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TshisaLIVE

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Podcasts produced by South Africa's premiere entertainment site TshisaLive, a member of Arena Holdings. Keywords: entertainment news, lifestyle, celebrity news, famous, podcast
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Podcasts and similar audio content from the Arena Holdings group, publishers of the Sunday Times, Business Day, The Times, Sowetan, etc. News-orientated editorial content Keywords: podcast, multimedia, politics, entertainment, news and views, economy, South Africa
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Peter Bruce, veteran South African newspaper editor and commentator, interviews the country's social and political leaders and experts in a weekly effort to explain what is actually going on in this complicated country. Bruce's interviews are about making events easy to understand for people with little time to listen.
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The biggest stories from the Eastern Cape with news, investigations, lifestyle, sports, politics, and the latest issues and investigations highlighted by the team from South Africa’s renowned Daily Dispatch, with 150 years of publishing excellence. Listen to our podcasts on DispatchLIVE, Spotify, IONO.fm, Apple Podcasts, and the MyDailyDispatch app.
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Behind the biggest business stories of the week - taking you inside key events, the movements at the top and their effects at the bottom. An Arena Holdings production Keywords: BDSpotlight, industry, markets, South Africa, news and views, money, success, entrepreneur, corporation, podcast
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Veteran journalist and broadcaster Rams Mabote, in association with SowetanLIVE, hosts a weekly podcast that looks at the funny side of news and current affairs. Mabote will take listeners on a journey to the light side of dark. Because life is too short to take the news to heart, and in typical South African style, we choose to laugh so we don’t cry.
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BBK Unplugged podcast

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Get behind the biggest sporting stories and hear from the sporting world's biggest names, with BBK Unplugged podcast. Renowned Sunday Times sports editor Bareng-Batho Kortjaas (BBK) and his revolving door of sporting experts, take you through the stories behind the scoreboard. SportsLIVE is a MultimediaLIVE production, a division of Arena Holdings. Sports, cricket, rugby, soccer, football, tennis, sportsmen, sport, goal, South African sport
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Business Law Focus

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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.
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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 ...
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Wendy Knowler is one of South Africa’s foremost consumer journalists, known for her columns published by TimesLIVE and her contributions to radio stations. She also hosts training workshops for businesses around SA. Her expertise is based on 20 years of mediating conflict between consumers and companies. Know your consumer rights. Have all your concerns answered by consumer expert Wendy because she knows best. Send your concerns or topic suggestions to our producer, Bulelani Nonyukela: nonyu ...
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True Crime South Africa is the first victim-focused true-crime podcast in the country. Host, Nicole Engelbrecht, researches each case herself using media coverage, trial footage, social media sources and often by talking to some of the individuals involved. Using her skills as a creative writer and her passion for true crime, she crafts each script to ensure that listeners are given a deep dive into the case mechanics as well as an understanding of the victims as human beings. The podcast co ...
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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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A platform for engaging and thought provoking weekly discussions with prominent figures in South African politics. Join the live chat on Twitter Spaces @Sowetanlive on Wednesdays at 7pm or visit us here to listen to the podcast.
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Sunday Times

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Podcasts and audio stories associated with the popular South African Sunday newspaper, the Sunday Times. An Arena Holdings production. Keywords: news, politics, South Africa, current events, economy, entertainment, travel, motoring, podcast
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The weekly political show by top journalists of the Sunday Times discussing the week's biggest stories, toughest topics in a tight and guided conversation. An Arena Holdings Production. Keywords: podcast, analysis, politics, social justice, news commentary, economy, opinions, accountability
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Join Sunday Times motoring journalist Thomas Falkiner on Cargumentative: a sometimes-pugnacious podcast about all things cars and motoring. Expect spirited banter about everything from general car culture and classics right through to new releases and industry news. Sit down, plug in and gear up. An Arena Holdings Production. Keywords: Motorsport, cars, motoring, car spotter , podcast, auto, car lover, automotive news, vehicle, car news, car manufacturers
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We unpack the mechanics of data journalism just a little bit and talk about what kind of data, whether from polls or hard numbers from previous elections, we have available to us in South Africa and lay out the kind of stories we will be uncovering using some of data analyst, Paul Berkowitz's techniques. A MultimediaLIVE production from Arena Holdings, publishers of The Sunday Times, Business Day and Financial Mail.
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The Global Startup Movement podcast delivers independent emerging market focused technology, digital and innovation insights and analysis. We produce podcasts, live events, and bespoke market insight content with a deep understanding of the complex dynamics of the stakeholders within startup ecosystems around the world. The show is executive produced and presented by podcaster and entrepreneur, Andrew Berkowitz (www.thegsm.co).
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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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Khwezi Science Report

