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2024.07.19 - Stephen Gruzd, continuing relevance of NATO, given Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and changes in the international environment for South Africa
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  • 2024.07.19 - Stephen Gruzd, continuing relevance of NATO, given Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and changes in the international environment for South Africa

    2024.07.19 - Stephen Gruzd, continuing relevance of NATO, given Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and changes in the international environment for South Africa

    Jul 19, 2024 • 46:35

  • 2024.07.12 - Capetown opera upcoming production of Lucia de Lamermoor - Conroy Scott ,bass-baritone

    2024.07.12 - Capetown opera upcoming production of Lucia de Lamermoor - Conroy Scott ,bass-baritone

    Jul 12, 2024 • 40:44

  • 2024.07.05 - New politics shaping Europe's elections -  Canaan Lidor Times of Israel correspondent

    2024.07.05 - New politics shaping Europe's elections - Canaan Lidor Times of Israel correspondent

    Jul 5, 2024 • 44:05

  • 2024.06.28 - Presidential debate between president Joe Biden and former president Donald trump - David Smith, Washington correspondent of the guardian

    2024.06.28 - Presidential debate between president Joe Biden and former president Donald trump - David Smith, Washington correspondent of the guardian

    Jun 28, 2024 • 40:26

  • 2024.06.21 - What the election results mean and what happens next - Ebrahim Fakir Political Analyst and Director of programs at ASRI

    2024.06.21 - What the election results mean and what happens next - Ebrahim Fakir Political Analyst and Director of programs at ASRI

    Jun 21, 2024 • 47:55

  • 2024.06.14 - Dawie Roodt - on the economic landscape the new government must deal with to promote national economic growth

    2024.06.14 - Dawie Roodt - on the economic landscape the new government must deal with to promote national economic growth

    Jun 18, 2024 • 22:04

  • 2024.06.14 - Peter Fabricus - on the incoming government's foreign policy challenges and  temptations

    2024.06.14 - Peter Fabricus - on the incoming government's foreign policy challenges and temptations

    Jun 18, 2024 • 17:17

  • 2024.06.07 - Marianne merten on the parliamentary and larger political challenges for a new government

    2024.06.07 - Marianne merten on the parliamentary and larger political challenges for a new government

    Jun 7, 2024 • 48:23

  • 2024.05.31 - Iraj Abedian on the economic landscape facing South Africa and its government regardless of the results of the election

    2024.05.31 - Iraj Abedian on the economic landscape facing South Africa and its government regardless of the results of the election

    Jun 3, 2024 • 45:10

  • 2024.05.24 - Elections - Kenny Kunene leader of Patriotic Alliance

    2024.05.24 - Elections - Kenny Kunene leader of Patriotic Alliance

    May 24, 2024 • 30:20

  • 2024.05.24 - Elections - Mmusi Maimane leader of Build One South Africa

    2024.05.24 - Elections - Mmusi Maimane leader of Build One South Africa

    May 24, 2024 • 19:06

  • 2024.05.17 - Elections - Herman Mashaba leader of Action SA

    2024.05.17 - Elections - Herman Mashaba leader of Action SA

    May 24, 2024 • 45:11

  • 2024.05.10-Reinterpreting-the-classic-stories-and-the-importance-of-dance-for-a-nationDada-Masilo

    2024.05.10-Reinterpreting-the-classic-stories-and-the-importance-of-dance-for-a-nationDada-Masilo

    May 16, 2024 • 45:52

  • 2024.04.26 - Nature of and need for active citizenship in Johannesburg and South Africa -  Ferial Haffajee

    2024.04.26 - Nature of and need for active citizenship in Johannesburg and South Africa - Ferial Haffajee

    Apr 26, 2024 • 39:35

  • 2024.04.19 - Barbara Masekela, her love of literature, an educator, and her passion about the need for citizens to make their choices in this year's election

    2024.04.19 - Barbara Masekela, her love of literature, an educator, and her passion about the need for citizens to make their choices in this year's election

