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Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Don't Shoot The Messenger

Don't Shoot The Messenger

00:30 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Don't Shoot The Messenger

"It's well known by now that women and people of color are disproportionately targeted for abuse on sites like twitter particularly if they are journalists or purporting to hold any authority or expertise on basically any topic this month right advocacy group pen. America released a report titled no excuse for abuse what social media companies can do now to combat online harassment and empower uses. They have a number of really interesting suggestions as to how twitter and facebook and the gang can address the problem of abusive behavior for instance that in the cases of extreme abuse. These sites should create an sos button uses could activate to trigger safety mode and gain access to an emergency off-line. Another interesting suggestion is that users should be able to assemble rapid response team so that you can have trusted allies. Who can jump in and help you when you're under attack online. Of course it's pretty insane that we should have to be talking about these kinds of safety measures that all but welcome to social media and twenty twenty one. I was interested in the idea of being able to assemble your own gang to help you online because it mirrors some of the strategies currently being trialed by local body. My name is steph snow. I'm from the center of analytics and behavioral change director dialogue facilitation. The center does which is just recently established is it. Looks into miss intimation. Disinformation anxious to general that the kind of divisiveness. That's going on in social media. Remember bell pottenger. The notorious british piaf off them hide by the gupta's to go on twitter and to foster support for the gupta family distrust of mainstream media and anger about white monopoly capital. Well as colleagues started thinking. What if we could take those tactics and use them for very different purposes but have been particularly involved in trying to see how these tools that bell pottenger the advertising industry and other people use to manipulate. Sentiment and election outcomes extre. How can we use these tools. To support social justice soup to support civil society and to support health steph says these kinds of interventions are urgently needed because of african social media is pretty crazy at the moment in south africa. At the moment social media is a bit of a war zone And right knowledge surround the whole readily conomic transformation narrative and its opposite wife monopoly capital narrative general social media in south africa really being used divisively by many groups is groups operating in all sorts of different spaces with different agendas. It's a very hostile place. And it is full of disinformation misinformation. People are fighting for their political lives and others for money and others to stay out of jail and social media has become a new battleground for that stuff. What the center for analytics and behavioral changes interested in is exactly what it says on the tin it analyzes the data and then sees it can use that to promote behavioral change in this case in the direction of greater social cohesion and general civility steph. Explains that they'll choose an issue like xenophobia and take a deep dive into what that conversation looks like online. Who's saying watt and who the loudest voices on. Eventually we come out with all the people who for argument's sake who are promoting xenophobia on the one side and all the people who are defending against. Nfl be on the other side. And we we call them antagonists and protagonists so what we doing is we siding with the protagonists. They are on side for us. In social justice perspective so we. We're involved in amplifying contributions and motivating and recruiting them and this consistently over months and forcibly years the troll. We heard earlier that australian guy mock he was part of a coordinated toiling network. Who'd message each other about who to target and then all pile in on the victims. What steph center is doing sort of similar but opposite they using those coordination techniques to give support to people online. Who are trying to counter the a phobia misogyny racism and so on to their posts his stuff explaining that online interventions around gender based violence. How it worked. is this long stare. The rapes and murders of we may need And others A lot of men who responded that were very upset about that and we were able to see who these men are and we found them and then we spoke to them and the first thing we did was to catch up in their timelines and just to say to them. We see you and we stand by you. In in other words we were trying to create curiosity as opposed to heart cells and there was obviously a website they could go to and in that website has a whole lot of information and different bits of training and insight into how to do something about misogyny as opposed to just saying you unhappy with it. So what we're trying to do. Is we trying to get all those men who are ready. Onside we trying to motivate them further to take further action in their communities in in their immediate communities and their families and we're encouraging them to do that. In many many different ways we providing them with all sorts of information and resources to do that and then potentially providing them with peer support. Because we know that all on we can hook them up together and then this happens over a persistent period of time and as we go along we keep scraping social media and we keep having more and more men that joined the bell. Pongy comparison is actually quite apt. It seemed to me that what stephanie's colleagues doing is also manipulating the online conversation but using their powers for good..

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Filmmaker Finds An Unlikely Underwater Friend In 'My Octopus Teacher'

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00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Filmmaker Finds An Unlikely Underwater Friend In 'My Octopus Teacher'

"Of the most heartwarming films of 2020 was about the relationship between our next guest filmmaker Craig Foster and an octopus he befriended while diving off the Western Cape of South Africa. Foster had burned out from years of working on arduous nature films and decided he needed a reset. He vowed that he would dive without a wet suit her oxygen tank every day for a year into the chilly waters of his youth and explore the kelp forest, an ecosystem teaming with life. It was there that he gained the trust of an octopus who allowed him into its world where Foster discovered things about its life and his own. Foster's film called My Octopus Teacher, has been nominated for an Oscar and is available on Netflix.

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Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:33 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"In 1981 in apartheid South Africa, where young recruit must complete two years of mandatory military service fighting against those who want to get rid of the country's segregated racist policies. Oliver Hermanus is the director of Mafia and he joins me now. Welcome to the program. Hi. How are you? I am well, Can you tell us first about what Muffy means and how the term is used. The temple fees is a derogatory word in Afrikaans, so weapon of shame, used to criticize or humiliate men for lack of masculinity and eventually sort of stretched itself into becoming a derogatory word to imply that you were gay. But instead of original function in its potency kind of related to heterosexual men as well. So in the setting of our form all these young boys to go to the army being called a Morpheus. The thing you don't want to be called If, in fact you are gay. He was sort of We have double potency and obviously be engaging the party. It was illegal, so being called him off. He had had a lot of risk attached to it. E mean you grew up in South Africa and are openly gay, but you didn't grow up in the era, which we see in the movie. What moved you to tell this story now? It was a very complex journey for me because I was born in 83, this movie set in 81. I am not a white South Africa and mixed race South Africans so my childhood was so living alive under a party. My parents lived the majority of their lives oppressed by a party it and so as a form director being asked to make my first, the party said form and for that form to be An investigation of the trauma off white men during a party. It was quite a tall ask for somebody like myself. So that was the original hurdle from he was going. Why me? Why this story And I guess In the end, I realized that It was also this faction of men who experienced something that relates to being oppressed by a system that they weirdly shouldn't other senses have benefited from, and so our lead character is as much illegal in certain ways as other members of society of Time. I mean, what's extraordinary about this is that young men were sent off its 16 that is incredibly young. Yeah. And Most of the military training is seen through the main character, Nicholas is perspective. And it is brutal. Can you describe the kinds of techniques and practices that were used on actual men in those two years? So we really were quite ferocious about research and so many of the scenes that we show in the form of how they get stripped of the individuality and they're sort of identity is very much what would happen and it's a sort of standard kind of military thing to do. On DSA, so it would be about humiliation would be about beating out any kind of political attitudes. Any kind of intellectualism, obviously of sexuality. That was the issue, but you were not allowed to be a free thinking person. The other thing I guess to remember about the legalities of this construction was that you were property of the state for these two years. If you were killed under their watchful died, there was no recourse for your family to pursue the government in any way As someone who is mixed race. I want to ask you about how the racism is portrayed in this film. I mean, the only time the viewer sees black people is when they're being brutalized. What led you to that choice? I was very determined to position the audience in the headspace of the racist White South Africa. If you were a young, white, personal, white boy or white teenager. White man. Your interaction with black people was the kinds of interactions that we show in this form where black people were there for you to abuse or her or exploit or humiliate or harm. So it's an uncomfortable position to put an audience in, particularly in this time in history, But I think it was necessary as a person who's experienced racism many different times in my life to demonstrate that to a white audience that would see this form. This is what racism looks like. Many of the young men trained in indoctrinated in the apartheid era propaganda are still alive and they're still around. Are they part of the conversation in South Africa today around race? You know, they said it's Africa's a country full of people. With all the laws change the party. It went away the welcomed in the new president and in a new country, But the people were still the same people who were there the day before SAfrica became a Democratic state. I think that making a full about the trauma of these men who are still alive and well, I was always a challenge because I could never say for certainty that that generation of man have been in a way reformed or that the ideas of the kind of Pressed into their heads during the conscription are not still lingering. That's the question of the form poses since this is about white people. What do you think white people in South Africa or elsewhere? Even here, where the legacy of segregation and racism that is still alive and well exists. What do you think they would get out of a film like this? It's a difficult phone for white South Africans. You know it zoo confronting form. It's a form that is saying to these men who went to the army, although it was technically against their world that some of the things you did. It has a lot of the things you did. Were criminal and active of human rights atrocity. So it Z hard won here. We're a country with on some level with trying to bold new bonds and connect as a society and in a way that doesn't hold onto the past. But in some senses, we also have to acknowledge the past, I think for black South Africans What a form like Murphy does is kind of just give them a little bit of insight into what things might have looked like on the other side and realizing that perhaps there was more dimension to that It's not like every single white South African man who went to this army was an absolute racist. I mean, it's interesting what you're saying that you know whether you're white or whether you're black. You're gonna Perhaps draw different lessons from this and that is the place of art to contribute to that, Um, I wondered where you see the residents to what is happening and has happened here. When we premiered Morphine 2019 at the Venice Film Festival. A few days before a premiere. A woman had been murdered in South Africa in Cape Town. She had gone to the post office and very innocently had asked the man behind the desk, and he told her to come back a couple of hours later for the parcel that she was expecting and He ended up killing her actually on the property of that post office. It was this horrific, sort of gender based act of violence that sent a shock wave through the country. And it had that kind of residence where there was a moment of pause about the nature of being a woman in South Africa off of any real race. But particularly you were a black woman, and that there was the biggest march against gender based violence in South Africa on the very same day that are formed printed in Venice. Win. George Floyd was murdered. It felt the same to me. It felt that crime had been committed in America, which had just created this extreme moment of pause. Where the question right now that Americans are having to ask themselves, I guess across all of different cultures and ethnicities and races is going. What is it that unites us? How is it that we connect with one another in a way that is Without prejudice, and without without a sense of inherent. See that dictates that we treat each other as less or more. Oliver Hermanus is the director of morphine. It is now in select theaters and available on video on demand. And, of course, digitally. Thank you.

