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Best Audiodacious podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Audiodacious podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Hungry Woman at Work is a podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul. Be inspired by the stories of women who are making an impact in their spheres of influence, be it in the boardroom, the classroom, on the field, at an NGO, or at home. And get some snippets of advice on issues facing women in the workplace, from mentorship and leadership, to being healthy at work.
 
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Audiodacious — When you wrote down your #2020goals we’re almost certain “Survive a pandemic” was not on your list! And yet that’s exactly where we find ourselves now. COVID-19 has changed our lives in irrevocable ways and we have all experienced life under some form of lockdown.In episode 18 Nevelia Moloi asks the question: “Who do you want to be b…
 
Audiodacious — Spain and Villarreal midfielder Santi Cazorla spoke to SuperSport.com and a few selected international journalists about...- his return to football after a career threatening injury- Arsenal dream return - fighting for a place in Spain's Euro 2020 squad and - Villarreal’s quest for European football.…
 
Audiodacious — Nothing like an awards evening to end a great rugby season. In the Change Room, Kaunda Ntunja and Johan Coetzee reflect on the BrightRock Players Choice Awards with producer Mzamo Moloi. They hear from Pieter-Steph du Toit, discuss Warren Whiteley's future, varify Francois Steyn rumours and more.Listen out for...+ Pieter-Steph wants …
 
Audiodacious — This is the coaches edition. Kaunda Ntunja and Johan Coetzee welcome back rugby journo Simnikiwe Xabanisa as they comb over the Springboks immediate future. We hear from World Cup winner Victor Matfield, speculate on who could replace Rassie Erasmus, relive the trophy tour and invite our old friend Jeremy Guscott into 2019 rugby 😁 Li…
 
Audiodacious — Ryan Kankowski knows all about transition: from Super Rugby with the Sharks, donning 20 Springbok caps and winning the 2009 Tri-Nations and British-Irish series, to playing with the Blitzbokke at the Commonwealth Games and also doing a stint with the Japanese Toyota rugby team in 2012. He talks to Siv Ngesi about lessons learnt from …
 
Audiodacious — What are men’s voices doing on a show for women who want to thrive at work? What they should have been doing a long time ago: taking a stand against toxic masculinity and doing their part to eradicate gender-based violence. So say the collective voices on our show today. Gender-based violence has so many facets and one episode is not…
 
Audiodacious — We are the Champions! In the Change Room, Lwazi Ziqubu, Johan Coetzee and comedian "Prins" celebrate the Springboks Rugby World Cup victory. They discuss Boks evolvement, Siya Kolisi setting trends, thank Beast Mtawarira and where the World Champions go from here.Listen out for...+ Rugby Champs 2018: the lessons NZ gave Springboks fo…
 
Audiodacious — “It doesn't happen overnight”Francois van Coke goes by many descriptors. Front man of rock band Fokofpolisiekar. Coach on The Voice SA. Son of a preacher. An anarchist that lives in the suburbs (a translated verse from his latest track, Daarsy Boys). But once upon a time he was just a young boy from a suburb called Bellville who drea…
 
Audiodacious — England v South Africa, it's time for the biggest match in all of Rugby. In the Change Room Kaunda Ntunja and Johan Coetzee are joined by England legend Jeremy Guscott in this Rugby World Cup final edition. They discuss how to "lose a final", Eddie Jones, the definitive showpiece battles, their favourite sub-plots going into the deci…
 
Audiodacious — “My life has been a rollercoaster of change”Paul Treu is the name synonymous with the ascent of Sevens rugby in South Africa. After playing for the SA Sevens team from 1999-2003, he became head coach and then went on to become the first African coach to lead the team to victory at a World Sevens series. This former teacher has lived …
 
Audiodacious — 'Once upon a time', is how many of our favourite childhood stories begin. Once upon a time there was a young girl, actually (9) young girls and (11) young boys born in different parts of East Africa, into different families, on different days, growing up in different households with different traditions. But one thing all of them had…
 
Audiodacious — Who would you pick from another RWC team to play for the Boks? In the Change Room Motshidisi Mohono and Johan Coetzee are joined by renowned commentator Makhaya Jack. They discuss Wales priorities against SA, England vs New Zealand mind games, "uhamba nobani" and Cheetahs' Pro 14 shot.+ Wales mistaken to focus on Cheslin Kolbe+ Decid…
 
