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Fresh "south africa" from WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

00:43 min | 50 min ago

Fresh "south africa" from WCBS Programming

"You'll see on the parkway building traffic anywhere from About Exit 98 up to about 1 17 You'll have moments in time. Where will be that bad? But you also moments where it's gonna be pretty rough. Also in Bergen County, 17 south and remains a real mess, especially by East Alain Delon Road remains subject closures. He's gonna want to take one of the other nearby roads. Saddle River Road, Maybe, frankly, Turnpike. Do you want to watch the Thruway, the New York State Thruway in Rockland for extra traffic Past Palisades? Basseterre, J. 13 and South Africa changes 16 15 and 16 17 in Orange County, If you are Traveling in that direction from exit would say about 1 20 to 1 30 You're going to see a lot of company as you make your way heading eastbound Not too much happening in Connecticut. Just Ah little traffic popping up on 95 South bound from excess. 16 12. The Hodges heavy anywhere from 6 to 6 to up to 13. That's about the Bronx up to about Across county and a Long Island. The Southern statement you next 16 and 22 is very busy. Westbound Northern State passed Exit 31 westbound l 80 as your past bags of 39. That's Glen Cove Road, you start to see traffic buildup and that West by rises heavy as you make your way into Queens. Elsewhere, traffic in.

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Chlo Valdary on Love & Race

The Psychology Podcast

04:37 min | 3 d ago

Chlo Valdary on Love & Race

"Today it's so great to have coli Valerie on the podcast after spending a year as a Bartley fellow. At The Wall Street Journal, Thou developed the theory of enchantment, an innovative framework for social emotional learning character development and interpersonal growth that uses pop culture as an educational tool in the classroom and beyond. Khloe trained around the world including in South Africa the Netherlands Germany and Israel her clients have included high school and college students, government agencies, business teams, and many more because also lectured in universities across America including Harvard Georgetown. Work has been covered in psychology today magazine and her writings have appeared in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal coli. So so glad to finally tell you. Likewise, well, where do we begin? There so many so many potential starting points. If it's cool with you, I'd love to start with your theory of enchantment I'm enchanted with it as A. I know. But. I am enchanted with it because I. You know I have a deep interest in education and making sure that no kids fall between the cracks and I just love to hear how your program addresses some of those issues and just. Inspires you most about that work that you do? Sure. So theory of enchantment is a social emotional learning program. I've designed about a year and a half ago. And it comes out of my my desire to construct a framework to teach people how to love using the things that we already love and that we already gravitate towards. So things like pop culture for example, because I believe that there are narrative within our pop culture that teach people how to believe in their own sense of south worthiness believe in their ability to overcome obstacles to endure hardship. Until by blending those elements of pop culture that teach these lessons with ancient wisdom my theory is that you can teach people how to love themselves, and then in long run be able to get along with and love others. I'm really inspired and motivated by especially getting it in as many schools as possible but really. Young people, teenagers, and adults I'm I'm I'm really excited for for the possibility of seeing how many people become. Enamored with this approach. So how many years have you been doing that? When did you create the program? So I created it formerly a year and a half ago. Right on. So, how old are you right now and twenty, six, th moment. Cool. Yeah. So let's back up a little bit about your history. So what was your major in College? My Major was international studies with a concentration in diplomacy. Oh Wow that's gonna come in Handy now. You're applying it well. Applying it on twitter you're applying those people's finale. Try My best. It's much much needed more more people like that on social media and in the world broader. So when did you get interested in education? So what was the point you before you create this program? You're like, wow, they're really this indeed. So, basically, after I graduated graduated in two, thousand fifteen and then I moved to New York in the summer of two thousand fifteen because I got a job at the Wall Street Journal. At The Wall Street Journal for Year working on the desk and Um for nine months while I. was there I worked on a thesis that ended up being the catalyst for theory of enchantment are trying to again figure out how to create a framework for teaching people how to love within the context of conflict in diplomacy because that was my background but there was no framework that specifically explicitly laid this out like how do we get people to learn how to love there were frameworks Potter we get people to stop fighting each other, but not necessarily, you know to start loving each other. So I created a thesis came up with a theory and then lectured on that thesis for two years. And then increasingly when I would lecture get the response from parents in from people from all walks of life. Saying, Hey, this isn't just applicable. Within the context of conflict resolution is also applicable within the context of social emotional learning in the classroom with when talking about high schools we're talking about interpersonal matters when you're talking about just trying to create a society with more human flourishing in general. So you might want to consider taking what you've done and expanding upon it and building upon it and developing it into a full course. So enough people told me that and I decided to run with it.

