25 Burst results for "Deputy President"

Is South Africa's 'Black First Land First' Movement a Roadmap for Democrats?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Is South Africa's 'Black First Land First' Movement a Roadmap for Democrats?

"South africa's radical political party black. I land i. This is what sounds exactly and identical to the very ideas that are being proposed by the democrat party. And i think this is important. I want to complete this point because we you're going to hear from people that this has never been tried that this is just theory. It's show important to use reference points to show that these ideas will destroy civil society cut fourteen in order to learn more about why anti white racism is thriving in the country. I spoke to the deputy president of black verse. land. I one of south africa's more radical political parties last year undea lampley. Tama founded the leg. I land i which he says. The aims to put lend konami back in the hands of black south africans. Aleph is taken. Their entire political party is founded on redistribution. Their entire political party is founded on equity. That's where we're going. There will soon be a major tenant in the democrat party. The just say we need black. I land i south. Africa should be a warning sped. It's a playbook instead it's a roadmap

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South Africa's Ex-President Zuma Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:48 min | 4 months ago

South Africa's Ex-President Zuma Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges

"It took more than two decades to begin an after just one day. It was adjourned until july. Jacob zuma a former south african president was in court last week for the first major hearing of his corruption. Trial involving an arms deal from the nineteen ninety s. Mr zuma's was president from two thousand nine until two thousand eighteen until he was forced to resign after a vote of no confidence. He led the african national congress or an party which was itself involved in multiple corruption scandals. You followed the charges that have been put you now. From the indictment democratic mr zuma faces eighteen counts of racketeering corruption fraud tax evasion and money laundering. Prosecutors leveled the accusation that he had taken some seven hundred bribes feed them plead not guilty. The corruption in south africa goes far beyond one man and one administration. The case against jacob zuma is nearly as old as post-apartheid south africa john. Mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in south africa. The challenges relate to a two point. Five billion dollar deal to buy european the tree kit. To upgrade south africa's armed forces way back in one thousand nine hundred nine when zuma was deputy president. He's accused of accepting an annual bribe from the french arms company. Tyler's in exchange for protecting the firm from an investigation into that deal. Both zuma tallest deny any wrongdoing. So then how does mr zuma's respond to these charges then besides simply denying them. Mr zuma has spent more than two decades saying that the charges are false and all parts of a conspiracy.

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Small Business Saturday: How to Survive and Thrive in COVID Times

