Jacaranda FM News Bulletins

1400 EPISODES | JACARANDA FM |  Podcast, ±3 min episode every 2 hours
The Jacaranda FM News team is based in Gauteng – but covers local and international news of the day, providing the latest developments online and on-air. News bulletins run from 5am to 7pm weekdays, and from 7am to 6pm on weekends and public holidays. Tune into Jacaranda FM, or log on to www.jacarandafm.com, for the news you need to know.. now.

Tech Talk

78 EPISODES | FINE MUSIC RADIO |  Podcast, ±4 min episode every 1 week
What widget is the one to get? Should I upgrade? What do all those damn acronyms mean?
If these questions keep you up at night or you are just too scared to ask or merely curious, this show is an attempt to reduce the confusion in technology and help allow tech to make our lives better.
Brought to you by David Donde

TimesLIVE Podcasts

449 EPISODES | TIMESLIVE PODCASTS |  Podcast, ±13 min episode every 3 days
Podcasts and similar audio content from the Arena Holdings group, publishers of the Sunday Times, Business Day, The Times, Sowetan, etc.
News-orientated editorial content

Keywords: podcast, multimedia, politics, entertainment, news and views, economy, South Africa

Fine Food

60 EPISODES | FINE MUSIC RADIO |  Podcast, ±6 min episode every 6 days
Join Gourmet Guide Jenny Handley, on the menu are: fine food, wine, art and culture, award-winning architecture, innovative wine tourism experiences and Best of Wine Tourism Award winners.
FMR Fine Food is brought to you by Wesgro, the official tourism, trade and investment promotion agency for Cape Town and Western Cape.
FMR Fine Food is on Saturdays at 10:45am, with a repeat on Sundays at 09:50am.

South African Border Wars

34 EPISODES | DESMOND LATHAM |  Podcast, ±19 min episode every 6 days
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 years of conflict that the Truth and Reconciliation commission would focus on the internal struggle inside South Africa.

For most conscripts in the South African Defence Force, the SADF, they completed matric and then were drafted into the military. For SWAPO or UNITA or the MPLA army FAPLA it was a similar experience but defined largely by a political awakening and usually linked to information spread through villages and in towns.

This was a young person’s war which most wars are – after all the most disposable members of society are its young men. Nor was it simply a war between white and black. IT was more a conflict on the ground between red and green. Communism and Capitalism.

The other reality was despite being a low-key war, it was high intensity and at times featured by unconventional warfare as well as conventional. At times SADF soldiers would be on foot, walking patrols or SWAPO on foot, launching attacks across the border.

But there were motorised heavy vehicles, tanks, artillery, air bombardments and mechanised units rolling into attack each other.

For some that was a nightmare, for others, freedom. At times youngsters from the suburbs of Pretoria or Durban were fighting experienced soldiers from Russia and Cuba. For veterans the territory would come to be known as “Nam” as the experience replicated the American experience in Vietnam to some extent.

East Coast Radio Newswatch

1999 EPISODES | EAST COAST RADIO |  Podcast, ±2 min episode every 2 hours
East Coast Radio Newswatch is the independent Durban-based radio station's news team. We are KwaZulu-Natal’s trusted news source with a focus on local, breaking news. Our bulletins run from 6am until 6pm, Monday to Friday. On weekends and public holidays you can catch our news updates from 7am until 12pm. © East Coast Radio.

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