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The South African Medical Association

The South African Medical Association

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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 ...
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The Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime podcast explores real life crimes occurring within South Africa from a psychological viewpoint. Every week a new case is examined and we delve head-first into the motives that drive people to do what they do. Join me on a journey into the minds behind the macarbe.
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South African Prepper

South African Prepper

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We share information to help South Africans prepare themselves in the event of: extended utilities grid shutdown, natural disasters, social unrest, violations of civil liberties and censorship.
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Welcome to SAPeople Podcast where you can join us for your regular fix of SA culture, skinder, news and get the low-down on all the good stuff happening at home and abroad. SAPeople.com entertains, informs, inspires and connects South Africans globally. #ProudlySouthAfrican another Solid Gold podcast #BeHeard
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The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) is one of the leading accountancy institutes, representing and supporting its members to fulfill the increasing demands of businesses in South Africa’s growing economy by equipping the Professional Accountant (SA) with the latest knowledge, techniques, and accreditation required to render key services. Weekly podcasts by industry-experts bring you thought-provoking insights into issues facing the accounting sector. Support this ...
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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 ...
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South Africans Abroad

Warren Burley

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A show for expat South Africans and anyone interested in the experiences of those who have made the move overseas. Each episode, we'll hear from South Africans who have left the country to pursue new opportunities, be with loved ones, or simply follow their dreams. We'll explore the challenges and triumphs of life as an expat, and the unique perspective that comes with being a South African abroad. Whether you're an expat yourself or just curious about the expat experience, join us as we del ...
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South Africans with Diabetes

