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Fresh "South African" from The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

00:50 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "South African" from The Church of What's Happening Now

"Bad. mother fuckers. This monday may tenth two beautiful fucking day to be alive will air in jersey jersey's the only place that the weeks are beautiful and the weekends is when the fucking rains at wednesday. It's eighty degrees people around jumping up and down. You can't go everybody's working but fucking saturday and sunday. Cloudy is fox raining raining. Mother's day but doesn't matter was a great fucking weekend you know mercy's fucking softball game got rained out that means we gotta make up some other time which is great sunday. I thought and finally busted out and went to church after faulk in years. I'm not going to church as a family. My wife found the catholic church even though she's whatever the fuck she is and We went and had a great fucking time and the great mother's day so was a great weekend the mystery. I wanna talk to you. Mother fuckers about today is the seven days that have not smoked weed for. That is a fuck in. Just americal okay. Because i'm not trying you know when you're not trying to do something at a happens you're like what the fuck just happened last sunday. I did the album of the week for patriot. John and that was the last time i took two hits fucking number and it was like had been like for the last three months. I noticed that had been smoking once a month. And i noticed that wasn't smoking in the mornings. No more for my appetite. I usually get high about Probably forty five minutes. After i get up to eat something and i noticed that. That's it out. Don't i'm not. I'm not hungry even if i get high. So i'm smoking this dirty fucking percent. We that people are fucking dying over. And i'm not getting hi. I'm not getting hungry. I'm not doing nothing. I would walk into the gym. You know god knows if i reached the reefer so one day i said fuck it. I'm not going to smoke before. i'm not hungry anyway. And that's how it started and i started. that started. not breaking the the fucking church rule. You gotta get high by two o'clock or go fuck your mother so at least i would get high by one. Fifteen one forty twelve v day. I was doing that type of shit. Then i found myself not getting high to four o'clock that went on for about two or three weeks like four o'clock. I'm like fuck. I haven't smoked potty. I've been busy all of them running around and doing this and this and then i'm like what are they going to get hired for that. I gotta go to her kickboxing cla- star baseball practice or softball practice. Or whatever the fuck i do at night wreaking a fucking reefa. So i said fuck it you know what i smoke when i get back from everything. And she goes in the shower and then i was going outside at night and hitting the pipe. Once the weather started sharing. I let me go outside and i was smoking a pipe pool that said so it went from just one one pipe full day to and i'll tell you what all right so here we go. We move here. I have all this fucking anxiety. You know like i've never had before and this. Is this what what bothers me about people that nobody knows you better than you like. Nobody knows you better than you. You know what you do. When you're alone you jerk off you you don't wipe your you pick your nose you you fucking toenails. Do have fucking secrets and we know what we can and what. We can't do what we won't do. I mean some of us have that you know you're like you know what that thing right there. I'm not gonna do that. No more like. I'm not doing that anymore. I don't care what they pay me what they don't pay me. I'm not doing that anymore. Then there's things that you like to do that you know everybody has a threshold. You know so for me. I i never listen. I wanted to get off the fucking drugs cocaine. I wanted to always get off the pills. I always wanted to get off the booze but nowhere. Nowhere in my mind that fast up. Let's say anything about me. Getting off wheat. And i'll tell you why because i found out at an early age we'd kept me together. I love what it hadn't it. I don't know you happy as like no joe joey. You're just a junkie for. We know we did something to me. We did something to me that most people you know how. Today they put kids on pills. Didn't put me on pills as a young kid. That would not even work in the fucking seventies. i discovered nobody told me to smoke weed. Nobody told me to do anything. I smoked wait. Wait a second. This controls the shit. I can't control my mind. You know it was just so i don't know what it was. It was a fixer upper. That's what it was and helped me feel a lot. Better self medicate. As americans call it. He's south medicating. Okay noah bothering you. Is he jumping off windows. E shooting people self medicate. If that's what it takes to smoke through little pipe bowls but you know. I was watching this michael victim a couple of weeks ago on thirty for thirty and it was after he got caught. You know his explanation of it. And i understood it. I'm not here. I was a mad at michael vick or anything like that. What i'm trying to say was his explanation of it was it was in this culture like it was a part of his culture. You know being. From virginia to south african american you know in those rural neighborhoods those urban neighborhoods rural neighbor those urban neighborhoods that he was part of that and he was a victim of it or whatever and i understand that because i came from a marijuana culture i really really did come from marijuana culture. You know my idol. One of my favorite people in the world smoke pot which was my godfather and as at an early age i was like what they talk about smoking weed that it makes you put on a tile and jump out the window and all this shit that's i don't see that with my godfather i see a guy that smokes it and goes to the movie theaters and he giggles and then we leave here and he eats an extra fucking cheeseburger on the way out. I don't see that as a fucking no he's not doing anything criminally or nothing is wrong here. So as a young man i already had taken in the effects of marijuana. My mother smoked marijuana but she did it with drinking. And god knows what else so. I didn't judge it on that. I didn't like my mom. Smoking pot. It was my godfather that i've watched i watched and i'm like this isn't as bad as drug as people a fucking saying. It is on the seventies ed. This is way before the fucking magazine. This is your mind on drugs and all this way before. Yeah this was. Like when i was growing up it was like a was like this fucking thing that you had to do behind clock and closed doors in the seventies and i had somebody in my life. That did it and i could see that. It didn't affect him. He went to work. He was a good guy was good to me or.

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Stories About Mothers, Featuring Trevor Noah

Fresh Air

01:58 min | 2 d ago

Stories About Mothers, Featuring Trevor Noah

"Sunday is mother's day and we're going to listen back to some great stories about mothers. we begin with. trevor noah. Host of comedy central's the daily show. He south african the son of a black mother and white father. Their relationship was legal. Under apartheid which mandated separation of the races noah grew up during the apartheid and post apartheid errors. He became famous in south africa as a comic and tv personality and spent years traveling. The world doing standup. He talked terry in two thousand sixteen. So racial identity is a big part of your comedy. When you're doing stand up. Your father is white. Your mother is black. Your father is i. Think of swiss and german ancestry. Do i have that right. And your mother sosa casa. Thank you. I don't think i can do that. And i know your mother was jailed briefly. I hope in south africa. I assume four for opposing apartheid for doing some kind of dissenting action. Yes well the sensing action was being with a white person. Who was the white person your father. The s he was jailed so no no no. no white. people didn't get jailed for that. That was Why people were warned not to do it again. But then if you're a black person called fraternizing across country boundaries. Then then you'd be arrested but my mom. My mom opposed the system as a whole so. She never let that stand in her way. You know and i. I think i pick up a lot of i. I have a lot of my mom's demeanor is that she never even even when she told me the story. She wasn't an angry she just went. It's it's a stupid thing. And so i refuse to listen to. Its but she never came at it from a place of anger. If anything should defied it and she didn't she didn't give it the credibility that it was trying to create in in the world

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Fresh update on "south african" discussed on Why Watch That Radio

Why Watch That Radio

02:07 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south african" discussed on Why Watch That Radio

"And joel has an assistant. Who is a little black kid with a hat. Okay stay that. And if he asked us you'll know the import of what i just said because their seed when they enter into like salute. I know what you would call it. And the innkeeper's like serve that lil a you know. He calls his hat something. It was terrible. But i had to laugh it. No my sometimes you got to laugh at it was anyway and so you know joel's characterists way doesn't treat him as an unequal. They are equals. They are together catching slaves. Okay this located. Don't if you see him coming to your slave run okay. How did they tracked them. Is it possible. And they wanna know bridge way. Wants to know. What is this underground railroad world. I'm hearing about where is it. How do you get to it. What is going on. No one can seem to tell them. Here's what say as a review if you've been to do a slave story let's think of the successful ones even underground first season. You said ref. Let's think about twelve years a slave. You know if the out roots. When i pulled out in the thing is it is not slavery that were watching concerned about it. Is the people the characters were slaves berry care about. In routes we see him in africa. He's free then down. Next twelve years slate these free north they come and get them smaller the man down at the south and they're fighting for their freedom and underground we see this relationship mob. Dr sun is there. The mass says involved all of that before they run. Watch him underground railroad. It was just to me okay. these are some slaves. That's how it felt. These are some slaves and they're dealing with certain parts of history. And i know this history. I don't need to see. So what's the hook. I couldn't find him cutting. Find now some of the diction here. Now you know refugee normally one of those him know they say and all live. I'm sorry to so wonderful acting half of what she was saying. I didn't know what it was now sees a south african actress doing southern it. It is southern but you still have to enunciate. i'd i would have to have subtitles for some of that. i'm sorry anyway. Barry jenkins directed every episode. Everything is beautiful. it's very jacobs. Yes it looks beautiful. They start with the scene that might fall into the style of what is happening. The the whole color is a kinda like sanded down and like this warm kind of sunlight coming in like a beautifully done. Yes but is it worth it. The world needs to be more clear. I ain't readable. It's like it's like if you read the book you probably get it. Kennedy's people okay. I was waiting for to take off. I wanted it to soar. Didn't now we go to some recent entries. The good lord bird bright. Don't showtime yeah. I would say this is a little more intriguing. But what i was really thinking about is the handmaid's tale. Oh interesting interesting okay. Similar level of execution overall where the handmaid's tale though like the first season was good. Then you keep watching vacant. Can we move forward. That's how i felt you can be like booth. Why am i doing in all of this torture already seven. I'd say about twelve years a slave. That was clear. We all rooting for chula. That is just so. That's what i'd say about the underground railroad. If you've read the book i would say check it out just so you can see berry jenkins vision of that if you haven't if you're in the mood it's right there on prime video. Yeah it's right there free for you if you are a prime member now. Let's move on to the movies. Georgetown you saw this back. When i took knows this guy's georgetown you saw this in twenty nineteen at the tribeca film festival and finally getting its theatrical release along with availability on digital and on demand on the fourteenth. It's available on theaters. And then after that a couple of days you could fish around and find it digitally if you want to explore that avenue now this is christopher walz crisper waltz direct dating this out christopher when you think of him you think. Oh he's an actor right like us. I don't is he a director. Well we have talked about recently. I'm show a lot of actors. Moving into directing Is he a blender interesting question. Well you know he is an artiste at. I love his interviews because people are like. Oh how'd you get into the character. And he was like a. That's my work. I'm not talking to you about how i got into anything. Watch my work. Yes so he definitely is of an artist shall we say But you know not only. Is he directed. He's also starring and of course you're going to make that happen but his written by david auburn And the cast alone is just worth giving it a shot. Vanessa redgrave redgrave annette. Benning corey hawkins. Who's been doing some lovely lovely work Along with a lot of other actors and actresses that you will recognize Some of them being you know. Americans are just from across the pond and honestly the reviews. Aren't that great So what you got to say. Bravo now look at the beginning of georgetown. We're told that while this film cannot claim. To tell the truth it is based on actual events and there were introduced. Oldrich motte playback kristoff and he's a man who's he stressed in some sort of military uniform. He's overseeing some sort of military exercise. Why i mean what does that. Then we see all rich at a dinner party in an expensive home in dc each georgetown neighborhood and he's servants some very important guests who worked for the government in several capacities. So you think minute. See some sort of waiter what is going on. Well no no because these are talking about him as he serves them and they each state howard portent he is as a man with various connections counts but.

