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South Africa records more than 20,000 new Covid-19 cases for second straight day

BBC Newshour

00:51 sec | Last month

South Africa records more than 20,000 new Covid-19 cases for second straight day

"For the first time. South Africa has recorded more than 20,000 new cases of the coronavirus in a single day. The Health Ministry says it's due to receive a million vaccine doses from India this month. Non some Maseko reports from Johannesburg. South Africa recorded the deadliest day with more than 840 coronavirus related fatalities yesterday. This comes off the back of an urgent meeting called by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the possibility off even tougher lockdown measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Africa's worst hit country. But legal challenges to prevent the government from imposing is stricter lockdown have been filed in various courts and you variant, which was identified by scientists in South Africa and formally announced by the government late last month. Is thought to be driving the new wave of infections.

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"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Materialize an online town hall for nature residency Greg rasa dressed complains that the housing agency wasn't properly adjusting rents for people of lost their jobs as it is required to do we're working to get a simplified connection for families and we hope to get our rental line kind of hardship question lined up so someone has a question they can call in other complaints involve security several residents who called in or submit questions via social media said that people often loiter in stairwells and corridors very few of them wearing masks sunny today high near sixty six degrees this is WMI see it's nine thirty two welcome back to news on a few minutes we'll speak to a senior U. N. official about the impact of coronavirus in vulnerable countries first South Africa with schools left empty during the coronavirus locked down almost one thousand have been attacked in a matter of weeks that's similar to the number of incidents reported in the previous twelve months the attacks range from burglaries to vandalism and even awesome now southern Africa correspondent Nomsa Maseko visited one of the torch to schools in Shaoxing groovy north of Pretoria this administration with local this second will school in the township of social group the shards of glass everywhere windows were broken when the building caught fire textbooks on the ground literally reduced to ashes the roof is also caving in there's just nothing left there was also food that was stored in this building and that's food that is normally given to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them anything in most cases when those children come to school they get to their only meal for the day when they are in school and all of that has also been reduced to ashes almost all hands is the principle of highland secondary school the touching of this building it in particular that it got these as the new class of the institutions so the functionality of the school lies precisely it so obviously it would be a blow to them it does delay you know the process of beginning to wonder all leading and teaching especially after this locked out the principal's office the only posh office admin block left almost untouched but everything else damaged as a lonely picture of the country's president Cyril ramaposa lying on its side but on the scene in the news that my school was and torched it didn't really came as a devastation I was absolutely shocked and perturbed at the same time I just couldn't understand.

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"maseko" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

16:27 min | 1 year ago

"maseko" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Today. The guardian sketch writer, John, Chris coined. The term Mayport says goodbye to Theresa May and looks at what comes next and the women's football World Cup kicks off in France. I spend hours an hours in the house of Commons, sorta sitting through urgent questions statements sort of debates that most normal people don't spend a minimum you'll kind of watching how people perform under pressure. And also you're kind of making judgments on them as well. I mean, do they does this person really believe what they're saying? I try and work out what the person is really thinking. And does it make you more of a kind of psychologist analyst in everyday life? I mean, are you watching out for your friends when they might be lying or not really believing what they're saying? Sadly, yes from what are you thinking about me now? I'm trying to work out what you're reading on your computer in front of you. I'm imagining you've got Christ this badly. This John crisis, a complete moron. I wish he wasn't there. As the guardians parliamentary sketch writer. It's John crisis job to scrutinize politicians. Today. He bids farewell to one of his closest subjects as Theresa May steps down, as conservative leader, John Maseko pike to the Mayport, the nickname, he coined for her in two thousand and sixteen now his focus will turn to the men and women scrambling to become the next Tory. Prime.

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 'Huge' challenges as Ramaphosa takes oath in South Africa

BBC World Service

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

'Huge' challenges as Ramaphosa takes oath in South Africa

"So Ramaphosa is being reinaugurated as president of South Africa. The former trade union leader will take the oath inventory for his first full five year term after this month's elections nam, so Maseko is in South Africa since his appointment as set Africa's six that democratically elected, President, Mr Ramaphosa has promised to tackle corruption and said leaders implicated in wrongdoing will be dealt with by the law. Mister Ramaphosa also said he would trimmed down his bloated cabinet and appoint ministers, who are untainted by scandal. He

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South Africa, Mister RAV And President discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