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Do you have questions about living with diabetes in South Africa? You're in very good company! Please join us on South Africans with Diabetes where your host, Bridget McNulty, will interview diabetes experts to answer all those questions.
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In this series students invite the public along with them on an inquiry to introduce and contest the frameworks of major themes in South Asian and African(a) philosophies which for all their depth and breadth and world-transforming thought have largely been excluded or undervalued in our philosophy curricula. Join us for insights into different conceptions of reality and ways of thinking about community - to map how theories of language and logic affect our daily experience and ethical choic ...
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This is the audio version of our third newsletter, and we're thrilled, excited and other over-the-top words to announce that entries are open for the South African Podcast Awards. Entry is free. Simply register your show on the SA Podlist (www.sapg.co.za/podlist) and you're in! The SA Podlist · South African Podcasters Guild Homepage…
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Send us a Text Message. Embark on a magical creative odyssey with Trevor Romain, the South African-born American mastermind whose pen breathes life into children's stories and animations. Grappling with his own early academic hurdles, Trevor's rise to international acclaim as an author and animator is a testament to the transformative power of an i…
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Welcome to the Episode 43 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: On the 12th of June 2023, a 57 year old woman disappeared without a trace in Bethelsdorp. She had last been seen around 10am when she left her home that morning. Little did anyone know that the reason for her disappearance was due to a danger that lurked with…
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Send us a Text Message. Moving to a new country is an epic saga of its own, and for Sam, our vibrant guest from South Africa now thriving in California, it was a tale filled with love, and the unexpected call to serve. As she unfolds her story, you'll be transported from the excitement of meeting her US Marine husband in Pretoria to the sobering co…
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Send us a Text Message. Embarking on a journey that would transform their lives, Tania Plakonouris and her family waved goodbye to the familiar landscapes of South Africa for the quaint, uncharted territories of central Portugal. As Tania shares her family's extraordinary adventure, we're reminded of the incredible courage it takes to uproot one's …
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Send us a Text Message. Embarking on a new chapter across the ocean, Nicole Woodstock shares her colorful journey from the bustling world of South African advertising to the sunny shores of Florida, where motherhood and entrepreneurship await. With wit and wisdom, she peels back the layers of the American dream, revealing the complexities of immigr…
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Welcome to the Episode 42 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: In a home in Pelikan Park, a young girl has dinner with her family- laughing and happily existing in the humble, warm space they all called home. Unbeknownst to her, just a few doors away a man was watching her…observing her every movement- a dark plan brewin…
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Thanks for listening to the audio version of our first newsletter. In this episode: 1. We attracted 100 members in 100 days! 2. Join our webinar on using AI to 10x your content. 8am, Thursday. Click the link to sign up. 3. Listen to our latest episode of "How to make a podcast in South Africa" - Part 2 of our conversation with Gavin Kennedy. 4. Mem…
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Welcome to the Episode 41 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: “I am a charming psychopath and grateful to be a clever serial killer”. These are the shocking words of not only an aspiring crime writer but a cold blooded murderer. The crime he committed sent shockwaves through the nation for its brutal nature. An innocent…
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Welcome to the Episode 40 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: A picturesque town concealing a seedy underbelly. A seemingly perfect husband hiding dark secrets and desires. Innocent women with their lives stolen from them by a cruel and callous perpetrator. And an investigation and case that garners an outcry from both …
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Send us a Text Message. Imagine starting a South African business in a place where South Africans are a rarity, In today's episode, we sit down with Sacha who's venture is dedicated to the art of crafting Biltong. It's a tale of bravery, resilience, and the irresistible power of sharing a piece of one's culinary heritage in the most unexpected corn…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, we sit down with Edu Lourens from Australia to explore his globetrotting adventures across different continents. Join us as we uncover his top travel destination and discover the catalyst that ignited his passion for exploration. join our Facebook page South Africans Abroad the podcast https://www.facebook.c…
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Welcome to the Episode 39 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: A tale that although shocking has been all too often heard before. Caregivers who not only abuse their roles but fail to live up to them too. A little girl left to fend for herself. A system and society that failed her. 2 years old with an entire future ahead…
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Here's a quick update and some info about our focus for the next few months - building the Guild's membership. Also, a HUGE thank you to Ultimate Media for their huge contribution to our bank account. It takes a huge load off our shoulders while we get up to speed. Editing and engineering by the brilliant Spike Ballantine of DBO Media Ultimate Medi…
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In this interview episode, I chat to Greg Wasserman, head of growth, partnerships, and opportunity at Castmagic AI, a Saas tool that helps you turn your recordings into transcripts, summaries, show notes and social content. Do you simply not have the time or energy to make all this collateral media to promote your show, but feel like you HAVE to? C…
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Welcome the SAPG Guild News show. I'm your host, Jon Warncke, MD of the SAPG. This is the first kind-of-shaky episode of a (maybe) weekly update for the Guild, designed to keep members in touch with what we're doing. We've got a lot of big plans and we want to keep everyone on-board and engaged. This week's awesome podcasting tip comes from Darren …