The Small Business Radio Show

03:24 min | 11 months ago

Small Business Saturday: How to Survive and Thrive in COVID Times

"Small business. Saturday is quickly approaching. He'll probably look a little bit different than last year. Here with the vice and i take advantage of holiday. Season is chip haman. Who's the deputy president small commercial of the hanover. Insurance group chip. Welcome back to the show. Thank you. It's good to be here so everyone's excited about the holiday season but it's gonna be a little different than last year. I completely agree. Coach changes everything. So what should small businesses do to take advantage of this time of year. Which is really important. Their overall sales. I think you hit the right point there as much as covid. We'll bring some challenges. This is always an important time of year for for small businesses Some small businesses may see after their sales come from right last know forty five days of the year so the the things that i think about. Our inventories tend to be maxed out at this time of year roles and staffing can be stretched. And and you know whether it's seasonal workers or have you people work overtime certainly here. In the northern part of the country winter weather arrives and that can Throw challenges in as well now. I know i agree. It definitely will be It will definitely be a transition so with all of these types of things. How can small business owners prepare. Well as always we recommend that Small businesses work with an independent agent to to help them because in every small business is unique even when they stay within the same industry. So things that you know. We like to have businesses think about our our their basic insurance coverage so that when something does if something does go wrong that they're they're protected So an inventory bursting at the teams Making sure limits or adequate their coverage With these being some of the most important sales days the year share their business income coverage that protects them throw unable to conduct their business. mixture their limits are adequate There can be challenges From hiring seasonal workers so whether it's training these employees for workers compensation or Making sure that you you hire the right people not forgetting to do background checks and and the like and then sort of just thinking about all of the you know the christmas traffic that comes in and all of that. You know before you add kobe done. So let's talk about a few of those because you talk about business income coverage but my understanding is is that this is something would happen besides cove it like if there was a fire or another natural disaster. Spit fire seems to be. The you know the most dramatic but you know water damage can be you know. Got a very common one. Whether it's a a pipe break on the street out in front of you. A neighbouring tenant as high frac- or an apartment above you has frac- there's all sorts of different things that can happen. And when when any of those things happen and they cause you to have to close your doors Hopefully not for long period but even just a few days at this critical time of the year Not only are you losing sales. You're losing your profits.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"Then make chart. So it's sorta like an oral re-chart. This bit of good news could equally be bad news house that and then you compare that chart to your own chart. Yes so where you could do us. Industry job for instance. Now i have obviously already looked at. And i do apologize. If you're not interested in american politics at a podcast views liano that people that listen from other countries actually not gonna apologize at. The whole thing was very exciting if only because one one disappear voting four biden or voting against trump. because as much as someone might be trump supporter for his Could he could complement trump on his strength of character possibly are And his not wanting to be told what to do. And wherever I'm just trying to think. I think i've heard people say that the a post. Oh yes he when. He was empowered dingo to watch too and avenue that that the the country apparently gp board of is but we have to remember the annoy flow. People have died of covid. So i'm not going to be making judgments here however I must admit that from my first episode. Because i was told of on a somebody put review on iteens about i was doing trump's charged at the beginning because we've got the data for him and i made some comments rather which i actually think was too negative. I think of being flippant yes and anyway so i've also done the charts but which aren't discussed today because you hope to be about people's Political charts you yawn xs master logical. Cosmo political one. I have already and you can find those astro databank. Joe biden on that. Now i have been looking for kamala harris and Her data wasn't on. That bit is on there today. A raw and she also has a gemini cendant. Psalmist thing and i think for me The fact that a woman and a black woman and a woman of asian and dissent is now. The deputy president will be not yet. 'cause nobody's being sworn in. I think that's pretty exciting. And i've already checked her chart out. And i've put onto my facebook page and made a few comments but she has she sunan. Libra which is very important because sign the scales and governs law and fenice piece of beauty. That's nibras the sign off and this announcement chart a lot of their planet's because we know that biden is unsigned skopia k. So in this announcement chart we've got. The sun is in the sick so for me. it's like a health. I'm having to cap you making a coastal lincoln because that's going to have indians And in commerce chart she has gymnast cendant rooting planet. The ascendant she has her mercury in scorpio also in the fifth and has son in the fifth in the sign of libra. So i actually thought today before i started. Plus i'm how the announcement chop was very reflective of a communist chart itself She has them now. She's got moon in going after pause communist. She's yet she. Some sign libra in the fifth house. And she's moon sign. must be areas. 'cause she's got her moonen harrison. The eleventh is that right. Oh maybe we'll catch into this podcast. hold on. Just push for second. Because i think hr is more interesting than biden's case. A woman are going to get you out right. So here we go. We've got the Kamla and.

