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24 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 24, 2015
Making headlines: Suspended South African Airways CEO Monwabisi Kalawe resigns. The world's first malaria vaccine could be approved by international regulators for use in Africa from October. And,...
23 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 23, 2015
Making headlines: Parliament's intelligence committee is dealing with a letter about the ‘crisis’ in the South African Revenue Service. European Union leaders will boost rescue operations after the...
22 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 22, 2015
Making headlines: Business Against Crime South Africa expresses concern about the ongoing xenophobic attacks. Niger shuts schools and vaccinates children to fight a meningitis outbreak. And, the...
21 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 21, 2015
Making headlines: South African companies are not pulling out of Africa amid xenophobia threats. Pope Francis condemns the "continuing martyrdom" of Christians. And, expelled Cosatu general...
20 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 20, 2015
Making headlines: At least 300 people have been arrested for xenophobic attacks. The World Health Organisation admits failings over the Ebola epidemic. And, Eskom warns that there’s a medium to...
17 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 17, 2015
Making headlines: Eskom restarts rolling power cuts on Friday for the sixth straight day. An Egyptian soldier was killed and five wounded when a roadside bomb hit two military armoured vehicles in...
16 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 16, 2015
Making headlines: President Jacob Zuma calls for an end to the killing linked to the xenophobic attacks. Two independent candidates withdraw from Sudan's presidential election. And, South Africa's...
15 Apr 2015
Daily Podcast – April 15, 2015
Making headlines: South African foreign investment confidence could suffer as a result of the xenophobic attacks in Durban. Ten people have been injured and one has been killed in the second day of...
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