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Brazilian And South African Covid-19 Variants Detected In Los Angeles

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01:13 min | 3 d ago

Brazilian And South African Covid-19 Variants Detected In Los Angeles

"Cases being reported not only county is holding study, but the county is Seymour sickness is caused by covert variants. Public health officials this week confirmed the first case of the South African strain and the first three local infections involving the Brazilian mutation. That's according to L, a county's public health director, Barbara for rare CDC is classified. The South Africa and Brazil variance as variants of concern because they're potentially associated with increased transmissibility and reduce susceptibility to certain therapeutics. Pereira says there are probably many more cases of the variance President the county and that's in addition to growing numbers of the UK and California strains Track five public health officials. 84% of the variants sequences past week are variants of concern with the probability of increased transmission, transmissibility and even more disease, more severe disease. There is some good news on the very in front, though the vaccines seem to work very well against the California strains, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The only times reports those variants accounted for more than a half of all new infections the state between late February and mid March.

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Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:32 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"Hazy, but it's coming into focus. I see Ah, conversation with an epidemiologist tomorrow on morning edition. It's about why some Americans fear getting a krone virus vaccine more than they fear getting covert 19. Tune in by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. The film Mafia is set in 1981 in apartheid South Africa, where a young recruit must complete two years of mandatory military service fighting against those who want to get rid of the country's segregated racist policies. Oliver Hermanus is the director of Muffy and he joins me now. Welcome to the program. Hi. How are you? I am well, Can you tell us first about what Muffy means and how the term is used. 10 more fees is a derogatory word in Afrikaans. So we're kind of shame, used to criticize or humiliate men for lack of masculinity and eventually sort of stretched itself into becoming a derogatory word to imply that you were gay. But in this sort of original function in its potency kind of related to heterosexual men as well. So in the fitting of our form, all these young boys would go to the army being called a more fees. I think you don't want to be called But if in fact you are gay, it was sort of. We have double potency and obviously be engaging a party. It was illegal. So being called him off. He had had a lot of risk attached to it. Mm e mean you grew up in South Africa and are openly gay, but you didn't grow up in the era, which we see in the movie. What moved you to tell this story now? It's a very complex journey for me because I was born in 83 this movie set in 81. I am not a white South Africa and I'm mixed race South Africans So my childhood was so living alive under a party. My parents lived the majority of their lives oppressed by a party it and so as a form director being asked to make my first apart, it set form and for that form to be An investigation of the trauma of white men during a party and it was quite a tall ask for somebody like myself. So that was original hurdle for me was going. Why me? Why the story And I guess In the end, I realized that It was also this faction of men who experienced something that relates to being oppressed by a system that they weirdly shouldn't other senses have benefited from, and so our lead character is as much illegal in certain ways as other members of the society of the time. I mean, what's extraordinary about this is that young men were sent off its 16 that is incredibly young. Yeah. And Most of the military training is seen through the main character, Nicholas is perspective. And it is brutal. Can you describe the kinds of techniques and practices that were used on actual men in those two years? So we really were quite ferocious about research and so many of the scenes that we show in the form of how they get stripped of the individuality and they're sort of identity is very much what would happen and it's a sort of standard kind of military. Thing to do on DSA, so it would be about humiliation would be about beating out any kind of political attitudes. Any kind of intellectualism, obviously so sexuality that was the issue, but you were not allowed to be a free thinking person. The other thing I guess to remember about the legalities of this conscription was that you were property of the state for these two years. If you were killed under their watchful died, there was no recourse for your family to pursue the government in any way As someone who is mixed race. I want to ask you about how the racism is portrayed in this film. I mean, the only time the viewer sees black people's when they're being brutalized. What led you to that choice? I was very determined to position the audience in the headspace of the racist White South Africa. If you were a young, white person or white boy or white teenager, white man, your interaction with black people was the kinds of interactions that we show in this form where black people were there for you to abuse or hurt or exploit or humiliate or harm. So it's an uncomfortable position to put an audience in, particularly in this time in history, But I think it was necessary as a person who's experienced racism many different times in my life to demonstrate that to a white audience that would see this form. This is what racism looks like. Many of the young men trained in indoctrinated in the apartheid era propaganda are still alive and they're still around. Are they part of the conversation in South Africa today around race? You know, they always said it's Africa's a country full of people. With all the laws change the party. It went away. We welcomed in the new president and in a new country, But the people were still the same people who were there the day before SAfrica became a Democratic state. I think that making a full about the trauma of these men who are still alive and well, I was always a challenge because I could never say for certainty that that generation of man have been in a way reformed or that the ideas of the kind of Pressed into their heads during the conscription are not the lingering. That's the question of the form poses since this is about white people. What do you think white people in South Africa or elsewhere? Um, even here, where the legacy of segregation and racism that is still alive and well exists. What do you think they would get out of a film like this? It's a difficult phone for white South Africans. You know it, Z confronting form. It's a form that is saying to these men who went to the army, although it was technically against their world. That some of the things you did, or perhaps a lot of the things you did were criminal and acts of of human rights atrocity. So it Z hard one. We're a country with on some level. We're trying to bold new bonds and connect as a society and in a way that doesn't hold onto the past. But in some instances, we also have to acknowledge the past. I think for black South Africans, what a form like Murphy does is kind of just give them a little bit of insight into what things might have looked like on the other side and realizing that perhaps there was more dimension to that. It's not like every single whites African man who went to this army. Was an absolute racist. I mean, it's interesting what you're saying that you know whether you're white or whether you're black. You're gonna Perhaps draw different lessons from this and that is the place of art to contribute to that, Um, I wondered where you see the residents to what is happening and has happened here. When we premiered Morphine 2019 at the Venice Film Festival. A few days before our premiere, a woman had been murdered in South Africa in Cape Town. She had gone to the post office and very innocently had asked the man behind the desk, and he told her to come back a couple of hours later for the parcel that she was expecting and He ended up killing her actually on the property of that post office. It was this horrific, sort of gender based act of violence that sent a shock wave through the country, and it had that kind of Residence where there was a moment of pause about the nature of being a woman in South Africa off any real race. But particularly you're a black woman, and that there was the biggest march against gender based violence in South Africa on the very same day that are formed premiered in Venice. Win. George Floyd was murdered. It felt the same to me. It felt that crime had been committed in America, which had just created this extreme moment of pause where The question right now that Americans are having to ask themselves, I guess across all of different cultures and ethnicities and races is going. What is it that unites us? How is it that we connect with one another in a way that is without prejudice and without without a sense of inherent see that dictates that we treat each other as less or more. Oliver Hermanus is the director of Muffy. It is now in select theaters and available on video on demand. And, of course, digitally. Thank you so much.

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South Africa Under Fire Over Resale of AstraZeneca Vaccines

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00:41 sec | Last week

South Africa Under Fire Over Resale of AstraZeneca Vaccines

"Africa has sold the one million doses of the astra zeneca corona virus vaccine that got earlier this year after a study showed it offers minimal protection against mild and moderate cases of the south african variant but ishmael fundy globe reports. Many are criticizing the sale. Many south africans argue the vaccine could have been given to high risk individuals as it would protect them against severe disease. The government opted to roll out the country's vaccination program using johnson and johnson vaccine so africa has the highest number of recorded covid nineteen cases and debts on the african continent. Ishmael fantastic love reporting

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Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

01:24 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People

"Hello welcome to this. Week's episode of israel's biography podcast. I am maddie the host of the show before we dive into this week's episode. Let's look at somebody of last two weeks. Episodes nelson mandela was born on july eighteenth. Nineteen eating and the name of his word. South africa was ruled. All white gunman consisted mostly of vicious. The black people in south africa did not even how warning rights so when the white people force them to work under inhuman conditions they couldn't do anything when nelson mandela lost. His father died after that he started living with the king of the mobile when he was at the royal palace. The eldest game digging dolan stories are paul. His ancestors fought against britishers. His ancestors live in harmony with nature and chad the water and land with everybody. The white people in south africa took everything for themselves. But even after listening to the stories nelson mandela did not hit the british. He thought of them as saviors who -education and other facilities to sorta one after listening to these stories. Listen manila did fall in love. with south. african culture nelson. Manila wanted to become an interpreter after he grew up at those times. These are the best jobs of black men. Could ima hopeful so nelson mandela joined the city of fort in nineteen thirty nine. The study be in the second year. The university he was elected as a member of the students representative council halwa. Everything's from this position fighting against a locally in the university as well as the lack of pua of the students representative council so the university sent him. Home will don't home. The king threatened to getting married if you did not it onto the university so feeling gone on monday laurent away from home. Your phone work as an in a lawful in johannesburg decided. He experienced all the racism some crime and pollution. That sort of regards rife with so the african national congress and the communist peppy. Fighting against these problems caught his attention that vote. He started at ending communist party gatherings meanwhile he finished his correspondence then joined a law college to study law since he was the one lee laxed. He says cbs's so he joined the african national congress. The party that was fighting for blacks rights the minding thirty four to hundred forty eight photoshop to go a little bit. The gentle party which mostly consisted of british holloway in the nineteen forty general elections. The national party which consisted mostly of borders. The other category of white people in south africa won the elections. You media and coming to bubble the national policy of apartheid but policy imposed thickness lesions on black south africans. Got into this policy. Black people could not even enter areas designated as white south africa moreover this is like hospitals ambulances frames except blah mistake it for the white and the blacks the facilities meant for the black where your workload and poorly maintained hollower the battery billions of the god did not even have any rates and fight against his operas measures in their own country so the african national congress the party to nelson mandela belong to fight agencies policy measures make politely petitioning and listing the gunman who change its policy but nelson mandela and other you saying the mets immigrate created the african national congress. You'd league in one thousand nine forty that african national congress adopted its wings policies of noncooperation and boycott against the gone. One little nelson. Manila was made the president of the youth wing of the african national congress. Hallway this is a positive changes slave completely. hold it. He minson manila and south africa. Find out in..

