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On Unexplained South Africa I Jaco do my own investigation in to what weird and paranormal stuff happens around us. Some episodes will contain topics specifically about South Africa and others a bit more global. We will cover true crime, and lore and legends as well. And of course supra-natural "That's like a whole other level above super".
 
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 ...
 
True Crime South Africa – die Afrikaanse weergawe vertel die ware verhale en intrigues agter van Suid-Afrika se mees berugte en skokkende misdade ooit. Dié episodes het meer inligting wat op spesifiek die slagoffers fokus. Hier hoor jy meer oor die stories wat jy gedink het jy ken. Die episodes is nagevors, geskryf en vervaardig deur Nicole Engelbrecht vir haar gewilde True Crime South Africa reeks. Dit word oorvertel in Afrikaans deur JacarandaFM se Gerda de Sousa.
 
South Africa, land of inequality and assassination... I’m Mike Hampton, an anti-corruption activist. My book, ’Same Sh*t, Different Government’, was blocked by the politicians after 3,700 free downloads. In their effort to silence me, they’ve flooded me with court cases (S.L.A.P.P.) meant to imprison me. Consequently, I cannot speak freely but there are other important topics I can share. https://themikehampton.com
 
The podcast of the Round Table South Africa radio show with some discussions and quick news from the Tables of Southern Africa. If you'd like to know more please contact us on our website www.roundtable.co.za/contact/ We are a family-orientated young men's organisation. We do good for the community and have a blast doing it! Membership of Round Table is open to young men between the ages of 18 and 40 irrespective of their religious beliefs or political opinions.
 
SHOW RETURNING - MID 2022! From Johannesburg, South Africa is The Something Podcast! The show 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 previous episodes 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.
 
Knowledgebase.land is a website and information service curated by Dr Rick de Satge, Director of Research and Collaborative Learning at Phuhlisani NPC - an NGO active in the land sector based in Cape Town South Africa. We have compiled a weekly digest of land news since the start of the Ramaphosa Presidency. These weekly bulletins are now be available as podcasts We gratefully acknowledge the following sources for the music tracks used in the podcast Oppression For Your Dignity - Royalty-Fre ...
 
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
 
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 ...
 
SAMA membership provides you with individual or collective representation aimed at influencing medical and health legislation, regulation and policies. Our activities, products and services will assist you, as a private or public sector practitioner, to practise more successfully. Medical doctors and medical students registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA), qualify for SAMA membership. All members must abide by the Memorandum of Incorporation, Company rules and ...
 
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The case is yet another matter pointing to a time-sensitive crime crisis ravaging critical ecosystems in South Africa. Prosecuting authorities have warned that criminals targeting plants pose an immense and potentially irreversible problem. Some plants, like succulents, that are stolen and retrieved by police cannot simply be returned to the wild. …
 
It's Black Friday, it's payday and the best time in KZN to get those new rods bending! Just over a month to go before Christmas… wow 2022 has flown past and we have been blessed with some amazing catches in all facets. Offshore: The offshore fishing is going well along the KZN coast. The further north you go, the hotter the action gets. Rock and su…
 
Shaka met Henry Francis Fynn and Lieutenant Francis George Farewell in August 1824 and the traders were seeking his permission to live and work at Port Natal. Cape Governor Lord Charles Somerset had rejected Farewell’s request he annex the region, so that was the only option left for the traders. In episode 92 I explained how the amazulu reacted to…
 
When mother of two, Zarah Hector disappeared after leaving her place of work on the 15th of March 2016, an extensive search ensues. Nine days after her disappearance, Zarah's body was discovered and the puzzle pieces of her horrific murder showed how deeply the woman had been betrayed by someone she trusted. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Su…
 
Raksha Naidoo, WiMSA Deputy Chairperson and WIMSA Mentoring Committee member chats with five of the 2022 WiMSA Mentoring Programme mentees (Ndamulelo Mutshiny, Humbulani Havhi, Ntshuxeko Unity Makamu, Vilencia Parsaraman and Moyahabo Ntwagae) about their journey in the mentoring programme. The conversation starts with an emphasis on being intention…
 
This week, things went pear shaped for crypto exchange FTX. The filed for bankruptcy on Friday afternoon, taking over 130 of their companies with them. Brandon van Niekerk joins to discuss the effects. Satstacker: https://bitcoinsatstacker.bitvice.io/ Set a repeat purchase order for Bitcoin, sent directly to your self custody wallet. Brandon on Twi…
 
