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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.
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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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Our Guest: Estelle Levin-Nally, (Levin Sources | CEO and Founder)In this episode of the WIMSA Mining Indaba 2022 series, Briony Liber chats with Estelle Levin-Nally, CEO of Levin Resources. We explore issues around artisinal and small scale miners (ASM), the relationships between ASMs and large-scale mining companies and the human rights, safety an…
 
Graham’s war in the Eastern Cape had sent the amaXhosa hurrying eastwards over the Great Fish River, with Ndlambe settling near where East London is today. Not surprisingly, however, the 1812 explusions caused an increase in cattle raiding rather than more stability because the power of the chiefs had been removed from the area. While the British w…
 
In this week's spotlight minisode we discuss updates in cases including Renee Jain and Tazne Van Wyk (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Get exclusive and ad-free episodes on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa) (Support the show on PayPal https://www.paypal.me/truecrimesa)Nicole Engelbrecht による
 
Episode 6 of a series on the Kruger National Park Gold prospectors, illegal immigrants, and we leave Tropical Africa as we cross the Tropic of Capricorn. We explore Masorini, the Letaba area, we meet Piet Grobler, and say thank you to Eileen Orpen who to this day is still the largest donor of land to the Kruger Park. Want to travel to the Kruger Na…
 
To celebrate Mother’s Day, we held a special edition of our regular catch-up sessions on Twitter Spaces. Our host Dineo Tsamela and regular guest Dr Thandu Tshume were joined by their real-life moms, who shared stories and insights into how their children became the financially-savvy, successful individuals they are today. Don’t miss this inspiring…
 
Anita Posch is a Bitcoin advocate, author of Learn Bitcoin , host of the Anita Posch show and founder of Bitcoin for Fairness. More about Anita: https://anitaposch.com/about Bitvice: Self Custody Simplified -Visit Bitvice Website By the Horns: Subscribe to our channels and get notified as soon as a new podcast is released! By The Horns is a Bitcoin…
 
Our Guest: Takalani Randima, (Shaft Sinkers - United Mining Services Group | Managing Director)In this episode in the Mining Indaba 2022 series, Briony Liber catches up with one of Women in Mining South Africa's newest sponsors, Takalani Randima, Managing Director of Shaft Sinkers - United Mining Services Group.We explored Takalani's philosophy aro…
 
Episode 5 of a series on he Kruger National Park The far north of the park has some really interesting history to explore. Archaeological sites such as Thulamela, fun history like Crooks corner - the haunt of "Bvekenya", as well as the remnants of the Witwatersrand Native Labour Association sites, are all to be found in this area. Want to travel to…
 
Welcome to the Episode 14 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: In a rural farming community on a 5 acre farm, unbeknownst to many of the public, the idyllic surroundings hid a dark and disturbing secret. In 2011, a boy only 15 years old was dropped at a wildlife ranger training camp. Little did he know that 10 weeks late…
 
Who are the Stars of the Saffer Universe this Week?While many of us sit in the dark at home in SA (thanks to rolling blackouts) there are some guiding lights out there in the universe, be they scientist taking pictures of Black Holes, Blankies being put on show (a lot more than 67 of them!), Rassie Erasmus being blocked, Irish get-togethers, and th…
 
As you heard last episode, from February 1982 SWAPO activity had increased in the normally quiet western sector of Angola north of Kaokaland. Remember the Red Cross flight which had been tracked by a SWAPO unit in that area at a place they called Point Zero. It was decided that this unit had to be confronted as quickly as possible as it threatened …
 
Ultra-rapid acting insulin is coming to South Africa! Hallelujah.Many South Africans with Type 1 diabetes were told to inject as they sat down to eat. Once they saw the blood sugar spikes on CGM / flash glucose devices, the advice changed to injecting 15-30 minutes before you eat. But that depends on the individual, the time of day, what’s being ea…
 
Let's dive in: do we need to be sensitive about diabetes and language?There’s a growing movement toward changing the language of diabetes so that it can be more empowering for people living with diabetes. It’s time to move away from calling diabetes a disease, people with diabetes patients and those living with diabetes diabetics. But why is it so …
 
Let's talk about diabetes and mental health - we all need to!It’s a reality for many people living with diabetes, but what exactly is diabetes burnout, and how can you move through it? Just as importantly, how can you support someone you love who is feeling burnt out… What should you say, what shouldn’t you say? We speak to Type 1 diabetes psycholo…
 
This is episode 66 – it’s late 1811 and Sir John Cradock has just dispatched Lieutenant Colonel John Graham into the eastern Cape frontier to rid the Zuurveld of the amaXhosa. Cradock suffered from none of his predecessors inhibition against taking military action. This did not reflect a change of policy in London – in fact, far from it. As you’ll …
 
In 2008, the body of 28-year-old Norman Watermeyer was discovered after he had been missing for several days. When one dogged detective was assigned to the case, he realized he had seen this MO before, and he knew the perpetrator well. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447)(Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecrimesa)(Support the …
 
The founders of the South African Air Force, traitors and rebels, battlefields and graves, heroes and villains, churches and statues - this road encompasses them all. There's even a memorial to the animals of the 2nd Anglo-Boer War.Road Trip による
 
This is a unique route to travel. It is special because so many elements of our history can be explored while driving this highway. It stretches from Maputo - actually Komatipoort which is the South African border - right through to the border with Botswana. You can visit San rock art, there is is an interesting link with Jan van Riebeeck, there's …
 