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Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

"Marc Leishman enhancement of one's very classic of New Orleans in a sudden death playoff with the south Africans Louis is Tyson Giles falso the only team finished regulation play tied at twenty under and won with a par five on the first extra hole is Tyson found the water with his tee shot the teams had traded the lead during a tense final nine holes with the Australians eventually posting the come from behind victory it was the second successful Smith at the tournament but the first with policemen as his team might I'm going to make us

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Fresh update on "south african" discussed on The Voice Of Health

The Voice Of Health

00:57 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south african" discussed on The Voice Of Health

"The natural approach to health care. We're gonna start with covert 19 update, Doctor pray ther Was Indiana doing with the virus right now? Well, India is doing quite well. Numbers are still death on positive testing. So it's under 5% at this point. Under 5% under 5% of the people were tested so positive, which is really, really good. There's a lot of people are getting tested right now because the numbers have gone so low. That the governor took off in the face mass requirements. And opened up the state, though he did allow different communities to impose their own sanctions and marrying county is still under a The mayor has decided to keep the requirements at this point. That's something that the governor has allowed them to do So Aaron County Yeah, Death rates are very low possible is ations or look so Indiana's actually looking pretty good at this point. Yeah. So you we had a interesting person go through our building and the other day looking for people without their mask and yeah, wanting to report them. Yeah, There are people who believe that mass should be stapled on people's faces were going. How is India doing with the vaccination? India is actually one of the best states for getting the vaccinations out to the public, So we're one of the top. Three on getting that done. We were one of the first ones to allow everyone 16 and older to get the vaccination, But the vaccination rate is starting to Slow down, So the people who want to get the vaccination have pretty much gotten it. And then there are about 30% of the population who feels that they aren't going to get the vaccination. So we're actually kind of approaching a level on those lines where the number of people are going to get vaccinated have gotten vaccinated and those who have decided not to Would be about that number and it's about 70% of the population that's able to you know, 16 and over are going to be getting it in about 30% are going to say no, Is that what they were hoping for? Well at first, when I thought she was talking about it, he said 70% would be Great number. And then the numbers actually looked a little bit better than what he thought. So he took it up to 80%. And said, I mean, we need 80% now and they said Okay, now changes mind. Yeah, well, yeah, we have. We have foot flopped all over the place, and that's basically what everybody's saying. And everybody's like, Oh, And and now he's that there is no I think 70% will be fine, so people are making jokes about it. You know, and what's what's going on? He says. I don't know. I think 70%. Well, maybe 75. Yeah, I don't know. You know, you know, kind of hold up the thumb and kind of major it accordingly. So that's where we're at at that point, so well. And you know, when you talk about the I mean, you know again, just bringing up the numbers along those lines. Talk about that is 26% of the population is immune to it. They're not going to get it, no matter what. You got 40% who get it and have no symptoms. They don't even know that they have it. Then you have 20% who have mild to moderate symptoms. Then you've got 14% the people who are at risk, and those were really the people that definitely needed the vaccination needed to be quarantined, really needed the mask. You know, Tol protect themselves so and also having a sensitivity towards those 14% too. No. We have special measures for people in that category, but a special entrance for them to come in that they would come in, be able to get what they needed down and get back out. Really minimize their exposure. So we were aware of who those people were really trying to take care of them to make sure that they weren't exposed to people and definitely those people needed to have kind of lockdowns with him. So are they talking about the CDC talking about the vaccination? Covered 19 vaccination to be something annually. Yes, that is at this point, something that they're definitely saying all the vaccination companies are saying probably we're going to need an annual type of vaccination along these lines. So it's something to keep in mind and something that we'll see how that plays out, Okay. Let's talk about the viral variants. Have they come to Indiana? They have right now on the number of people who are testing 38% are actually showing up with the variants. Hmm. Is there one in particular? Yeah, the one from Great Britain. The British one seems to be the most common but really all three variants have shown up here in Indiana. Now. That's so the one from South Africa and Brazil. Is also present here, but they're much smaller than the UK one. Okay? And I know you had some concern, especially on the Brazilian am concerned about with the Brazilian wood, but it doesn't seem to have taken off quite as quickly as they had thought. And we don't see one of the things that there's a concern about is that with the variants how well they respond to the vaccinations at this point, the UK variant seems to be Pretty well handled. By the vaccination, and the earlier types of impressions of the Brazilian in the South African is that they may not be susceptible to the vaccination. But one of the things is that there was quite a bit of people who got the infection. That's one thing is that America was actually you know, said Hey, you know, we're just allowing the infection to spread a lot more than other countries, but definitely if you have the infection. It is more effective on building your immunity than getting the vaccination. Mm, so it actually could play in our favor? That you would actually keep any of the variance under control because if you have the original virus That wasn't as easily spread. And it also wasn't as deadly as the new ones. So the more people who actually have the initial one It actually protects them or for the variance that they're actually more of a problem. Really? When people were talking about that, you know what route they should take. One of the thoughts is well, we need to have a Zeman E people actually get this one. So that one a very it comes around. It's not as much of a problem because they already have immunity, much stronger immunity. Who would actually keep the variance under control. So one of the thoughts is that lockdowns will actually make a greater toll and more people will actually die and get sick because of lockdown, then if they actually allow the herd immunity to actually take place. One of the things that they can really make an argument about which, actually, I think is actually legitimate is if they kind of let it just kind of take its course. At the beginning, we were probably all be already through with this time. This thing would not be still going on. Well, it's not a pandemic here in the United States. Well, it's a level two pandemic. Okay, which there's level one level tune. We've had several level two pandemics before. We have had with the Spanish flu. We actually did have a level four. But this is more of a level two. Not quite as much of a problem and when they were doing research on it before you know whether lockdowns and Mass wearing the CDC did a whole analysis of that, and basically they did not recommend a lockdown or mask wearing for a level two pandemic. Mm. When they were actually doing analysis of along those lines s Oh, for some reason, they changed their mind and thought that it would be a better really. It's only times and as we're looking back, which really to know whether that was the right choice or not. Yeah, People are saying the science science science Well, science before the lockdown actually said no. I mean, you know, before this head now, all the sudden the sciences changed and there was quite a bit of People who are out there, saying that this was a totally wrong way of actually going about it. Well, People are going to Florida. And that's why everybody is moving to Florida. But okay, shinning or right away. Yes, yes, the cities. You know where they were really walking down. I mean, they're people are flee by droves. Hmm. So Or anything else uncovered? No. I mean, the big thing is to watch the variance. I'm not quite sure if we're out of the woods yet. Yeah, you know, I mean, one of the ones that I'm thinking about is that Brazilian variant on whether that might be something that could raise its ugly head? And because of problems, so I hate to be a Debbie Downer. But the jury's out on everything at this point, But right now, Andy, and it's looking pretty good, okay? Thank you back to pray there for the update. We come back. We're going to check about neuropathy. It's neuropathy Week not nor apathy month. They have weeks. Yes, it's a neuropathy week and I don't think we've ever done a show on it. So we're gonna cover it when we get back..

