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Daily podcast - October 12, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     12th October 2009 In today's podcast, Sandile Ngcobo and four other judges begin their term in the Concourt; the WTO and the ILO report that the world's poor see few... 

Daily Podcast - October 9, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     9th October 2009 In todays podcast, Heads of parliamentary committees had sharp words for the Auditor-General (AG), Terence Nombembe, after he refused to name the... 

Daily podast - October 8, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     8th October 2009 In today's podcast, The African Development Bank has speeded up its lending to the region's 38 poorest countries in response to the downturn in the... 

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Daily podcast - October 7, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     7th October 2009 In todays Podcast, Madagascar's feuding political parties have agreed the top three posts in an interim government; President Jacob Zuma has... 

Daily Podcast - October 6, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     6th October 2009 In todays podcast, Former chief of police, Jackie Selebi, has accused two ex-chief prosecutors of fabricating evidence against him and fraternising... 

Daily podcast - October 5, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     5th October 2009 In Today's podcast, The global economic crisis has reduced the role of migrant workers, but that is likely to change dramatically as developed... 

Daily Podcast - October 2, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     2nd October 2009 In todays podcast, President Jacob Zuma has named Sandile Ngcobo as South Africa's new Chief Justice; The Democratic Alliance and Congress of the... 

Daily Podcast - October 1, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     1st October 2009 In todays podcast, According to a Constitutional Court ruling, the President, and not the Justice Minister, should be held accountable for a... 

Daily Podcast - September 30, 2009

By: Bradley Dubbelman     30th September 2009 In todays podcast, President Jacob Zuma has threatened criminals with a shoot - to - kill policy; World Bank president Robert Zoellick warns that... 

Daily podcast - September 29, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     29th September 2009 In today's podcast President Jacob Zuma will meet more than 1 000 police station commanders from across the country in Pretoria today, a week after... 

Daily podcast- September 28, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     28th September 2009 in today's podcast, South American and African leaders strive for a new world order; G20 leaders are confident of success in tackling the global... 

Daily podcast - September 25, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     25th September 2009 In today's podcast, Jacob praises the UN for its role in promoting unity; G20 leaders to decide on IMF voting rights; and Cosatu calls for a review... 

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