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Africa Daily

BBC World Service

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One question to wake up to every weekday morning. One story from Africa, for Africa. Alan Kasujja takes a deep dive into the news shaping the continent. Ready by early morning, five days a week, Monday to Friday.
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History of Africa

The History of Africa Podcast

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Take a deep dive deep into African history with this in-depth podcast. From Casablanca to Cape Town, tune in to this podcast to learn about the magnificent and oft-forgotten history of Africa. To access more free resources about African history, provide feedback, or support the show, check out our associated website at https://historyofafricapodcast.blogspot.com
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Three essential stories to round off your working day. Explaining the big topics and news from Africa, the people behind them, plus an African perspective on global stories. Hosted by Audrey Brown. Five days a week, ready by late afternoon, Monday to Friday.
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A series that seeks to tell the story of the South Africa in some depth. Presented by experienced broadcaster/podcaster Des Latham and updated weekly, the episodes will take a listener through the various epochs that have made up the story of South Africa.
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Nightline Africa is a 60-minute news magazine program highlighting the latest issues and developments on the continent. Correspondents from Washington and across Africa offer in-depth interviews, analysis and features on African arts and culture, sports, and music
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China Africa Talk is a once weekly podcast dedicated to bringing a better understanding of what is happening on the African continent and in China from both an African and a Chinese perspective. Be sure to pick up news, views and discussions on what’s happening between China and Africa pertaining to diplomatic, trade and economic and social and cultural relations when you tune into China Africa Talk.
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The BBC is the largest broadcasting organisation in the world. Its mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain. BBC World Service broadcasts to the world on radio, on TV and online, providing news and information in 32 languages.
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Across Africa

FRANCE 24 English

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Join Georja Calvin-Smith for a round up of the week's cultural and current affairs stories from across the African continent: exclusive reports and analysis. Every Thursday at 3:45pm Paris time.
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AviaDev Insight is the first podcast dedicated to the African aviation industry. We bring prominent industry voices to the table to establish the "ground truth" in an informal and candid fashion. The podcast was created by Jon Howell, Founder and Managing Director of AviaDev Africa, Africa's premier event dedicated to developing air connectivity to, from and within the African continent
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Africa iShare is a platform created for people with Africa to interact, learn & share ideas. The Afica iShare podcast podcast issues around Africa trade, policy & leadership. Visit our website for more - https://africaishare.com/
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Into Africa

CSIS | Center for Strategic and International Studies

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Fearless music activists. Savvy tech entrepreneurs. Social disrupters. Into Africa shatters the narratives that dominate U.S. perceptions of Africa. Host Mvemba Phezo Dizolele, Africa program director and senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington D.C., sits down with policymakers, journalists, academics and other trailblazers in African affairs to shine a spotlight on the faces spearheading cultural, political, and economic change on the continent.
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Africa News Tonight is a lively news magazine featuring VOA correspondent reports, interviews with African officials, opposition leaders, NGOs and human rights activists. News feature stories look at science and technology, environmental issues, humanitarian topics and the African diaspora.
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This podcast tackles the biggest trends in African tech and interviews local startups disrupting their industries. The hosts are Connecting Africa Editor Paula Gilbert, Associate Editor Matshepo Sehloho and Venture for Africa Co-Founder & CEO Tobi Lafinhan who may come from different geographies and cultural backgrounds but who all have a love of tech and an interest in Africa's startup scene in common. Find the latest news at http://www.connectingafrica.com Connect on Twitter: Paula - @paul ...
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Each week, Jennifer Zabasajja provides a deep dive into the business stories that shape Africa. Join Jennifer and our Bloomberg reporters as they lift the lid on the news driving the continent.
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Standard Bank South Africa

