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The programme discusses current issues pertaining to South Africa and the continent as a whole. The talk show hosts various experts on interesting and important issues affecting Africa and the globe.
In today's programme:
Profiling Florence Mutua a member of parliament in Kenya
Today on the show we speak to honourable Florence Mutua a member of parliament in Kenya.
She was previously an employee of the World Food Programme and now she is the Vice Chairperson of Women Democracy Network, Kenyan Chapter. She is an ambassador for women in parliament.
Mutua is passionate about women’s issues and advancing women’s rights in government structure.
She runs a programme called Second Chances where she engages with young girls on the importance of education.
• Vaccination of 12 to 17 year olds is now available, as expected there has been some mixed reaction to this.
• The missing brothers who were snatched on their way to school in Limpopo.
• Former president Jacob Zuma has delivered on his threat of laying criminal charges against senior state prosecutor Billy Downer, over allegedly leaking medical records.
ZOOMING INTO ESWATINI
Time to go to our third segment where we zoom into a country and today we are taking you to Eswatini.
Southern African countries have deployed envoys to Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, to try to stem the unrest that saw one person killed and at least 80 people wounded by security forces in the latest wave of pro-democracy protests.
The demonstrations in the kingdom have flared up recently, months after authorities loyal to the country’s absolute monarch quashed an earlier round of demonstrations. Channel Africa’s Bulletin editor Siphephile Kunene on the latest.
On our money segment today we look at debt counselling. Let’s now speak to Pierre Britz owner Silver lining debt counsellors.