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Thank you for joining us for another great podcast today! Here you'll find many encouraging and challenging messages to help you build a life of significance! Keep coming back to listen to all the latest messages from Hillsong Church South Africa. We would love for you to rate our podcast, subscribe, perhaps write a review and share the channel with all your friends to help us build a Church that Builds a nation.
 
Take a deep dive deep into African history with this in-depth podcast. From Casablanca to Cape Town, tune in to this podcast to learn about the magnificent and oft-forgotten history of Africa. To access more free resources about African history, provide feedback, or support the show, check out our associated website at https://historyofafricapodcast.blogspot.com
 
Welcome to Pasha, The Conversation Africa’s brand new podcast. In the spirit of The Conversation, Pasha – which means to inform in Swahili – will be bringing you some of the best and brightest research from academics across the continent. After nearly four years of publishing expert research, we’re thrilled to be bringing our own brand of smart journalism to a new audio format. Each episode will collect stories and commentary on a given theme.
 
Business Sustainability consultant at Mazars in South Africa, Cuma Dube, invites special guests to discuss all things business sustainability, ESG and responsible investing. "For each episode we invite an industry expert, industry stakeholder and/or client to chat about their sustainability work and the significance of incorporating environmental, social and governance considerations both in strategic planning and in the investment decision-making process." Comments & Enquiries: esg@mazars.co.za
 
Imagine a South Africa where every person has the opportunity to fulfil their potential... This is the vision of the DG Murray Trust - a public innovator committed to developing South Africa’s potential through strategic investment. Brought to you by DGMT, the Up South podcast explores some of the ideas, solutions and innovations that we recognise as critical to our goal of creating an ethical and enabling environment where human needs and aspirations are met. The South Africa we dream of is ...
 
From Johannesburg, South Africa is The Something Podcast! The show that will make you laugh, make you think, and give you the unexpected things in life that you didn't even know you needed. Two friends, a lifetime of stories and a whole lot of 'something'. Some would even say they are experts at... being unqualified? However, that has never stopped them before! Listen to our latest episode now!
 
DJ Lynnée Denise coined the term ‘DJ Scholarship’ in 2013 to explain DJ culture as a mixed-mode research practice—subversive in its ability to shape and define social experiences and shifting the public perception of the DJ as a purveyor of party music to an image of the DJ as an archivist who assesses, organizes and provides access to music with critical value.
 
Urban Farming is emerging as one of the most sustainable ways to combat the growing food shortage and rising food costs. No more so than in South Africa. Join host, Chris Luyt, and guests as they share tips and tricks on how to start your own Urban Farm... and to have a lekker time doing it! You can also carry on the discussion on Urban Farming and all things Green on our Facebook Group on the following link: http://bit.ly/GreenFBGroup #UrbanFarming #UrbanAgriculture #Podcast
 
The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) is one of the leading accountancy institutes, representing and supporting its members to fulfill the increasing demands of businesses in South Africa’s growing economy by equipping the Professional Accountant (SA) with the latest knowledge, techniques, and accreditation required to render key services. Weekly podcasts by industry-experts bring you thought-provoking insights into issues facing the accounting sector. Support this ...
 
Lady Sarah Isabella Augusta Wilson was the aunt of Winston Spencer Churchill. In 1899 she became the first woman war correspondent when she was recruited to cover the Siege of Mafeking for the Daily Mail during the Boer War. She moved to Mafeking with her husband at the start of the war, where he was aide-de-camp to Colonel Robert Baden-Powell. Baden-Powell asked her to leave Mafeking for her own safety after the Boers threatened to storm the British garrison. This she duly did, and set off ...
 
Showcasing local reporting and analysis, Africa Media Matters brings together critical news and information from across the African continent; providing a unique insight into the challenges and opportunities facing Africa’s media. Filling the gap in high-quality coverage of the African media environment, our series of monthly podcasts will feature breaking media news, in-depth analysis of emerging stories from media and civil society leaders, and profile the work of African entrepreneurs who ...
 
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In tonight's edition: Several historic buildings, including parts of Cape Town University's library, are damaged by a wildfire along Table Mountain. Also, more than 20,000 people fled the Mozambican town of Palma after it was captured by Islamist insurgents back in March. Our team on the ground met some of those displaced. And in Cameroon, authorit…
 
The Dutch have eclipsed the Portuguese Far East maritime trade and are looking to exploit the Indies as effectively as possible. Back in Southern Africa, the KhoeKhoe have no idea what this century will bring which includes the beginning of the destruction of their way of life in Table Bay as the first colonists arrive. Despite the English and the …
 
In July 2003, 38-year-old Leslie Cilliers was gunned down in cold blood while serving his community. Now 18 years later, his daughter continues to fight for justice for her father, despite his killers having been convicted (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support our Sponsor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlMByNo3g8M) (Sign the Petition: htt…
 
shutterstock In South Africa, about 6 million households have women as the breadwinners – about 38% of all homes. Many of these women don’t choose to be the primary financial provider but are forced into it by circumstances. And they are over-represented in the poorest paying and most unregulated sectors of the economy, such as service industries, …
 
