Best Scrapping podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Laugh on Track
Weekly
 
A Christian comedy podcast featuring hilarity of biblical proportions.
 
In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.
 
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Kelly Cutrara
Weekly+
 
Kelly Cutrara brings 20 years of national and international broadcasting experience to her show – not to mention a razor-sharp wit. Join us as Kelly guides you through amazing stories and interviews with fascinating people daily.
 
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Connecting Vets
Weekly+
 
Connecting Vets Every Day
 
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Leadermorphosis
Monthly
 
Leadermorphosis is a podcast exploring the emerging world of self-management and progressive organisations. Hosted by Lisa Gill, each episode features a guest thought leader or practitioner offering a unique perspective on new and innovative ways of working. Leadermorphosis is powered by Tuff Leadership Training, a team of consultants and coaches who train managers in a style of leadership that produces motivated, responsible employees and self-reliant teams.
 
The smartest guys in marketing is the best show on the planet for client businesses to learn about traffic, funnels, sales, conversions, and marketing coolness. Chris and Taylor are the founders of Traffic and Funnels, a digital marketing consultancy helping you get paid clients from cold traffic, daily.
 
Kieno Kammies has become synonymous with asking tough questions. Kieno is dismissive of spin and invites opinions challenging his own. It’s not all hard talk with this experienced journalist and radio personality. Kieno cares deeply about the community in which he lives and works. His compassion for those less fortunate, those who have been wronged or ignored by the state is evident.
 
The SaaS Revolution Show, hosted by Alex Theuma, brings you insights and tactics from the greatest SaaS minds in Europe and across the world. Revolutionary founders, executives, and investors openly share wisdom on attracting and keeping customers, growing companies in unlikely places, scaling globally, successfully reaching the SaaS high skies, and never giving up. The SaaS Revolution Show is brought to you by SaaStock, Europe’s only B2B SaaS conference, which takes place in Dublin, Ireland.
 
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The Israel Podcast
Monthly
 
A bi-weekly podcast on current political events in Israel. We'll be offering analysis, clarification and discussions of internal politics, security issues, and foreign affairs. About me: I'm an Israeli political theory Ph.D. student at the Harvard University Government Department. Interested in ideas, institutions and good old fashioned politics, security, and foreign policy. Especially in Israel. Before grad-school I worked as a policy analyst at Molad, a political think-tank and wrote a da ...
 
From big announcements and algorithm changes through to emerging trends and tips, our bite-sized bulletins will keep you regularly up to date on the biggest developments in digital marketing. With every update, the experts from Stickyeyes will use their experience in SEO, PPC, content marketing, social media and PR to explain the impact that the big changes have on you and your brand. Find out more at http://www.stickyeyes.com/video
 
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Focus on Brazil: Brazil to drop visas for visitors from the US, Australia, and Japan Guest: Prof. Lyal White, Director at Johannesburg Business School
 
Guest: Tara Polzer-Ngwato, Research Director at Social Survey’s Africa Topic: Might South Africa see influx of migrants from Zimbabwe?
 
Africa Report: AU scrapping plans in ending delegations to the DRC Guest: Jean-Jacques Cornish
 
World View from London: Mexico’s Oil Tragedy Guest: Adam Gilchrist, UK 1). Migrant Drownings (a high death toll from 2 wrecks in the Mediterranean). 2). Mexico’s Oil Tragedy (an attempted theft has left 73 people dead). 3). The Holocaust Funeral (respects are paid to 6 Jewish victims of the Nazis).
 
Topic: Discovery Health not waiving co-payment fee as promised on air Guests: Colin Peckham Choir Director And Artistic Director at Cape Town Gospel Choir and Dr. Ryan Noach Deputy Chief Executive at Discovery Heal
 
Guest: Abram Mashego, Investigative Journalist - City Press Topic: Bosasa: just the tip of a huge, dirty iceberg
 
Guest: Zahid Badroodien, Mayco Member for Area South Topic: Permits for public displays of creative works Host: Kieno Kammies
 
Guest: Segran Nair, Director of Open Academic Programmes at Graduate School of Business (GSB UCT) Host: Kieno Kammies Topic: MBA courses evolving to provide business leadership skills for Africa
 
Guest: Dave Hutchison, Founder at Sexy Socks Topic: SOCKDROP to provide more than a thousand learners with school socks
 
Barbs' Wire: By: Barbara Friedman, Cape Talk 1, A Native American man was seemingly mocked by a group of young guys wearing MEGA caps...and it has gone viral 2. A zoo in the UK opened a retirement home for sloths where they can go to comfortably live out their golden years 3. Nike's latest footwear may be taking the 'green' idea too far?…
 
Kelly gets the details from Deputy Fire Chief Jim Jessop.
 
After President Trump grounded House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent trip to Afghanistan, we explore what veterans are saying on Twitter. And is Netflix really making a Space Force TV show with Steve Carell from The Office? Reporter Kaylah Jackson helps us imagine who the classic TV show characters would be if they were in the military.…
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Leigh Meinert is the CEO at Tsiba Education Administration(Tsiba) explains why they are a good, affordable option for matriculants wanting to further their education in 2019.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Brad Bing of Sporting Chance Foundation (SCF) talks about teaming up with the Western Cape Department of Education to launch a physical education intervention at under-resourced schools.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Sikonathi Mantshantsha Deputy Editor at Financial Mail Bosasa the state capture kingpin
 
