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Just for a change powered by the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

7 EPISODES | BERTHA CENTRE OF SOCIAL INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP |  Podcast, ±45 min episode every 3 weeks, 5 days
Featuring a variety of guests on each show, we’ll highlight the work and thinking undertaken by the Bertha Centre and innovators researching, teaching and working in the field.

The podcast will focus on the broad topics of social innovation and social justice - making these topics digestible and thought provoking for a cross section of society. The aim is to appeal to people who are curious about solving social issues in the world around them and especially those who believe we can make the world a better place. This will not merely be a ‘feel good’ show but rather a podcast that showcases the work undertaken by the Bertha Centre and others in the field. We’d like to encourage discourse and critical thinking through all the content presented and at the same time educate and entertain listeners.

Kwadlangezwa Community Advice Office and ICORA100.4 FM

0 EPISODES | CITIZEN JUSTICE NETWORK |  Podcast
Kwadlangezwa Community Advice Office and Resource Centre was formed in 2002 by Zinhle Madima and it is located 30 Km away from Richards Bay. The advice is led by Lindokuhle Macuacua. On the Citizen Justice Network program, Kwadlangezwa Community Advice Office and Resource Centre is in partnership with ICORA FM to bring social change.

OUTA Hour

16 EPISODES | OUTA (ORGANISATION UNDOING TAX ABUSE) |  Podcast, ±1 hr 09 min episode every 4 weeks, 2 days
A weekly look at OUTA's work fighting corruption, maladministration and tax abuse. OUTA experts give feedback on ongoing projects (e.g. e-tolls, the fight against state capture, AARTO, COVID-19 corruption) and answer questions from the public.

The South African Medical Association

9 EPISODES | THE SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION |  Podcast, ±14 min episode every 2 weeks, 3 days
SAMA membership provides you with individual or collective representation aimed at influencing medical and health legislation, regulation and policies. Our activities, products and services will assist you, as a private or public sector practitioner, to practise more successfully.

Medical doctors and medical students registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA), qualify for SAMA membership. All members must abide by the Memorandum of Incorporation, Company rules and Trade Union Constitution of the Association. With the exception of honorary and international members, SAMA members enjoy full voting rights at National Council and local Branch levels.

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