We talk with Dr. Dean Allen - renowned Author, Historian, Lecturer, and Media Presenter. Dean has authored several books, two of which are are titled "Frontier Land - Exploring the Eastern Cape." So much of our history played out in this area - and it really is a fascinating part of South Africa. We have digitised these two books and all the spots …
 
A Zulu prince and his bodyguard have been shot dead in KwaZulu-Natal, raising immediate speculation of a link with his close association to the newly installed King Misuzulu. The battle over the Zulu succession may have been settled when King Misuzulu KaZwelithini was formally installed late last month, but the bitter and violent behind-the-scenes …
 
The Little Karoo municipality is known for its port and acclaimed cheese factory. However, the municipality has made headlines due to critical governance issues, including a controversial new acting municipal manager, unstable political leadership, and problems with service delivery. The appointment of Keith Jordaan as the acting municipal manager …
 
The assassination by Janusz Waluś of beloved SACP leader Chris Hani in 1993 catapulted Nelson Mandela and the ANC to the forefront of settlement negotiations. It was a political murder that changed the trajectory of South African history. Twenty-five years ago, on 24 November 1997, Janusz Waluś appeared at a Truth and Reconciliation Commission amne…
 
Treasury has rebuked the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure and the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development for the protracted delay in the completion of the Mamelodi East Magistrates’ Court in Gauteng. In an article published by Daily Maverick last month, ‘The Mamelodi Magistrates’ Court that never was, and the contractor w…
 
The Post Office is facing financial woes. In some cases, workers’ medical aid and pension fund contributions have not been made for years, according to the Post Office itself. About 60 workers, under the banner of the Communication Workers Union (CWU), marched to Parliament in Cape Town on Thursday, demanding that their medical aid and pension fund…
 
In December 2022, the 55th — and possibly last — elective conference of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress will take place against a backdrop of sociopolitical chaos. In the limited audio documentary series, The Highwaymen, investigative journalists Richard Poplak and Diana Neille take a road trip across South Africa in search of answe…
 
A former North West prosecutor is accused of withholding information about a foreign national accused of being in possession of stolen property and driving an unregistered vehicle, which led to the suspect being wrongfully released. The suspect is still at large. And the former director of the province’s Specialised Commercial Crimes Unit faces sho…
 
Though inflation is consistently high across the globe, the latest research highlights that the way countries escape from their cost of living crises over the next two years will likely differ markedly – both in the time it takes and the extent to which price pressures release their hold on their economies. Inflation holds the key to whether the gl…
 
Cutting bureaucratic centralisation and fixing education are key to better public elected representatives, better public services and better political parties — as electoral reform, regardless of how crucial, is not a silver bullet, Daily Maverick’s The Gathering 2022 has heard. It is time to ditch the obsession with “a national democratic messiah”…
 
‘It is important that the central bank continues to deploy its instruments to tame the monster of inflation,’ says Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago. The central bank’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) raised interest rates by 75 basis points (bps) on Thursday, taking its hiking cycle since November 2021 to 350bps and the prime lending rate to …
 
Retail and pharmaceutical group Clicks plans to buy Sorbet Holdings, which owns more than 190 popular Sorbet beauty salons for R105-million. If approved by the Competition Commision, the transaction will result in Clicks holding 100% of all Sorbet group entities, including Sorbet brands, which Clicks has had a 25% stake in since 2015. Old Mutual Pr…
 
A renowned economist and the mayor of Cape Town outlined, at Daily Maverick’s The Gathering 2022, what they believe needs to be done to save South Africa. As South Africa grapples with rolling blackouts, deteriorating infrastructure, water shortages and a sky-high unemployment rate, renowned economist Dr Iraj Abedian of Pan-African Investment & Res…
 
Daily Maverick’s The Gathering has been told that, ‘organised crime [in South Africa] is so multifaceted that it is also driving the murder rate, the high rate of kidnappings and decimating our economic prospects’. Organised crime is an existential threat to South Africa, its democracy and its economy, said the Deputy National Director of Public Pr…
 
