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22 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 22, 2015
Making headlines: Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says the value of Agoa is diminishing. Uganda rules out sending its troops to Burundi. And, the revised e-toll tariffs get mixed reaction.
21 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 21, 2015
Making headlines: Gauteng’s e-tolls are cut by half as Sanral mitigates civil disobedience. The Islamic State's Egypt affiliate urges attacks on judges. And, political commentator Aubrey Matshiqi...
20 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 20, 2015
Making headlines : South African public sector unions secure wage deal, averting strike action. Burundi’s president Pierre Nkurunziza delays parliamentary elections by one week. And, African...
19 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 19, 2015
Making headlines: Politician Thulas Nxesi says the ANC is facing a looming political disaster. Egypt’s death sentences worry the US, the UN and Turkey. And, trade union Solidarity’s labour index...
18 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 18, 2015
Making headlines: Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says government will keep a controlling stake in Eskom. An Egyptian court seeks the death penalty for ex-president Mohamed Mursi. And, the Congress...
15 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 15, 2015
Making headlines: There is still no official explanation over Mxolisi Nxasana’s inquiry into his fitness to hold office. President Pierre Nkurunziza returns to Burundi after the army says a coup...
14 May 2015
Daily podcast – May 14, 2015
Making headlines: Parliament attempts to keep the Public Protector under its thumb. Burundi’s army head says the coup attempt failed as fighting rages in the capital. And, millions of households...
13 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 13, 2015
Making headlines: Rising food prices pose a risk for the inflation rate in South Africa inflation. Africa's peacekeeping force may become a reality. And, Eskom is determined to have National...
12 May 2015
Daily podcast – May 12, 2015
Making headlines: Cosatu tells Numsa not to celebrate its ‘hollow victory’ in the High Court. The World Food Programme says drought-hit Southern Africa is at risk of food shortages. And, there’s a...
11 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 11, 2015
Making headlines: First black leader heads South Africa's opposition party. Burundi’s opposition leader Agathon Rwasa to run for presidency during the upcoming presidential election. And, the...
08 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 8, 2015
Making headlines: Western Cape Economic Opportunities Minister, Alan Winde says visa regulations could cost South Africa R10-billion. At least five people were killed in a Boko Haram attack on a...
07 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 7, 2015
Making headlines: Two top taxmen quit amid South African Revenue Services 'rogue unit' scandal. European Union seeks United Nations approval to seize migrant boats. And, Eskom implements stage 1...
06 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 6, 2015
Making headlines: The strike at Medupi continues. The United Nations hails the progress on Ebola as new weekly cases drop. And, Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says a shift in...
05 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 5, 2015
Making headlines: Democratic Alliance Parliamentary leader Mmusi Maimane says he will build a party that does is consistent on important issues. Nigeria’s Boko Haram is in disarray as government...
04 May 2015
Daily Podcast – May 4, 2015
Making headlines: South Africa hopes to restore energy ties with Iran. Amnesty International say Egypt is using courts and jail to intimidate journalists. Andy, Eskom carries out weekend...
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