Wednesdays 19:00 – 20:00 | Tumi Sole & team
The voice of the voiceless, tackling issues often overlooked by the media.
The #CountryDuty team speaks to Prof. Steve Cornelius on the new policy from the IAAF regarding testosterone levels being reduced before competitions, and his resignation in protest against this.
This week #CountryDuty speaks to attorney Tholoana Ncheke on the Hate Speech Bill and its effects.
#CountryDuty speaks to Dr Leonard Martin on the First Nation status and the upcoming National Consultative Conference 2018 of the Khoi-San from 22 – 27 April 2018.
#CountryDuty had Pontso Moiloa and Itumeleng from Drive Lupus to educate us on Lupus and the organisation that supports people living with it.
#CountryDuty remembers Mama Winnie Madikizela Mandela, the Mother of the Nation, a heroine in her own right. Rest in Power Qhawe. We also speak to some great NGOs about the community projects they are currently engaged in.
#CountryDuty talks land, law and economics with Adv Ngcukaitobi, Economist Dumile and Poet & Attorney Makhafula Vilakazi.
#CountryDuty discusses the political aspects of land distribution with Dr Ntsikelelo Breakfast, and the importance of land reform for black South Africans with Deputy President of the BLF, Zanela Lwana.
A robust discussion with #CountryDuty Legal Strategist Bongani and friend of #CountryDuty, Tsebiso, on land distribution and the historical facts that lead us to where we are today. #CountryDuty looks at the motion on land distribution and the importance of public participation.
#CountryDuty discusses President Ramaphosa’s so-called #NewDawn Cabinet reshuffle, the effect of the announcements from the Budget speech, and touches on the #LandDebate with Tsebiso.
#CountryDuty is in conversation with Amanda Dlamini – she discusses her journey as the Banyana Banyana captain, the Amanda Dlamini Foundation, her passion of football and reaching greater heights.