The World View American Space Weapons a new report points to orbiting defence. A Global Coffee Crisis? potentially coffee production could take a hit. Prince Philip’s Car Crash he over turned a car but walked away uninjured.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Joshua Emanuel 2017 Megaloop champion at Redbull Kite surfer Joshua Emanuel talks about his preparation for this year's Red Bull King of The Air comp which is set to take place between January 26 and February 10 at Blouberg's Kite Beach.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Gerhard Schutte, CEO of the Red Meat Producers' Organisation What might the impact be of the outbreak of foot and mouth disease in northern Limpopo and the subsequent export ban of South African red meat on the domestic red meat market?
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to South African Post Office CEO Mark Barnes and News24 investigative journalist, Kyle Cowan has been probing Bosasa corruption for years and explains why it is a much more dangerous situation than what has been heard at the Zondo Commission in the last two days.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Alderman JP Smith about the City of Cape Town expanding its Graffiti Unit by bringing in 168 temporary workers from the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) to tackle the problem of illegal graffiti that plagues many of the city's neighbourhoods.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Jasper Horrell, founder and CEO of Deep Data Is the #10yearchallenge meme all fun and games or could there be an underlying reason for getting people to submit their photos taken 10 years apart? Might it be used to improve age-progression and face-recognition software?
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Innocent Zungu built a reputation on his amazing sand sculptures on Durban beaches. He has now relocated to the Cape and is continuing with his eyecatching work.
 
On this week’s podcast, we talk with Liam Martin, Co-founder of Time Doctor and staff.com and organiser of Running Remote, a conference devoted to leaders and executives from companies with remote work culture. We chat about hiring well and creating a healthy and strong culture remotely. Time Doctor measures remote employee productivity and sta ...…
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Steve Reid, Manager of the Centre for Entrepreneurship and Rapid Incubator at False Bay College, explains how they are breeding the next generation of business pioneers.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Dr Sara Pienaar Expert on Russia , former director at SA Institute for International Affairs.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Maarten Ackerman, Chief economist at Citadel looks at two scenarios that could emerge from the Nersa tariff application hearings. He unpacks what happens to our economy if the request is denied, and if it is granted.
 
The World View The Boy In A Well it looks like heartbreak for a Spanish family. Theresa’s Troubles although the U.K. PM won a vote of no confidence. Bird Box Challenges YouTube has had to remove videos inspired by the film.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Dr Terry Fitzsimmons, of the AIBE Centre for Gender Equality in the Workplace at the University of Queensland, explains the results of a groundbreaking study into confidence levels among girls at gendersegregated schools.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Jasmine Opperman Africa Director for the Terrorism, Research and Analysis Consortium Africa Director for the Terrorism, Research and Analysis Consortium, Jasmine Opperman, provides insight into the terror threat posed by Al Shabaab following the deadly attack on Nairobi's DusitD2 complex that left 14 dead.…
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Western Cape Education MEC Debbie Schafer, reflects on a Cape High Court ruling which effectively keeps the doors of Uitsig High School open, despite the department's insistence it be shut down for safety reasons, a lack of numbers and under performance.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Dilshad Parker Owner of Hungry For Halaal Dilshad Parker, the creator of website and app, Hungry for Halaal, talks about how tech is helping Muslims find Halaal eateries and hotels.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Rob Peche Owner of Carbs and Coffee Rob Peche of Carbs and Coffee explains why getting your kids into karting at a young age is advantageous.
 
Barbs Wire - stories making waves online with Barbara Friedman
 
A biblical connection to this weekend's NFC Championship game leads into some memories about pagers and getting picked up after sporting events. Then we get some observations about the impact of cellphones on our lives.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Zimbabwe Senator David Coltart provides an update on the social media blackout and protests in his country, while the president is traveling abroad.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Bernard Hotz, Head of the Business Crimes & Investigations at Werksmans explains the parameters that govern Intellectual Property in the workplace.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Richard Swart Vice President North East England Chamber of Commerce
 
The World View Referendum Rejection could that happen? What on earth happens next?
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Thamsanqa Malusi Lead attorney on the action suit at Richard Spoor Attorneys. At least 189 people died from Listeriosis and more than 1000 fell ill. Now, in the aftermath of the country's biggest outbreak, lead attorney from Richard Spoor Inc, Thamsanqa Malusi, explains how they are going about launching a class action s ...…
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Nairobi based journalist, Daniel Wesangula, provides an update on the situation in Nairobi following an attack - allegedly by Al Shabaab - on a luxury hotel.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to VinPro's executive director Rico Basson reflects on how the industry has dealt with a devastating drought that gripped the Western Cape.
 
Kieno Kammies speaks to Siphelo "Spelo" Jalivane Owner of Milk Restaurant and Bar He once served up goals in the colours of football club Vasco Da Gama, but now Siphelo Jalivane is serving up a fine dining experience at the Milk Restaurant and Bar in the heart of Khayelitsha.
 
We talked with Reporter Libby Howe about the USAF combat veteran that raised $20M dollars to build a border wall is not giving up; Vetty Awards founder Assal Ravandi talks about the vets being honored in DC this year; Reporter Kaylah Jackson explains how SCOTUS denied claims for burn pit exposure; and The Real Warrior campaign helps us learn if ...…
 
In Zimbabwe and Gambia, there are more women in the workforce than men. In industrialized countries like Germany, it's not unusual for women with children to be housewives. Cristina Cubas wonders if German policy deliberately keeps women in the home.
 
The applause, the smell of greasepaint. Acting is an exciting profession. But it's not easy to make a living as an actor in Germany. There's little to no job security. MADE met actress Iris Boss to find out more.
 
The greater the risk, the higher the potential profit. Risk is the engine of innovation, and its nemesis is security.
 
Jürgen Klein and his colleagues from the Germany company DMT inspect wire ropes and steel cables around the world, ensuring maximum safety. If they make a mistake, it can be a matter of life and death.
 
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