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Rising to the Challenge of Working From Home without Childcare with Susannah Quinsee

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Rising to the Challenge of Working From Home without Childcare with Susannah Quinsee

"Around mid-march, as all, the the pandemic is, is taking over in the UK was probably about a week behind the US where they the panic points. Ten so. Describe how you learned that everything was going to go online and sort of what that realization was like, both in terms of your work than massively scaling up at the same time that your child care was hearing. Yeah, so I tended to not work weekends where I could avoid it in before as I cooled it before life. I remember I think it was on the Saturday morning for some reason I picked up my fire, and it was just like. My email was just rammed with messages, saying that we were gonNA move everything online. By the twenty thousand mark will preferably Leah and that's what my team does like we support. The staff in the university to use online missiles says to defend that teaching, and so it was a moment of kind of okay, so we're doing this in how? So, yeah, that will weekend. Who tried to work? Our approach was really meant because it's one thing to say, we're moving online. But what does that really being? Then? Students had been told that we were. We were trying to work through. There was just no and I just remember that whole weekend was spent just trying to ride emails in between Juggling Children and family life, and my partner works at the same university and he's an it, so he was. Getting slammed at the same time and. We finally just went out for Wolf on the Sunday afternoon, and it felt so good to just kind of get what hadn't realized how stressed I was until we actually left the house, so yeah, that's how I found out about to Winton. older next week was just rammed at that stage. We still had childcare. But then we weren't sure when knockdowns that she going to start, there was quite a lot of uncertainty. He would be allowed to work and who wouldn't say, that was so of just evolving what was happening with schools, either at that point site that was that was kind of very up in the that happened very quickly as well, not my oldest daughter school. Just she went in in the morning, came home off new. We shot. Just kind of a lot of places places happened. Well, hopefully you are able to help your professors and students transition with a bit more A. Yes. How did you do that? Like what? What sort of support did you provide for for teachers like wait? I've never taught online before. Yes, it might seem Woah, absolutely amazing, just stepping up, and so I can head of educational technology instantly over that weekend produced a kind of Wiki page then we just all the material content on, and we start to die. That's quickly as possible and get that message out that. So as soon as we had that link, we will send around Dolphin University say okay. This is the information you need is is here. And funny enough like that morning. I'd just been kind of before. This will happen in thinking are really think we need to. Plan of things, how are we going to manage? This is a director until I see my team, saying these are the five areas that we need to focus on like that morning, and then by the often. Okay those changed little bit. Differently so yeah, that's what we did we. We went into so I. The deputy president at the Investi that we had various structures to like manage how you change policy because its policies and kind of contractual things you have to do with students that we kind of feed into committees around that what can with colleagues across invest t to support staff in particular Cessna? That was the big thing. We about to move into the exam period. That's why the investors had exams from Sawing April may so that was a big transition point to move Every of invested in kind of weld was doing it at the same time between different institutions. And so, what did you come up with I'm very curious what what is best practice for online assessment then? Yeah, sure so in the initial period. It was kind of what we call it. The emergency response so we had four five principles see if I can remember the words said one one was was around. Try and do as much as you can a think critically. Too, seriously, so in real time basically because I had no idea where our students were. Could be anywhere in the world. We have lot of international students, so said as much as you can to up, they can. Adapt flexibly. That was that was one thing. The other one was around. This is not perfect online learning. This is about best efforts to try and get as much as you out there and really communicate with your students. Should be very basic, so you shouldn't assume that anyone has anything moved a mobile phone and. Data collect point on a mobile because again all of us giants had carrying respond species living with parents who suddenly have other siblings at home so. That was one of them was. Keep it simple as well so you just be communicating with your students in university system, so they want rocket science united was it was a big