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Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Chicago's Business Authority Program

Chicago's Business Authority Program

01:15 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south africa" discussed on Chicago's Business Authority Program

"Not a diabetic, not somebody with high blood pressure. Not somebody would asthma, not an old person who got lost one patients. And on top of that, I put myself my stuff and many doctors that I know on groping for prevention because by the very mechanism of action, he works early prophylaxis way. See patients tend to 15 patients everyday way. Give them breathing treatments really wear surgical mask? None of us has got a stick. It works. So right now, I came here to Washington, D. C. To see America. Nobody needs to die. So I saw this and they're a couple and there were other doctors and they were talking about the really the realities as they see it, and they are medical doctors. But she also mentioned later on their secures called hydroxy Core, Quinn, zinc and as a myth, Rin ASM. I throw in whatever it is and in my brain. I was already pissed because I remember the president in the past weeks. There must have been even Monday itself. He said. I'm very excited. We got maybe a cure. I didn't get that clip. I just ran out of time to go find that. But he said that when they saw this, like, wait a minute, Something's going on here, and I sent it to a couple of people. Friends mainly to say, Hey, you know, here's a doctor who was educated Nigeria. They seem to have pretty low deaths in most of Africa, except for some South Africa African regions, which are still shut down regardless. Yeah, she probably has some experience with this is a malaria drug. And so I said, what I got back. His response was interesting. One of my many friends. When my friend said You must have sent this to me by mistake. It was a great response. Another one was I couldn't get past the crazy African woman. To which I immediately replied. How dare you use your privilege to assume she's a woman? So people you know, they were like so turned off by by this video, and I went on no agenda. Social. I said, All right, we should probably copy this. I just got a feeling about it. S the producers immediately sprang into action uploaded copies everywhere and it was it was removed. Before we get into what happened The next day, they actually had a full on six hour session somewhere in Washington, D. C. Where they did invite press. It was not his amateurish stick as this video but still hearing their spokesperson. This is the frontline doctors, Dr Simone Gold. It's the thing that irritates me that sounds like they were not there. Just coincidentally, on this day that they had been tipped off for someone who helped him organized. It's just a feeling the negative press about hydroxide Cora Quinn has really been quite stunning. Before it became politicised. I was excited about it. And I knew about this since maybe February sank or maybe even January, but certainly long before President Trump ever said anything about it. I knew that hydroxide Coral Clark would look like a very good treatment for this. So I remember watching the corner Buyers Task force at the time that the president mentioned that he think his exact words right? I happen to feel good about it kind of interesting because he said something positive about room disappear at the same conference, but everybody just jumped over the hydroxide, Cora Quinn. I thought there was gonna be a shortage of of the medicine. You know, everyone was going to go and buy it immediately. But instead, the next day, it was almost like the media just Like threw up all over hydrochloric win. I don't know how else to describe it. They just They just discredited so badly, And I think for everybody in this room and everybody at home, you know doctors, Helen. It was really Quite mysterious. This's the drug that's completely not controversial. It's actually sold in the vitamin section of the stores across the world. I mean, it just didn't really Beacon rapper heads around this You know what I mean? She sounds a little too media perfect. If you catch my drift, just more of those feelings, minor feeling Sure. Well, I would stop it right here. And because this was the initial video that when you're talking about the crazy African woman And I'm using that term. Yes. Was taken down. By the big boys. Well, that was the next day. So, Yeah, but I just wanted I just want to ask did just because this woman throughout stats, a number of people that patients and she's just telling what her experience wasn't Did anyone prove that to be false assed? Far as I know, no one's even interviewed her just to get down because, well, well, the reason why they took the video down is because Trump retweeted it. That's what happened. And that was that was the next day. That's what set everything in motion. I just want because what she was really doing was the entire idea of the frontline Doctors was to appeal to doctors, not two people, but two medical doctors, and she was also of course, at the six hour presentation where everything was a lot calmer, and her message is very clear by the minute and 1/2. I'm not scared of anything, but I'm just saying that you don't see I'm sticking that kid for your license for food on your allowing people to die worldwide because of this No different than the murder. You're no different than Hitler is one situation where good Germans, it's a good way to talk to people. Something that could destroy one or two of us, But it cannot destroy a multitude of doctors. You can come after me, but it cannot come after 537,000.

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South Africa reaches out to WHO for help with COVID-19 response

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:51 min | 3 d ago

South Africa reaches out to WHO for help with COVID-19 response

"Lecturer in international politics at. So seen in here in London Phil Clarke, welcome back fill just tell us what what what you picked out this morning the World Health Organization in South Africa's is a big headline. Yes, this is a story Emma that's running on Bloomberg and a and a lot of the international news type is this morning that's South Africa has really reached out to the World Health, organization and asked for some emergency help in terms of dealing with corona virus. So the WHO, today, sending, what they call a surge team. To South Africa, I've only done this in two or three other countries around the world. I'm so forty-three WHO experts landing in South Africa today really to help the South African government try to coordinate its corona virus response on the background to this is that South Africa has just hit a five hundred thousands of coronavirus cases that puts it in the top five inch infection writes around the world and there are real worries about just how quickly Karenna virus is spreading in South Africa. So yeah, that's why we're seeing this this whol emergency response today. What will this team doing? That they're going to be doing a couple of things. Firstly they're really helping the south. African. Government with with track and trace So this has been a real problem in South Africa just been very hard to set up a an effective surveillance system, full corona virus and then the second one is in fact, coordinating the kind of community response to Corona. Virus Encouraging people at the local level to go and get tested to stick to the lockdown measures the South African government had been really struggling with community compliance and said who is going to be helping with that as