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South Africa sells AstraZeneca doses to other AU nations

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00:39 sec | Last week

South Africa sells AstraZeneca doses to other AU nations

"The one million doses of the astra zeneca corona virus vaccine. Got this year after a study showed it offers minimal protection against mild and moderate cases of the south african variant but ishmael phoned equal reports. Many are criticizing the sale. Many south africans argue the vaccine could have been given to high risk individuals as it would protect them against severe disease. The government of to roll out the country's vaccination program using the johnson and johnson vaccine so lucky guy has the highest number of recorded covid nineteen cases and debts on the african continent ishmael and equal reporting in. Florida

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Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on WBUR Programming

WBUR Programming

00:50 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on WBUR Programming

"Her actually on the property of that post office. It was this horrific, sort of gender based act of violence that sent a shock wave through the country. And it had that kind of residence where there was a moment of pause about the nature of being a woman in South Africa off of any real race. But particularly you were a black woman, and that there was the biggest march against gender based violence in South Africa on the very same day that are formed committee in Venice. When George Floyd was murdered. It felt the same to me. It felt that crime had been committed in America, which had just created this extreme moment of pause where The question right now that Americans are having to ask themselves, I guess across all of different cultures and ethnicities and races is going. What is it that unites us? How is it that we connect with one another in a way that is without prejudice and without without a sense of inherent see that dictates that we treat each other as less or more. Oliver Hermanus is the director of Muffy. It is now in select theaters and available on video on demand..

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CDC director warns of a coming spike in Covid-19 case counts

Quick News Daily Podcast

02:14 min | Last week

CDC director warns of a coming spike in Covid-19 case counts

"Biden and cdc director rochelle will inskeep. Were both pleading with americans yesterday not to let their guard down against covert while the vaccines are taking place. Director will linski used the phrase impending doom about where she sees the covert case numbers trending. They're on the rise. Even though vaccinations are happening so of course because she used the phrase impending doom. That's what the media ran with for all of their headlines even though that's like that's not the point the real gist of her statement that we're close to the end but restrictions are probably easing up too quickly and we're letting our guard down. We sort of feel like it's the end so or not seeing it through. So there's this increase. In cases she got emotional saying it. Because it's actually personal for her. She was treating covert patients before she became. Cdc director so she was drawing on her time treating patients who ended up just dying alone because they had cove and their family couldn't be with them another layer to this. Is that the more. The virus spreads the more chances it has to replicate environs are terrible at replicating themselves so they make mistakes in their dna. which is what leads to the variants. So essentially the more time it has to spread the more time it replicates in the ultimate fear is that it replicates to a point where vaccines don't protect us now. I don't know. I'm not ready to go that far just yet because psychologically people are just gonna get burnt out of hearing. We're all gonna die from some new cova development every single week like our brains can only handle and be nervous and anxious about so many things that eventually. It's just gonna burn out. Also vaccines are robust. They're strong and they protect so much better than a normal immune response they are one of those super vaccines so far and they have protected us against every variant to this point that said we have been close to that escape variant. I think is what they call it where it evades Debates are vaccines. We got close to that with a south africa variant. Because it's not really clear how well that's working with astrazeneca and now the one in brazil is apparently pretty troubling. So we're sort of playing with fire here and the longer we take people vaccines the more dangerous it becomes for all of us and that means worldwide. Not just us. We have to be concerned about places like brazil. We don't have enough vaccines which has got let the virus persist and as we've really seen this year we truly are all in this

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University of Washington COVID-19 Death Projections Show Increase By July

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University of Washington COVID-19 Death Projections Show Increase By July

"1st increasing for the first time in weeks by about 300 to more than 5800 people, I Hmm. Is dark. Rollie Mark, Dad says. Right now we face two evils variants that escaped the vaccine and the UK variant winning the battle for predominance evil. This winning right now is that for us simply because the vaccines are highly effective against mark that says the next concern then becomes whether the South Africa or Brazil variants get a foothold before winter. I'm Charlie Harder. Dr. Jeff Duchin with Seattle King County Public Health, says the fourth wave of covert

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The Latest: Michigan reports coronavirus variant from Brazil

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00:42 sec | Last week

The Latest: Michigan reports coronavirus variant from Brazil

"There's some worrisome news from the nation's latest covert hot spot Michigan has had the nation's highest infection rate in the past week now the state is confirming its first case of a variant identified in Brazil it was found in a resident of bay county where health officials are investigating the person's exposure history the state health department says the Brazilian variant is considered more contagious than other strains variance first identified in Britain and South Africa have also shown up there Michigan's health director is urging residents to do what works to slow the spread of the virus wear masks socially distance avoid crowds wash hands and get back the needed everyone in the state will be eligible starting Monday I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Pfizer: Vaccine effective up to 6 months later

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00:35 sec | Last week

The Latest: Pfizer: Vaccine effective up to 6 months later

"Fizer has got some new information about its coronavirus vaccine Fizer says it's ongoing study finds its vaccine is one hundred percent effective against severe disease ninety one percent effective against symptomatic disease even six months after the second dose and there are no serious safety concerns as Fizer which made the announcement with its partner by on tech companies say the vaccine also appears to work against a variant first detected in South Africa the Fizer vaccine is authorized for those sixteen years old and older I made a fall away

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Pfizer says vaccine protection lasts at least 6 months after second shot

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00:33 sec | Last week

Pfizer says vaccine protection lasts at least 6 months after second shot

"Makers own research offers a fresh look at how long protection from the coronavirus might last. CBS is Kamiya McCormick. A lot of researchers are looking into how long these vaccines protect us and whether we'll need booster shots. Advisor said this morning, it's vaccine is more than 91% effective for at least six months. The company has been studying thousands of fully vaccinated people in the months after they got their second shots. The company says its vaccine also proved to be very effective against the variant. First detective in South Africa variants have been another concern of health experts.

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New study of Pfizer vaccine finds it's effective against South African variant

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | Last week

New study of Pfizer vaccine finds it's effective against South African variant

"The company says trials suggest it's vaccine is effective against a variant that first emerged in South Africa. Advisor says a new company study shows the vaccine more than 90% effective Six months after volunteers got their second dose. The drug maker says the new data likely is sufficient for the vaccine to meet full FDA approval criteria. Vaccinations are now available for anyone

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Rev. Jesse Jackson calls for boycotts against new Georgia voting laws

Chicago Tonight

00:28 sec | Last week

Rev. Jesse Jackson calls for boycotts against new Georgia voting laws

"Civil rights leader. Reverend jesse jackson says the sports and entertainment industries should boycott georgia over its restrictive new voting law inserting deleted disenfranchised the the other doing but join the second. Delete that we must fight back. Jackson is calling on major league baseball. The find a new home for the twenty twenty one all star game currently set to play in atlanta and compared georgia to apartheid south africa

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World Leaders Call for an International Treaty to Combat Future Pandemics

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | Last week

World Leaders Call for an International Treaty to Combat Future Pandemics

"More than 20. World leaders are calling for a new international treaty to help deal with future pandemics in an article published in newspapers worldwide, the leaders including those of South Korea, South Africa and several European countries, right that Corona virus has posed the biggest challenge to the global community since the Second World War. Pandemic, the leaders warn, is a stark reminder that no one is safe until everyone

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World leaders call for international pandemic treaty

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | Last week

World leaders call for international pandemic treaty

"More than 20. World leaders are calling for a new international treaty to help deal with future pandemics in an article published in newspapers worldwide, the leaders including those of South Korea, South Africa and several European countries, right that Corona virus has posed the biggest challenge to the global community since the Second World War. Pandemic, the leaders warn, is a stark reminder that no one is safe until everyone

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World Leaders Call for Global Treaty to Tackle Future Pandemics

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | Last week

World Leaders Call for Global Treaty to Tackle Future Pandemics

"More than 20. World leaders are calling for a new international treaty to help deal with future pandemics in an article published in newspapers worldwide, the leaders including those of South Korea, South Africa and several European countries, right that Corona virus has posed the biggest challenge to the global community since the Second World War. Pandemic, the leaders warn, is a stark reminder that no one is safe until everyone

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World Leaders Call for Global Treaty To Fight Future Pandemics

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | Last week

World Leaders Call for Global Treaty To Fight Future Pandemics

"Leaders are calling for a new international treaty to help deal with future pandemics in an article published in newspapers worldwide, the leaders including those of South Korea, South Africa, Several European countries right that the Corona virus has posed the biggest global challenge since the second World War. Neither the US nor China are among the signatures. Jonathan Blake reports. They warn that covert 19 has been a stark and painful reminder that nobody is safe until everyone is safe and commit to ensuring universal and equitable access to safe efficacious and affordable vaccines, medicines and diagnostics tensions over vaccine

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Leaders call for pandemic preparedness treaty