    Apr 22, 2024 • 44:50

  • 2024.04.05 - What has happened with the National Assembly - Marianne Merten

    2024.04.05 - What has happened with the National Assembly - Marianne Merten

    Apr 9, 2024 • 44:02

  • 2024.03.29 - Peacemaking in the Middle East with Gershon Baskin

    2024.03.29 - Peacemaking in the Middle East with Gershon Baskin

    Apr 9, 2024 • 46:14

  • 2024.03.22 - what it has been like to make aliyah and to work amidst the ongoing conflict - Martin Schoenberg, formerly the head of Ballet Theatre Afrikan, now at the Jerusalem Ballet

    2024.03.22 - what it has been like to make aliyah and to work amidst the ongoing conflict - Martin Schoenberg, formerly the head of Ballet Theatre Afrikan, now at the Jerusalem Ballet

    Mar 22, 2024 • 40:46

  • 2024.03.15 - Deep changes in the south African electorate that can affect the upcoming election - Theo venter, UFS Professor

    2024.03.15 - Deep changes in the south African electorate that can affect the upcoming election - Theo venter, UFS Professor

    Mar 15, 2024 • 42:00

  • 2024.03.08 - David Smith, Washington Correspondent for the Guardian Newspapers, to unravel some momentous events in American politics and an upcoming election and their impact on the world

    2024.03.08 - David Smith, Washington Correspondent for the Guardian Newspapers, to unravel some momentous events in American politics and an upcoming election and their impact on the world

    Mar 8, 2024 • 42:08

  • 2024.03.01 - Kitty Phetla and Elroy Fillis-Bell, Johannesburg Ballet Theatre - New and exciting directions for the company

    2024.03.01 - Kitty Phetla and Elroy Fillis-Bell, Johannesburg Ballet Theatre - New and exciting directions for the company

    Mar 1, 2024 • 42:46

  • 2024.02.23 - Professors Robert Lindsey (UWC) and Richard Newman (Stellenbosch) on an important new project to be initiated in Paarl to study that elusive dark matter that comprises up to 85% of the entire universe

    2024.02.23 - Professors Robert Lindsey (UWC) and Richard Newman (Stellenbosch) on an important new project to be initiated in Paarl to study that elusive dark matter that comprises up to 85% of the entire universe

    Feb 23, 2024 • 44:29

  • 2024.02.16 - Gareth van Onselen for insights into how polling works and how voters should interpret what polls tell us about our political landscape

    2024.02.16 - Gareth van Onselen for insights into how polling works and how voters should interpret what polls tell us about our political landscape

    Feb 20, 2024 • 42:59

  • 2024.02.09 - Dion Chang, head of Flux Trends, on a whole litany of social, economic, and political trends that are already rebuilding our world in new and strange ways. this one is unmissable

    2024.02.09 - Dion Chang, head of Flux Trends, on a whole litany of social, economic, and political trends that are already rebuilding our world in new and strange ways. this one is unmissable

    Feb 9, 2024 • 41:59

  • 2024.02.02 - Yacoob Abba Omar,  political scientist and operations manager of the Mapungubwe Institute on the underlying features of the South African political landscape ,a place with voter self-identity remains a crucial feature of that landscape.

    2024.02.02 - Yacoob Abba Omar, political scientist and operations manager of the Mapungubwe Institute on the underlying features of the South African political landscape ,a place with voter self-identity remains a crucial feature of that landscape.

    Feb 2, 2024 • 42:45

  • 2024.01.26 - Bronwyn Williams of Flux Trends on the big, global trends from population cohorts that are going to vitally affect politics in South Africa, throughout Africa, and the rest of the world.

    2024.01.26 - Bronwyn Williams of Flux Trends on the big, global trends from population cohorts that are going to vitally affect politics in South Africa, throughout Africa, and the rest of the world.

