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

Blue face mask. Photo by Pam Menegakis on Unsplash

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. 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. 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. 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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