Best Female Vocalist podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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NAFT is a podcast about music. Hosts Aaron Wong (Los Angeles cliché) and Brendan Hutchins (Podcaster and Remodeler) listen to albums and dissect them track-by-track, banter about songs, new and old, but mostly pop-punk, and female vocalist electropop.
 
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Black Pill Radio
Monthly
 
Delivering conscious commentary on issues affecting our community and businesses, as well as events happening on a social, political and global scale. Broadcasting live every 1st and 3rd Sunday morning of each month from 10am to 11am eastern standard time. www.BlackPillRadio.com
 
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Female Trouble
Weekly
 
A Baltimore Sun podcast spotlighting Charm City's most captivating and accomplished women. Hosted by Quinn Kelley.
 
"Womanity - Women in Unity" is a weekly programme produced by Dr Amaleya Goneos- Malka. The programme celebrates prominent and ordinary African women's achievements towards self-emancipation, human rights, and democracy. It also deals with social ills, such as, racism, socio-economic class division, and gender based violence.
 
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SijoTruth Radio
Weekly
 
Let's Talk About Life & Health
 
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Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Nazereen Captieux-Bhana the CEO of eDeaf (www.edeaf.co.za), an organisation that she founded in 2007 which focuses on training and empowering the Deaf for job placements in industry. We talk about her career journey as well as the barriers and challenges ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Dr. Alicia Girón the Coordinator of the University Program for Asian and African Studies from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. We talk about women and financialisation, encompassing aspects of empowerment, entrepreneurship and access to finan ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Noni “She Bee Stingin” Tenge who is a five time World Champion boxer. Noni was part of a group of five women that pioneered female boxing in South Africa, whose activism succeeded to change the Boxing Act and permit women to box in this country. She share ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Bukiwe “the Anaconda” Nonina who is the current World Boxing Federation Champion of the Bantamweight division and also holds the title of best female boxer in South Africa. Bukiwe shares her passion for boxing and her exceptional family support system who ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Buhlebendalo Mda vocalist of award-winning South African a capella music group The Soil. Buhle cites the soundtrack of township life in Soweto - from mums and neighbours gossiping in kitchens, to commuters trundling in taxis and trains, to uncles clinking ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Professor Dee Smythe, a Professor of Public Law and Deputy Dean for Research in the Law Faculty at the University of Cape Town about her work in the gender space. We speak about findings from her book, titled “Rape Unresolved”, which considers view points ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Parliamentarian and Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises Ms Lungi Mnganga-Gcabashe about some of the responsibilities in this role. She highlights a few core infrastructure projects that the energy and rail freight sectors are unde ...…
 
Channel Africa — This episode of Womanity is dedicated to the memory of Mr Lungi Daweti, Channel Africa’s programme manager, who was at the inception of Womanity; his spirit will forever live on in this show. So in his honour this is the first interview he co-ordinated for Womanity, with renowned musician and humanitarian Yvonne Chaka Chaka. We ...…
 