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Welcome to the Episode 38 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: About the episode: It is said that no one can love you, like a mother can. That blood is thicker than water and that family is more important than anything else. What happens though when a mother is pushed to breaking point? What could drive her to do the unt…
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Send us a Text Message. On this weeks episode we chat to Dr Kayleigh Aymon about life as a chiropractor in Switzerland, we find out if it's all it's cracked up to be. join our Facebook page South Africans Abroad the podcast https://www.facebook.com/groups/5237575539627532/Warren Burley
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Welcome to the Episode 37 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: From the outside, they seemed to be the perfect family- a doting father and a seemingly caring mother with three happy little girls all living in suburban bliss. But the disturbing truth lay just beyond the surface. Behind the smiling framed photographs on th…
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Welcome to the Episode 36 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: A happy, smiling little girl runs up to her grandfather as he returns from work. Her eyes are just as bright and beautiful as those of the woman who brought her into this world. But every day, the faces of both mother and daughter are slowly fading from the m…
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Send us a Text Message. Join us in this episode as we explore the captivating journey of Adrian Bresler, a compassionate missionary hailing from the vibrant landscapes of South Africa. we explore Adrian's path as he spreads his South African roots but also discover the love of his newfound home. Tune in as we uncover the unique challenges and trium…
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Send us a Text Message. Join us on this captivating episode as we delve into the remarkable journey of Kim Kruger, a Texan native from South Africa who embarked on a whirlwind romance spanning continents. Kim's story unveils the incredible adventures and challenges she faced while navigating the uncharted waters of a 90-day fiancé visa. join our Fa…
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This is episode 113, we’re wrapping up the series with the final days of South West Africa as the country became Namibia. I’ll talk about the SADF’s departure later in this episode. First we need to go over the events in early April 1989 that almost put paid to the peace agreement. As you heard last week, SWAPO leader Sam Nujoma had ordered his mil…
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Send us a Text Message. In this captivating episode, we explore James's path from humble beginnings to becoming a prominent figure in the safari industry. With his passion for wildlife and a determination to share the wonders of the South African nature, James built a safari company called "Find your Africa" that offers unforgettable adventures to …
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Is Jy Gereed vir die RWC? The Bokke are getting ready - and so are the bokkies, Jenni Baxter and Melanie Walker. The new Springbok jersey has been unleashed, Veldskoen are on board with bringing goodness to the world, and the CEO Nick Dreyer is giving us a rundown of all the exciting happenings that SA's iconic shoe brand is giving a Lift to, and S…
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So here we are, the sound of peace settled over Ovamboland, it was the end of 1988. The South Africans were actually in a much better position than it appeared. Yes, they were losing Namibia, and were going to also lose their vital strategic port of Walvis Bay. Still, UNITA was left out of the discussion, they would continue to fight against the An…
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No problem if you Don't - We're Multilingual! With learners of isiZulu reaching 502k on Duolingo, Jenni Baxter and Melanie Walker are upping their skills! (However, whether Jen would make the sheep-shearing team is another story - although she also lived in Australia!) Join them as they discuss the latest news and views of Seffricans at home and ab…
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This is episode 111, in cricket the number is known as Nelson, it’s unlucky for the batting side, and players are expected to stand on one leg as the bowler launches his ball. It’s perhaps symbolic that we get to episode 111 at precisely the moment that the South Africans agree to peace after 23 years of fighting over South West Africa. Within a fe…
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Stories of Saffer communities getting it all together Either too much or too little, water has it's own way. Floods in the Western Cape in recent weeks have left some towns and farmers completely adrift and cut off from civilisation. The upside is that we have seen smaller communities really pulling together (with the help of the incomparable Gift …
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When we left off last episode, the Cubans and Angolans were gearing up to face another invasion by 61 Mech and 4SAI, Operation Excite as it was to become known. But for once, the Cubans had decided that they’d seize the initiative and were about to launch a two pronged assault towards the South Africans from Xangongo. Just a quick recap, 61 Mech ha…
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Welcome to the Episode 35 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: Imagine being killed for simply living your truth? A talented footballer and a successful woman who captured the hearts of everyone who knew her and paved the way for many others in her community. More than just an athlete or activist though, she was a beacon…
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So many Saffers celebrating around the world at the moment at being given back their SouthAfricanNess! Jenni Baxter sheds a tear of Joy that the courts saw sense, Melanie's happy about a re-beaked vulture and Faf's Speedo, and (almost) all is right in the SAPeople.com world. Get Happy, Be Proud. Join the fastest growing Ex-pat movement.. SAPeople.c…
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Welcome to the Episode 34 of Murder & Mayhem: South African True Crime. About the episode: Described as the worst massacre Cape Town and the country had ever experienced, in 2003, 9 innocent men lost their lives in a brutal and heart wrenching manner. The police would arrive at the unsuspecting Seapoint property to find not only the radio blasting …
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We left off last week hearing that the Cuban 50th Division had been moved towards the SWA Border, a clear message to Pretoria that Fidel Castro was no longer going to tolerate the losses that he and FAPLA had endured in southern Angola. All this as the South Africans, Cubans, Angolans, Americans and Russians were negotiating the future of Namibia. …
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