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"western cape" Discussed on Crypto Banter
"He's talking about an 1130 EST on his Ben Armstrong channel. So go and check that out. Support his channel. Let's try to help the guy get also Hit Network, which is the old dudes, TJ and all the other guys. They're saying, look, to be clear, the hearing last Thursday was an emergency motion for Ben, which Ben filed to have his position restored to the company, which the judge promptly denied because it had no merit. The legal process is not concluded, but we are confident the court will continue to validate the steps we took to protect the company and its employees. So a big trouble in little China. That's pretty much what's happening. So that's coming now. Can we now move on to real crypto content? Josh, this is not a tabloid show. This is a serious crypto show. We can't keep running like a tabloid show. You're making the show into a tabloid putting stuff like this in the shop. I'm kidding. I put it. It wasn't James or Josh. Let's talk about serious things. I do want to talk about the SEC and a statement that they made yesterday, which is quite concerning for us because we're absolute degents. And I think we need to just consider what the SEC said. What the SEC said yesterday is this. They said, OK, the SEC have got a crypto chief, right? It's not Gary Gaines. It's a crypto chief. And he says we are coming for more exchanges with more charges. But this time they're not going for the likes of Binance. His name's David Hirsch. He said the United States SEC Enforcement Office is warning other crypto exchanges and DeFi will see more punishment and more charges soon. So be careful. The SEC has had its handful with many issues. However, the regulators crypto enforcer, Medicare, the SEC has more in store for the crypto industry. OK, so they're coming for exchanges and they're probably coming for DeFi. That's exactly what they said. What does this mean? I'll show you what this means for you. So what we know, we know when what the SEC is starting to realize is that they can't take on the big boys if they take on the big boys like Binance and Coinbase and Ripple and Grayscale. What happens is they fight back. And every time that these guys fight back, then the SEC seems to be taking knocks. And so what the SEC is probably going to do now, based on what we just read, is that they're going on a different strategy. And in this strategy, they're going after the decentralized exchanges and DeFi, the DeFi applications. So that is what we know. We know that even as as recently as yesterday or the day before, when they went to court with Binance and they wanted to go and look under Binance's dress, the judge said, no, no, no, no, you guys just chill. You're not going to get what you wanted. So now what the SEC is probably going to do is the SEC is going for DeFi. So here's where I'm going to show you something, but it's not a show because if you don't do this, then I can't help you. The story goes as follows. If you are in the United States and even if you're not in the United States, but especially if you're in the United States and you interact with DeFi applications and there are lots of DeFi applications, including decentralized apps, Uniswap, Gaines Network, which is one of our sponsors, GMX. Madam, when you think that you're interacting with DeFi, you have to remember that all these DeFi have centralized front ends, which means that, yes, it is a DeFi protocol, but the the Web page, the front end is owned by a centralized entity. And what the SEC does is it subpoenas and it sues the centralized entities. Now I'm going to show you something here very quickly. So if you look at ConsenSys, ConsenSys is the company that built MetaMask. What they say, the firm said that firm said that when using on using Infura as an RPC on MetaMask, a user's IP address and wallet address information would also be collected. They've spoken about this before. I mean, and all wallets and all DeFi applications actually store, amongst other things, your IP address. What is this IP address that I'm talking about? Every computer has a unique IP address when it logs onto the Internet. And that IP address tells the application who you are and where you are, because each IP address is region specific, city specific, country specific. You don't know it. It's in the background. You generally wouldn't do it. If you're not using a VPN, if you haven't used a VPN, then the problem is there's a log of your computer. Let's say that your computer is number one, one hundred computer, number one hundred logged in at this time, executed and traded this time, logged in at this time, executed and traded this time. Computer number one hundred is based in New York, in this specific region of New York. Now the problem is that they have a log of this and they can't delete the log of it because it's there and it's there forever. I keep saying to you guys, this is not a section to plug a sponsor. It's a section to be so that you guys are responsible. You have to be responsible. If you get a VPN, and I hate this picture. Can we please get this picture down? If you get a VPN, it's a terrible picture. I mean, what a terrible picture. You do mask your IP address. You protect your IP. That is the worst picture I've ever seen in my life. Can someone get rid of that picture? My goodness. Anyway, you see, OK, look, here we go. Perfect. You see now I'm not using a VPN because this is my broadcast computer. But what does it say? It is my location. South Africa, Western Cape, Cape Town. And it gives my IP address. That's the IP address that is. And you can see my VPN is not on because I'm using I'm using the streaming computer. So you see that? That's what's going on here. Now, look here for for less than for less than four dollars a month, you can mask that IP address. Guys, if you know that this is happening, if you know that this is happening, you have to take control. You have to take measures in China to save yourself. OK, because the SEC are on a rampage. They now they they they they they're going for exchanges. They're going for DeFi. They'll see DeFi will see more punishment and more charges. I don't want to be on that list. Let me tell you, I don't want to be on that list. I mean, look, that's the SEC, the SEC on a rampage. And I think I read this tweet over here, which says the following. Just read. It says Binance U.S. lost 98 percent of its volume due to the corrupt and incompetent SEC and CFTC in the USA. Binance, the company, had the most volume in August of any crypto exchange ever. Americans should realize one thing here. One, that they deserve better. Two, that it's not one thing. Americans should realize that they deserve better. Americans should realize that they are the only nation in the history of the world that can lose a jet, a stealth fighting jet in flight. And then Americans should realize nothing, that there is a world outside of this America bubble. And if and this industry will move there, if the bureaucrats keep dropping the ball. And that's, I think, exactly what's happening. I want to show you a few things about why that's happening and where that's happening. Let me show you something amazing. So look at the crypto total crypto market cap. OK, so let's quickly just see. You can see exactly which coins I've been looking at your roll. But I've been looking at Robert. Let's look at the total crypto market cap. OK, I want to show you something amazing. I want to show you something. Blow your mind. OK, so here is the total crypto market. One point one trillion dollars is the total total total total crypto earned is one point one trillion dollars. Let me ask you a question. If I were to say to you. How much of that money is held by Koreans, just one nation, South Korea, how much of that is held by South Korea offshore? In other words, if I would say to look at the total total total crypto market is one point one billion dollars, one point one trillion dollars. How much of that is in Korea or how much of that is held by Koreans, but actually held offshore, in other words, not held locally in Korea? What would you say is that is a big number or what would you say is a good number? Let's have a look. I want to read some of the comments. People are still talking about BitBoy. It's finished now. It's got it's finished, finished, finished. Bangkok's in the house. Great. OK, so let me actually let me because the chat here is like a couple of seconds delayed and I don't feel like being here forever. So listen to this. I think I'm hearing like one of the guests. I think South Korean taxpayers declare overseas crypto holdings worth ninety eight point five billion dollars. That means that 10 percent of all the crypto in the entire world is held by one nation in South Korea overseas. So it's not that Koreans hold 10 percent of the crypto. It's that 10 percent of the entire crypto is held by one nation in Asia as part of the overseas. Now, just listen to what they said. A total of one thousand four hundred and thirty two individuals and companies reported their overseas crypto asset account to the to South Korea's agency. South Korea's tax agency said that taxpayers declared overseas crypto assets worth with ninety eight point five billion dollars after the country began to require reporting of overseas crypto assets. So now if you make an assumption that like 60 percent of Koreans are being honest about their crypto holdings and overseas, South Korea probably owns