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Podcasts and similar audio content from the Arena Holdings group, publishers of the Sunday Times, Business Day, The Times, Sowetan, etc.News-orientated editorial contentKeywords: podcast, multimedia, politics, entertainment, news and views, economy, South Africa

Latest Episodes

How to make the most of this year's extended Black Friday specials

Black Friday is around the corner and many are deciding whether they will spend their hard-earned cash on their favourite items. Some are debating whether to shop online or physically head to the shops due to concerns about Covid-19. Retailers including Makro, Pick n Pay and Game have already seen shoppers talking about their Black Friday deals online.

4 min3 d ago
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How to make the most of this year's extended Black Friday specials

Ace Magashule bailed on R200 000

ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule was released on bail of R200,000 after he made his first appearance in a packed Bloemfontein magistrate's court on Friday to face charges of fraud, corruption and money laundering. Magashule's advocate, Laurance Hodes, brought an application for his release on bail after he had presented himself to the Hawks on Friday morning for charges related to the controversial 2014 Free State asbestos roofing removal project, while he was premier of the province.

5 min2 w ago
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Ace Magashule bailed on R200 000

Wits researchers announce breakthrough in HIV prevention

Researchers from the HIV Prevention Trials Network have announced a “breakthrough” in the prevention of HIV in women. The initial results from clinical trials show that an injection once every eight weeks is 90% more effective than taking a daily pill to prevent HIV among women. The trial was led by Dr Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, director of research at the Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (RHI) at the University of the Witwatersrand.

5 min2 w ago
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Wits researchers announce breakthrough in HIV prevention

FULL ADDRESS | Ramaphosa addresses SA on Covid-19 developments

President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation at 8pm on Wednesday night. The address followed a special sitting of cabinet that considered recommendations of the national coronavirus command council meeting.

35 min2 w ago
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FULL ADDRESS | Ramaphosa addresses SA on Covid-19 developments

Plea for dialogue as Ramaphosa denounces violence at Brackenfell school

President Cyril Ramaphosa has described the confrontation outside Brackenfell High School in Cape Town as deeply regrettable, calling for people to act with greater decorum. On Monday, a violent confrontation broke out between a group of parents from the school and EFF members, who were protesting against alleged racism at the school. The incident was sparked by a matric ball that was hosted privately, after the school had cancelled the annual event because of Covid-19.

3 min2 w ago
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Plea for dialogue as Ramaphosa denounces violence at Brackenfell school

Donald Trump calls US elections a ‘major fraud'

The suspense is taking its toll on US President Donald Trump as votes are counted and Americans wait to learn who will lead them for the next four years. Trump's Twitter timeline has been flooded with rants and accusations of fraud and violation of America's democracy since the polls closed on Tuesday. In the early stages of vote counts, Trump was optimistic that he would win the presidency. He even went as far as declaring a false victory despite millions of votes still uncounted. He said his legal team would take his case to the US Supreme Court but did not specify what they would claim. Interview audio supplied by Reuters.

3 min3 w ago
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Donald Trump calls US elections a ‘major fraud'

WITS develops solution to improve accuracy and safety of COVID-19 testing

A team from WITS University’s Centre for Biomedical Tuberculosis Research (CBTBR) led by Professor Bavesh Kana has developed a unique “control standard” for Covid-19 testing, which aims to ensure that testing is independently verified so as to assure its accuracy for diagnostic testing platforms.

6 min3 w ago
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WITS develops solution to improve accuracy and safety of COVID-19 testing

Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary get bail of R200,000 each

Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church leader Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary were on Wednesday granted bail of R200,000 each by the Pretoria magistrate's court. The couple and their three co-accused face fraud and money laundering charges related to an investment scheme valued at about R102m.

2 min3 w ago
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Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary get bail of R200,000 each

Matric exams on the horizon

The department of basic education is on track with its preparations for the largest ever matric exams, which start on November 5. For the first time in the country’s history, more than 1 million candidates will sit for the exams. This is because they are combined exams that will also cater for candidates who were meant to sit for the May/June exams, which were cancelled after the country went into lockdown because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

3 min3 w ago
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Matric exams on the horizon

Civil Union Amendment Bill passed into law

On 22 October, The Civil Union Amendment Act 8 of 2020 came into force. This brings a much needed change that the LGBTQIA++ community has been advocating for since 2006, when South Africa became the first country in Africa and the 5th in the world to legalise civil unions between persons of the same sex.