BBC World Service

00:43 sec | Last week

Leaders call for pandemic preparedness treaty

"Leaders are calling for a new international treaty to help deal with future pandemics in an article published in newspapers worldwide, the leaders including those of South Korea, South Africa, Several European countries right that the Corona virus has posed the biggest global challenge since the second World War. Neither the US nor China are among the signatures. Jonathan Blake reports. They warn that covert 19 has been a stark and painful reminder that nobody is safe until everyone is safe and commit to ensuring universal and equitable access to safe efficacious and affordable vaccines, medicines and diagnostics tensions over vaccine

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Ships Start to Move in Suez Canal After Ever Given Freed

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:00 min | Last week

Ships Start to Move in Suez Canal After Ever Given Freed

"In the sewers Canal. That's a novelty have toe the dislodging of the giant ever given container ship at least three vessels now moving, according to ship tracking data. Shipping agent G. A. C said there were 437 ships waiting to transit through the waterway Guy Platon is international Chamber of Shipping secretary general. And he told US shipping rates certainly going to spike as scores of delayed cargo ships resume their voyage down the service canal. That's gonna take some time for everything to re balance itself out, and that's gonna affect the rates going forward, But without a doubt, we have essentially a week of no train for the sewers. That ships, which are rooting down past the south south coast of South Africa, gave a good horn on that's adding a week or so onto the their journeys Plus of the ladies here now, so this ripple through the supply chain we're gonna feel for some time to come up here. Yes, and buy some time. Shipping experts and tips. Anticipate is going to be weeks before things get back to normal. Thanks to these disrupted schedules. Federal Reserve Governor

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Living with albinism: Navigating issues of identity, race and beauty

The Comb

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Living with albinism: Navigating issues of identity, race and beauty

"This weekend starting eastern then heading south to explore the very different experiences of two young women living with albany in tanzania and south africa in coral aniline. Whatever most people have meant they think we are more fragile than we look that. I can't do heavy jobs. I can't i can go have a haircuts. Maybe the scissors will cheer my skin. They think that this fragile a like beans. I suppose to be handled with extreme care that things that we cannot do that normal people normal according to them can do. Pitcher and corey is listing. Some of the things people misunderstand about him she's twenty and based in darussalam and the idea of what is or it. Normal is when she's grappled with all her life. She tells me about something that happened after she just given birth to her first daughter. Here when you when you have given birth aunties and you know other relatives come to see you and one particular anti who is a nurse. By the way came into the hospital room. Went straight to the baby's caught just that the baby alien she was like. Oh how nice you give birth to normal one say okay. You know in my head optimized wally expecting so that's normal as normal. I dunno comments like that have flooded could picture far back as kindergarten. When she first realized she was different. Only me and my younger brother had outing into so the whole school. They're black and on me and my brother. Our you know caucasian skin

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"south africa" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

03:04 min | Last month

"south africa" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

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"south africa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"So people know exactly what survivor. South africa is in this inauguration. What they're about six months. And so i started off as a condom produce on survives. A lack of season off failed to actually take part in season. Two and i started off as a user on season. Three four and five being to a high eight years from two thousand fifteen twenty seventeen off. Production action company got the rights to produce survivor through which the broad cost inside africa to pay pay tv broadcaster. And we actually Got the rights to produce the show and we produce season. Six seven announced these eight. I'm the creative produce on the show as well as the series director and a super fan on top of that. Yeah and another thing that people might not know they nothing following this journey. We say we're not s because the violence south africa immunity island is a little bit of a miracle season for so many reasons. I need and i would encourage anyone who hasn't who wasn't true. The deep dive and we did with larue over a year ago now which has like all of his interests some incredible inside there from such a unique perspective on but at the time we had finished the seventh season island of secrets. And we didn't have regular renewal this season. And we've said like it's going to happen when not if.

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"south africa" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:56 min | 7 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Stories are more today you're on the world. I'm Marco Werman. This is the world. Glad you could make it here. We begin the show today in South Africa with an advertisement that has sparked real anger there. It's a hair care. Add that many people say is racist protests against a company behind have already forced some of its retail outlets to close the world's Halima Conde starts us off with that story. Even Fubu decided she was done chemically straightening her hair almost a decade ago but despite being a black woman in South Africa that wasn't an easy decision back then in your natural curly hair was pretty unpopular. Buffoon says thought she didn't have the money to street in her hair with a chemical relax her or get a we've or wig from people I thought I'd fallen on hard times and. couldn't afford is lexa anymore and you. Look people kept asking me when I do my head that Miss Cooper kept up with it. She started a now popular blog called natural sisters in her video. She gives instructions on creating intricate black hairstyles breeds locked in twists her videos now get thousands of views in soup out gets compliments on her beautiful hair. Now, with more your views, I, love to hear I love your hairstyle and even when you go out with Chunky please check you brave the more positive compliment than the negative ones that I was carrying. It's a sign of how much things have changed when it comes to natural. Hair in South Africa. This is why Mukuba was. So surprised to see an ad that seemed to demean it. The advertisement was hosted on the website of clicks a major retail train in South Africa. It pictured a black woman on one side with natural curly hair that was labeled dry damaged frizzy and Dole, and then a white woman with blonde straight hair labeled fine flat and normal mclucas. Food says the AD was hurtful overused sending a message that Caucasian? Hey, that is straight and Bouncy is normal, and then the other here that you said is damaged obviously is abnormal and in a country where. The. Blacks are the majority. The ad sparked an angry reaction on social media and in real life, a political party called the economic freedom fighters said, the ad was racist and called for a boycott of clicks stores Marshall to the meany is party leader. Who made all? Of. Dozens of stores on Monday were forced to close down by protesters.

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"south africa" Discussed on Don't Shoot The Messenger

Don't Shoot The Messenger

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Don't Shoot The Messenger

"From within the industry is there as far as the larger more established publishing companies consent. We are all deeply aware of the fact that things need to change and that change must happen foster now company as i'm sure in other companies. There's a great sense of urgency that we need to transform the children's book landscape and the disney to figure out how. Because it's not that we do not want to we want to. We need to is just a matter of establishing Standing in our way one of these factors is the bottom line. If you listen to conversations they doubt that these a demont or books written by black for books with black men characters but this demont does unfortunately not result in sales. Mimi says local children's books are haughty ever bestseller list. Books in south africa are of course olsen torius lee expensive what spurred recent push by writers activists and publish to get the government to include books on the list of zero rated products for sale in other words products on which you do not pay value added tax that might help but in a country with thirty percent unemployment. It's not hard to imagine. That books will remain luxury items. As long as widespread poverty assists but fellow publishes gala also makes an interesting point that it's a relatively recent phenomenon for commercial publishes have to take on responsibility some of the issues with grappling with today axing. Something happened in the late eighties. Most of the nineteen way punishing stopped became purely trade and commercial data as opposed to. What publishing is right. It's also being much. Mike cincy mandate. Abc you're all education.

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"I didn't think I thought I wasn't. I thought you were going to make it because he now wasn't that much suspense coughing. That was really good South Africa and I remembered some might. WanNa tell you about retirement South Africa. Okay do you WanNa hear it or you WanNa just talking you saved of weeded in there with all Wanna days of filming Othello. Our God forbid Sun and swim so I went to the Blue Rock War Park and the big Wad park just outside. The outskirts of cat town called a boss from just outside. Rudy's general store eight popped out to sound laws. You know trunks me towel like so rudy says all right Bob. Nah that's it. That's jody is he? You look terrible. You Look at Dental Week pitch today. Where do you think too? It's it's changed Africa. It's not to assault whether you're heading to a soft play area for the feeble bodied St. Naral I'm going to blue route war park. Did you know if it's any good? You Bet Blue Dye got one hundred foot vertical speed slide. That will give you goose. Cogs are not Thaad. Make sure you're wealthy. Cure looking frog legs. Terrible South African. Yeah we'll do rule diesel twenty minute bus ride. I'm they're lovely lovely players. Put me stuff in large engine. Metrics had strep for this big SPE DRIED. This big under foot vertical. Drop that wrote. He was on about. And there's nobody in a lot of people didn't fuzzy undies quite intimidating when he say so the bottom of the stairs to the ride you have to pick up this like potted. Pvc sleeve that you wear like salt like a skirt to soften the impact when you hit the bomb so at the top the last bits this saw ten foot ladder in its onto a platform. And there's a blog there who tells you put the score on releases you down the tubes earthly in our so I get on the platform and shit appointee stick and he presses the the pointy stick against me face. He says tycoon fucking babies. Your brain be lock dog. But what can I do one day? He's GonNa Point you stick and I'm allowing the sharp end of it. You know amazed duty told saw got down on all fours and he says start fading Petty Start Feeding The petty. Abc Sleeve into your Popa. Brick Wall Yogi bear on your well. I do most of star and I stopped feeding the sleeve in San Faster faster. Faster faster speed. Weren't the speed so on. The Arctic shelves are dive right past him down the show. Here is the bottom balls. I and they instantly swell up avocados. All so I've got to get back to me locker to get me stuff and I'm naked. Everyone's laughing at me because my balls American home sound a bit like a dehumidifier might make all right. You know they don't mix annoys anybody anywhere back on the boss. Guilford rubies and see if he's got an emotion painkillers you know for me. Nakas Attala made me feed the Pud. Pvc protective safety skirt into Mitterrand's and he says gang bangers you gonNA fucking love and brew said well what he really made me put the whole universe say that you bet fish to black out of the water last week with Betsy. Kessel Tara up there and three hours apply down local site. You Go fucking love them And then he advised to rub some streaky bacon around. We plums and sleep that night facing the moon right so the next. It's such as Ruby. Can I just apologize for asking if If they make noise Jerry now I know that the the noise of some kind of mechanical element. Yeah declare that with you..

