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Daily podcast - February 16, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     16th February 2010 In today's podcast, opposition parties lambaste President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address in Parliament; Côte d'Ivoire citizens protest... 

Daily podcast - February 15, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     15th February 2010 In today's podcast, Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo says that the media and the judiciary are partners for "open justice"; Britain and Ethiopia will... 

Daily podcast - February 12, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     12th February 2010 In today's podcast, opposition parties criticise President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address; the EU announces a fund aid Zimbabwe... 

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SA must take meaningful steps in what remains of its long walk to freedom 

By: Aubrey Matshiqi     12th February 2010 In an ironic twist of history, De Klerk looked back on what South Africa had achieved since 1994 and argued that there were more assets than... 

Daily podcast - February 11, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     11th February 2010 In today's podcast, President Zuma to seek SA support in State of the Nation address; celebrations mark 20th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's... 

Shaik’s Prison Release Accelerates a Review of Medical Parole Legislation

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      10th February 2010 If anything good emerges from the release of President Jacob Zuma's friend and one time financial advisor Shabir Shaik on medical parole, it is... 

Daily podcast - February 10, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     10th February 2010 in today's podcast, government lawyers study the ruling on compensation for a farmer; Amnesty International says that the delay in reforming... 

Daily podcast - February 9, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     9th February 2010 In today's podcast, the Unctad says that developing countries should shift towards clean growth; UN Habitat says that rapid and chaotic... 

Daily podcast - February 8, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     8th February 2010 In today's podcast, President Jacob Zuma claims the struggle as the force behind Nelson Mandela's release; the G7 considers bank taxes to pay for... 

Daily podcast - February 5, 2010

By: Amy Witherden     5th February 2010 In today's podcast, prosecutors say that Sheryl Cwele should not be granted bail; the IFC is to invest $2-billion in sub-Saharan Africa in the... 

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