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White Nationalist vs. David C. Smalley

Dogma Debate

06:24 min | 4 d ago

White Nationalist vs. David C. Smalley

"Further ado join me in welcoming Gordon. Call? To The podcast Gordon thanks for joining me today men. Thank you for having me on. So you have a podcast, I can't pronounce it. I don't know why. To just sorry, go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. Tell you the name of myself? Yeah. Yeah. It's totally the name your podcast and and your your your reason for coming on today. So. I'm Gordon Call I'm the editor of American her dot Org. It's a blog website I host the podcast tune Americana which acting is you know the German word for attention right and then America Connor is a term that some people on. If you WANNA call what I am the right or the dissident right have used to refer to white Americans right It's based on the term for white South Africans Afrikaner. And the idea was to we needed a word to represent the unique white ethnicity of America, right because you know. I. My background I'm German and Irish right I'm a midwestern Mutt but I'm not German and I'm not Irish right. I if I went to either of those countries, I would not culturally fit in there. I am a unique. Example of my background and nation. But Our podcast acting Americana is kind of A. Talk Show I guess we go over different topics and news stories focused primarily on the Midwest and fly over country and we kind of examined them from a white nationalist or distant right pursue. Okay. So do you consider yourself a white supremacist? No. And it would probably depend on what your definition of white supremacist is I've a lot of times people throw that word around to me. What white supremacist connotes is this idea that you want white people to like rule over other races like I don't know like the antebellum south or something like to enslave black people or whatever. I have no interest in that quite frankly if I had my way, I would not live near anybody like I mean I have no desire to rule over other peoples I want to. But quite frankly, I want my people to have the right of self-determination and to be left alone. Okay. So in that in that situation, this is where. I think the the lines will be blurred is, let's say, let's say you had your way and let's say there is a section of America. Let's say thirteen states or fifteen states or whatever that is dedicated just a whites-only. When that became overpopulated and that white part of America wanted to. Expand. Its borders. What would happen I mean? You wouldn't just say well I respect that that's the line. That's the because we're segregated I'm not GonNa Cross it, and we wouldn't you try. Then at that point to take the land of people who weren't like you. I mean isn't that what's happening to Europe and America? Now I mean considering the huge population boom and Africa and the massive population and say China right white white people of European, descent and if you want to get into the what is white debate I'm not really interested in that everyone knows what a white person is. But white people make up like ten percent of the world's population. Total. And the only countries that are being flooded with immigrants of a different race are white countries. You don't see massive populations of Europeans going into say tenure, for example, that is viewed as colonization, which is viewed as an evil act by the left. But when it is done in white countries, it's viewed as progressive and diversity. Okay. So back to my point there's no. Okay. So if you want to ask like what like first of all this whole like ethno state thing I know that that was something that Richard Spencer brought up when he first came on the scene. Like. My thing is this. I whatever idea of an ethno state or whatever people have. You'RE NOT GONNA get that in the foreseeable future for one thing politicians don't even talk about white people in a positive light in America today. So the idea that you're going to have like a political platform of okay we're going to split the states up based on race is ridiculous because you know Donald trump the supposed-, White Supremacist Fascist Nazi president that we have or whatever. Right who all of his children are married to. Jews. Which you know somehow makes him a Nazi. I guess. Like even he the most he said about white people was believe early on in his campaign he mentioned the farm murders in South Africa and then I think like a few weeks ago on an interview he mentioned that white people are killed more often by police than black who which is statistically true obviously their arguments about per capita or whatever yeah which is which Is the entire point not something we could just brush off. I. Mean that is the entire point there. There are far more white people in the country which goes without saying that you know but the percentages are much higher if you're black for you to be shot. So that's why that's problematic is it states something that's a technical fact but missing the entire point of the movement. I mean I guess but I also like I gotta be honest there are tons and tons of political. Groups, NGOs advocacy organizations five Oh, one C. threes what have you dedicated to blacks and black interests just like there are plenty of them dedicated to Jews and Jewish interests. Or Indians right both like native American American Indians right and you know Hindu Indians Arabs what you there are no organizations at all that advocate for the interests of white. Americans.