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"deputy president" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on PRI's The World

"He was forced to join the military refused to carry a gun. So he was really invested in the New South Africa when it finally came. So initially, he was delighted. He was so excited. Nelson Mandela was president, but Sapir wouldn't hesitate to criticize him if he felt like he had to and Mandela. Very respectful of him when Todd bow and Becky followed Mandela Sapiro had a tougher time with that particularly his stand on aids. But when came he was just devastated, and he had been critical Zuma way before Zuma became president, but he was just not going to hold back. So there was a lot of personal sense of is this, what I fought for this would everyone fought for. So I talked to appear this morning, you know, the day that Zuma returned to court and I asked him if he ever felt nervous when he would Khartoum's Zuma who eventually was the president of South Africa cartoon him in really tough graphic ways. Whether you have felt concern about it on, never felt sort of intimidated, skid or anything like that. I mean, the office cartoon kind of nailing him, full corruption who's in two thousand two I was so angry at the ANC this open is Asian that I believed was a powerful good principal, revolutionary organization in which turned out to be. I mean at the moments shell of its fullness, self, it's correct. And there are few good people there. When struggles to support. But I was so angry within that didn't feel intimidated. Or what have I just felt like I want to nail this guy and other people should also be ninety point. You famously installed a shower head over Zuma and your cartoons of him. Why do charges? The people would trying to land on him in two thousand three Zuno is not judged the corruption charges swigging around his head. But in the middle of that is this extraneous thing that suddenly lands, a rape trial in two thousand six now zoom as a notorious womanizer he's charged with raping somebody who he knows is HIV positive and happens to be list than half of his age and the daughter of a close friend. But he was in fact, quitted. But during the trot, he's ost you've admitted you knew she was HIV positive now Zuma head dean, the head of the national aids program when he was deputy president before this says it wouldn't you bite about being fitted you use protection. No, you didn't. What will you not worried about being infected that I have this is? At the height of HIV the pen, democ in South Africa, the biggest in the world at the time, and he said, no, he wasn't particularly worried. I said, what did you do off to the supposed consensual sakes? I to shout. Why to listen much on saving action kinda lot bulb goes off everybody picked up on shower, but I did a tune, then we tried to touch the many things that he said, trial, and during his cross examination that she was wearing shorts. Good foot. She was kind of Oscar for Demi. He's many things like that, and attachable these things to his buddy and the showers, the funniest one, and it said on that first one for HIV prevention, the next time it did a cartoon I didn't think show fitted, and I did a strong cartoon about him without the shot, people say, whereas the Charlotte our heads still over Zuma's head in your contemporary cartoons. Oh, absolutely. It's very much their people off me. Don't you miss, which dump daddy's finally gone? But he isn't going because the shy has become part of. This of national lexicon. It's the wind with protests against Zuma people came to the Union Buildings the seat of government with mining helmets with showers attached to than the Shah became a pot of the protests..

