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Daily podcast — August 20, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     20th August 2009 In today's podcast, opposition parties refuse to bow on the subject of the new Chief Justice; the IFC increases its lending to sub-Saharan Africa;... 

Daily podcast — August 19, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     19th August 2009 In today's podcast, economists hope that the third quarter will bring a smaller GDP contraction; US President Barack Obama sees encouraging signs... 

Daily podcast — August 18, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     18th August 2009 In today's podcast, Frene Ginwala says that problems with the organisational structure of the ANC have led to a lack of accountability by local... 

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Daily podcast — August 17, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     17th August 2009 In today's podcast, DA has called for the NCACC to make available all minutes of its meetings; a successful Doha Round trade deal could boost the... 

Daily podcast - August 14, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     14th August 2009 In today's podcast, SARB feels its decision to cut the repo rate is justified; World Bank President Robert Zoellick is convinced that this century... 

Daily podcast - August 13, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     13th August 2009 In today's podcast, the first joint MinMEc meeting focuses on the impact of the recession; academic freedom is threatened by "the crass use of... 

Daily podcast — August 12, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     12th August 2009 In today's podcast, President Jacob Zuma take a tough line on trade unions; Ban Ki-moon warns that failure to act quickly on climate change could... 

Daily podcast — August 11, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     11th August 2009 In today's podcast, opposition leaders accuse President Jacob Zuma of abuse of power; Central Bank Governor Tito Mboweni says that many have tried... 

Daily podcast - August 7, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     7th August 2009 In today's podcast, Reserve Bank governor Tito Mboweni believes that the institution should remain independent and free of political interference;... 

Daily podcast - August 6, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     6th August 2009 In today's podcast, government is to create a R2,4-billion job fund; the AfDB sees its commitments double since last year; and Police Commissioner... 

Daily podcast - August 5, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     5th August 2009 In today's podcast, Africa's position on climate change negotiations is seen as unified and strong; emerging economies insist on power sharing in... 

Daily podcast - August 4, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     4th August 2009 In today's podcast, the creation of a SADC customs union will not be realised by the 2010 deadline; Hillary Clinton begins a seven-nation trip to... 

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