more than 10 percent or 15 percent of the crypto in the entire world. And that is one nation in Asia. And you know why one nation in Asia? A, because there are a bunch of degens. OK. And also, just look at this. The overseas crypto holdings declared by Korean taxpayers accounted for seventy point two percent of the total value of the reported assets. In other words, they holding their offshore assets mainly in crypto. Why is this happening? In June, South Korean lawmakers passed legislation to better protect crypto investors and new legislation comprised of 19 crypto led bills, et cetera. So they're moving on. They're not stuck on what's a security, what's not a security. They're passing regulations and they are moving on. And that's what's going on. And so while the U.S. is attacking crypto, these guys are actually moving on. I'll show you another nation that is actually moving on, a nation that I've been talking about for a long, long, long time. And that's India. I've always said since the beginning of time, I kept saying it will take time. But when the Indian government actually warms up to crypto, India becomes the power. I'll tell you why. Number one, they have the smartest people in the world. Hands down, if you look at all the CEOs of all the smart companies in the world, they're all Indian. I'll show I'll show this to you. OK, I'll show this to you. Google CEO, India, Microsoft CEO, India, Citigroup CEO was an Indian. Softbank Vision Fund is Indian. Adobe is Indian. NetApp, Indian. PepsiCo was. Nokia CEO, Indian. MasterCard. You can read all these companies over here. I've been there. Guys, these guys are smart. Not only are they smart, but they have a very, very, very good education system. The education system works in such a way that the smarter you are, the better the school you go to. And the better the school you go to and the better the school you go to until eventually the cream rises to the top. They turn out the best engineers that we all know that amongst the best engineers in the world are the Indian engineers. Their demographic is very, very young. The average age of an Indian is 28 years old. OK, their economy, I want to show you this. I want to show you this. They are forecast to have and I want to make sure I get this right to be number three in worldwide GDP by 2026. That's not according to me. That is according to a Bloomberg article. India is a powerhouse. Don't discount India. And the government is warming up to crypto. Before they were like crypto is banned, but the government is smart and the government is warming up to crypto right now. And in a chain analysis report that was published yesterday, I want you guys to see two things. India is one of the largest crypto markets in the world in terms of cryptocurrency received by value. India ranks second after the United States. The difference between India and the United States is that the United States doesn't need crypto. The United States has a very sophisticated, very good banking system. They have, you know, PayPal, Venmo, they have amazing banks around the country. The whole country is bankable. India doesn't work like that. In India, there's a whole lot of rural areas. There's a whole lot of people that are very, very, very poor and they are unbankable. You can call them, they call them, in fact, the unbankable. And they need crypto. And so when India, when Indian developers, when Indian developers start building applications, they're not building it because they're making an assumption about how these apps should work. And I remember, like, I live in Africa and Africa and India are very, very, very simple, very, very, very similar in many ways. And I remember when I was sitting in the boardroom with Americans, how they used to tell me they perceived things in Africa and the solutions they were building. I used to laugh at them and go, there is no chance in the world that your stupid solution is going to work in Africa. You're sitting in a boardroom a million miles away. When the Indians build blockchain applications, they're going to build blockchain applications that are truly, truly, truly going to be used. So guys, don't lose sight of how strong this Indian market is. I want to show you a few things. One of them is which I think is going to be quite funny and actually blow your mind. So one is this one over here. The India top countries, top countries by crypto value received. India was second and that is till June 2023. And I think it's only getting more and more because remember, they're getting better and better and bigger and bigger. This is on chain, of course. And then in terms of countries by cryptocurrency value received, look at that. Look at how far below it all the other ones rank. Australia, Singapore, Pakistan and all the other countries. Don't discount India. India is an absolute powerhouse.
"western cape" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Make an emergency landing to drop off an unwelcome passenger, a highly venomous cape cobra. Snake. Erasmus, who obtained his commercial license in 2016, told times live, it was definitely his first such experience. This was definitely a first and not something you get trained to handle to be honest, he said. Together with four yeah, like why would you? Together with four passengers, erasmus was scheduled to fly Monday morning from Worcester in the western cape to Nelson within a few stop with a few stops on the way. That'll be Worcester. Worcester, excuse me. They pronounce it like that in the South Africa too, huh? Pretty much everywhere. Even Massachusetts. Oh, darn it. That's not the way we pronounce it. Majority. I am so sad. I thought for sure I was going to get all these pronunciations correct. Well here, I still have a chance to mess mess up some more names. The first stop was Bloemfontein and the second one. Wonder boom. When we did the pre flight procedure on Monday morning, the people at Worcester, Worcester, airfield told us that they had seen a cape cobra lying underneath the wing on Sunday afternoon. They tried to catch it themselves, but unfortunately it sought refuge inside the engine calories. The group opened up the killings, but the snake was not there, so they assumed it had slithered away. Erasmus said that they were on their second leg at the flight, having earlier stopped for snacks, and were headed to wonder boom. Just around welcome, erasmus said he felt something unwelcome. Something strange on his body. I usually travel with a water bottle that I lodged between my leg and my hip towards the sidewall of the aircraft. When I felt this cold sensation where my love handles are, I thought my bottle was dripping, erasmus said, as I turned to my left and looked down, I saw the cobra putting its head back underneath my seat. I had a moment of stunned silence, not sure if I should tell the passengers because I didn't want to cause a panic. But obviously, they needed to know at some point what was going on. I just said, listen, there's a problem. The snake is inside the aircraft. I've got a feeling it's under my snake is inside the aircraft. So they apparently knew at some point that there was a snake that went unaccounted for. Yes, they've been talking about the snake that had been around the engine counting and they assumed it was now the same thing. Okay. I've got a feeling it's under my seat, so we're going to have to get the plane on the ground as soon as possible. Luckily, they were not far from welcome. So erasmus declared an emergency with Johannesburg. I told them. I had an unwelcome passenger as soon as the aircraft came to a stop. We started getting out the three passengers in the back came out first, and then the one sitting in front with me. They all tried not to get out to hastily or abruptly as they were not sure where the stake was at the time. I got out last and as I rolled the seat forward I sought curled underneath my seat. We contacted a few people around trying to get some steak handlers, but by the time they arrived it had disappeared inside the aircraft. He said that they had engineers strip the plane trying to find the snake to no avail. They were helping it found its way out. Meanwhile, he will be flying the plane out on Wednesday. I don't know about you, but I don't think I've been doing that. Until I found the darn snake. I haul boxes has the right model of airplane here. Oh, I haul boxes says it was a beach wood raft boa. Okay. It's a bit of a stretch. A little drive there. But I like it though. It doesn't roll off the tongue, but it's nice. Let's see, aviation specialist and South African chief air show commentator Brian eminent eminence. Who has been an aviation for 38 years at erasmus displayed the greatest skill and aviation. When asked if such incidents happen often, he said, oh, yeah, all the time. No, he's at hardly ever. He's an absolute hero. He could have panicked. He could have put the airplane in an uncontrollable spin. Why would he have done that? I don't know. He could have rolled the aircraft with passengers falling all over the show. I don't know what that means. And with a bad weather he could have lost sight of the ground and crashed, not only killing those on board, but also people on the ground. I don't know. I don't understand the way that South Africans be apparently. I think they're basically saying that in his panic, he could easily have lost control of the aircraft. Sure. Okay. So he didn't panic and didn't lose control. He was very clear. That would be a simpler way to say that, but