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Siyabulela Mandela - Personal Lessons from History

Untangle

03:48 min | 5 d ago

Siyabulela Mandela - Personal Lessons from History

"Siebel Villa. Thank, you very much. Ariana family me and thank you. For joining us, it is my sincere pleasure and honor. I would love to begin with you telling us a little bit about your own story and the inspiration for your current work. Thank. You very much. Really. I grew up in effeminate that was highly politicized and our shaved. By the history of the Feminine so-fi as its involvement in the struggle against apartheid resume colonialism in south, Africa, and in Africa in general and in the fight for the. Liberation of the black masses AFA people against the shuttle's off. Appreciate up on. Racism and all forms of injustice that degeneration of Mandela waged against our shaped by that kind of history and our shaped by those material condition, and it is the involvement of my family and my involvement of my great grandfather, Nelson Mandela that has inspired me to anti into the food dolf intensive relations particularly focusing on issues that were made peace confluence, Aleutian and human rights in South Africa. Andy. Africa's when the world more generally, and at the moment, my final stages of my doctorate studies which averages stepped on that Nelson Mandela University in Africa and partly, half of my research was done in the United States at George Mason invested to scorn of conflict, resolution and analysis. Dot Potential Training has opened opportunities for me. I'm currently based in Juba South Sudan where I work as a team, lead the country director for the Subsidy Program for an organization whole geneticist for human rights. So that is the way that I'm currently doing in south, Sudan. Patent puzzle supporting the Peace End. Development Agenda since the end of the civil war in this part of the was. So that's the kind of work that I'm doing, and that's what I'm engaged in at the moment. I'm sure people are curious about a little bit of your direct experience with your great grandfather. What is a memory that you might have and a piece of wisdom that you've learned from him that you'd like to pass along? A very few memories of. Microsoft. Grandfather Nelson, and among those memories was always division that instilled to all of us and something that we all learned from him and even the past generation the past it to him that. Occurred to importance to treat people quantity godless of their social status in society when you begin with rich people. Equally. You begin to understand and begin to know who people are for people would be willing to talk to. And people will be willing to listen to. That Nessin did. If you look at the entire store, you would have conversation with his prison. And he was highly regarded and respected by his prison for he treated that particular individual symptoms spent that they will lead to the president of Salafi, Cadet and. Someone that comes from. Hubble, begins. And when you begin to imagine from the kind of a background is individual new, get to recognize that we are only important it regardless of social status in society,

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Siyabulela Mandela - Personal Lessons from History

Untangle

04:32 min | 5 d ago

Siyabulela Mandela - Personal Lessons from History

"This week I have a special guest, sea. Ebola Mandela. WHO's the great grandson of Nelson. Mandela. Lilla is a PhD in peace and conflict. Studies, in continues his grandfather's legacy of advocating for human rights and shares his perspective on the stomach nature of racism with us. He recently wrote a chapter in the book for the sake. Of Peace. African perspectives, on. Racism? Justice. And peace in America. Sibylla will also share with us his perspective on what we can each do to decolonize our own minds and the lessons that he learned from his grandfather's character. He speaks to us today from south, Sudan where he works. Welcome Siebel Villa. Thank, you very much. Ariana family me and thank you. For joining us, it is my sincere pleasure and honor. I would love to begin with you telling us a little bit about your own story and the inspiration for your current work. Thank. You very much. Really. I grew up in effeminate that was highly politicized and our shaved. By the history of the Feminine so-fi as its involvement in the struggle against apartheid resume colonialism in south, Africa, and in Africa in general and in the fight for the. Liberation of the black masses AFA people against the shuttle's off. Appreciate up on. Racism and all forms of injustice that degeneration of Mandela waged against our shaped by that kind of history and our shaped by those material condition, and it is the involvement of my family and my involvement of my great grandfather, Nelson Mandela that has inspired me to anti into the food dolf intensive relations particularly focusing on issues that were made peace confluence, Aleutian and human rights in South Africa. Andy. Africa's when the world more generally, and at the moment, my final stages of my doctorate studies which averages stepped on that Nelson Mandela University in Africa and partly, half of my research was done in the United States at George Mason invested to scorn of conflict, resolution and analysis. Dot Potential Training has opened opportunities for me. I'm currently based in Juba South Sudan where I work as a team, lead the country director for the Subsidy Program for an organization whole geneticist for human rights. So that is the way that I'm currently doing in south, Sudan. Patent puzzle supporting the Peace End. Development Agenda since the end of the civil war in this part of the was. So that's the kind of work that I'm doing, and that's what I'm engaged in at the moment. I'm sure people are curious about a little bit of your direct experience with your great grandfather. What is a memory that you might have and a piece of wisdom that you've learned from him that you'd like to pass along? A very few memories of. Microsoft. Grandfather Nelson, and among those memories was always division that instilled to all of us and something that we all learned from him and even the past generation the past it to him that. Occurred to importance to treat people quantity godless of their social status in society when you begin with rich people. Equally. You begin to understand and begin to know who people are for people would be willing to talk to. And people will be willing to listen to. That Nessin did. If you look at the entire store, you would have conversation with his prison. And he was highly regarded and respected by his prison for he treated that particular individual symptoms spent that they will lead to the president of Salafi, Cadet and. Someone that comes from. Hubble, begins. And when you begin to imagine from the kind of a background is individual new, get to recognize that we are only important it regardless of social status in society,

