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Find out what happens when two stubborn, overachieving best friends get married - and take on everything from the latest world events to life’s unwritten rules. Hosts Laila Alawa and Afif Rahman debate everything from spitting game and how to properly load the dishwasher to ‘90s music and the pursuit of a paycheck. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and sometimes, you’ll wonder where we’ve been all your life. Brand new episodes every Tuesday. A production by The Tempest Studio, an arm of The Tempest. ...
 
POWER Talk is a mid-morning talk show programme, hosted by renowned broadcaster, Thabiso Kotane. The show delves deeper into the news of the day along with larger societal themes, inviting listeners to help unpack issues on the day’s current affairs agenda and topics close to their hearts. Aldrin also interviews the biggest newsmakers and experts in South Africa, helping listeners makes sense of their world.
 
POWER Talk is a mid-morning talk show programme, hosted by renowned broadcaster, Thabiso Kotane. The show delves deeper into the news of the day along with larger societal themes, inviting listeners to help unpack issues on the day’s current affairs agenda and topics close to their hearts. Thabiso also interviews the biggest newsmakers and experts in South Africa, helping listeners makes sense of their world.
 
Brought to you by political scientist Lukhona Mnguni, POWER Perspective is a talkback show, typically featuring no-holds barred discussions ranging from politics and socioeconomic matters to religion and lifestyle topics. POWER Perspective brings you hard-hitting interviews and debates featuring all the big names in politics. This show has a dedicated fanbase of “Perspectivians” and is a must-listen in order to understand what is happening politically in the South Africa of today.
 
Dean DeLisle sits down with influencer guests to discuss their story, how they became an influencer, and tips on how you can become an influencer. Sponsored by Planable Theme Music Produced by Sonixphere Video Production by Social Jack™ Productions Social Media Engagement by Social Jack™ Influencer Team Voice-Over by Laila Wenrich Brought to you by Social Jack™ About Dean DeLisle... For the past 30 years, I’ve been passionate about helping our clients build "Community" for the purpose of ret ...
 
The loneliness collaboration podcast is an exciting new podcast diving into the topic of mental health hosted by illustrators Venus Libido and Natalie Byrne. The podcast strives to give not only honest and truthful accounts of mental health experiences but also attempts to give solutions. Each episodes tackles a new subject from bullying, suicide, men’s mental health, addiction and much much more.
 
The Remote Show is an interview style podcast devoted to all things remote work, entrepreneurship, business and much more. We dive into our guest's personal journey, discuss tips, tools, management concepts and much more in order to help today's remote worker be more productive and fulfilled in work and in life.
 
#GetSome is a weekly podcast hosted by comedian and actor Gary Owen. Each Get Some episode Gary Owen serves up a hefty dose of ADHD, barbershop-style storytelling focused on his most recent experiences on the road as a stand-up comedian. Gary Owen is sometimes joined by special celebrity guests to discuss the latest in popular culture, sports, and live entertainment. Subscribe to Get Some on all your favorite podcasting platforms.For Business Opportunities contact: GetSome@MalkaMedia.com
 
Interviews with activists, social scientists, entrepreneurs and change-makers about the most effective strategies to expand humanity’s moral circle, with an emphasis on expanding the circle to farmed animals. Host Jamie Harris, a researcher at moral expansion think tank Sentience Institute, takes a deep dive with guests into advocacy strategies from political initiatives to corporate campaigns to technological innovation to consumer interventions, and discusses advocacy lessons from history, ...
 
Carla Hall has a mantra: “Say yes. Adventure follows, then growth.” Taking risks is how she became a world-renowned chef (two-time Top Chef Finalist) and television personality (Netflix’s Crazy Delicious, Good Morning America). All along the way, she’s had to deal with people saying “No" to her—a lot. And she’s not the only one. On SAY YES!, Carla connects with people who've found success through adversity. In each conversation, her guests talk about how they overcame their own challenges, a ...
 
Motivate U! is a podcast created for those looking to improve themselves in life, business and relationships one day at a time. June Archer, national recording artist turned executive and now author and motivational speaker interviews experts and notables on a variety of topics. Motivate U! with June Archer is dedicated to transforming minds and developing leaders. This podcast will feature dialogue relating to life, love, business and all things inspirational with guests sharing their stori ...
 
From Depop to TikTok, Facebook to Buzzfeed, THIS IS HOW is the podcast where we break down the jobs which matter now, to show how they could be part of your future. Feeling inspired? Access free resources and learning content recommended by all our guests at thisishow.uk/learn.
 