it doesn't. Passengers follow you all over the show. I understand what that means. And here's another one, I don't understand. When I got to the airport, this is, is this eminence again? Yes. Yeah. When I got to the airport, I saw the aeroplane as in the meantime the pilot had radioed and put out an emergency call requesting landing at welcome. But I think it was misquoted probably probably. Either that or he bumped his head and he doesn't have a way of getting the words out in the right order or something. And maybe he was a snake. We found the snake. Make bit. Yeah. He's snake bit. Show title. Snake bit. Anyway, once it was dark, they realized that they were endangering their lives by trying to find the snake. I would say, during the daytime, when it was light outside, they were in danger in their lives, trying to snake, actually. This is a poisonous deadly snake. Like it's not, it's not like during the day it's just fine. I think it's a danger at all times. I think so too. All boxes says I would have frantic frantically screamed. There's a snake in my pants. There's a snake in my pants. Sensible. Yeah. That could mean something else I hope. I know. It's like when I go yelling. There's a party in my pants. There's a party in my pants. And you're invited. Okay. Let's probably cut that out. That'll probably not. Okay. I might point out that I remember leafing through a particular squadrons diary going back years and it turned out that they had once been stationed in the far east, and there were lightning squadrons. It is lightning and he saw this vast snake, a huge damn bird constrictor. Across the tax away, and he ran over it with his lightning. And he thought no more about it until the ground crew came to put the undercarriage locks in so that they could take the aircraft from the boat looked up into the nasal bay and this snake had clambered up the nose wheel and had taken refuge wrapping itself around inside the undercarriage bay of the nose wheel. So kind of work out what they had to do. This time great big snake. So someone had the bright idea of firing off a carbon dioxide fire extinguisher up into the nose bay, which they did, which is extremely cold, and as we all know reptiles go bit slow at their cold, they become immobile. Which is what happened, he dropped out. So then the boss thought this is going to make a great photo opportunity so they got the station photographer and the whole squadron lying down. Holding this huge snake and they were shoulders of that I've seen the picture. And the bloke in the middle is the squadron's worn off. So those senior noncommissioned officer chief engineer. And they it's pretty warm. In this country. And across the states, that's true. And it kind of starts to wriggle it. Because it's wriggling at either end. So slowly the blokes holding the head and the tail start, well, backing away, letting go. And. So do one bloke left holding this. This little warrant officer. I've never did find out what I returned,
"western cape" Discussed on Happiness Between Tails by da-AL
"For more information and now kick back and enjoy this episode of happiness between tales writers. Get to build whatever world they please sometimes are novels. Bend the truth only somewhat other times. They invent entire new galaxies. My works in progress. Flamenco and the sitting cat and tango and the sitting cat are set in fictitious towns within los angeles during two thousand two and two thousand three back then cova nineteen didn't exist before i continue. I must note that the week before the corresponding blog post to this episode was published. My husband became feverish and unwell turns out he had cova nineteen as i wrote this. He was doing his best to get well while i felt healthy and awaited my own test results throughout the pandemic. We'd been ultra careful. I'm letting you know this as a reminder that one can never be too conscientious about avoiding this severe illness about working civically to help contain it for follow up posts as we got over it. Visit happiness between tales dot com back to the subject of creating stories when it comes to deciding on settings histories and all the rest that goes into storytelling. All that is chancey. No matter what an offer chooses to create there will always be fans and foes to be. A novelist requires enough passion to outrun the discouraging thoughts. That can torment us. Chris hall has been wonderfully prolific over the last few years. She's published three novels and a short story collection originally from the uk. She describes herself as a compulsive storyteller cat slave and hen-keeper to sample her short fiction fan fiction miniseries and poetry as well as to follow her on her various social media. Her website is named after her. Kitty luna the site is loon as online dot wordpress dot com with no possessive apostrophe. Mark included song of the sea goddess. Her most recent novel is set where she lives now. The western cape of south africa here. She describes why she decided to depict a south africa different from how it is in real life from the writers desk by chris hall. Writing a novel is not just about telling the story. There are other considerations that come into play. I'd like to share with you. Why i was motivated to write a book said in south africa in particular why i chose to paint an idealized portrait of the place and why i drew on the overarching theme of environmental destruction rather than dealing with the greedy issues of race and poverty in my latest novel. Song of the goddess. Let's start with how i decided what setting to use. When it came to writing this my fourth novel. I was determined to set it in my adopted country south africa. I've been living near cape town for almost ten years and the time had come to give voice to the people around me. I'd also decided it was time to transition from historical fiction. It was time to write in the moment. But at the same time include elements borrowed from the ancient lore of the african continent which are written on cave walls and embedded in the landscape. I knew i needed a setting to match. The story was about to tell although the story hadn't really even begun then at the beginning of twenty nineteen while staying in a small town on a very beautiful west coast. While i sat by the banks of the burgh river and watched the little boats going past on their way out to see i was moved to write a story about a fisherman with a little boat. Next i had to choose characters. i'm lazy novelist. I let my characters emerge and develop and play around in my mind. Even before they are fully formed they are always desperate to run to center stage and act out their parts but there has to be a starting point. A few of my key characters are based on people. I met when i first came to live in south africa. People whose backgrounds were unfamiliar to me people who come from. What are euphemistically called formerly disadvantaged communities as if their communities are not still disadvantaged in this country which has the most polarized society on the planet. I could have written about some of their struggles about the conditions in which they live about the poverty and lack of opportunity that characterizes their communities of how they'd suffered under apartheid but as i got to them better i realized that none of them wants to dwell on any of that so i decided i could give them better lives. Locate them in a much more pleasant place and put a positive spin on this beautiful country. I mixed them up a bit taking a little bit of one in blending it with another but their voices are true and their characteristics mirror real life in many respects. There's a nod to some of the darker side of people's lives with sam's flight from the cape flats gang land and in the history behind johnny's tattoos from the notorious twenty eight s gang on the lighter side several of the comical incidents like when anti rose loses her false teeth down her pants leg our little events that actually happened the food that the anti-seismic and sell in the novel is based on recipes that i tasted and talked about with people. The love of food in the common ground we found over cookery has cemented several friendships in my new town. Finally i needed a theme concern for the environment is a theme. I continue to return to in the short fiction and poetry. Which i write on my blog said and while watching tv documentary about water pollution. An idea began to form in my mind for the backdrop to my novels narrative. Water is in short supply in our country anyway. But what if the rivers were threatened. And what would happen if the forces of nature were moved to fight back soon. Emerging novel would take a new and interesting turn my love of the landscape and ancient lore of the country that i now call home will continue to feature in my work. I'm already embroiled. In a sequel. To song of the sea goddess where myth and magic will once again be awakened in the little coastal town where the great river flows from the purple mountains into the southern ocean. Have you ever created a new world record your experiences thoughts and questions at my podcast page at anchor by spotify or email me from happiness between tales dot com. Where you'll find photos of chris. Her kitty her book where she began her book and links for related topics including her website. Her blog is named for her cat luna type into your browser. Luna's online dot wordpress dot com with no possessive apostrophe. Mark included like what you heard. You're supported by me a coffee. Dot com backslash support age. 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"western cape" Discussed on Around The Table With The ABB Show
