Breakfast with Wayne, Lee and Charlie T

ALGOA FM  |  Podcast , ±8 min episodes every 3 days  |  Broadcast schedule  | 
Tune in with Wayne, Lee and Charlie T weekdays for the Algoa FM Breakfast Show. Expect thought provoking interviews, heartfelt stories that impact Algoa Country positively and laughter that will set your day off right.

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Stage 6 due to "Eskom's mismanagement"

Energy and Commodities Strategist Ted Blom pulls no punches, citing mismanagement, the appointment of "novices" and even "kickbacks", he laid into the power utility on this morning's Breakfast show.

Could Songegezo Zibi's book be the catalyst for change in SA?

The former Business Day editor, corporate executive and now author, Zibi says of his book 'Manifesto': "This book is not an analysis of South Africa’s problems. It is an outline of what we must change to have the South Africa of our dreams". He joined Breakfast ahead of the Gqeberha book launch.

Garth Sampson - the flood is coming

Weather guru, Garth Sampson, joined the breakfast team in studio to celebrate the first day of Spring and talk all things weather-related on the anniversary of the catastrophic 1968 Gqeberha floods.

Do you have an impossible boss?

"A difficult manager can be the cause of many a sleepless night, or in extreme cases, even make you want to quit your job." Co-author Vivienne Lawack joined Breakfast to unpack the newly published book, "Impossible Bosses." Vivienne Lawack is a lawyer by training and Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Academic at the University of the Western Cape.

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