A 700km overland trek for a bunch of ellies making their way to the Kruger Park makes headlines this week on SAPeople.com. Throw in a bit of what Sami Hall Says, how a Highbury schoolboy is making a difference, Love for Leon Schuster and Chapman's Peak turning 100 and Mel and Jenni discuss whether they could catch up with Chad le Clos if they're be…
 
December 1981 brought the usual debriefings and analysis about how the border war was progressing, particularly after a year that saw such highs and lows for the SADF. However, before the end of the year, The SADF ordered another small operation called Vlinder to hit the area near Evale over the cutline. In one of the final acts of the year, troops…
 
Welcome to the Episode 13 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: Every day in South Africa, 3 women lose their lives at the hands of their partners. This is the story of a woman who would live to tell her tale that would shock a nation. The abuse she suffered was at the hands of the man she loved; the man she trusted. The …
 
This is episode 65 and we’ll spend time with the amaXhosa, and hear about Lieutenant Colonel John Graham. I mentioned last episode that he was going to introduce what he would call a proper degree of terror in the Zuurveld where the British adopted an ethnic cleansing campaign in 1811 and 1812. All the important players in this terrible drama have …
 
Between 2010 and 2011 a serial predator was hunting young girls in various towns around Gauteng. When it became clear that his crimes were predominantly being committed on a Sunday, he became known as The Sunday Rapist. He soon escalated, though, and in the most horrific of ways. (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon htt…
 
Adding Hope to the Nation. Ask not what your country can do for you.... So many people at home and abroad are stepping up to help others in need here in SA, and Jenni Baxter and Melanie Walker pay homage to a few of them. Not just those that use their power for good, but also those that bring hope in the way of doing good deeds, not matter how smal…
 
This Workers’ Day, we reflect on the ways the pandemic has changed how we work. Now that things are returning to some kind of normal following the lifting of South Africa’s state of disaster, should businesses be returning to their offices, or should employees be allowed to continue working remotely? We discuss the great work from home versus work …
 
Welcome to the Episode 12 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: The Eastern Cape is arguably one of the most beautiful provinces in South Africa. Amongst the rolling plains, rivers, valleys and farms there lies a small, rural village- Toleni which between the years of 2008 and 2013 became known as the Village of Death. Wo…
 
This is episode 64 and we’ve rejoined Lieutenant colonel Richard Collins and Governor Caledon in Cape Town. If you remember last episode we heard about Collins’ military intelligence gathering trip to the eastern Frontier.He’d returned with two main ideas about what to do about the amaXhosa still living in the Zuurveld. His report of 6th August 180…
 
Do you have questions about living with diabetes in South Africa?You’re in very good company! Turns out, we all do.Welcome to South Africans with Diabetes. I’m Bridget McNulty, and in this podcast we’re going to be answering your questions to help you live a healthy, happy life with diabetes. This is our second season, and I really wanted to focus …
 
As digital sex crimes become more prevalent, it is vital that we understand how these crimes take place and what adults and children can do to avoid falling victim to online predators. Colonel Kirsten Clark, Section Commander of the Investigative Psychology Section of SAPS in the Western Cape shares her insights into these crimes (24-hr trauma help…
 
The sound of gunfire from Operation Protea and the SADF were already planning their next invasion of Angola. The intelligence gathered during Protea was going to lead to the second 1981 op, which was launched in November 1981 targeting Ionde initially, 120km inside Angola, then onwards to Bambi and Chetequera, much deeper inside Angola. But first, …
 
The (Multi-tier) Highs of SA NewsWhile the Social Media streams are filled with fake news and the Twitterverse is seriously atwitter with Elon Musk's most recent purchase, Jenni Baxter of SAPeople.com and Melanie Walker (the Jozi blonde at medium) break down what's real and what's not - SAPeople is getting noticed by Facebook; local rockstars doing…
 
Welcome to the Episode 11 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: Whilst other girls were taking Snapchat selfies whilst watching the latest episode of the Winx club, an 11 year old girl was fighting for her life from a man she knew; a man who lived just a few doors down from her home. The last words she would utter, God kn…
 
On social media, we called on our followers to share their defining money stories—good ones and bad ones, successes and failures. Now, Dineo Tsamela (Standard Bank Securities), Sam ‘The Challenger’ Hlonyana (author of Life after Dieting) and Dr Thandu Tshume (Standard Bank Wealth Academies) unpack what we learned from these stories and discuss the …
 
Last episode we spent some time back in Zululand hearing about the amaMthethwa, the amaNdwandwe, the amaHlubi, the amaQwabe and that tiny little chiefdom called the amaZulu. They were largely irrelevant in the history of South Africa at the time, until Zwide’s amaNdwandwe began pushing southwards into Mthethwa territory. Then Dingiswayo’s amaMtheth…
 
When Anisha and Joey van Niekerk went missing on the 11th of December 2017, their families immediately suspected foul play. What they could not know, is that their loved ones had fallen victim to a man whose greed knew no bounds, and he'd killed before (24-hr trauma helpline 082-821-3447) (Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/truecri…
 
In this inbetweener episode we look at the growing epidemic of violence against children.For more information on PodVoice and our other companion podcasts visit our website:https://podvoiceinfo.wixsite.com/podvoice-1To advertise through PodVoice send an e-mail to:podvoiceinfo@gmail.comFind us on Social Media!Facebook: Wicked Crimes South AfricaTwit…
 
In a week that has seen Stage 4 Load shedding implemented across SA, Jenni and Melanie find stories that will warm people's hearts, while giving information on how you can join SA Stalwarts such as Charlize Theron in bringing some warmth and necessities to those in need in KZN and other areas.For uplifting stories and videos for Saffers at home and…
 
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