"To our own needs. So these are the people that are coming in the hotel. For example, to store different homes and about our guests and stuff like that. Basically, in our application. So they didn't change it. Okay. That we're using. So at your level, one of the biggest hotels next to the Los Angeles airport. Is there anything else you want to add? The fact that you give the opportunity for people to express themselves to keep the viewpoint about what's going on. And I really wish you the best. Good luck in your new venture. That was general Kwame who works at the Hilton LAX in Los Angeles California. He called us to inform us about the system in his company, obviously nothing has changed since the turnout was extremely low or debt. Thank you, quote me for calling. Now we're going to South Africa. Okay, let's go. We've made my understand. Thank you for calling mama Linda. It's your turn. I am mama, yani. And I currently live in Cape Town South Africa, western cape province, and I do ministry here. I minister with an organization that helps orphans and vulnerable children that is abuse children and youth. And so I have been in South Africa straight since August 2019 and so I was caught here during the lockdown the South African lockdown in March 2020. And because of COVID-19, of course, so that meant that I could not get home going to go back to the United States to visit my children and grandchildren. I've got 6 grandchildren two sons to grown bands. And then churches also in South Africa were basically shut down. And the church that I was going to in South Africa did not have the capability to do zoom church. So I found myself doing zoom church with my U.S. church, the church that I go to in Houston, Texas. Okay. So Zoom Zoom has been very, very helpful to me. And then I extended the time and I was also doing zoom charts with the church that I used to attend in Santa Clarita in California. So I was I've been doing zoom church sometimes with Houston church and sometimes with their California church. I'm sending my shout out to solid foundation church in Santa Clarita, California, and another shout out to my Houston church, abiding faith, church United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas. I love the churches. And I also visit with first love church also in Houston. Though, you know, I stay connected with those churches. And with my family, I found that WhatsApp has been very, very and effective tool to use. So we've been doing the phone WhatsApp and then we were doing two or there for a while, but now we are doing what's up video because it's improving every time we use it. Hey, guys, can you believe that we were in Cape Town South Africa? With the malindi, she's a prayer warrior. She has three churches under her belt. One in South Africa, one in Santa Clarita and another one just on Texas. Where to go, mama, you are listening to around the table with Abby bio host. The overall content is international, social and cultural news. Church groups use zoom or WhatsApp, connect and so the pandemic could look like something bad, but something positive came out of it. Personally, what do you use? I use WhatsApp and zoom..
"western cape" Discussed on OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts
"And it's a very tough statistic to try and digest and it's not giving young people the opportunity to go and love their lives with dignity. But be that as it may, I didn't get a job. I went for a couple of interviews and I did not find a job. So I went back to the university in September and I said, I really want to come back and finish and you know what? Why don't you just come back when you know what you want to do? And I was kind of I really, really, really do want to do this. So again, I learned the importance of, you know, you start something, they are circumstances, they already have, but if that is your passion, you put your mind to it and you go and finish it with determination with focus that you will finish it. So I went back and I finished my first degree and I went and did a post credit deployment education every to teach at a place secondary in landscape that would English for four years, which was the deal with the government bursary. And while I was there, I decided, hey, you finished 1°, maybe you can try the next thing and see how you do. So this is the thing. You know, it's all little balding blocks towards the next thing you like. And if you stop because I will keep on talking to those stuff. I am enjoying this story. I don't even want interject, but I'm taking all the notes so I can ask the questions often. Okay, excellent. So anyway, so I went on a while I was teaching. I did a honest degree in education through your niece and for those of us who study part time and work and have families and all of those things we always battle with our very juggle these things and all the complexities that come with it and I want to salute everybody out there taking the path of trying to study and work and do all the family responsibilities because that is not easy. And so I finished my four years and I finished my honest degree and then I went and became a lecturer at the university of the western cape. I was able about ten years in the education faculty teaching prospective teachers had to become teachers and loving it. I did a master's in education in adult education. They may as well keep moving. And while I was the most amazing person called Kevin or is my husband now, we'll be married in June for 29 years. He needs a middle. But I have deep gratitude to him as well because he supported me through all of my education and my career and gave up a lot of what he wanted to do to support me. And I will explain a little bit more about that. But for those of you who are at the recruiting, make sure you know what kind of facilities because you've got to make your partner a real partner in this life. Because otherwise, you know, it makes life a lot more difficult..
"western cape" Discussed on OneSix Eight FM - Business Analysis Podcasts
"Is changing so quickly if you don't know what the current interface of the day or you can't have a position on it, you can't be informed about things you come back good decisions because you don't know what's going on. So it's so important and I want to encourage everybody to continue to learn regardless of whether you have a PhD or not. So of course I went back to school, I told my parents I will work weekends. I will do my chores. I will, you know, but I would really like to do this. And I was so excited. And the thing is, in the sometimes, there are people who believe in us before we believe in ourselves. And many of us have been brought up in those kinds of environments. We have very little self confidence and self esteem and we don't believe that certain pathways for assets for other people. We're in the meantime, it's open to everybody. We just need to see ourselves walking that journey. And so I went to school the next day and we fold in a couple of forms of universities and I got into the university of the western cape, and I didn't know what I wanted to do. So in those days, you could get a bursary for from government for being a teacher, nurse or I think a social worker..
"western cape" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
"Cape york western cape york and north central. Northern territory are being taken as a son by senior men incorporated into their families. I've recorded onside civil affairs implies. I've recorded many original language and learn to speak three by as an expert witness when it comes to land rights clients like the guy has done some serious time in the bush with people. Yeah far more than pasco as and so so there we go. It's a really concept. Comprehend comprehensive slapdown of pascha but it's actually the same time it really good building up of indigenous people end and that our too dumb to invent the bow and arrow or other things that i just worked with what the had the head very complex spiritual social things going on and i live lightly on the land and it might sense that that's what you would build a simple lean to wooden hut. And because you're on the stanford is you moving on site. It's very interesting and a highly recommend it so i got a email from pole. Who said why you will is banging on abaout. This is a different poll. Not pull it off man but why you always banging on a bad dark emu and and bruce sky and already bit here he says thinking back to a previous espa thinking back to a previous episode but thinking of tell us which was the purpose of things in the aristotle purpose. I'd like to know what your purposes in criticizing docking you. Because i see housing your arguments and the arguments of those that criticize it but i also see the doc. Amy my embellish the truth and climb more than warranted so i want to know what you're seeking to establish the in relation to how we should see the aboriginal people from the time of british settlement on so semi answer to that is. It's the same reason on bagging ings. Tighter articles all time that misrepresent the truth. It's the same reason on bagging religious groups that misrepresent the truth. I'm just trying to if we don't know the truth about things then we can't properly examined the wife will would on things and it just seemed to me that this was so obvious. I ain't a misrepresentation of.