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4 Americans killed in Kenya helicopter crash

Memphis Morning News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

4 Americans killed in Kenya helicopter crash

"News for American tourists are dead in Kenya. After their helicopter crashed reportedly while trying to fly out from an island located. On the world's largest desert lake. The US embassy in Nairobi identifying three of the Americans, Anders Burke, Brandon staffer and Kyle forty local media saying the pilot was very experienced and once worked for the country's deputy president last month. Three Americans were among the five killed in a plane crash in Kenya's great

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Business leaders drop out of Saudi conference

This Week

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Business leaders drop out of Saudi conference

"Adabayo in the desert joining that growing list of withdrawals following the killing of Jamal kashogi. A critic of the kingdom at the consulate in Turkey M U, F G Bank. Limited CEO kindness. Suge Mike won't attend the future investment initiative conference that begins on Tuesday. The deputy president of the unit of Mitsubishi UFJ financial group will go. Instead Mexico's next government wants its national oil company to prioritize making gasoline for Mexicans and stop sending barrels of crude abroad that as we hear from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Fitch Ratings isn't sold on the idea. Fitch downgraded Petroleos Mexicanos outlook from stable to negative becoming the first credit rating company to change its outlook on the state oil producer since Mexico elected leftist

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Zimbabwe to hold 1st election since nearly 4 decades of rule by Robert Mugabe

The Brian Lehrer Show

03:58 min | 3 years ago

Zimbabwe to hold 1st election since nearly 4 decades of rule by Robert Mugabe

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"deputy president" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on 1A

"See that congress is awfully supine and not calling him to account in south africa number of tributes to winnie mandela continued to pour in this week there was a large memorial service for the activist and politician in south africa on monday the attendees included the country's deputy president david mabuza mamo we knew monty is dead is that and the whole of this do on the net ocean connecting us to have a nice things then the africans was south africa's deputy president david mabuza karen i wonder what you made of the memorial services including how they dealt with winnie mandela's legacy well i mean i think it's really nice to see her honored in a way that is maybe not matching what nelson mandela's how he's been honored but that she carried this going for decades you know and the fact that she's recognized for that and israel important thing the royal wedding is set prince harry and meghan markle sent out their invitations among the twenty five hundred plus attendees no political leaders received an invite this includes british prime minister theresa may as well as barack and michelle obama despite the fact that they have the friendship with the bride and groom that wedding is on may nineteenth ally lake what are your thoughts on the royal wedding my thoughts on the royal wedding our great republic fought a vicious war two hundred and forty some years ago so that we proud americans free merican do not have to care about things like world weddings.

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South Africa bids farewell to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

1A

01:35 min | 3 years ago

South Africa bids farewell to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