John Ernstzen, one of the most pre-eminent trade unionists in South Africa, has died at the age of 82. For more than two decades, John Ernstzen headed the Cape Town Municipal Workers’ Association (CTMWA), the largest union in the Western Cape. He was also one of the leaders who steered an often-fractious bunch of unions into one federation, Cosatu,…
 
Three of South Africa’s women leaders in the medical field have highlighted the need for the country to invest in a stronger health system, look into the collateral damage caused by lockdown to people’s lives and keep up and extend investment in research, medical and environmental surveillance systems for the country to be ready for the next pandem…
 
The DA was given a major scare by the Freedom Front Plus in a safe DA seat in Paarl, while the EFF made inroads in traditional ANC areas in Mpumalanga, and GOOD and the DA dented the ANC’s big majority in Nyanga, Cape Town, in a round of by-elections where no seats changed hands. Western Cape Ward 38 (Nyanga KTC) in Cape Town: ANC 63% (74%) GOOD 16…
 
While there has been a slight increase in clean audits from the Auditor-General, the government lost R12bn related to non-compliance and fraud, and service delivery departments and state-owned enterprises falling short. ‘It’s urgent that everybody in the accountability ecosystem acts differently, sees things differently, sees them for what they are…
 
The streets of Ward 38 in Nyanga were crowded on Wednesday despite the gloomy weather. A by-election was taking place in the ward, which also covers KTC and New Crossroads — about 20km from Cape Town’s Central Business District. The City of Cape Town’s Ward 38 is a stronghold of the ANC, but the DA and Good party were hoping for a miracle as they c…
 
Daily Maverick readers and a psychologist have their say about an ‘unsolvable’ question in a recent matric maths exam. Matric pupils and maths teachers across South Africa have raised concerns about Question 5 in Mathematics Paper 2, which was reportedly unsolvable. Daily Maverick readers also weighed in on the debate. “If the proofreader or extern…
 
The RMB/BER Business Confidence Index (BCI) slipped again in the fourth quarter, but some sectors – notably building – have shown surprising resilience in the face of rolling blackouts. The index slipped to 38 from 39 in the fourth quarter, maintaining a downward trajectory. As the range is 0 to 100, it remains deeply in negative territory and sign…
 
In a comprehensive study of 44 global pension systems, accounting for 65% of the world’s population, South Africa scored 44.2 for adequacy, 49.7 for sustainability and 78.4 for integrity. Between rolling blackouts and government (and corporate) corruption, South Africans have much to complain about, but the country’s pension system recently scored …
 
Two South African doctors are fighting to piggyback on the commodity trading behemoth’s $1.1bn corruption settlement with American authorities, claiming R860m related to a bizarre saga in which Glencore admits paying to bribe a judge in the Democratic Republic of Congo. They allege the payment was orchestrated by the right-hand man of sanctioned bi…
 
South African consumer inflation picked up pace again in October after slowing for two consecutive months, ticking up to 7.6% on an annual basis from 7.5% in September. This will not escape the notice of the SA Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), which is poised to deliver another big rate hike on Thursday. At 7.6%, the Consumer Price I…
 
While South Africans count their pennies in the wake of a depreciating rand and crushing cost-of-living increases, South African retailers are turning to social commerce to boost sales, particularly this Black Friday. Retail Capital’s managing director, Miguel da Silva, says that if approached properly and managed carefully, the trading days surrou…
 
One of the few avenues that photojournalists still have to make a living is by working for large global agencies. On 15 November 2022, GroundUp published an article by Daniel Steyn slating PicRights — a company established to protect the copyright and intellectual property of photographers around the world. The article was republished by Daily Mave…
 
The second quarter crime statistics, released on Wednesday, are — once again — grim. Reports of murder increased yet again, with at least 7,004 people murdered in South Africa between July and September 2022. SAPS also recorded a spike in kidnappings, which doubled nationally when compared to the same period last year. “The rate at which women are …
 
The 26-year-old died just a month before graduating as a constable. The tragedy has raised questions about the training programme which is already under investigation for alleged recruitment contraventions. Shortly before midday last Sunday at the Thabazimbi Tactical Academy in Limpopo, police trainee Sanelisiwe Khulu was fatally shot – allegedly b…
 