Our executives Sim Tshabalala, Standard Bank Group CEO, Funeka Montjane, Standard Bank Group: CEO – Consumer and High Net Worth & Ethel Nyembe, Standard Bank: Head of Group Card & Payments spoke with Khaya Sithole on the Leadership Dialogue programme, listen here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/standard-bank-southafrica/message…
 
In tonight's special edition: Chad's president of three decades has died of wounds on the frontlines of a battle with rebels. News of his death came just hours after he was declared the winner of elections which would have given him another six years in power. He survived several rebellions and coup attempts whilst heading up a military regime. Des…
 
This week on South Africa's most accessible consumer technology podcast: Lindsey believes that Sony holds the key to Android supremacy, Gavin has problems with his gaming monitor, PlayStation 5 update destroys a long held belief of the show, and we tell you the worst thing about owning a flagship device. Watch the video about how processors are mad…
 
He was unknown to the Security Police at Vlakplaas near Pretoria until they were told to "make a plan" with him. Several banning orders, long days in detention and a spell on Robben Island had failed to break his spirit and crush his fight against apartheid. He was Griffiths Mxenge, the human rights lawyer who vigorously defended ANC comrades. So t…
 
Time to go to our third segment where we zoom into a country on the African continent. Today we look into Chad and Benin where presidential elections were held this week. In Chad it is widely expected that incumbent Idris Deby will win a sixth term. Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres are among those…
 
Clashes continued on Friday between rebel groups and national forces in the troubled Nigerian state of Borno. As many as 65,000 people have been forced to flee. Also, the UN's humanitarian chief says that sexual violence and starvation are being used as weapons of war in Ethiopia's Tigray region. The conflict has claimed thousands of lives since No…
 
Top stories on Africa Rise and Shine Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) has confirmed the arrests of over 80 people during the just concluded week of commemoration of genocide.The Trade Law Centre says members of Africa's new free trade area should complete their tariff reduction schedules and finalise essential rules of origin by July 2021 to start…
 
In tonight's edition: As Africa races to stay ahead of the pressures caused by the pandemic, a new programme is created to help strained healthcare providers on the continent get the funding they need to respond to Covid-19. Also, survivors of a jihadist attack on the northern Mozambican town of Palma continue to flood into the community of Pemba. …
 
Dit is 2040 en Suid-Afrika is onherkenbaar. ‘n Dispotie. Die post-pandemie regering het ekonomieë verander en kontroleer die land met ‘n diktatorshand. Provinsies is geskrap. Mure is rondom metropole gebou om die rykes en die armes te skei. Aardverwarming het veroorsaak dat somer verdwyn het, en dat winter die wêreld deur die jaar omhels. In die ar…
 
After a 5-year hiatus, veteran actor Mzwandile Ngubeni is back on screens and hosting the latest season of the hit reality confessions show Love Back.This week on the TshisaPod, Kyle speaks to the star about his and the show’s return, gets the juice on some hilarious moments behind the scenes, and learns of the emotional toll playing cupid had on h…
 
There are international warnings of diplomatic blowback after Somalia's president signs an extension of his mandate into law. Also, attacks and abuse against LGBT+ people in Cameroon are on the rise. Human Rights Watch says that dozens of them have been targeted by a police crackdown since February. And Benin's president vows to track down those re…
 
In Burkina Faso, judges have ruled that exiled former president Blaise Compaoré must stand trial for his role in the assassination of Thomas Sankara, whom he overthrew in a coup d'état in 1987. Also, a Tuareg leader in Mali has been shot dead in the capital Bamako. Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati was a key figure in a 2015 peace accord. And in a major step…
 
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Somalia's lower house of parliament has voted to extend the president’s mandate for two years. The speaker of the Senate, which would usually approve the legislation, immediately slammed the move as unconstitutional. This comes as Somalia's political scene has been in deadlock for months over the holding of elections. Also, the African Union urges …
 
In the 530s AD, a mysterious disease swept across the Aksumite territories of Ethiopia and Yemen. The black plague, with mysterious origins somewhere in the interior of East Africa, would soon spread on the ships of Aksumite merchants across the world. To make matters worse, a surge in volcanic activity caused a drop in global temperature, causing …
 
We report on an election in a strategically important nation in the Horn of Africa. Djibouti's President Ismail Omar Guelleh is certain to be re-elected in Friday's vote; the only other candidate stopped campaigning due to fears for his safety. Meanwhile, Benin and Chad are also gearing up for presidential elections on Sunday. And electric scooters…
 
IT was only in 1610 that the Dutch discovered the advantages of sailing east from the Cape before swinging north to reach the hub of their trading network in Java. As a result, contacts between the Khoekhoe and the Europeans steadily increased particularly around Table Bay. In the first half of the 17th Century a regular system of trade developed b…
 
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