"See that congress is awfully supine and not calling him to account in south africa number of tributes to winnie mandela continued to pour in this week there was a large memorial service for the activist and politician in south africa on monday the attendees included the country's deputy president david mabuza mamo we knew monty is dead is that and the whole of this do on the net ocean connecting us to have a nice things then the africans was south africa's deputy president david mabuza karen i wonder what you made of the memorial services including how they dealt with winnie mandela's legacy well i mean i think it's really nice to see her honored in a way that is maybe not matching what nelson mandela's how he's been honored but that she carried this going for decades you know and the fact that she's recognized for that and israel important thing the royal wedding is set prince harry and meghan markle sent out their invitations among the twenty five hundred plus attendees no political leaders received an invite this includes british prime minister theresa may as well as barack and michelle obama despite the fact that they have the friendship with the bride and groom that wedding is on may nineteenth ally lake what are your thoughts on the royal wedding my thoughts on the royal wedding our great republic fought a vicious war two hundred and forty some years ago so that we proud americans free merican do not have to care about things like world weddings.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Issues that highlighted state capture and the downfall of zuma yes on in fact we've actually hyungkoo former finance ministers return for propping gordon has also come back in uh as minister of public enterprises but this has been a big issue in december 2015 when the finance minister was fired by zuma against the wishes at the and see it caused a sharp drop off and the the value of the rand m in march of last year when prepping gordon was dismissed we had a similar situation but also series of rating agency downgrades and effectively suma has been trying to put client p zip former president jacob zuma tried to pull plying people in there including a milu's he could kappel who was dismissed in this reshuffle but thankfully you roma opposes trying to bring back cast from bonn some stability to the national treasury not to get what he wanted i said seen that's go round the had to rely on some in this former allies and it does seem that no it might be paid back time as say david mabuza is deputy president that's a highly contentious appointment to a very powerful position yeah it's probably the most problematic in the long term in the short term perhaps mabuza as he'll be leader of covering business nab deputy present but in in in many respects he he won't be as prominent as you might expect but he he come very dodgy past he comes with accusations of involvement in political assassinations and corruption improve malunga in an improvement in a province where he was the premier that's not someone he wants us to be his deputy before the uh party conference in december he had has had a few candidates that were his preferred choice but that's not what the membership went for an improvement lying essentially with the king maker and this is how mabuza was able to emerge as the deputy president this is not too dissimilar from a situation we had years back where tub mbeki had a tainted deputy president in the form of jacob zuma we know how that turned out well many seal it disciplining says that round the it isn't serious about reaching out corruption.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Hey and is currently seeing some hard i was about to punch david in the face i finished ganglia van and go look we lied about the day lease the all the beans indivenous like cheese this is bad his wife come sounds like what's there and he's like when i was a phone call getting me at about waking up to generals far have you ever seen as whole verhoeven movie it feels are something right out of that i'll tell you more later honey mateya israel watching all conversation these fucking turncoats he's a theory never know when invisible man's around and now nazi have unless you have coolray gossip said is a big question this movie asks is he around yet the uttar alone yeah yup not thinking not soho rounds them in the pool riches really i i love gang at such a good yet nightmarish and cool cj indonesia then he goes back to lab first does he first go grunberg urgency nancy kills janice first events of bab look for this movie yup i was a different time third that allows the studio note to they were like i know who should deputy president now it's like this where they would actively enforce it movie as like 40 minutes left aunt's like okay they're all locked in this metal doughnut underground he added changed code so no one can leave he wants to kill us your he as the codes right he'll be able to get away with it there's no evidence the fact that he ever existed the desire reverend done so he's going to try to kill soft one by one she's like running behind the group she's like the slow poke and yeah and they don't realize that he not drags her away as she gets her age bathroom a couple of times in this movie really see her hand where shouting on wondering if he's there are now it's like it's like a m a massive room with a toilet in the middle of it no door yet it's it's the room the size of like my apart she's not a stall it's like a a a toilet that's like edges in the middle of it it's like they took the set for the hallway after they were done shooting the hallway stuff and just put a toilet and which i bathroom so then he's sort of like he does like a.

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"deputy president" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The top leadership of the african national congress out recalled jacob zuma from his office basically forced him to lead the stage up for the election of the deputy president today which just happened in parliament cyril remote posts and big for our listeners who may not be as familiar with south africa and it's politics can we tell us a little bit about who jacob zuma wise in what his relationship was with the anc sure he was a long time member born and raised in very poor circumstances those shoeless go kurdis courtesy likes to say with no formal education uh and he represented the wing of the party which was the armed wing umkhonto way sees way organized to try to topple though white minority regime by force so if you think of the first president nelson mandela as somebody who came out of prison after twenty seven years and his successor trouble in bay he is the part of the leadership that lift abroad all during those late stages of hard tide zuma represented the people who went to the bush and work tori to overthrow the government by force so he represented a considerable constituency and he became the president of the african national congress in two thousand and nine how would you describe his tenure it's been a rocky to say the least up he was expected to be a one term president of party beginning in two thousand seven and to kind of stabilized things after a serious revolt within the party against his predecessor but he was already enmeshed in corruption allegations and those allegations have dogged him throughout his tenure let's talk a little bit about the corruption there are different types of corruption that i think he's been accused of correct yes some of it is.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Opposition politicians calling on mr zuma to be removed with a vote of no confidence in the south african parliament tim francs pegged to the bbc's nelson and cozy in pretoria and as we were called this podcast he asked him for the latest news i have just seen together with all the media contingent outside the venue here at the same judges hotel conference center presidential convoy believed to be carrying the deputy president of south africa cyril ramaphosa who is now the anc president driving out at high speed and we believe that he is gone to president jacob zuma's home to deliver the decision of the n e c we don't know yet what they have decided we know that they want to recall him and the rest of the commitee members are still behind the wall i'm looking at right now as we speak in other words serum up a must come back because he left over eighty people here and he's been beating them all day and aegis left on his own so you think it is a dumb deal the a nc's ruling national executive committee won't mr zuma to be recalled in the jug and in other words to to move toward stepping down but it is the question on water wbz yes and no given that they have been made an official announcement and nowadays we know that you have to be careful about the flow of information this lot of stuff online and we don't want to be miss informing anyone but it is quite clear that the decision that they had come to make two day here in pretoria was to tell president zuma that eight is over he must come back and cannot be head of state anymore and given just the choreography of what we have just seen we've been waiting here all day.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Opposition politicians calling on mr zuma to be removed with a vote of no confidence in the south african parliament tim francs pegged to the bbc's nelson and cozy in pretoria and as we were called this podcast he asked him for the latest news i have just seen together with all the media contingent outside the venue here at the same judges hotel conference center presidential convoy believed to be carrying the deputy president of south africa cyril ramaphosa who is now the anc president driving out at high speed and we believe that he is gone to president jacob zuma's home to deliver the decision of the n e c we don't know yet what they have decided we know that they want to recall him and the rest of the commitee members are still behind the wall i'm looking at right now as we speak in other words serum up a must come back because he left over eighty people here and he's been beating them all day and aegis left on his own so you think it is a dumb deal the a nc's ruling national executive committee won't mr zuma to be recalled in the jug and in other words to to move toward stepping down but it is the question on water wbz yes and no given that they have been made an official announcement and nowadays we know that you have to be careful about the flow of information this lot of stuff online and we don't want to be miss informing anyone but it is quite clear that the decision that they had come to make two day here in pretoria was to tell president zuma that eight is over he must come back and cannot be head of state anymore and given just the choreography of what we have just seen we've been waiting here all day.