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Italian island runs out of room to quarantine new migrants

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Italian island runs out of room to quarantine new migrants

"South Africa has surpassed half a million confirmed coronavirus cases the fifth highest number in the world South Africa has tallied more than fifty percent of all reported coronavirus infections in Africa although the case fatality rate is at one point six percent significantly lower than the global average south Africa's hospitals have been stretched to the limit but in most provinces they are succeeding in providing treatment to patients president Cyril Ramaphosa says he sees promising signs the rapid growth of cases has stabilized I'm Sarah buses

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South Africa hits 500,000 infections but president hopeful

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

South Africa hits 500,000 infections but president hopeful

"South Africa has surpassed half a million confirmed coronavirus cases the fifth highest number in the world South Africa has tallied more than fifty percent of all reported coronavirus infections in Africa although the case fatality rate is at one point six percent significantly lower than the global average south Africa's hospitals have been stretched to the limit but in most provinces they are succeeding in providing treatment to patients president Cyril Ramaphosa says he sees promising signs the rapid growth of cases has stabilized I'm Sarah buses

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Asia-Pacific tourism makes patchy restart, and some missteps

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Asia-Pacific tourism makes patchy restart, and some missteps

"Sleepy lines empty bonds lost jobs it's become a world without tourism the period without mass tourism is seeing lines to sleep undisturbed in south Africa's bush and quiet Paris's Louvre museum but agonizing pain and worry for millions around the world who depend on the industry shattered by the coronavirus well then no American visit is to show around from C. D. day beaches and shuttle the tool guide in Paris tells the AP although worries about how she will continue to care for her ailing mother unknown Portugal's beautiful Algarve coast catastrophe looms the empty hotels bars and restaurants despite government hopes tourists will come I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?

PRI's The World

04:21 min | Last week

Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?

"Cuba seems to have the coronavirus under control, but a lot of the world continues to struggle in the past six weeks. The number of cases worldwide has roughly doubled doubled in six weeks for many of us hope lies in finding a vaccine with me to talk about the latest vaccine research and efforts to ramp up. Production is the world's global health corresponded Alana Gordon along this week phase. Three trials started in the US for one. One of the leading vaccine contenders. What does that mean phase three trials so the biotech? Madeira I'm with the national. Institutes of Health has started this phase three trial, and what that means is thirst killing of testing of the vaccine. People recruiting some like thirty thousand people where some get placebo. Some don't because at this point. You don't really know I. Have The vaccine approach that's been developed in the lab in these smaller scale phases. Whether that actually works. You also have to figure out how the dose works and side effects and this company Moderna it's not the only candidate. No, definitely not. There's an Oxford trial with Astra Zeneca. That's already been in three. That's being tested in the UK south. Africa and Brazil Marco for overall. There's like two dozen vaccines and human trials. At this point, governments are placing their bet than some of these front runners to try to get that vaccine available. Because let's you figure out something works. You don't have the time or space in a pandemic to then be like okay. Let's start figuring out how to scale this up. What does that all mean for access as people are like predicting when vaccines going to be ready, so they can make it. The conversations are on access are happening right now, and they're complicated, and they're full of ethical issues. I talked to Monsef slowly about this. He's the chief advisor for Operation Warp speed. It's this new government program. It's really in the hot seat because it's focused on getting a vaccine for the United States by January hardest step, frankly for access is forever vaccines. And, that's what we're. Aiming to still billions of dollars are going into figuring out these different vaccines. The US has narrowed it down. He says to eight vaccine candidates, and then they've also been agreeing to manufacturing contracts, but in all of this slowly says that the companies have agreed to share data from their research on these trials with the world. For him right now is focused as if you can figure out the right combination of a vaccine approach that is a game changer for all vaccines, Frank H, the the most valuable come. Next to of course, the vaccine noses themselves is. What does it take to be protected? Because then everybody can go and do that. Alone, I understand that, but they're still. The manufacturing part of the vaccine has to get made, and then how does distribution to what countries get prioritized? I mean. If you look at the past, we shouldn't be surprised with what we're seeing. An which is that geopolitics is all over this I mean. There's a global race for a vaccine also for access to it. Countries are trying to do this for their populations, and what that means countries that have more resources wind up getting the contracts I I talked to Raji Than Kaya. He's with the company Takeda about this, but he wears hats because he has worked in the US government on Pandemic Preparedness Nausea, Global Vaccine Access he does worry about this trend with all these countries. Now that we're seeing lineup for contracts I hope is that there will? Will be very little time between when significant numbers of people say in the US, get vaccine, and when the rest of the world gets meaningful volumes of vaccine. Are there efforts being made right now to broaden vaccine access when that vaccines developed? Yeah, absolutely and Sovan Kayak is actually on the board of the Coalition for epidemic. Preparedness Innovations full is called often referred to Steffi and they're working with the world. Health, organization. The idea is to bring in as many countries as possible to lower resource and higher resource countries to come up with these contracts with manufacturers, and the idea is that twenty percent of populations would gain access to vaccine. Not all countries have signed onto this like the United States. It tends to be that the lower resource countries tend to bear the bigger burden of diseases of pandemic for longer. The world's Alana Gordon. Thanks very much. Thanks Markup.

