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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... 

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... 

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SA wants African Growth and Opportunity Act extended – Davies

By: Chanel de Bruyn     5th October 2009 South Africa has proposed that the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) between the US and African countries be extended for a longer period... 

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... 

Kofi Annan has launched a music video calling for progress in climate change talks

2nd October 2009 Former United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan and Duran Duran have launched a music video starring Annan himself, Nobel peace laureate Desmond... 

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... 

‘Decisive action' needed on climate change

By: Christy van der Merwe     2nd October 2009 Consensus on the science of climate change had emerged at various meetings of the major economies, however, it was hoped that this consensus would... 

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... 

Zimbabwe relies on mining to kick-start its economy

1st October 2009 While many investors still run a mile at the very utterance of the word Zimbabwe, others are filling aircraft and paying high hotel bills in Harare... 

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