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Daily podcast – March 8, 2011

By: Shannon de Ryhove     8th March 2011 Britain and France seek UN authorisation for a no-fly zone over Libya; the cooperative governance and traditional affairs department is planning to... 

Daily podcast – March 7, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     7th March 2011 South Africa is unlikely to nationalise its mining sector even though the ruling African National Congress (ANC) is debating the idea, Webber... 

Daily podcast – March 4, 2011 

By: Bradley Dubbelman     4th March 2011 South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC), which espoused non-racialism in its fight against apartheid, now finds itself divided over a... 

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Daily podcast – March 3, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     3rd March 2011 South Africa backs France's goals for its presidency of the Group of 20 economies (G20), President Jacob Zuma said, stressing that failure to... 

Daily podcast – March 2, 2011 

By: Bradley Dubbelman     2nd March 2011 Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says that the New Growth Path meant a departure from a consumption to a production-driven economy where... 

Daily podcast – March 1, 2011

By: Shannon de Ryhove     1st March 2011 Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi mass near the Tunisian border; Egypt's military leaders will hold a referendum on constitutional... 

Daily podcast – February 28, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     28th February 2011 South African President Jacob Zuma has promised to create jobs, improve social services and fight corruption in government as he appealed for... 

Daily podcast – February 25, 2011 

By: Bradley Dubbelman     25th February 2011 The Department of Water Affairs has released the long-awaited 146-page acid mine drainage (AMD) report, which was compiled by a team of water and... 

Daily podcast – February 24, 2011

By: Shannon de Ryhove     24th February 2011 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan announced in his 2011 Budget Review that an additional R4,9-billion will be allocated for housing and municipal... 

Daily podcast – Wednesday 23, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     23rd February 2011 Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's 2011/12 Budget, to be presented in the National Assembly today, is widely expected to follow current trends and... 

Daily podcast – February 22, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     22nd February 2011 Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane said that the province was "not opposed to the idea of tolling as a cost recovery mechanism" but was concerned... 

Daily podcast – February 21, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     21st February 2011 The Presidency has come out in support of former President Thabo Mbeki regarding his mediation efforts in the African Union which the Sunday Times... 

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