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The Drivetime Show is hosted by Shafiq Morton and has a national and international flavour. During the show the interviews will focus on issues making news nationally, be it the enquiry into the Arms Deal to the current famine in the Horn of Africa. The after five interview on Drivetime, will usually be the analysis slot where the biggest story of the day or week is analyzed. During this show listener participation is encourage via the station’s sms facility.
 
Welcome to the Internet Marketing Association's official podcast! We bring you insights insights into the future of modern marketing from the crème de la crème of thought leaders across the industry. Learn to be effective with Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and other social medial. Get tips and tricks on SEO, SEM, e-mail marketing and display advertising. Hear from experts at companies like Adobe, Microsoft and Salesforce about the future of modern marketing.
 
Liv to Share is a Podcast created to share stories that will provoke the desire and drive within yourself to live in full expression "My goal for this podcast is to bring people together. I want us to be able to learn from each other to support each other and most of all inspire each other"
 
Disorganized Dentistry is designed to be a platform for dental professionals to learn from each other, ask questions, and flat-out vent about the issues we face with our dental practices, small groups or DSO’s. We would love to you have you all subscribe and join the community! email me at david@disorganizeddentistry.com or message me directly on FaceBook to inquire about getting on the show, contributing files and templates or obtaining other resources.
 
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The Voice of the Cape — A high level delegation of Sudan officials led by the head of ruling council was in the UAE for talks with Emirati and US officials.In August, US secretary of state Mike Pompeo raised the issue of Sudan establishing ties with Israel. This development indicates the emergency of a new approach in terms of Israel's policies on …
 
The Voice of the Cape — Rights watchdog Amnesty International has called for an independent probe into the killing of a naked pregnant woman by men in military uniform in Mozambique's restive north, an atrocity the government blamed on armed rebels.Video footage emerged this week of men in army uniform shooting a woman they accused of being a membe…
 
The Voice of the Cape — A group of South Africans calling themselves Only One SA wants Nigerians and Zimbabweans out of the country.The group marched to the countries' embassies in Pretoria today. While the organisers say they are not xenophobic, targeted attack on none nationals is not new in SA.We now get a reaction from the secretary of the Afri…
 
Fried Vancraen is one of my favorite people in 3D printing. It was a pleasure working for him years ago, as well. I was therefore especially happy that Vancraen chose to come back to the 3DPod once again, as Max and I really enjoyed his initial talk. This time, Vancraen talks to us about some past things that he’s experienced in terms of exciting m…
 
The Voice of the Cape — A leaked secret US government documents has revealed how major international banks are helping launder money in the illicit economy.The FICEN files shows more than two- trillion dollars of transactions between 1999 and 2017.But on line for comment is Researcher, Investigations and Advocacy for Open Secrets, Michael Marchant.…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Relations in the horn of Africa are complex and complicated. They are characterised by deeply ingrained rivalries between Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia in a conflict-ridden region.For decades, it has been known for civil war, conflict and poor economic development.So why a proposed Horn of Africa bloc could destabilise the l…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Forensics for Justice has offered a R1 million reward for information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the assassination of top police detective Charl Kinnear. Kinnear has been working on high profile cases involving the underworld that saw him receive numerous death threats, and was under arm…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Today's book is one hot off the press. It's called 'The Lie of 1652: A decolonised history of land' by prominent historian and heritage activist Patric Tariq Mellet. It’s a radical critique of established pre-colonial and colonial history and retells the story of dispossession, the destruction of livelihoods and the brutalit…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC) has agreed to an economic recovery plan for the country.President Ramaphosa announced an economic stimulus plan that will see the recovery of the economy following months of shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.So does the country need a new plan, or should t…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The PPE procurement scandal, which saw vital Covid-19 funds channelled to politically connected business people, has brought the issue of SA's tender system into the spotlight.So what can be done to make government procurement more corruption free?On line is Larisa Cornelius, chair of Association Properties Management Profes…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Human Rights Watch has urged international donors responding to the August 4 Beirut explosion to ensure that emergency aid protects the rights of those affected.Thirty-six countries have pledged 253 million euros for emergency support to Lebanon during a donor conference led by France and HRW wants this aids to go through ci…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Aviation stakeholders are calling on president Ramaphosa to re-open South Africa's international borders and let the sector play its role as major catalyst for the country's economic recovery and growth.President Ramaphosa is expected to address the nation this evening where the country is expected to move to level -1.On lin…
 
The Voice of the Cape — A report by Lawyers for Human Rights has revealed that corruption is still rife at all stages of asylum processes in South Africa.The report, that details of interview of about 263 asylum seekers and other migrants between August and December 2019, contained findings that corruption starts at the entry points.So how costly i…
 
Todd Grimm has been working in AM and 3D Printing for 30 years. He has done a lot of work for Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG), and is a frequent guest speaker at conferences. So, naturally, we spoke about the conferences in the COVID-19 era. As a team, we even developed an exciting new conference idea. We also looked at the past of the in…
 
David’s story was recorded at a virtual Real Talk session this summer.MS1 is commonly used short hand for a Medical Student in their first year. To connect with the Real Talk Podcast or record your story with us, e-mail realtalk[at]vituity.com. Intro music: "Honey and Milk" by The 126ers Outro music: "Poured" by Lauren Duski…
 