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A Gay Teen Struggles to Exist in 'Moffie'

Fresh Air

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

A Gay Teen Struggles to Exist in 'Moffie'

"This is fresh air. Our film critic Justin Chang recently caught up with the new movie Mafi, which tells the story of a white South African teenager hiding his sexuality as a young soldier under apartheid in the early 19 eighties. You can stream it now on many major platforms. Here's Justin's review the brutal and mesmerizing new film Muffy takes place in South Africa in 1981 when white teenage boys are conscripted to fight in the country's border wars. Story follows a group of these young men as they endure the rigors of basic training and are sent to fight communist forces from neighboring Angola. The conflict that most concerns The movie, adapted from Andre Carl Vandermeer Vase autobiographical novel is the one raging inside. It's 16 year old protagonist, Nicholas He's coming to grips with his homosexuality in an environment that couldn't be more hostile to it. Nicholas, played by a quietly magnetic newcomer named Kai Luke Brummer feels like an outsider from the start, and not just because of his forbidden desires. He was born in England, as anyone can tell from his accent and gets hazed by some of his more loudest comrades early on. That's nothing compared with the verbal and physical abuse dished out by their commanding officers who make our Lee Ermey in full metal jacket look downright cuddly. Nicholas makes connections, too. Befriends another young man, Michael, who was quick to defend him against bullies. Nicholas Forge is a much more dangerous bond in secret one rainy night when the young men are forced to dig trenches and sleep in them. Seeing Nicholas Shiver miserably in the cold. Another soldier, Dylan gently persuades him to curl up next to him for warmth. What happens next is fairly tame. As movie seductions go, nothing more explicit, it suggested than a few tender caresses and piercing glances. It has a

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Fresh update on "south african" discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

00:43 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south african" discussed on Virtually Amazing

"But i'm not going to be creating anything next week. After and the following week the plan is not to work tool. And i haven't actually taken a week off and i caught remember when probably league. We moved to israel which was october. Twenty nine hundred. That was. I doubt much of a holiday or time off when they were ice. Taping boxes seen the photos. I was you know the boxes were toward the may say yes in fact when we were planning to go in in december we were hoping to go to south africa to meet with our kids from london and i was actually not going to take a laptop with i had I had originally been shuttled to deliver workshop to somebody to accompany in the uk and we were planning to go off after i delivered. That wasn't gonna take a laptop with ben things change. We couldn't get flights be wanted. So i was going to have to deliver from there so i was thinking to take out so it and then we didn't go because of covid south african variant. We just decided to cancel but yeah i. I can't remember the last time. I've been way or had a week without my computer but my office is second bedroom or third bedroom and my son and daughter in order to be sleeping in it so i won't be able to get in here. Well that's what you call enforce thrashed. Take my laptop out. But you don't have to work. Yeah desktop but no. I'm not going to be creating anything in the next two weeks. I you know. I might do some thinking stuff when you run your business and you enjoy what you do. You're always thinking about it. let's say on you. Yeah there's a there's always that quiet moment anything. What would that would actually work. And you know i always find. Downtime is when the ideas come because there's head space to allow those new ideas come. Yep absolutely so. I'm looking forward to that. Although i don't really need any new ideas my enough current ideas to be going on with what with six books. I've still got plan. And at at least two more courses i want to create. I have another accel coast. I want to create and i want to just look at some of the other stuff around a max of three six five some of the other things the other apps that that could come in. But i'm got there. And i have a workshop to plan for miss jones virtual summit which is the end of april which has just started to publicize today. So that's all about teams. But i'm not going to be doing it in the next two weeks Exciting times won't busy busy. Being busy team is good business. Good but busy with a purpose. Not just busy for the sake of being busy. Yeah and Yeah i've i've got back into my walking now. 'cause i'm the weather's nicer some happy clown walk in the morning. Now you say go back into my exercise routine before you're back into swimming. Will our actual. Swimming pool is closed at the moment because it will normally doesn't open until april because it's cold to call but we need to have some repairs onto in some work done to it so it may not actually open at all this year. So if i'm going to swear. I'm going to have to find some way that i can go to swim belch I'm not a great swimmer. Not my i don't enjoy sweep swimming and i enjoy swimming swimming pool. Yeah i don't enjoy swimming in the sea. So i don't know we'll see i might go swimming in a half. The option all though the local beach where i would go. They are also the access to the beach has been closed because they are they've puss in where we live..

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Elephants Kill Suspected Poacher at South African National Park

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Elephants Kill Suspected Poacher at South African National Park

"Something known his karma in life, and it seems to be what caught up with a suspected rhino poacher in South Africa's Kruger National Park. The guy and two bodies apparently spooked a herd of breeding elephants, causing the stampede. Culture was trampled by the two death by the elephants Check out more on the case, including what happened. The other two suspected poachers on the front page of wi rd dot com.

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Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to

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"south african" Discussed on Talking Automotive

Talking Automotive

06:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"south african" Discussed on Talking Automotive

"Be vulnerable catcher. I think that the challenge really refreshing system infants in the room. And that is all the guys on the down to just about sarah. Nothing to challenge rail. Because if you look at you taste the distribution egypt's They get away with class. Is mark nudity on gushing with. It's not allow business out. Janaki dealer and in certain sites but for the rest of the it's three bombings that can occur by seven peaks and and despite stocks incas other manufacturers on new inches into the marketing be senior chinese brazil onslaught coming town to have the full soccer spiced sooner tops off business models to existing infrastructure in business model at risk. You're going to have this very Business breaking water as you call out of these which makes it inside the entrance and it's gonna be interesting believed to see how they're which'll away of divas that have just. Is that against new panel. One final question for me at goes to the every the dealers are they happy with the agency model today. Yes in the beginning athletes. In the beginning it was any new prices the degree of the gospels. Slide to doctors you systems. That complained a lot about the context. Had terrible the economy off either rifles resolvable. Diane saw jarring duties think they still get the ultimate much on this and that is going to be in business the next few years. And thank you for sharing the insights with the south african market. Because why ahead of us from an agency perspective and it's really coming like a freight train into this market but one thing that really stood out for me is it's a change management exercise for dealer staff but also a education for customers because That a close to the industry until yeah agencies coming agencies coming in with the he icai the so this has an impact the deal is but really to the customers wanted getting conflicting views and comments around customers block to handle but then we hear that they do to haggle and this is. It's an experience that they've they enjoy once every seven years when they find you a cab but the benefits for the am is very much back control controlling the sales process controlling the messaging controlling the websites and controlling your edwards and will the beating that you're doing to mac and that makes a lot of sense because having spent time in our williams it would be very very frustrating because you deal with directly competing against you for the same woods that you'll trying to to buy they drop in the price of the same woods that you're trying to help them and dribble loves it because they just get more bidding and guys so but it was also surprising to say there was no compensation for the deal. Is that lost the franchises and move to agency. But the kaitai caddies if you get it to make sure systems rush and if it took complicated complexities the enemy. It comes up john and many of the podcast that we complexities the enemy. Bay customer centric methods asia by. Educate them as to why. This is a good price because ultimately this is actually under be better for them from a residual perspective because the cost of on-shore costs actually owning the car is depreciation and if the reason that heavy discounting on sit in the front end then there's going to be a good consistent residuals of the beckoned. Suppressing that in south africa that the residual trading price is actually controlled by the outings as well so that is even a big raise in this. I will you not much this cows going to cost you over the three four five seven. I-it's you gotta have this is vehicle because they're It's gonna help you in the long run. Complexities enemy often could actually is an interesting experiment. That oversee seems to be working and right now the deal. I happy after initial state of dissatisfaction with the rollout but there still is a bit of uncertainty that remains as to. What's the next phase. Because in your research you've law that there is a step beyond agency and beyond omni which is the system and the connected car buying certain elements of the car panga subscription for set trial And daniels your presentation justice. But thank you. Thank you hit the novel the hit much. If it's done anything. I think the opposite. It's like you see digitization and the great systems and keep on wall in to ensuring the rot much and that is river customer dating back your conscious dot com the agency model and then i'm done continuing evolving process and you have to keep moving with it because you've got these new competitors coming such as tastes. That could be brands. If you don't keep up. And he modifying the muddle. You'll get behind the existing current ratings realize that battery something that i do something radical out. They're going to be a thanks. Very much has been great talking to you and has been gratton sought and benny bribing the thanks very much for listening. If you enjoyed what you head face follow us on lincoln all subscribe to a channel on youtube if you need to have any more information as reach out to either myself. Johnson klay Mark palestinian thanks very much. We'll speak to.

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New Car Agency, the South African Experiment With Peter Viljoen

Talking Automotive

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

New Car Agency, the South African Experiment With Peter Viljoen

"He's talking to beautiful young. The managing director said some in south africa. He has done extensive research into the whole agency. Model and peter. Thanks very much for joining us and agreeing to shay some of the things you have found out in terms of what's happened in south africa. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much john. Thank you very much markets and met. Somebody came to ask you a question before we jump into the agency saw just to put some perspective. Ray what you do in south africa. You run a successful automotive talk show. Can you tell us about the show. Yep so the cost sharing. It's one of its a win by that. We lost in action. You win cosstalk harbach downs again. Where we wanted to do was my body. Crops on scouts is on the shine actually for the producer the archives and what they wanted to renew isues be attached customs. I joined the shine after being an oxygen and so we provided some industry insights to That slides or missing funds usually watching the chart and somebody transitions consumer price. And there's immediately on to the point that we've mentioned to keys onslaught we had We will have one of the modules insurance needs king postures and we recently got a new sponsor sponsors are climbing pixel part someone all very happy z. Aggressive bras but not the whole new at seventy. It's much easier for us to shoot so many batches then and office another boss to us. So we're having a lotta pita

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Israeli data shows South African variant able to 'break through' Pfizer vaccine

IRG Health Talk

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Israeli data shows South African variant able to 'break through' Pfizer vaccine

"The Fizer vaccine, but its prevalence in that country is low, and the research is not yet been pure reviewed. President Biden facing an uphill battle with his $2 trillion infrastructure plan, The

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South African, Brazilian coronavirus variants land in Los Angeles

Gary and Shannon

00:35 sec | Last month

South African, Brazilian coronavirus variants land in Los Angeles

"African and Brazilian variants of covert 19 have been identified in Los Angeles, so they have been found here. About 70 specimens were studied randomly by department of Public Health 64% of them were found to be the B. I think it's to be 117. Which is the British variant and 20% were of the California variant because we got to do it our own way. Here's the thing very instant. If we have our numbers are low enough. Those variants don't matter, And it doesn't have to be the giant boogie man that everybody thinks it's going to be.