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Story. It's all before. Let's go South Africa on Monday. We told me like in a like a creek. You know lots of Bushes Long Grass Roxanne. Not so we had to have a little talk from award and fellow I about the different types of snacks we might encounter outta reactive. We come across one suitable clothing Blah Blah Blah. Very interesting actually on the the man-fang it turned out just to be. Snag Away. You know. Keep your eyes on the floor for example when you walk because the pull fodder is really lies out in the sun is really well camouflaged so if you see one just walked slowly away right. Sounds PLAUSIBLE OFFER BLACK? Mamba most lethal snake in the world yet. Now interesting that as a very distinct smell like burning rubber. Take that as a warning light burning rubber if you smell lap black Mamba Black Mamba. That's a very interesting Warren inaudible and Burn rubber don't you think is it affects the African Spitting Cobra. Yeah being raised. Its neck up. If you see profits necker covers do not means. It's about to spit. Put your goggles on your eyes right. Retain the information. Don't offer clear be particularly careful near Bush's raw vine or twix neck is called exactly mimics the appearance of less small branch or Twig Disturb BITE yeah. It's actually not. It's actually the smallest of the of the nasty snakes. It's really fin free foot long. But fondly enough is the most lethal on account of the fact that there is no antidote. Is this latent with some comedy. Yeah I fought fillion on me day. Yeah own sits food my smelling for dome. Oh the vine snake nasty and there is no antidote right so we foam your little pace. I'm dragging account with some Beta barrels in it when I got to the right position. The there's a tape on the floor. You know a global the some Beta. That's the end of the shot. Deal about twenty six so obviously. I'm desperate for this and shift fist. Now I won't no. I won't ship fell. Why Yeah I think so. I don't think so the warden Sanita pissing the warden points me to pass through. The Bush says to me walk up the path one hundred yards. I'll say a little clearing. He's a book and he says there's a green flag on the far edge of the clear and a new most fast that flag when you're paying so the smell doesn't go so the smell goes away from the Cro- you know an absolutely no 'cause I'll attract snakes right so I woke up the path star of the person in a boat in the book I in flagging are certainly does atop me shoulder. An fail at the steel knife throat. That's not very nice as steel. And then this a- turn round and this fellow says nor don't turn out just yet so then this fella say done around and don't make fucking found so. I mean antiwar Cadeau he's a Ni- funny specifically requested the Arcade Mouth show. Yeah Yeah they said Pulley Tab to your knees and in such itis well I do. I'm told on the icon option. Is It natty movie dumb? And Rub the onto your Wilbur. So I did right. What me pants down and an an robson Calcutta me and Johnson. You know lie then. He pulls out this long thin plastic show with a twig in it and he takes the rope job. I have no idea this time on the and he takes the cap off of woman and holds it right next to me Johnson. Some would say Douglas said well. A twig starts to move right and I can see. It's not to all its vine snack. Whoa now you now. You glad you knew the information from earlier for the my steadily of all the unwanted or it's headed merges an. It's Tom Stops. Lapin the air. I only compliment us from me dying. Yeah 'cause it 'cause it can smell laycock that he's made me Rabbani. You know stitched right. The air presumably. He thinks that means just like a little mouse or something you know for his a while. I'm thinking this I'm the this. Finally this is at saw disclosed is went in for its fangs to sink in and you know but nothing happens and then I hear sound the sound. What sounds like a man fall the floor so slowly? Open the eyes and sure enough on the floor then for me. It's the blog and he's got a crossbow bolt in his chest. The snakes nowhere be sane. Then I hear the warden Kit Africa your key fatty say Yep I thought it was GonNa thank you so much. Yeah it's a good job fucking pervert and was watching you piddle. I says all right. So that's why you told me to. I the flag here a little hard day. We've been kissing significant fucking love it little? What they're a little hard heart facing hard. Yes so fun Goldfield. Heidi also did this. Blow won't be dead then. Yeah that's what we used Barney. That's GonNa show any significant Barney. That's why the Barney fucking gang bangers you gotTa Love Him. But y you tell anyone about more fucking sacred. I'll rip your fucking ducks out with this. Nineteen sixty spanner said the secret. Self me met. So it's a do you think that's a bit louder movie platoon you. Know Ping of the Waldon's you know kind of the way you said. What was he said something like? I didn't think I was going to make it. Yeah I didn't think I thought I wasn't. I thought you were going to make it because he now wasn't that much suspense coughing..

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Stones. Yeah probably knew the film you've ever met. Yeah so one of the days when I was in South Africa an asset. That's like it's a replica. You know the film Zulu Yeah Son Bags on the outside Wall Holtz and all that. I'm playing soldier waiting for an attack from Zola's all the other soldiers were just like white South African Extras. You know so. That's that's a nice pool of people to Choose Ecstasy from an on the Sofa in the classic period costume. Can you imagine rent? Red Jacket Bash. Like saw job things and black boots. Smart SMART BIA. Because that's what I was appetizers. I'm crouching beyond the sandbag wall with a little plump. Old Richard defrays. Oh Nice NAM and so on action. We have to crouch right down and every time we do. It crouch incomers going pasta truck. I feel sills finger. Stroke the outside of midstretch jodphurs oriented fellow honest. Excuse me rich but I'm so what you doing. And he says he's talking about a say. I'm stroking my trousers. Congestion to my Hannah's. He says she kick around fucking Nannies and I love it. I I said all rights local. This would explain it. I'm really sorry Matt so this cold. Not Cold Beer. You know mom mistaken all that. We'll have to that. We get on quite well. We arranged to meet for breakfast the next morning. Because he's gone on the marine beautifully. Says he'll do breakfast for me. That says Told me the boys blue bull with big bright orange flag saw early the next and maybe where to the Marina. Yeah that's Skopje. Blue Ball. Orange flag cannot say it as a block on the deck. I can say is this Richard. Debate DEFREITAS'S JOKE BOAT. Inaugural Beckons me on board. He opens the door to the Galley points for me to go down. He hasn't said a word right now. Do you think that he hasn't said a word? Because it's like ominous or because I struggled with the accident. I'm not bothered okay. Anyway as I step down he pushes me from beyond that. I fall down the stairs. Yeah I hurt my shoulder all right by me shoulder a very nice place on the body. No so then he says tight you fucking stores over. Push your up to us there mode kind. London shoulder position. So Charles's offer not push my soap to was the then he says. Type this price say okay. That's kind of what you can do. He says I'm GonNA fill your Kennedy. We Lucky Graham. Full fat milk believed to this South Africa. So in this like shock them and start so sorry I should explain. He says he says fully covered look grams was shocked. Because I never fought for one minute. You could get lucky. Grimes and Capetown CRIBS. So is it looking looking jobs at Golden Grab Golden Grahams Charleston just just Angeles Aids lucky charms golden grants. I wouldn't have thought you could get them in. Different culture. Shock are stop feeding the thin obviously if the phone linnea obviously when certainly the golly dolls burst open. And there's Richard defrays with a Taser Paul Levy. Why would so the blow of puts out his skulls round rich and leaves the.

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"South Africa story interested slightly so what I was in South Africa one day. I wasn't film until the evening so I fall. Attack ASCITES Say In tritter the Langa Township in Robben Island Yup with this because there was this minibus just on the road. Capetown to it. You know. That's the authentic catch tone to let us know authentic so competent under our program grew only three of the people on the bus right so middle aged American couple and a little Chinese fellow about by. What do you call me Middle Age or my old just all? The driver was the tour guides. Big Africans Block. Rueful van Debunk Beer Kosovan. That and he would point out landmarks with his Mike as we went along. So we just get just left. The tallied say that shop general store out of the store in the town fucking rip-off and Rudy's Asya pricked boot then carried on de forestation full of gang bangers smoking poofy and fought and into wouldn't cups with legislators the passage and so on and so forth well after this the American couple on the to ask if they can get off requests the money back because of the foul language. You know. Now chance you Yankee pussies almost antic. And that's what you signed up for now fuck off back to the radisson you ugly bitches tough. Virtually that Russell of the books like Kyle name so that just leaves mainland Chinese blow. Look scared stiff head down off. The Canadian salvin stays on the bus. Anyway we leave the men say highway to the township drivers quiet and we turn off a slip road where he pulls the bus into a lay by he stands points me. You come out and help me only to pop. The fuel saw found of saw joy them outside and he's getting stuff out of the luggage. Hold your gets a red plastic book. Our haunted knife. A petrol can a length of Blue Nile on Roy Fold Away jet and then focus now a rifle the rifle he we go right. It's tough for you to Xiao Tourism. Respect Tyco few strides and Nicholas so what current they were. They are good point do then. He hunts made the book in the knife and he says start cutting the bucket in a small strips and then feed them into your anus. We'll what can I do? I guess start quoting the book. It's a little bit. Suddenly the little Chinese fellow appears at the door of the coach. Why we stop in this way by this toys R. Busta shambles. Get back in the fucking bus Confucius. Boy He doesn't get bucking bull Sunday or a steps down and he slowly walked straight towards the Golden. That's point in time then reaches out his hand and puts his finger in the barrel. He says Confucius say better. Be the monster bearing into the obvious that the drive a blast his hand off with a bit of a shoulder and the Chinese fellow falls to the floor right. Why can't help yourself? Instincts kick into Russia over like a next to his face with what seems like his dying breath. He says to me. Bangers you got to fucking rough them turned around just in time to say the American bloke who got off earlier cray put beyond the driver smack him over the edge with Olympic concrete saw cheese. But how did you even get here? He says undercover cop might being cooling this block for weeks of Australia. Nobody yeah dissipated in on this to US looks locked with Gordon. Now you've survived said. Would he really have? I mean we really made me feed the whole book. Into Miana's you bet brow. Might the last one stick a skype mold out there fucking gang bangers he gonNA love him. Accents were regret that you think that story is a bit like the movie baby driver you know with the travelling in the car and bodies and stones. Yeah probably knew the film you've ever met. Yeah so one of the days when I was in South Africa an asset. That's like it's a replica. You know the film Zulu Yeah.

