban of burka and niqab

Khadija Bawa and Prof Bonita Meyersfeld, discussed how women feel about the ban of burka and niqab, spoke about whether they think that Islamophobia is targeting women.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce plays the brutal biz quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

David analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Zapiro partners with Nando's

Zapiro discusses his new partnership with Nando's and the Daily Maverick.

THE MONEY SHOW: President Zuma not going to WEF

Martyn discusses the significance of deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa leading an SA delegation to the World Economic Forum instead of President Zuma.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Hashim Alma does 100 on 100

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Mark Lewis, about Hashin Amla's 100th century on his 100th test match.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ex-MI6 spy named in Trump dossier

Ray White speaks to UK correspondent, Gavin Grey, about the ex-MI6 agent named in the Trump dossier on Russia hacking.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Hooters introduces angel shots to protect women clients

Ray White speaks to Hooters waitress about how introducing angel shots has affected customer experience positively.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Hooters introduces angel shots to protect women clients

Ray White speaks to Hooters SA marketing manager, Roger Mason, about introducing angel shots to protect female clients from dangerous situations while on their premises.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ford Kuga PR lesson

Ray White speaks to CEO of Ditshego Media, Tebogo Ditshego, about how the burning Ford Kuga vehicles have strained client relations.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Miners at Harmony Gold stage an underground sit-in

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about the Harmony Gold miners' demand to have their bonuses paid.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: President Zuma hints at Dlamini-Zuma taking ANC reigns

Ray White speaks to political analyst, Dr Sethulego Matebesi, about the talk of Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma taking the reigns at the ANC.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mcebo Dlamini judgement laid down

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Masa Kekana, about the South Gauteng High Court judgement on #FeesMustfall leader Mcebo Dlamini.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Parliamentary inquiry into SABC affairs

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about developments of the SABC inquiry by Parliament as it resumed on Friday.

REDI TLHABI: Talking Sex with Dr Eve: South Africa’s love for porn

Eusebius and resident sexologist Dr Eve spoke about the new Pornhub study that shows that South Africa has the 20th highest number of viewers in the world.

REDI TLHABI: Talking Sex with Dr Eve: South Africa’s love for porn

Eusebius and resident sexologist Dr Eve spoke about the new Pornhub study that shows that South Africa has the 20th highest number of viewers in the world.

REDI TLHABI: ABSA is told to Payback the apartheid money:

Eusebius spoke to Mail and Guardian reporter Athandiwe Saba about the article that speaks about the fact that ABSA may be forced to pay an apartheid-era bailout.

REDI TLHABI: The Naked Scientist

The Naked scientist spoke to Eusebius about the world's smallest and thinnest Knot, Eusebius then opened the line for the listeners to ask Science related questions.

KIENO KAMMIES: Water restrictions, water saving and water wastage 101

Over and over again we've been strongly urged to use water responsibly because we're under a policy of level three water restrictions. Many of us have implemented water saving measures – whether that is through installing pool covers or using grey water – but our efforts appear to be for nought as our overall water consumption is still way too high. (Are we at the point where we need to accept the fact that our pools will dry up and we won't be able to have gardens anymore?) Above and beyond that, there's also water leaks and burst pipes that further put pressure on our water supply. Yesterday Paul from Noordhoek called in on that very issue – here's an extract of that conversation … PLAY CLIP So this morning we'll get a response from the City into water restrictions, water savings and water wastage.

KIENO KAMMIES: The Business Week that Was

1. Eskom's hands tied by politics in its efforts to get municipalities to pay up. ...it's owed another R10bn in Soweto alone. 2. Credit ratings downgrades not gone yet. ...Standard& Poor's correctly points out that municipalities and state owned companies are still a threat.... 3. Twelve years ago it was ANC tradition for the deputy president to ascend to the presidency. ..Twelve years later it's not ANC tradition. ..but the Zuma family will not object if Nkosazana Dlamini makes a bid for the presidency

KIENO KAMMIES: OVERBERG MAKING STRIDES IN ROAD SAFETY

I think we were all left reeling after hearing that we are losing the war on reducing road deaths, especially over the festive season. During the festive season there were five percent more deaths on our roads than last year. Sadly 1714 people died on our highways and roads during that period. And it seems national government is singing the same tune when it comes to reducing road deaths. The minister of Transport is once again talking about harsher penalties for drunk drivers, making it a schedule five offence, on par with murder and rape. But it seems there is some light at the end of a gloomy tunnel. In the Overberg, authorities say they are slowly but surely making a difference in the fight against the senseless loss of life. We are now joined by Hector Elliott, the Strategic Coordinator of Safely Home…

KIENO KAMMIES: FORD KUGA LATEST: A second vehicle has burst into flames

Yesterday we spoke to Dr David Klatzow about his investigation into the death of a motorist in December 2015 after his Ford Kuga burst into flames. Now there is news of a second Ford Kuga bursting into flames. This time the vehicle caught alight on the N12 in Alberton. According to reports the driver noticed smoke coming from the engine while on his way to work yesterday (Thursday) and headed straight to a Ford dealership. He didn't make it that far and had to pull over when the smoke became too overwhelming. The driver was unharmed. Meanwhile Ford says they are still investigating and have no intention of recalling that specific model. They have however urged Kuga drivers to book their vehicles in for a free maintenance check. Meanwhile the National Consumer Commission says that following a meeting with Ford SA in December the company undertook to conduct safety inspections on all Kuga utility vehicles that have been sold in the country. The company has also undertaken to work closer with the NCC to bolster its recall protocols. We are now joined Trevor Hattingh of the National Consumer Commission.

