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Join Executive Director Rudolf Pretorius and CEO Brendon Jones of Mauritian-based financial services group, Adansonia Holdings, as they delve into the complex world of African investment. From interviews with the movers and shakers to the latest trends and news, Invest Africa is essential listening to anyone looking to realise the potential of the world's second largest continent.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Much has been written about the South African Border war which is also known as the Namibian War of Independence. While the fighting was ostensibly about Namibia, most of the significant battles were fought inside Namibia’s northern neighbour, Angola. South Africa’s 23 year border war has been almost forgotten as the Cold War ebbed away and bygones were swept under the political carpet. South African politicians, particularly the ANC and the National Party, decided during negotiations to end ...
 
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These dialogues from the Wits School of Arts, Arts Research Africa project, are intended to stimulate practice, enable research, and inspire collective engagement around the question of Arts Research in Africa. Art lecturers and postgraduate students in the Wits School of Arts at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, are grappling with the challenge of positioning arts research in an African context. These podcasts seek to develop a dialogue with both national and international ...
 
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!
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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
 
Harbour City Church is a Christian Church in Durban, South Africa that exists to Know Jesus and Make Jesus Known. We meet on Sunday mornings at 10am at Glenwood Prep School (53 Bath Road). Our Mission as a Church is: 1) To Make Disciples 2) To Equip All Members for Ministry in All of Life 3) To Renew Durban with the Gospel 4) To Plant and Strengthen Churches
 
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This is episode 25 and we’re following the early history of the Xhosa. They were about to come into direct contact with the Dutch expanding from the Cape Peninsular. Remember last episode we heard about the growing bizarre behaviour by Gcaleka who was one of Phalo’s sons – and his propensity to believe himself a diviner. That was after he escaped d…
 
Time is ticking for business owners to submit their claims for damage caused by the recent civil unrest – or they will miss out. There is a 30 day time limit from the date of the event for business owners to ensure that their claim is lodged with the South African Special Risks Insurance Association (SASRIA). Dini Nondumo, Head of Commercial Insura…
 
Our experiences in Community Monitoring on C19In this episode:Facilitated by: Dr Lauren Paremoer, member of PHM SASpeakers:Bongelane Nene - Community monitor from GautengCaroline Mshengo - Community monitor from MpumalangaNoluthando Nontobeko Mhlongo - Community monitor from KwaZulu NatalDr Theresa Mwesigwa - DoHEACT is a civil society coalition wo…
 
In this episode we look at one of South Africa's cults, the Awaiting Christ cult or the ARK as it is also known.The cult came to light in 2003 when the body of 8 of it's members were found in shallow graves on the cult grounds...Find us on social media!Facebook; Wicked Crimes South AfricaTwitter @CrimesSouthE-mail: wickedcrimessa@gmail.comSupport t…
 
South African firm Biovac partners with Pfizer and BioNTech to produce their vaccine in South Africa for distribution on the continent. It's a welcome deal for Africa, but pharmaceutical companies continue to oppose vaccine patent waivers which could vastly ramp up the pace of production. Also, Tunisia's military takes over running the Covid-19 res…
 
GettyImages After former president Jacob Zuma was recently arrested for contempt of court, South Africa went into disarray. Widespread looting, vandalism and violence broke out. Two provinces – Gauteng, the country’s economic hub, and KwaZulu-Natal, on the east coast – bore the brunt of this. What was initially premised on Zuma’s arrest transpired …
 
shutterstock In the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic the phrase “herd immunity” was bandied about a lot by heads of state as well as health officials. This ideal end state was described as the moment when the virus had been beaten, and everyone could return to a normal life. But a great deal has changed in the intervening months. Firstly, the vi…
 
In this edition of the Business Day Spotlight, we talk about the effects of recent unrest on banking giant, FNB’s operations and efforts by corporates in SA to help consumers and businesses cope with the resulting fallout. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Jacques Celliers, FNB’s CEO to discuss and shed light on the issues.Discussion points inclu…
 
Before the meteoric rise of the Ashanti Empire of southern Ghana could begin, first the region of Ghana had to be peopled. And, throughout the 10th to 14th centuries, the region was settled by multiple waves of new migrants, including the ancestors of the Akan, Dagomba, and Ga-Dangbe. Learn how, why, and to what affect these people migrated to Ghan…
 