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Fake. Sorry finish off that suffer from last week. Could I think you should aware is because they want they want closure? Okay so just to catch up and kiss. I was standing at this big right. Oh tells her in the middle of a reserve you get your own little hot. The central Larry that basically sells for ostrich for breakfast lunch. Say Right so I'll pick up me Dish ostrich. I'll think I'll go back to. I don't want really sweatier. I'll go out and I've outside me her or whatever but when I get too hot the hate from the hut is like all empowering. It's like right the entirety of power democracy in captial. What it's you know. I mean it's just to folk and much democracy in now next to me. Is this big Ta Paulin like on polls under which the credits and not like a temporary thing are building you know a main before it might be a bit cooler than me hut. That was fucking over to be honest with you so in the shelter and there's a block in Colorado Insane right bomb to embarrass you walk straight out so I sit down on the books. He comes up and he says I go for Africa which is yard accommodate. Oh Shit which which is satisfactory car consist frigging. Just a conduit like that. Which is you're talking. He says which is your accommodation to carry on so appointed me hurt. And he says I'm going to Rob Rob I'm going to fucking it up. The shootout daily daily. Jemaine also expected shock your English mouth. I'm a motherfucker. You say. Anything around the sardine-tin Annus Kelly arise right. He's pointing a rifle at the blog and he shouts at me. Get down to the temporary shelter. He's a fucking gang so Bucko run into me. Hook few minutes. Let this go on. Madore your case I sell guy. Hey generally gonNA. Tim Tenant Mass. Woody really have done that. You better what? He stopped the previous guest within a corn. Beef ball abilities fucking. Go Love Him. Benny left you. I will say you see you. Salvaged in the end. I won't try. I got any laughs. Obey out the pitch we start. We'll just try to pretend that the novel South Africa then I will doa think I was in the hotel. Bow when watching football right right just million. Nanna let bloat beyond poet bar called Sammy. Sammy Fella lots hunting stuff on the walls Zulu spears shields and not whips. That's Oh shit you. I was watching Monday night. We Liverpool yes may I support it? Saami ASPEL Middlesbrough. He left right so I find and he laughed again so I fives. And we've said this for a while you just pay people plays fun. Yeah stuff on an arm that certainly I hear the TV turned over so obscure tennis. Tom And it's a big bearded massive Dutch Afrikaans Block. Yeah I said Oh. Excuse me Matt I was. I was watching the football. I don't care if you apply ink. I don't care if you flying might. I'm watching. Fetter is he's got to me when I go speak again but little. Sammy gives me a look as if said just leave it. Believe then the mountains to me if you WANNA watch you light ball. There's another TV in the conference room. So Sammy nods points the conference. Certainly pint thrown. I go in there so I'm starting from the Tel Aviv. With the remote man just shot you know. We have to try and get the right input. Yeah when the big strides in Tychy Chaz is often start fading that remote control the dryness boy massive broken and there's no one around south shell out start taking me me. Charles is off suddenly. Saami combs said he's a spear and shield and he's got the point of the spear right against the blocks neck he says there'll be no remotes. Hadn't awareness is on my shift. Now get buck in the fucking bar. Rice rice and sugar probably should have done. South African should know is some Isa for an as yet that we now remarks fed into China's or more shift. Get back in the fucking bar rushing sugar so. 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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Talking about Africa told you last week by moving snacks and remove another thing shuts off to a week now about ten days. I was standing. No tell just next to the Big Football Stadium that the belt you know. It's a cowpox now. Is it car park? Several Inmates Cox football stadiums ten Appel. Noble is that the legacy there really envisaged last. Actually they do boost said the do sells it knows. Well saw the legacies over it. I think Iraq head. Yeah I mean everything's legacy even if it's destroyed yes a legacy peppers legacy now because Peres peppers combined got out. She finds him Ohio. Get Real Dale so I drove down Gino South that I was in canton. But if you go down the bought me and got the southernmost point of of South Africa offering is called is it kept good. Hope Cape Cod Cape. Cod Ever said And it's as you go down. It's all that shit all night you know. Yeah there's like there's all these build the legacy in part but it's a legacy or legacies a good anyway so you go. And then he suddenly it goes back to like Like dortch British influence advice beautiful beaches seaside and all that all the way down that list. Bit What Racist. Why just fell risks English influence? And everything's Nice again will just seeing. You might want us to. I'd I'd so there's a little place at all car remember but it's called Penguin Some may be called. Let's just see if penguin both in advance of the story so I think I'll stop there. I'll get me little meaty self down novel. Look at so honestly. In a penguin look to say Pangolin. Wouldn't you end results as a Penguin? Act Box in Brazil. The Penguin parade peddling in his natural environment. Tell me about the penguin per up. In every after one o'clock the penguins come the penguin enclosure and the the visitors line the sides of the path and the penguins parade in this little circular thing and One of them is the King of Norway. One of the one of the penguins and King Inouye. Yeah well yes you hold that side. Yeah that's true. It's not fake news. It's true so anywhere I go. That was a parking and a park. Mikhail right. And there's a little kiosk there for park in some blow with their so pale and I go down and it spew for little cove turn a corner amongst the roxy showing off their spangling. Kanada Penguin Penguin Penguin Penguin Right. They call them. Poofy the fifty M so I was taking a full of it and then I hear this voice. South African getting away from that fucking poverty. Is that right? Get away from that fucking pop date. And he's the book from both. Nobody sees a guy and he told me up to the says. I'm sorry about the accent. Oh got off the phone you might for distressing the birds right. So I'm in there with him and he's fiddling about with like a shitty little invoice book or something like that and then a colleague Kiosk and as our South African copper there with his revolver. Yeah probably sure right. He says get on the fucking kiosk. He's a fucking gang wrestle a wrestling so the flow and take frogmarch is until his car. Then he comes up to Salih says now. I'M NOT LUCKY. Lucky escape now. That's a fairly. Isn't it kills children. If you say Africa Lucky skype there might. This is how he hangs it and blocks look at it. The pink wigs. Teddy full writes them. So I've only given the Bredon Robert. Their life on South Africa's a bit like that I'll think twice about going out South Africa and look up and when I was over there. There's a little story to tell you I was F- attended.

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"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

"South Africa would largely South African customers of each the one exception that stands out for me is convertible eighties company personal personally. That's what it is because it doesn't seem to fit this model. You just a few dollars into it or I don't know how not much you thousand times. It's like fifty thousand dollars zero dollars and his goal was to go all over the world. He was building a big software. Yeah that's that's a typical angel. Investment parading got it but the other it's like. Is it only South African meal kit only in South Africa. What are you guys doing differently? Date from Blue Apron companies when they're not doing well. Yeah I think it's it's it's again you need to find a differentiator for consumers so in that case food is already very well covered by an retailer like worse word check as picking pay but the fundamental question of what's for dinner is one that creeps up feminity relationship so similar to blue apron trying to solve this problem. But you saw that in the South African way right right so you find. Some African chefs that invoke on trend and create recipes that are water related. Electricity debated Eskom's again. It was usual prizes. You try to be sustainable in terms of how you pay your staff we source from You try to see Mutya delivery for what it is. It's an incredibly strong customer. Acquisition Channel but the longevity on the product is not forever because people will cancel because life circumstances. Change ride trouble lot. This product doesn't work. You have kids kids that have seen the menu selection of this product. One work so you have unforeseeable plans for the next week travel. Whatever get get sick? This is a tablet product because often the fridge and as all these days have any bag. Said you haven't eaten relatively better throw them away so you need to check to see it for what it is incredible credible novel idea. It's great to build brand but then to have non jeopardy you need to add different products and different channels so in that that case you can go ready mill. You can go for frozen. You can go offline retail you can you can you so so in way to increase your your town. It doesn't need to do you cook. Nigeria it can do you cook frozen recuperating recuperating mealy can do you cook offline retail you can go into different channels and into different delivery options. It's not necessarily a meal kit with all the ingredients being sent to. You can chop it up and put it together. WE'RE GONNA make cooking at home easier if it means frozen because you're heating not technically.

