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Wendy Knowler is arguably South Africa’s most experienced consumer journalist. She’s helped more consumers over her 20 year career in consumer journalism than she could count. But while known as a champion of consumer rights, Wendy is also known and respected by corporates for her fair, accurate and balanced reporting. Want to be a more sussed consumer or corporate? Listen to Wendy's episodes here.
 
Thank you for joining us for another great podcast today! Here you'll find many encouraging and challenging messages to help you build a life of significance! Keep coming back to listen to all the latest messages from Hillsong Church South Africa. We would love for you to rate our podcast, subscribe, perhaps write a review and share the channel with all your friends to help us build a Church that Builds a nation.
 
The Good Things Guy is on a mission to change what the world pays attention to. Brent Lindeque believes there's good news all around us & the 100's of stories he receives every day are his proof. Brent spends his time hunting down & reporting on the best Good News stories from South Africa, and the world. In Good Things Guy, you'll meet these everyday heroes & hear their incredible stories!
 
Ufahamu Africa is a podcast about life and politics on the African continent, co-hosted by Kim Yi Dionne, professor of political science at the University of California, Riverside, and Rachel Beatty Riedl, professor of government at Cornell University. Each Saturday, a new episode highlights what is happening in the news, followed by an interview with a diverse thinker or innovator who is deeply ingrained in the life, culture, and politics of the continent.
 
A live morning 'radio' show broadcast on cliffcentral.com 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.
 
Africa News Tonight is a 30-minute news magazine program that airs twice each evening Monday through Friday, at 1600 and 1800 UTC/GMT. Africa News Tonight brings you the latest news from our correspondents on the continent, as well as interviews with African officials, opposition leaders, NGOs, human rights activists and government officials. The show also examines developments in science and technology, the environment, development issues, the African diaspora, business, lifestyle and culture.
 
Welcome to Legendary Africa, a South African podcast where we take you on a sometimes spooky, sometimes trippy, and always hilarious adventure through the world of African myth, legend and lore. Sisters Theshira and Rashalia regale you with tales from all over the continent, both ancient and modern. After Rashalia passed away in July 2020, Theshira now continues on alone with her sister as the angel on her shoulder. Join her as she wades through the diverse lore of Africa. Stay safe, stay se ...
 
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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With so many challengers either disqualified or having stood down in the upcoming presidential election, will the incumbent Alhassane Ouattara get an easy victory in his controversial third term bid? And have the years of economic growth made a difference in the pockets of Ivorians?In Nigeria, a judicial panel of inquiry is to hear evidence related…
 
Exposed to industrial risks such as environmental pollution, contamination and health impacts; the lack of genuine engagement and communication between industries, government and local communities breeds distrust. Llewellyn Leonard, Professor of Environmental Science at the University of South Africa discusses what needs to be done to change that. …
 
Bruce Whitfield discusses the possibilities of a second covid-19 wave with Graeme Codrington, Futurist and Partner at TomorrowToday and Dick Forslund, Economist & Researcher at Alternative Information & Development Centre. This week on Other People's Money feature is Actor & Director, Tony Kgoroge telling us about his relationship with money See om…
 
This week on #AutoCentral, SA’s No. 1 motoring podcast, George Mienie and Wandile Sishi unpack why the bakkie is so popular in South Africa, including a quick history lesson on this unique body-type. Martin Pretorius joins the conversation to highlight the latest round of upgrades to Toyota’s best-selling car in SA - the Toyota Hilux. Finally, the …
 
This week we saw Guinea and Ivory Coast protests third termers and leaders in their 80’s and late 70’s And of course, in Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari faces protest against policy brutality under the #ENDSARS We zoom into this phenomenon and why old leaders are hanging onto power See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This Week on Africa On The Move' speaks to "Part II: We Live in a World of Games & Deception & Imam Jamil Al-Amin." Join us on Sunday, October 25, 2020 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM EST U.S. You can listen or call in at 1-323-679-0841, or go online at: www.blogtalkrado.com/africa-on-the-moveBy Africa On The Move
 
Join us as we gather to pray, worship Jesus and grow together as His Church, called to reach and build this great continent of Africa. ►► HOW CAN WE PRAY WITH YOU? Click here: https://hillsongchurch.formstack.com/forms/church_ontheline_prayer_and_praise ►► MADE A DECISION TO FOLLOW JESUS? Plus join us for a live Alpha course after every service. Cl…
 
Hey Legends! We’re back with some wonderful animal tales, this time featuring 2 tales. First from the Mende people of Sierra Leone we meet First Man, Jackal and Python, then we listen to a tale from the Khoikhoi and meet Lion, Vultures and Bullfrog. We find out why Python can shed his skin and travel back in time to when Lion could fly. Sources for…
 
In the news this week: #EndSARS, elections in Tanzania, and more. Kim and Rachel put these events into context and share what you need to know.This week's interview features guest host Patrick Mbullo Owuor in conversation with Denielle Elliott about KEMRI, Elliott's new research, and more! … More Ep. 98: A conversation between Patrick Mbullo Owuor …
 
Forces unleashed against Nigeria's #EndSARS protestors suggest panicking politicians trying to manage a modern movement with the toolkit of the 1980s. They are unlikely to get the toothpaste back in the tube. But the amorphous leadership of the movement will need to avoid getting sucked into sectarian dynamics, and get ready for a marathon not a sp…
 
This episode is a live recording of the second AviaDev insight live podcast, recorded October 22nd 2020. Many of the questions posed came from our live audience and we discussed the following topics: The new interline agreement with EK and QR plus others that could be on the horizon (with African carriers) The rebuilding of the regional network, wh…
 
Cameroon hasn't quite eased up its battle against polio, despite being declared free of the disease earlier this year. It's launched an immunisation drive against a particular strain of the virus. Also, Kenya has bucked the regional trend and seen an elephant baby boom. But despite the promising numbers, the species remains vulnerable. And we see h…
 
DNA is thought to be the touchdown of criminal investigation. If you find it at a scene, you're all set for a speedy arrest and conviction, right? In this minisode, we discuss the reality behind DNA processing in South Africa, and why it may not be the tool we think it is (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www…
 
Episode Twelve Following our popular episode, ‘Where are Africa’s women in STEM?’, Africa Science Focus this week hears from female scientists who are launching their careers. From Janelisa Musaya in Malawi, to Violet Kayamba in Zambia and Martha Zewdie Gebeyehu in Ethiopia, some of the most important research on the continent is being led by women…
 
Overview: Today, we’re going to talk about the opportunity for technology to make a difference in Africa. We'll start with the context of health in Africa, deepdive into health verticals and African companies, investigate Health Tech in other developing countries & on how technology can be most impactful. This episode was recorded on Oct 18, 2020. …
 
When our parents and the generation before us fought this same fight in their time, they did not conceive the future and that is the result of what we see today.The difference with their time and NOW, is that as young people, we have seen the world farther from our point of view than what they ever saw. That is why regardless of TRIBE, RELIGION or …
 
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