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Drivetime
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The Drivetime Show is hosted by Shafiq Morton and has a national and international flavour. During the show the interviews will focus on issues making news nationally, be it the enquiry into the Arms Deal to the current famine in the Horn of Africa. The after five interview on Drivetime, will usually be the analysis slot where the biggest story of the day or week is analyzed. During this show listener participation is encourage via the station’s sms facility.
 
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Ari David Show
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The Ari David Show - Where a conservative fighting the culture war is heard
 
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Farrakhan Speaks
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The Voice of the Cape — Doctors Without Borders in collaboration with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have started enrolling patients in Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) of four of the Ebola- treatments in the affected areas. The objective is to identify the most effective of the four products to treat Ebola. On line is Doctors Without ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The DA has taken president Cyril Ramaphosa to the Constitutional Court to seek records and reasons for the executives decisions, including cabinet reshuffle. In May 2017, former president Jacob Zuma made a controversial reshuffle in which finance minister Pravin Ghodan was fired. On line is Constitutional Law Expert Prof ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — This month, Iran is celebrating 40 years of the Iranian Revolution of the successful establishment of the Islamic Republic. The return of Ayatollah Ruholla Khomeini to Iran of February 1, 1979, marked a turning point in Iranian history. Millions of followers turned out in Tehran to greet Khomeini as he arrived form exile ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — We are back with our Weekly Africa Report and today we focus on the just ended Africa Union Summit in Ethiopia. The Union has in the past promised African solutions to African problems, but has the organisation been successful? Nigeria goes to the polls on Saturday but analysts warn the election might be one of the blood ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Its been more than 100 days since Jamal Khashoggi's murder took place, and so far his body has not been found. From the outset, Turkey pushed hard to reveal those responsible. Although Khashoggi will go down in history as a symbol of personal dignity and sacrifice, the pressure is already dwindling. So has the Khashoggi ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — We continue with our Weekly World Economic Report with Dr Jason Musyoka.
 
The Voice of the Cape — The United States has presented a draft resolution at the United Nations Security Council calling for international aid deliveries and presidential vote in Venezuela, triggering Russian counter proposal. No date has yet been set for the vote. President Nicholas Maduro has rejected any US aid to the country, saying it is ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — As South Africa goes to the polls this year, the country's energy future is becoming a significant subject of contestation. This is because the public is now more aware the crisis at the Eskom and the economic impact this threatens to have on the country. That is according to Professor of Physics at University of Johanne ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The family of Imam Abdullah Haron will ask the National Prosecution Authority to reopen an inquest into his death. The announcement was made at a special press conference by the family today. On line is Imam Haroon's daughter Fatima Haroon Masoet
 
The Voice of the Cape — We are back with our Media Hit Parade with Tonya Khoury and again we look at the biggest stories of the week.
 
The Voice of the Cape — Home Affairs Minister chats to Shafiq Morton ahead of President Cyril Ramaphosa's SONA 2019 at Parliament.
 
The Voice of the Cape — DA national spokesperson Solly Malatsi speaks to Shafiq Morton ahead of SONA 2019
 
The Voice of the Cape — Today on Africa Weekly Report, we look at Malawi's new political alliance between current Vice president Saulos Chilima and former president Joyce Banda. Malawi will go the polls on May 21 in a vote aimed at removing president Peter Mutharika. Elsewhere , presidential campaigns in Nigeria is gaining momentum with preside ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The Hawks have arrested six suspects on allegations of corruption and fraud. Former Bosasa employee Angelo Agrizzi and Correction Services Commissioner Linda Mti are among those arrested. On line is Director at Accountability Now Paul Hoffman.
 
The Voice of the Cape — The UN brokered ceasefire in Yemen has stalled due to the contested port of Hodeidah. The UN is overseeing the implementation of the ceasefire and trrop withdrawal in Hodeidah, the main entry point of most of Yemen's imports. For more is Sanaa based journalist Nasser Arrabyee
 
The Voice of the Cape — In today's Weekly World Economic Report we focus on the continuing economic crisis in Venezuela under the US sanctions. Meanwhile the US and China have continued talks aimed at finding a solution to a trade war. In Africa, Nigeria is set to become Africa's biggest maize producer. On the local front, the entire board of t ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The Department of International Relations and Corporation (DIRCO) says it will issue a demarche to the UK, US , Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland. The five countries have written to president Cyril Ramaphosa directly over the issue of corruption in the country, a move seen as a departure to diplomatic norms. On line i ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has launched its election manifesto for the 2019 general elections. Among the prominent features is land and jobs. The party says job creation and growth will be driven through state led industrialisation. For more, we are joined by Independent political analyst Khaya Sithole.…
 
The Voice of the Cape — We are back with our Media Hit Parade segment where we explore the hardest stories that are hitting the numbers. On line is Acumen Media co-founder Tonya Khoury.
 
