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Daily podcast – October 11, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     11th October 2011 South Africa ranked fifth overall in the 2011 Ibrahim Index of governance quality in Africa, but fared poorly in the area of personal safety, the... 

Daily podcast – October 10, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     10th October 2011 South Africa's 2011 census started today, with the homeless and babies born after midnight being the first to be counted, opposition leaders and... 

Daily podcast – October 06, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     6th October 2011 South African political firebrand Julius Malema was admitted to hospital yesterday and is not expected to attend a ruling ANC disciplinary hearing... 

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Daily podcast – October 05, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     5th October 2011 Walmart's acquisition of Massmart can have a "potentially devastating" effect on local jobs, three government departments said, Centre for... 

Daily podcast – October 04, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     4th October 2011 South Africa's projections of about 4% growth over the next three years are too ambitious in the current global turmoil, and the 7% growth it needs... 

Daily podcast – October 03, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     3rd October 2011 Labour federation Cosatu will launch its own youth league called Cosatu Young Workers at its national congress next year, City Press reports, South... 

Daily podcast – September 30, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     30th September 2011 The Speaker's office has dismissed concern about the legitimacy of the ANC's new parliamentary consultation process on the Protection of State... 

Daily podcast – September 29, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     29th September 2011 The International Monetary Fund (IMF) needs to play a more assertive role in helping to resolve economic crises “sooner rather than later” and... 

Daily podcast – September 28, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     28th September 2011 The controversial spy tapes that got President Jacob Zuma off the hook on corruption charges were declared illegal during a labour dispute at the... 

Daily podcast – September 27, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     27th September 2011 The Justice Ministry says Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development Jeff Radebe has not been ordered to take steps against national police... 

Daily podcast – September 26, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     26th September 2011 The Presidency was unaware of plans to suspend national police commissioner General Bheki Cele, a spokesperson said yesterday, the World Bank said... 

Daily Podcast – September 23, 2011

By: Natalie Greve     23rd September 2011 President Jacob Zuma has asked police chief General Bheki Cele why he shouldn’t be suspended pending the outcome of the inquiry into two police... 

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