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Best Southafrica podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Southafrica podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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An in-depth insight into Marketing and Media in South Africa featuring Hosts, Dr. DOUG MATTHEUS and GORDON MULLER and proudly brought to you by NFINITY MEDIA who are incubating innovative businesses in the media industry. For more info on Nfinity Media, visit www.nfinity.co.za. . #Marketing #Media #Advertising #SouthAfrica #Podcast
 
An in-depth look into the world of Employee Advocacy hosted by Kevin Kirby and proudly brought to you by theIntern-Ship, who work with B2B companies to deliver real-world business outcomes. For more info visit www.theintern-ship.co.za or click on the link below. #EmployeeAdvocacy #SouthAfrica #Podcast
 
A limited series in-depth insight into Online Trading in South Africa hosted by Financial Trader, Garth MacKenzie and proudly brought to you by IG, the world leader in online trading. For more info on IG, visit /www.ig.com/za. You can also follow us on Facebook on www.facebook.com/IGtradersSA/. . #OnlineTrading #SouthAfrica #Podcast
 
Supporting South Africans to live sustainably by discussing actions that everybody can take in their everyday lives to reduce negative impacts on our world. Join our Facebook group on the following link and become part of our active community: http://bit.ly/GreenFBGroup #greenjobs #recycling #plasticfree #climatechange #rainwater harvesting #solar #greenerliving #sustainable #SouthAfrica
 
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The last few weeks have been very difficult for the whole world, Covid-19 shocked all of us and has disrupted our pattern of life forever. I think the world will never be the same again. As bad as things are right now, I appreciate how equal and skin in the game proof this pandemic is; we share the upside of globalization but we also got to share t…
 
China famously lent billions of dollars to countries across Africa to build expensive, new railways. Nigeria, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Kenya all used loans from Beijing to build new lines using a standard gauge (SGR) that will one day make it possible for these various railways to interconnect with one another. While a number of African countries are…
 
Echocast Radio — Dr David Paul has been trading the markets since the early 80's and currently represents VectorVest in the UK. He is probably best known for his training courses and mentorship which he has facilitated for a number of decades. His approach to risk management has been a major influence in my career. In this chat around risk manageme…
 
1- Catching Flies & Andhim - Opals (Andhim Remix)2- Chronical Deep - Karbau3- Jullian Gomes feat. Jinadu - Control4-Martin Iveson - Cobra XL (Ed - Ward Remix)5- Davi - Lie Machine6- JoVick - To My Mind (feat. Edu Teodor)7- Yulia Niko & Sil Romero - Caminando (Cioz Remix)8- Stones & Bones feat. PTB - Mirunzini Ya Lufu9- De Cave Man & TonicVolts - Yo…
 
Echocast Radio — The Advertising Media Forum (AMF) are a group of media agencies and individuals from strategists and planners to buyers and consultants who handle 95% of all media expenditure in South Africa. Heading up the AMF is Koo Govender, a seasoned media and business executive, who joins us via Zoom as we explore the role of the AMF and foc…
 
There are growing calls for international lenders to cancel or at least reschedule significant portions of Africa’s debt as economies one after across the continent another sink into recession as a result of the worsening COVID-19 outbreak. Earlier this month, Ethiopian Prime Minister sounded the alarm when he called on international lenders to for…
 
“African economies are staring at an abyss,” said Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed earlier this week in a desperate appeal to the international community for aid and debt relief to offset the ruinous effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. The economic crisis brought on by the COVID-19 is disproportionately impacting African countries where even under…
 
Echocast Radio — Before Reinher Behrens was appointed as CEO of Franschhoek Wine Valley Tourism he held senior leadership positions at TBWA Hunt Lascaris, Leo Burnett SA and McCann Worldwide Group SA and got to run some of the biggest campaigns in the history of South African Advertising. In this episode he goes into the ins and outs of tourism mar…
 
Echocast Radio — Nic takes the driving seat on this one with Kevin joining him via Zoom as South Africa sits in a lockdown due to Covid-19. They have a look at how this situation has created unique opportunities to ramp up your digital marketing channels and social selling tools, particularly on LinkedIn and end it off with 3 things you should be d…
 
China’s most outspoken ambassador in Africa, Lin Songtian, abruptly left his post in South Africa yesterday, just a few days after news had broken that he had been ordered back to China. Lin published a farewell letter on Monday in the South African newspaper Independent, in which he reflected on his two and a half years in Pretoria but didn’t shar…
 
Echocast Radio — In this episode, Garth shares his story with us... from falling in love with paper-trading at 14 and how he struggled to find his feet in the markets when he started dealing with real money until one day someone sat him down and explained Futures to him by comparing it to his other love... cars.He also walks us through the carnage …
 
Just as the rest of world struggles to contain the highly-infectious COVID-19, China is now starting to emerge from its own battle with this deadly virus. Slowly, people are being allowed out of their homes and even returning to work. But not everyone. In Wuhan, the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak, residents are entering their third month of for…
 
Echocast Radio — Following on from our chat to Craig Livingstone about Sports Sponsorship in Episode 8 a few weeks ago, this week we take an even deeper look into the world of sports sponsorship with Kelvin Watt from Nielsen Sport, who gives us a global insight into sports sponsorship in the world today and a fascinating look at the growth of espor…
 