Channel Africa — Today’s broadcast of Womanity-Women in Unity closes out 2018, and we use this episode to celebreate African female leadership with special compilations that include extracts from conversations with two former African female presidents. Dr. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim who was the sixth president and the first female president of the Rep ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Parliamentarian and Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Tourism Ms Lusizo Makhubela-Mashele about some of the responsibilities in this role. Tourism contributes to almost 10% of South Africa’s GDP and accounts for approximately 10% of the country’s ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity – Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina Mohammed. We discuss a few of her memorable achievements at the United Nation, in particular the process of bringing member states together to develop the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and ensur ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity - Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Judge Nicoline Janse van Nieuwenhuizen from the Gauteng Division of the High Court. She recounts some of the milestones in her career which led to her becoming a high court judge, and the tremendous responsibilities associated with this role. She shares s ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity - Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Judge Wendy Hughes from the Gauteng Division of the High Court. She relays her journey into the legal profession and shares the process of becoming a judge – resulting in independent individuals who mete out the law without fear or favour. She highlights ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity - Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Judge Cynthia Pretorius from the Gauteng Division of the High Court. We discuss some of the milestones in her career, from breaking glass ceilings and opening doors for other women to rise through the judiciary, to memorable cases such as the spy tapes, p ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week in the first part of Womanity - Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Ms Kamina Johnson-Smith the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade for Jamaica about some of her country’s foreign trade policies and domestic activities. We highlight, for example, interventions that have been implemented to allo ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity - Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Ms Kamina Johnson-Smith, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade for Jamaica, about some of her country’s foreign trade policies and domestic activities. We highlight, for example, interventions that have been implemented to allow for the re-int ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity - Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to South Africa’s Ambassador to Madagascar, Ms Maud Vuyelwa Dlomo. We discuss some of the highlights in her early career with the Department of International Relations, such as integrating and re-educating diplomats in 1994 to serve in a new democratic South ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to South Africa’s High Commissioner to Sir Lanka, Ms Robina Marks. We discuss how she is redefining the role of modern day diplomats as networkers and facilitators that are promoting what our country has to offer to the world and in so doing contributing to Pr ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to South Africa’s High Commissioner to New Zealand Ms Vuyiswa Tulelo. We discuss some aspects in her portfolio, such as strengthening inter-country relationships, promoting investment for South Africa, fulfilling civic duties for South African immigrants livin ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Dr Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, who was the 6th President and the First Female President of the Republic of Mauritius. She takes us through her three lives of scientist, entrepreneur and president. We talk about some of the attributes she introduced into her term o ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Dr Daleen Alexander (head of undergraduate affairs at the Department of Psychology) Dr Jaishika Seedat (head of the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology), and Dr. Simangele Mayisela (head of transformation), from the School of Human and Community De ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Dr Daleen Alexander (head of undergraduate affairs at the Department of Psychology) Dr Jaishika Seedat (head of the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology), and Dr. Simangele Mayisela (head of transformation), from the School of Human and Community De ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to the newly appointed President of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), who is the organisation’s first female president, Ms Zingiswa Losi. We highlight some of COSATU’s objectives to unite workers, promote international solidarity and liberat ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Prof. Nasima Carrim, from the Department of Human Resources at the University of Pretoria. Prof. Carrim’s research interests include diversity management; specifically topics related to culture, religion, gender in management, identity and intersectionality ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women in Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to Dr Daleen Alexander, who heads up undergraduate studies at the Department of Psychology, School of Human and Community Development, University of the Witwatersrand. Dr Alexander has a dual career as an academic and practitioner in psychology with specific i ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week on Womanity-Women In Unity, Dr. Amaleya Goneos-Malka talks to South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Communication Ms Pinky Kekana. We discuss the importance of ICT in South Africa’s future and the role of government to facilitate access to 21st century technology across society to optimise businesses, generate new employm ...…
 
Teaching while black. Why is it important for black children to have black teachers working in the classroom and in the administration office. How can non-black educators learn from black educators so that they can teach black children more effectively? What does it mean when teachers say, Teaching While Black. We will talk about the book and t ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to the Vice-President of the Pan African University and Dean of the Mamelodi Campus University of Pretoria - Professor Nthabiseng Audrey Ogude. We discuss some of the intrinsics of the institution’s anchor strategy which inextricably links the future of the community of Mamelodi with that of the University’s M ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to the Deputy Minister of Transport - Lydia Sindisiwe Chikunga – who shares some of the factors that contributed to her pursuit of a career in politics, which ignited in childhood, stemmed from the recognition of deep social injustices and a need to fight the system which rendered the black population unable t ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to Ms Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah who is the Deputy Prime Minister of Namibia, as well as the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation of Namibia, and Vice-President of Namibia’s ruling party SWAPO - who retraces some of the steps in her enduring political career. We discuss the liberation movement in Na ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to reigning Miss SA Tamaryn Green about the 2018 Miss SA pageant, which celebrated its Diamond Jubilee (60th anniversary) this year, and the responsibilities and privileges associated with being Miss SA. We discuss some of the women’s empowerment work Tamaryn is involved with, through her sponsors, like Cell C ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to award winning musician Wanda Baloyi. We discuss some of the landmarks in her career, which started osmotically when she accompanied her father to studio, but officially launched with her debut group Ghetto-Luv to her latest upcoming project that delves into her roots. We recognise the important role musicia ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to the Former President of Liberia – Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. We discuss some of the qualitative achievements that her administration accomplished during her tenure, such as maintaining peace, giving women a voice, and hope to a nation that was in despair. In terms of women in leadership President Johnson Sirlea ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to the Ambassador of Tunisia to South Africa - Narjes Dridi. We discuss the challenges as well as achievements that Tunisian women have experienced in their journey to empowerment, tracing back to the first queen of Carthage (ancient Tunisia), circa 800BC. Ambassador Dridi emphasises the paradigm shift of 1956 ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to the Ambassador of Mexico to South Africa - Ana Luisa Fajer. We discuss some of the milestones in her three decade career as a diplomat with a special interest in Africa that began during her tertiary studies. We consider the impact that gender parity legislation in political parties had in Mexico’s 2018 gen ...…
 
