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Ikwekwezi FM Education Programs serve to delivering on the educational mandate of the public broadcaster (SABC). In true South African social tradition, Ikwekwezi FM Education Programs meet this challenge by delivering compelling educational content for diverse audiences in South Africa. The education content, gathered from a wide range of educational issues contributes to a rich cultural shared South African identity. Enriching Minds, Enriching Lives!
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SABC North West

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Sabc News North West provides a platform that extends news coverage beyond television and radio. It adds to the presence of the SABC News brand on digital platforms to be on par with the rest of the world. The news are generated SABC journalists in the North West province but is not limited to the province. Our footprint spreads across several provinces and our stories reflect as such.
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Born S’phamandla Mhlongo on 13th June 1989, MarazA is a South African musician, producer, writer, and TV maker. His main musical forte is Hip Hop and Alternative Rap (including Electronic), although he has become known for his versatility and flexibility. He is a former battle champion, having participated in and won the Jam Alley Versus Competition, The KZN leg of the Halls BeatBox Choir, and the South African Leg of Channel O MC Africa 2, of which he was the RSA champion and came third in ...
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We're Donald Monat and June Dixon, two writer-producer-performers whose professional work together has taken them to three different continents in more than fifty years of constant production for the theatre, radio, television, film and the simple, printed word. Our podcast, The Monat-Dixon Line includes contemporary comment and samples of many aspects of our work including satirical comedy sketches … original songs from musical shows we helped to create … and excerpts from some of our radio ...
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African Couch Potato: The Mash-up is a South African perspective on all things film and television. Hosted by award-winning TV producer, Gino Shelile, it mashes up in-studio interviews with industry professionals, titles to check out each week, a current film or series review, and a look at old movies that are worth rewatching.
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Our MBC Life

SHARE Cancer Support

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From SHARE Cancer Support this is Our MBC Life. A podcast dedicated to exploring life with metastatic breast cancer from the perspective of us, the people living with this disease, and the experts who partner with us to help make our lives better. So glad you’re here since no one should face MBC alone. New episodes available every other Monday and join us on the last Friday of the month for our Trailblazer series. Send your voice memos, ideas, and questions to ourmbclife@sharecancersupport.o ...
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Billionaires in Boxers TV (BiBtv) The Global Entrepreneur Network. Billionaire’s in Boxers. Stay Remote, Stay Global. Join us Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, live across Africa and online globally. Hosts Phil Pelucha & Justin Kotze, leaders of Billionaires in Boxers media, interview global experts to provide their audience with actionable steps to take control of their financial freedom. The ability to work from wherever you want, whenever you want. Join the Remote Working Revolution for i ...
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CancerCare's free Connect Education Workshops are a way for people to learn about cancer-related issues from the convenience of their home or office. Leading experts in oncology provide the most up-to-date information in these workshops to help you and your loved ones better understand and cope with your cancer diagnosis, treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, treatment side effects, pain management, doctor-patient communication and other important topics.
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While annual major scientific meetings are the venue to stay up-to-date in your clinical area, it is near impossible to attend all breaking news sessions. Through interviews with experts, Healio’s Meeting Mic provides a post-meeting wrap-up of the most important content that listeners can consume on-the-go.
