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Best SABC podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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METRO FM is a national radio station in South Africa owned by the SABC. The station broadcasts on FM Stereo as well as the DStv Bouquet Channel 181. The station started broadcasting in September, 1986 as Radio Metro to compete with the now defunct Radio Bop. Playing a mix of urban contemporary and bubblegum pop Radio Bop was able to reach black audiences in parts of the Transvaal by broadcasting on the AM band from the "independent" bantustan of Bophuthatswana where it was licensed. This pro ...
 
Billionaires in Boxers TV (BiBtv) The Global Entrepreneur Network. Billionaire’s in Boxers. Stay Remote, Stay Global. Join us Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, live across Africa and online globally. Hosts Phil Pelucha & Justin Kotze, leaders of Billionaires in Boxers media, interview global experts to provide their audience with actionable steps to take control of their financial freedom. The ability to work from wherever you want, whenever you want. Join the Remote Working Revolution for i ...
 
Breastcancer.org is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most reliable, complete, and up-to-date information about breast cancer. Our mission is to help women and their loved ones make sense of the complex medical and personal information about breast cancer, so they can make the best decisions for their lives. Breastcancer.org podcasts offer unique insights on prevention, treatment, research, and other breast cancer topics from our medical experts and invited guests.
 
The Epic Casebook Of Inspector Carr (1956-85) - "... in which Inspector Carr investigates ..." - The highly successful detective series, starring Hugh Rouse as Inspector Carr. Written & Produced by Michael Silver at the CRC Studios, Johannesburg. The series aired originally on Thursday evenings at 21H30, sponsored by the Epic Oil Company of S.A. The first actor to play Inspector Carr was Don Davis, he was replaced in 1959 by Hugh Rouse. Don returned briefly in 1963 for 14 episodes. However H ...
 
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SABC News and Current Affairs — Tens of thousands of essential workers are on the frontline of the global war against COVID-19.Many are in the unenviable position of fighting the pandemic, at the risk of their own lives and those of their families.SABC News captures their voices in this weekly feature, COVID-19 Frontline Workers. This week, Digital…
 
METRO FM — LESOTHO - THE UPDATE Lesotho Prime Minister Tom Thabane finally resigned today. His own party, All Basotho Convention (ABC) party, opposition figures and South African mediators, had been putting pressure on him to resign over a case in which he and his current wife are suspected of conspiring to murder his former wife nearly three years…
 
Surviving victims of gross human rights abuses continued to steer the Truth Commission's Amnesty Committee into uncharted territory in mid-July 1997. Until then, the amnesty script was predominantly couched in legalities, with only judges and lawyers jogging the memories of both perpetrator and victim. But all this changed during the amnesty hearin…
 
One of South Africa's most sacrilegious violations of human rights was the July 1993 rifle and grenade attack on the St James Church in Cape Town. Eleven parishioners were killed and about 60 others seriously injured or maimed for life. Three of the men responsible for the Sunday massacre were Apla cadres: Khaya Makoma, Bassie Mkhumbuzi and Thobela…
 
He was unknown to the Security Police at Vlakplaas near Pretoria until they were told to "make a plan" with him. Several banning orders, long days in detention and a spell on Robben Island had failed to break his spirit and crush his fight against apartheid. He was Griffiths Mxenge, the human rights lawyer who vigorously defended ANC comrades. So t…
 
METRO FM — UNDER THE MICROSCOPE AFRICA DAY Today, 25 May, is Africa Day. Africa Day is the annual commemoration of the foundation of the Organization of African Unity, now African Union (AU), on May 25, 1963.The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) has called for a deeper reflection on the common challenges that the continent faces in a global environment …
 
METRO FM — SHOP STEWARDS CORNER South Africa will enter the Level 3 lockdown on Monday next week and close to 8 million workers will return to work. Carin Runciman, an Associate Professor at the Centre for Social Change, University of Johannesburg argues that easing the lockdown threatens to put workers in South Africa at riskShe joins us Carin Run…
 
METRO FM — Marketing and Communications agency Riverbed is giving small businesses access to big ad exposure, for free. The hope is that this will increase their income and help rebuild the economy through this initiative. Small enterprises employ between 50% and 60% of South Africa’s work force and contribute around 34% of GDP.There are over 5mill…
 
METRO FM — The African Transformation Movement has presented a post-Covid-19 economic recovery plan that, if adopted, would see South Africans claiming back all the sectors that are perceived to be unfairly dominated by foreigners. In the plan which was sent to the Presidency the party’s leader Vuyo Zungula, wants South Africa to follow countries l…
 
They became known as the Five Cops: Jack Cronje, Jacques Hechter, Paul van Vuuren, Wouter Mentz and Roelf Venter. Between them, they committed more than 60 gross violations of human rights while attached to Vlakplaas and the Northern Transvaal Security Branch in the late eighties. These included the murders of Dr Fabian and Florence Ribeiro in Mame…
 
The first apartheid security force member to testify in public and be granted amnesty was police captain Brian Mitchell of New Hanover in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. Mitchell appeared before the Amnesty Committee in Pietermaritzburg in October 1996. His 30-year prison sentence was expunged within two months, on the eve of the initial deadline for a…
 
The Amnesty Committee's first public hearing of convicted white Afrikaans perpetrators was also its first rejection of amnesty. Forty-seven-year-old Hennie Gerber and 42-year-old Johan van Eyk appeared before the amnesty panel in Pretoria in July 1996. Gerber and Van Eyk were former policemen and ex-investigators with the cash-in-transit company Fi…
 
The Truth Commission's first public amnesty hearing was held in the relatively obscure village of Phokeng near Rustenburg in May 1996. The applicants were two convicts serving time for murdering Glad Mokgatle on the 29th of December 1990. They were 35-year-old Boy Diale and 53-year-old Christopher Makgale. Their amnesty hearing revealed a dramatic …
 
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