"western cape" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast
"And then you're just the loss thing before we end off. We really going for too long already. But what's really being cool. We just want to say and Just before we went on a Calvin mentioned it but We're really proud of mock. He was. He is more famous than all of us are. Now he's gonna people asking for his autograph soon and all that kind of thing say stop practicing. He was on cape talk. Radio lost weeks saturday. So we'll pop the link into the common section of this podcast. You can give it a listen to but how did that come about cottage. You get that famous because yes you are just becoming super famous bro. Yo yo thank you guys. So it's quite funny. My dad was actually playing volleyball on the beach a couple of weeks ago and he met jeff who's one of the hosts of the cape talk radio and i think i dunno just got talking about things and jeff was talking about his outdoor experiences and my dad told him back in my building and jeff just offered for me to become the radio and give a bit of a talk. He heard that elite apart cost so the bidding lafayette podcast. Saudi got me the But y'all he just sorta wanted to to let me have little say about why birding for youth to such a cool thing. Because i mean you stays coming up soon and we're going to have a bit of a talk about that but Your i just gave a little introduction as to how i got into building and As to why. I think it's it's cool youngsters to get into and it was a really cool opportunity and i heard that So my just became a real estate agent and he. He was busy talking to someone who's selling his house. And the man said to my dead. So your name is hey stick. And then he said. I know i heard someone about our hoods. Someone called on cape talk the other day. Are you related to my dad said no. He's related to me and then said he told them. That's that's mark but it's really cool. How the word is spreading about the bidding lafayette podcast. And i'm just really glad that it's getting up there and it was y'all quite a privilege to be on cape talk. So thank you guys. Having to send to the youth pot cost you. It's a fantastic on podcast analysis. A few of acquired a almo- will actually most of the episodes and then he decided i get something out of it almost every single week couple in so much from it There was the one with luke tomlinson and gabby and i just spoke in the stuff that taught about animals and nature. Like your was like an educational tom. So next week's podcast just to finish will be really exciting so you want your voice. Much pot cost mock is going to actually host the podcast and it's going to be next week in south africa. Is you say some. It's going to be a youth taika on the bidding off podcast and a lot of fun. We're gonna get all of our building lav ambassadors and i guess gonna have a lot of fun and chats so next week you'll hear gets an a. mockingbird bitter and get to know some vaughn bassett is but y'all we are so excited to them as part of our team but been good to chat to not and i want to thank you guys for an. It's quite lights nine o'clock at nights. And thanks for giving up your tom. And we look forward to me to connecting again. And hopefully nick show. We'll be live in person. Sure your conway to do it. Hopefully up there in case it in or you can take down to the western cape. But i want to get up but more badly. Yeah thanks yeah. That's always great to catch up and looking forward to next
"western cape" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast
"Hip and sandboxes. Well so there's quite a few Protected areas by sandbox where people can come bidding specifically forest famous and cape nature reserves also protect the natural habitat cheerful building. So yeah then. We have a fine boss forest in mountain and also very special feature of the gordon. Rich area is the claim. Kuru or little karoo in english in kourou developed from koi san or bushmen word similar to how we said today. We don't actually know what it was how it was pronounced in the original language. But it's just the dry semiarid semi desert arid landscape which covers a small area of the garden. Which is it's sort of in between the outeniqua mountain range in the swat bad mountain range and north of the swat bad is the great karoo which extends to the kalahari desert eventually. But this is just. It's called the little career because it's so small and his tux between two mountains. And it's very special species. The which all species which you found a in the gordon route is a lot of bad verse area in terms of habitats and variety of species. Full the waste and cape. I'd say the gardiner is definitely one of the best places to converting. If you all looking to up you'll your waste and cape list. Sawyer i think some of the highlights species chef will find boss would be crepe jumper groundwood. Pick hot button quail. Those three is quite lovely. Spots to get namely the robinson's pause which goes from mossel bay over the robinsons. Pass into the karoo lovely. It's a lovely road if you wanna go through various habitats and then also just to mention around mossel bay is full flight which means bird lake pan really and that is a place. I have really good memories. Anita discovered coveted lost year with my friend. Justin ponder and him and i decided to go camping they. One day off to the penn had filled up for the first time in four five years and we found two buff breasted san pop day possibly the first time to had been recorded the same time in south africa so we was stoked about this and if i could go on route and that really i can say uptown name and buddha such a cool citing for us and y'all we had about one hundred twitches come the but let me not get onto that story so you think Other places all the naza forest niceness quite a well-known town in In in the western cape way the nausea elephants used to live in these one lift but forrest pudding day produces nerina tro gone Yellow yellow throated wooden warbler knives and hillary neither would pick so some nice species there and wolf which is an endemic to south africa. And i think it's it's ray or endangered And then y'all let's see some species that are moving into the area of the western cape all black alibaba's common skimmer tables or symbols. Should i say they're not really special but their new ones to the area and is a couple of species in the garden route debts. Have the most western range that ends in the garden route such as black colored bobbitt's nozzle woodpecker and nicely leery. So your that. There's are some of the habitats that all found in the garden route. And this is where i grew up doing most of my building while speaking about conservation We are really proud to be the building off shows. We are proud to be sponsor by applies. Coffee rosters in front of me. This month's blamed is the sentinel blend. And when you buy the simple blamed you support vol pro which As a full conserves vultures really encourage you to support hotline coffee..
"western cape" Discussed on The Birding Life Podcast
"We lied about fifteen of us up to the old. George dam dam in the above the forest in some fables habitat lovely indigenous bush and vegetation Just it wasn't any buddhism specific not all of some people in youngsters my h who interested in wildlife on you and They going to tell their friends. Nathan's are gonna tell the friends. And that's how how That's how i'm hoping that the club will grow but it was just a cool location that not many people know about in the area. Because it's a it's a waterworks. Sort of or channel. That's the municipality. If i could say using the eighteen hundreds for water supply to the to the tom all in that in those days the village of george where a love and so it was just a little nice picnic. Spot for people to come until at lovely scenery walk in nature was a lovely day and got a few birds long. The way interesting one was. Let's see. I saw actually on the way i saw this weird looking for is a fairy flycatcher a brown scrub or something which doesn't occur here and i saw it i started chasing after was like wait. I'll go to stop myself. I'm busy guiding. How bunch of people are going to stop myself from jason this bird because i thought it might be a rarity anyway. It was quite successful. And i'm going to be doing another hike in the mountain in one or two weeks time but Y'all laugh adventures outdo club. That's what i'm hoping to. Two small little business of mine for. We are in burgers and a lot of people might not have a lot of listeners. We've got listens all around the world. So like i say georgia's in the wasting cape so tell us about about the building around your area. What are some of your favorite spots. Somebody's listening to this. Is a we coming down to george. We've got a weekend to birding what spots you recommend what birds are gonna get to tell us a little bit about the birding in in the wasting cape in iran. george specifically sure you offer. Sure i mean the gordon route voice said. there's no. There's no is always a reason the reason that it's called eden. That's the other name for the gordon. Route this area and i think that's because of the variety of habitats. Ya not necessarily that. The mammals species is as diverse. Badeah versus ks it in but The the endemic in the western cape awe of very prolific. If i can say. I mean the the famous shares probably the icon of this district and the outeniqua covers shoreline rivers histories lakes. It's well known for its legs here. We have Important bird areas all biodiversity areas. I think declared by. I think i'm not sure. Lots of africa declared it but they're very much involved in the conservation.