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

Morning Edition

01:13 min | Last month

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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South Africa Under Fire Over Resale of AstraZeneca Vaccines

NPR News Now

00:41 sec | Last month

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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South Africa sells AstraZeneca doses to other AU nations

NPR News Now

00:39 sec | Last month

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

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | Last month

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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First cases of South African COVID-19 variant detected in Arizona

Garret Lewis

00:18 sec | Last month

First cases of South African COVID-19 variant detected in Arizona

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First Cases Of California Coronavirus Variant Found In Northern Virginia

Consider This from NPR

00:24 sec | Last month

First Cases Of California Coronavirus Variant Found In Northern Virginia

"Health officials in virginia announced that five cases of the california variant of covid nineteen have been detected in northern virginia state. Health officials said in a news. Release that the california variants or associated with increased person to person transmission of the virus and similar to the uk. South african and brazilian. Mutations officials said there was no evidence to suggest the california variants anymore

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South Florida reports surge in COVID-19 variant cases

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | Last month

South Florida reports surge in COVID-19 variant cases

"South Florida is seeing a surge of covert 19 variant case is increasing the need to get more people vaccinated more than 60% of the randomly screened Kobe cases in South Florida are coming back Puss. It is for the UK variant, the UK variant is more contagious and a little bit more prone to disease and illness. Dr. Eileen Marty says. If I use lab has also found the California and New Mexico variants. The CDC is reporting Florida's nearing 1100 confirmed UK, Brazilian and South African various

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Turkey’s Lira Plunges After Third Central Bank Chief Sacked

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:11 min | Last month

Turkey’s Lira Plunges After Third Central Bank Chief Sacked

"Now to what's going on in Turkey. The lira absolutely tumbling after what the eighth 10th 45th central banker dismissed by Erdogan. I believe he was the third in the past two years to be kicked out after having tightening policies to try to shore up credibility. In the Turkish currency. Evidently, it was not what Erdogan wanted and he was ousted. Damian SAS are joining us now, Damien. What's your sense of whether this will get remedied in some way from the political operatives around President Erdogan? Because right now? You got a currency problem? Yeah, well, I'm not in the wheelhouse of President Erdogan and new Central Bank cover Cappuccio Glue seems to be a critic of the rate hikes. I mean, he came from the crew of government newspaper Yeni Safak. So you know, he seems to be just another pawn. He seems to be cut of the same cloth as Morocco Whistle who was the central bank governor before? Most recent sacking of Nazi oddball somebody who basically thought that cutting rates was a good thing to do in the face of rising inflation. And this is really what we're talking about here, ELISA. The inflation impulse in emerging markets is far stronger than anyone's even realizing certainly more than we're seeing here in developed markets. And so look. I mean, you've got Turkish locals who have moved their money off short into dollars into gold. And then I'll bring you back on shore anytime soon. And that's a real risk. Alright, Gaming. So for the smart Institution. Investors that you speak with Damian is Turkey. To what extent is that even investable? That's a great point. It's not. It's not as investable is that once was certainly and you know, it's probably only 1% of Ah e m local currency debt allocation. If that, certainly on the equity side, I think there's a little bit more there. But you know, you see the horses stumbled down 10% today. I think the currencies off now about 8 8.5%. It was down. You know as much as 10% earlier on, so it seems to be snapping back. I think the real risk in the real question is What does this mean for the broader, um, complex or we're going to see contagion into places like Egypt, the Nigerian South African Right now, we're really not seeing that Paul. I mean, CBS five years spreads are double that of South Africa. South Africa's Haven't really moved in lockstep with the same goes for Nigerian Egypt in some of the other high flyers, So you know, right now things seem to be relatively well contains, but the verdict is still out for sure.

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Hamish Martin - The Secret Garden Edinburgh

Humans of Hospitality

08:43 min | Last month

Hamish Martin - The Secret Garden Edinburgh

"Hamish maltin co founder of the secret herb garden and the secret garden distillery. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast today. I spent a time researching you yesterday. Hamish i fell in love with with you and your business. I even downloaded a copy of the secret garden book to listen to on audible when i'm driving up to scotland in some of this year so really looking for having a chat but before we get going where in the world you hamish. Well thank you I'm sitting currently in a study. An highest rebuild on sites which is secret have gone and to just outside edinburgh foot of the pentland hills Seven half acre have nasseri gotten. Wow it looks absolutely incredible another. I can say this. All of these podcasts lakes are used to go and do them all face to face and then covert came along. So i've had to learn to record remotely. But yet god i wanted to come and sit in that god. When i was looking at the pictures of online yesterday looks absolutely beautiful. So you are literally. i think. Probably obsesses world by by herbs and plants to the extent that i understand. You've grow six hundred of them yourself. So i thought maybe start with as you could just go through six hundred and let me know the attributes of now we went we do that. But that's that's quite impressive but it's hard to know where to start in many ways because you you've got a sharper distillery herb nursery revenge garden. You run events weddings so much more. But i i guess the backdrop to all of that is your love of plants. So if it's okay. We'll start there. And i'm just wondering when you decided you wanted a life changing you wanted. Your future to revolve around plants will win. Was that what was the trigger. That led you to sort of start. Studying tackles while i used to have back from another life. I used to have a a wine. Business in scotland colin variety which I started with my father. He cited possibly nineteen ago. But i'd already been the as. I love the wine trade because it was involved with the grapes in the growing. But i'd always had my loss of line. The small tiny piece land when i was twenty to stop growing always be addicted with hill running while swimming being was a while camping all that sort of debugging and all that sort of stuff But i i spent From ninety one to two years so computers at twelve years ago on a built in priority up and obviously supplying tiles and restaurants scotland and also down than With mine that i really sort of lost the soul of it Building business building a business and my real passion was in growing the plants. That is spending so much of my free time day and being outside and i thought you know what i don't change my lifetime Another will and actually went through a big change in my life at that point anyway and it was right on. I'm doing it and it was very big. Cutoff began Ended up selling in radicals. Now in morton's up here. And i retrained botanic gardens rob gardens edinburgh for two years and came home and i traveled quite a bit and worked with a Medicine management you call medicine man in north north america which doctor and south african to really understand thoughts. And it's not until you sit feed someday truly connected to From this and i had no idea where the path was going to take in any respect. All i knew was that i want to spend the rest of my life with hats. Specifically specifically hubs Any was a leap of faith To it but i'm not sure that you've announced your question but that but it i'd love it though. I love the fact that yeah that you do. Do you just sort of made that decision. It seems like a cooling and the more we hear about how much you can do with plants. I'm going to ask a medicine man in north america. That sounds fascinating. Wh what was involved. There is his his remarkable jensen nat Booth by trying to his. He's written some books action about the moments in my study. Here i is all about medicine will welcoming nature Basically it is hard school of of learning It's not sort of any books in words. It's more physical actions that side and understanding the communication that you can have with the outside world And it was. It's an ancient ancient System we've lost the connection in our modern world that actually is still very vibrant in in the community in the in the wildest Connection with nature and really was just to learn more about that so he very much taught me a lot more about the connection of nature and hides commune with nature and the rich dodson. South africa was phenomenal. Man he was all about how to what the policy was. Just specifically hub in a medicine with lawns And that's what i'd studied. And i grow hers but i don't grow herbs. I grow because of a lot of people think especially in the hospital. They hobbs a nice culinary aromatic plants and yet actually good for nature definition of a hub for me is its medicinal full. Stop so when you look at plants says medicinal you look at our own indigenous plants. That means chick we ground other than the line oak. Alda it means opens the door to every indigent in a wild plants even more so my hope my whole path has been to aim for more information and what with the medicinal on medicinal level. Sounds incredible i. I would love that adventure. I've just at this. I think i did an interview with somebody on on mushrooms and had no idea about the sort of the the my caelian underground the ground and how connected everything is and then that took me down the rabbit hole of trees and i just read a book called over story of you heard of that one. I haven't what what what. What was this a fiction book. It's fundamentally about. I suppose how. How the growth of trees put the sort of the the context of our time on earth and generations in context. But i just find a amazing how connected nature is so. Yeah i think i would. I would love to go on on that sort of adventure journey was. Was there any key things you learn from either of those two guys that really stands so sticks in your memory that may be reaffirmed that decision for you to have that sort of life change anything that really jumped out and you went. Wow that's incredible. I'm so glad. I'm on this adventure. Two things to one. You have two quite deep yourself And secondly is making sure that you on following any rules any rules any any known. Science rules excetera is all about the key. Word is imagination able to unlock the opportunity. I find it quite. I find science by straight yet. We live in a world now where we can't move because signs sector. Don't get me wrong. I believe in living in a balanced life taking sides and taking pods and somewhere in between is is is a balanced This science that we talk about entire nine science knows. Trees communicate together Is this this brand new science. No it's not in our. This has been known by indigenous peoples for millenniums. You know we're just very backward when it comes to We think brilliant on science but actually when it comes to that in the communication that happens. It's not just underneath the solar trees the helping to feed one another one's ill communication with the russians in. This always happens on plants as well you know. There is a communication plots. I'm not wearing assigned was not meant to be told there is an indication of vibration happens on a rock on a on a in the waters in the trees in the flies. It's all around us. It's a thin bail just to be able to then have a look underneath and then have that communication with it so i find that bit about science. I'm reading a beautiful book at the moment job and chat about how science is not catching up with all the sort of in a in a watkins of trees and how they work in the family unit etcetera etcetera. But that's been known for a very very very very long time

