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Wicked Crimes South Africa is a true crime podcast that focuses on South African crimes with a connection to the occult, or a supernatural twist. This podcast is hosted by Jan Bence, that researches the cases to the absolute possible extend, using media reports, actual official documents, and sometimes even psychic's willing to help out in cases.
 
Tourism to South Africa: South Africa is a world-class tourist destination. These podcasts are a way to create interest in South Africa as a holiday and travel destination. We highlight interesting and cool history, explain monuments and memorials, put the history into context, and we hope to make your road trip through South Africa more interesting! Road Trip SA is a mobile app to help tourists find monuments, museums, statues and thousands of POI's. All the listings on the app have a photo ...
 
South Africa, land of inequality and assassination... I’m Mike Hampton, an anti-corruption activist. My book, ’Same Sh*t, Different Government’, was blocked by the politicians after 3,700 free downloads. In their effort to silence me, they’ve flooded me with court cases (S.L.A.P.P.) meant to imprison me. Consequently, I cannot speak freely but there are other important topics I can share. https://themikehampton.com
 
From Johannesburg, South Africa is The Something Podcast! The show that will make you laugh, make you think, and give you the unexpected things in life that you didn't even know you needed. Two friends, a lifetime of stories and a whole lot of 'something'. Some would even say they are experts at... being unqualified? However, that has never stopped them before! Listen to our latest episode now!
 
If you're an addict, NA can help WhatsApp 082 899 8816 National Phoneline 0861 00 6962 Narcotics Anonymous is a free, non-profit fellowship of people for whom drugs have become a major problem. NA’s program is open to addicts of all ages, nationalities, cultures, creed, gender identity, and religions. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.
 
Business Sustainability consultant at Mazars in South Africa, Cuma Dube, invites special guests to discuss all things business sustainability, ESG and responsible investing. "For each episode we invite an industry expert, industry stakeholder and/or client to chat about their sustainability work and the significance of incorporating environmental, social and governance considerations both in strategic planning and in the investment decision-making process." Comments & Enquiries: esg@mazars.co.za
 
Urban Farming is emerging as one of the most sustainable ways to combat the growing food shortage and rising food costs. No more so than in South Africa. Join host, Chris Luyt, and guests as they share tips and tricks on how to start your own Urban Farm... and to have a lekker time doing it! You can also carry on the discussion on Urban Farming and all things Green on our Facebook Group on the following link: http://bit.ly/GreenFBGroup #UrbanFarming #UrbanAgriculture #Podcast
 
Welcome to the new podcast from Wines of South Africa (WOSA). Each episode we talk to a selection of winemakers, winery owners, and other members of South Africa's wine industry to learn more about South African wine. We also get a sommelier's perspective on the wines. Each episode has a theme, be it a region, grape variety, wine style, or some other aspect of the country's vibrant wine scene. South Africa has been making wine for over 360 years; with over 500 wine cellars and myriad differe ...
 
Welcome to SAPeople Podcast where you can join us for your regular fix of SA culture, skinder, news and get the low-down on all the good stuff happening at home and abroad. SAPeople.com entertains, informs, inspires and connects South Africans globally. #ProudlySouthAfrican another Solid Gold podcast #BeHeard
 
Much has been written about the South African Border war which is also known as the Namibian War of Independence. While the fighting was ostensibly about Namibia, most of the significant battles were fought inside Namibia’s northern neighbour, Angola. South Africa’s 23 year border war has been almost forgotten as the Cold War ebbed away and bygones were swept under the political carpet. South African politicians, particularly the ANC and the National Party, decided during negotiations to end ...
 
The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) is one of the leading accountancy institutes, representing and supporting its members to fulfill the increasing demands of businesses in South Africa’s growing economy by equipping the Professional Accountant (SA) with the latest knowledge, techniques, and accreditation required to render key services. Weekly podcasts by industry-experts bring you thought-provoking insights into issues facing the accounting sector. Support this ...
 
