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The Money Show
An archive of each full weekday episode of the award-winning program presented by Bruce Whitfield.
A live morning 'radio' show broadcast on and on mobile via the official app. Hosted by Gareth Cliff and his team, they bring you uncensored, real conversation about everything in the news, guests, edgy material and a healthy dose of inspiration and intelligence. Without limits... there will be entertainment, provocative content, and unhinged reality.
A hard-hitting, factual podcast that seeks to undermine modern narratives with the use of evidence, facts and statistics.
Two hours of entertainment in the comfort of your own ears… this enlightening, humorous, uncensored and unmissable show features comedy legend Casper de Vries and his team. The show is in Afrikaans and English, as Casper brings back his own brand of unique Afrikaans sketch comedy so sorely missed by his fans, but also gains new audiences by entertaining, educating, speaking and interviewing in English. His show is presented with the help of the CasperTeam: Gavin Prins, Riaan van Wyk, Shemane ...
Matt Brown Show
The Matt Brown Show exists to empower entrepreneurs and business leaders around the world. It has consistently been in the top 20 podcasts in South Africa for over two years, reached the #1 spot in "Management & Marketing" on 13 different occasions and currently ranked in the top 100 shows in the category around the world. More info: posts daily news reports covering the major issues of the day on our website, as well as weekly video interviews with some of South Africa's most respected thinkers in the political and economic environment.
It's an early morning show that begins at 05h00 and ends at 09h00. The content is strictly current affairs and includes news bulletins. It focuses on politics, human interest, education, science and technology, environment, economics and sports stories. Most stories are usually hard-core politics.
A show about all things stand up comedy - both locally and internationally. It's about the business of stand up, the comedians, the shows and what's going on in the general sphere of stand up and the industries attached.
Rational Perspective is Alec Hogg's regular podcast.
Business Today in Africa with Nqobani Mzizi
The Jacaranda FM News team is based in Gauteng – but covers local and international news of the day, providing the latest developments online and on-air. News bulletins run from 5am to 7pm weekdays, and from 7am to 6pm on weekends and public holidays. Tune into Jacaranda FM, or log on to, for the news you need to know.. now.
Elite Rugby Banter
Elite Rugby Banter is the brainchild of Alex, Ben, Matt and Adam, four guys from South Africa (though one now calls Mauritius home) who love their rugby, and enjoy talking about it, though sometimes badly, and with much mirth. They chat about the weeks' past and coming rugby action, Super Rugby, internationals, and whatever catches their attention. They are fans who take bantering seriously, but not themselves. You can find them on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Acast.
I tell jokes for a living but i'm living to tell more jokes. I do this podcast for free though but it is Brilliant
Small Business MBA
Small Business MBA is a practical guide to entrepreneurship, hosted by Raizcorp trainer Yasmeen Alli. Each week she gives us essential advice on a different aspect of your business, and chats to expert guests for their perspectives.
The Big Interview
Soccer Laduma Radio brings you interviews with professional football stars, coaches and personalities. Catch our episodes weekly!
Brands Of Africa
The Objective of the show is to look at brands who have successfully evolved within branding their strategies and came up with innovative ways to brand their organisations. We will look at Sustainability in Branding, Family originated brands, content media& social media marketing, logos and all the other important branding elements that make their brands a success and ultimate contribute to the company bottom line.
Crystal Orderson brings news from the continent.
Business Headlines daily from across Africa.Live on Africa Business Radio Monday to Friday
Act One Radio
Act One Radio is a South African Arts and Current Affairs podcast focusing on the daily lives of South Africans. Accompanied with great music, the shows include interviews with theatre practitioners, artists, writers, journalists, political analysts - and any other individual in the South African Arts industry worth noting. The podcasts on this channel aim to keep you entertained and up to date with current affairs.
On The Ball
On the Ball is a football feature which airs on East Coast Breakfast every Tuesday between 8h38 and 9h00. It tackles local and international football issues.
National and international news and current affairs updated at midday each weekday.
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Vodacom’s CEO Shameel Joosub discusses on how Vodacom has raised the dividend for the first-half of its 2019 financial year. Ken Kocienda, Author of Creative Selection - Inside Apple's design process during the Golden Age of Steve Jobs talks about the process of writing the book and remembers his time working with Steve Jobs.…
Making headlines: State capture inquiry resumes with Barbara Hogan testifying, SAA welcomes government’s support And, Eskom warns of power cuts due to low coal stockpilesBy Sane Dhlamini.