KIENO KAMMIES: The life of Hamilton Naki

The City of Cape Town is planning on honouring Hamilton Naki by renaming Salazaar Plain‚ a small street next to the newly built Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital‚ after him. Naki was the medical assistant of Dr. Christian Barnaard who performed the world's first heart transplant at Groote Schuur Hospital in 1967. Yet not much has been told about the work and life of Naki. So for those of you who are not aware, Hamilto Naki was a healthcare scientist from Langa who was denied the opportunity for formal medical training due to the discriminating policies of the then apartheid government. He was later awarded an honorary degree in medicine in 1991, after being Barnard's assistant.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Entertainment news that made headlines this week

Early Breakfast's Regular Entertainment contributor Kay Selisho shared a few of the entertainment stories that made headlines this week. Entertainment news that made headlines this week: 1.The First Look at Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson Is Seriously WTF 2.Jamie Foxx attacked at a restaurant 3.There was a DVD of Sfiso Ncwane's funeral doing the rounds 4.Tennis pro, Serena Williams is reportedly engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer of the Early Breakfast show shared some of the trends that people are talking about on Twitter Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #FridayThe13th | #Phahlane| #SAPSFestive #LumkaOliphant EarlyBreakfast Poll Today is #FridayThe13th. Do you really believe that Friday the 13th is day of bad luck? Results: 143 votes | 11% voted Yes| 89 % voted No

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus - Planning

How do you and should you even bother to set goals in an ever changing world of business. Many of us a ‘smarting' and bruised from 2016 where the rate of change and ongoing uncertainty felt like it unfolded all our efforts on an ongoing basis. Pavlo talks about how people can, through planning and effective goal setting, avoid a repeat of last year's experiences in growing our businesses in 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance

Warren gives personal finance advise to listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money Show FAQs - How can i buy S&P 500?

Simon tells listeners how they can invest in US markets.

THE MONEY SHOW: Victims of FNB robberies embark on own investigation

Kelly discusses steps taken by FNB robberies' victims against what they call negligence.

KIENO KAMMIES:

Carmién Tea's story started in 1998 in an old farm shop near the small town of Citrusdaland and today the popular tea company produces a wide variety of teas you and I love. From flavoured blended teas, flower teas, loose leaf, green tea and now also a kid's/baby tea range. Phialene van der Merwe joins us on the line for our Quintessential Cape Town feature.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graeme analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graeme analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Electricity crisis hit Astral Foods

Chris talks about how power issues at the Lekwa Local Municipality could be "a catastrophe" for Astral's largest feed milling and poultry processing operations.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trump news briefing on Wednesday

Ray White speaks to US foreign policy expert, Brooks Spector, about how Donald Trump's news briefing unfolded on Wednesday.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Another Ford Kuga burns

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about another Ford Kuga vehicle going up in flames in Johannesburg.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gauteng residents urged to remain prudent with water use

Ray White speaks to spokesperson for the department of water and sanitation, Sputnik Ratau, about the need for dam levels to reach 70%.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Possible downgrade from S&P for SA

Ray White speaks to financial adviser at Galileo Capital, Warren Ingram, about a possible downgrade for SA this year.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANCWL comments on SAA merger

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about ANC Women's League comments on their thoughts on the SAA merger.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gwede Mantashe's comments on ANC succession

Ray White speaks to political analyst, Professor Sipho Seepe, about the nature of competition within the ANC in the battle for succession.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Blade Nzimande brief on SA university readiness for 2017 academic year

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the briefing sharing details on the country's university readiness for the 2017 academic year.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Parents warned against gathering at schools

Ray White speaks to Gauteng education spokesperson, Oupa Bodibe, about how parents should approach the process of placement at schools.

REDI TLHABI: SA economic outlook for 2017

Eusebius spoke to Co-owner of Nascence Advisory Xhati Payi about slow South African economy growth and what causes it.

KIENO KAMMIES: Creating goal-orientated learners: A creative approach to learning

Sun Valley primary has gone from strength to strength and this year, they are working on something new and they call it Grit learning. What does this mean? Well Principal Keller is on the line to let you know.