South Africa, Mister RAV And President discussed on BBC World Service

"So Ramona's being Reno grated as president of South Africa, the foam union leader will take the oath in Pretoria for his first full five year term of this month's elections. Thumbs Maseko is in South Africa since his appointment as Africa's six democratically elected, President, Mr Ramaphosa has promised to tackle corruption and said leaders implicated in wrongdoing will be dealt with by the law. Mister RAV are also said he would trimmed down his bloated cabinet and appoint ministers, who are untainted by scandal. He also pledged to work with different stakeholders to ensure the country's economy recovers and avoids further credit rating

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"maseko" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Nothing should replace the relationship that you maintain with your personal physician. Well, good evening, Dr Pepper here on medical frontiers. And we have in this studio. Eddy crow Goodson. You eddie. Good to see you doctor. Thank you for sitting in with me last hour. Okay. He's the famous cyclist from the Ohio valley, right? I gotta get shirts printed up. I was unaware that. Okay. It was good seeing you Eddie. Frontiers tonight, and we did a little promo there with Eddie the six thirty hour, but we're going to be talking about dermatology tonight. And it's very very interesting subject because our skin I is an organ that. We can see and everyone else could see too dependent on the number closer we have on. But you know, we don't have to probe. We don't have to you know, x Ray at and all that kind of thing. But we're going to talk about the skin tonight. And we're very fortunate to have three dermatologists three experts about the skin the Dermot here on medical frontiers. So I would I like to introduce the head of the division of dermatology. And she's been on medical frontiers before Dr Barry MARTINI. Good evening evening. Welcome. It's good. Having you back. Thank you. Okay. Dermatology inch. Interesting subject, right? Tell us a little bit about general dermatology. Dermatology is a broad range of skin conditions. It also encompasses new recently 'cause medic treatments for aging. It also deals with scarring. It can be simple things like poison Ivy acne ex-boss psoriasis, which we all know and skin cancer. Unfortunately is on the rise. So we're we also deal with all of the common skin cancers basal cell squamous cell melanoma. And we don't have enough dermatologists in the United States of America. Right. That's correct. And Pittsburgh is in what we call the rust belt, which is is very low in Dermott holiday, so Cleveland, Detroit, Pittsburgh Erie, very low. Okay. All right. We'll talk more about that. We also have a newcomer to medical frontiers, and she's a dermatologist Allegheny health network, and she also is involved with cosmetic dermatology. And she is none other than Dr Kristen Whitney, welcome medical frontiers. Thank you for having this, and Dr MARTINI said that our skin ages. What we know our lungs do at our brain does or hurt our liberty. But sodas are skin. Right. That's what can we do about that? I mean, if you're seventy years old your skin seventy years old, right? That's right. Well, really, the most important thing is, you know, sun protection. And so, you know, we counsel patients parents because you really wanna be good from from day one sunscreen wasn't popular up until a couple decades ago. So that's part of the problem, but sunscreen is really very very important in trying to slow that process down. I read an article just a couple of weeks ago, and it was sort of well, it wasn't really negative about sunscreen. But I guess there are some misconceptions about sunscreen. I mean, you have to reapply it every no you can't put it on seven o'clock at a boarding expected to work at seven o'clock at night. But what about those numbers PF numbers and sauna? That's really important. They are. So what we recommend is an SPF thirty or greater for patients with a real high risk of getting skin cancer or who have had a skin cancer. We recommend in SPF. Fifty. But once you get past fifty the difference between fifty and eighty ninety SPF is negligible. And then that is the key that that a lot of people don't appreciate is that you have to reapply it every two hours. So, you know, a swimming with sweating it wears off. So usually what most people do is put it on right as they're walking out to the beach and forget about it the whole day. And so, you know, we say that you really want to put it on a half an hour before you're going out in the sun, and then reapply every two hours, and cosmetic dermatology. Probably also includes the treatment of acne and Eddie crove here in the studio. He will be when we're doing a little talk about what was coming up on medical frontier. She asked me this little Paget us and his scrape on your Faiza, you know, a couple of times a day. And he said that he had some acne as a teenager into young adulthood, and he wondered if they were doing any good thought. Well, they burn. Burned. So they must be good. What about the treatment of acne today is a little different than it was thirty years ago? Some things are similar in. We of course, do have some new things in the pipeline. So as far as the treatment of acne. The first thing is based on the severity in what types of lesions that you have. So usually we combine a couple of different medications together because they all act a different way. And that's the typical thing that you need with acne unless you're just getting a few spots here and there, but based on the severity is when we recommend topical 's and or oral pills, sometimes we'll do chemical peels and sometimes a combination of both or. I mean, certainly you need to keep your face clean. Right. Even if you're taking oral medication. You just can't expect your medication to clear it up. If you never wash your face right that too. Okay. Well, we'll be talking about that a little later. Okay. Okay. And we also have Dr Ron. Seco Maseko Maseko. Okay. Dr Maseko, and he he's an interesting guy. And we found out that we have some people that we know in common. He actually has spent a number of years in private practice in dermatology in Johnstown area and covered a bully only five counties or something like that. Because as we said initially there is a scarcity of dermatologists, so he has joined the the group at age, and we're glad that you have. Are you glad that you have done that very much? It's been a great reboot to my career in development. It's it's exciting to be practicing with another dermatologist who have similar skill sets. Yeah. And so it's good to be able to compare notes to you know, with patients and so on team effort, you know, when somebody has a complicated case of dermatology disease, or whatever and. Dr Maseko also has a special interest in lupus, and connective tissue disorders of the of the skin and those things that we would call auto immune diseases that have a an influence on the skin, and we were taught in medical school that very often the skin is a sort of photograph of what is going on inside the skin can show changes that actually mean that there's something going on inside our bodies like when the skin turns yellow that could be jaundice and could be a liver problem or a gallbladder problem or what have you right, right? Dr masika. Absolutely. That's one of the things that I got me. So interested in terminology is the ability to look at the skin and to recognize that there's some internal Yoenis associated with that cutaneous finding held. That's great. Okay. Joe you have met the three experts in the studio. Give us a call. If you have a question about your skin..