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"deputy president" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on 1A

"It wasn't expected to be it's not really anything that had anyone's hair on fire one thing that you know this this this in the past week or so since we've heard that his sister was going and we've we've seen that there's going to be these meetings and what not i i think it is really emphasized how different the south korean and the us position has become on north korea and that is come largely under president moon you know he he campaigned and he has shown he wants more of ed more outreach to north korea he wants to to deescalate the tensions there and that comes at the same time that we had president pence arrive in the region and say he was that threatened to levy these new and very aggressive sanctions against north korea it comes at the same time where he's you know he skipped this dinner where he was supposed to be sitting with the north korean so it's really heart highlighting the differences between dc and soul the hardline trump administration about north korea and what seems to be more of a progressive government in south korea who's trying to deescalate tension let's shift gears now to south africa it's looking increasingly likely that its president jacob zuma is in his final days in office and south africans are feeling the political tension the african national congress the anc is political party has been pressuring zuma to step down after years of corruption allegations now the anc is working on a negotiated exit the party's leader and deputy president cyril ramaphosa has been meeting with mr zuma in the past few days about a transfer of power ron nixon let step back and just clarify what's going on with jacob zuma first of all we said corruption allegations whereas he ever been convicted of any.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Download from all website go to www taught bbc thought co dot u k forward slash programs now to south africa where the deputy president's cyril ramaphosa says he is in direct talks with president jacob zuma and that a decision about his future will be reached in the coming days mr seamer is facing allegations of corruption and refuses to stand down even though key figures in his party want him to andrew hotting reports president zuma has spent the morning in meetings here in capetown it's believed he still discussing the terms of his much anticipated resignation resume is facing multiple corruption charges but an amnesty is not on the table south africans awaiting waiting for a breakthrough with some anxiety after days of confusion and the unprecedented postponement of this week's state of the nation address the anc is now bitterly divided after two decades in power the party's new leader cyril ramaphosa needs to handle mr zuma's exit quickly but delicately if he is to emerge from this oakwood standoff in a position of strength andrew hunting the british multinational tesco is facing a possible bill of five and a half billion dollars as a result of the uk's biggest ever equal pay claim lewis 1000's thousands of hourly paid women working in tesco supermarket stores are running less than male employees even though the value of the work is comparable tesco which has stores across europe and asia is britain's biggest retailer his are economics editor come alarm it tesco's joined a long list of organisations facing controversies over equal pay among retailers as touring sainsbury's are facing similar legal battles birmingham city council has already agreed to more than one billion pounds of payments for women cleaners and carers and the bbc's been accused of not paying men and women equally tesco was one of the country's largest employers is now facing a series of tests cases which could lead to the largest equal pay claiming employment history lorries act.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Download from all website go to www taught bbc thought co dot u k forward slash programs now to south africa where the deputy president's cyril ramaphosa says he is in direct talks with president jacob zuma and that a decision about his future will be reached in the coming days mr seamer is facing allegations of corruption and refuses to stand down even though key figures in his party want him to andrew hotting reports president zuma has spent the morning in meetings here in capetown it's believed he still discussing the terms of his much anticipated resignation resume is facing multiple corruption charges but an amnesty is not on the table south africans awaiting waiting for a breakthrough with some anxiety after days of confusion and the unprecedented postponement of this week's state of the nation address the anc is now bitterly divided after two decades in power the party's new leader cyril ramaphosa needs to handle mr zuma's exit quickly but delicately if he is to emerge from this oakwood standoff in a position of strength andrew hunting the british multinational tesco is facing a possible bill of five and a half billion dollars as a result of the uk's biggest ever equal pay claim lewis 1000's thousands of hourly paid women working in tesco supermarket stores are running less than male employees even though the value of the work is comparable tesco which has stores across europe and asia is britain's biggest retailer his are economics editor come alarm it tesco's joined a long list of organisations facing controversies over equal pay among retailers as touring sainsbury's are facing similar legal battles birmingham city council has already agreed to more than one billion pounds of payments for women cleaners and carers and the bbc's been accused of not paying men and women equally tesco was one of the country's largest employers is now facing a series of tests cases which could lead to the largest equal pay claiming employment history lorries act.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Luke john correct so jacob zuma is to step down as leader of the anc which dominates south african politics let's be marred by numerous corruption scandals over the course of zuma's leadership so can his replacement keep the party at the center of the country's political system his undermines view a wealthy businessman takes charge of an established political party in order to position himself for a tilt at his country's presidency what could possibly go wrong south africans are as well this week nearly certain as to the identity of the next president delegates at the annual conclave of south africa's ruling party in the african national congress chose as the next party leader civil roma poso of course the sudan's who's to roma who is 65 has served since 2014 tina south africa's deputy president on the president jacob zuma who is due to stand down so barring miracle all mishap cyril ramaphosa will be elected the fifth president of postapartheid south africa at the next election ju in 2019 we must also norman that updated over these challenges has been on the high over the last decades by the failure of neither at this guy piloted through the world these falloff politicians who would like to be able to serenely regard the prospect of the relevations assumption never to billeting many of the challenges president roma poster will face a product of this very certainty south africa is that most vexing of paradoxes a democratic oneparty state which is to say that while the country has open elections south africans keep returning me same policy and as the a unsease long rule has demonstrated the one party in a oneparty state grows no less corrupt complacent and incompetent from being freely elected them the scale of the problem is illustrated both by the narrowness.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Be the one turning heads at the luggage carrousels a spokeswoman your burke with meduri house with me andrew molester with me on their digest key and joint everard and let's look now at south africa which now has a fairly solid idea of the identity of its next president barring some turn of events start wing even by the standards of recent history it will be ciller ramaphosa narrowly elected president of the ruling party the african national congress the antiapartheid campaigner turned tycoon does still face the formality of being elected to the office but that shouldn't prove difficult in the effective oneparty state that south africa has become before the next elections you in 2019 ramaphosa who's been deputy president since 2014 needs to decide how to relate to the incumbent jacob zuma who was robbed hoping that mr ram opposes opponent who's also one of whom is ex wives would get the gig mary on balance you know you can only choose from who is up for the job is cyril ramaphosa the preferable next president of south africa well i think from my point if you and i think from a lot of feminism south africans points of view yes um he certainly walls and i think it's no particular reflection on his chief rival but it's always no i was have sort of hesitations with people who are you know even related did not sort of firms likely strange way being ex wife to the to the president that that it just doesn't it it doesn't have a nice ring about it.

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"deputy president" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on FT News

"From the financial times in london i'm andrew england and this is f t news serum opposed those was elected leader of south africa's ruling african national congress this week frightening president jacob zuma's grip on power of the most divisive vote the ponte's history the former union leader had campaigned on a promise to root out corruption and rescue the and see the party that led the struggle against the ponta under nelson mandela but which is now at risk of losing its majority for the first time a 2019 elections mr imposed at narrowly defeated in kasana lemme zuma mrs umis former wife whom the president had backed with me in this year to discuss what the change of leadership means of south africa the ftc africa edited david pilling david thank you for joining us festival what kind of a man is mr i'm oppose them what is his background and is he really capable of reversing the decline of the agency or unopposed the came to fame raelian 1980s as a union leader he led many strikes of mine workers in particular against the then apartheid regime he's a trained lawyer and he then rose to become one of the lead negotiators in the talks that finally ended apartheid and he was seen as a formidable negotiator he was also very much light by nelson mandela mandela is widely thought wanted ciller i'ma pozza to succeed him the anc didn't went for toubon becky instead and in 1997 serum oppose a stepped aside and moved into business way became an exceptionally successful or at least of exceptionally prosperous businessman and people thought incensed that his political career was over how they came back to politics he became jacob zuma's deputy and therefore deputy president of south africa positions held for the last three years they've been very.