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The Khwezi Science Report is a dive into the warm waters of science where information is made interesting and understandable and is placed in the context of our daily lives. From archaeology to tech, astronomy to zoology, you'll find it all here with host Tanya Farber, a senior reporter at the Sunday Times. She loves how science connects with other ways of understanding the world around us from all sorts of disciplines. Each episode takes the listener on a journey through all things weird an ...
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State of local venture capital (VC) and private equity (PE) is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Tshepiso Kobile, CEO of the South Africa Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (SAVCA). Topic of discussion include: what is the difference between PE and VC in SA; trends shaping the m…
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State of local venture capital (VC) and private equity (PE) is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Tshepiso Kobile, CEO of the South Africa Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (SAVCA). Topic of discussion include: what is the difference between PE and VC in SA; trends shaping the m…
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When Methodist Church steward Mbuyiselo Manyonga set off to find the source of the muffled cries he heard while preparing for Sunday service, he thought there was a cat in distress. However, what he found buried in a shallow grave inside an incomplete building next to the church was not someone’s pet, but a newborn baby boy. The baby boy, found wit…
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When Methodist Church steward Mbuyiselo Manyonga set off to find the source of the muffled cries he heard while preparing for Sunday service, he thought there was a cat in distress. However, what he found buried in a shallow grave inside an incomplete building next to the church was not someone’s pet, but a newborn baby boy. The baby boy, found wit…
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Umjelo Non-Profit Organisation, has taken on the Herculean task of turning the impoverished Mamolweni village, on the coast in the former Transkei, into a flourishing community. In this episode, Ted Keenan chats Templeton “Pinkie” Yoba about Umjelo’s objectives. Yoba was born in the former Transkei, worked as an agriculture extension officer, was a…
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Umjelo Non-Profit Organisation, has taken on the Herculean task of turning the impoverished Mamolweni village, on the coast in the former Transkei, into a flourishing community. In this episode, Ted Keenan chats Templeton “Pinkie” Yoba about Umjelo’s objectives. Yoba was born in the former Transkei, worked as an agriculture extension officer, was a…
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Premier Oscar Mabuyane has compared the Eastern Cape’s performance in 2023 to what the ANC government hoped to achieve in priority areas in its next five years — that is if it wins the national election in May. In many of the priority areas, the provincial government’s current performance was ahead of the curve. In this exclusive episode, he chats …
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Premier Oscar Mabuyane has compared the Eastern Cape’s performance in 2023 to what the ANC government hoped to achieve in priority areas in its next five years — that is if it wins the national election in May. In many of the priority areas, the provincial government’s current performance was ahead of the curve. In this exclusive episode, he chats …
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Disturbing is how National Professional Teachers’ Organisation of SA (Naptosa) executive director Basil Manuel describes the goings on at a Nelson Mandela Bay primary school. Teachers at Cedarberg Primary School in Booysen Park are at their wits’ end as pupils run rampant, join gangs, threaten the teachers and classmates, and allegedly hide guns an…
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Disturbing is how National Professional Teachers’ Organisation of SA (Naptosa) executive director Basil Manuel describes the goings on at a Nelson Mandela Bay primary school. Teachers at Cedarberg Primary School in Booysen Park are at their wits’ end as pupils run rampant, join gangs, threaten the teachers and classmates, and allegedly hide guns an…
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Seacom’s strategy to win in the IT services arena and evolution of telecoms infrastructure is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Alpheus Mangale, Seacom’s group CEO. Topic of discussion include: Seacom’s shift in business strategy; the company’s plan to acquire businesses; what it takes to c…
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Seacom’s strategy to win in the IT services arena and evolution of telecoms infrastructure is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Alpheus Mangale, Seacom’s group CEO. Topic of discussion include: Seacom’s shift in business strategy; the company’s plan to acquire businesses; what it takes to c…
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Premier Oscar Mabuyane has compared the Eastern Cape’s performance in 2023 to what the ANC government hoped to achieve in priority areas in its next five years — that is if it wins the national election in May. In many of the priority areas, the provincial government’s current performance was ahead of the curve. In this exclusive episode, he chats …
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Premier Oscar Mabuyane has compared the Eastern Cape’s performance in 2023 to what the ANC government hoped to achieve in priority areas in its next five years — that is if it wins the national election in May. In many of the priority areas, the provincial government’s current performance was ahead of the curve. In this exclusive episode, he chats …
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On July 1 2026, just more than 28 months from now, a vast swathe of South African industry — from manufacturers of car windscreens, beer bottles, industrial powders and even bakeries — will grind to a sudden stop unless the government rapidly intervenes to encourage the construction in Mozambique of a new liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal. Jaco …
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On July 1 2026, just more than 28 months from now, a vast swathe of South African industry — from manufacturers of car windscreens, beer bottles, industrial powders and even bakeries — will grind to a sudden stop unless the government rapidly intervenes to encourage the construction in Mozambique of a new liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal. Jaco …
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In this companion podcast series to the Showmax Original Catch Me A Killer, True Crime South Africa host and creator, Nicole Engelbrecht, delves into the details of the cases presenting in the series. In this episode (the companion to episodes 1 and 2) we look at the case of the Station Strangler. Listen to the original coverage of this case on the…