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When 12-year-old Michaela Williams disappeared and Steven Fortune's name was linked to her case, police looking at his prior record knew that a serial predator had just been allowed to strike again. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa)(Support the show on PayPal https://www.paypal.me…
 
It's all about the Sardine action and the buffet it lays with it! This weeks show has our reporters advise on tips and tricks during the 2022 Sardine run as well as what to use for the massive catches being bragged about on the freshwater scene of KZN! #WeHaveTheLatestNews#AngerNews#FishingReport#TheKingfisher#SouthAfricanFishing#KZNFishingReport#A…
 
This is episode 71 and Shaka has just been installed as the Zulu regent in 1812. There is even debate about this as the year – some say it was more like 1816. However, I believe historian Dan Wylie’s earlier date is probably the right one – by the way 1812 is the same year that Napoleon advanced on Moscow in his disastrous Russian campaign. How dat…
 
In this episode we look at the horrific murder of a 72 year old matriarch in her own bedroom.Did her son really hear voices? Or was this all just a part of a well thought out plan to murder his mother and get away with it?Also featuring in this episode is the return of our Missing SA segment, and this time our missing SA person is Keegan Paul Du Pl…
 
Episode 8 of a series on the Kruger National Park. We cover the area north of The Voortrekker Road, explore a bit of Pretoriuskop, take a look at Skukuza, and chat about the memorials to the Game Rangers and conservation staff. Want to travel to the Kruger National Park? Touch Africa SafarisAutor: Road Trip
 
Guests:Petro Du Pisani (WIMSA, Chairperson), Raksha Naidoo (WIMSA, Deputy Chair), Pity Pheko (WIMSA, Mentoring committee member), Maria Combrink (WIMSA, Committee member)In this episode Briony Liber speaks to fellow committee members Petro du Pisani, Raksha Naidoo, Pity Pheko and Maria Combrink about their recent experiences at the Investing in Afr…
 
Episode 0 - South African Crime News Podcast In this debut episode, Sbusi covers 2 recent crime news articles from the South African Police Service (SAPS) media statements. In the first case, a suspect was arrested for fraudulently claiming to have a Grade 12 certificate when they did not possess one. The second case relates to two suspects who wer…
 
Much of this week’s episode has been culled from a fantastic book called Iron Fist from the Sea, top secrete Seaborne Recce Operations 1978-1988 by Arne Soderlund and Douw Steyn.The South African Navy’s reach in those years included all the way up to Cabinda in northern Angola on the west coast, to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania on the East. These days …
 
Loadshedding may be back, but we'll bring some light and love into your life on SAPeople.com. Jenni Baxter gives us the latest on Saffers making news abroad, what Expats can get involved with, Mel's happy that Penguins have been getting as famous as Octopi, and which local people are doing good in their communities. Join us (and Bruce Fordyce, Gavi…
 
Let's get deep... Settle in for a fascinating conversation about diabetes.We end the second season with a fascinating discussion - Dr. Sundeep Ruder, endocrinologist and philosopher, speaks to us about taking a broader view of diabetes. What could the condition possibly be offering us in terms of life lessons, and how do we ensure we learn them?Thi…
 
Welcome to the Episode 17 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: In a country where gender rights have been legislated and same-sex marriage has been legal since 2006- making it the first African country to do so- here in South Africa we claim to have a constitutiion that protects against discrimination based on sexual ori…
 
When two women are found murdered in their home and a third escapes through a broken window, a mystery is uncovered that, despite resulting in a trial and conviction, still endures to this day. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447)(Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa)(Support the show on PayPal https://www.paypal.me/truec…
 
SA finally being taken seriously by the World's Wine Associations - because we grow more Chenin Blanc vines here than the rest of the world combined. Our golfers and Swimmers are going great guns; We may see a F1 at Kyalami; and SAPeople going green - on electric scooters and Compost Kitchens.If you feel like you're running on empty, visit SAPeople…
 
Let's take a deep breath and talk about it - this is a hard one.We know that depression and anxiety are far more prevalent in people with diabetes, but does this extend to eating disorders too? We speak to intuitive eating counsellor Gayle Landau about her experiences with diabetes and eating disorders - why they are so common, how to spot the warn…
 