Raising Brave Beauties was created for moms and daughters to listen together in order to be more connected to each other and God. Join us each week as we welcome great guests and their daughters as we tackle tough topics. Co-hosted by Mental Health Professional Michelle Nietert, MA, LPC-S and Proverbs 31 Ministries writer and Speaker Lynn Cowell, authors of Loved and Cherished for Girls.
 
Spit is an iHeartRadio podcast with 23andMe where host Baratunde Thurston sits down with the most interesting cultural influencers of our time to explore how DNA testing gives us a new perspective on who we are and how we are all connected. Join us for an intimate conversation and the unscripted thoughts and opinions of award-winning recording artists John Legend, Melissa Etheridge, Wyclef Jean and Pete Wentz as we talk science vs stories, nature vs nurture, family, race and a whole lot more ...
 
My name is Daniel Philben and a couple of months ago I had a crazy idea to go out and interview 100 entrepreneurs from around the world. The interviews range from VC's and startup founders to companies turning over $250 million in revenue. If you are looking to start or grow your business or take it international than this is a great podcast for you. The goal for Entrepreneur Abroad is to inspire and educate entrepreneurs to start something that matters and to go out there and make a big imp ...
 
More Than One Thing will pull back the curtain on successful creatives whose journeys appear seemingly perfect. They are not. No one, if they are being truthful, has it all figured out. I want to highlight those multi-hyphenates who are open enough to share their grit. Through a series of interviews, More than One Thing reveals how each guest broke societal norms, found a way to climb outside that perfectly packaged box of expectations and found success in not just one thing, but many. This ...
 
A forward-thinking interview series examining the business of progressive coffee culture. The 5THWAVE Podcast is hosted by Jeffrey Young, Editor-in-Chief of 5THWAVE magazine and Founder of Allegra Group. Each episode features inspiring stories, business lessons, and thought leadership from the entrepreneurs and industry experts blazing trails to success across the world of coffee. The podcast will delve into the detail of achieving operational excellence, get to grips with green coffee sourc ...
 
The Review Panel is a regular discussion forum founded and moderated by David Cohen, publisher and editor of the online magazine artcritical.com. Each time Cohen is joined by three guests, who include leading American critics, as they debate the merits of current shows of contemporary art before a live audience. The series has been hosted in New York by the National Academy Museum since 2004 and in Philadelphia by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts since 2012.
 
Welcome to “Harmony and Hijinks”, the show in which the women of the New York City-based vocal trio Duchess explore and celebrate harmony, both in—and outside of—the world of music. When we started singing together we discovered that humor, collaboration, and (yes) imperfection were essential ingredients for our signature style of harmony. So, we are setting out to explore how creative people from all walks of life use those same ingredients to find joy and success in their chosen field. Alo ...
 
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Laila's Wisdom is the second studio album by American rapper Rapsody, released on September 22, 2017. We review this album on this episode of Shades of Us: The Review. #ShadesofUs Facebook: Shades of Us. Twitter: Shades of Us Media. LinkedIn: Shades of Us. Instagram: Shades of Us Media. Blog: Shades of Us Vlog: Shades of Us Africa Credit: Steady Lo…
 
Jeffrey Young speaks with Laila Ghambari, Director of Cafes at Stumptown Coffee Roasters, to get a glimpse into how the pioneering specialty coffee business manages its cafes and learn how she has been steering the ship through the turbulent waters of the pandemic. We originally spoke to Laila for our episode on Fostering team culture, but she offe…
 
Watch on Youtube: https://youtu.be/W76mI61x-GQVik4S presents EDM Mix of latest song "Solo Laila" by Ipsitaa, Tanishk Bagchi, Vayu. Solo Laila EDM version remix 2021______________________________Facebook: https://facebook.com/djvik4s​Website: https://www.djvik4s.com​Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4rPNy...​Support & Donate: http://paypal.me…
 
Moroccan American novelist Laila Lalami uses fiction as a vehicle to showcase “overlooked” North African stories and experiences. Notable examples include her 2014 breakout The Moor’s Account, which reconstructs the journeys of the New World’s first explorer of color. It won the American Book Award and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Lalami’s follow…
 
For Valentine's Day this year, I decided to do something different. Most year's I post an hour plus of music appropriate for the holiday, allowing you to download and enjoy the uninterrupted jazz as you celebrate with your valentine. This year I asked myself - what if instead, I asked someone else to come up with a play list? In fact, what if I ask…
 
