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Will the DA have a case on its court bid to have the ANC deployment policy declared unlawful and unconstitutional? Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni says the party might have a case against the ANC's controversial policy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Active Noise Cancellation technology was patented in the 50s to help aviation personnel deal with the noise in the flight. Bose, an audio company, then worked on it to make passenger earbuds with this technology to help them avoid the whirring noise. In this episode, Ashdin tells us about how noise can correspond to negative thoughts and the technology to deal with it is to cancel it out with an anti-noise which means positive thought. Send your questions to Ashdin Doctor for The Habit Coach Hot Seat/ Know Your Coach on this link: (Habit Coach Hot Seat ) You can watch the full video episodes of The Habit Coach Podcast with Ashdin Doctor on the YouTube channel. You can also check out Ashdin's Linktree Page here: (https://linktr.ee/awesome180) Check out the Awesome180 website: (http://awesome180.com/) You can follow Ashdin Doctor on Twitter | Linkedin | Instagram | Facebook Find the show across audio streaming apps:Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | JioSaavn | Amazon Music Do follow IVM Podcasts on social media.We are @ivmpodcasts on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Listen to the Sat. Jan. 14, 2023 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The episode features our PANW report with dispatches on the tributes from the African National Congress (ANC) of South Africa upon the death of former parliamentary speaker Dr. Frene Ginwala; a government minister has been arrested in Brazil in connection with the attempted coup one week ago; the opposition forces in the West African state of Benin have questioned the varacity of the recently held parliamentary elections; and the Somalian government is calling for an intensified effort to defeat the rebel group Al-Shabaab. In the second hour we look in detail at the life, times and contributions of ANC stalwart Dr. Frene Ginwala. The 94th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is being commemorated this weekend in the United States. We listen to his historic address in Detroit on June 23, 1963 where an earlier iteration of the "I Have a Dream" speech was delivered. In addition, we review the efforts of Dr. King in Chicago during 1966 among other contributions.
Excellent futurist and Africa analyst Koffi Kouakou (The Centre for Africa-Chinese Studies, University of Johannesburg) joined me for a fascinating debate about ANC voters. He had listened to my previous episode, episode 145- 'Ramaphosa told you why you shouldn't vote ANC' ( https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/episode-145-ramaphosa-told-you-why-you-shouldnt-vote-anc/id1561851417?i=1000593632513 ) and wanted to put the ANC voter on trial. Koffi agreed with my main analysis ( https://www.timeslive.co.za/ideas/2023-01-10-eusebius-mckaiser-ramaphosa-told-you-why-you-shouldnt-vote-anc/ ) that the ANC's January 8th statement is an argument for not voting ANC. But he is puzzled by why so many ANC voters nevertheless still vote ANC despite this seemingly not being in their material interest?This podcast episode is based on several days of back and forth engagement between us. We ended up having a WhatsApp dialectic about the dangers of psychological analysis when it comes to making sense of ANY voter; laying out a basis for carefully exploring, neverthless, important and puzzling questions about voting trends in SA in light of the main empirical data about the state of the nation, and we then actually allowed ourselves the freedom to ask and explore such questions as, "Are ANC voters suffering Stockholm Syndrome?" Or, "Is there is a puzzle of domination here that requires explanations from political theory to make sense of? Do ANC voters - irrationally? - consent to their own domination?" Etc.You decide where you land in these debates. I hope you are stimulated. I am confident you will be. And I thank Koffi for giving permission for our engagement that started off privately to be curated into a podcast episode. It is a little nerdish at times, but that is why you, dear listener, are part of In The Ring With Eusebius McKaiser. We are complex. And not every aspect of our lives are reducible to cheap slogans or memes. Or an easy laugh. In this podcast, we flip between laughter and drilling down deep when necessary. Enjoy and re-listen to this episode a few times to get more out of it. If needs be. Also do share it with your friends. Kindly! Please rate us and leave a review! And SUBSCRIBE before you leave the podcast platform. Ciao
ESPECIAL: Un año después, visitamos Ancón y Pasamayo para corroborar el estado de las playas afectadas por el derrame de Repsol. MIENTRAS TANTO: Ayer ocurrió la manifestación más grande en Lima, mientras el resto del país enrumba a la capital. ADEMÁS: Dos buenas noticias desde el Congreso. Y... ¿Quieres colaborar con un emprendimiento afectado por el estallido social y, de paso, llevarte un descuento en Machu Picchu? ¿Quieres otros descuentos? AQUÍ.