We left off last episode with SWAPOs Operation Typhoon under way inside the Triangle of Death, that area between Tsumeb, Otavi and Grootfontein.Forty two members of this operation had hidden at Effense Chana and taken out a Ratel, three were killed by Alouette gunships in the follow up action, but the others got away, heading northwards to safety i…
 
This is episode 70 and we’re walking with Shaka. He spent the bulk of his early and teenage years in Zulu country, that area to the north of the Umhlatuzi, between the Langeni and the white Mfolozi rivers.Towards the end of his youth things became increasingly difficult for him, although the history is rather murky. There are hints in oral traditio…
 
In this week's spotlight minisode we discuss two very different cases which both represent cautionary tales - the murder of Abongile Mafalala and the murder of Magda van Heerden. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447)(Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa)(Support the show on PayPal https://www.paypal.me/truecrimesa)…
 
Welcome to the Episode 16 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: From humble beginnings to competing and dancing in shows across the globe; one individual’s journey inspired and brought hope to so many others. Aiming to bring light and safety to the plight of so many in a community often stigmatised, abused and isolated- o…
 
In a week that sees the arrest of the infamous Gupta Brothers, and Millions being bandied about in some way or another, Jenni Baxter, chilling in Antibes gives us the lowdown of the latest news making the pages of SAPeople.com, while Melanie literally chills in JHB. Want to know more about Saffers doing great things in sport, those saving endangere…
 
Here's everything you need to know about heart health and diabetes.There are a number of long-term complications of uncontrolled diabetes, among them heart disease. But is cardiovascular (heart) health something that everyone with diabetes needs to be aware of? We ask Dr. Zane Stevens to discuss diabetes and cardiovascular health, and suggest if th…
 
This is episode 69 and we’re hunting the origins of Shaka. Throughout the area north of the Thukela River the main medium of exchange in terms of goods was no longer cattle by 1810 – it was beads. These glass objects manufactured in Europe had flowed through southern Africa starting in the first days of contact between Europe and Africa – way back …
 
Dean Plank did not want to go to the army. He also thought that a brand new life, away from the stresses of his financial woes sounded very good so he set about making this happen with his friend, Gert Swart. Unfortunately, for one unidentified man, Plank's dreams would cost him his life. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447)(Support the show on Pat…
 
Is there no such thing as an Irish Joke? Is it all true? Jenni Baxter of SAPeople.com breaks down the fake SA passport ordeal for those wanting to visit the Emerald Isle, Melanie Walker is happy to know there's going to be more Rugby (may be ex-Irish, but that's not why her blood is Green!), which of our sportspeople and young chefs are doing great…
 
In Episode 58 we heard how two SWAPO platoon had created an obvious trail near Tsumeb, it was bait for a trap they were planning – an ambush that would surprise the trailing 61 Mech follow up. This was a change in tactics by the SWAPOs commander Danger Ashapalo who’d sent 150 men to attack the white farming areas in the Triangle of Death. The South…
 
Let's have an awkward conversation about diabetes stigma... It's so real.Type 2 diabetes carries a stigma in South Africa - particularly because it has been portrayed as a ‘lifestyle disease’. What is it like to be diagnosed with a condition that some people believe you gave yourself by eating the wrong food and not exercising enough? We speak to h…
 
We heard last episode how the fourth Frontier War of 1811/12 had been a short sharp affair and the anger bubbling away amongst amaXhosa leadership about the brutal emptying of the Albany district, so recently called the Zuurveld.We need to close a chapter here for a while to return to the incredible happenings further north east as Shaka began to i…
 
Welcome to the Episode 15 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: In a world where at times those of a bygone generation may be forgotten, one man saw a window of opportunity to wreak havoc on one of the most vulnerable populations- the elderly. Whereas to society- a grandmother is someone full of warmth, kindness and love-…
 
Our Guest: Barbara Dischinger (iWiM | Founder & Director)In this episode of the WiMSA Mining Indaba series, Petro du Pisani speaks to Barbara who explains how iWiM connects women-in-mining (WiM) organisations across the world. She describes how WiM organisations play an important role in promoting and developing women working in the mining industry…
 
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