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Eusebius McKaiser, well-known broadcaster, author, and now also contributor and political analyst for TimesLIVE, hosts a weekly podcast that journeys to the heart of major news items, dissecting politics, law, and ethics. Eusebius is known for sharp debate, and this podcast is no different. It will inform, entertain, explain and frame evidence-informed debates about the major stories of the week.
 
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The Herald is the voice of Nelson Mandela Bay – in print and online. On May 7 1845, the first copy of The Herald was printed, making it the oldest newspaper in South Africa. The Herald has come a long way since that first printing day when the paper hit the streets at a cover price of a single penny. HeraldLIVE is the online home of The Herald and the Weekend Post, publishing fresh news, insights, opinions, sport and entertainment reports all day long, seven days a week on a fully mobile res ...
 
The Daily Dispatch newspaper has a long and rich history dating back to 1872. It was the first penny daily newspaper published in the Eastern Cape in 1898 – and by 1906, the paper boasted a circulation larger and more widely distributed than any colonial paper published outside Cape Town. The Dispatch – published from Monday to Saturday – covers issues and debates that should be a priority for every Eastern Cape reader. It covers a region that is the birthplace of many prominent South Africa ...
 
The Business Law Focus podcast series covers the latest and most important developments in business law and tax. Through exclusive interviews with leading experts in the field and the lawyers actually arguing the most important cases, these interviews cut through the noise to provide legal insights that matter for the C-suite, entrepreneurs and professionals.
 
It is in our stories that we see each other, Evolution Space Chats is where we get to travel to different places through conversations , where we find pieces and parts of us in others that bring us back home better and whole. With different guests each week, we dig deep and engage in their experiences, how those have affected their lives ,mental state ,wellness and how they are practically not only continuously showing up but holding up space for others. May you with each story know that you ...
 
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Last week one of the more influential countries in East Africa, Kenya went to the polls to choose a new president. And, not for the first time, the outcome sparked controversy as current vice-president William Ruto narrowly defeated long-time campaigner Raila Odinga.Odinga, who lost the August 9 presidential elections by a tiny margin, rejected the…
 
Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is likely to set the cat among the pigeons for saying he supports a “strong review” of the law that banned corporal punishment in schools.The use of corporal punishment in schools was outlawed in 1996.He made this view known during a meeting of parents of pupils of Fred Norman Secondary School in Johannesburg on…
 
Former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas says SA needs to be alert to “democratic backsliding”. He was a guest on Eusebius on TimesLIVE, where he teased the concept, discussing it within the context of realpolitik. Jonas said we often erroneously think democracies or states collapse only when there is, for example, a military coup. Democracies,…
 
Digital advertising through content sharing is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Chanel Hardman, country director for SA at the SHAREit.Topics of discussion include: SHAREit’s business model; the growth of the platform for sharing content; using its large user base for advertising; the use …
 
Gauteng education MEC Panyaza Lesufi is likely to set the cat among the pigeons for saying he supports a “strong review” of the law that banned corporal punishment in schools.The use of corporal punishment in schools was outlawed in 1996.He made this view known during a meeting of parents of pupils of Fred Norman Secondary School in Johannesburg on…
 
City of Tshwane mayor Randall Williams came under fire over allegations that he attempted to flout municipal procurement processes by pushing for a contract to refurbish two of the city’s aged power stations, at a cost of R26bn, to be awarded without going on public tender.A recording of a meeting with his subordinates has been made available to Ti…
 
City of Tshwane mayor Randall Williams came under fire over allegations that he attempted to flout municipal procurement processes by pushing for a contract to refurbish two of the city’s aged power stations, at a cost of R26bn, to be awarded without going on public tender.A recording of a meeting with his subordinates has been made available to Ti…
 
A R10,000 reward has been offered for information relating to a spate of robberies by a gang in Nelson Mandela Bay.The robbers are armed, well-organised and using the environment to their advantage to prey on people when they are at their most vulnerable.And it seems they have shifted focus to secluded homes, many of them in high-end property devel…
 
A R10,000 reward has been offered for information relating to a spate of robberies by a gang in Nelson Mandela Bay.The robbers are armed, well-organised and using the environment to their advantage to prey on people when they are at their most vulnerable.And it seems they have shifted focus to secluded homes, many of them in high-end property devel…
 
MPs weighed in on President Cyril Ramaphosa being summoned to appear before the section 194 committee inquiry into public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s fitness to hold office.Mkhwebane’s legal team, led by advocate Dali Mpofu, asked the committee to summon Ramaphosa, saying a refusal to do so would be "blatantly unfair".…
 
MPs weighed in on President Cyril Ramaphosa being summoned to appear before the section 194 committee inquiry into public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s fitness to hold office.Mkhwebane’s legal team, led by advocate Dali Mpofu, asked the committee to summon Ramaphosa, saying a refusal to do so would be "blatantly unfair".…
 