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"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

"I was actually honestly what I was outside researching you. It's reiter you know within ECOMMERCE is the future. It's not here in South Africa. This guy who's working with the company that's done it in other places bringing the concept here lickety-split it's a no-brainer brainer. And of course it went public. No one did well now that you're talking. I'm so scared of it bothering out. Investing in South African entrepreneurs considering all the paint. Let's get a moment but first closes out for me. Your decision to leave was based on what what was it likely said I'm walking away because it's very complex or ready to run an e commerce business country so this we've raised capital from MT and and that's the Song Company right. Yeah as the phone company in the strategy with that was hey going ten. Plus countries and besides e commerce. We're doing classified payments so complexity. Eleven times of million because Jimmy has classifieds and payments and kind of that road was clear and I said look. This is very tough because we already like struggling to differentiate ourselves inside Africa Nigerian. I think you can only build a long term viable the business if you have a differentiated offering and you have this avid competitive mold around that for the long term and just because I can put products on the intimate. It doesn't mean I have a business so and to figure this out. I really need to understand the customer and I really need to figure that in. I need to try them out for that. So if I'm naughty to launch in ten countries that sounded like a suicide mission to Munich very very tough to do and I think thank you Dan. I said at some stage cool. That's not a journey for us and that somebody else do that. And we'd rather go after enterpreneurs. This net follow the ethos of having s Molin Nischwitz easier to differentiate one of the first investments was in their Green Amazon anti-business called Fayssal tomatoes incredible founder and. She had a thesis which was yes. I'm selling products on the Internet. But everything follows does a certain ingredient policies. Everything good for you. Good for your body good for your mind. Some checks. Every product mostly small manufacturers us that produce these products about thirteen thousand Eski us and somebody chose from a family who's had beef arm for one hundred years the best kind of honey bee wax ETC and that for me is a long term differentiator so they can send and a box which is plastic free and recycled and the content is around veganism and the content is around healthy holistic lifestyle in Yoga. And what to us. And that's your differentiator. No one's ever going to say that's going to be. The Amazon of south. Africa is differentiated. And so that is what you you see the opposite of what you're creating is what you invested.

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"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Are protecting and in preserving and upholding their bushels in the event rose overturned but there will spend probably almost as important for them. They're sending a message there saying we stand for women's reproductive rights and why do you think it is that the issue of abortion has become so very polarized in America. It's partly a very potent as she because America workers still a very Christian country vo that's changing but by far the biggest reason is the way that abortion was legalized so in other countries including European countries laws were passed by parliament. It's all US in the case of immerse recently in referendums so although there was lots of strong feeling about abortion there was also a general feeling that it was passed despite majority consent in America situations very different abortion was legalized by seven justices voted against to justice to the character constitutional right so that that was always going to whose programs and does that legal background affect how easy it is to actually access abortion in America compared with other countries theoretically America's Carr's framework is more liberal than many other countries for example of fifty nine countries this lower portion demand America's any one of seven this lower. It's off to twenty weeks of pregnancy. Russ's weight allows us until about the twenty four th week but in actual fact abortion access is very limited often because since Roy was passed lawmakers lawmakers and conservative states have passed laws of state level restrictions to make it more difficult for women to access abortions that has resulted in clinics closing down and serves as being much reduced often often. These restrictions didn't get a lot of press coverage when they're past one law which is being repeated in several states for example this to say exactly the width of a corridor in an abortion clinic and what it it should be that doesn't sound like very much but when you add these restrictions will together can make it very difficult and expensive clinics to keep operating taken as a whole that are cumulative affect has been quite devastating there now seven states in America that only have one abortion clinic left and what kind of impact have those restrictions had he's abortion. Restrictions may perversely have the opposite to fight to intended they may make it more difficult for women to have earlier abortions which pushes them to have late abortions is not very much data on this but it has been somerset suggesting that in Texas whether it was a very restrictive little pasta and two thousand eighteen in the year that followed this research suggests there was an increase in the number second trimester abortions defunding yeah so this abortion war seems to be becoming more and more polarized the arguments more and more pointed where where does this end. Where do you see this going and in particular. Do you think that Roe v Wade will be credibly challenged. It's quite likely it will be challenged in the Supreme Court and it's quite possible that that will lead to reverse as being overturned but it is a long-held precedent and several of the conservative justice have expressed dislike of abortion and if the thinking that led to the ruling this loud it but it's far from clear they'd overturn it in a hurry and I think we can certainly say it won't be overturned before the election because the chief justice in particular is anxious for the court be seen as nonpartisan and this would be seen as a very partisan ruling in and longtime. It seems very lightly that America's abortion will raid on a non for it to end that has to be some sort of political compromise but it's extremely difficult to imagine snapping anytime. See Me and thank you very much for joining us. Thank you Jason.

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"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"The past week a wave of xenophobic violence has swept through South Africa gangs wielding sticks advanced to the streets of central Johannesburg their chance in Zulu rang clear foreigners must go back to where they came from and yesterday amid the unrest Nigeria pledged to repatriate over six hundred of its citizens over concerns for their safety petrol bomb was thrown at a mosque and shops shops have been burned and looted twelve people have been killed in the attacks which have mostly been carried out by South Africans targeting migrants from other African countries. It's not the first time South Africa has experienced such horrors in two thousand eight and two thousand fifteen dozens of people were killed in riots against Foreigners Ryan Funds. Aren't it's police burning barricades Diane Green Bulbs Chip Streets Kim Choy. You go to your head. What are you going to do that. As one of the continent's biggest and most developed economies South Africa attracts attracts migrants from across Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa called for an end to the attacks in an address to the nation as I speak to you the debris of several days of violence and looting continues to litt- many of the streets of our country there can be no excuse for the attacks on the homes and businesses of foreign nationals. It's no coincidence that the violence comes during a prolonged slump in South Africa's economy migrants have become a convenient scapegoat. The attack trek started about two weeks ago we saw. South African truckdrivers launched a nationwide strike against the employment of foreign drivers Aaron Conway Smith is Southern Africa correspondent for the Economist based in Johannesburg and as part of that they staged road blockades and we're setting four hundred vehicles on fire and around the same time we saw marches happening in Johannesburg and Pretoria these were about supposed drug dealing that was being blamed on foreign migrants but pretty quickly devolved into tax on foreign owned businesses many of which reloaded and set on fire and you've seen this kind of outbreak of violence before in South Africa. We have seen this sort of violence before the worst of it was in two thousand and eight when there were sixty two people killed and tens of thousands displaced at the time leaders in the country said that we shouldn't allow such a thing to happen again but it has repeatedly since there was another out have anti-foreigner violence in two thousand fifteen and then recently and what is it that causes these flare ups the outbreak of violence against foreigners. There's a lot of frustration in south South Africa with the poor economy and the lack of jobs I mean the economy's basically knock growing in the doldrums and there are a lot of people out of work on official unemployment unemployment's at twenty nine percent although it's higher when you consider people who have simply given up looking for jobs because there are none to be found and higher still among youth breath around fifty percent of young people in South Africa are out of work so you have a lot of people with time on their hands and are frustrated because they don't have income at the same time what's not helping it is comments that you hear even from quite senior politicians blaming foreigners for problems in South African society. Do things like crime or we saw the previous health minister laming overcrowded hospitals on foreigners and so primarily the the migrants that are being targeted targeted here are from other African countries. I mean that that must create something of a diplomatic concern in a in a fairly tight knit economic community. Yeah absolutely the foreigners talking talking about are migrants from other African countries who come to South Africa because it's the most developed economy on the continent. There's opportunities here some come because they're fleeing oppression violence back home but then they got here and are subject to attacks so yes you do have other African countries that are very upset at the moment it's South Africa. I mean Nigeria has arranged to evacuate six hundred citizens who are affected by the violence and bringing planes into fly them out at the same time you have protests happening outside South African in companies and embassies in different African countries and I think because this has been happening repeatedly in South Africa there is mounting anger and frustration that nothing's being done to stop stop it so when you say nothing's being done to stop it till you mean that South African leadership at the moment is just standing by and watching this well up you do see political leaders now now try to say the right things with the President Sierra Burma Poza addressed the nation last week in an attempt to calm things down he was calling for an end to the violence but really you also also still see police and people government explaining away the violence as mere criminality or lawlessness rather than describing it as Xena phobic as attacks on foreigners and so the the foreign migrants then are kind of convenient scapegoat both for the out of work and disaffected and the politicians who would otherwise perhaps themselves be blamed blamed yeah that's right and a lot of the violence that happens happens with a certain degree of impunity relatively. Few people are held to account for the kind of things that happen and so if if all of this ultimately has economic roots what could be done with systemic changes could be undertaken to stop this from flaring up again. That's something the government's been trying to stimulate the economy create jobs. Get people working but it's proved very tough earlier this year. The government announced an action plan that was to deal with discrimination and xenophobia this included things such as educating the public and the police but I think one thing that needs to be remembered and it's being brought up Ramaphosa when he was addressing think South Africans in an attempt to stop the violence reminded people that during the years of apartheid it was neighboring countries who provided sanctuary in help and we're really there for black South Africans in the role that other African countries played during those difficult years shouldn't be forgotten Aaron. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you Jason. America's abortion war is becoming ever more polarized this year. The two sides have driven each other further and further apart today was the legalized is killing of viable. Free me babies in your baby There is a war against women help war on autonomy in the first seven months of this year. Sixteen states passed introduced early abortion bans. Socially liberal states have pushed back several have made it easier to have an abortion later in pregnancy. Illinois underway knows where we stand and we're going to be here for women if they have to be refugees from other states late term abortion is rare but controversial reversal and President Donald Trump seized upon it as a campaign issue lawmakers in New York cheered with delight upon the passage of legislation flation that would allow a baby to be ripped from the mother's womb moments from birth. These are living feeling ruling beautiful babies who will never get the chance to share their love and their dreams with the world late term. Abortion isn't actually a medical alton says meaning is somewhat subjective varies a bit from country to country. Mayen Ridge is our. US News Editor in America is Brady regarded as an abortion that happens in the second half of pregnancy. Maybe from the twenty twenty first week onward. It doesn't bear any resemblance really to Donald Trump's description. The fetus isn't ripped from the mother's womb. The process which takes place over three to four days typically involves the fetus beneath anaylyst an injection at the very beginning of the process in the heart or the amniotic sac and then after that the woman is induced so the actual extraction of the features much more like a stillbirth like a natural labor then the sort of violence caesarian sorry that Mr Trump seems to be suggesting and so why are abortions needed at that late stage also reasons late abortions abortions are very rare in America. Much less than two percent of all abortions are estimated. Take Place after the twenty first week so there's not very much dates from why women have abortions Asians but research suggests that abortions late in pregnancy happened for the same reason as they do earlier. Sometimes a woman finds that the fetus huddling anomaly serious condition or disability T- sometimes women can't find the funding for an abortion because in America federal funding is generally not allowed to bees for abortions if they can't access the right sort you've services provided by nonprofit an earlier abortion might be delayed in that might be another reason why women have abortions later and why do you think it is that this topic of late late-term abortion has become such a lightning rod for Mr Trump so emotionless being a potent she for Republican politicians longtime but for Mr Trump it's particularly important when he was largely elected because of the supportive the source of Evangelical Christians Regard Abortion as the single most voting issue when they go to the polls and late term abortions ocean's obviously provide the most sort of grizzly and dramatic rhetoric and publicity even though some of artists inaccurate but the power of Anti Bush rhetoric extent bill nuts constituency agency because wires a majority of Americans believe that abortion should be legal that Rochat stand Roe versus Wade Supreme Court ruling that in Nineteen seventy-three said abortion abortion was legal up until twenty third with twenty four peak pregnancy later on in pregnancy. Most Americans are very uncomfortable. Bassett poll suggested any thirteen percent. I think it should be generally declined trimester so it is clear. Most Americans are in favor of abortion being legal at least early on but legislation. We're seeing this year is much more restrictive even even that why do you suppose that is so the abortion bans that have been passed in more than a dozen states. This year have very little to do public opinion the heartbeat bills that cooled which on on abortion from around the sixth week pregnancy all designed with the specific goal in mind is to get roe versus. Wade overturned the hope is that because these laws those are unconstitutional ebbing struck down and the hope is that one of these lose will because of the legal battles that are attached to them make its way to the Supreme Court where the New Conservative majority Dr Justice's will use it to overturn Roe versus Wade but there's also this countervailing trend where some more liberal states have been in fact loosening restrictions on abortion later during pregnancy yes and that is a legislative backlash tool. The hoppy bells so more liberal socially liberal states.