Standard Bank South Africa

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Official podcasts from Standard Bank South Africa. South Africa’s universal financial services group, catering for your personal, business, wealth, insurance and corporate banking needs. Voted South Africa’s Bank of the Year 2019, by The Banker. #ItCanBe
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Africa Science Focus is SciDev.Net's award-winning weekly podcast. We dive deep into the impacts that science has on everything from health, to technology, agriculture and life. Subscribe to get the best science and development news from the continent delivered straight to you!
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Lumkile Mondi, Senior Lecturer at Wits Business School, and Stavros Nicolaou, Member of the SA BRICS Business Council, joins host Motheo Khoaripe to delve into the topic of US lawmakers' efforts to extend the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), a trade pact with Africa, until 2041. Daniel Morgan, analyst at Ninety-ONE discusses the combinati…
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United Nations and international agencies warn the lives of millions of people in Sudan are at risk, saying the world is turning a blind eye to the enormous humanitarian needs facing this war-torn country. Kenyan doctors continue their strike calling for better pay and working conditions, but President William Ruto says the country has no money to …
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Moderna has halted plans to build a Covid-19 plant in Kenya alleging the demand after the pandemic has fallen dramatically. Rahul Tandon explores the different challenges that keep Africa missing out on investments to develop vaccines and the consequence this has on the population. And shareholders of United States Steel will vote on a planned take…
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Solar powered, low-cost respiratory technology is aiding the fight to reduce neonatal mortality in Nigeria. Nigeria has a newborn mortality crisis, with 262,000 infant deaths each year. In this episode of Africa Science Focus, our correspondent, Royal Uche, highlights an innovation developed to curb the deaths of preterm babies in Africa’s most pop…
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TopCast brings you a shot of the week’s Africa news and analysis in your ears. Curated every Friday at noon, wherever you get your podcasts. topcastmedia.co.uk Episode 3: References/further reading: 1. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2024/4/7/rwanda-holds-weeklong-mourning-to-commemorate-1994-genocide 2. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2024/apr/…
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On Daybreak Africa: Calls grow for justice and accountability as Sudan marks one year of conflict. Plus, striking Kenyan doctors reject another government ultimatum to end a month-long strike for better pay. A US-based Professor of Applied Economics calls for the disbandment of Zimbabwe’s Reserve Bank. Malawi halts Soybean exports amid a drop in yi…
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For much of the past ten years, Chinese technology in Africa focused largely on devices and infrastructure. But today, the conversations also include issues related to governance, online services, and the emergence of artificial intelligence. Benjamin Dada, founder of the popular African tech news site BenDada.com, joins Eric to discuss the latest …
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This month marks ten years since the kidnapping of the Chibok girls in north eastern Nigeria when militants abducted nearly 300 girls. Most of the girls have either been freed or escaped but dozens remain unaccounted. In the years since, kidnapping for ransom - for profit- by criminal gangs has also become the norm, even in places like trains or in…
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We made it past April fools without too much drama. The sea is looking better than it has in a long time and the freshwater scene is firing! Time to fish! Offshore: There have been fish along most of the KZN coast. Snoek, Tuna, Couta and a host of other gamefish. Rock and surf: There have been plenty of summer fish around with some edibles in the m…
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Over the past few weeks, cocoa prices have jumped to reach unprecedent levels. On the first episode of the Next Africa podcast, Bloomberg's Jennifer Zabasajja and Mumbi Gitau look into the reasons behind the surge and what it means for African farmers, the chocolate industry and the consumers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Brought to the Sahara following the Persian conquest of Egypt, the spread of a new irrigation technology allowed Garamantian civilization to expand dramatically The earliest evidence of a unique Garamantian culture comes from the settlement of Zinkekra, located at the top of a rocky plateau near the Wadi al Ajal. However, settlements gradually drif…
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The EU will vote Wednesday on a vast overhaul of its immigration policies that would notably harden entry procedures for asylum-seekers and require all the bloc’s countries to share responsibility. The European Parliament will decide a series of laws forming the bloc’s migration and asylum pact, based on a European Commission proposal first made in…
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When a police officer was arrested for a string of "killsurance" murders executed on her own family members and loved ones, South Africa was aghast at the enormity of the killer's deeds and the coldness of her crimes. Rosemary Ndlovu's public story, though, is only a fraction of the truth (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Pa…
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This is episode 165 — and the atmosphere in Xhosaland was ablaze with indignation. A Mr Holliday had complained in Fort Beaufort that an imaDange man called Tsili had stolen his axe, and if you recall last episode, Tsili had been arrested then freed while under military escort by Tola a headman who lived nearby. Tola had hacked off a prisoners hand…
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