Sunday Edition: A podcast wrap of our top headlines this past week

2022/06/26 19:50:00

Sunday Edition: A podcast wrap of our top headlines this past week

Sunday Edition: A podcast wrap of our top headlines this past week

We know that your Sunday to-do list consists of catching up on the past week's headlines. Here is your weekly dose of news that made headlines this past week...

Well, if you are in South Africa, you probably feel naked without the mighty mask that you've come to love for two years.by Terry Westby-Nunn (Penguin Fiction) Dreaming in Colour NON-FICTION PRIZE The award will be bestowed on a book that presents “the illumination of truthfulness, especially those forms of it that are new, delicate, unfashionable and fly in the face of power”, and that demonstrates “compassion, elegance of writing, and intellectual and moral integrity”.24 June 2022 - 15:25 Transformation can be a win for all.June 26, 2022 Clear skies and sunshine are on the agenda for today! The day will start with clear skies, a nippy low of 9 degrees and a breeze of 13km/hour.

Health Minister - Joe Phaahla - has ended the mandatory use of masks indoors as well as removed restrictions on gatherings as of Thursday the 23rd June 2022.Here's an open line discussion between Relebogile and 702 listeners around this issue.Bridge Books focuses on African literature and on finding new ways of getting books to readers.Clement Manyathela invited Sexologist - Dr Mpume Zenda and Sex and Pleasure Educator Lisa Welsh - for a conversation about the benefits and risks of masturbation.We find those corporates that have successful mentoring projects for young black executives, and we look at what some state-owned corporations are doing about ensuring that our tax money, given to them to uplift the country, also helps uplift poor communities that can benefit not only from receiving work, but also experience.Here are the juicy bits in the link below.Before opening Bridge Books, Griffin worked as a journalist for 15 years, mostly with the international news agency Agence France-Press (AFP).Commission chairperson - Raymond Zondo - handed the last part of the state capture report to President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday.46pm.

To try and unpack the NPA's next step with the final report of the commission of inquiry, Michael Marchant - researcher at Open Secrets Project - spoke to 702's Wasanga Mehana.Her writing career began in 1975 as a reporter at the World Newspapers and she later joined Frontline magazine, where she specialised in writing about life in South African townships.Browse through the full magazine below (zoom in or go full screen for ease of reading): READ A PREVIOUS EDITION:.NICD principal medical scientist Dr Jacqueline Weyer spoke to Refilwe Moloto about a confirmed case of monkeypox in South Africa, and what you need to know about this disease.Take a listen.Her last journalist job was writing for Business Day as the legislature reporter.Bruce Whitfield's Business Unusual featured LGBTQI affirmations in the workplace.Graeme Codrington who is a Futurist and Partner at TomorrowToday was the guest for this chat.She currently teaches isiZulu at a private primary school.

Well, if you are in South Africa, you probably feel naked without the mighty mask that you've come to love for two years.Health Minister - Joe Phaahla - has ended the mandatory use of masks indoors as well as removed restrictions on gatherings as of Thursday the 23rd June 2022.He is the author of The Man Who Founded the ANC: A Biography of Pixley ka IsakaSeme , which won multiple awards, including the Sunday Times Non-Fiction Award in 2018.Here's an open line discussion between Relebogile and 702 listeners around this issue.Clement Manyathela invited Sexologist - Dr Mpume Zenda and Sex and Pleasure Educator Lisa Welsh - for a conversation about the benefits and risks of masturbation.The longlisted titles for the 2022 non-fiction prize.Here are the juicy bits in the link below.

Commission chairperson - Raymond Zondo - handed the last part of the state capture report to President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday.Molefe (Jonathan Ball Publishers) The Scandalous Times of a Book Louse by Robert Muponde (Penguin Non-fiction) Native Merchants: The Building of the Black Business Class in South Africa by Phakamisa Ndzamela (Tafelberg) Escape from Lubumbashi: A Refugee’s Journey on Foot to Reunite Her Family by Estelle Neethling (Unisa) Land Matters: South Africa’s Failed Land Reforms and the Road Ahead by Ngcukaitobi Tembeka (Penguin Non-fiction) Boiling a Frog Slowly: A Memoir Of Love Gone Wrong by Cathy Park Kelly (Karavan Press) The Skipper’s Daughter by Nancy Richards (Karavan Press) Give Us More Guns: How South Africa’s Gangs were Armed by Mark Shaw (Jonathan Ball Publishers) History of South Africa: From 1902 to the Present by Thula Simpson (Penguin Non-fiction) How I Lost My Mother: A Story of Life, Care and Dying by Leslie Swartz (Wits Press) The Boy Who Never Gave Up: A Refugee’s Epic Journey to Triumph by Emmanuel Taban (Jonathan Ball Publishers) A Home on Vorster Street: A Memoir by Razina Theba (Jonathan Ball Publishers) Into Dark Water: A Police Memoir by Jeremy Vearey (Tafelberg) Joining the Dots: An Unauthorised Biography of Pravin Gordhan by Chris Whitfield and Jonathan Ancer (Jonathan Ball Publishers) Deep Collusion: Bain and the Capture of South Africa by Athol Williams (Tafelberg).To try and unpack the NPA's next step with the final report of the commission of inquiry, Michael Marchant - researcher at Open Secrets Project - spoke to 702's Wasanga Mehana.NICD principal medical scientist Dr Jacqueline Weyer spoke to Refilwe Moloto about a confirmed case of monkeypox in South Africa, and what you need to know about this disease.Take a listen.Bruce Whitfield's Business Unusual featured LGBTQI affirmations in the workplace.

Graeme Codrington who is a Futurist and Partner at TomorrowToday was the guest for this chat..

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The 2022 Sunday Times Literary Awards longlistAnnouncing the longlists for SA’s most prestigious annual literary awards for non-fiction and fiction in partnership with Exclusive Books

FREE TO READ | Sunday Times Empowerment magazineAmong other topics we examine the leadership conundrum facing black CEOs as they transition to top leadership roles, as well as why inclusion and mentorship are critical to a successful leadership changeover

Sunday funday with plenty of sunshine scheduled - ForecastMake sure to head outside and enjoy the sunshine today; it's going to be a gorgeous day! Read the weather forecast here:

ANC Gauteng conference to continue on Saturday and close on Sunday - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.The 14th African National Conference (ANC) Gauteng Provincial Conference continues at the Lakes Hotel in Benoni, east of Johannesburg on Saturday and is set to close on Sunday. Taxpayers money. Few million They carry on vreeting .. and laugh with glee, as millions face starvation 👿 PhalaPhalaFarmGate

Ramaphosa to address ANC's Gauteng 14th provincial conferenceANC president Cyril Ramaphosa will headline proceedings on Sunday as he joins delegates on the final day of the conference. Alibaba My President So. He's also getting away with murder

Zizi Kodwa drawn into Phala Phala investigation | CitypressZizi Kodwa drawn into Phala Phala investigation | Kodwa’s name is among the latest to feature in the list of government officials who allegedly knew about the incident at Phala Phala, but opted to keep it a state secret The president of South Africa is accused of Kidnapping, bribery, money laundering and defeating the ends of justice yet he's still in office and white people are defending him.... The apartheid loving whites never changed their spots! PhalaPhalaFarmGate ANCGP RamaphosaMustGo a crook of note , he took a bribe I'm sure I repeat: Your President is everything the media said President Jacob Zuma was if not worse. This is indeed the beginning of the end for this askari. Mthengisi PhalaPhalaFarm