Robert Marawa is a decorated sportscaster, a sought-after MC, facilitator, event host and keynote speaker. He has won almost all major radio and TV journalism awards in South Africa for his excellent work on football, the Olympic Games, the Commonwealth Games, the All-Africa Games and has hosted numerous popular, mainstream functions, both locally …
 
The Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein on Monday heard an appeal regarding former president Jacob Zuma’s medical parole. The court heard several submissions from various parties including the department of correctional services, Zuma’s legal counsel and counsel for one of the respondents in the case, the DA. One of the submissions brought unde…
 
The Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein on Monday heard an appeal regarding former president Jacob Zuma’s medical parole. The court heard several submissions from various parties including the department of correctional services, Zuma’s legal counsel and counsel for one of the respondents in the case, the DA. One of the submissions brought unde…
 
Sunday’s cracking headline in Rapport, “ANC falls below 40%” is the result of the ANC’s own polling, chair of the DA Federal Executive and former party leader Helen Zille reminds Peter Bruce in this edition of Podcasts from the Edge. Indeed, Rapport appears to have seen two polls, an internal ANC one warning of a “freefall” in electoral support ahe…
 
A female teacher had to be escorted out of a Johannesburg school by police on Monday after angry parents tried to forcibly remove her for telling a pupil’s granny she “did not like coloureds”.A parent shouted “you racist pig” as the educator left the Fred Norman Secondary School in Ennerdale, Johannesburg, in a police vehicle.During an ugly confron…
 
A female teacher had to be escorted out of a Johannesburg school by police on Monday after angry parents tried to forcibly remove her for telling a pupil’s granny she “did not like coloureds”.A parent shouted “you racist pig” as the educator left the Fred Norman Secondary School in Ennerdale, Johannesburg, in a police vehicle.During an ugly confron…
 
Old digital security vulnerabilities that business still succumb to are the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Zaheer Ebrahim, a senior sales engineer at Trend Micro. Topics of discussion include: Trend Micro’s business model; trends and advancements in cybersecurity; practical cases and scenari…
 
Known as “Slow Death” for the measured way he raised his left forefinger to signal a batter was out, former international umpire Rudi Koertzen died in a car crash on Tuesday.The highly respected Koertzen, from Despatch in Nelson Mandela Bay, was part of the ICC's elite panel from 2002 until he retired in 2010.He officiated in 331 international matc…
 
Known as “Slow Death” for the measured way he raised his left forefinger to signal a batter was out, former international umpire Rudi Koertzen died in a car crash on Tuesday.The highly respected Koertzen, from Despatch in Nelson Mandela Bay, was part of the ICC's elite panel from 2002 until he retired in 2010.He officiated in 331 international matc…
 
The day to day implications of rising interest rates on South Africans is the focus in this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Larry Masson, a financial adviser and franchise principal at Consult by Momentum. He discusses: why have rates gone up; what consumers can do to manage this significant increase in th…
 
In March this year President Cyril Ramaphosa legally recognised Prince Misuzulu ka Zwelithini as the king-elect of the Zulu people, following the death last year of long-reigning King Goodwill Zwelithini ka Bhekuzulu. But subsequent events around the Zulu royal household suggest that the president’s decision does not enjoy universal support.The Zul…
 
Premeditated and inexcusable is how the SPCA’s Deidre Swift describes the sadistic behaviour of Gqeberha pupils who allegedly poisoned koi fish, plucked and drowned chickens and tied turkeys by their legs before throwing them into an empty swimming pool at two of the city’s top schools. The incidents are alleged to have happened as part of the matr…
 
Premeditated and inexcusable is how the SPCA’s Deidre Swift describes the sadistic behaviour of Gqeberha pupils who allegedly poisoned koi fish, plucked and drowned chickens and tied turkeys by their legs before throwing them into an empty swimming pool at two of the city’s top schools. The incidents are alleged to have happened as part of the matr…
 
Police minister Bheki Cele briefed parliament on plans to combat "zama zamas" and crime. He suspects human trafficking is related to illegal miners. He also mentioned police understaffing.The subject of zama zamas has been a hot topic after the arrest of 350 in connection with the gang rape of eight women in Krugersdorp. Fourteen suspects have alre…
 
Police minister Bheki Cele briefed parliament on plans to combat "zama zamas" and crime. He suspects human trafficking is related to illegal miners. He also mentioned police understaffing.The subject of zama zamas has been a hot topic after the arrest of 350 in connection with the gang rape of eight women in Krugersdorp. Fourteen suspects have alre…
 
Seven more suspects linked to the rapes of eight women in Krugersdorp last month are expected to appear in court on Thursday, bringing the number of arrests for the attack to 14.Proceedings were delayed as an age assessment is being done on an alleged zama zama (illegal miner) who says he is a minor.ANC national executive committee member Nomvula M…
 
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