A request was made for Kanthan Pillay to comment on the latest coming out of the US regarding Kevin McCarthy. Leeto Nthoba discusses the downfall of the ANC, and sparks a debate about whether South Africa was better under the Zuma or Ramaphosa. And JJ Cornish shares some good news coming out of Zimbabwe and Somalia.
12.01.23 Pt 2 - JJ Cornish, Leeto Nthoba and Kanthan Pillay join Gareth and Phumi for a power hour of politics. Leeto and Kanthan discuss the deep cuts of the ANC, and debate whether we are better or worse off under the Ramaphosa regime, as opposed to Zuma's. JJ Cornish discusses Zimbabwe's record wheat harvest, and a discovery of the ‘Black Curse' in Somalia. Plus, the team predict what's to come for 2023 in the US.
In this edition of In The Ring With Eusebius McKaiser, I share the main insights from my recent analysis piece ( https://www.timeslive.co.za/ideas/2023-01-10-eusebius-mckaiser-ramaphosa-told-you-why-you-shouldnt-vote-anc/ ) which critically examined the ANC's January 8th statement. The ANC's annual January 8th statement is part of its birthday celebrations. The statement is traditionally read by the party's president. It is an indication of what the party hopes to see happening within the government and the state in the forthcoming year. Given that the ANC is the actual governing party, it is an important early indication of policy intentions for the year ahead. I was flabbergasted at how many of my media peers and the commentariat responded to the statement. Reporting has been quiet rather than searing and critical.
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Second Deputy Secretary General of the ANC Maropene Ramokgopa joins Clement where they look at some of the key elements on the January 8 statement. They also discuss some of the highlight the resolutions that the ANC adopted at the second part of their 55th conference.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Listen to the Sun. Jan. 8, 2023 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our PANW report with dispatches on the African National Congress (ANC) 111th anniversary commemorations in the Republic of South Africa; Zimbabwe has emerged as the agricultural powerhouse of the continent setting records for grain production inside the country; Egypt's Coptic Church has celebrated the Orthodox Christmas in the North African state; and the government of Ivory Coast welcomed the release 49 soldiers previously held in neighboring Mali. There has been an attempted coup in the South American state of Brazil aimed at removing the recently inaugurated President Lula da Silva. In the second hour we look back on the 60th anniversary of the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement during 1963 and its impact on the mass character of the African American struggle. Finally, we listen to the speech of Republic of South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa at the 111th ANC anniversary rally.
Guest: Hlengani Mathebula is the Executive Director at Ignite Africa Advisory Group. He joins Mike to explain his opinion that ‘a heavy broom is needed to sweep out ANC's old guard'. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ŉ Lid van die uitvoerende komitee van die ANC, David Makhura, sê streng maatreëls is nodig om oortreders van rassisme en geslagsgeweld te straf. Hy het by die 111-de verjaardagvieringe van die party in die Vrystaat terugvoer gegee oor die werksaamhede van die komitee vir strategie en taktiek. Makhura vra vir meer beleidsbeginsels en instrumente om te help om oortreders van sulke misdade aan die pen te laat ry.
Eyewitness News Report gives update on the outcomes of the ANC conference and also speaks on remarks of ANC NEC member David Makhura that the ANC will adopt a resolution to change economic transformation tactics See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Die president van die ANC Cyril Ramaphosa erken die party se implementering van beleid is ondoeltreffend. Hy het by die hervatting van die ANC se 55ste nasionale verkiesingskonferensie gepraat waar hy die mislukkings en suksesse van die beleid uitgelig het. Hy het tydens ŉ virtuele sitting aan afgevaardigdes gesê die mislukkings het die vertroue tussen die party en die mense vertroebel.
Honderde ANC-lede gaan die ANC se 111de verjaardagvieringe in Bloemfontein in die Vrystaat bywoon. Hierdie naweek sal na verwagting ook die ekonomie ŉ hupstoot gee. Die uitvoerende hoof van die Vrystaatse Drank-, Dobbel- en Toerismeraad, Kenny Dichabe, sê die geleentheid sal bydra om binnelandse toerisme te laat groei. Dichabe sê ook die plan is om in staat te wees om groot funksies aan te bied om beleggings te lok.