Audiodacious — "You dala what you must"Dalin Oliver is one of the funniest South Africans on the mic and with good reason. He's always been a performer, which explains why this former teacher believes educators are the best storytellers. Radio DJ by day and comedian by night, Dalin shares about converting his art into business and when opportunity …
 
Audiodacious — Will the player of the Rugby World Cup emerge when Japan meet the Springboks? In the Change Room this week, Motshidisi Mohono and Johan Coetzee are joined by former Bok Kaya Malotana. They discuss Japan vs South Africa, quarter-final tactics, play a new game and interview SA Women’s 7s coach Paul Delport about the Tokyo Olympics.List…
 
Audiodacious — “You are not rugby, rugby is not you, rugby is a part of you”Holding accolades such as being the winner of 3x World Rugby Sevens Series titles, a gold medal from the 2014 Commonwealth Games and Bronze at 2016 Rio Olympics, sounds like a setup for life. But former Blitzboks captain, Kyle Brown, is candid about why most athletes strugg…
 
Audiodacious — This is the players edition. In the Change Room this week former Boks Gcobani Bobo and Dewald Potgieter join Johan Coetzee. They discuss what the Springboks can learn from the Bulls about play-off rugby, Dewald’s Digby Ioane redemption, how to keep players in SA and planning for retirement.Listen out for...+ Boks have bought into ide…
 
Audiodacious — "You need to be mentally prepared when you move on after rugby"Everything’s more fun in twos! The first set of twins to have played for the Springboks, Akona and Odwa Ndungane, have brought double the blessings, double the caps and double the rugby glory to their family. In episode 6 of Half-Time Chat, Siv Ngesi asks the Ndungane twi…
 
Audiodacious — Are the Springboks "upset-proof"? In the Change Room this week Kaunda Ntunja, Johan Coetzee and Simnikiwe Xabanisa share some "unpopular opinions", Japan at the Rugby World Cup and Sir Clive Woodward's guide to stopping the late great Jonah Lomu.+ is Damian Willemse the right World Cup replacement for Jessie Kriel?+ Springbok midfiel…
 
Audiodacious — "I’m not a sprinter anymore – I’m a rugby player"Running in your own lane is one thing. Having to change lanes – at speed – is another thing. Fortunately, doing things at speed comes naturally to Alyssa Conley, a former 100m and 200m SA champion sprinter and Rio 2016 Olympian. Over the past few months, she’s side-stepped her way off …
 
Audiodacious — After an extended break, the gents are back! With Emeka on the road, they discuss...+ Emeka's work with Mainz and bringing meaningful development to Africa+ Percy Tau's a Champions League inspiration for SA+ "Liverpool not under pressure in the Champions League"+ is 2019 Manchester United vs Arsenal the English Inter vs AC Milan?+ Ka…
 
Audiodacious — We refuse to speak about the All Blacks, well, maybe a little bit. In the Change Room this week Xola Ntshinga and Johan Coetzee are joined by comedian Shanray van Wyk. The trio laugh their way through the pain of Springbok defeat, suspect calls at the Rugby World Cup, Boks-Namibia showdown and why Cheslin Kolbe is the new standard.Li…
 
Audiodacious — "I'm not just a try-scoring machine..."Seabelo Senatla has never been satisfied with being average. The speedster wants to accomplish what few, if any, have achieved: to be a legend in both Sevens and 15s rugby. A record holder in the 7s World Series, Senatla's transition to 15-a-side has not been without its challenges. But those ch…
 
Audiodacious — It's all about the New Zealand versus South Africa Rugby World Cup Pool B opener. This week Xola Ntshinga and Johan Coetzee are joined by 2007 World Cup winner Akona Ndungane. The former winger shares about what the Springboks will be feeling, Rassie's plan and if he ever stood in for twin brother Odwa at the Sharks.Listen out for...…
 
Audiodacious — Half-time Chat with Siv Ngesi is made just for you by BrightRock. In each episode Siv talks to prominent rugby personalities about their rugby journeys and how they deal with change in their lives.Corne Krige was Springbok captain during one of the most tumultuous periods in South African rugby post-1994. Despite those challenges, th…
 
Audiodacious — Starting an online business, or moving your brand from offline to online can be intimidating for anyone. It’s even more intimidating for the woman who is somewhat technophobic, or feels like she doesn’t have enough time to figure out this online thing. Genecia Alluora, founder of Soul Rich Woman - the biggest network of female entrep…
 