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"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stick toothpick, actually, gone three to stomach something just a small as that is actually managed to kill the bird. It's really sad to say. But now a group of academics from Heriot watt university in Scotland is calling for a rethink of plastic policy coming from a variety of disciplines from engineering and science to economics and social science. They don't deny that plastics cause harm. But questioning whether the blanket ban makes sense professor Kate sang is one of their number. So what are their concerns? Well, two aspects to our concerns wanna ease the social impact as the banning a sudden asking these prospects like plastic straws is being big area that people talk. Secondly, we concerned that actually creating alternatives. Today's plastics could have an even greater environmental impact than what we're seeing plastics. Well, let's take the first to start with what worries you about banning plastic stools well for disabled people plastic straws are the only way that they can safely consumed by hot and cold liquids are able to consume those acting complex aspect of leaving leading independent life. So a lot of retailers for example, providing paper store's instead on those hot drinks and also disabled people may take longer to drink drink can break down people drinking and non flexible metal ones. Damaging someone's drinking. What about the second concern than the the alternatives to plastic? Yes, I want example, we can think of is how we transport drinks in plastic bottles and plastic can take a higher volume of liquid and say boss day. So we might need to have extra trucks on the roads to transport items that are and transportion something Alden steak. Also, if we do move to other natural tentatives, while we know they will break down eventually actually considerably more carbon might be produced while we're making alternative materials. So you're suggesting that the environmental good that's done by taking plastics out of circulation could be undone by what comes in their place. Yes. Estimates are that if we to replace oh classics dodgy use twice as much energy? Maybe three times a carbon greenhouse gas. Emissions. So while we understand the offense on audible, and we all upset to see those images on the blue planet of animals in distress. And I write ban without careful consideration of all the evidence is not going to solve the problem and actually could unfortunately, create new problems professor Kate sang from Heriot watt university Saturday marks the thirtieth anniversary of world aids day and over the past twenty years the world has made significant progress in its response to aids today. Millions of people living with HIV, most of whom are in sub Saharan Africa Lee, healthy and productive lives. One country in the region is even inching close to an aids free generation Namibia has seen a fifty percent reduction in infections over the last two years and the BBC's Nelson Maseko traveled with a local NGO development aid from people to people to see how HIV is being tackled early on in the north of the country. Of come to visit.

