New Blue Review

NEW BLUE REVIEW  |  Podcast , ±34 min episodes every 4 weeks, 3 days  | 
Benji Shulman is from Johannesburg, South Africa, he has a masters degree in Geography and has worked in a range of fields in the Jewish community including education, advocacy, environment and outreach. He loves radio and has a hosted numerous shows on 101.9 ChaiFm in the last decade.

The New Blue Review is a Jewish current affairs and culture magazine program.

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Nicole Mirkin Fight Back SA

Nicole Mirkin from Fight Back SA talks about the changes that are needed at the educational and institutional level to start fighting back against Gender Based Violence.

Interview with Martin Plaut - The history of voting rights for black South Africans

This is an interview with Martin Plaut. He has written numerous books on African politics, culture and history. In this interview he talks about the century long history of voting rights for black South Africans, the contributions of Africans to both world wars, the current relationship between the ANC and the world wide anti-apartheid campagain and the effect of Jeremy Corbyn on the Labour Party in the UK.

Martin was born in South Africa in May 1950, he studied at UCT and Wits, before going on to do an MA at the University of Warwick. In 1984 he joined the BBC, working primarily on Africa. For two years he was an Associate Fellow of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

South African Jews in Politics

Harry Schwartz is a famous member of the Jewish community who was involved in opposition politics in South Africa and contributed enormously to Jewish community and to the trajectory of the country.

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