"western cape" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Okay. We live and direct on youtube. Five four three two one good evening new listeners and current listeners from all around the world best as tune in from from canada. usa areas of long island. Plus the five boroughs of brooklyn manhattan. Bronx stan now in queens. This is your host with the most. Gee money stacks aka lonely known bad aka. The grega neater aka rookie. Podcast there of queens new york a you and now tuning in listening and rockin whiff off the meet record changed new york podcast episode thirty eight s right episode thirty eight ohms their forty so so just give it time before i even get to the youtube thing. I'm going to start winning applause. Now if you are new to channel and a new listener and you miss previous record episodes of the podcast. Don't worry i got you. I need you to go to g money. Stacks five fifty five. Be sure to tap on notification bell so you could be alerted of winning show goes in the air live like leave comment on the episodes including topics that was discussed Upcoming episodes pre recorded episodes. And of course of course. Don't forget to download your female episodes along with sharing the podcast with audio streaming platforms. Which i will go over at the end of the show So let's let's get. Let's get to it now before even get to before. I even get to the topic of chattanooga jazz. I wanted to shout out the countries outside of the united states. That's been tuning in. So let's start there. And then i'll get to the states towards the towards the end of the show so it's only right if i actually you know. Start with that Is gimme a second look for it. Second okay hold on guys. So let's start off with The united kingdom rate so we got some listeners in the united kingdom which is england and we have people from canada. The british columbia also tuning. Also we have we have There's no data is no data for All right all right. So we have people that tuning in from jerusalem central district in we have people s tune in from of course india. Which is ma. Hara maharashtra Ecorse another place. I can't really pronounced so bear with me folks Got people tune in from australia. Queensland new south wales we also have people that social tuning in from the There's no data is no data on this Let's go to of course got people tune in from brazil. Surge sir sir guy. Type sale pail Also we have we also have people also listening from south. Africa western cape Also you got people from none of data Also let's look at spain up data for all countries that's been tuning in to the so. Thank you thank you. Thank you so much for tuning in and this is very much appreciated. So so Whatever states. I don't get to. I'll shout out shout out before closed the show so with that being said i would like to start off with the segment called shutting all the jazz now. Now hold on a minute for those of you who are new to channel annual news channel. The jazz is basically second about about the topics that we catches the interest and will be discussed each week so so home on now offers topic of the day. has to do with the homeless crisis in california. So we're going to start there. We're going to start there This bear with me folks for me being with me all right so we have a homeless problem in california. I'll get to new york in Cordoning your post. The famed ball in venice california has reported we turn into a large dangerous homeless encampment according to fed up residents who are calling for action amid a series of crimes drug use in the area. La neighborhood site of the tree spiracy boardwalk frequent frequented by colorful street performers entertaining entertaining visitors. Strolling by fussy stores has been hit with a spate of violent incidents. Fox news reported on april twenty eighth amid survive a shooting at the coastal hotspot known for its bohemian spirit. The lapd told the network. A recent explosion caused a fire inside one of the encampments dotting. The walkway known as ocean front walk residents and merchants are dismayed over.
"western cape" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The corona virus or any virus that have evolved slight genetic tweaks in order to understand how the virus is mutating. Scientists share genetic sequences. Those sequences are a window into how an organism works, how it's created and how it's changed from its predecessors. When a researcher identifies the genetic sequence for a variant of the Corona virus. The easiest way to share it is through an online database. But not all databases operate the same way. One key difference credit In traditional databases run by governments and NGOs. Researchers can access data and use it for their own analysis without having to say where or whom it came from. That's led to a problem. Many researchers in the global South argue the Western world is far too comfortable receiving data without giving any attribution in return in 2000 and eight though The global initiative on sharing all influenza data, known as Kiss Aid, decided to try and level the field. MEREDITH Wadman is a staff writer for Science magazine. And she explains how guess aid having become one of the biggest databases of its kind is unlike the others, and it's not just because it was founded by a former media executive named Peter Bogner, who established it back in 2008 in a bid to make Influenza sequences really readily available too far more scientists than they were, and also he wanted scientists in non wealthy countries. When the deposit sequences into the gas, a database to be credited when those sequences were used in publications, for instance, and he wanted any scientists using those sequences to reach out to the scientists who deposited them and try to collaborate with them. So they become a co author, for instance, on such a paper. This isn't typically how well I'll call the legacy databases the big ones like the USS Jen bank or likes that European nuclear pipe archive work. They work with completely anonymous access to the database and anonymous use of any material in it. And so that's quite a different model Tow what gestate established. What's happened to guess it during the pandemic has it grown? Oh, my God, yes. It really has become the worldwide database that scientists are putting their corona virus genome sequences in and give you just the flavor of how quickly it's growing. When I wrote a piece for science about just say that was published in early March. There were about 700,000 sequences in it today. May 25th. There are 1.7 million and growing and the more that goes into it, The more people want to deposit there because they know that that's where everyone is going to be turning. To find coronavirus sequences of interest for study. I get the sense that different scientists have different perspectives on what kind of database works best and that the sticking point does seem to be this credit question. How does credit work when scientists do use each other's data? And why is this so important? Well papers and publications are the lifeblood of a scientific career. If you deposit data and are not given a chance to collaborate that doesn't help your advancement. And while Jen Bank, the U. S government sequence database, and others like it To require you to say I used Jen Bank sequence E for 892 in this paper. And while a curious reader and a determined one could go back and use equal rate 19 to find out who deposited it in Gen Bank, that person will in no way received credit for that deposition and Will remain obscure. So guess Aidan Jen bank. In terms of that crediting process are very different. There's clearly research done all over the world. And there are these legacy databases. As I understand. It was kind of Ah, letter that was written with some signatory is what were they looking for? Oh, my gosh. So this was like the powers that be in the genome Sequencing world. There's more than 700 people, almost all of them Europeans, some North American. Who signed this letter that was published in nature back. I believe in February, singing without naming Guess aid that all sequence data should be freely in anonymously accessible with no constraints. Any scientist should be able to go into a database and just get what they need and have no one control. How they use that and went through Canada, and there were fewer than 20 signatories from the global south on that letter. This was a first world effort to say we think our model is better. And we really hope you'll deposit to our databases which don't have constraints on how you use and share the data. I guess that's what confuses me A little bit is what are those constraints beyond just credit? The folks who are uploading The sequence is, it seems like they're really doing important work. What is so difficult about acknowledging people what the Western letter writers were objecting to wasn't that if I look a sequence in gestate and use it in my work, I need to reach out to the depositor of that sequence and try to collaborate with them. That's not the issue. Their issue is some of the constraints that gets state imposes around how, as a scientist, I can then further share the data once I've gotten it from, just say, so, Let's say I want to create a website that is for my community. I'm a good scientist, and I think I could do a pretty good variant tracker and they want to just put this out for free use so People in the eastern U. S. Can see how various variants are moving between states here, for example. Guests. Aid won't let you just use the data and a public service way like that. Not without going through explicit approvals that are sometimes given and sometimes not. So even though these legacy databases are putting up a fight, is there any real chance the tide will turn against you said. I think that's hugely unlikely just because the momentum now is so strong for deposition and to get guess aid. It's not to say that certain researchers aren't depositing both into guess aid. And into the legacy databases. No reason not to do that. Although Peter Bogner doesn't like when they do, he is all about guests ate only but Why are you going to deposit if you want your material used to our government database with that most several 100,000 samples when you've got Just a widely Relevant database with sequences from so many countries and with 1.7 million samples and growing, you know, it's probably grown by dozens. Justus We've been talking Could guess its size and power have unexpected consequences for the scientific community. Yeah, I mean, the scientific community in the West, at least in some ways just doesn't know how to deal. Because they're used to these governmental agencies and international aid groups or nonprofits working together or the World Health Organization and very establishment way. Running these databases. Here. You have this one man who's kind of judge and jury on the whole thing. Controlling access to just become a vital database for researchers the world over. So all of this is very scientific sounding and almost a little abstract for all of us living through this pandemic. Is there an example of an instance where this data and guess I had really helped us somehow understand the Corona virus or what to do about it? Oh, I think there's probably myriad examples when that comes to mind for me is went South African researchers in December. Published a paper defining for the first time, the important variant and concerning variant that arose in South Africa they were able to use guess a data. To establish that this was a new very concerning variant with several worrisome mutations that was driving this wildfire outbreak in the Eastern Cape and later the Western Cape. And gets the data made.