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"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nelson Maseko reporting from Limpopo province in South Africa. You're saying both the Jamaican Olympic sprinter commonly known as the fastest man on the planet has officially cut ties with the Australian football club. He'd hoped was going to help him forge a new career in soccer, the central coast. Mariners weren't willing to pay the kind of money. The star had wanted at the end of a trial period. Dominic bossy football reporter for the Sydney Morning Herald. There's a few reasons why it didn't quite eventuate. He was on trial for about two months. He showed signs of improvement. But ultimately, he left he's run through lights. It's fair to say he started this mission of what he wants. Thirty two years old, which is quite light considering most football is already playing professionally at eighteen years of age is the big thing that let him down is change of direction was actually quite terrible stainless or is only had to run in a straight line. So he's never had this ability to be mobile the building of his face changes direction. He could run for faucet. But he just wasn't a football. It's feticide. Also is the big commercial star that he was he was used to big money. Wasn't he? Yeah. It's a hard thing to sacrifice, isn't it when you are paid handsomely. He's asking price with led to believe was about three million Australian dollars. But let's be honest. He wasn't worth at in terms of football sense in terms of commercial revenue. Well, he model something to the table. But there are a lot of political problems. If Senator Chris Mariners offered him the sort of money, he was after because you can imagine if you're a football who's losing your place to you bolts, if a Johnny come lightly in terms applying the game, you're not going to be happy. The coaches aren't going to want to have to play him just for commercial reasons. So you could be heading. It's a bit of a Pacific storm in terms of Rudy tame morality Sondhi McConnell money was asking for where angry players angry colleagues. We a few plays who definitely raising their eyebrows thinking hang on guys is this guy going to take my place. I've been playing football for the better part of fifteen years of sorry to try and get this spot, and this athletes, just become a take it from me. I think a few plays with questioning that. But because the trial ended the way that it did. And it never progressive stage of having a professional deal. I don't think the anger really similar to the surface if the club wanted publicity while they got it didn't they ended up their profile and apparently given them scope to buy big star players in the future. Absolutely. So central coast. Mariners social media presence has gone up sixfold in two months that's more than any advertisement campaign would have done for them. Otherwise Ford along I think it's six sponsors since he ain't bolt arrived at the club. So you can just imagine the of commercial return just the trial period lard had four Sentra, Chris marriages, and they know the market to sign plays in January. So he was a good investment short-term. It was a fantastic investment considering that central coast. Mariners didn't really pay him much for the trial period. They companies accommodation costs. I think I covered his travel costs as well. They didn't do too badly out of that. And you criticized you saying bolts change of direction in the soccer game. But he did have strengths as a player. Do you think you'll still have a football career? Now, you just have to look at it. He's six foot five he's huge. He is the fastest man in the universe. I think there was some merits it. You know, maybe having him as a plan B option to throwing him on at the eightieth minute. When you're chasing a game. He terrorizes defenders just because if he she physicality, I think he can make it as a professional football. I don't know where I don't know if he will be in the top league in the world or top division. But if it is truly he's during well, sometimes you gotta make a few sacrifices to get there. That was Dominic bossy. Who's a sports reporter in Sydney? This is the BBC World Service..

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"maseko" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"I'm not rushing it like I just enjoy like just having fun with my producers that I'm working with. So it could be elite. Could be James could be could be mellow x. or Macedo or co Joe's. Yano Maseko Sieg. X two years year though, yet. Beautiful people. But yeah, yeah, rather just five. I'd rather buy because otherwise it's gonna come off like I'm not being true to myself and I don't want people thinking, oh, she's trying to sell out right. And it's like not not quite not not yet. I get fairly cascade. Oh, can you just tell me the story behind cascade. I was, we have theories. This was a Rama Tom when I was not writing songs about any nigga. It was just, it was just lies. I was walking. I was walking in Charlotte on Fairview avenue, and I flipped the b. j. Diller be in a seal, flip the beat, and I just was like, okay, this feels good. And I think I always wanted like a just vibe, eve fills like just vibe fills to like saying over, and I just remember walking like down Fairview avenue and just coming up with lyrics as I was walking on a sunny day and Charlotte, North Carolina. Well, you make insecure music of really sounds like insecure belongs HBO. Like literally insecure. Thank you. So you're in air Do fan, right. Okay. What's your favorite? Erica? Bye. Do song town. Okay. Right? Probably between green eyes and Tom's wasted, which party green eyes. 'cause you know, that's like three different right. No matter is grain high. So like it system live. Try to trick me. That part. So over. To walk out. Dope. So if you could collab- with Erica, what do you think you guys with single out town? I would just let her lead, and I was just saying whatever she wanted me to say. You know. So yeah, whatever she wants to saying feared out, I'll find an emotive inexperience, always find a dope when like artists who are newer to the game, connect with Eric music that way because it's so richly deeply rooted in Seoul and so to connect with the music that way means you have an ear for that, and then it makes me listen to this. This is like a dust and some stupid, Dustin shit. When I find out that artists are here could buy do fans and makes me now listen to their music and search for like the soul roots and it just it opens my eyes to like a whole new section of their musicality. Right? And so I did. That's what I wait for you to get talking to be like the worst show. Erica. There's definitely elements like all throughout music from her from Amy wine ounce. Definitely the Whitney, Anita, Mariah little Fantasia, low Fantasia absolute. Chris, that Michelle, John legend. Blowdrying Angelo. You might be his soul system. And I saw you even said elephants jarrow when the inspiration now I did also sees con Yay yet one of urine space. And so are you able to separate the art from the artist, right, right. That love someone so much to see the, you know, different. It is different. Now I focused just tend to focus on the things that changed my life, and I'm just so thankful that he put me on so many artists like the whatnot slight. Oh. That is the on late registration. Yeah. Yeah, he he has mad samples at changed my life. So I just focusing on how like he was just a great teacher to me, like, you know, at feel like who knows? Maybe I'll be different artists to him five, seven years. So it's like, oh, no, he can't. I just gotta take it as you know, we are all grown up. We all change in like, you know. Yeah, let people be where they're told you that..