The Voice of the Cape — President Cyril Ramaphosa early this week met with the Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to discuss the controversial Bosasa donation to his election campaign. The president is alleged to have misled parliament when he said the payment was overboard. Forensic Expert Paul O'Sullivan is acting for Andila Ramaphosa, the p ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The South African Human Rights Commission( SAHRC)is taking former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi to the Equality court. Agrizzi, who's recorded audio was played at the Zondo, also confessed to being a racist. On line is SAHRC spokesperson Gushwell Brooks
 
The Voice of the Cape — The South African government has thrown its support behind the Vezenuelan government of Nicolus Maduro. According to International Relations Minister Lindiwe Sisulu, SA's position is to support the democratically elected leadership. But the Free Market Foundation says the support tramples on the Constitution. On line is ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — There has been some intense debate in social media circles about a proposed conference being organised by South African Black Muslims with attendance only by South African Black Muslims. From what we understand, the conference aims to establish a black Muslim think tank from various backgrounds to discuss the growth and ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — We are back with our Weekly Africa Report and we refocus on events in Zimbabwe. Lawyers have marched to the Constitutional court to demand independent judiciary to try over 1000 people detained for anti-government protests. In the DRC, three militia leaders, including the an linked to the killing of 39 police officers su ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Over the weekend, South Africa expressed concern at attempts to enact unconstitutional changes to the government of Venezuela. Media reports emerged at the weekend stating that several European powers have warned Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro that he must call elections within eight days or they will officially rec ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The court case of murdered anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol resumed at the PALMRIDGE HIGH COURT today. Former security branch policeman Joao Rodrigues' is arguing why he should not be prosecuted for the murder of the anti-apartheid activist in 1971. Rodrigues' lawyers believe he should not be prosecuted on the basis o ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — President Cyril Ramaphosa has wrapped up his first state visit to India, aimed at strengthening South Africa and India’s cozy friendship even further. The red carpet was rolled out for Team South Africa as Ramaphosa looked to promote SA an investment destination. But besides international diplomacy, there were a lot of o ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Today we review the book titled "Effendi of Erzurum at the Cape" by Halim Gencoglu. (Life of Sh Abu Bakr Effendi and influence of Ottomans at the Cape).
 
The Voice of the Cape — Today marks the eight-year anniversary of the start of Egypt’s 2011 revolution, which toppled longtime leader Hosni Mubarak. Violent clashes between mostly young protestors and security forces in Tahrir Square launched the epic 18 days which ended Mubarak’s 30-year rule on 11 February 2011.It was certainly one of the mos ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Saudi Arabia has long proclaimed itself to be the “guardian” of Islam’s holiest sites, and by extension Islam itself, thus promoting the Kingdom as defenders of Muslims. To that end, Saudi Arabia again finds itself under increasing scrutiny but this time for its mistreatment of Rohingya Muslim refugees, all of whom have ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — International Relations and Cooperation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu has directed High Commissioner to Mozambique Mandisi Mpahlwa to engage with authorities there to establish the cause of death of André Hanekom, the 61-year-old South African man who was being held in that country on charges related to terrorism. Hanekom's da ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — It’s been another interesting week on the African continent, with more protests in Sudan, the domestic turmoil in Zimbabwe , the elections in DRC and of course the upcoming elections in Nigeria To touch on these and other stories, we have Africa report correspondent Chris Zimba, the Managing Consultant at Democracy Centr ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — For a long time, NGOS and activists have been calling for political parties to disclose where exactly they get their money from. And finally, the Political Party Funding Bill, has been signed into the law by President Cyril Ramaphosa.The bill aims to mitigate shady financial undertakings and conflicts of interests within ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — In this part of the show, we turn to the Middle East – where the Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip has warned of an unprecedented humanitarian and health disaster after seven hospitals were forced to suspend services because of the power shortage.Hundreds of patients across the besieged strip face an unkno ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — It was a GOOD weekend for former mayor Patricia De Lille as her newly launched Good Party unveiled its interim nation leadership committee (NLC) at a press conference yesterday. The NLC consists of 36 members with the power to co-opt additional members if and when required, representative of all nine provinces with at le ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Tariq Ali discusses the true nature of the Israeli people, according to Israeli historians themselves - Askanasi Jews, native to Eastern Europe, converted to Judaism en masse there, before spreading through Europe and then leaving for Israel centuries later thanks to Nazi persecution. The native of Palestine are the real ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Now one of the biggest stories this week was the Al Shabab attack on a Nairobi hotel complex, which claimed the lives of 21 people. And we have been following the debate around the New York Times coverage of the Nairobi attacks, which has sparked some anger on social media. The article features a photograph by AP credite ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — British Prime Minister Theresa May is entering the most delicate and dangerous negotiations of the country’s split from the European Union (EU) as she searches for a compromise with her political enemies that will deliver a Brexit deal.
 
