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Daily podcast – May 30, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     30th May 2011 With roughly one month remaining before the second leg of the Gautrain rapid-rail system is scheduled to open, construction work along the... 

Daily podcast – May 27, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     27th May 2011 Christine Lagarde, whose candidacy for the top International Monetary Fund job has been challenged by developing nations, said they would be fairly... 

Daily podcast – May 26, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     26th May 2011 Business Unity South Africa has called on Chinese companies to shift their approach to doing business in Africa away from raw materials exports to... 

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Daily podcast – May 25, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     25th May 2011 France's Finance Minister is set to declare that she wants to be the next head of the International Monetary Fund even though big emerging... 

Daily podcast – May 24, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     24th May 2011 Employers in South Africa are struggling to fill key positions, with 14% indicating that they have difficulty in finding the right talent, Manpower... 

Daily podcast – May 23, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     23rd May 2011 The African National Congress (ANC) was declared winner in the municipal elections on Saturday but gains by the main opposition show growing... 

Daily podcast – May 20, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     20th May 2011 The Independent Electoral Commission had completed results for 95.1% of the country's voting districts by 7.30 this morning, Colonel Muammar... 

Daily podcast – May 19, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     19th May 2011 The African National Congress (ANC) had garnered more than 60% of the 10,9-million local government election votes counted by 07:00 this morning,... 

Daily podcast – May 17, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     17th May 2011 Tomorrow’s local government poll in South Africa has seen the most peaceful campaign of all post-apartheid elections and looked set to draw a... 

Daily podcast – May 16, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     16th May 2011 Government has reiterated Cabinet’s call to all eligible voters to come out in large numbers on May 18, to exercise their democratic right to elect... 

Daily podcast – May 13, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     13th May 2011 Human Settlements Minister Tokyo Sexwale emphasised the importance of property ownership at the 43rd South African Property Owners Association... 

Daily podcast – May 12, 2011

By: Bradley Dubbelman     12th May 2011 A media report indicating that Cabinet ordered the National Treasury to "repackage" an audit report on municipalities is untrue, Cabinet... 

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