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Transvaal Jammies

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:21 min | Last week

Transvaal Jammies

"You know. What of all do you know anything about the war? Julia. I know that Britain was involved Yup. Ask you know what that would have been a good guess at the very least. South Africa is. Is Part of it. Yes, you are correct on both counts, so that is pretty. Well. You know what that was more than I knew when I started researching this topic so congratulations. I didn't know about Britain but I did not know about. South Africa and I will not be referred to it as that from for the rest of the I promise so to begin with the conflict is commonly referred to as the second bower war. Since the first war, which was December eight, hundred, eighty, two, Martini one only lasted. A couple of months was smaller. It was just it was really a war. It was kind of a battle. The Word Bower B. O. E. R. means farmer. And it's the common term for Afrikaans speaking white South Africans descended from Dutch east India Company's original settlers at the Cape of Good Hope, so these are white. South Africans who speak Afrikaans which is. Like a sort of a weird hybrid between like Dutch and then. African it's kind of a cool language. In South Africa it is officially called the South African War. And, they also sometimes called the second Anglo Bower War and in fact, according to two thousand eleven BBC report. Most scholars prefer to call the war of eighteen thousand nine tonight to the South African. War, thereby acknowledging that all South Africans White and black were affected by the war, and many were participants all right Yup so. Why, why why did they go to war? So here's the war far away. Though so far away so it as as with many wars, there's a long history to it. So the origins were complex, and they stemmed from more than a century of conflict between the bowers and Britain, so let's with a little background, the first European Settlements Africa was founded at the Cape of Good Hope in sixteen fifty two. And thereafter administered as part of the Dutch Cape Colony. The Cape was governed by the Dutch east India Company until its bankruptcy, the late seventeen hundreds, and thereafter it was directly by the Netherlands. The Netherlands took over when the Dutch east India Company collapsed. The British occupied the Cape three times during the Napoleonic wars as a result of political turmoil in the Netherlands and the occupation became permanent after British forces defeated the Dutch at the battle of Blouberg in eighteen o six. So at the time, the colony was home to about twenty six thousand colonists settled under Dutch rule and a relative majority still represented old. Dutch families brought to the Cape during the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. However close to one fourth of this demographic was of German origin and one sixth of French huguenot descent, so you got a little bit of a mix. It's mostly dislike dissenters like descendants of Dutch people from way back when but also a little bit of German a little bit of French. So divisions amongst these people were likelier to occur along socioeconomic rather than ethnic lines, however, and broadly speaking colonists included a number of distinct subgroups, including the bowers, so the bowers were like the the farmers for all intents

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UK coronavirus vaccine shows early promise

Ray Appleton

04:18 min | 2 weeks ago

UK coronavirus vaccine shows early promise

"Over at Oxford? They say they're experimental Corona virus vaccine. Has shown in early trials. To really hardcore. They're happy with the answers on this one. Ah, prompt a protective immune response in hundreds of people who got this inoculation. Now. The British researchers, as I recall that they began testing the vaccine back in April. They jumped on this early. It was about 1000 people. About half of whom got an experimental Lexie. Such early trials are are designed to evaluate safety. And see what kind of immune response was was provoked, but can't tell if the vaccine truly protects until a certain point. Okay. I don't wanna get too deep into the weeds here, but in research that was published today in the journal, which is gold land set Site has said that they have found that their experimental Cove in 19 vaccine has produced a dual immune response in people ages 18 to 55. It lasted a couple of months after they were immunized. That doesn't go away or has it only been since a couple of months that they were immunized quote. We're seeing good immune response in almost everybody. This is Dr Adrian Hill, who was the director of the Gender instituted Oxford University. What this vaccine does particularly well is trigger both Arms of the immune system. Both arms of the immune system. Yeah. Did you know the TV system? Having an appendage is a bump up? So he said that the neutralizing antibodies air produced, Okay, we'll try to bring this down to a level that even I understand molecules. Which are key to blocking infection are produced. So In addition, the vaccine also causes a reaction in the body's T cells, which helps destroy cells that have been taken over by the virus. Match the important factor here. So this experimental Cove in 19 vaccine Has caused only minor side effects, just like the one we talked about last week. Think exactly the same. We're talking about fever in some chills for a day muscle pain, especially the injection site. And The the The other people gotta control meningitis vaccine as a part of the experiment. Um, they did not suffer from those those those side effects. But individuals who got this experimental Govind 19 vaccine did So Dr Hill said that larger trials evaluating the vaccine's effectiveness. Which will include about 10,000 people in the UK As well as participants in South Africa and Brazil are underway. About why South Africa. Why Brazil? I'm not sure, but they're all related to what's going on from Oxford, so another big trial is slated to start in the U. S soon. This one is going to enroll about 30,000 people in this test group this test cell 30,000 So we're gonna have like 40 50,000 people all in the The whole, you know, realm of testing involved in this phase of one or both Vaccines now how quickly This is the big question. Hey, how quickly scientists were able to determine the vaccine's effectiveness. The way I understand. This will depend largely on how much more transmission there is. Really? That's their response. Dr. Hill estimates that if there were enough data to prove the HVAC teens of vaccines efficiency, the emulation of some high risk groups in Britain could begin in December. Could begin with wall to wall vaccinations of high risk groups like me, I'd be considered that in November. I mean, the December excuse me. So that means this year. I don't know that anybody really thought our chances of developing a vaccine that worked I was going to be in the cards so fast, if at all.