Imperfection. One of the basic rules of the universe is that nothing is perfect. Perfection doesn’t exist. Ironically though, we live in society where social media platforms like Instagram has created an entire sub culture that is seemingly designed to support the idea of perfection being attainable and even worse valuable. But here’s the thing ...…
Channel Africa — TOP STORIES ON AFRICA RISE AND SHINE THIS HOUR...*** Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa evades kidnapping attempt.....*** South Africa's State Capture inquiry set to resume today.....*** In Economics: World leaders push for China backed trade deal excluding USA..*** And In Sports: Esperance stun Al Ahly to clinch CAF C ...… — The question of fertility is an interesting one the world over. Leigh-Ann has a list of which countries top and bottom the list, and the implications of both. The invention of the resume and how it is falling away in modern society, then into an informative chat around immigration to the USA with Leon Versfeld and Stuart Ferg ...… — Ben is broken, quite literally. His torso seems to have had a stroke - leaving him deformed, and he is now destined for a life of circus tricks on Instagram. Some interesting listener mails, a history lesson around the First World War from Gareth, then into the latest news and sport headlines, Anthea on the finance, plus a bi ...…
Soccer Laduma Radio — In this episode, the Capitec My Story winner Julian Mixon has his questions answered by Supersport United and Bafana Bafana player Dean Furman who fancies talks about Bafana’s chances of beating Nigeria. Furman also touches on Matsatsantsa’s tag as cup kings of South African football. Mlungu reveals the reason why he chose ...…
Jacaranda FM — Spokesperson Graham Charters Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane wants to gain access to the contact between Andile Ramaphosa and facilities management company Bosasa.
It's opposite day in the ERB Universe: Farrell can tackle legally, Beauden can drop kick, Pollard doesn't miss touch and is 7/7, Springboks actually win and Russia beat Namibia (!).Ben, Matt, Alex and Adam are here to take you through the weekend's rugby (in their own unique way), with Ben remarking on his expat status, Matt doesn't know what t ...…
Soccer Laduma Radio — In this month’s Sit Down With Doc, brought to you by Sportpesa, the national team icon expresses his delight at Bafana Bafana’s recent drubbing of the Seychelles. Doc also weighs in on the Ntshangase and Mlambo debate regarding their future with the Bafana – revealing that the players are ready for national duty. Doc also ...…
Karyn Maughan, Times Live’s journalist reports on former president Jacob Zuma losing his application for leave to appeal a judgment that said he should pay the costs of reviewing Thuli Madonsela's remedial action for the institution of the state capture inquiry. Kevin Lings, Stanlib’s chief economist discusses the implications of the fuel price ...…
Jacaranda FM — Gauteng Education hopes this is the last week end of placing grade 1 and 8s learners who applied to public schools for the 2019 academic year. — Theatre legend Janice Honeyman pops in to chat about her new pantomime. Then Greek author Harris Dousemetzis joins the team to speak about his book, 'The Man Who Killed Apartheid: The Life of Dimitri Tsafendas'.
Making headlines: EFF lays complaint against Gordhan with Public Protector, Disgruntled ANC North West members take party to court And, Zondo to investigate source of witness statement leaksBy Sane Dhlamini.
Channel Africa — It's an early morning show that begins at 05h00 and ends at 09h00. The content is strictly current affairs and includes news bulletins. It focuses on politics, human interest, education, science and technology, environment, economics and sports stories. Most stories are usually hard-core politics.… — Welcome to the JUSTNOW Book Club. First rule of Book Club? Bring a book with. Do comedians read books about comedy? Or do they like the serious stuff? Ryan reads e-books. Vittorio Leonardi has books for days. Dave has his favourite joke book that helps him get through the day. Richelieu finds help in The Art of War! Who knew?… — Leigh-Ann goes through the words of the year and how there is plastic in salt. Gareth thinks she is lying like Jason Rohde, then Stefan from Germany shares unthinkably long German words and people masturbating in nightclubs. Leigh-Ann's 'swinger past' pops up... and then George Mienie wraps up the week with the latest from th ...… — Celeste from East London has a bone to pick with Gareth over Donald Trump. More listener feedback, with Elson from Zambia taking on Gareth too. The latest news headlines, plus Ben returns for the weekend sports highlights.
Dr. Somadoda Fikeni, political analyst talks on Pravin Gordhan's leaked affidavit which reveals his meeting with the Gupta's and Zuma's plans on tax payer’s money. Jomo Sono, Soccer legend and Owner at Jomo Cosmo discusses his involvement behind TV2GO, a new free to air internet streaming service and how it works.…
Making headlines: Gordhan details meetings with the Guptas, Nzimande says government is not scrapping e-tolls And, EFF's Ndlozi says report implicating Brian Shivambu has 'too much fiction'By Sane Dhlamini.
