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Wicked Crimes South Africa is a true crime podcast that focuses on South African crimes with a connection to the occult, or a supernatural twist. This podcast is hosted by Jan Bence, that researches the cases to the absolute possible extend, using media reports, actual official documents, and sometimes even psychic's willing to help out in cases.
 
Tourism to South Africa: South Africa is a world-class tourist destination. These podcasts are a way to create interest in South Africa as a holiday and travel destination. We highlight interesting and cool history, explain monuments and memorials, put the history into context, and we hope to make your road trip through South Africa more interesting! Road Trip SA is a mobile app to help tourists find monuments, museums, statues and thousands of POI's. All the listings on the app have a photo ...
 
Welcome to the new podcast from Wines of South Africa (WOSA). Each episode we talk to a selection of winemakers, winery owners, and other members of South Africa's wine industry to learn more about South African wine. We also get a sommelier's perspective on the wines. Each episode has a theme, be it a region, grape variety, wine style, or some other aspect of the country's vibrant wine scene. South Africa has been making wine for over 360 years; with over 500 wine cellars and myriad differe ...
 
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!
 
If you're an addict, NA can help WhatsApp 082 899 8816 National Phoneline 0861 00 6962 Narcotics Anonymous is a free, non-profit fellowship of people for whom drugs have become a major problem. NA’s program is open to addicts of all ages, nationalities, cultures, creed, gender identity, and religions. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.
 
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
 
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
 
Welcome to SAPeople Podcast where you can join us for your regular fix of SA culture, skinder, news and get the low-down on all the good stuff happening at home and abroad. SAPeople.com entertains, informs, inspires and connects South Africans globally. #ProudlySouthAfrican another Solid Gold podcast #BeHeard
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
The South African Human Rights Commission celebrates its 25 years of promoting and protecting the human and socio-economic rights of everyone living in South Africa. To celebrate this anniversary, this podcast series will look at the work of the Gauteng provincial office of the SAHRC over the last years.
 
Do you have questions about living with diabetes in South Africa? Join the club! Welcome to Diabetic South Africans with Bridget McNulty who will be answering your questions to help you live a healthy, happy life with diabetes. This podcast is brought to you by Abbott FreeStyle Libre. another Solid Gold podcast #BeHeard
 
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 ...
 
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Heading out of East London on the N2 takes you towards the old homeland territory of The Transkei. The bridge over the Kei river was once a border post, and is now a small rest stop and fuel station. Years ago you would have had to show your passport - but the Transkei was reincorporated into South Africa post the 1994 elections. This is rural Afri…
 
On Friday, 14 January, we discussed how while our kids returning to school can be a time of pride and joy for parents, it can just as easily be a time of financial stress. Listen to our podcast and find out how to go about beating the back-to-school blues when it comes to our finances. #ItCanBe Disclaimer: The views in this podcast are those of the…
 
In this episode, Ricki interviews Carter about the changes that he has made in his life over the past few years to reduce his reliance on the state as much as possible. Carter dives into homesteading and what can be done relatively easily to start you on your journey toward increasing levels of self reliance. Follow carter on Twitter @StateProofSto…
 
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 wit…
 
This is episode 49 and Khoe and Oorlam Afrikaaner uprising of 1799. Keep in mind at this point in South African history, Afrikaaners are the mixed race band of former Khoe, mixed race, slaves and Namaqua living in the northern Hantam and at times, raiding Namaqualand.When we left off last episode things were sliding towards war as the settlers of t…
 
In 2002 the bodies of five women were found in a quarry. Four years later when more started to be found, South Africa's IPU realized that their killer was back. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa) (Support the show on PayPal https://www.paypal.me/truecrimesa) Support the Show on Pat…
 
In this episode we look at the horrific murder of Anele Hoyana that was documented in horrific viral videos posted to Facebook by his murderer.Find us on Social Media!Facebook: Wicked Crimes South AfricaTwitter: @CrimesSouthSupport us financially!Paypal: Paypal.me/WickedCrimesPatreon: Patreon.com/WickedCrimesHelpline Number: 082 821 3447…
 