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8 killed in explosion at munitions depot in South Africa

Global News Podcast

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

8 killed in explosion at munitions depot in South Africa

"What into the hours of this morning to bring the flames under control the fires now out and the devastation is clear, the yellow pilots that was once the residence of the Portuguese Royal family is now a chart show. Every window is burnt-out on the inside is black. Hundreds of employees stood watching many of them wiping away tears. One of them is a historian, Regina dentists. Let us Bill. It seems like a nightmare. I went to sleep think he's

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"maseko" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Overnight, lows for tomorrow after we see the cards and. Fog burn off that will be sunny day and we'll see sixties at the. Coast sixties and seventies around the. Bay upper eighties too low nineties inland much more of the same for Tuesday. And then Wednesday and Thursday Friday through Saturday actually we'll see highs in the sixties to seventies at the coast eighty s to the middle nineties for the inland areas under mostly sunny skies right now are on. The bay area it's Eighty-three in Santa Rosa's seventy two in San. Rafael on the Napa airport concord has ninety four degrees Oakland's at. Sixty five in Livermore eighty six eighty two, this hour in, San Jose Redwood City. Checks in at eighty nine in Hayward at. Seventy one degrees and in downtown San Francisco sixty two To traffic and weather together on the eighth on news one zero six nine AM. Seven forty KCBS KCBS news time five fifty the central valley might be a long, way from fugit sound. But when it comes to. The survival as some killer whales it seems the two. Regions are very closely linked morphine KCBS is Jeff, bell we're talking about so-called southern resident killer whales endangered population of killer whales that roam up and down the west coast Michael Bill, Stein speaks for Noah fisheries west coast region which has been tracking, the seventy plus. Washington state based Wales with this goal in mind determining the salmon that they're eating and which rivers though salmon come from among their findings the central valley rivers beat a lot of. Salmon into the ocean and these Wales really depend on that and that is. Why no one has included the central valley salmon population on what it calls a. Prioritized list of west coast salmon stocks those stocks important to the survival of these southern residents Milstein notes that some of the, salmon stocks Are themselves endangered or concern about the whales, were also concerned about the salmon fortunately he says. The number of salmon recovery. Efforts are currently underway s for the killer, whales Milstein hopes that their connections to both Washington state and California will. Help make this clear everybody on the west coast kind, of has a role in trying to do the right thing for them Jeff bell KCBS, KCBS news time now at five fifty one legendary, gunfire the father of Barry Bonds is. Calling for the former San Francisco Giants slugger to be inducted into, the baseball hall of fame KCBS Maseko Ross reports in a ceremony attended by thousands of adoring fans the San Francisco Giants officially retired homerun king Barry Bonds number twenty, five on. Saturday team manager Bruce bocce worked with bonds when I. Got to San Francisco.

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Zimbabwe votes for first time without Robert Mugabe on ballot

BBC World Service

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe votes for first time without Robert Mugabe on ballot

"News symboblic voting in the first election since Robert Mugabe's removal from power in November it'll be the first time since nineteen eighty that is, name is not on the ballot his successor and former close colleague Amazon. And Google is hoping to legitimise his rule. His main challenger is, the leader of the opposition MDC Nelson Chamisa who is popular among, younger people both have promised to, rebuild the country's economy which collapsed. Onto Mr Mugabe Maseko is in the capital Harare Zimbabwe have been queueing since about, two AM this morning wanting to. Cost their ballots and when terms of who could win.