Channel Africa — *** Concerns over growing threat of transnational organized crime.*** US President Donald Trump claim big vitory in midterm elections.*** In Economics: African governments urged to develop policies that will unlock capital inflow.*** And In Sports: South Africa's Banyana Banyana prepares for Africa Women's Cup of Nations.… — Tumi Morake's still hanging out with the team. A Thursday means another look at the week's biggest political stories - this time with editor of Business Day, Tim Cohen. And as if this all wasn't enough, the team also discuss side-chicks, family drama, wills and so much more. — Our favourite comedy queen makes an appearance on the show this morning... catching up on her fabulous life, following the release of her new book, 'And Then Mama Said', Gareth and Siya catch up with friend to the show, Tumi Morake. Nothing but fun, lots of laughs and comments on some of the biggest news stories ensue!…
Bernard Mostert, Mr. Tekkie’s Co-founder discusses their announcement on Pepkor failing in their application to kill the start-up business by restraining five of Mr. Tekkie's founders from any involvement in retail. Andrew Golding, Pam Golding property Group’s CEO explains their decision to partner with BidX1 an online auctioning platform.…
Jacaranda FM — The head of the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) Robert McBride believes the pushback from those involved in state capture and corruption has only just begun.
Jacaranda FM — A possible date for the elections has been further narrowed down by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC).
Making headlines: IEC says 2019 elections likely to be held in May, Eskom operating costs continue to increase And, Gauteng ANC expresses concern over 21 missing Life Esidimeni patientsBy Sane Dhlamini.
Xolani speaks to Ipid’s national spokesperson Moses Dlamini about arrests made by the directorate against three generals on allegations of fraud, corruption, forgery and uttering.
Channel Africa — It's an early morning show that begins at 05h00 and ends at 09h00. The content is strictly current affairs and includes news bulletins. It focuses on politics, human interest, education, science and technology, environment, economics and sports stories. Most stories are usually hard-core politics.…
The Africa Report It's D-Day for Madagascar as Millions of Malagasy voters head to polls to choose a new President. Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has called on African leaders to take action to tackle the biodiversity crisis facing the continent. — Siya elaborates on what a gunt is, seeing as Gareth has a big one. Listener emails, the latest porn movie charts, and how an Aussie girl lost half her body weight thanks to bullying. Dennis Prager and Adam Carolla's movie shines a light on political correctness, then Donald Chipumha comes into studio to talk My Kitchen Rules ...… — Is Movember still a thing? Gareth gets into the farce of people doing things for charity, but needing you to do the work for them. Still no Gord, Gareth then gets stuck into a wayward tweet from Ranjeni Munusamy about Donald Trump, and further into a tirade about race-baiting EFF members and gaining weight. The latest in news ...…
John Stremlau, Professor of International relations at Wits University analyses the USA mid-term elections and the people's reaction at the voting polls.
Jacaranda FM — President Cyril Ramaphosa says he will hold his son Andile Ramaphosa accountable should it emerge that he received illegal payments from facilities management company Bosasa.
SME Zone — Yasmeen Alli takes a look at the legal system that a business is required to work within. She is joined by entrepreneur and attorney; Cezanne Britain she is the CEO of Britain Renecke and will to help us unpack what we need to know about the legalities of our businesses. — Sometimes cynical and always honest broadcaster, vlogger and sports fanatic Ben Karpinski is this week’s guest. Ben puts forward the idea of sport as an integral part of society. Roman doesn’t buy the theory and questions the notion of unity, while Jonathan ponders the dangers of hingeing hopes on sporting successes.…
Jacaranda FM — South African Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) members in the cash-strapped West Rand District Municipality are set to march to the office of the Gauteng Premier David Makhura.
Making headlines: Transnet veteran Morwe steps in as acting CEO for next six months, Ramaphosa to brief SA on government’s efforts to revitalise economy And, public enterprises committee chair says there is no political campaign against GigabaBy Sane Dhlamini.
Channel Africa — It's an early morning show that begins at 05h00 and ends at 09h00. The content is strictly current affairs and includes news bulletins. It focuses on politics, human interest, education, science and technology, environment, economics and sports stories. Most stories are usually hard-core politics.…
As Cameroon prepares for the inauguration of President Paul Biya, children are abducted in the Anglophone region. Kenyan farmers cash in on the global avocado craze. — What is liberalism? And how is it in Africa? Gareth chats to the President of the Africa Liberal Network, Stevens Mokgalapa, to learn more. A heartfelt e-mail from a listener touches the team. Leigh-Ann brings odd stories of a runaway train in Australia and a restaurant that only caters for homeless people. Have you ever milk ...… — The team discuss their morning 'getting ready for work' routines, from Leigh-Ann's wine hangover bad wardrobe choices, to Siya's 5 minute zombie moment, and Nolo's daily outfit themes. Gareth has a bone to pick with an over the top guy he saw at the airport carrying a tiny, hideous, ornamental Louis Vuitton bag. Then, it's on ...…
Plane Talking’s Managing Director Linden Birns talks on the weather South African Airways should be shut down as it is. Econometrix’s Chief economist Dr Azar Jammine discusses how US’ sanctions on Iran will affect South Africa.
Jacaranda FM — The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) employees are expected to picket outside the public broadcaster’s Auckland Park head offices on Friday.
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