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In this companion podcast series to the Showmax Original Catch Me A Killer, True Crime South Africa host and creator, Nicole Engelbrecht, delves into the details of the cases presenting in the series. In this episode (the companion to episodes 1 and 2) we look at the case of the Station Strangler. Listen to the original coverage of this case on the…
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KPMG CEO Ignatius Sehoole, has called for harsher punishment for auditors who knowingly sign off incorrect audit reports, saying they should go to jail and authorities must “throw away the key”. Sehoole, who took over the reins at KPMG in 2019, told Business Day Deputy Editor, Tiisetso Motsoeneng, he had no sympathy for people involved in corruptio…
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KPMG CEO Ignatius Sehoole, has called for harsher punishment for auditors who knowingly sign off incorrect audit reports, saying they should go to jail and authorities must “throw away the key”. Sehoole, who took over the reins at KPMG in 2019, told Business Day Deputy Editor, Tiisetso Motsoeneng, he had no sympathy for people involved in corruptio…
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“Who made the law that a man can date another man? Who will women be left with?” asks former president Jacob Zuma. Zuma is against legalisation of same-sex relationships and said if people vote for the MK Party the “laws people never supported” will be prohibited. He said he wants African law instead of Dutch law. He was addressing MK Party support…
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“Who made the law that a man can date another man? Who will women be left with?” asks former president Jacob Zuma. Zuma is against legalisation of same-sex relationships and said if people vote for the MK Party the “laws people never supported” will be prohibited. He said he wants African law instead of Dutch law. He was addressing MK Party support…
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The use of e-commerce in food and pet care is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Tineiwo Muzenda, e-commerce national key account manager at Mars Multisales Southern Africa. Topic of discussion include: Mars’ strategy around e-commerce in SA, how does this compare to other parts of the world…
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The use of e-commerce in food and pet care is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Tineiwo Muzenda, e-commerce national key account manager at Mars Multisales Southern Africa. Topic of discussion include: Mars’ strategy around e-commerce in SA, how does this compare to other parts of the world…
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When a man is shot dead in his home, his wife says that an intruder walked in the door and killed him. Several CCTV cameras, in the home, though, will provide evidence of the truth behind Jacques du Plessis' murder. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa) (Support the show on PayPal htt…
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When a man is shot dead in his home, his wife says that an intruder walked in the door and killed him. Several CCTV cameras, in the home, though, will provide evidence of the truth behind Jacques du Plessis' murder. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa) (Support the show on PayPal htt…
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Scores of fans from flocked to King Phalo Airport on Wednesday to give a rousing welcome to their superstar Sivenathi Nontshinga after his successful world boxing title victory in Mexico. The 25-year-old Chicken Farm fighter won back the IBF junior-flyweight belt from Adrian Curiel via a 10th-round stoppage on Saturday morning in front of 10,000 fa…
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Scores of fans from flocked to King Phalo Airport on Wednesday to give a rousing welcome to their superstar Sivenathi Nontshinga after his successful world boxing title victory in Mexico. The 25-year-old Chicken Farm fighter won back the IBF junior-flyweight belt from Adrian Curiel via a 10th-round stoppage on Saturday morning in front of 10,000 fa…
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A look back at the 2024 national budget through the lens of a large energy company is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Aluwani Museisi, newly appointed country chair of Shell SA. Museisi gives his impressions of the budget; Shell efforts to grow in solar; the impact of load-shedding on the…
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A look back at the 2024 national budget through the lens of a large energy company is the focus of this edition of the Business Day Spotlight. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Aluwani Museisi, newly appointed country chair of Shell SA. Museisi gives his impressions of the budget; Shell efforts to grow in solar; the impact of load-shedding on the…
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ANC secretary-general Fikile Mbalula says the ANC's cadre deployment policy has produced “some of the best directors-general” in government departments over the years. Mbalula briefed media at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Thursday. The ANC had to hand over its cadre deployment committee meeting minutes to the DA by 5pm on Monday.Last week, th…
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ANC secretary-general Fikile Mbalula says the ANC's cadre deployment policy has produced “some of the best directors-general” in government departments over the years. Mbalula briefed media at Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on Thursday. The ANC had to hand over its cadre deployment committee meeting minutes to the DA by 5pm on Monday.Last week, th…
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ANC secretary-general Fikile Mbalula said on Wednesday the MK party's target of a two-thirds majority in May's election is just a pipe dream. Mbalula was addressing the ANC's rally in Msinga north of KZN. The secretary-general said former president Jacob Zuma failed to amass a two-thirds majority when he was the ANC president. He spoke candidly abo…
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ANC secretary-general Fikile Mbalula said on Wednesday the MK party's target of a two-thirds majority in May's election is just a pipe dream. Mbalula was addressing the ANC's rally in Msinga north of KZN. The secretary-general said former president Jacob Zuma failed to amass a two-thirds majority when he was the ANC president. He spoke candidly abo…
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Finance minister Enoch Godogwana on Wednesday says tax revenue collection streams such as sin taxes will increase in 2024/2025. Alcohol products and tobacco products saw increases. The Minister also announced government spending which includes education, health and job creation programmes.By TimesLIVE Podcasts
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Finance minister Enoch Godogwana on Wednesday says tax revenue collection streams such as sin taxes will increase in 2024/2025. Alcohol products and tobacco products saw increases. The Minister also announced government spending which includes education, health and job creation programmes.By TimesLIVE Podcasts
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