6 minOCT 30
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Civil Union Amendment Bill passed into law

Latest Episodes

How to make the most of this year's extended Black Friday specials

Black Friday is around the corner and many are deciding whether they will spend their hard-earned cash on their favourite items. Some are debating whether to shop online or physically head to the shops due to concerns about Covid-19. Retailers including Makro, Pick n Pay and Game have already seen shoppers talking about their Black Friday deals online.

4 min3 d ago
Comments
How to make the most of this year's extended Black Friday specials

Ace Magashule bailed on R200 000

ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule was released on bail of R200,000 after he made his first appearance in a packed Bloemfontein magistrate's court on Friday to face charges of fraud, corruption and money laundering. Magashule's advocate, Laurance Hodes, brought an application for his release on bail after he had presented himself to the Hawks on Friday morning for charges related to the controversial 2014 Free State asbestos roofing removal project, while he was premier of the province.

5 min2 w ago
Comments
Ace Magashule bailed on R200 000

Wits researchers announce breakthrough in HIV prevention

Researchers from the HIV Prevention Trials Network have announced a “breakthrough” in the prevention of HIV in women. The initial results from clinical trials show that an injection once every eight weeks is 90% more effective than taking a daily pill to prevent HIV among women. The trial was led by Dr Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, director of research at the Reproductive Health and HIV Institute (RHI) at the University of the Witwatersrand.

5 min2 w ago
Comments
Wits researchers announce breakthrough in HIV prevention

FULL ADDRESS | Ramaphosa addresses SA on Covid-19 developments

President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation at 8pm on Wednesday night. The address followed a special sitting of cabinet that considered recommendations of the national coronavirus command council meeting.

35 min2 w ago
Comments
FULL ADDRESS | Ramaphosa addresses SA on Covid-19 developments

Plea for dialogue as Ramaphosa denounces violence at Brackenfell school

President Cyril Ramaphosa has described the confrontation outside Brackenfell High School in Cape Town as deeply regrettable, calling for people to act with greater decorum. On Monday, a violent confrontation broke out between a group of parents from the school and EFF members, who were protesting against alleged racism at the school. The incident was sparked by a matric ball that was hosted privately, after the school had cancelled the annual event because of Covid-19.

3 min2 w ago
Comments
Plea for dialogue as Ramaphosa denounces violence at Brackenfell school

Donald Trump calls US elections a ‘major fraud'

The suspense is taking its toll on US President Donald Trump as votes are counted and Americans wait to learn who will lead them for the next four years. Trump's Twitter timeline has been flooded with rants and accusations of fraud and violation of America's democracy since the polls closed on Tuesday. In the early stages of vote counts, Trump was optimistic that he would win the presidency. He even went as far as declaring a false victory despite millions of votes still uncounted. He said his legal team would take his case to the US Supreme Court but did not specify what they would claim. Interview audio supplied by Reuters.

3 min3 w ago
Comments
Donald Trump calls US elections a ‘major fraud'

WITS develops solution to improve accuracy and safety of COVID-19 testing

A team from WITS University’s Centre for Biomedical Tuberculosis Research (CBTBR) led by Professor Bavesh Kana has developed a unique “control standard” for Covid-19 testing, which aims to ensure that testing is independently verified so as to assure its accuracy for diagnostic testing platforms.

6 min3 w ago
Comments
WITS develops solution to improve accuracy and safety of COVID-19 testing

Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary get bail of R200,000 each

Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church leader Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary were on Wednesday granted bail of R200,000 each by the Pretoria magistrate's court. The couple and their three co-accused face fraud and money laundering charges related to an investment scheme valued at about R102m.

2 min3 w ago
Comments
Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary get bail of R200,000 each

Matric exams on the horizon

The department of basic education is on track with its preparations for the largest ever matric exams, which start on November 5. For the first time in the country’s history, more than 1 million candidates will sit for the exams. This is because they are combined exams that will also cater for candidates who were meant to sit for the May/June exams, which were cancelled after the country went into lockdown because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

3 min3 w ago
Comments
Matric exams on the horizon

Civil Union Amendment Bill passed into law

On 22 October, The Civil Union Amendment Act 8 of 2020 came into force. This brings a much needed change that the LGBTQIA++ community has been advocating for since 2006, when South Africa became the first country in Africa and the 5th in the world to legalise civil unions between persons of the same sex.

6 minOCT 30
Comments
Civil Union Amendment Bill passed into law
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