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Welcome. You're probably here 'cause you're looking to get away and have a little laugh. I'll do you one better, I'll also let you in on what's happening in the (music) news at the same time. So since you're here already, Why Don't We Hang?😁
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Analysis on election trends and some interesting developments as the day progresses. Among those is some social media posts claiming that some election results have been declared and this includes results from the international votes. GUEST: Dr Sithembile Mbete, Lecturer in the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria…
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In conversation with Professor Daryl Glaser on why he thinks today’s election is the most pivotal election South Africans have faced since 1994. He will also share his thoughts on theory and practice of democracy in South Africa as we witness it today. GUEST: Daryl Glaser, Professor of Political Studies @ Wits University…
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We hear from Professor John Stremlau in terms of how this election is being viewed abroad and the global expectations thereof. This as some analysts argue that today’s election may serve as a turning point for the nation if the ANC receives less than 50% of the vote. GUEST: Dr John Stremlau, Visiting Professor of International Relations at Wits Uni…
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Post the IEC press briefing. We speak to Granville Abrahams, IEC General Manager for Electoral Matters who says the commission faced some technical challenges in some voting stations this morning, but they managed to turn things around as they had to resort to the old paper voters roll method to sort out the problem. GUEST: Granville Abrahams, IEC …
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In this second of three episodes on managing bone metastases in MBC, we bring you a broad review of the major interventions to treat and manage bone mets. We explain the differences among the specialties of Radiology (think x-rays and PET/CT scans) vs. Radiation Oncology (external beam, Stereotactic Radiation Surgery (SRS) or Stereotactic Body Radi…
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There are concerns about possible election related violence in the 2024 National and Provincial elections. Political party fragmentation, inter party competition and political gangsterism, that have led to a rise in assassinations, contribute to these fears. In 2020, South Africa adopted a Nation Action Plan (NAP) on Women Peace and Security (2020-…
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Zimbabwe’s telecommunications regulator has approved the licensing of Elon Musk’s Starlink. President Emmerson Mnangagwa said in a statement. The decision “is expected to result in the deployment of high speed, low cost, LEO (low-Earth-orbit) internet infrastructure throughout Zimbabwe and particularly in all the rural areas,” A World Bank report i…
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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) will once again be part of the South African elections, utilising its election night prediction model for the 2024 national and provincial elections. This model was first introduced by the CSIR during the 1999 general elections. During the last 10 South African elections, specifically the 19…
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Ahead of tomorrow’s national and provincial elections. Former Treasury Director General, Dondo Mogajane is calling on business leaders to rally behind the new administration, irrespective of political affiliations, arguing that the size and complexity of our country's issues requires collective effort to address. GUEST: Dondo Mogajane, Chairman of …
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The Global Watch: As South Africans will be heading to the polls tomorrow. Some top scholars are concerned about the xenophobic rhetoric that was used during campaigning. Professor Jonathan Jansen is one of them and he says xenophobia “is targeting our top scientists, particularly the ones from the African continent”. He joins us now to elaborate f…
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The Democratic Alliance has filed an application in the Electoral Court against ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa, arguing that he has violated the Electoral Code of Conduct post his state of the nation address this past Sunday. The party says Ramaphosa abused the highest office in the land for flagrant electioneering. For more analysis on this, we are…
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My Vote Counts and civil society and community-based organisations have collaborated to produce a detailed analysis of the major political parties’ 2024 election manifestos. The analysis focuses on several key issues and was developed through the lens of social justice and progressive politics that seeks to position people’s rights at the centre of…
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Yesterday we spoke to Jack Devnarian from the South African Guild of Actors about issues that were brought to light relating to background actors, popularly known as extras, being placed in what the production company, Bomb, called unauthorized camps. Bomb productions released a statement on this matter. GUEST: Thabo Boom from Bomb Production…
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As we all get ready to vote today, tomorrow and Wednesday, the shady world of social media influencers on platform X is revealed, where paid campaigns by political parties and interest groups distort public discourse, leaving voters swiping through a maze of manipulated endorsements without a clue. Guest: Kyle Findlay, Social Media Researcher and c…
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Still on the KZN vote rigging allegations, asking should we be worried that violence may ensue given what MK members did yesterday? For more on this we speak to Dr Johan Burger, Independent Crime and Policing Consultant. You may recall as well that yesterday members of the National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure (NatJOINTS) briefed th…