Audiodacious — Motshidisi Mohono, Johan Coetzee and Simnikiwe Xabanisa take the reins with just over a week to go to the Rugby World Cup. They remember Chester Williams, talk bizarre tactics and more. Listen out for:+ Boks or AB: who had the better RWC build-up+ Being in Japan better than being on a diet+ Is Boks conditioning coach Aled Walters SA'…
 
Audiodacious — Half-time Chat with Siv Ngesi is made just for you by BrightRock. In each episode Siv talks to prominent rugby personalities about their rugby journeys and how they deal with change in their lives.As far as rugby goes, Jean de Villiers is the epitomy of never giving up. A world cup winner, de Villiers remains at the forefront of rugb…
 
Audiodacious — In the Change Room is a weekly rugby podcast created by SuperSport and BrightRock. It features both a fun and serious weekly round-up of the local and global rugby scene, as well as in-depth interviews with rugby personalities. In this preview episode Gcobani Bobo, Clinton van der Berg and Johan Coetzee jump straight into all things …
 
Audiodacious — Half-time Chat with Siv Ngesi is made just for you by BrightRock. In each episode Siv talks to prominent rugby personalities about their rugby journeys and how they deal with change in their lives. Aimee Barrett-Theron is no stranger to being the only, and the first. Although she has two brothers, she is the only sibling to play rugb…
 
Audiodacious — “In the midst of doing hair we realised the whole world is changing all around us but the beauty industry is not changing - what is happening?”Doing things differently or, not doing things the way they’ve always been done, is not always encouraged. In this episode Nevelia Moloi speaks to two women who have experienced first-hand that…
 
Audiodacious — Orlando Pirates are a different team after Micho Sredojevic's shock exit. In the 1 year Pitch Invasion podcast anniversary, Xola and Lwazi chat Bucs & Rhulani, who needs the MTN8 more, is there VAR controversy and more.+ Pirates project on ice?+ Silver lining: Micho exit good for SA coaches (07:40)+ Is Rhulani going to be given time?…
 
Audiodacious — While defenders are blowing up the PSL, Percy Tau is still our favourite obsession. Emeka Enyadike, Lwazi Ziqubu and Xola Magwaza talk Moroka Swallows, Africa & Social media plus Chelsea's win-win situation regarding Frank Lampard.+ Head and shoulders: Tower Mathoho and the pragmatic Kaizer Chiefs+ Will anyone overtake defenders on g…
 
Audiodacious — The ABSA Premiership is up & running and the Premier League is soon upon us - life is good. Xola Magwaza, Lwazi Ziqubu and Emeka Enyadike reflect on the PSL opening weekend, hot takes on Gavin Hunt, Kaizer Chiefs plus, Jurgen Klopp's tactical influence and the intensity of the English game.+ Sundowns and the ABSA Prem start we all wa…
 
Audiodacious — We're back baby! Season 2 of the Pitch Invasion podcast has officially kicked off. Emeka Enyadike, Lwazi Ziqubu and Xola Magwaza were at the Digital Sport & Entertainment Summit and focus on the PSL ahead of the ABSA Premiership return.+ great kick-start for the season: were we surprised by derby?+ "Lorch could go back to back player…
 
Audiodacious — What season of life do you currently find yourself in: an exuberant summer, an uncertain autumn or an overwhelming winter? More importantly, how are you responding to the season? Are you trying to make the most of every moment or are you desperately wanting to go into hibernation and hope it passes soon? In episode 14, Nevelia Moloi …
 
Audiodacious — Every year, a small town with scarcely over 80 000 residents puts on a spectacle that few others on this continent, perhaps even the world, have managed to replicate. In true David-meets-Goliath style, the National Arts Festival attracts more than 200 000 visitors, to more than 2 000 performances on a programme of more than 600 event…
 
Audiodacious — The National Arts Festival is currently underway in Makhanda (previously known as Grahamstown).In this minisode of African Storyteller we speak to Amy Jephta, award-winning playwright behind various plays and shows such as Ellen: The Ellen Pakkies Story, and now more recently the international series, Trackers.Amy tells us about the …
 
Audiodacious — Is it possible to get 10 years of work experience in just one year? Young film graduates who’ve been through the Magic in Motion Academy believe it is.While many believe that a film degree alone can’t get you very far in a highly contested industry, the alumni of this Academy are flipping the script.Through the Magic in Motion Academ…
 
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