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Daily podcast – March 26, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     26th March 2012 South Africa's ANC youth league rebel Julius Malema upped the stakes in his political wrangling with the ruling party yesterday, saying he would... 

Daily podcast – March 23, 2012 

By: Bradley Dubbelman     23rd March 2012 The City of Johannesburg will spend over R100-billion on economic and social infrastructure over the next ten years, City of Johannesburg executive... 

Daily podcast – March 22, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     22nd March 2012 Opportunities for private equity (PE) investments beyond South Africa’s borders were starting to attract more interest from investors, Ernst &... 

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Daily podcast – March 20, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     20th March 2012 The Department of Trade and Industry’s initiative to create special economic zones (SEZs) may potentially provide significant and sustained... 

Daily podcast – March 19, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     19th March 2012 ANC Youth League president Julius Malema criticised power drunk ANC leaders yesterday who have drifted away from the masses, leaders of eight... 

Daily podcast – March 16, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     16th March 2012 Inflation pressures in South Africa are now likely becoming more generalized, reflecting demand-side pressure rather than only external factors,... 

Daily podcast – March 15, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     15th March 2012 ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema lodged an appeal against his recent sentence by the party with the ANC's national disciplinary committee of... 

Daily podcast – March 14, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     14th March 2012 Julius Malema has until the end of today to appeal the decision of the ANC's National Disciplinary Committee (NDC) to expel him from the party, the... 

Daily podcast – March 13, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     13th March 2012 Veteran human rights lawyer George Bizos argues in a submission to Parliament that the Protection of State Information Bill is unconstitutional on... 

Daily podcast – March 12, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     12th March 2012 ANC youth league rebel Julius Malema pleaded for the ruling party not to expel him and made a rare public apology to the movement's senior... 

Daily podcast – March 9, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     9th March 2012 South Africa will come to the rescue of a nuclear industry still struggling for customers a year after Japan's Fukushima disaster, with a tender... 

Daily podcast – March 8, 2012

By: Bradley Dubbelman     8th March 2012 Suspended national police chief Bheki Cele occasionally signed off on official documents from his deputies without scrutinising them, a board of... 

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