The Lifeblood of South Africa.In a week that's seen flooding across parts of the country and tales of heroic rescue attempts, journalist Ted Botha is not all at sea when it comes to having the latest news and views of what's happening in South Africa. The intrepid traveler took an 11km cold water swim (in a Speedo nog al - check the great aerial pi…
 
This is episode 42 – it’s 1979 and all hell is breaking loose as the Rhodesian Bush war reaches it apogee and SWAPO increases its incursions into OVamboland and into the Death triangle further south. In this episode we’ll meet an extraordinary woman called Tannie Pompie, real name Pompie van der Westhuizen. She has been lauded and memorialised by r…
 
In a week which sees the EU lifting travel bans, Jenni Baxter in France and Melanie Walker in Johannesburg bring you good news from all over South Africa and the world. If you're into cricket, tennis, movies and the small screen or who's doing who, listen in and find out more. Support Gift of the Givers now…
 
You leave the deeply forested and mountainous areas, and head into "Frontier" or "Settler" country. Port Elizabeth saw the arrival of the 1820 settlers, and the area between there and East London has a rich history of settlers - 5000 British immigrants arrived to settle and stabilise the area - torn by 100 years of unrest and warfare. This is a rec…
 
In this episode Ricki and Brandon are joined by returning guest Hermann Viviers to talk about Bitcoin Ekasi, the project he started in Mossel bay, South Africa, inspired by the success of Bitcoin Beach in El Salvador. Follow the project on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BitcoinEkasi Exonumia: Open source translation of Bitcoin texts. https://exonumia…
 
This is episode 48 and we’re following the sagas of the Visagies and others in the Hantam, that rough and ready part of the northern Cape.This chaotic land had spawned another by the name of Petrus Pienaar of the Afrikaaners. Regarded as one of the most influential men of the frontier, Pienaar emerged as the spokesman of the Hantammers. He was clos…
 
When a couple delivered their first child on the 3rd of May 1994, they could have no idea that within hours a nightmare would begin that would last 22 months. A woman had stolen their baby and then seemingly disappeared into thin air. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa) (Support the…
 
This is episode 41 and we’re dealing with events in 1979. One of these as you’re about to hear involve a Rhodesian Airlines Vickers Viscount that was shot down – and the SAAF was involved in the response. That was to target a ZIPRA base in eastern Angola. While the new year of 1979 began relatively peacefully, that changed in February when 250 SWAP…
 
The struggle against Apartheid lasted many years - and there are many sites around South Africa that commemorate this part of our history. There are however a few that stand out as really worthwhile places to visit in order to understand this period of our history. In this episode we chat about those - and then we move on to some just plain interes…
 
Starting off like a damp Squib?The start of the year saw two legends being honoured, Parliament ablaze, the first part of the Zondo Commission report being handed over, and Chad le Clos getting more Medals!Want to know who's been visiting our shores? And what Saffers abroad are doing? Then SAPeople.com is the place to get all the latest good (and o…
 
This is episode 47 and we are concentrating on a mysterious and contradicted part of southern Africa, the Hantam. We’re also going to meet a German sailor who’d deserted and ran away to the Orange River in the 1780s by the name of Jan Bloem. He worked as an overseer, a Knecht, at Sandfontein farm owned by Petrus Pienaar. Groups of white hunters wer…
 
As we bid farewell to 2021, I've put together a wrap of the year in true crime in SA as well as a blooper reel of my recording mishaps for the year (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa) (Support the show on PayPal https://www.paypal.me/truecrimesa) Support the Show on Patreon · Suppor…
 
This is episode 46 and it’s about Namaqualand, the Oorlam Afrikaaners and the GriquasBut first a note about the British occupation. We know that they arrived in 1795, defeated the Dutch forces and then attempted to take control of events on the frontiers. As the Dutch had found, this was not an easy undertaking. The new Governor Sir George Yonge ha…
 
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