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UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response in early test

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response in early test

"Some encouraging vaccine news out of the UK correspondent Tom River says patients in an early Oxford University trial have shown an immune response after receiving a shot. Experimental vaccine incentive caused minor side effects like Fever, chills and muscle pain more often than in those who gotta control vaccine larger trials evaluating its effectiveness involving about 10,000 people here. Well, his participants in South Africa and Brazil are still underway. Another big trial is slated to start in the U. S. Soon aiming to enroll around 30,000 A vaccine, which is one of 100 being tested around the world is being developed in partnership with AstraZeneca. The British government's already agreed to buy 100 million doses today. The UK also announced plans to buy 90 million doses of a different vaccine being developed by

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Researchers: In early testing, UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Researchers: In early testing, UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response

"Stands and promising news out of Oxford University this morning. Yeah, this is a very closely watch vaccine trials is in the Oxford AstraZeneca trial and the report this morning is that this vaccine appears to be safe and trains the immune system. Which, of course, is exactly what you're looking for The vaccine. The trials involved a little over 1000 people of the injections led to them making antibodies as well as T cells, those air white blood cells that could help fight a corona virus infection. Hugely promising early results of the British medical journal, Lancet said. Authors say further clinical studies, including an older adults should be done with this vaccine. But They've already partnered Oxford and AstraZeneca to start cranking out 100 million doses of the vaccine. The British government has signed deals to secure 90 million doses from pharmaceutical companies. Thousands more people from the UK as well as Brazil, South Africa and the US where the infection rate is much higher will be involved in continuing next stage

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Phil - Growing up gay in South Africa

Coming Out Stories

04:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Phil - Growing up gay in South Africa

"It can tell from Phil now. He grew up in South Africa where he knew from a very early age that he was gay, and he got bullied for it from the age of eight I think I always knew from a young age, but for me it was different levels of awareness so when I was really young I found myself getting those butterflies in that shy feeling by looking at old is so you know when you see little schoolgirls and they all shy when they see their friends older brothers Zoll. Things like that! That's how I felt and it felt. Different to looking at my other male straight friends, who would get the same feelings for girls? So I had the awareness that they was a difference there I was getting that feeling by looking at guys, but they were getting that feeling looking at girls, and what's certain Cevennes near young mind that there was anything wrong with that, or did you just sort of acknowledging and and run with it I think as I got older Changed the way I. I thought because the majority of the people I was hanging around with were attracted to the opposite sex so I then thought okay. There must be something wrong with me because I didn't know anybody else. Who has in the same situation as me? Let's put this in a setting. Then how old were you? Where were you growing up? I think the awareness really started when I was four five and I grew up in South Africa. That's young, isn't it? Yeah, well I mean the thing is i. that's why I had different levels of awareness as about myself as I was growing up. So I mean yes, I had like kiss catch with girls, but then I had the feeling. Oh, I want to play catch with boys. You Know I. think that would be a little bit more exciting. And then I got a little bit older and. It was. Should I be having these feelings and I think you are actually the first person on the podcast from South Africa. Yes, so I don't really have much of a sense of what it's like growing up being gay part the Elliott Bay Community in South Africa what what was it like south? Africa I find is a little bit more. Conservative than here in the UK. And at that time it was quite homophobic. Very traditional men do this woman do this. That really affected me and I found it quite difficult. There were slows thrown about about being gay I can remember being a kid, and for those the listeners who have some experience in South Africa the word was more fee, which was fag basically and Offie Molefi. So. I was called that a lot I didn't even know what it meant. My mom tells me about the story. When I was young, I must've been eight or nine, and and I would go to my mom in our say mom, how do gay guys? And she said to me I know Philip. How do gay guys walk and I said I don't know, but the people at school are are teasing me because they say that I'm gay because I walk in a certain way and I didn't even have a label for it, but it was really really hard, even for my mom and Dad. They never really had any experience in lgbtq stuff and they've learned a lot through me. Yeah. It's a similar story with a lot of people are told to. Kind of like a lot of parents learn as they go on, which is why sometimes their first reaction isn't always the best one because they literally done what to say, they have gotten a reference point. They haven't met any other LGBT people until that child comes out. This is what it was like with my mom and dad because they grew up in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe. and. It was a lot more conservative than over in the UK, so they didn't have a reference. They didn't have any friends and relatives that were comfortable in coming out and saying who they really