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Professor Pierre De Vos wrote a piece that was published today on Electoral fraud. The main point is; There may be glitches during the 2024 elections, but South Africa has safeguards to prevent large-scale cheating. Guest: Professor Pierre De Vos, Constitutional law expert based at the University of Cape Town…
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The Border Management Authority tighten its detection systems at South Africa’s ports of entry. The Border Management Authority has intercepted 28 Bangladeshi nationals who had landed at the OR Tambo International Airport on a flight from Dubai over the weekend. The Border Management Authority said it will continue to tighten its detection systems …
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The Eastern Cape's OR Tambo District Municipality has called for the communities to be on high alert as a violent protest continues to cause havoc in the area. The protest, allegedly by taxi operators, has seen numerous roads closed since this morning. The affected roads include the N2 between Mthatha and Qumbu as well as the R61 between Mthatha an…
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Following some disturbing media reports that the background actors working at ‘Shaka Ilembe’ have reported living and working conditions that are inhumane and dangerous. We hear from the South African Guild of Actors – this as they have confirmed receiving several verified reports on this issue. GUEST: Jack Devnarain, Chairperson of the South Afric…
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Burkina Faso coup leader Capt. Ibrahim Traore will remain in office for another five years following the signing of a new charter that was boycotted by most political parties we understand. According to the new charter. Traore will be able to run in elections at the end of the five-year transition period. GUEST: Dr David Matsanga, Political analyst…
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The Independent Electoral Commission’s Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, Masego Shiburi, says legal action will be taken against members of the uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK) Party for illegally interfering with operations in one of its warehouses at Hammarsdale, west of Durban. This comes after videos circulating on social media showing MK members citing ir…
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In today's episode we reach new heights when Gino gets the opportunity for a one on one with the legendary Mandlankayise Walter Dube. Director, producer, co-screenwriter, Mandla (to his friends) is a writer and award-winning South African cinematographer. His diverse work includes documentaries, shorts, theatre and feature films. Mandla’s work in f…
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As our country is getting ready for its most tightly contested general election since 1994. Today we hear from an independent candidate Anele Mda. According to her campaign, Mda is very committed to upholding the values of integrity, transparency, and service to the people of South Africa. She says if you vote for her – she is dedicated to bringing…
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Today’s court ruling marked the third time this year the 15-judge panel has issued preliminary orders seeking to rein in the death toll and alleviate humanitarian suffering in Gaza. For more reaction we speak to…. GUEST: (Germany): Ibrahim El Zayat, Executive Member of the International Union of Muslim Scholars & member of the Council of European M…
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The Electoral Commission has assured the nation that it has stringent security measures in place to prevent vote rigging and voter fraud. They join us now to elaborate further on this as there are those who are concerned that the upcoming election might be rigged. GUEST: Mosotho Moepya, Chairperson of the Electoral Commission…
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Appearing before the ICJ last week, Gilad Noam, co-agent of Israel, refuted South Africa’s claims of genocide, terming it an “obscene exploitation” of the “most sacred” Genocide Convention. What next for Israel post today’s court ruling? GUEST: Arsen Ostrovsky, Attorney & CEO of The International Legal Forum, and Senior Fellow at the Misgav Institu…
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Earlier today, President Cyril Ramaphosa signed the national council on gender-based violence and femicide as well as the National Prosecuting Authority amendment bills into law. According to the office of the president, the signing of the NPA Amendment Bill will ensure malfeasance is done away with in the private and public sectors. On 25 October …
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As we head into the final weekend before our general elections. Today we unpack Rise Mzansi’s Election Manifesto. The party’s manifesto proposes among other things that they will use a combination of state income grants and food discount vouchers for grant recipients, increase access to piped water in rural areas, avail land for own-food production…
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The Election Watch: With South Africa holding its seventh democratic elections in less than seven days. Voters will for the first time receive three ballot papers instead of two ballots. According to the IEC, the use of the three ballots follows the amendment of the Electoral Act, which was signed into law in April last year. The phenomenon of thre…
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Earlier today, the Legal Resource Centre alongside the Human Rights Media Trust and the German Aid agency, Brot fur die Welt launched a nationwide accountability campaign: State Capture and Beyond. This initiative is meant to address the epidemic corruption plaguing our young democracy, aiming to foster public participation in holding state power a…
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