    Jan 26, 2024 • 53:45

  • 2024.01.19 - James Ngcobo,artistic director, Joburg city theatres, about new productions and the future of theatre in South Africa

    2024.01.19 - James Ngcobo,artistic director, Joburg city theatres, about new productions and the future of theatre in South Africa

    Jan 19, 2024 • 45:54

  • 2024.01.12 - Miriam Herschlag of the 'times of Israel' on public opinion in Israel in light of the impending international court of justice "genocide actions" hearing

    2024.01.12 - Miriam Herschlag of the 'times of Israel' on public opinion in Israel in light of the impending international court of justice "genocide actions" hearing

    Jan 12, 2024 • 40:16

  • 2023.11.04 -Neo Muyanga, creative director at the centre for the less good idea, on his plans and hopes for the Centre's work

    2023.11.04 -Neo Muyanga, creative director at the centre for the less good idea, on his plans and hopes for the Centre's work

    Dec 4, 2023 • 45:10

  • 2023.11.24 - Phyllis Klotz on Sibikwa Arts Centre's festival - The Body Moves, as well as her own history as a major figure in South Africa's community arts universe

    2023.11.24 - Phyllis Klotz on Sibikwa Arts Centre's festival - The Body Moves, as well as her own history as a major figure in South Africa's community arts universe

    Nov 24, 2023 • 45:13

  • 2023.11.17 - Adriaan Basson on his new, co-authored book, "Who Will Rule South Africa", and what the electoral landscape is shaping up to be in.

    2023.11.17 - Adriaan Basson on his new, co-authored book, "Who Will Rule South Africa", and what the electoral landscape is shaping up to be in.

    Nov 17, 2023 • 41:48

  • 2023.11.10 - Deep Dive speaks with social entrepreneur Carolyn Steyn, the founder of 67 Blankets for Mandela, about this project and her eventful life

    2023.11.10 - Deep Dive speaks with social entrepreneur Carolyn Steyn, the founder of 67 Blankets for Mandela, about this project and her eventful life

    Nov 10, 2023 • 44:17

  • 2023.11.03 - Brett Bailey about his new work, Constellations, at Spier along with so much else.

    2023.11.03 - Brett Bailey about his new work, Constellations, at Spier along with so much else.

    Nov 6, 2023 • 41:35

  • 2023.10.27 - Heather Blanckensee, principal of Sacred Heart College, in an illuminating conversation about the challenges and possibilities for education in today's South Africa

    2023.10.27 - Heather Blanckensee, principal of Sacred Heart College, in an illuminating conversation about the challenges and possibilities for education in today's South Africa

    Oct 27, 2023 • 44:23

  • 2023.10.20 - David Smith, Guardian Washington correspondent, about the current chaos in the American Congress, President Biden's fortunes, and so much else.

    2023.10.20 - David Smith, Guardian Washington correspondent, about the current chaos in the American Congress, President Biden's fortunes, and so much else.

    Oct 20, 2023 • 45:03

  • 2023.10.13 - Miriam Hershlag, the Opinion and Blogs Editor for The Times of Israel on where Israelis are now in their thinking, in light of recent tragic events.

    2023.10.13 - Miriam Hershlag, the Opinion and Blogs Editor for The Times of Israel on where Israelis are now in their thinking, in light of recent tragic events.

    Oct 13, 2023 • 43:27

  • 2023.10.06 - Tessa dooms and Lynsey chutel, co-authors of the new book, "Coloured: how classification became culture"

    2023.10.06 - Tessa dooms and Lynsey chutel, co-authors of the new book, "Coloured: how classification became culture"

    Oct 6, 2023 • 44:10

  • 2023.09.29 - Regg Moalusi, executive director of the SA National Editors Forum,continuing threats to media freedom and remembers Black Wednesday in 1977 when newspapers were closed and editors arrested

    2023.09.29 - Regg Moalusi, executive director of the SA National Editors Forum,continuing threats to media freedom and remembers Black Wednesday in 1977 when newspapers were closed and editors arrested

