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Daily podcast - November 2, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     2nd November 2009 In today's podcast, the ANC calls for Western Cape Premier Helen Zille to take responsibility for BRT mismanagement; analysts say that China's... 

Daily podcast - October 29, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     29th October 2009 In today's podcast, Deputy Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says that inflation target band will not be abandoned; UN Climate Change Secretariat head... 

African opposition parties have their share of the blame

29th October 2009 In this videoclip, Issaka Souaré of the Institute for Security Studies speaks to Polity's Amy Witherden on African opposition politics and why... 

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We celebrate the Soccer City roof wetting

29th October 2009 The 89,000-seater, African calabash-inspired stadium will host both the opening and final matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Building the stadium... 

DTI warns that the Doha negotiations could drag on to 2011

29th October 2009 DTI International Trade and Economic Development deputy DG Xavier Carim says that it is increasingly likely that a conclusion in the Doha... 

South Africa's first water and energy autonomous house

29th October 2009 International Solar Energy Society scientific committee co-chair Professor Dieter Holm built a water and energy autonomous house in the... 

Daily podcast - October 28, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     28th October 2009 In today's podcast, political parties generally congratulate Pravin Gordhan on a positive budget; African countries work at unified position in... 

Daily podcast - October 27, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     27th October 2009 In today's podcast, Trevor Manuel says that he is not all-powerful in setting economic policy; experts say that Chinese demand for raw materials is... 

Daily podcast - October 26, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     26th October 2009 In today's podcast, President Jacob Zuma raises concerns about SA gun laws; UNEP says that public finance could help stimulate investment in... 

Six years ago South Africa won the bid to host the biennial International Solar Energy Society's solar world congress

23rd October 2009 Sunny South Africa has a wealth of renewable resources available to generate power, and the world solar congress brought this under the spotlight.... 

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