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Living through 2020 and 2021, you could be forgiven for thinking the conspiracy theorists were right. Looking back on the big events in South Africa and the US (not to mention the rest of the globe), there’s enough fertile ground for every wild grain of paranoia to take root. Chris Wyatt - a retired US Army Colonel, and someone who has been paying …
 
The ICC has dropped its arrest warrant for Ivory Coast’s former first lady Simone Gbagbo. The move follows the acquittal of her husband Laurent Gbagbo for crimes against humanity. The ex-president returned to his homeland on June 17 and later met with longtime political rival Alassane Ouattara. For more, we speak to France 24's Hannane Ferdjani in …
 
It’s been a long journey to Zingah finding his feet in the entertainment industry, but as he gears to release his album Scamtho, the rapper is sure the only way to go is up.“It took a lot of soul-searching. That helped me become more of myself and that is what has put me at a place where I’ve decided to show more of myself. Also, it came with a lot…
 
In this edition of the Business Day Spotlight, we explore what retail transaction data can tell us about the health of SA’s economy. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Shergeran Naidoo, head of stakeholder engagement at BankservAfrica, the largest automated payments clearing house on the continent.The discussion explores the results of BankserAfri…
 
The political situation in Tunisia remains unsteady as President Kais Saied pledges to protect freedoms. We hear from our reporter in Tunis. Also, the UK and Kenya hold a summit to raise funds for the future of global education, and we meet Benin's young percussionists dancing to the beat of their own drum.…
 
Bat species in Rwanda are being threatened due to the loss of habitats – now a conservation organization is getting local communities onboard by raising awareness over the vital role bats play in the ecosystem.توسط DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Critical raw materials like lithium, rare earths and graphite are in high demand, but in most places they're not readily available. A team of geologists is working to find them in northern Europe to make the EU less dependent on China.توسط DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A young man and a team in Tanzania collect tons of human hair waste a month and convert it into a keratin-rich liquid fertilizer. After many attempts to get the right recipe, he has turned a quirky idea into reality.توسط DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
There is exultation in Kenya's Shona community as nearly 2,000 of the formerly stateless members are given ID cards and citizenship, which will transform their lives. Plus, more than 354 million people live with hepatitis around the world, leading to over a million deaths every year. On World Hepatitis Day, our correspondents in Gabon speak to camp…
 
This is just a short little episode that answers some viewer questions about Aksum, including questions about the Ge'ez language, the Aksumite-Roman relationship, and Ethiopian saints. Also features an announcement regarding next season. Support the show (https://patreon.com/historyofafrica)توسط The History of Africa Podcast
 
In this edition of the Business Day Spotlight, we talk about the growth of the recycling industry in SA.Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Matthieu de Gaudemar, co-founder and CEO of Kudoti. The discussion focuses on Kudoti’s origins; the company’s business model; trends in the waste management sector; the opportunity for companies looking to serv…
 
In Ivory Coast, longtime foes Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara meet in Abidjan with the former president calling for political prisoners to be freed after 10 years behind bars. But first, political turmoil continues in Tunisia as parties call for dialogue following the president’s dismissal of the prime minister. Plus, over 3,000 youngsters enr…
 
More than half a trillion US dollars flows through the mobile money market in sub-Saharan Africa each year. In this episode, Nikolai Barnwell, CEO of tech company pawaPay, explains how this fascinating ecosystem works and why it will soon be the continent’s dominant financial service offering.توسط Brendon Jones, Rudolf Pretorius
 
Turmoil grips Tunisia as President Kais Saied sacks the prime minister and suspends parliament with help from the army. Also, fresh anti-government protests in Eswatini leave at least two people dead. Finally, we meet the young entrepreneur in Cameroon hoping to reduce his country's reliance on fish imports. We bring you all these stories and more …
 
In this edition of the Business Day Spotlight, we talk about the vulnerability of consumers in SA. Our host Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Johann van Tonder, an economist and researcher from Momentum. The discussion focuses on the results of the latest Consumer Financial Vulnerability Index done by Momentum and Unisa; key findings from the report; fact…
 
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