It’s been a tumultuous week for the country, but you might not know it thanks to load shedding making an unwanted comeback.
JOHANNESBURG – It’s been a tumultuous week for the country, but you might not know it thanks to load shedding making an unwanted comeback. Don’t worry, EWN will catch up on everything that happened this week.
– Black Coffee looks back on when it won a Grammy
Anele and the Club chat with South African artist Black Coffee about winning his first Grammy. The DJ, whose real name is Nkosinathi Maphumulo, joined the team for a conversation about being the first African to win a Grammy Award in the Best Dance/Electronic Album category. Find the nice interview on the link below:
– Anele kind of takes a break from the radio
The host of the best breakfast show in Joburg, Anele Mdoda, is taking a well-deserved break from her seat and don’t worry, she will be back on the air in July. The host will bring back valuable insights into the latest innovations in broadcasting for the benefit of the breakfast show and station 947. Listen to the audio below for more:
– How does the No-Fault Vaccine Indemnity Scheme work?
If you suffer an injury after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, this interview may be for you. Clement Manyathela speaks with the Secretariat of the National Expert Committee on Immunization Safety, Marione Schonfeldt, about how the program works and if there have been any payments since its implementation. Listen on the link below:
– Senzo Meyiwa: The trial of the accused of murder
The murder trial of high-profile Bafana Bafana star Senzo Meyiwa was due to take place on Monday, only to be postponed until Tuesday morning to allow defense lawyers time to consult with the accused. Proceedings were adjourned again at the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday to allow one of the five defendants to build their special plea. Mandy Wiener asked Kgomotso Modise, an EWN reporter, to unpack the case.
– KZN in turmoil following devastating floods
This is probably one of the saddest stories in our country right now that you need to know. CapeTalk’s John Maytham spoke to Gift of the Givers founder Dr Imtiaz Sooliman about the current situation in KwaZulu-Natal. The heavy rains and flooding caused untold disruption, damage and over 300 deaths.
– South Africa “needs a political overhaul”
There is no shortage of South Africans who are fed up with our political climate. Throw a stone and you’ll fine someone with an opinion. CapeTalk’s Refilwe Moloto talks to community activist Mbali Ntuli and former Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa about reimagining South Africa’s political landscape.
– Your knee surgery could cause erectile dysfunction
Let’s close the week with a little humor, huh? In a classic case of outright lying, Whackhead calls a man who’s getting ready for surgery and tells him that the knee surgery he’s about to have could cause erectile dysfunction. You can guess where things are going from there or you can listen to the audio below to find out.