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Nearly 13% Illinoisans Are Now Fully Vaccinated

John Landecker

00:40 sec | Last month

Nearly 13% Illinoisans Are Now Fully Vaccinated

"This hour. A little more than 12% of Illinois. It's are now fully vaccinated against covert 19 new coronavirus cases were up slightly. WGN's Lauren lap to has the numbers in the past 24 hours. There were 1997 new covert cases in Illinois and 19 additional deaths. Statewide positivity rate is 2.3%. It's also been a slight uptick in covert variant cases. To date, researchers have found 120 cases of the UK variant. Three cases of the South African variant in two cases of the Brazil variant. More than 4.1 million vaccines have been administered in Illinois, and the state is averaging roughly 102,000 shots. Daily Lauren Lap Good

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"south african" Discussed on Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"south african" Discussed on Dr. Des Says.. It’s All Your Immunity Podcast

"Believe this is one of those times. You may have recently awakened to headlines like the one that said. Israel's health ministry confirmed that two israelis who recently recovered from the corona virus have been reinfected by the bay area. I identified south africa. That announcement came as israel was seeing a drop in its infection rates. Another story from the. Uk's the guardian recently reported that the south african variant reduced the astrazeneca oxford university corona virus vaccine to only attend percent efficacy against mild to moderate infection. This is in relation to its efficacy of over eighty percent against the original virus. These stories encapsulate the core issues the viral variants present when we are trying to predict if we will ever be raided the corona virus versus happening at a time when many countries were experiencing falling infection rates only to see those rates increase after the variance gained prevalence in a community. Second once natural infection conferred a measure of immunity to the original virus. The reinfection with variant shows that the original viral infection which to this point has been the dominant form cannot confer protection against the variance and third. The variants may have rendered one of the most hutton vaccines against the corona virus useless against mild to moderate infection so before we continued less. Define what is meant by an radicalization. It means the permanent reduction two zero a worldwide incidence of infection caused by a virus as the result of deliberate efforts and is the point in which intervention measures are no longer needed in order to eradicate in infectious disease or lessen its ability to impede daily. What has to happen. Is that the majority of a defined population has to have immunity through vaccination or natural exposure. This reduces the number of human targets. The virus must have kamath apply itself and spread infection throughout the community. You probably already know. This is the idea of herd immunity. What this south african variant and other variants are doing is making it more difficult to get in sustain immunity because vaccines may not be as effective. Which is the first part of communal immunity anti reim- factions. Tell us that. Most of the conferred immunity to the first or original. Corona virus is not conferred to its variance. This means there might have to be a reset population to have immunity to the variance. If exposure is gained natural immunity that is why the south african variant is called and escape. All of these are example of viruses being able to escape some natural occurring. Antibodies and those antibodies produced by the vaccines.

"south african" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:32 min | 8 months ago

"south african" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"On today's show, we take you to the South African Bush with Anna to talk about a very unique second career for retired racehorses Eric Floyd joins us again to talk about the into doubts of handicap racing as we prepare for the Kentucky Derby Sarah Coleman brings some news from new vocations and Leandra drops another hot trading tip and are adoptable horse of the week listening. Then they're off on retired resource radio. The podcast is your guide to the adoption care and training of the retired racehorse. This is Jamie Jennings in Norman. Oklahoma and this is joy hills from Kalamazoo Michigan and you're listening to you retired racehorse radio. Well, joy by God I. Think you've done it I mean just when you think we can't possibly cover another thing that off the track thoroughbreds can do for a career you go and find. This is possibly going to be the most awesome interview for an off the track thoroughbred type interview ever. I feel like I've raised the bar to a point that like. Other passes. So believable, I hope everyone enjoys it. I gotTA give it out to Glenn though he someone you shared it, I just mind blowing one of the most exciting interviews we've done. Let me tell you guys. I'm just GonNa give you a little in the business. We call it the TS I'm GONNA give you a TS here. It has to do with off the track thoroughbreds and Rhinoceros. Okay nuff. Said this is going to be an awesome interview coming up in just a little bit but first of all girl I am over this heat I am ready for August to be over. It's almost almost through it dame and our fly season has been the word I an elite to my horse. I decided to put flyers sheets on them. I try not to do it but like we just had to go for it this year. Leave it to my thoroughbred to be the one horse you could be stuck in her sheet. Oh No an artist sitting on like painting Trot polls making them pretty. So we can start working on our new dressage stuff. I. Watch this lovely little chestnut because she's not little anymore. But sprinting around bucking to the moon quite is going on I get up there. She's trying to rip her sheet off rolling around and so I'm like. I felt like you know in the drastic park movies where a was his name. I'm Chris Evans. And US yeah. That Guy Chris yes. Anyway he puts his hands out with the raptors he's like. Nobody else like that's what I felt like with my horse, I'm like running out there. and. She's looking at me like I don't know if I'm more scared of you or this be. So a ripper sheet off the already dead in their she killed it but just not enough and then she just rolls and then licks my hand. Oh my gosh that is terrifying. Yeah. They ever standstill and by the way I don't know if his name is Chris or not I know him as star Lord or Andy Dwyer Nathan? Part Yeah. From parks and REC but..

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"south african" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"south african" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"This is the Horse Radio Network. You. A four horses in the morning A. You're listening to the number one horse podcast in the world. Here's your entertaining look at the Horse World and the people in it. I am Glenn the Geek in California and you're listening to horses in the morning for Tuesday September the first episode, twenty, five, nine, this episode is brought to you by you the auditors we're still trying to get the first Tuesday of the month monthly spot filled. We have a few options we are working through now hopefully, it'll be filled soon in the meantime it is Kentucky Derby Week and they had a great guest on the retired Racehorse radio show talking about it the other guest. Took you into the South African Bush to talk about a very unique career for retired racehorses I thought I would play that for you today this entire episode of retired Racehorse Radio. If you heard it already on their feet, then Jamie and I will see you again tomorrow with another new show and Jamie and I will be doing a regular show on Labor Day as well. So we will be here on day for you to to bring you all the entertainment from the Horse World. Well. Here are Jamie enjoy in one of their best episodes yet. This is the Horse Radio Network. This.