Guest: Ebrahim Harvey is a former Cosatu trade unionist, a political writer and analyst and commentator. He joins Africa to analyse developments at today's ANC elective conference.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa sê 2023 is die jaar van optrede vir die ANC. Die President het die kransleggingseremonies by grafte van gestorwe partyleiers in die Vrystaat gelei. ANC-afgevaardigdes het intussen op die provinsie toegesak vir die party se presidentsrede op 8 Januarie. Ramaphosa het in sy toespraak belowe dat die nuwe leierskap verbind is tot optrede en om vernuwing teweeg te bring.
Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula discusses when he will step down as transport minister because he is now the ANC secretary-general, why the removal of tolls is being delayed despite 17% compliance, and how he expects to hold a briefing on road statistics for the festive season by the end of January. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guest: Spokesperson of the Mangaung Metro Municipality Qondile Kedama joins Africa to chat about the upcoming ANC conference and readiness to host despite concerns expressed about the rickety Dr Petrus Molemela Stadium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Professor JJ Tabane joins Thabo where he shares his views on the recently elected ANC top 7, he looks into the current issues that South Africa is currently faced with and also at censorship in the media industry.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thabo is joined by Plitical analyst Dr Zamo Mbandlwa where they discuss the outcomes of the ANC 55th conference – on weather the party can still grow its numbers come 2024 general elections. Dr Mbandlwa shares his views that the party may lose more votes in the net elections and possibly go to a coalition. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A KZN Secretary Bheki Mtolo dismiss a letter that alleges that there was vote buying during the 55th ANC conference that took place in Nasrec. Mtolo says the letter was written by someone who is unknown and used the name of Mr Thabang MdletsheSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode we will explore the topic of teens and spirituality. At NewChurch Live we are anchored by the theology of the NewChurch. The Academy of the New Church Secondary Schools (ANC) is a high school based on that theology. In this episode we interview staff and students to discuss the topic of teens and spirituality, an area to which ANC is very much paving the way. At ANC they believe spirituality and education are not two separate entities, they are interconnected in ways that inspire and prepare young people for principled and useful lives in this world and the next. EPISODE WEBSITE
Political Analyst and Senior Research Associate at the Institute for Global Dialogue, Sanusha Naidu, joins Abongile to unpack the aftermath of the ANC 55th National Conference under the theme of renewal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the ANC adjourns its conference until January 2022, Professor in Political Science at UNISA, Dirk Kotze and Independent Political analyst, Lihle Ngcobozi share their analysis with Thabo on the outcomes of the of the conference, focusing on what the re-election of President Cyril Ramaphosa means for the ANC going forward.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The ANC's newly elected Top 7 was announced yesterday at Nasrec during the party's 55th national conference which wraps up today. Miyelani Mkhabela CEO and Chief Economist of Antswisa Transaction Advisory joins Abongile to discuss the reasons that this may have caused the rand to strengthen against all three major currencies.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Clement speaks to Former ANC KwaZulu-Natal leader, Mdumiseni Ntuli, who lost his bid to become the ANC secretary-general to newly-elected SG Fikile Mbalula, and is now gunning for Pule Mabe's position as ANC spokesperson.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
19.12.22 Pt 1 - Gareth reflects on the nail-biting World Cup final from last night. A freak wave in Durban turns deadly, and the shenanigans at the ANC national conference create more questions than answers. And Steven Spielberg feels guilty about the global mass killing of sharks.
