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‘Views and News with Clarence Ford’ shares and reflects a broad array of different perspectives. The show is inspirational, passionate and positive. Clarence and the team aim to leave listeners feeling both motivated and empowered. Known for his love of jazz and a good game of golf, Clarrie brings his unique flavour to this show. Some new features include ‘Heritage Hour’ every Wednesday between 10 and 11 am, The Masterclass on Fridays at 11 am as well as a segment exploring music trivia. Ano ...
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Medical Miracles

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Barbara Friedman presents ground breaking medical stories of South Africans from all walks of life, and the innovative medical teams that have brought about miracles to help them.
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New Beginnings

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CapeTalk's Pippa Hudson chats to inspiring individuals who have recently embarked on a new experience, changed their life for the better, or adopted a radical new approach to some new aspect of their life.
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ABSA Game Changers

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One unexpected idea can be all it takes to start or grow a business. And every successful entrepreneur knows when to follow their instinct and turn that sudden brainwave into something more. Absa Game Changers with 702 and CapeTalk is all about celebrating innovative business people who followed their instincts, and used their bright idea to fuel their success.
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The Nelson Mandela Foundation presents "Mandela: An Audio History", an audio documentary on the struggle against apartheid through the intimate accounts of Nelson Mandela, as well as those who fought with him, and against him.
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“The Science Of” is more compelling content from The Money Show. In this weekly feature, Bruce Whitfield chats to experts from various industries and unpacks how they work with a focus on delving into the business behind these industries. Brought to you by Grundfos. Be. Think. Innovate.
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Africa State of Mind

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This weekly podcast from Primedia Broadcasting presented by Lee Kasumba features both mainstream icons and esoteric talents from the worlds of art, entertainment and pop culture. Expect the list of celebrated guests to reveal their fears and inspirations, what makes them tick - in a frank, uncensored fashion. Africa State of Mind's guest will share how they are representing the African continent in a positive light – and how we could all be doing it too! Follow on Twitter: @AfricaStateMind E ...
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Social Enterprise 101

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Social Entrepreneurship is a growing movement in South Africa as a way of connecting business and 'doing good'. Knowledge-sharing about this sector forms part of the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s mandate. This series offers case studies and practical guidelines for social entrepreneurs. This podcast series is developed by the Bertha Centre, a specialised unit at UCT's GSB, and Primedia Broadcasting. For more on the Bertha Centre, visit www.gsb.uct.ac.za/berthacen ...
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History for the Future

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This podcast series presented by Pippa Green explores the state of reconciliation in South Africa from the perspectives of 13 TRC Commissioners, and in a new release, shares crucial life lessons from one of only two surviving Rivonia trialists, Andrew Mlangeni. Produced by Jeanne Michel.
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An introduction to machine learning to assist business leaders to understand what it can and can't do. In the three episodes, you will get a sense of the potential impact, the nature and types of models available and case studies that may apply to your industry. Allan Kent is the Head of Digital at Primedia Broadcasting and is the host of this series.
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Join Eyewitness News editor Charlotte Kilbane and Senior Journalist Rahima Essop as they analyse and unpack Parliament's state capture inquiry. They'll help you understand how the complex web of transactions, deals and moves link together, what it all means and why you need to care.
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In this series EWN's Clement Manyathela takes a look at each of the candidates vying for the ANC's presidency at the National Conference in December, analysing what a victory for each could mean for the other adversaries, the party, Jacob Zuma and South Africa.
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The show is filled with national and international news, current affairs, and recaps of what’s been making headlines during the day. Expect interviews with the newsmakers themselves as well as analysis and commentary from experts as well as those affected by the issues. Regular traffic, sport and market reports ensure you have all you need to know before you get home.
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702 partnered with The Moth to present unique story podcasts around issues of personal identity and experiences with HIV/ AIDS. Some stories are from The Moth archives while most in this series will be sourced from “Beneath the Armour: A Moth Storytelling Showcase” - a live event exploring broad themes of personal identity and personal experience with HIV/AIDS.
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Survivors