After 72 episodes, Female Trouble is coming to an end. For this final episode, past guests of the podcast sent in voice memos updating listeners on what they’ve been up to since appearing on Female Trouble, and talking about about how they’d like to see the conversation around women change in this city. Here is a collection of some of the voice ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to Professor Maryna Steyn – Head of School: Anatomical Sciences Faculty of Health Sciences WITS University. We discuss her work in forensic anthropology, which primarily involves the analysis of human remains and identification of individuals. We reflect on some of her notable cases and the applications of tec ...…
 
Actors from various hit web series share their stories of success and why being an actor is their calling. They will also discuss why web series is important for the growth of black cinema and how it gives content creators a voice that is not controlled by major corporations. Lastly, the actors will share advice and tips for aspiring actors and ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to the incoming Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town - Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng. We discuss some of her strategic plans for the university when she assumes office, particularly in the areas of transformation and the university’s role in Africa to deepen its links with the continent. We discuss so ...…
 
Stuff we talked about: Barenaked LadiesEve 6State Champshttp://Unplacedpodcast.com Our other works: http://DownTownIsABand.com http://PodcastAdvocate.Network https://TheSoundAndTheStory.Show http://bit.ly/NAFTmusic Our social handles: @NAFTpod for episode updates and to reach both of us, but mostly Brendan @ThePodPlaylist for podcast recommenda ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Telecommunications & Postal Services Ms Stella Tembisa Ndabeni-Abrahams. She previously served as the Deputy Minister of the Department of Communications from 2014 to 2017. She has been a member of several portfolio committees including Communication and Defence, and has be ...…
 
This broadcast is about homelessness, affordable housing, and mental health issues as it relates to homelessness. Our panel will share their personal experiences with being homeless, as well as how they are battling these issues and helping communities overcome homelessness and lack of affordable housing. Gentrification is also a factor in home ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to Nicole Ferreira-Dill, principal dancer of the Joburg Ballet. She shares insights into this classical art-form through her personal experiences and journey to the pinnacle of her career. We discuss the dynamics of training to perfect performances, collaborating with a company comprising of dancers from diffe ...…
 
Tracy Dimond writes about identity, chronic pain and the female body. Her latest work is a chapbook called “To Tracy Like / To Like / Like,” a longform poem about sexism, vulnerability and health, which she reads from in this episode. Tracy also co-curates Ink Press Productions, which specializes in handmade books, letterpress printing and expe ...…
 
Lights loves this review! Check out Lights on iTunes. Our other works: http://DownTownIsABand.com http://PodcastPlayl.ist https://TheSoundAndTheStory.Show http://bit.ly/NAFTmusic Our social handles: @NAFTpod for episode updates and to reach both of us, but mostly Brendan @ThePodPlaylist for podcast recommendations and to reach out only Brendan ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to Professor Helen Rees – Founder and Executive Director of the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute of the University of Witwatersrand. The institute’s core focal areas encompass HIV, sexual and reproductive health and vaccine preventable diseases. Prof. Rees highlights some of the developments in the v ...…
 
Our panelist share advice for Black Men about family, business, health, education, spirituality, and more. Our panelist will speak about their life experiences with being raised by black men, working with black men, dating black men, being in business with black men and more. The objective of this broadcast is to help usher in a standard and co ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to Dr. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka about UN Women’s activities in five priority areas to advance gender equality, which include increasing women’s leadership and participation; ending violence against women; engaging women in peace and security processes; enhancing women’s economic empowerment; and making gender eq ...…
 
Guests chorus.fm Music news, album reviews, pop-culture, commentary, and more at https://t.co/nbeRHjS1Ar • Podcast: https://t.co/0omGwjq3kH • Formerly https://t.co/OLxQkgXawy chorus.fm chorus.fm (@chorusfm) | Twitter David Kallison Amateur raconteur. Host of The Sound and the Story podcast. Author of Bob Roark’s Bedroom Bummers. David Kallison ...…
 
Channel Africa — This week we talk to Dr. Tomoko Kitagawa who is visiting South Africa with a lecture series called “The Lady Samurai”, The Role of Women in the Diplomacy during the Unification of Japan. We discuss the application of Dr Kitagawa’s work for women in contemporary society recognising the contribution of their consultative and dipl ...…
 
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