This Podcast is brought to you by Nexo In this episode, Grey Jabesi interviewed Gareth Grobler. Gareth is an Internet Currency Entrepreneur. Speaker & the Founder of the Crypto Exchange iCE3X.com. A Founding Member of the UK Digital Currency Association. Gareth provides consulting to financial institutions wanting to apply Bitcoin technology to the…
 
Over the past 15 years, many African countries borrowed tens of billions of dollars from China to build badly-needed infrastructure. Short of cash, these countries instead leverage their natural resources to repay their debts. Ghanaian bauxite, Angolan oil and Zambian copper, for example, were used to generate the revenue to service these loans. “W…
 
Amid the worsening COVID-19 epidemic, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is facing its single greatest challenge since President Xi Jinping launch the BRI in 2013 when he promised countries around the world greater access to Chinese markets and capital. That interconnectedness was once widely regarded in Africa and elsewhere as a huge opportunity, bu…
 
One of the most prominent themes to emerge from all those Africa summits that take place around the world is the importance of replacing traditional aid programs with new private-sector-led trade and investment initiatives, specifically public-private partnerships (PPPs). The Japanese said they want to do it, so do the French, British, Japanese and…
 
The tiny landlocked kingdom of Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, is now the last country in Africa to maintain diplomatic relations with Taiwan. This is a very big sticking point for the Chinese who are adamant about isolating Taiwan in Africa and elsewhere around the world. The Taiwan issue remains highly contentious and among Beijing's so-ca…
 
In this episode, Grey Jabesi interviewed Nitin Gajria, the Director at Google for Sub-Saharan Africa. He has been at Google for more than five years and led the YouTube business in India, as well as Google’s teams in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. Google is building its brand in Africa on a mission to get more Africans online and to offer users relev…
 
China's media influence in Africa is rapidly expanding. Traditional media like CGTN, China Radio International and the China Daily newspaper all have a robust presence on the continent while news content from Xinhua is now increasingly common on African news sites. There's been a lot of analysis by both journalists and scholars over the past year a…
 
China's crude imports from Saudi Arabia surged last year by 47% highlighting the Kingdom's growing importance to Beijing as a key oil supplier. This should also be concerning for Africa because the Chinese no longer feel as dependent on the continent for strategic raw materials as they did even just a few years ago. And as the Chinese expand their …
 
The Chinese economy is undergoing unprecedented economic disruption due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and African countries are largely unprepared for the impact that it's going to have on their economies. The prices of most major commodities oil, timber, copper that sustain many African economies are all down significantly as Chinese demand has p…
 
Tensions between the United States and China have deteriorated significantly in recent years amid bitter disputes over trade, technology, and geopolitical competition around the world. Other countries are increasingly being drawn into this rivalry and either directly or indirectly forced to choose a side. But in Africa, there's growing resistance t…
 
Simon Dingle is the CEO of Inves Capital, before that he was part of the teams that started 22Seven, Curve and Luno after which he founded his own company, Inves Capital. He has also been a columnist for Finweek Magazine, Brainstorm, Computing SA and other titles, and hosts a weekly technology show on 5FM in South Africa. Simon is the author of In …
 
So far, Africa has not seen an outbreak of the deadly COVID-19 that has killed more than a thousand people in China and infected tens of thousands across the country. But now, more and more, the impact from a contagion half a world away is causing economic distress in a growing number of African countries. With most Chinese factories idled, demand …
 
The United States regards Africa as a key arena to confront China's rising influence in the developing world. With its new $60 billion International Development Finance Corporation and its Prosper Africa policy framework unveiled last year, the Trump administration is working hard to present African governments with an alternative development model…
 
While the deadly Novel Coronavirus rips through China devouring hundreds of victims and infecting tens of thousands, Africa, so far, has had the good fortune to not have a single confirmed case. Experts, though, are not confident that Africa will remain immune for much longer as the virus moves steadily around the world. African countries across th…
 
Reuben Yap is the Chief Operating Officer at Zcoin. He was a corporate lawyer for ten years specializing in institutional frameworks before joining Zcoin. He has played a pivotal role in Zcoin’s strategy and vision, and oversees all operational aspects of the project. He has been an early adopter of cryptocurrencies, being the first merchant in Mal…
 
The Chinese government is becoming increasingly sophisticated in its use of media in Africa to get its message out to a wide variety of audiences across the continent. The most visible examples of this trend are the growing availability of Beijing's legacy propaganda outlets that includes the Nairobi-based TV network CGTN, the China Daily newspaper…
 
China, according to the prevailing "debt trap" narrative, is preying on vulnerable developing countries by loading them up with unsustainable amounts of debt that jeopardizes their sovereignty. When these countries inevitably default on the loans, according to the theory, China will then seize strategic assets as collateral. Although the Chinese pr…
 
China's role in the African tech market is rapidly evolving away from just being a source of low-cost electronics to becoming the indispensable player in the continent's rapidly developing market for digital services, networking equipment and venture capital financing. But the good also comes with the bad. Although Chinese companies like Transsion,…
 
In this episode, I interviewed Carmelle Cadet , a passionate advocate of Blockchain and Digital Currency Technology for modernization, financial inclusion and economic development efforts. She is the Founder and CEO of EMTECH, a fintech company helping Central Banks in emerging markets modernize their financial market infrastructure. In her 10-year…
 
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