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Best Peter Dörrie podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Peter Dörrie podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Not least due to the underwhelming performance and controversial behavior of President Jacob Zuma, the ANC has experienced a historic defeat in last week's local elections. Together with Nick Branson and Nompumelelo Runji, we discuss the details of the outcome, analyse winners, losers and surprises and ask how the venerable could come back from thi…
 
We are joined by Martin Plaut and Gushwell Brooks to discuss the deplorable state of South African politics. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Martin Plaut (guest): Twitter Gushwell Brooks (guest): Twitter African Ar…
 
Ugandan Journalist Rosebell Kagumire and Crisis Group analyst Magnus Taylor join us to discuss Uganda's upcoming elections. PLAYER Download: MP3 Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Rosebell Kagumire (guest): Twitter Ma…
 
We are joined by Richard Dowden, Director of the Royal African Society and and Yinka Adegoke, the editor of Quartz Africa, to discuss the big trends of Africa's 2015. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Yinka Adegoke (…
 
West Africa experts Cynthia Ohayon and Kamissa Camara join us to talk about the outcome of this year's elections in West Africa and their national and regional implications. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Cynthia …
 
We are joined by Deborah Brautigam, author of "Will Africa feed China" and "The Dragon's Gift: The Real Story of China in Africa" to talk about Chinese-African relations and misconceptions of China's role on the African continent. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (…
 
We talk with Morten Jerven, author of "Poor Numbers" and "Africa: Why Economists get it Wrong" about the quality of economic statistics in Africa and why it matters. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Morten Jerven (g…
 
Five months after taking office, President Buhari has finally named his cabinet. Journalist James Schneider and analyst Lagun Akinloye join us to discuss why it took so long, explain the ramifications and debate if Buhari's anti-corruption drive means anything in the long term. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guest…
 
We talk with Jabulani Sikhakhane, deputy editor of The Conversation Africa about his publication's special approach to journalism and the state of the fourth estate across the continent. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Home…
 
Jason Stearns joins us to talk about electoral politics in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We get into President Joseph Kabila's strategy for political (and physical) survival, China's role in Congolese politics and Moise Katumbi, Kabila's heir apparent. Subscribe: RSS | Soundcloud | iTunes (coming soon!) Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie…
 
This is a teaser episode for the upcoming African Arguments Podcast with special guest James Wan, editor-in-chief of African Arguments. We discuss African Argument's publishing strategy, James' experiences from his first weeks on the job and how the podcast fits into all of this. Subscribe: RSS Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitt…
 
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