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"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second city, to the capital Harare it's the middle of what rural countryside I've just seen a couple of. Tractors go, by heading to an uncle farm interestingly going. Another direction, towards the capital a military truck the army and farming such important factors of. Zimbabwean life when it comes to this, election What will determine the result is election for a lot of people it is the state of the economy with so many people struggling to make ends meet or, just simply to put food on. The table it's events of what's happening today but also events of the past and. Actually, the region, to the south west of where I am now. The biggest city in that, part of the country but away I will. Just come from is really a. Case in point in the mid one thousand nine hundred eighty shortly after independence who series. Of killings mass killings targeting the. Robert Mugabe's political opponents but also targeting a, particular community the minority in developed it was carried out. By the. Notorious a North Korean trained fifth the gate the man in charge that unit to the time he's now. A government minister the man who's in. Charge of state security he's the president Emmerson men Gagua those killings have left. A, deep scar and also fueled suspicion, towards Zanu PF, input away I caught up with local artists Owen Maseko an a lot of his work It's been inspired by. This bloody events of the class and he told me he's paid a heavy price free. Because of some of these paintings. Depicting what happened he ended up behind bars Nine hundred.

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"maseko" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So there is intense interest as sia polic takes over from warren whiteley who was injured for the three test series against england the first match is on saturday our southern africa correspondent nelson maseko has visited his hometown and sent this report sia galizia grew up in three day at township and portalis lisbeth rugby became a lifeline which kept him away from the hush realities of growing up were you can come from a different breakdown look mine this advantage program is long as your parents are just giving you support for sprint it's huge support your kid give them even though you don't have much i just say keep yourself around good people and don't let anybody tell you you can't do anything you you probably can make it no matter what is why five five six six four what sir lovely she was introduced to the summer wanted him to succeed wow if you talk of a supported all the way because i'm happy that i also contributed in rugby's we'll have that voice and he hasn't disappointed us here's the way you know we're happy for the boy and we wish him all the best rugby has grown in this township with hundreds of children playing the sport one key ruler runs the easy finer development rugby academy rugby in poorly reveal as i'll say it was a social movement and it's a capital of rugby who had played rugby and it made us men because discipline wise you know focused wise we head to because every every scores playing rugby from school level up too clever i'm happy for sierra because he's a very good boy humbled war you know i was social that is heading for for the beatles his head will big things from dusty and run down pitches where a love for rugby developed for the springboks newly appointed captain and many children who play here often barefoot one to follow in his footsteps to me swertz boy is one of several young girls who play rugby at the academy.

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"maseko" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So there is intense interest as sia polic takes over from warren whiteley who was injured for the three test series against england the first match is on saturday our southern africa correspondent nelson maseko has visited his hometown and sent this report sia galizia grew up in three day at township and portalis lisbeth rugby became a lifeline which kept him away from the hush realities of growing up were you can come from a different breakdown look mine this advantage program is long as your parents are just giving you support for sprint it's huge support your kid give them even though you don't have much i just say keep yourself around good people and don't let anybody tell you you can't do anything you you probably can make it no matter what is why five five six six four what sir lovely she was introduced to the summer wanted him to succeed wow if you talk of a supported all the way because i'm happy that i also contributed in rugby's we'll have that voice and he hasn't disappointed us here's the way you know we're happy for the boy and we wish him all the best rugby has grown in this township with hundreds of children playing the sport one key ruler runs the easy finer development rugby academy rugby in poorly reveal as i'll say it was a social movement and it's a capital of rugby who had played rugby and it made us men because discipline wise you know focused wise we head to because every every scores playing rugby from school level up too clever i'm happy for sierra because he's a very good boy humbled war you know i was social that is heading for for the beatles his head will big things from dusty and run down pitches where a love for rugby developed for the springboks newly appointed captain and many children who play here often barefoot one to follow in his footsteps to me swertz boy is one of several young girls who play rugby at the academy.

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Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

"Too often we were there for her i see tried to ride south african president cyril ramaphosa ending that report from winnie mandela's funeral by certain maseko this is the bbc world service twenty two minutes past the hour time for the sports news his column harrison hi paul thanks very much we start at the commonwealth games in queensland where these scottish marathon mccallum hawkins collapsed with exhaustion while leading the race there was a two minute delay before medical staff reached him he was taken to hospital for tests but scottish team officials thankfully say there are no now major concerns about hawkins condition that abc steve cram described the moment hawkins became ill column is collapsing they really need to get someone to quickly this is tragic to see he was going so well but he's pushed to how they need somebody needs to get to him this too far to go way too far to go it's not as though it selects two hundred meters will the races won by the champion mike shelley australia well the women's marathon was won by hilario yohannes who claimed namibia's second gold of the games manchester city a one win away now from claiming the english premier league title they bounced back from losing three games in a roving treating their champions league exit by liverpool to beat tottenham three one at wembley last night and go sixteen points clear that's off of the table john murray reports after the disappointment of the previous week manchester city made something of a statement here in becoming the first team to beat spurs at wembley in the premier league since august city looked every inch the champions in waiting after gabrielle's zeus outpaced sanchez to score the first they deserved a fortunate break in the awarded a penalty expertly converted by gwendolyn and while spurs rally lead with a goal from ericsson before halftime raheem sterling six yard box poach with just under twenty minutes to play to city once again to the brink of the title and the french league title could also be decided later on sunday parry sanger man will be champions with five games to go if they beat secondplaced monaco the reigning champions at home this evening in spain barcelona set a new record of thirty nine games without defeat when they beat valencia on saturday luis suarez.

