News Commentary

#GROOTtrauma & Reg of Verkeerd met Pieter Cloete

190 EPISODES | GROOTFM 90.5 |  Podcast, ±32 min episode every 5 days
Pieter se radioloopbaan het in 2010 by ’n klein gemeenskapsradiostasie begin. Hy het sy vlerke gesprei en in April 2016 die Knysnabos verruil vir Pretoria se stadsliggies, waar hy weeksaande jou uitgenooi het om saam met hom te kuier op GROOTfm 90.5 vanaf 18:00 elke aand. Met sy professionele, tog gemaklike stemtoon en persoonlikheid, help hy jou vanaf Maandag, 30 Maart 2020 tussen 05:00 – 06:00 weeksoggende, om wakker te word en gereed te maak vir die dag wat voorlê.

Pieter hou jou op hoogte van wat op die paaie gebeur en deel ook relevante nuusgebeure wat deur die loop van die nag/vroegoggend plaasgevind het.

Om 05:35, deel hy daagliks inspirasie-insette deur verskeie persone soos Lindie Strydom, Elizabeth Theunissen, Jaco Strydom en Deon van der Berg.

In 2017 was Pieter ‘n finalis in die gemeenskapsradiokategorie ‘Best night time show’ by die Liberty Radio Awards en in 2018 ‘n finalis in die ATKV-mediaveertjie kategorie ‘Beste aanbieder by ‘n gemeenskapsradiostasie’. In 2019 Wen Pieter die RDMA-toekenning (Responsible Drinking Media Awards) vir die ‘verantwoordelike gebruik van alkohol’-inset, op die program GROOTtrauma (hy was ook ‘n finalis in die kategorie in 2018). Sy program, Reg of Verkeerd (Dinsdae-aande om 20:00) is ook in 2020 genomineer vir ‘n SA Radiotoekenning in die kategorie: News & Actuality program.

2 Crickets In A Thorn Tree

35 EPISODES | SA INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS |  Podcast, ±1 hr 04 min episode every 1 week, 3 days
Nicholas Lorimer and Gabriel Crouse provide their own unique take on everything and anything going on in South Africa and the world at large, with a focus on history, philosophy and current affairs.

Getting away with murder in South Africa, Russian oligarchs, American elections and geopolitical strategy all feature in this unconventional podcast.

Access

1 EPISODES | VOLUME |  Podcast
Access is a 4-part podcast series that looks at the impact of Intellectual Property (IP), specifically patents on accessing health care in the context of COVID-19. Each week, we will be joined by local and global experts to discuss and make sense of global developments that affect us locally in South Africa.

Presented by Fatima Hassan.

Produced by the Health Justice Initiative and Volume.

Boots on the ground: behind SA’s national lockdown

11 EPISODES | MULTIMEDIALIVE |  Podcast, ±25 min episode every 1 week, 1 day
Boots on the ground is a short podcast series documenting SA’s national lockdown, as a result of the outbreak of Covid-19.

In this short podcast series, we follow Sunday Times reporter Alex Patrick and senior reporter Graeme Hosken, as they track, record and reflect on the real events and people that make up SA’s biggest Covid-19 news stories.

Boots on the ground is a true piece of mobile journalism — all interviews, voices and sound effects have been gathered using nothing but smartphones.

Boots on the ground: behind SA’s national lockdown is a production of MultimediaLIVE, a division of Arena Holdings.

PLEASE NOTE: This podcast may contain explicit and sensitive content. Listener discretion is advised.

#COVID-19, #SALockdown, #Coronavirus, #Investigation, #Police

Don't Shoot The Messenger

10 EPISODES | DAILY MAVERICK |  Podcast, ±22 min episode every 6 days
Don’t Shoot the Messenger is a podcast brought to you by South Africa’s leading independent news and analysis website, the Daily Maverick. We take you into the stories behind the stories, to give you a fresh view and new insight on some of the most important topics of the moment.

Don’t Shoot the Messenger

10 EPISODES | FINE MUSIC RADIO |  Podcast, ±22 min episode every 6 days
Don’t Shoot the Messenger is a podcast brought to you by South Africa’s leading independent news and analysis website, the Daily Maverick. We take you into the stories behind the stories, to give you a fresh view and new insight on some of the most important topics of the moment.

Jerm Warfare: The Battle Of Ideas

153 EPISODES | JERM |  Podcast, ±51 min episode every 2 days
Conversations about ideas.

Society is becoming increasingly intolerant towards ideas that differ from the mainstream. I combat that by engaging in conversations.

Media Diaries: COVID-19 EDITION

8 EPISODES | VOLUME |  Podcast, ±21 min episode every 1 week
What happens when our journalists, the people we expect to be out in the world for us, are forced to stay at home? At a time when we vitally need reliable reporting, how are editors managing the COVID-19 crisis?

This podcast tracks our journalists and editors in their intimate moments - as they send us voice notes via WhatsApp - and we document how they are coping and innovating around COVID-19.

Brought to you by Volume and the South Africa Media Innovation Program.

News From The Frontline

2 EPISODES | ATLANTIC FELLOWS FOR HEALTH EQUITY IN SOUTH AFRICA |  Podcast, ±55 min episode every 1 week, 2 days
News From The Frontline is Tekano’s solidarity initiative, where we bring you news from the frontlines of local communities. We put health equity within Covid-19 on the agenda and amplify the work and voices of our Fellows and other organisations at a local community level. Not only will you learn about the resilience of South Africans, but also how their stories are shaping and reconstructing the persistent fault lines that feed poverty and inequality.

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