Living in Bondage: Breaking Free, also known as Living in Bondage II, is a 2019 Nigerian supernatural thriller. We review this movie on this episode of Shades of Us: The Review. #ShadesofUs Facebook: Shades of Us. Twitter: Shades of Us Media. LinkedIn: Shades of Us. Instagram: Shades of Us Media. Blog: Shades of Us Vlog: Shades of Us Africa Credit:…
 
"Jealous" is a song by English electronic musician Labrinth. We review this song on this episode of Shades of Us: The Review. #ShadesofUs Facebook: Shades of Us. Twitter: Shades of Us Media. LinkedIn: Shades of Us. Instagram: Shades of Us Media. Blog: Shades of Us Vlog: Shades of Us Africa Credit: Steady Love by India.Arie Image: The Times…
 
Chesa Boudin, the recently elected district attorney of San Francisco, talks about prisoners as parents—he grew up with parents in prison (David Gilbert and Kathy Boudin), and wrote about it for The Nation. Also: Amy Wilentz reports on the huge protests in Port-au-Prince last Sunday, the biggest in decades, and asks: Why is the Biden administration…
 
Lauren Fox is an acknowledged master of the family novel. Readers enjoyed their first taste of her achingly funny take on marriage, friendship, and domesticity in Still Life with Husband (2007) – a literary debut that The New York Times heralded as “the arrival of an immensely gifted writer.” Fox’s follow-ups, Friends Like Us (2012) and Days of Awe…
 
Sometimes getting a creative project done means being willing to risk failure - that’s what award winning author Danielle Evans learned from writing her second book, The Office of Historical Corrections. Danielle talks to Carla about how she tricked herself into writing through a block, and how feedback provides important insight during the writing…
 
Trade union federation Cosatu has cautioned ill-discipline among leaders in the African National Congress (ANC) since its Nasrec elective conference in 2017. Cosatu told journalists that its central executive committee felt that the ANC was struggling to function as a unitary organisation, with some leaders even showing disdain for the party’s own …
 
Former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Mmusi Maimane on Sunday addressed DA leader John Steenhuisen’s comments in the Sunday Times, where he said the DA is keen to work with “reformist” in the ANC - such as President Cyril Ramaphosa. Maimane argued that the party's announcement that it was considering a possible coalition with the ANC after the 202…
 
This week we speak about great success stories, stories about people who never gave up. We see so many rejections in these times where many people want to give up. In this week’s edition of the Opportunity Corner, we bring some positive inspiration. POWER Talk host Thabiso Kotane speaks to serial entrepreneur and CEO of Raizcorp Allon Raiz. See omn…
 
“There’s a good trumpet player in George Gruntz’s band I heard at the Berlin Jazz Festival. He can play his ass off. If I was picking a trumpet player, I would pick him. He can play anything.” - Miles Davis, talking about Franco Ambrosetti in 1987. The ageless Franco Ambrosetti has kept himself very busy the past few years. In 2019, he put together…
 
Pelecehan seksual pada perempuan masih tumbuh subur di Internet, termasuk media sosial. Misalnya, revenge porn yang marak sejak tahun 2010-an. Istilah resmi pelecehan ini adalah Kekerasan Berbasis Gender Online (KBGO).Dampak KBGO besar bagi korban, tapi kasusnya sering dianggap "ringan", cuma karena terjadi online.Di episode ini, Kejar Paket Pintar…
 
Eduardo Porter is an economics reporter for The New York Times. His distinguished career in journalism has taken him to Mexico City, São Paulo, Tokyo, and many points in between. He currently co-hosts The Pie, a podcast on pandemic economics sponsored by the University of Chicago, which explores the financial and social ramifications of the ongoing…
 
Although not defined in the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 (the Act), nor in the Regulations thereto, “blacklisting” is a far too familiar concept to most South African consumers and businesses. “Blacklisting” can be defined as the submission of negative payment information to a registered credit bureau. (LS Crawford v JD Group Limited 2015). In th…
 
North West Premier Job Mokgoro, delivered his State of the Province address yesterday. Where he spoke about the province being administration and allegation of corruption that confront the province. In this conversation, Thabiso Kotane speaks to the Premier as we reflect on both matters of the province and the progress he has made since he took up …
 
His love for teaching and his passion for bettering the lives of rural pupils resulted in physical science teacher Sizwe Kubheka working for six months without getting paid. Now his dedication has been rewarded after six of the pupils in his physical science class of 33 obtained distinctions while no-one failed the subject. In the next half hour, T…
 