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They say everyone is facing their own battles, but some stories beggar belief. Often the media tells the stories of personal catastrophe and then promptly walks away. What happens to the person who is left, with their life in tatters. How do they survive, and sometimes even thrive, in spite of seemingly insurmountable odds. What is it that makes some people so strong? We bring you four stories of survival, that chart four individuals’ journey back to wellness. They have faced physical and em ...
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Courage is Beautiful is the latest campaign by Dove and showing care is intrinsic to the brand, celebrates the heroic acts of healthcare workers leading the front line. As a thank you to these amazing individuals, Dove has set aside R3 million, in association with ICAS, to care for the mental health of front line health care workers in South Africa. This support will be provided to health care workers and their families for free via the 24hr Dove Care on Call toll free helpline 0800 111 019. ...
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Crypto for You

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It started as a nine-page document to propose a method to securely exchange assets without using a bank. It has grown into an industry worth over $1 trillion in a decade. There is no industry that has not been affected by these crypto assets or the blockchain that drives them, This series is a primer for those that have heard enough to want to test the water but are weary of the get-rich-quick schemes that are all too common to try get you to part with your money. It advocates for taking it ...
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This is a three-part series about the Bo-Kaap and gentrification. It reflects on the history, present and potential future of the iconic neighbourhood and the changes and challenges it is facing. It looks at the history and founding of Bo-Kaap and how it was affected during apartheid. It tracks the changes to the historical businesses in the area and the new ones that are opening and it considers what should guide the development of the area. It covers the controversy of the current developm ...
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Join Lester Kiewit every weekday for an authentic Cape Town wake-up call. The show gets Cape Town as close to the story as possible, from high-profile interviews to did-you-hear watercooler conversations. The show is enlightening and accessible, inclusive and thought-provoking. It helps listeners navigate the (sometimes hectic) business of life. Some highlights include the daily Editorial segment at 6:10 and the flagship #LesterTester on Fridays at 8:35. The WorldView favourite Adam Gilchres ...
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TT100 is a non-profit organisation in Lethabong that runs a business innovations awards programme, for organisations and individuals that operate within the developing socio-economic contexts of South Africa. Joining us to tell us more about the organisation and its impact is Lizo Poswa, the project manager of tt100. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
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Our profile interview this evening is Bronwyn Pretorius,Chief Marleting officer for Ackermans. Brionwyn draws inspiration from her family's humble beginnings and the legacy of resilience they instilled, Bronwyn approaches her work with gratitude and humility. She has honed her strategic acumen and marketing prowess to lead impactful initiatives tha…
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John chats to Energy Analyst Chris Yelland, about a report on the assessment of the Eskom's operational environment. The report was prepared for the National Treasury by the German vgbe consortium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Primedia Broadcasting
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South African illusionists Brendon Peel and Li Lau were recently on Penn & Teller’s Fool Us, and they performed a trick which was based on one of the legendary duo’s acts, and for their efforts they managed to earn the bragging rights of having “fooled” them. They shared their experience with Lester Kiewit. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
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The DHL Stormers will be facing the Bulls at Loftus Versfeld this weekend in their United Rugby Championship clash. After ten games, the Bulls are third on the log and the Stormers placed sixth, but in terms of their URC head-to-head encounters, the Stormers have won all seven of their matches and seeking their eighth. Lester Kiewit speaks to DHL S…
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Extortion at the hand of some elements within the taxi industry is not new, however recently drivers carrying passengers in Kraaifontein have noticed an increase threats by taxis. Lester Kiewit speaks to Ricardo Mackenzie MEC for Mobility in the Western Cape. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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One of the byproducts of organic solid waste at our landfill sites is methane, which apart from just escaping into the atmosphere and not utilised for its energy potential, is also considered by scientists to be a greenhouse gas and a contributor to global warming. The City of Cape Town has been working on a project to tap into this source of energ…