The Voice of the Cape — The DA is getting a lot of flack online following their latest election campaign, which uses the hashtag #The ANC is Killing Us. Yesterday, DA supporters in Johannesburg marched to unveil a billboard in memory of the fallen victims of Marikana, Life Esidimeni and for the children who have died in pit toilets.The party cl ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — We are back with our Weekly Africa Report and today we focus on the recent polls in DR Congo which saw opposition candidate Felix Tshisekedi declared winner. And the International Criminal Court (ICC) has acquitted former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo, in what is seen as a stunning blow to the war crimes tribunal ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The gruesome attack on a Nairobi hotel complex played out like scenes from a movie. Gunmen blasted their way into the hotel and office complex yesterday, killing at least 15 people and sending workers diving under desks to escape the gunfire.More than 12 hours after the assault began, bursts of gunfire and blasts were he ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — UK MP's will today vote on a deal reached by Prime Minister Theresa May with the European Union on the terms of Britain's exit from the bloc. The widely anticipated vote is said to reflect a concession made by May under intense pressure to allow parliament to ratify her plan. Online at Westminster is BBC Afrique journali ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — We are back with our weekly world economic report and today we focus on Brexit and how Theresa May considers backing the amendment that would put a time limit on giving parliament more influence over Brexit. An impending global recession looks imminent as the Eurozone and China's economies keeps faltering. Back home, Esk ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The Zimbabwean government has reportedly deployed riot police in the streets after the country's largest labor Union called for a national strike over a sharp rise in fuel prices. Last week the government more than doubled fuel prices to among the highest in the world. We are joined from Harare by free lance journalist F ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — South African ruling ANC has launched its manifesto for elections in May. At the launch, president Cyril Ramaphosa promised to create more jobs and address inequality. The vote in May is seen as a test of whether Ramaphosa has reversed decline in the ANC's popularity since taking over from Jacob Zuma. On line Professor i ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The North West Education Department has confirmed that the teacher whose class was pictured with black pupils seated separately from white pupils is still at the school. But the question is are South African teachers adequately trained to deal with cases of diversity in classrooms.? On line is Professor in the Department ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — MediaHitParade looks at stories that are making headlines both local and international. And on line is Acumen Media co-founder and Director Tonya Khoury.
 
The Voice of the Cape — Today we are reviewing A Sublime Way, The Sufi Path of The Sages of Makka by Dr Hisham Hellyer. The Book has received international acclaim and praise on the subject of Sufism as practiced by the sages of Makka. It brings priceless benefits to those who want to travel to the Sufi path in this contemporary world. On line ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Sudan president Omar al- Bashir has told his supporters he will stay in power, as protesters called for him to step down. Thousands of people gathered in the capital yesterday to show support for the embattled president. But so far the president has managed to resist the anger of his people. On line is Senior Research Fe ...…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Congolese opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi has vowed to be the president of all the people after the electoral body declared him winner of the presidential poll. The results, announced early today was rejected by Martin Fayulu, who was backed by opposition heavyweights. On line is Research Assistance at the African Cen ...…
 
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