"south african" Discussed on Truth Be Told

Truth Be Told

05:59 min | 9 months ago

"south african" Discussed on Truth Be Told

"Three cups of coffee a month you can get twenty minutes documentary every week a twenty minute documentary of all this research and discovery in South Africa. That we put it together with my new video team. It's like having a National Geographic Channel that reports only on this stuff that we talk about in southern Africa and it's incredible. I've seen some of the the fossils and they're giant. I mean, I. Don't even want to I like to keep it on the scientific obvious stuff but I mean there is evidence. Of giants that are coomber long. That's hard to even comprehend but there's these giant bones explain these bones. Well we explain them because they fossilized body pots they not rocks their fossilized body parts, and now we know that. The fossilized body parts of mud fossils tune into both hohenfels rock Ornstein. Geology Southern Africa and also dollar ride rock. So these John Reid. Rocks actually fossilized and petrified but's it's an incredible prehistory. Most of of the and I've I've seen people that go down now that you had that cardiologist recognize that one rock as a heart. Yeah. It is amazing timing. I was standing with his rock in my in my hand. No no news heart Oh i. was looking at it because I studied pharmaceutics at medical school. So obviously are doing anatomy and physiology and all that. So I have a reasonably good understanding of this. I can recognize a buddy padron see one. People need to know this about my background I'm not just guessing on recognize what a spleen looks like what a bladder looks like gall over a leg or you know a jaw Joel Bone on so. I have some training in this, and then this guy, I'm holding this heart in my hand, but it's a big heart site and this guy pulls up, he jumps up and he goes. I guess I'm telling. You have been watching stuff and and he goes well, it looks like a heart you holding amazing. Yeah, I. Think it's a hard and he goes yeah, that's a hard. I'm a surgeon on what it looks like. That's incredible. Now see to me that should be like the press release discovery look at this, and how do you explain heart that size and that old? Well so something was here and and the scary part is that something here that was cutting out the hearts because you you know. The hard was already out of the buddy when the pitcher fixation took place, the rooms that are have already cut up and they were busy being consumed and eaten the leg bones the legs of all these different weird creatures from big legs like a big you know. A leg of leg of a cow and pork and leg of lamb and all kinds of creatures and we don't have today some of them look humanoid. and. And these are being cut up and prepared for consumption like we have. Legs of. Stuff hanging butcher it's gross but that's what happens walk into a butchery today. It's not a pretty sight. For people that are sensitive to that kind of culling, you're literally changing history. I mean this is these discoveries checked everything. Yeah. Now, we just need to get it out there. He'll need to know this is real I'm not just imagining it is come to museums see it for yourself. Right and a lot of your speculation stuff is one thing that people can challenge and I get that. But. This is a heart we can look at that. We can do a cat scan of it. We can see that it's that big. It's there. You gotta explain it and these circles. There's ten million stone circles there I mean it's physically there we've got to come up with. To me, it feels like this deserves a lot of study. It deserves a lot of study at deserves that needs a lot of funding I before he can do the study and then they experimentation. The key thing for me is that we need to do something this information on this knowledge, and that's where it gets to the hall of. Contributions and thing if you what we learn from the past, we better put into good use for the future and that for me is the most exciting thing. Is it fun for you also that you have like these new discoveries so you're you're you're always come up with some new. Thing that you never would have thought. And I'm not. I'm just I just happened to be in the right place time and it's almost like his bydesign as long as there's a plan. I'm not in of. That makes you feel it's almost like a synchronicity is it is almost like it's been planned. The it's incredible. Listen guys go to what's your side tells what your site is. Both listeners to go serve both two million listeners, right? Yes. Both million listens. To. Michael Tonge. Dot Com and Michael Dot Com and join our channel and also. help on the museum because a museum like that Rolling Stone Circle Museum that is circular as well which looks awesome. It's already coming along. And it's at roof level I just need to put a roof on the internal display cabinets and the lighting and a con, and then we can open the museum but you realize that museum like this cannot survive from selling tickets at the door. So museums like the survive from people that a passionate about this patrons of the museum. Patrons of Arts and and the upper school, and and the the whatever in New York and all these patrons, spend millions and all these places well on eat some of these people with the pockets I don't think they know it's there. So hopefully when to. Two million people. And the museum you're going to have some of these, these these these mud fossils found. Already in the museum in the existing him but the museum is too small and it's just a converted garage. It's been turned into museum. This is going to be at already is spectacular museum, just the roof and the completion. To House all these things. 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"south african" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"south african" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"But things that happen things change and the as long as these problems in the world they are solutions and if the solution you can sell that solution that's what I love about. South Africa's much is this so many issues that means there's so many opportunities So we offer them look at solutions. That's that's my co founder. Thomas plays cuddly. I keep saying to me. We have solutions based not You don't get the problems. Recognize the problem and sit down. We discussed the solution together. So did you feel some kind of way when pay you was invited to be part of the Labor network and they will I distribution partners so I didn't know that so they. They resell brought under them so if they get in we get ourselves all of our partners so you guys take Nikki. Part of the Lebron Network. I guess like Nick Lee but but not really well. That doesn't mean much right now. I have to be honest. Y- look we. We were in Amsterdam as well. We met with the AIDS. They as well a they were looking. Don't give too much information on the air but yeah we we in talks with them We we we've been into the I think you're right to be careful because I know definitely. They hit a policy listens to the show. I really genuinely did not know that I it was. I was actually thinking I was going to be a doozy question on some. I did wonder what other people who had been left out of. The initial nitwits weren't invited to the table. I wondered what they were thinking secretly. And it's interesting because I thought you'd be one of those people to be like well. We fought some kind of way but here you are at the table by proxy via pay. You who knew I think we sitting outside in the in the waiting way and people are dining inside. But I mean it's you're holding the coats holding the Costa but listen. It's been an incredible show. I've learned so much having you both on and I want us to end with something. That's literally cropped up in the last forty eight hours or so. The news that there's a bill that the House of Democrats want to float to Congress as a way forward to basically solve for this disaster that has befallen the world and a stimulus package which among other things includes their hope for the creation of Digital Dala and the establishment of digital wallets. I read an article by Jason Brits in Forbes Magazine Detailing this you with taking we'll put it in the show notes as well. I wonder what you guys think about the Times. We're in and how the world's never going to be the same in ways that just two weeks ago we could not have contemplated in what. What are you guys? Envisage well economically for one dealer we seeing the US do what they always do. In Times of economic crisis which is print more money? And this time we're going into multiples of trillions of dollars that are being printed so it's the central banking system doing what they always do which is devalued currency and betrayed public. Trust at happened in two thousand nine and it's happening now again. Central banks do a lot of things right. They also did our things wrong. But fundamentally the ability for the US just print as much money as at one point. I mean we literally had senators this week. Touting the American people have infinity money. Of course they do. They can print as much as they want. The world's reserve currency so they're ramifications of this economically are going to be a massive luckily in South Africa. We've been smart and we've gotten ahead of the curve emulated. What's been happening South Korea? We're going to weather the storm but except we don't have as robust a healthcare service as South Korea does but I'm hoping we'LL WE'LL SOLVE. Well that's interesting. We've actually got more hospital beds per capita than the United States. Does we've got more ventilators per capita than most of Europe so actually. I don't think we are too badly on that front. What I hate though. Is this narrative that people have where they think? The discussion is between staying at home and ruining the economy or risking getting sick and saving the economy and overlooking the massive economic impact the disaster. That'll happen if millions of people get sick and die especially if the virus gets out there and to the poorest of the poor in Africa and we start to see social disruption. Looting BORDERS BEING SWAMPED. Like what the economic impact of that be. It would be you know. Multiple is worse than staying home for a month and economic impact of that which is going to be bad but not anywhere near as bad as the impact of millions of people. Getting sick and dying. So you know I think we starting to wake up to some realities. I think this is a good dress rehearsal for a real pandemic. I'm not saying that. Covert nine hundred isn't a real pandemic but you can imagine another bug breaking out. That is much more intractable. Transmission rates are much worse than that has a higher mortality rate. And what would happen then so. I think it's good that we catching a wakeup call. About how serious. These things are. And how ill-prepared we offer them in so many ways and then we seeing some positive things as well like this next month is going to be fantastic for the environment. They list planes in the sky while the digital dollars ridiculous because ninety nine percent of already digital so it's a meaningless statement lack. Us Now they're going to have a wallet so that they can come and fit your dollars out of your can't directly but they've already digital so I don't know what they mean by that also of course these digital Darla presumably Africa's going to be offered by way of aids to mop up all the four loud for for not responding in time. Look again as you said. I'm a pathological optimists. I see a lot of two coming out of this. It's going to be a brutal time. It's going to be a very difficult time. A lot of people are going to get sick. Most of us are going to get this virus. That's just a reality. Hopefully we'll have vaccine soon. It citra but I think it's teaching us again about how connected the world is how much we off. We are when we work together instead of driving. Wedges between us it's teaching entire generations about the power of the Internet like seeing my parents transform their businesses using zoom and slack. All the tools we've been using for the last five to ten years and going. Wow this really works and hey I can hang out with my friends overseas and have a drink over the internet. Isn't that cool you know. Socially it's changing so much and I think society they're going to be a lot of positives coming out of this but it's going to be a very difficult. I I'm just standing here. Sort of postulating participating not being economist sociologist epidemiologist virologist anybody who had qualified to speak on. This hopeless optimist. At that'll that'll suffice man. That's me but do you know it's interesting as you were talking. I was just thinking. Mitch I mean lots of research have appeared the buddy of mine who who actually did Some research into just how different South African adoption habits around digital money is relative to other African markets? And he's not alone. There's quite a few studies here and there there's also anecdotal evidence to show that South Africa hasn't been the most receptive to mobile money to the use of cards necessarily or anything that isn't frankie cash. And you indicated that the top of the show that you guys are seeing a massive uptick in your business and I just wonder what the landscape might look like in the South Africa way. You know just digital payments are literally for everybody not just people with jobs not just people with smartphones. Or who understand how to work widen and I imagine you relish that prospect. Because it's going to be great for Your Business. But what does that world look like as a result of all of this? I mean I did leave. I'll one guy but I guess I can. I can mention this name Because he's finished the first buffalo series the GEICO. Frontal Cooper is ex deputy governor of a South African Reserve Bank and he's he's invested no company so that name draw he's is he always radical. Because we always have these debates and I don't believe gold or anything. I don't believe economies are based on economies at the moment you're GonNa have more data in the world and the is money in the world. Will we get a bottle from aliens? You know so. I think it's just the system that's now failed somewhat ninety three key to make it work. Somehow I feel like a. Bitcoin is probably a bitter cold. Makes more sense to me right now. But he's he's mentioned about having a digital currency within South Africa and that the the South African Reserve Bank as thought about it and technically. It's very easy to implement but the security aspect of it is what they were about at the moment to steal actual gas. You after put on your mask and go into the bank and tell everybody to stick their hands up and get their cash and run out with the notes but now you can just you know hack into a system and get it in transfer it somewhere else. That's he says is the worry about going into it fully digital system me and within a country but if you look at what. India did like one day. They just said everybody nomo paper money. You know the McQueen's it won't work tomorrow. That transition was a massive thing and it was a surprise. I don't know if you can kinda prepare people for your after. Surprise them to give him the shock and that's why they've ATM. The rise with are now in Lagos for instance the cash. The new notes was surprisingly enough. But I did get it all note. It looks like an old goblet. It's healthy to have the stuff going around. So the is the same goal gashes king and I've seen a few articles. Were in this last week. That said could the king you know. Step Down Now. Especially if the king is found to be like conjugate of this straighted virus and the most ridiculous backward thing to promote its circulation. So yeah so I mean I do believe that again it comes down to the Galatian. No Fun take no bank and do this on their own. The government must decide. The president is going to have to keep us waiting for two hours before he steps out again and says a we are now going digital but yes discipline is as he can. Sit US off for this. Because what's going to happen. Is People are going to start withdrawing all the money in something graceful APP see surprise everybody switch switch. Yo will just like that and some people win. Some people will lose but the thing is we'll switch over and then cash stylized like that Allah India and so. I think it's going to be a really interesting time to be in Fintech. So if you if you'll permit me guys I'll I'll definitely be in touch with you guys to hear that things are going down different. Hopefully we have. Oh Hey that would be a thing man listens. I wonder what your take on this whole Cova? Dhs Nineteen situation is in your part of the world and you're part of the continent also thinking about the potential impacts it might have on the financial services status quo. We've all come to accept the way things are and this whole new wave a Fintech. That is changing things up and now everybody needing to Shimmy Duck. And we've in the light of what is the most unprecedented pandemics of modern. History is going to be a fascinating couple of years and I don't want to make light of all the suffering that's accompanying this trend. So is not jovial vibes. You sensing it's really hopeful vibes for what could be hopefully some good to come out of a really bad situation. Tell us what you think. Please draw the line. We're on social. 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"south african" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks

