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We take our listeners on a journey through the theatre of the mind. Our radio documentaries are not only entertaining, they are thought provoking. To fund this labour of love, we rely on our business clients - hosting tailor-made podcasting solutions.

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How to podcast

This episode explores the where’s and how’s of podcasting, while giving insight into what it is that we do.

4 MINJUN 14
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How to podcast

Murders most foul

35 MINJUN 3
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Murders most foul

PROFILE: REVEREND HEIDI PETERSEN

We take a glimpse into the life and ministry of Reverend Heidi Petersen of the Saint Barnabas United Church.

11 MINAPR 27
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PROFILE: REVEREND HEIDI PETERSEN

ALBERTVILLE

It’s HERE!! The Official Launch of the Series “Ouma Tieties” Don’t forget to Follow us if you would like to see more! The Below Podcast is created and hosted by US onwww.Baobulb.org de bijbel Interested starting up a podcast or series?? Contact us TODAY. OUMA TIETIES It was during a family gathering that my mother mentioned Ouma Tieties, my Zulu ancestor. My family were classified coloured under the apartheid regime. Quite abit is known about our European ancestry but there is scant detail about our African lineage. Thus, news about a Zulu ancestor was news indeed! My quest to find my Zulu ancestor started with a quaint Dutch language bible which landed up in my family (much to the chagrin, no doubt, of the Dutch/Afrikaaners). In part two of the series, I explore another link with our country’s history: The forced removals, occasioned by the notorious Group Areas Act. This too is a lesser known story about the coloured people.

24 MINAPR 16
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ALBERTVILLE

Open Sesame

A client school hosted an open streets event in Johannesburg recently.

11 MINAPR 7
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Open Sesame

Babylon

In this latest episode of Mo_tivational Monday, we explore the dual economy and how it’s very much present today.

9 MINMAR 25
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Babylon

Rich dad, Poor dad

This remains one of our most popular episodes to date, with over 300 listens.

10 MINFEB 12
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Rich dad, Poor dad

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Gwede Mantashe gestures during a media briefing at Luthuli house, the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa, May 29, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko Verb/man-tash: The word was coined after then ANC Secretary General, Gwede Mantashe changed his mind during the #ZumaMustFall protests. Gwede Mantashe is the National Chairperson of the majority ANC and the Minister of Mineral Resources. Mike Canham, a community leader from Reiger Park, in Boksburg, faced an uphill battle after being involved in a car accident with a powerful politician’s wife. Despite denying culpability, Mantashe’s insurance offered a series of settlements. After over nine months of toing and froing, they finally paid out the market related value for the vehicle. But Mike Canham is still not happy.

10 MINFEB 11
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Rich Dad, Poor Dad

De Bijbel

The story of Krotoa ultimately lead me to explore my own herstory.

-1 s2018 SEP 4
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De Bijbel

HERSTORY UNTOLD

My country was “discovered” by one Jan van Riebeeck in 1652. His interpreter, Krotoa, – her story – ultimately set me on a path to explore my own herstory. This is part one in a series of podcast episodes tracing my lineage.

41 MIN2018 SEP 4
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HERSTORY UNTOLD

Latest Episodes

How to podcast

This episode explores the where’s and how’s of podcasting, while giving insight into what it is that we do.

4 MINJUN 14
Comments
How to podcast

Murders most foul

35 MINJUN 3
Comments
Murders most foul

PROFILE: REVEREND HEIDI PETERSEN

We take a glimpse into the life and ministry of Reverend Heidi Petersen of the Saint Barnabas United Church.

11 MINAPR 27
Comments
PROFILE: REVEREND HEIDI PETERSEN

ALBERTVILLE

It’s HERE!! The Official Launch of the Series “Ouma Tieties” Don’t forget to Follow us if you would like to see more! The Below Podcast is created and hosted by US onwww.Baobulb.org de bijbel Interested starting up a podcast or series?? Contact us TODAY. OUMA TIETIES It was during a family gathering that my mother mentioned Ouma Tieties, my Zulu ancestor. My family were classified coloured under the apartheid regime. Quite abit is known about our European ancestry but there is scant detail about our African lineage. Thus, news about a Zulu ancestor was news indeed! My quest to find my Zulu ancestor started with a quaint Dutch language bible which landed up in my family (much to the chagrin, no doubt, of the Dutch/Afrikaaners). In part two of the series, I explore another link with our country’s history: The forced removals, occasioned by the notorious Group Areas Act. This too is a lesser known story about the coloured people.

24 MINAPR 16
Comments
ALBERTVILLE

Open Sesame

A client school hosted an open streets event in Johannesburg recently.

11 MINAPR 7
Comments
Open Sesame

Babylon

In this latest episode of Mo_tivational Monday, we explore the dual economy and how it’s very much present today.

9 MINMAR 25
Comments
Babylon

Rich dad, Poor dad

This remains one of our most popular episodes to date, with over 300 listens.

10 MINFEB 12
Comments
Rich dad, Poor dad

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Gwede Mantashe gestures during a media briefing at Luthuli house, the ANC headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa, May 29, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko Verb/man-tash: The word was coined after then ANC Secretary General, Gwede Mantashe changed his mind during the #ZumaMustFall protests. Gwede Mantashe is the National Chairperson of the majority ANC and the Minister of Mineral Resources. Mike Canham, a community leader from Reiger Park, in Boksburg, faced an uphill battle after being involved in a car accident with a powerful politician’s wife. Despite denying culpability, Mantashe’s insurance offered a series of settlements. After over nine months of toing and froing, they finally paid out the market related value for the vehicle. But Mike Canham is still not happy.

10 MINFEB 11
Comments
Rich Dad, Poor Dad

De Bijbel

The story of Krotoa ultimately lead me to explore my own herstory.

-1 s2018 SEP 4
Comments
De Bijbel

HERSTORY UNTOLD

My country was “discovered” by one Jan van Riebeeck in 1652. His interpreter, Krotoa, – her story – ultimately set me on a path to explore my own herstory. This is part one in a series of podcast episodes tracing my lineage.

41 MIN2018 SEP 4
Comments
HERSTORY UNTOLD

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