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Daily podcast - November 23, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     23rd November 2009 In today's podcast, Vusi Pikoli reaches out-of-court settlement over challenge to his dismissal as NDPP; 65 world leaders confirm attendance at... 

Daily podcast - November 20, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     20th November 2009 In today's podcast, Labour DG and BMF chief Jimmy Manyi says that government will get tough with BBBEE compliance; 22 developing countries may... 

Daily podcast - November 19, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     19th November 2009 In today's podcast, the SARB says that SA's economic recovery appears to be lagging behind that of the global economy; Zimbabwe's Parliament... 

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There are alternatives to energy under-supply, but none exist for water - Manuel 

19th November 2009 Minister in the Presidency responsible for the National Planning Commission, Trevor Manuel, has cautioned African leaders that with energy, there... 

The first group of Gautrain drivers have graduated from the Bombela Operating Company's training programme

19th November 2009 Construction of the R25,4-billion Gautrain project will be completed in two phases. The first phase, running from Sandton to the OR Tambo... 

South Africa newest deep-water harbour

19th November 2009 On October 4, South Africa took an almost inaudible plunge into a new infrastructural era when the MSC Catania, a container ship, docked at the... 

Can Government Policies Be Said To Be Pro-poor? 

18th November 2009 In this videoclip, Lindelwa Nojekwa of the Studies in Poverty and Inequality Institute (SPII) speaks to Polity's Brindaveni Naidoo on government... 

Daily podcast - November 18, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     18th November 2009 in today's podcast, SARB governor Gill Marcus says that she is "not bound to anyone politically"; African leaders agree on secret climate damages... 

Daily podcast - November 17, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     17th November 2009 In today's podcast, ANCYL leader Julius Malema will not allow genocide charges against Thabo Mbeki; the FAO's world food summit calls for... 

Daily podcast - November 16, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     16th November 2009 In today's podcast, South Africa's ruling alliance says that the debate over the NPC has been settled; world leaders support a delay in a legally... 

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