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"south africa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"south africa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"That sounds like a lot, but maybe you're tricking me and also what is sub tweet because his game strategy has been like really subpar. And then number four thinking emoji survivor, South Africa is a game that is meant to be played through strategy. It is not always welcome morally. That's how the game goes. Very perceptive of them. Okay. So it feel like I'm going to count out the crying, laughing one because I feel like even though you've tricked me in the past, you would not trick me two weeks in a row, and I feel like the emojis and the shade is text Mark bios rats, whereas the other three are no, they're more like advising, John one is a little strange. Can you read the other three of them more time? One to four? Okay. Number one, the Don van made a move. That's fun. Everyone's head. It was a well thought out strategy that makes them into place in this South Africa. Finale. I'm a to. Finally, John wins immunity on survivor South Africa. She could've cost get immune support naturally with some by stress. And before was thinking emoji survivor, South Africa is a game that is meant to be played through strategy. It does not always work out Marley. That's how the game goes. I'm between two and four right now because I do feel like they would use the term dawn. I don't know why, but I feel like they would say like the dawn because they want to be cheeky like that. So it's either like the super serious advice or the blatant product placement sharing. I feel like you were trying to trick me again this time with the product placement. I'm going to say number two is not the real bio stress tweet, damn it. How do you keep doing this. Strip for some extra focus. Yeah, I'm immune from your from your tricking is right now. I have a real Tomlin trajectory right now of just like, wow, I'm actually doing things in these final couple of questions that's coming off as a net in the past couple of weeks. Yeah. The second tweet was from the actual designer, South Africa, Twitter account. I love the day where equating like winning immunity the game with immune support because that will not help you get to the final three like that is not what this is. Wait a minute while unless you're like lex, vague Burke, but wait. So so the bio strat the couch did not tweet about its relationship survivor, but the official survivor essay account tweeted about bio strat. They had they did their dirty work for them. Yeah, they need to swap places like they need to change jobs because they're doing the wrong things to each account. Yeah. I mean, the survivor, the bio strategy count is surprisingly analytical. If that last statement is to be taken into consideration, whereas the other one is just making reference to all these things. You know what maybe essay like do around Robin, spend time on bio Strath. Please go to steers because steers need some connective tissue there that hopefully is not in their burgers to begin with, go to the pro p twenty phone use. Tom's catchphrase in there if you want to. There's a lot of possibilities here for the intern running with survivor essay account. Do you think that there's been some sort of like freaky Friday situation with the bias traffic count and also the survive without Africa account, and that's why this is happening? Yes. I'm pretty sure the intern switched bodies shedded that they had to take each other's jobs before they could get the fortune cookies to get each other back. That's sorta Li what's going on here. I absolutely do not buy that by South Africa has an intern. Mike, this is definitely the CTO. The one person who works for this company who is tweeting about survivor South Africa. Well, when you want them to bring him onto the podcast, they're pretty big survivor fade. It seems. Yeah. I mean, we'll the cow. It only has like fewer than eight hundred followers. I really didn't feel like they need a social media into. Listen, I was gonna follow it, but then I realized I would defeat the purpose of the game, so but often after the season..

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"south africa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"south africa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Yes, I have a second grade Africaans -education on. That's when I left South Africa. Basically, South Africa is a stupa multi-lingual society. We've got the question quite a lot because I think it's we've international viewers to see they can test and slip. So easily out of the different languages, which I think is amazing. But basically in South Africa, there's so many different languages spoken number. One is number two is caused number three's Africaans before English. And that's just in terms of whether they're spoken and also. Whether this as a first language, I think cons based on census from a few years ago is at fourteen percent and English is at ten percent. So Afrikaans has actually spoken more than English. And at least when I was there was compulsory as a second language. A lot of the school certainly in my school, which is why I can say like capping off reconduct. Remember. It's just hot. But yes, and that's why things that they speak multiple languages. In fact, I know that a few of them have English as a second language, you would know it because it's so eloquent and a lot of free concerts there. So I think that's why they flip out of it so easily, and it just speaks to South African culture. That's really multi-lingual. This interesting point because I know I wash off season a big brother Canada, which obviously has a huge French contingency. We had two characters sort of form an alliance who were fluent in French, and they often spoke in French tweets, other game wise, which sort of like, you know, people who walked into necessarily know what they were talking about. Could feasibly people do that in survivor South Africa, considering that I know the Afrikaans it's sort of like something that people get taught consistently in schools, but like if they spoke Zulu tweets, other, for instance, could there be a chance that like only day window what they were speaking about and so they can sort of talk freely without anyone of knowing what's going on? Yes, definitely. In terms of some of the other languages. I'm not sure how many of them speak. So they have that as a secret. Thing in terms of offering concerts self. I few most of them can speak it anyway, so I don't know how helpful it would be. But I do think that obviously speaking English even though it might be a slam because f net I think is like an English language channel. So that's probably why they assumed view is English, and they have to subtitle off recons even for South African audience. So I don't even know how much they be allowed to do that considering, obviously, don't even want them to be speaking very much in the other languages. Yeah, I just think it's. Interesting thing because I don't know. Again, I haven't seen this in previous seasons of survivor South Africa if they do that, but it's an interesting point. We learned something today, very educational podcast. If anything we need the Africans word for for cap. I don't have that. I can only give you cats of cat. I thought he said cap, no, just cap. Actually be helpful because they speak so much about the hats, and that's actually been like a pot of the show. Yeah, exactly. I mean, I guess you could say like someone has a cat like game play and that the, you know, they're, they have nine lives. They're very agile. All right. Well, the seems like a stretch, but we'll move on. John Johnson says, who had the best loved ones visit. Of the five or ever of the five on. And I made history. I mean, Tom's just the imagery that he invokes pretty good. I'm going to give some credit though too. I mean, I feel like in terms of the actual loved wine as Niki probably had the best sound bites, intrusion, fashion. I guess you can't be friends with John without having a bit of sauce to you when she basically Saul her hugged her and told her that she smelled. So I would say those two might be at the top of my last night about you. Yeah. I mean, I've talked to pasta as I said, I wanna reality show about Tom and his wife. Human buys draft doesn't break them up before he gets there. Wow. Yeah, that'd be crazy if it's like, well, you know, reason for divorce by Strath. Yeah, I'm in both the relationships..

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"south africa" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"south africa" Discussed on The Economist Radio

"Hello and welcome to the week ahead from the economist i'm robert guest the foreign editor on today's podcast we had to eastern europe where ukraine is in turmoil again what happens of you in ukraine is of oscar importance it's a real testing ground and we need to pay attention to it and would not something we can afford to walk away from and the first president of a united yemen ali abdallah saleh has been assassinated we discussed the consequences through who 'this control the highlands and are very very difficult to displace and if the saudis really sort of you to sustain a a siege the human cost is just going to be awful but first we tend to south africa under president jacob zuma the state has been failing contracts are awarded through bribes and connections ruling party members merger each other over lucrative government jobs and crooks operate freely next week the african national congress the ruling party will choose it's next leader it will be a choice between a chance to reform and recover and clean up or a chance to sink further into the mire emmett duncan joins me now emma just how widespread is corruption in south africa well it's pretty widespread robots and the reason south africans nearby this is that there's been a lot of coverage of it not just in the investigative journalism which flourishes in south africa but also from some of the organs of state so this joke cool the public protector his a kind of ombudsman and the former public protector published a report detailing some really agree just examples of influence peddling to gain contracts and to profit from public money to south africans now a lot about what's going on and that pretty annoyed this is not a place like say on go to rule congo where it so we've been taken for granted that the country was a kleptocracy this is a place where.

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