"western cape" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience
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Filmmaker Finds An Unlikely Underwater Friend In 'My Octopus Teacher'
"Of the most heartwarming films of 2020 was about the relationship between our next guest filmmaker Craig Foster and an octopus he befriended while diving off the Western Cape of South Africa. Foster had burned out from years of working on arduous nature films and decided he needed a reset. He vowed that he would dive without a wet suit her oxygen tank every day for a year into the chilly waters of his youth and explore the kelp forest, an ecosystem teaming with life. It was there that he gained the trust of an octopus who allowed him into its world where Foster discovered things about its life and his own. Foster's film called My Octopus Teacher, has been nominated for an Oscar and is available on Netflix.
"western cape" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
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"western cape" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"Was on hand you and they have a really really interesting unity It's a club in the congo university. And as far as they know a went to three times bay most of the teachers of computer science since the ladies elbow pads that the government lay consultants for that critically one. So this is really a big difference. The club that helps the government. Who do us dc and the university. That is only in baby steps. But i believe that mexico what leads little start in a good way but when you compare it with with china we are really really far from from them but we started. That's what's really important. Now that's credited. We got a couple minutes here in. I want to get your thoughts on some interesting use cases. What kind of excites you whether it's blockchain. Bitcoin obviously bitcoin to start value. Transactional has its own use. Case and application on blockchain word What use cases are you following. And what do you think you were studying E commerce in business writer you give me some insight into your thoughts on how blockchain can maybe impacts what you're studying. Yeah well the big lead an ecommerce. I believe somehow the the over the data on the internet breath. It's cold yes use. It's information only few people can get that information. And i believe that some point blockchain or many blockchain's in that space delay the data. And i. it will going to be really really big and important because at the end. It's your information is is is yours so like the money is your money you can do it. You can sell you. Can earnings in peking corporations are getting advantage outed and they don't give any money to to the people so i believe the blushing ipe has a big impact on the data and ecommerce probably not in one or two years but it will be because these ecommerce That is a future at least for me is the future and i'm really excited. That the big thing price is getting higher higher because more people will read the newspaper upbeat And people will go. Okay i need to know. What is this probably metric. My mission is not buy in alton higher by people. Wanna give in in in Point we okay. You i need to know what is what is that in than if you want to buy it. So that's what's really exciting. More people getting inside existing more financial investment. Getting in there be kind roller coaster. And i'm an stunning allowed about the cdc's. Because i believe that in some point that defy and the cdc's will give a really good match and that will be the best for for all the the people once this revolution to traditional denounce and the middleman that the real man this commercial banks will need to avoid or out of the party s exciting. And do you think the price whatever highs all-time highs high is a good is a good for bitcoin. You know in terms of adoption. Do you think the price can be too high for them not to get in. What are your thoughts. Well the supply is really important thing because it only will be like twenty one million so many of you buy it and an all time high it will be another olympian high so it was token to a friend finalist last night at a finally. I'd we'll I sold my might be. I bought in the ultimate out three years ago. Get a profit of five dollars. A you have really really strong hats. I've been so by be is always a good thing but with the plant okay while tv best if or you one to get rich in that in a short time so that Bad you can know about it. But i believe most of the people that i spoke with. They want to get rich in short way. But then when they know all these background about Bay star to get inside of child to invest in love justin bieber kinda in in other stuff in they get the these financial the these. These really valuable stuff of is money in linda. Money work for you. So what are your parents. What do your parents think of this stuff. Bam or family. 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"western cape" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
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'Go home!' South Africa has 1st deaths as lockdown begins
"The health minister said the deaths occurred in Western Cape province home of Cape Town South Africa has the most virus cases in Africa where the total across the continent is now above three thousand two hundred south Africa's military was in the streets helping to enforce the measures that include bans on sales of cigarettes and alcohol even dog walking concerns a high about water supply and social distancing in crowded low income townships I'm sorry a shockingly
South Africa graft inquiry exposes ANC divisions
"Today. We're looking at South Africa and its battle against corruption which took a dramatic turn this week with former president Jacob Zuma a cool to testify before commission of inquiry joining me on the line from Johannesburg is correspondent jobs of cultural and here in the studio Africa editor David Pilling David Festival. Could you give us the background. This inquiry is into this idea of state capture. The role of some businessmen called Gupta's. How's it come to this will for a long time? There's been this notion of state capture which is really South African phrase or it's become a kind of Motif in South Africa really a term that denotes mass corruption the hollowing out of some some of South Africa's most important institutions in the idea that they've been kind of sold to the highest bidder including the family mentioned the Gupta's who are very close to Jacob Zuma when he was president this in the sense of the moment that everyone's been waiting for this has been ongoing testimony from from various people who are involved her accused or who have evidence but this is really the man who is said to be at the sense of the Fulcrum the man who innocence is alleged to have sold the presidency and really sent South Africa which was already having many difficulties really kind of sense it on a very difficult path of low growth corruption loss of faith in the A._N._C.. An government and therefore a lot hangs on this inquiry doesn't it I mean it's not just just about making sure that justice was dumb to some extent the hopes of President Obama poser to correct the course of South Africa to some extent today hang on this inquiry working out to some extent. Yes I mean I think there are two things I mean one. Is this idea that the people who were involved should be punished. Jacob Zuma has been doging what some people would say as justice what he would say as persecution for moving a decade those who think that Zimmer is guilty those who think that he is at the center of something that is corroded the whole South African dream think that unless he somehow punished then we won't be able to move on then there's also cost the kind of evidence that is presented the evidence that is needed to root out corruption from within the A._N._C. and it goes very deep according to most accounts and evidence. That's really needed for Sir. I'm opposed to get a grip on the party and turn it in the direction that he has claimed he wants to turn it into in his electioneering so Joseph this week the commissioner of inquiry weaker very important state with presence Zuma Call to testify how did that go started with classic Jacob Zuma Very Rivera performance as he opened his testimony and gave his side of the story and he said free. Anything's Fussy his enemies in the African National Congress auspice they are saying all of these things about the <unk> because foreign spy agencies which he didn't name but were to be the C._I._A.. Enough is instructed students <unk> and finish off. He said people trying to kill him. People have sent suicide bombers <unk> after him people trying to poison him so it's very dramatic but since then and the days the photoed he's deflated a bit as we've got into the nuts and bolts of enquiries questioning the inquiry has put to him specific allegations civilisation exits. You told them to lie about the Gupta's Minister Zet made this claim and immune response has been. I don't know I can't remember right and this