Ferial Haffajee, associate editor at Daily Maverick and Khaya Sithole independent analyst wrap up the fourth day of the ANC's elective conference. Bronwyn Williams, trend translator and future finance specialist at Flux Trends discusses her top book picks for 2022. Kitty Phetla, Ballerina & choreographer spoke about her career and relationship with her fiance in our Other People's Money FeatureSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Clement is joined by Free State MEC of ANC, Mxolisi Dukwana commenting on ANC's provincial executive committee stance as the country anxiously waits for the announcement of the Top 7 results.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's early 1986 and the SADF had learned a great deal through 1985, particularly what FAPLA were up to. In the time of the Joint Commission you heard about, both sides were actively collecting intelligence about each other - their operating procedure, their weaknesses and their strengths. After years of strategy and diplomacy, the protagenists in this war had moved firmly from attacking the opponents strategy and diplomacy as the first phase to a new phase where victory apparently lay in only one outcome - destroying the enemy's army. More material, more heavy weapons, actions and reactions. Things were becoming more bitter, and the South African government was up against the wall. They had decided to take a few leaves out of the books of dictatorships like General Galtieri's Argentina and developed death squads and torturers comprised of police and civilians. They were known as the Civil Cooperation Bureau and some would join SADF Special Force Operations from the end of 1985. As you're going to hear, the professional soldiers in the Recces and 32 Battalion regarded these civilians and police as amateurs in the art of war. Particularly as the ANC's MK were now targeting white civilians for special attention. The PAC were also changing their targets. In October 1985 a chicken farm near Bushbuck Ridge in the eastern Transvaal, today's Mpumalanga, was attacked by men armed with AK47s. Landmines were being laid by the dozen inside South Africa. In December a bakkie carrying families was traveling on the Farm Chatsworth, 45 km west of Messina, when it hit a landmine. Six died, four children and two adults, two children and three adults were injured. A farmer and his wife were shot dead in a night of attacks outside Uitenhague in the Eastern Cape. The PACs armed wing APLA claimed responsibility. But first, back to the ground war in the western theatre, Angola. FAPLA supported by the Russians and Cubans, began their annual attack on UNITA in early 1986 and South African special forces were on the ground working with the rebel movement monitoring and sabotaging. One of the Recces was Koos Stadler, who's book on Small Team missions behind enemy lines is an exceptional document. It was first published in 2016 and for training and operational insights, it's first class. In the western Theatre, 32 Battalion launched Operation Gomma on 18th March 1986, where four reconnaissance teams were sent to gather information about the bridge at Cuito Cuanavale and the surrounding area.
Two ministers in the government have resigned citing deadly protests that have followed the ousting and arrest of President Pedro Castillo.. Also: chaos as the South African president Cyril Ramaphosa is heckled at a conference of the governing ANC where he's hoping to be re-elected as leader, and from James Bond to Benoit Blanc -- Daniel Craig tells us about his role as a gay detective in the film Glass Onion.
Clement speaks to Minister of social development and chairperson for the ANC's Subcommittee on International Relations, Lindiwe Zulu predicting some of the conversations expected to take place during the conference on peace and stability locally and globally.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast lament, I meditate on how little focus there is this year on Reconciliation Day because of the elective conference of the ANC. But there is a link: delays and organisational chaos at the conference speak to the state of the ANC and the state of the ANC-led state. The state has not enabled and delivered economic justice for South Africans.I focus on the importance of centering economic justice and related material questions in public discourse about reconciliation. I also use archival materials to remember the deep physical and psychological scars that we have not yet overcome - we paper over them - despite the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This episode is, at times, difficult to listen to, but I hope most of you will agree that it is usefully difficult listening nevertheless.
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Le président sud-africain Cyril Ramaphosa a affiché vendredi sérénité et autorité à l'ouverture du congrès de l'ANC, parti historique au pouvoir, à la veille d'un vote crucial visant à désigner son prochain leader et le probable futur chef d'État du pays. Embourbé dans un scandale depuis des mois, l'actuel président a échappé en début de semaine à un vote de destitution au Parlement quand l'ANC majoritaire a fait corps autour de lui, imposant à ses élus de le protéger.
Ukraine's second city of Kharkiv has been left without power after the latest wave of Russian strikes targeted energy stations across the country. We speak to Anastasia, a resident of Kharkiv who says she heard several explosions as the strikes began on Friday morning. Also in the programme: President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa has been heckled as he addressed his own ANC party conference; and we have a sneak preview of a documentary on one of the most powerful politicians in the United States, Nancy Pelosi, made by her own daughter. (Photo: A view of a street where lights have been switched off as blackouts continue in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Credit: SERGEY KOZLOV/EPA).
South Africa's ruling ANC party begins its annual conference. President Ramaphosa is facing challenges on several fronts amid poor economic numbers and the fallout from a corruption enquiry, with some hecklers disrupting his speech. Plus, Tunisia gets ready to hold parliamentary elections for the first time since President Kais Saied pushed through constitutional changes which grant his office sweeping powers. And we meet the first African athlete to earn a top six position in a winter sport world championship event.
Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter's resignation is the big topic of the day, along with the ANC's downfall in numbers, and the diamond in the rough of 2022. Serbia has made headlines for not sanctioning Russia, which opens up a conversation about leadership of all the Arabic states.
Is the writing on the wall for South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa after the ANC executive meet today to decide his fate and there are calls from within his party for his impeachment? Also, tear gas is used to disperse thousands of Sudanese who've taken to the streets of Khartoum and other towns following the opposition civilians saying they've signed a framework agreement with the military... Sudanese resistance movements accuse them of letting the coup leaders off the hook. Those stories and more in this podcast with Bola Mosuro.