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"maseko" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"Good i'm in your place now what you wanna ask me who is the most devers person you've ever met i james corden asked a similar question and i do honestly have to say the same answer it's kim kardashian maseko questions because they actually saw on tv and he said about james corden what does lure in smell like i was crying i mean i told james corden that she smelt like the scottish highlands for free yes she sees she actually smells like i brew right she literally smells like she drinks i enver consistently constantly all day long and i think she probably does okay what jean of mind do you up solutely hit non non is there any that you dislike a really well i maybe didn't like as much your office song thank you right we talking further but yeah but i think that's because it was so different yeah i know i'm to it wasn't me and i loved you know you'll earliest stuff yeah i love your new single actually 'cause i'm back i didn't mind but you know honestly i'm yeah i still made my like spotify play lewis yeah well that's okay is there a wedding planned arguments career in something but this is it for you now kids sitting down i you thinking sardana ever be quite i think i think she's dreaded no kids thing because of come on let's go let's do everything and window gets kids whatever but.

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"maseko" Discussed on Podcast

Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on Podcast

"The pi when the publicity shoot a lot on place junkie deadly today the toss vow male thought device so circa gump eyes out thus sudden unusally epo normal conflicts you two top conceal the physical conceal maseko asia monitors set the could more gamsu advocate got work organ outlook was shuttled this sunk saadun you met huggy salty genetic tool they could engage swoosh he the at a summit is examining either use you made it home afghan good detail meal shukku there w why matter can afford them any system our path to reconcile externalising good deal ceo yesterday i know told meal thought if he gets you'll die spe alka beal sta leszek also that you know or the electrosleep may day disorder who taye east asia i'ma pasha the kyw news degussa dillon you'd of epo defeat in late i said a best kuti's on i thought the night up large may gilded epa ongc assembled kyko seacoast hotel inevitable to do poll foods with us the they fall you salvatore highmobility i'll gay policy on paulo bus the me on a visit back basket addict lap of uniform thais the amounts and the modern day can cassidy to see done it up into this on our south fixing visit gather there had i called soft second at ezeiza the pierre approximates abject his deputies unbelievable she's told us that are out there are no docile no clue vitale in a spectacle year metallic say yes lasse your cap get hold of this metal eight ahmad their false you you'll see the deal bill cassidy demining hoppy should isn't called on japan or harper ill more meal japan's i'd abc's shaun pollock fired on if i can modern attorneys say about expedition precedent.

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"maseko" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Royalty maseko our guest your automomy junkie radio is coming off a win agassi fight night 125 emblem brazil over priscilla castro eta this was hate her debuts gives me as a flight wait at two hundred twenty five pounds in the afc and right away i believe she's an instant contender for the world champion nico montana who is hurt right now but uh hopefully we'll we'll see your practice your heart goes whatever valentina valentina this may seem like a silly question because you're the winner in you were very aggressive in your victory but did you make it out injury freer your hands okay your elbows your needs i'm sorry i had illegal beat like moli endurance on my elbow jeff like illegally while lean it illegal with bruce his but it's not been totally tuesday could still be uh for a fine so am so it's on the radio for like going to the acts as a net gain as soon as they can now that was going to be my next question georgian i in most everybody agreed definitely have to be the next person in mind for that title shot if the ufc were to come to you and say valentina when is the date and where would you like it what would you tell them let's get tomorrow mike i'm glad source what about fishing i get i can fourth it for after the flight yeah definitely would woulda with peru ever be something that we we here because they're expanding more into south america on early we had we were chile could be next but uh having you fight for a title in peru would be a lot of fun wouldn't it.