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This evening on Psychological Matters, we look at the issue of whether the mental well-being of mothers is adequately considered especially in cases where there’s abuse or filicidal acts. The issue of maternal filicide in South Africa – the act of a mother killing her child or children – while devastating, is a complex issue that cannot be simply b…
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Defense Web – May 2023 The contract killing business is booming in South Africa, but the SA Police and State fly blind without specific official recognition or categorisation of a growing threat, warns yet another ground-breaking report by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime (Gitoc). In 2022 alone, Gitoc recorded 141 assassi…
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John Perlman chats to Anti Crime Activist, Yusuf Abramjee, about what motorists must do if they are harassed by Metoro Police for a bribe. Yusuf is adamant that people must report these bribes at the SAPS. Easier said than done. We find out how you report this, and what evidence do you need to provide. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
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John Perlman chats to Xolani Fihla, JMPD Spokesperson, about the rights of motorists who are stopped at informal roadblocks. Yesterday on the show we asked our listeners for areas where they commonly see metro police soliciting bribes from members of the public. We chat to the JMPD about what are the rights of the public at these informal roadblock…
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John Perlman chats to Kgodiso Mokonyane, Head of Strategy and Value Added & Ancillary Products at Discovery Insure about the launch of the academy to train qualified pothole fixers. BusinessTech Discovery announced the official launch of the academy on Wednesday (28 February) in partnership with Avis Southern Africa. “In its first official year, wh…
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John Perlman chats to Election Analyst Wayne Sussman, about what the latest by elections prove for the MK party being able to compete beyond Kwa-Zulu Natal. The ANC retained Ward 4 in eMbalenhle near Secunda in the Govan Mbeki municipality. Jacob Zuma’s uMkhonto Wesizwe party took votes away from the ANC and the EFF to finish in second place in its…
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The bail application of the five suspects linked to the murders of rapper Kiernan ‘AKA’ Forbes and his friend Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane has been postponed to next Wednesday. The group is facing charges of murder, attempted murder and unlawful possession of firearms among others. Thursday marked their first appearance in the Durban Magistrates Court. …
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Minister in The Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, briefed the media on the outcomes of the Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, 28th February 2024. Former Bosasa Chief Operations Officer (COO) Angelo Agrizzi Agrizzi appears in Pretoria High Court. Western Cape Premier Alan Winde holds Digicon, focusing on the latest quarterly crime statistics & impor…
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A power-saving initiative launched by the city of Cape Town’s Central Improvement District (CCID) is gaining momentum.The campaign entitled Switch on to Switching Off (which the CCID launched late last year) aims to support businesses in the CBD to implement power-saving measures, further lessening the costliness of consistent power cuts on the bus…
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Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny's funeral will be held in Moscow on Friday, his wife Yulia announced, but she said she was unsure if it would pass off peacefully and that plans for a civil memorial service had been blocked.On Wednesday, Navalny’s widow, Yulia Navalnaya addressed the European parliament in Strasbourg. DW correspondent, …
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In case you forgot, 2024 is a leap year — meaning this February has 29 days instead of 28. Leap year occurs every four years, and during this period, an extra day is added to the calendar. Those born on this unique day often refer to themselves as "leap day babies" or " Leaplings," according to History.Clarence speaks to Mulekah Kabonga, Tarot Read…
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Clarence Ford speaks to Women’s Voice Revival Movement member Gloria Veale. As the Basic Education Laws Amendment (BELA) Bill moves closer to being signed into law, several civil organizations that are opposing the bill are set to embark on a march in Cape Town tomorrow (Friday, March 1, 2024, at 10am) in protest of the bill. See omnystudio.com/lis…
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As cyclists get ready to participate in the upcoming Cape Town Cycle Tour, physiotherapist and clinical director of the Balance Group Toni-Lynne Monger has noticed an increase in the number of cycling-related injuries. She shares her thoughts with Lester Kiewit See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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French President Emmanuel Macron speaks out on Russia-Ukraine war following conference of European leaders; and complications experienced during funeral of Alexei Navalny. Lester Kiewit discusses matters pertaining to BRICS member Russia with Prof Irina Filitova, Professor Emeritus at UKZN. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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