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"deputy president" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Summak south africa's deputy president says he believes a woman who claims president jacob zuma raped her but peter graenitz reports from the capital pretoria zuma was acquitted more than a decade ago deputy president cyril ramaphosa told a town hall that he would believe the woman known as quincy quiz he was the name given to feza key lakers wyoming during the trial to protect your identity she was hiv positive and died last year the trial concluded in two thousand six in zuma became president in two thousand nine zuma's office says that an independent judiciary acquitted him of the rape charge and relieved him of any wrongdoing his term as party leader ends within two weeks the african national congress will begin its party convention next week and members will elect a new party president and deputy president ramaphosa is one of the top two contenders the other is nonco says on at lamezia mca of former government minister in president zoom ex wife for npr news i'm peter graenitz in pretoria and this is npr israel launched air strikes today in the gaza strip the israeli military says its warplanes struck hamas's military targets in response to rocket fire following president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital arab league is to meet today at the request of the palestinians and jordan amid violent protests in the region the academy of motion picture arts and sciences board of governors has approved a new code of conduct for its members empires mentally till barca reports after film producer harvey weinstein was accused of rape and sexual harassment the academy stripped his membership now the board has approved standards it expects for all of its members in a statement to them academy ceo john hudson wrote members must behave ethically and that the standards oppose any form of abuse harassment or discrimination based on gender sexual orientation race ethnicity disability age religion or nationality hudson says procedures for handling.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Here & Now

"Catalonia to take part in the elections in three weeks the launch his today so i think combined those two things i think that's that the reason that the judge believes they cut grams to think he's coming back what would be coming back as a completely free man no that's the other thing as the rupp to this those potential charges a role still there he is unlikely but he is expected to be arrested as soon as he does arrive back in catalonia he will go to court at the decision will be they do you release him on bail or do you is he consider continued threat to fleece i think the from talking to louise hit the likelihood is that he would come back to stop the campaign he would go to court his passport would be taken off him and then he would continue to campaign light be other ministers so that numerous things up in the air at the moment i've spoken to college boost amman's lawyers in belgium his family hover talking to get hold of by the way i tried for a month a he's very selective which media he speaks to east put briefly tomato bbc but today they're saying that he's not planning to travel in the next few days but they are delighted with the result beat they believe that the states they accused of acute coot attack on all realizing that they've got too much support behind them so there's a lot of putting politicking going on right now robin as well as the same day one of the election campaign and the only other things i think he's worth bearing in mind here the near the name to mention it's worth knowing the main candidate many people tip of the independence ponte's win he's a man called orioles you cameras seems the deputy president he is one of two ministers still in prison right now so that really fragments old independence policies ahead of this election yesterday at the main candidates in prison i so not everybody was released from prison a he said yesterday evening's warrants were lifted but carlos push has said he would return if he is guaranteed a fair trial he said that in the past is isn't expected that he might get one comes participants team are still saying that.

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"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"deputy president" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"The anc mps who stood with president zuma where in a celebrate treat mood because they themselves had feared what the opposition was hoping for nobody knew how this was gone up ten out that's why the country was on tenterhooks everyone was glued to the radio or television waiting to hear which way it was going to go so that's why the celebration was actually a fi of relief now the anc we selecting mr zeman's replacement way in a few months from now until then his position as president to secure very much saw there is a complexity that andrew because president zuma has a pretty fed choice for the successor and by extension people as saying he would still be ruling m his tam from his kinds of village in the rolling hills of kwazulu natale soul the battle now is between deputy president cyril ramaphosa and mr zuma's perfect choice at dr courses on the lme newsroom my his ex wife and therefore it's going to be a long road between now and december because quite clearly even though he warned tonight there is no doubt that over thirty five mps within the agency within his own party voted with the opposition to try and get rid of him so mr zuma will be celebrating just for a brief moment tonight but he will have to start to think about or who within his own combrades m tried to get rid of him and milton just entrusted to ask you've government in south africa is able to function and continue with all this going on the background that's a very good question in fact i've just saw one of the tweets from someone i trust at whose analyses i think is almost a parade all the time who's just said those mps who voted against jacob zuma cannot in good conscience remain in government india positions saw they will have to at some point even though this was a secret ballot.

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