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21 Jul 2009
 
 
 
 
Daliy podcast - July 21, 2009
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In today's podcast, Helen Zille says that SA's provinces are a bulwark of democracy; the ANC disbands party provincial leadership structures in the North West and Western Cape provinces; and the...
 
 
20 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast — July 20, 2009
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In today's podcast, markets are pleased with the appointment of Gill Marcus as Reserve Bank governor; the nest UN report on global warming will focus on cloud formation, a rise in sea levels and...
 
 
17 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 17, 2009
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in today's podcast, Zwelinzima Vavi says that Cosatu and the SACP do not control the President; the UNCTAD says that developing countries need to go beyond institutional reform and focus on good...
 
 
16 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 16, 2009
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In today's podcast, the World Bank's chief economist says that SA needs to accelerate infrastructure development to minimise the impact of the global financial crisis; President Jacob Zuma calls...
 
 
15 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 15, 2009
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In today's podcast, Planning Minister Trevor Manuel says that SA's infrastructure project pipeline needs urgent replenishment; SA is viewed as "playing a very positive role" in climate change...
 
 
14 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 14, 2009
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In today's podcast, the Congress of the People denies leadership contests within the party; World Trade Organisation DG Pascal Lamy says that the global economic downturn is far from over; and the...
 
 
13 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 13, 2009
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In today's podcast, G8 and MEF climate talks progress but there is still no fair deal; world leaders signal the demise of the G8 wealthy nations club as developing nations play a greater role in...
 
 
10 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 10, 2009
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In today's podcast, Cape Judge President John Hlophe says that South Africa's law needs to be Africanised; the WWF proposes a new global financial architecture for the global climate change deal...
 
 
09 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 9, 2009
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In today's podcast, economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz avers that the rigid application of inflation targeting is a ‘costly mistake'; leaders of the G8 and the G5 meet to find common ground on...
 
 
08 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 8, 2009
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In today's podcast, two high-level leaders resign from Cope; World Bank president Robert Zoellick welcomes a Group of Eight plan to invest billions of dollars to boost food security; Judge Lex...
 
 
07 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 7, 2009
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In today's podcast, SA's powerful trade unions will continue to escalate strike action unless President Jacob Zuma's government meets its demands for pro poor policies; Botswana Vice-President...
 
 
06 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 6, 2009
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In today's podcast, the Young Communist League backs the ANC Youth League's call for the nationalisation of mines; US President Barack Obama's choice of Ghana for his first official trip to Africa...
 
 
03 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 3, 2009
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In today's podcast, government says that civil servants will have to temper their demands for wage increases with understanding for the recession; African Heads of State approve a plan to enhance...
 
 
02 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast - July 2, 2009
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In today's podcast, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says that South Africa's low debt-to-GDP ratio means that government can maintain its present spending levels and increase its borrowings; hte...
 
 
01 Jul 2009
 
 
 
Daily podcast -July 1, 2009
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In today's podcast, Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies says that South Africa should have the "courage" to increase tariffs; the World Bank says that African countries should focus on...
 
 
 
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