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Daily podcast - September 9, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     9th September 2009 In today's podcast, ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe states that the party is confronting the "dangerous intersection"holding public office... 

Daily podcast - September 8, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     8th September 2009 In today's podcast, Cosatu urges Ministers to trade down on vehicles; the EU has proposes that the UN should set up a war chest to aid poor... 

Daily podcast - September 7, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     7th September 2009 In today's podcast, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says that South Africa must continue with its stimulus package; Southern African leaders will... 

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Daily podcast - September 4, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     4th September 2009 In today's podcast, former Judge Johann Kriegler's legal organisation will oppose the JSC's decision on JP John Hlophe; WTO DG Pascal Lamy remains... 

Daily podcast - September 3, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     3rd September 2009 in today's podcast, Jeff Radebe remains silent on the details of South Africa's "questionable" arms deals; Washington's UN ambassador warns Muammar... 

Daily podcast - September 2, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     2nd September 2009 In today's podcast, the ANC says that Canada's decision to grant a South African refugee status is racist; the UN World Economic and Social Survey... 

Daily podcast - September 1, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     1st September 2009 In today's podcast, ANCYL president Julius Malema describes himself as a defender of women; IMF MD John Lipsky calls for the G20 to focus on... 

Daily podcast - August 31, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     31st August 2009 in today's podcast, the NIA will not comment yesterday on reports that Mo Shaik may become its new DG; President Jacob Zuma urges Zimbabwe's rival... 

Daily podcast - August 28, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     28th August 2009 In today's podcast, Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni says that the rand could be a springboard for regional integration; President Jacob Zuma... 

Daily podcast - August 27, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     27th August 2009 in today's podcast, DBSA plans to increase its lending capacity to add another R100-billion in funds; President Jacob Zuma travels to Zimbabwe... 

Daily podcast — August 26, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     26th August 2009 in today's podcast, the Johannesburg taxi industry supports the BRT system in principle; South Africa remains wary of the EU's new trade pacts; and... 

Daily podcast — August 25, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     25th August 2009 In today's podcast, South Africa and India agree on a strategic bilateral trade relationship; African leaders will ask rich nations for $67-billion... 

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