KIENO KAMMIES: Fire insurance in the wake of the devastating Cape fires

Insurer Santam estimates that the total claims up until a few days ago had hit the R20 million mark. By January 5, the company had registered 27 claims for damage to residential and commercial property. We are now joined by Santam's Donald Kau

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ford Kuga Fires: Cover up suspected

According to reports over the weekend, two more Ford Kugas have caught fire in the past week. And while the company is not giving away any information or taking responsibility, Dr David Klatzow, Independent Forensic consultant, smells a rat. Klatzow is investigating an incident where Reshall Jimmy burnt to death after his Ford Kuga caught fire. The respected doctor says the motor company has known about the defects for some time. Already 40 of these vehicles have caught alight.

KIENO KAMMIES: How Much does it cost to raise a child?

Sydney Sekese, a financial planner at the financial planning institute of South Africa, explains some of the costs he found to be involved in raising a child. An estimate of R90 000 per year was suggested by him. He joins us on the line to explain some of these figures.

EARLY BREAKFAST: New Year, new career? Five steps to success

The start of a New Year brings with it fresh beginnings, making it one of the most popular times of the year to look for a new job. With school leavers, recent graduates and people who have made a career change their New Year's resolution job-hunting, recruiters are always kept busy during January. Heidi Duvenage, Head of Sage Talent Solutions shared a few ways that you can stand out if you're looking for a new career

EARLY BREAKFAST:

Activate Men ZA is of the view that South Africa is in dire need of good young men and women who consistently seek to build the nation by dismantling the stereotypes built around young men and women. Project Co-Ordinator, Themba Mzima told Relebogile more about Activate Men ZA and the ‘A Business Men Forum that they will be launching in February

EARLY BREAKFAST: Rooibos Tea Could Mitigate Negative Effects of Heavy Boozing Over The Holidays

After consuming copious amounts of alcohol during the festive season, it might do the majority of the population good, if South Africans resolve to follow the recent trend in the UK, where an increasing number of Brits have swapped booze for healthier beverage options, such as tea, for an entire month. This is known as ‘Dry January' Relebogile Spoke to Director of the SA Rooibos Council Ernest du Toit to find out why Rooibos tea is a good replacement for booze this January

EARLY BREAKFAST: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer shared some of the trending stories on social media with Relebogile. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #PapaPennyAhee| #BackToSchool | # #WhenGodSeasonedMyLife

KIENO KAMMIES: Drunk driving to be reclassified as a schedule five offence

WITH more than 1 700 deaths recorded on South African roads over the 2016/17 festive season, the country has failed to reduce the road death toll at this time of year. The 1714 lives lost is five percent higher than the previous year's death toll. So clearly something needs to be done to stop this senseless loss of life that plunges so many South Africans into mourning at a time of year when we should be celebrating life. Our Transport Minister, Dipuo Peters thinks the answer might be to reclassify drunk driving as a serious Schedule five offence on par with crimes like murder, attempted murder and rape. We are now joined by the minister…

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Obama delivers moving farewell speech

Stephen Grootes speaks to former US diplomat, Millard Arnold, about the end of an era with Barack Obama's farewell speech.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Decolonisation school at UNISA

Stephen Grootes speaks to Professor Puleng Segalo about the decolonisation school commencing at UNISA.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Minister Dipuo Peters ups the ante against drunk driving offenders

Stephen Grootes speaks to spokesperson for the Department of Transport, Ishmail Mnisi, about plans to re-classify drunk driving as a schedule 5 offence.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ashburton Investments on DAVOS

Stephen Grootes talks to Mark Appleton from Ashburton Investments about all things relating to World Economic Forum's Davos meeting.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Rescue team fights Paarl fires

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Natalie Malgas, about the fires which have ravaged parts of Paarl.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Durban churches object to Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill

Stephen Grootes speaks to Pastor Lazarus Pillay about the Durban churches that are objecting to the Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MEC Panyaza Lesufi goes to court over language policy

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the court interdict from a school refusing to admit more pupils.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: 40 000 pupils without schools in Gauteng

Stephen Grootes speaks to Gauteng education department spokesperson, Oupa Bodipe, about progress regarding placing pupils without schools as yet.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Angie Motshekga and Cyril Ramaphosa visit Parys school

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about Cyril Ramaphosa and Angie Motshekga's visit to a Parys school as the 2017 academic year begins.

REDI TLHABI: Entrepreneurs Corner: How to rescue your Small Business

Eusebius and Executive Business coach / Motivational Speaker Dawn Klatzko discussed ways on how entrepreneurs could save their failing small business, Eusebius then opened the line of the entrepreneurs to call in and get advice from Dawn on how to save their business.

REDI TLHABI: how to have productive disagreements in public discourse

Eusebius had a discussion with Lectures critical of thinkingðics in the School of Management Studies, Jaques Rousseau about how you can have a proactive discussion in public without insulting the person you speaking to.

TALK AT NINE WITH AUBREY MASANGO: The Africa Report

1. Gambia's Supreme Court says it is unable to hear President Yahya Jammeh's petition seeking to annul last month's election until May 2. U.N. chief urges the Security Council to act more to prevent war amidst ongoing war 3. World Food Programme launches innovative cash assistance programme in Darfur

KIENO KAMMIES: Attacks on Cape Town Mosques