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Daily podcast - October 16, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     16th October 2009 In today's podcast, the ANC's Joel Netshitenzhe says that the party and State relationship must be managed; voting begins in the Botswana election;... 

Daily podcast - October 15, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     15th October 2009 In today's podcast, SARB's Tito Mboweni says that a popular central banker is a contradiction in terms; WTO DG Pascal Lamy says that the Doha Round... 

Daily podcast - October 14, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     14th October 2009 In today's podcast, Tito Mboweni says that the government has done enough to pull SA out of recession; Pascal Lamy says that trade barriers could... 

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Daily podcast - October 13, 2009

By: Amy Witherden     13th October 2009 In today's podcast, President Jacob Zuma says that the unity of the ruling alliance is paramount; Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says that... 

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... 

Renewable energy uptake needs adequate policy — Scheer

By: Christy van der Merwe     12th October 2009 Less than ten countries in the world had adequate renewable energy policies, said World Council for Renewable Energy president Hermann Scheer at... 

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... 

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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