    Sep 29, 2023 • 47:10

  • 2023.09.22 - Iraj Abedian,economist on South Africa's challenges, the promise of BRICS, and the global economic future

    2023.09.22 - Iraj Abedian,economist on South Africa's challenges, the promise of BRICS, and the global economic future

    Sep 22, 2023 • 46:46

  • 2023.09.15 - Prof Patrick Bond, UJ distinguished professor of Sociology, on the future of BRICS, the G-20 and the rest of the Global financial architecture

    2023.09.15 - Prof Patrick Bond, UJ distinguished professor of Sociology, on the future of BRICS, the G-20 and the rest of the Global financial architecture

    Sep 15, 2023 • 48:35

  • 2023.09.08 - Mothobi Mutloatsi,journalist, publisher and playwright - the upcoming revival of "The Suit"Concertised, based on Can Themba's classic short story

    2023.09.08 - Mothobi Mutloatsi,journalist, publisher and playwright - the upcoming revival of "The Suit"Concertised, based on Can Themba's classic short story

    Sep 8, 2023 • 43:55

  • 2023.09.01 - Dr Jakkie Cilliers, head of the ISS Africa futures project on outcome of BRICS, the wave of coups in Africa, and the future of continent growth.

    2023.09.01 - Dr Jakkie Cilliers, head of the ISS Africa futures project on outcome of BRICS, the wave of coups in Africa, and the future of continent growth.

    Sep 4, 2023 • 43:46

  • 2023.08.25 - Pieter Dirk Uys-his Career, Inspirations and his new show "Sell by Date"

    2023.08.25 - Pieter Dirk Uys-his Career, Inspirations and his new show "Sell by Date"

    Aug 25, 2023 • 44:08

  • 2023.08.18 - Philip Van Niekerk on events in Niger and the rest of the Sahel, as well as need for stronger representation by South Africa in Washington.

    2023.08.18 - Philip Van Niekerk on events in Niger and the rest of the Sahel, as well as need for stronger representation by South Africa in Washington.

    Aug 18, 2023 • 42:43

  • 2023.08.11 - David Smith, The Guardian Washington correspondent - the astonishing political landscape of today's America

    2023.08.11 - David Smith, The Guardian Washington correspondent - the astonishing political landscape of today's America

    Aug 11, 2023 • 41:43

  • 2023.08.04 - Bridget Sleap of Human Rights Watch on its recent report on South Africa's treatment of the aged

    2023.08.04 - Bridget Sleap of Human Rights Watch on its recent report on South Africa's treatment of the aged

    Aug 4, 2023 • 44:43

  • 2023.07.28 - Laurence Caromba, researcher at the MISTRA think tank about the challenges for South Africa's foreign policy, how can it balance its international ambitions and its African challenges.

    2023.07.28 - Laurence Caromba, researcher at the MISTRA think tank about the challenges for South Africa's foreign policy, how can it balance its international ambitions and its African challenges.

    Jul 28, 2023 • 42:28

  • 2023.07.21 - Magdalene Minaar,  Cape Town Opera artistic director - on their new production of "Tosca" and the place of opera in 21st century South Africa

    2023.07.21 - Magdalene Minaar, Cape Town Opera artistic director - on their new production of "Tosca" and the place of opera in 21st century South Africa

    Jul 21, 2023 • 44:46

  • 2023.07.14 - Paul Slabolepszy veteran playwright, the revival of his iconic play, "Saturday Night at the Palace," and its continuing relevance in today's South Africa

    2023.07.14 - Paul Slabolepszy veteran playwright, the revival of his iconic play, "Saturday Night at the Palace," and its continuing relevance in today's South Africa

    Jul 14, 2023 • 44:03

  • 2023.07.07 - Michael Carbo on his new biography of businessman Harry Oppenheimer

    2023.07.07 - Michael Carbo on his new biography of businessman Harry Oppenheimer

    Jul 7, 2023 • 46:16