Zero Dropout yesterday launched its new research report that looks at how the pandemic has intensified vulnerabilities to school dropout. Covid-19 school closures, coupled with the economic effects of the pandemic, have both widened and deepened the cracks learners must traverse on the path to school completion. Gaps in learning have increased; div…
 
Not knowing how to handle school opening for COVID last year was ok. Not knowing what to do now is not acceptable. Are we keeping our kids safe by NOT opening schools? Most schools in California have not gone back in almost a year. "The only way out is through..."Feel free to Tweet us at: @jamalcrook@donwettrick*Please be respectful.…
 
Following our conversation on the Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act. The Compensation Fund wished to clarify and respond to some of the details concerns raised about the legislation. In this next segment, we will hear for them and dive into some of these concerns about the Amendment Bill. Commissioner of The Compensation Fund Vuyo Mafata clari…
 
A group of human rights lawyers are preparing a class-action lawsuit against Uber South Africa. They're petitioning the courts to have drivers recognised as employees, which will entitle them to compensation for overtime and holiday pay. A South African firm is taking on the case in partnership with a UK-based law firm. In the next segment, we dive…
 
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni announced a raft of changes for South African consumers and businesses during his Budget Speech for 2021. We joined by the managing director, of Banking Association of South Africa Bongiwe Kunene, the national director at Black Sash as well as economist Redge Nkosi to unpack the 2021 budget on POWER Talk. See omnystudi…
 
In July 2018, 12 youth soccer players and their coach found themselves trapped 6 miles deep in a cave with no food or water and depleting oxygen. The rock formed maze became almost completely submerged as the water rose to levels nearly impossible for survival. There was no light and no way to communicate with the outside world. The first season of…
 
What are we going to do about the 74 million people who voted for Trump? Katha Pollitt has been thinking about that—and about proposals that we should try to find common ground with the 75 percent who have told pollsters they think Trump “definitely” or “probably” won the election. Also: Historian Eric Foner talks about Will Smith’s 6-part series o…
 
In a recent podcast, we talked about jazz musicians who look forward by looking back. This podcast, featuring pianist Chris Pattishall shows another facet of that idea. Pattishall’s debut CD, Zodiac, is his take on the legendary Mary Lou Williams’ “Zodiac Suite.” Pattishall became aware of Ms. Williams while living in Durham, North Carolina, where …
 
We [Faunalytics] put out a lot of things in 2020. Some of the favorites that I [Jo] have, probably top of the list, I’m really excited about our animal product impact scales, where we did a lot of background research to figure out and estimate the impact of replacing various animal products with plant-based or cultivated alternatives. Apart from th…
 
President Cyril Ramaphosa in his 2021 State of the Nation Address (Sona) indicated the intentions of his administration of professionalising local government in South Africa. Over the years, this sphere of governance has experienced chronic challenges of underperformance characterised by poor financial management, political interference, corruption…
 
President Cyril Ramaphosa in his 2021 State of the Nation Address (Sona) indicated the intentions of his administration of professionalising local government in South Africa. Over the years, this sphere of governance has experienced chronic challenges of underperformance characterised by poor financial management, political interference, corruption…
 
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Labour has recently closed its public call for submissions on the proposed Coida Amendment Bill, with amendments through the addition of sub-section 43 (4). Groups such as the South African Medical Association, (SAMA) the United Domestic Workers of South Africa and the Injured Workers Action Group (IWAG) hav…
 
A few weeks ago the Gauteng department of Transport and Road Infrastructure, following a commission of inquiry into taxi violence in Gauteng revealed there were still over 505 unsolved cases due to shoddy police investigations. The MEC of Transport ad Road Infrastructure in Gauteng, Jacob Mamabolo released a report on taxi violence and the industry…
 
A few weeks ago the Gauteng department of Transport and Road Infrastructure, following a commission of inquiry into taxi violence in Gauteng revealed there were still over 505 unsolved cases due to shoddy police investigations. The MEC of Transport ad Road Infrastructure in Gauteng, Jacob Mamabolo released a report on taxi violence and the industry…
 
One in six couples are diagnosed with infertility. That is according to the Infertility Awareness Association of South Africa (IFAASA), who encourages couples to seek help to ensure a proper diagnosis and informed decision, and for the population to educate themselves about infertility and to remember that pregnancy is a privilege that not every co…
 
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