Folklore on the Rocks

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"south african" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks

"All right. Hello, ladies and gentlemen. I'm Logan. I'm Lynn the. This is folk lore on the rocks and today we are doing a reading of some traditional folklore stories, some South Africans this. So our last creature feature is is on the Groot slang. And he's a story from South Africa, the kind jungles of the dark continent, and we kind of wanted to look at some other stories from that area. So let's just jump right in re are going to be just reading the original experts unabridged, and we want you to make up your own mind about this. These aren't specifically pertaining to cryptic words as much as just folklore, but I want to kind of frame the the world that generated these, these monsters that we're looking at. So let's start with a story. The author of these unfortunately is unknown. Many of these were just kind of told through. Through verbal transmission pass down with each retelling. The first story is called crocodiles, treason. It is. It is from a book, it's collected stories by specific person. Oh, cool. Yeah. So the book is called South African folktales and it's by James a 'Jones and g and he just collected the tells. It was nineteen ten when he published it was, I think meant more is like a kid spoke something a little bit, but I think that these sales will be good. They're, they're very interesting. There's a lot of animal characters in them and everything like jungle book or something like that. Now before we begin our story, we hope everyone's going to drink in front of you. Lindsay. What are you drinking? I am drinking that same thing. China. I was drinking with crippling the seltzer water. Okay. But it's alcohol IQ, and I've got a different flavor this time. It's a grapefruit, Carta mom. Very nice. It's delicious. And as the day weather's on shifted from the Bloody Mary up to lemonade and high whist whiskey, it's local distiller distillery. Yeah, but it's it's a nice kind of rye whiskey that just kind of works well when the the sun is overhead and that kind of seemed to work for South African stories. High west is delicious. If you've ever had anything from their highly recommended. Good stuff. Yes. All right. Well, let's start off with our first story. The crocodiles, treason. Crocodile was in the days when all animals could still talk the acknowledged form of all water creatures. And if one should judge from appearances, one would say he still is. But in those days, it was his especial duty to have general care of all water animals. And when one year it was exceedingly dry and the water of the river where they had lived a dried up and become scarce. He was forced to make a plan to trek over to another river, a short distance from there. He first sent off to spy. He stayed away two days and brought back report that there was still good water in the other river real sea cow holes and not even a drought of several years could dry up after he answered it. This the crocodile called to his side tortoise and alligator. No kidding said he, I need you to tonight to carry a report to Lyon, say than to get ready. The vote is dry and you will probably have to travel for few days without any water. We must make peace with lion and his subjects. Otherwise, we will utterly perish this year and he must help us make the trick over to the other river, especially past the Bowers farm that lies in between and travel unmolested by any of the nobles of the belt. So long as the trek lasts of fish on land is sometimes very helpless thing as you all know, the two had it mighty hard in the burning sun and on the drive belt. But eventually they reached lion and handed him the treaty. What. It is going on now thought lion to himself when he had read it, I must consult jackal. I said he, but to the commissioners he gave back an answer that he would be the following evening with his advisors at the appointed place at the big Vara land..

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"south african" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"south african" Discussed on In The Gate

"Welcome back to win the gate the uprising at the north rand training center and randjiesfontein lasted for approximately three days june nineteen th through the twenty first but the momentum leading to the action started almost a month earlier from what we can gather the grooms who are not unionized were influenced by a five year old radical political movement called the eff the economic freedom fighters on their website they list among their goals the introduction of minimum wages in order to close the wage gap between the rich and poor and to close the apartheid wage gap and promote rapid career paths for africans in the workplace though sound pretty reasonable and the truth is that many of the groom's that handle south african thoroughbreds are black so the eff's goals seem to make sense for them but the eff also describes themselves as a radical and militant economic anti capitalist and anti imperialist emancipation movement they've been described by others as leftist and marxist and two years ago one of their party's political candidates was disqualified from a local election for saying that white people should be hacked and killed but make no mistake the eff has influence in south africa in the country's general election held in two thousand fourteen just one year after the party was formed the eff won twenty five seats in the national assembly their version of congress that's the thirdhighest total by party well behind the top two but still way ahead of the many other parties that exist in the country we tried repeatedly to make contact with a representative of the economic freedom fighters which is why we posted this podcast several days later than we planned we were told that someone would get back to us but we followed up several times with no response and as for the groom's you'll hear in our conversation with five time champion south african trainer jeff woodruff why exactly the groom's would not speak with us either spectrum i hate man and he said that done awesome present that gonna feel like they being singled out there's intimidation amongst themselves you know what you need to understand is that quite a radical political party has got into es and they now fear for their own selves their safety because an injury to one is an injury to old so they'll consider that traitress action is africa and intimidation is order of the day when there's something goes on like this and other times city radical political parties got a hold of them cool the ef and they fearful of reprisals against them it's even even gets out that they speak to you while you know they went on a wildcat strike so obviously it's twice that done it at brek in the middle and really when a process trying to get into things settle down we have address the grievances but now if a pushing in for more so it's you know we involving libranoy is and the c cni but everything's going to be done completely by the book bride how do you feel i feel in it's if any of them did have the gym grievances then of course if you'll for them that would that would be in the small minority on income king alive must probably in excessive thousand cruise and when i say the minority i not how many comfort number on i think it'd be even ten percent that you know went meeting when the seeding if he'd benefit we pay unemployment insurance fund whitman's compensation we pay this folding they get accommodation which they said was good enough but while they trashed it millions of rands was paint on feb itching any about three years ago and they they they trash it their bid of louis nation backward nation if you know what i mean and they're all paid above not on they won't pay already before the wage negotiations we're paid about the basic minimum wage if the country so nobody was breaking the law in any way check reform and they hostile is provided for them by.

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"south african" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"south african" Discussed on In The Gate

"I had read one article that said you'd be cutting your staff by almost half now i think i hear you said a quarter how much are you working the numbers here maybe it's a hard that'd be anything between twenty five and forty percents just depending on the mount divorces that reminds i'm reach stuck shooting i used to be my feet i'm not going to be sending out for other people to look to each scratching my business we're going to be twenty five to forty percent down and stuff now you've run horses and experienced racing cultures all over the world what kind of impact do you think this action by grooms will have around the world including here in the united states well you know that's hard to say because you know once it of worries about your answer naria i i really would deprive in the i do not want that on my several around the world green around the world with far harder than out and off the two three horses whereas if on the i remember this guy into the starts it gaza be off the ford five differently england after they rotting four and five buff you know strike that possibly even more father it's not the hardest richmond town with respect to them so you know supposed to be we need to just trying to rerun things we have to i think possibly could work to fix it and i think they're getting away you know with not working off as as as the national league where and it's something that they could often be something from guys don't get me wrong of any good with but we can slow for a little bit even abundance of later and start working one group to also of egg being election but we've always said nothing the big is because of it so we can increase their like to meet the national liberal voting have been going to recall them well we're glad that you're okay and appreciate your taking a few minutes to enlighten our audience about this volatile situation thank you so much sir berry an accident and we really appreciate it was supposed to give africa evade rushing a country where the fuck it and she's relieved needed support of the world to be on a fully we're going to take a short break here on in the gate but when we come back some more perspective on the south african uprising with five time champion trainer jeff woodruff so don't go away.

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"south african" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"south african" Discussed on In The Gate