conspiratorial stuff that he's used. Is there a ready audience written South Africa. Do you think many people will be listening to him and does he still have a financial support quarter. Can maybe prevent him being brought down bonus outside Africa and in most of the population. This does sound absolutely match. He's going back to allegations that date from the nineteen ninety s that the A._n._C. was infiltrated by foreign spies. Zoom himself was a former spy master in the A._N._C.. He claims to have lists of enemies. Were spies. It does sound like it comes from <unk> but there is an audience in G._N._C.. It's not big but it is exists. People do believe there is outside interference in South African and A._N._C. Politics and by that narrative that this position imposed by external forces Suma has not named but in terms of picking away at the credibility of inquiry picking away at the credibility of Roma pauses cleanup effort it works to create that kind of disinformation and David would there are people think within the N._C.. Whose face the tied up with Jacob Zuma so they're not necessarily people who believe in him? I'm sure there are in the wider population especially in KwaZulu Natal but within the A._N._C. There are people who depend on Zuma's version of events prevailing because otherwise otherwise the next nothing. That's quite important because you've got this fight within the A._N._C. and remember Ramaphosa only just won the presidency so you have this fight between these different elements and they've not been able to root out by any means all the the people who were pretty much involved in state capture. Some of them still hold high office if you look at the A._N._C. Network throughout the provinces of South Africa the kind of riddled with people who somehow benefited from a lot of what was going on and so there's a lot of steak and they're able to fight back to some extent on them. They've been able to chuck allegations the Finance Minister Probably Gordon and so on well. That's exactly right. I mean you have this kind of war of words and his war of parallel realities. It's important to note that there is very clear documentation mutation the backs up a lot of these allegations even though some of the investigative services were themselves compromise for example the protects the general to Lee Metal Seller came out with a report with names dates places the Financial Times itself reported reported a story where the then finance minister was offered a bag of money to take over the finance ministry and do various things that would have been off benefit to people connected to this sort of state capture network so I mean there's quite a few smoking guns there. But there's also the possibility especially I think in the world that we live in today of a counterfactual narrative that can be built up and if people arrested in that narrative than it's easy to believe it if their fortunes if their jobs depend on it then of course they'll believe John Beckett right and Joseph how is in broader terms the Ramaphosa effort to write South Africa to put it back on the right track. How's it going eighteen months ago? I think people would have been talking about remote Pouria about this sense that just a mere fact of having someone else in the presidency would unleash foreign investment and bring back South African companies to invest her as well that is not going well the economy's gutting with recession and they're very bad numbers at the beginning of this year. It's GonNa take a long time just because of the extent of the role just to take one example Eskan depowered monopoly which generates navy one of the country's electricity has just been for band patch of quite severe blackouts which obviously done the economy no favours as Davis had that is a smoking gun. One of the biggest intensive corruption under Zuma's rule but Ramaphosa team has been very very slow hello to restructure and s gone back honor bell fitting so that sense of urgency that was there a year and a half ago or Zuma was removed from power than dissipating and is that because the President Ramaphosa of the obstacles faces are larger than he imagined I mean how bad was the situation. He inherited actually we can go back to something. A former minister said at the inquiry about state capture itself which is don't over zoom denies denies it during make it all about Jacob Zuma. This was a much bigger network. The one president that are much more alleged perpetrators than the Gupta's so to route that out of the A._N._C. will be a bigot. It doesn't involve solve the tax collection agency the National Prosecutor even the public protect to David mentions had four against Corruption Zuma Bat has allegedly been captured by the quote unquote fightback so so it's not like things going on one way towards reform. It's a real conducting institutional fight so yes. It's not what about Jacob Zuma legacy so let's just finish by looking at the future both of the A._N._C. itself twelve and of South Africa. David background is that it's known about a battle within the end see the N._C.. The Positive Liberation the Party of Mandela has been losing popularity in their arrivals. Do you think this is an away a last chance for the Nancy and if they fail walk replaces them I think in says it is a less chance I mean you've seen its popularity slide. I think they won't fifty seven percent in this election fifty seven fifty eight and it would have been much lower had not been for the remedy fauria affect that Joseph referred to there is disillusion in the A._n._C. as a kind of typical liberation party which of course it never was seen as it was seen as this great transformer of the Rainbow Nation but it's unfortunately in many people's is gone on the way of other post-independence liberation movements got a monopoly on power and therefore abused its power. The one thing you're saying is that the South African economy which had been growing before Jacob Zuma five and six percents a year at least giving. Some room to do some of the social changes that the A._N._C. has promised to do an is the legacy of apartheid that does need to be addressed but with no growth with recession. There's just nothing to play with and in the end I think unless unless the A._N._C. can sought out its internal divisions standouts corruption at least to a certain extent and get the economy moving again then we will proceed at one pacer another in one direction that will be that the A._N._C.'s majority will old slipped below fifty percents. We'll move into coalition government. I didn't think we'RE GONNA lose the A._N._C. and power for quite a long time but you can see the A._N._C.'s total monopoly on power fading and in some people's eyes that would be no bad thing but some of the political forces I mean there are liberal democratic forces but they're also more left wing nationalist forces led by me and someone who might profit they're both you know there's a party to the right of the A._N._C. which believes in much more free market liberal economy of vessel but might be recognizable say in Europe but there's also a policy that basically says that the Liberation Movement in one thousand nine hundred four has been betrayed that is rallying around questions like nationalization of land or expropriation of land or that compensation because the the truth of South Africa the big truth that's looking behind all of this is that the disparity of income between the largely white population but with now black middle classes prospered on the one side and then a great divide with the rest of the black population that has really been left behind in his almost as far behind as it was under apartheid. That's the background and that's the social pressure that is behind a lot of this in which the A._N._C. in internal struggles in its moral corrosion is really unable to address and Joseph to finish the time I was in South Africa one did hear this phrase state capture but also some people muttering about state failure the sense that if this couldn't be turn round South Africa was really quite serious trouble and it statuses is the most advanced economy in Africa was under threat as we speak the army has been deployed in South Africa's Western Cape Aware Capetown is because of crime being so bad in townships around South Africa's second city not so as indicates for failure buses capture. I think that's a fad point to make state. Capture focused on major state companies focused on the Finance Ministry the very top of the state intensive allegedly the diverting resources to people Gupta's but from below rivers issues Davis has just been talking about basic service to the water at Trinity. I mentioned Eskom. Thurs indicates is old flagging as well. I I mean look at the end of the day of roughly infrastructure is miles edge of many countries on the continent on remains sir but this sense of urgency that was eighteen months ago about undoing nor anything capture but also bringing economic stagnation to an end Indorama poser that message has lost a bit amid the continued inflicting in the A._N._C. so that risk of failure stood