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"maseko" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"December three stay me now modality mitch secondseeded guy that gallison stance in into by now lackey's signals that is already gear disseminate natural citizenry stay menem morning each his knee now that rao addresses the'seed the general by not as normal and will then anaemia must a more subtle men aboard a new need navigator focus se beal saturday the may meet at us domingo disaster yes in me meant that he no they holed up inside of is the rudest cb they'll hit islamic had a bit of fake that key it'll than ever at wnyc levy that panama ghetto bulls and beat that that they mean as that a guy lows maseko more yet if it'll go mortgage mortgage law more ideal signal dog in was the send me meant they said as me by saddle me full glued amy percent thus if them in waterboarded they mcconnell said they get august them more together beyond mustn't headache so like you'll not boesak it is the cd kit as enemy nausea banning advocacy deferral get bored be said illuminate must study also seek the would ask me nadia said he had only mosley joso he deaths than the number forty key resembling natural justice a listing immortal images of the guy that no ransom stance into king by sinyani that is already december three ring in them which is now worse than states into general by neither here the single league destined in the morning of december the agencies rave listing minamoto images gotta.

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"maseko" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on RobinLynne

"December three stay me now modality mitch secondseeded guy that gallison stance in into by now lackey's signals that is already gear disseminate natural citizenry stay menem morning each his knee now that rao addresses the'seed the general by not as normal and will then anaemia must a more subtle men aboard a new need navigator focus se beal saturday the may meet at us domingo disaster yes in me meant that he no they holed up inside of is the rudest cb they'll hit islamic had a bit of fake that key it'll than ever at wnyc levy that panama ghetto bulls and beat that that they mean as that a guy lows maseko more yet if it'll go mortgage mortgage law more ideal signal dog in was the send me meant they said as me by saddle me full glued amy percent thus if them in waterboarded they mcconnell said they get august them more together beyond mustn't headache so like you'll not boesak it is the cd kit as enemy nausea banning advocacy deferral get bored be said illuminate must study also seek the would ask me nadia said he had only mosley joso he deaths than the number forty key resembling natural justice a listing immortal images of the guy that no ransom stance into king by sinyani that is already december three ring in them which is now worse than states into general by neither here the single league destined in the morning of december the agencies rave listing minamoto images gotta.

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"maseko" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Going to look at dowden the fact that he hasn't even talk to column about it you know that's what schnabel metallica is going to compiles maseko was don't touch dr because the glenn so unless someone suffering i think of battery hero thinking myself i don't wanna change anything here although we will see dot substitution vieira this will be the first of its three moods of battery this does enter the game at video assistant referee that's one that perhaps would have been looked at before play continued next thursday with your city lacey a minnesota at night at anke stadium built be offline domestic where as announcers will be given some indications as to how the place might have gone it will be disclosed on air but uh we're getting very very close as a play resumes batter rita there's a big conference sir bobby airbnb morad's is translated for patrick vieira's fear is giving data rita instructions so battery is definitely going to enter this game rebels with a throw it a deep in their own an and hallett polk should away along with the help of great years herrera herrera will take a rightfooted shot treat of bet did passed a leader luiz role bliss front off the near post tough shot by her rare goes wide right here comes battery and it's going to be for robbed the wildest so he's going to play in that left the which position at like wallace does so well they'll be a lot of defensive responsibilities to then that smart that's what i was waiting for that i thought that was going to happen i was hoping up in sweat was going to bait was going to pay the price this was he's done well there's really not all that much danger come his way as well but rodney wallis has done so much work remembered for his up his oh sandy's common very very depots hoping bids was limit given us some room to operate thereby he's worked extremely hard and moderators going to continue that so yes and attacking substitution that i like that sweat the aforementioned plays a nice acura ball back to sean johnson under pressure johnson able to clear rebels have it arron long aaron longwe moussa i gotta a hairstyle.

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"maseko" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"maseko" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"Over seven hundred experts policymakers and great urban think his all had for the forum calling in prague to discuss such challenge already andrew talk has being obese era and lead took advantage well whenever he a time to speak to always interesting individuals attending this event and one of them was adjourned louis maseko is the deputy mayor of paris antirace what he told under about how perez us to adapt following terry incidents like the one cnn niece or london first of all in halle son and i think that would be the same in london we have a lot of a policeman and military people woking was time and so on salt the ons of the security forces has to be at a higher level if we want to discourage heroism another example is or a system of control at the end herself seattle's all stadium so you have a long queue longer fis of people waiting for ans runs and it's a new vision nearby ability to as these people this is why for example web decided to build bless wall around the two i fail in order to protect the choice and of course it will change the luke of the offense tower so we ave aware of that all these new taylor release tweets and hondruan lunch change the look of the city for example when we have decided to make the sean cities a open to the industry ans one sunday for months we had the long conversations with a picture of the police was a police officers in order to see how to protect people from the codes like in london on niece and uh we we know of new kind of i dunno the world or deceit brock's very strong blocks which protect older streets of the city and so you see that so is this tweets designed to public space design.

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