"And i think that he's seeing the difference is that been politics so after the agreement was reached whoever reached it these grooms presumably came back to work i mean what was it like for them and for you to try to go back to businesses usual after that the other fix it just they just crack on you know sort of knocking actually say we you know it's just a i'm ready throws dials because we are eighty sabaki rotted shouldn't be viewed as sigui be in the sex and i'm not trying to make an excuse for but we actually do grow up for enough more than most would in the world so i'm not saying that it's roster possibly a little more fixing and we sort of be a little more vivid of each other fall river sometimes well that's it i mean how scared were you for yourself for your farm for your horses as this was happening actually honestly i mean i could have ended the one morning driving into that's full of feen and driving towards the ninety and i was confronted by that two hundred three hundred and fifty on does and i've been thinking my my son in the fable and three i in that i mean and i volunteer news all about system friends who are older pella the gaza cedric other groups and improved beloved and systems that defense is is my son and they say they have to and my son from the quoted into bed you need to get your sixty this this is exiting i got there and they were hundred and fifty people from trenton new wrestling listening this number i'm dying what's on the thought of that and probably my son you don't make me on broad so you know fourteen facets tennessee prevails and we went to you know i i've locked to bury the over today gator generally gutting dazs animal and it's it's it's craziness you know just feel the people who the and then about it office well i know you know we've seen people on different sporting teams you know tussle on the field and then presumably go out for a beer afterwards to talk about it it just seems like this is a little bit beyond that we're talking with south african trainer my cock here on in the gate now this whole situation had an impact on you personally as well how was your health affected by this unfortunately i'm saying he bought us out and simply the stuff little and i wanna be part of the of the scenario but i to be on my walk runs an unbelievable aids program i mean we very aggressively groom seen all over the world with me even in even the the frozen goods by whatever you you know we tried a lift and the you know listen to them feuding your all sorts of sending things and you know the fake of violence over trump's actually stops to stuff the diction unfortunately after the you know my blood fish through the roof author of artists thankfully it was just that's sure but you know i was did because it was such a nervous or something really close to our on our hard my family with an off my my wife says front saved by the the president wherever you and to be excused i mean his beat them out the motorcyle was just absolutely absurd but the game you know before this was a political party that's gonna do whatever they needed to do say whatever they needed to say that it results hey blonde on very convinced imam on that there's no way that the people are employed of this way on this politics how do you feel right now well well you you you butchered richard interested about the whole thing and and actually that's a really good business restructure on tonight i'm gonna have to lay off any prophesying myself to meet with them on intends of rights laws and possibly just esteemed on in making a little bit i mean those remaining flooring live differently group but they've done to be a few that are now then to be unemployed and this is a reality of southern is i think that's right thank you think you're gonna go to i've instruction and need is gonna how many many many under the jobs lost we've seen it in the mani in the scene because it starts tomorrow semester blazes would myth along with the same instructing and nothing i'm going it's been badly dachshund of this foss emits which is many of the country you're not seen constant this rough and now could could do do this this.

"south african" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"south african" Discussed on World Cafe

"A common music is still kind of elite you know what type of things very similar to some young yeah and then you go to a was there in our town wear might be credible comes from pit him what his bag uh this little qatar pay because on big usac days must gandhi and other thousand back on that so brothers come from there and then you go up north of what the felipe toubon ni selasih lautaro and you know petty music with all of these polluted me can you know so it's very interesting so most of us i too putin as much as our indigenous sounds into alleges now this helping us fail before would you like to do another one fours what do you want to play next a think go into play is ep simply meaning where they we took nebot good lead us south africa south african politics are going down the drain so what i'm asking where these wise leaders who wear there where the anna's list please to age gap and talk about it you know these guides we're not or key all right at the moment not yet mm the the.

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"south african" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"south african" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the 1980s masekela went on to perform with paul simon on the graceland to defending him when simon was accused of breaking a cultural boycott blooming and bad loan is 1987 hit bring him back home became the anthem for nelson mandela's visits around the world after his release from prison in his autobiography masekela describes his struggle against apartheid eight and his own personal fight against alcoholism it was wants quoted as saying had squandered fifty million dollars but he will be remembered as one of the great voices of the protest era and the new south africa that followed and from the sadly looking back the great life in music and politics of you must that was at the bbc's richard hamilton the south african culture minister has tweeted a bow about a tree has fallen the nation has lost a one of a kind musician let's talk more about the great hugh with grant clocks out african journalist who joins us now the music first what made him so special just in jazz in trumpet terms do you think grant while loans of think mostly in was he's iconic style that he was a really really talented musician and he's crossing ship was on pont he'd played but all the big great names in jazz of his time duke ellington miles davis he's spoken about a that uh two different biographies and memoirs i'm something to play at that level is what's he skill that he had a very very distinctive as sound that was african there was very jazz that was jazz but was also very african and south african at fused with south african rhythms and i think that's what made him politically distinct music linked we had fantastic variety just to not to a victory by our own richard hamilton i should my sleep different styles of coast the politics was unavoidable for him and it's unavoidable us talking about it as well it sort of forced him in his view to leave the country as well what did he become as a cultural political figure as a kind of a figurehead of a kind of antiapartheid while he became an icon rally and i think that was.

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"south african" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"south african" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"One case which was probably the most notorious famous whatever you like was when i went to collect my male one day this was in 1984 and i was wet six years before nelson mandela was released ten years before the multitude shell elections that's our africa and it was in fact in the year where i was trying to set up the namibian and find the funding set a and just for people who are in aware explain namibia's relationship with south africa and you may be used to be called southwest after absolately namibia yes was seen as the sort of fifth colony of south african governed as such and as i say it was as you mentioned as south with waste africa which we even at the time priority independence regarded morris a geographical direction than the name of the country and so just before we started the namibian we decided in fact we were the first to use that name inside the country even the liberation movement at the time fighting against south african occupation when known as the south waste africa people's organisation swap her that we use the name for the newspaper and obviously that caused huge controversy at the time but to jump back a little bit my wrist was mainly because i had been to my post office box one day to collect mail and thoughtout comeback for it later and when i came back the mail box was mt so i'd called the postmastergeneral and said they something very strange happening he said he would enquire and it wasn't a mattress twothree days where i gotta registed envelope in the in the in in the post with top topsecret all over it and then being sent to me an era and it was actually for the interception of all my incoming and outgoing mail for reasons of state security so i released this document to the the media and was immediately arrested under the official secrets act so i spend about a week in jail for that and i was warned of charges in terms of the act but they were later dropped i think mainly because it was going to be quite a big impediment to the south african government at.

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"south african" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"south african" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"A south african model allegedly assaulted by zimbabwe's first lady grace mcgarvy has mounted a legal challenge against this of african government's decision to give had diplomatic immunity mrs makabe was allowed to leave south africa with her husband president robert mugabe on sunday despite the accusation she had attacked gabbra angles at a hotel for more on the legal challenge i spoke to africa editor mary hoffa it set itself early stages papers have been filed by month ankles at the high court and in that ethical she argues that the granting of diplomatic community great copy within valid and the minister of international relations who made this decision misinterpreted the law because no head of state let alone a first lady should be granted immunity for a serious crime that's her argument yeah the south african government well in the past they've they've shrugged off criticism for example when they allowed the sudanese president to leave an early is only going to happen and going to come of this case well i mean eventually i presume that that the court will rule and dumped the affidavit does sight to acts one of the maystadt explicitly exclude granting diplomatic community to heads of state who've either killed or seriously injured anybody in south africa but meanwhile the minister who made the decision to grant immunity let grace mugabe go home she argued their tom even it was an agonizing decision maintaining good relations with zimbabwe was absolutely imperative and it's important to remember that even they robert mugabe as a kind of international pariah in southern africa he still seen as the kind of grandfather of liberation movements he commands immense respect.

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"south african" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"south african" Discussed on Amanpour

"Benin juice tool bribery and therefore within this unique context where president has violated the constitution south africa faces difficult days in that we are in a recession junk status we do need that new beginning in the base step to start is to vote at jacob zuma and the secret ballot gives courage to members in the end see an across political platforms to say they can come out tomorrow and exercise their vote without the feel all the things that have already cited and do you have a sense of how many a and c voters are sorry how many inc members would need to sort of defect against zuma in order for the for the vote to pass at this point in time the south african parliament makes it clear that it must be by simple majority it via a majority of the members were there tomorrow and we believe at this point uh they could be oh his uh up to fifty members who would come out and vote at which will be very significant i think what shouldn't be less tracked is the fact that they'll position in south africa's united as is united behind this coal on with civil society along with academia in various platforms the simple coal is that jacob zuma must step down as president and we believe this will be in the interest of south africa country that i believe has the potential to become prosperous create work for other people and so the choice in some is simple tomorrow it's whether you vote for south africa or you vote for jacob zuma.

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"south african" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"south african" Discussed on Amanpour

"Quarter obgyn these coaccused count superior maddow lives and briefed the anc like his father before him your whole life you've been an anc supporter yes i am and you will remain an emergency support i we've but these are strange times for the party of nelson mandela should president jacob zuma stepped down yes i think i'll put it must him down for the good of the country south africa's president seems out of stick with many in his own party a politician in survival mode facing angry sustained protests from the people president zuma faces more than seven hundred counts of alleged corruption he use public money to fund his private homestead and the highest court in the land says that it didn't uphold is oath of office the list of scandals is islam they've rainy managed to infiltrate and capture sort of almost every part of the state and the list is getting longer in a new trove of more than two hundred thousand leaked emails suggesting alleged corruption with tens of millions of dollars between the cook to family wealthy indian expats with vast business interest in south africa and cabinet members stateowned industry bosses even members of zuma's immediate family he has an answer does allegation the gutters call the leaks fake news and zuma has long denied any corruption but the south african journalists and covering the emails are now facing sustained harassment when the start digging a new start investigating new arena where things.

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"south african" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"south african" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"But with they're going to say oh so the only thing i've heard of south africa wise was when i was watching lethal weapon to be my brother others the funniest seen in the world my my my favorite we'll be back down me and my brothers fair movie was was a white men can jump but there was a scene in lethal weapon to because they were fighting against i don't understand why is that i was a diplomatic community one i thank diplomatic community it's just been revoked now way way that's an american said it's just been revoked but there was a scene where danny glover goes into um crispin governor danny glover goes into the the south african embassy or something and and annetta joe pens she was like my friend wants to go to south africa and he goes okay sure yeah and then his front because understanding glover and he's a not said it must be some mistake he's like what do you mean there's no you it doesn't want to go south africa adam i can't do these afrikaners and he's like why not why not because because and the way i remember it the way i remembered his niger's looked it up the way i remember it is not how it was but added we're at me and my brother member is he's i wanna go to south africa and the guy from hide the consulate cause but what's your book sugar your book but like looking around like a tornado suit your book and he says black and that fuck an accent but.

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