Abha’s story was recorded at a virtual Real Talk session this summer.MS1 is commonly used short hand for a Medical Student in their first year. To connect with the Real Talk Podcast or record your story with us, e-mail realtalk[at]vituity.com. Intro music: "Honey and Milk" by The 126ers Outro music: "Poured" by Lauren Duski…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Bahraini opposition groups have rejected a decision by the Gulf state to normalise relations with Israel calling on the people of the region to resist.The accords struck between Israel and the UAE last month and between Israel and Bahrain on Friday, is seen as going against the people. It has become the last Arab state to no…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The Iranian government is weighing an assassination attempt against the US ambassador to South Africa, Lana Marks, according to US intelligence reports.News of the plot comes as Iran continues to seek ways to retaliate for Trump's decision to kill top Iranian general Qassemi Soleimani.There is escalating tension between the …
 
The Voice of the Cape — Social protection experts have called on the South African government to make the Covid-19 emergency relief permanent from October.This was the message from the webnar hosted by the Centre of Excellence for Food Security.On line is SA-UK Bilateral Research Chair in Social Protection for Food Security, Stephen Devereux.…
 
Photographer David Yarrow joins us to discuss his distinctive black-and-white photos of wildlife, how shooting a bobsleigh race opened him up to the possibility of 'fine art photography', almost getting snapped in half by a hippo, and resisting the urge to use a telephoto lens – instead moving in closer toward what are often very dangerous creature…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Nearly 12,000 men, women and children have been forced to evacuate Moria camp, on the island of Lesbos, Greece, after a fire tore through the camp on September 8.While the fire is not believed to have caused any deaths, the camp was almost completely burned down, and people are now on the streets, with nowhere to go.On line …
 
The Voice of the Cape — EFF representatives led by party leader Julius Malema met with a Unilever delegation following demonstrations over a racist advert for women hair products.Part of the agreement struck between the EFF and Unilever include the withdrawal of all TREsemme products for 10 days and providing five scholarships for African women.But…
 
The Voice of the Cape — In this week's Middle East Report in partnership with the London based Middle East Monitor, we look at the following:-Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for brokering a “peace deal” between the UAE and Israel.-Union of Muslim scholars forbids normalising relations with Israel.-Saudi Arabia arrests famous Quran reciter Abd…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The University of the Western Cape (UWC) 's Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CEI) hosted a webnar titled Techpreneurship: Is this a viable option for your future?The webnar looked at the role of failure in the technopreneur's learning journey.But on line for comment is Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship a…
 
The Voice of the Cape — George Bizos, the anti-apartheid campaigner and human rights lawyer who defended Nelson Mandela during the decades-long struggle for South Africa's democracy has died.He was 92.Bizos, who was born in 1927 in Greece, arrived in South Africa in 1941 after he and his father fled the Nazi occupation of Greece.He later studied la…
 
The Voice of the Cape — We now turn our attention to understanding the manufacturing of terrorism in Africa and outline the securitisation theory and explore how Muslims have been constructed as a security issue in Africa after 9/11 attacks in the US.These attacks became the rationale for the US Global War On Terror (GWOT).On line is Dr Mohamed Nat…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Clinical trials of one of most promising candidate vaccines has been suspended after a patient developed unexplained illness.AstraZeneca says it has suspended trials of the coronavirus vaccine it is developing with the University of Oxford after one of the trial volunteers fell ill.South Africa has also suspended the trial.O…
 
In this episode, Max and I spoke with Eric Pallarés of BCN3D. BCN3D is a Barcelona-based material extrusion 3D printing company. Having started on the desktop, BCN3D now is moving toward enterprise and the factory floor. The company is working on developing an ecosystem of tools including software, settings, and machine. The firm’s new Epsilon 3D p…
 
The Voice of the Cape — As Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) start exploring opportunities for cooperation now that the countries have started normalising ties, questions remain on the significant impact this accord could have on the sensitive status of Masjid Al-Aqsa.An ambiguously phrased statement by US president Trump, Israel's Netanyah…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The family of late Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed inside a Saudi consulate in Turkey, welcomed the new verdict in the journalist’s trial as “just rulings,” while praising the Saudi justice system. Five men were sentenced to 20 years in prison and another three were handed jail sentences of seven to…
 
The Voice of the Cape — Health and beauty retailer Clicks has found itself in a racial storm after a racist advert promoting negative sentiments against black women's hair.While Clicks said it understood the responsibility to remove prejudice from society, calls are mounting for the retailer to explain how the advert was flighted.The retailer has s…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The DA has adopted its economic justice policy which proposes doing away with race- based empowerment programs.In its resolutions the party maintains current economic policy under the ANC impedes growth capacity and blocks more South African from accessing jobs in the labour market.So will its policies change its current for…
 
The Voice of the Cape — French satirical magazine Chalie Hebdo choose to reprint cartoons of Prophet Muhammed to mark the beginning of the trial of 14 alleged accomplices for their involvement in the 2015 attack on the publication.The decision to republish the cartoons has been seen as a display of defiance. On line for comment is president of Pari…
 
The Voice of the Cape — The Auditor General's report on Covid-19 has uncovered evidence of corruption in the spending of the government relief package.President Cyril Ramaphosa had requested for an audited report to track how funds were being spent.On line is Executive Director for Democracy Development Program at the University of Kwazulu-Natal, D…
 
The Voice of the Cape — In this week's book review, we have Andrew Harding's “These are not Gentle people”, published by PanMacmillan .“These are not the Gentle people” is a crime thriller, a court room drama, a profound exploration of collective guilty and individual justice and a fast paced literary novel. The death of the brutal killing of two y…
 
The Voice of the Cape — New analysis by Amnesty International has found that at least 7,000 health workers have died around the world after contracting Covid-19.At least 1,320 health workers are confirmed to have died in Mexico alone, highest know figure for any country.But on liner for comment is Amnesty International Campaigner , Jennifer Wells.…
 
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