Joining Jenni Baxter and Melanie Walker in the SAPeople studio to chat about all things SA, is Carrie Adams - of the soon to be released podcast and YouTube Channel, Carrie's Connoisseurs. Three lovers of things that are good to put in your mouth (especially wine!) chat about Cyril in England, wine in England, Bokke going to take out the English, F…
 
These interactive bar charts provide a quick breakdown of the branch nomination results for the ANC’s top six, with data filtered by province. Read in Daily Maverick: “Women fall short (again) in race for top six ANC positions” Read in Daily Maverick: “Zweli Mkhize clinches enough nominations to contest Cyril Ramaphosa for top ANC position”…
 
As more and more provincial leaders in the ANC proclaim their support for President Cyril Ramaphosa to serve another term as leader of the party, it now appears the race for deputy leader is becoming crowded. There appear to be at least six people supported by one or another ANC constituency. That there are so many names being mentioned may indicat…
 
Just like in 2017, women are largely absent from nominations for the party’s top six. However, they could still cause an upset from the floor at the leadership conference. The ANC top six nomination list shows an alarming trend which has started to plague the governing party – the exclusion of women from key positions. Of the seven provinces that h…
 
ANC treasurer-general Paul Mashtile gained sufficient ground to lead the race for deputy president, with Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola receiving the second-highest number of nominations. The ANC’s Electoral Committee chair Kgalema Motlanthe announced the outcomes of the nominations for the party’s top six positions on Tue…
 
South Africa’s economic outlook just got a whole lot worse, and not only because of Stage 6 load shedding. Consumer confidence has effectively collapsed in a heap, which suggests households are running low on disposable income. This will negatively impact the retail, credit and other sectors. The FNB/BER Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) sank to -25 …
 
The ANC now signifies dishonourable conduct. It is habituated to preying on the poor, manifested in defrauding funds intended for the needs of the impoverished majority. It may now be a case of needing to say, ‘good riddance’ or ‘your time is up’. There is little doubt that the ANC is on the way down and we will see its gradual demise. It is not so…
 
Nearly three decades after being jailed, and following years of failed attempts to be released on parole, the Polish immigrant — who assassinated the anti-apartheid activist and South African Communist Party leader in 1993 – has been granted parole by the Constitutional Court. The highest court in South Africa on Monday ruled that Chris Hani’s assa…
 
The unprotected strike at Eskom, blamed for plunging South Africa into the throes of Stage 6 load shedding, is juddering to a halt but is not completely over. Employees at four power stations were still holding out late on Wednesday, though union bosses were trying to coax them back to work ahead of the resumption of wage talks on Friday. Load shed…
 
ANC Treasurer General Paul Mashatile, who has been nominated for the position of party deputy president, said he was not aware of being nominated for the ANC’s top job — for now. Speaking exclusively to Daily Maverick, Mashatile said the power is with the branches. ANC Treasurer General Paul Mashatile was in Nyanga, Cape Town, on Sunday, 20 Novembe…
 
As the ANC’s elections committee is opening the envelopes with branch nominations, we are about to enter a twilight zone of intense political contestation and weaponised deliberate disinformation. This is the moment where our ever-uglier politics meet the great need for power that makes politicians drop all pretences of decent contestations and whe…
 
He took it ‘very seriously’, Jacob Zuma said, upon hearing the ‘nine wasted years’ statement by President Cyril Ramaphosa in 2018, attributed to his almost two terms in office. He said Ramaphosa ‘was there’ during those allegedly wasted years. ‘It was quite a statement, and much as I did not take much care of what people say about me — they made me…
 
Richards Bay Minerals (RBM), a unit of global mining giant Rio Tinto, has another ‘community’ issue on its hands which has gone pear-shaped. It is seeking a high court order to ‘vary’ its community trust deeds, a key part of its BEE profile, over concerns that they have been mismanaged. RBM said in a statement on Friday it had “brought forward an a…
 
Charles Darwin, Felix Mendelssohn and Edgar Allan Poe were all born in 1809. But it was also a year that saw the birth of a Kentucky boy who went on to save the United States of America and forever define the essence of the just government. His name was Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln. Of all the SA folk who watched Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece Lincoln,…
 
Former President Jacob Zuma who led the country through ten years of state capture told a 500-strong audience at Phillipi in Cape Town that the ANC is no longer seen as a leader of society because the current leadership is failing to implement the party's radical economical transformation policy. Former President Jacob Zuma called on ANC members to…
 
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