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Reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic

Science Magazine Podcast

14:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic

"Now we have contributing correspondent. Gretchen Vogel she in two other science news staff Jennifer Cousin Franklin Megan. whalen worked on comprehensive story on reopening schools during the coronavirus pandemic. Hi, Gretchen Hi, this is a very complicated story and tell you the truth. I'm a little frustrated because I. Just WanNa answers, but there are so many unanswered questions out there about current Ivars in children for example, how likely are kids to get an infection if they're exposed to an infected person? Do we have any numbers on that? The story was was fascinating, but also really frustrating to work on because we kept saying. Why are these answers so? There are no hard and fast answers, but there is accumulating evidence that kids newborns up to for purposes, eighteen are less likely to be It's not clear why that is, but it does seem likely that children are about one half to one third as likely as adults to catch the virus in the first place. That's not one hundred percent clear, but let's consistently showing. Showing up in a lot of data then once we get past that question of how likely is a kit? Get infected. We ask the next question. It's still open, which is if they do get exposed to infection and they acquire it. Do they actually get sick? That is also not a number that we know in part because there's so little testing of people who don't. Don't show any symptoms and to find out if somebody is infected, but not showing any symptoms, you have to test a whole lot of people for the trifecta of unknown. How likely is a kid to transmit this infection? So there is some evidence out there saying that even if they do get infected, they are somewhat less likely to share it to other people. That's correct. Correct. There were a couple of intriguing case studies early on I was a kid. In France, who was infected, a family friend was in a ski chalet with his family, and t caught the virus. He tested positive, but didn't yet. No, that between the time he was infected, and and the time he was tested. He attended ski school and Language School in his regular school. Officials, tracked down more than seventy of his contacts and none of them ended up being infected. Even two of his siblings were uninfected. All three siblings shared other viruses, some minor cold viruses. They all had it was that they had contact with each other, but the coronavirus did not pass from this child to anyone else. They could find so that's really intriguing, but it's only one case right right, so it's hard to extrapolate from that. What our story talks about are some newer data from France that are also intriguing in a little town north of Paris. There was pretty large outbreak in high school early February. Teachers happened to get infected way before anybody knew that the coronavirus was circulated in France and so two weeks between the second of February and the fourteenth February when the school went on winter break, the virus had a chance to spread a few weeks later, when researchers looked at how many people had antibodies to the virus, they found that thirty eight percent of pupils, forty-three percent of teachers and fifty nine percent of non teaching staff had been infected, the also looked however at elementary schools in the town and there they found three kids who based on when symptoms had started, and the fact that they also had antibodies to the coronavirus. They figured these three. Three kids probably had been infected by their family members, and then attended school, because they weren't very sick, but they were infected, and they checked with all of their close contacts, and it did not look like they had passed it on to anyone. So this is getting at the idea that there is a sliding scale that younger students might be less likely to carry INS spread versus older students in the high school years. Certainly babies seem to be least impacted and toddlers, and then elementary school kids, and then as you get past the age of ten or eleven, the risk of both acquiring and passing on the virus does seem to increase and high school. School kids seem to be fairly good at both acquiring and passing on the virus be not quite as good as adults, but there does seem to be an increasing risk of both catching and passing on the virus as you age, but that's great news right if that's true, that is really good news for safety of babies for the safety of preschools, and for the safety of elementary schools we have now are setup. We have the limited knowledge we have about their risks of getting sick or infecting others, and then we are talking about reopening schools as the end of summer approaches. What parents would administrators governments are trying to do is balance the risks to. To the health of children and staff against the risk of not having their kids in school, what kinds of things that have taken consideration on that other side of the equation? What our kids missing out on besides actual learning? If they don't go to school in the fall, such a balancing act, because schools are really really important for kids and for society as a whole right, they go to school first contacts, and for their emotional and social development, and then lots and lots of kids and the world get a fair amount of their food at school. Especially, the most vulnerable kids are really dependent on some of the food programs that are at schools. Also sadly, schools are place where some of the most vulnerable kids who might be subject to abuse at home where some of those signs are picked up, and where other adults in their lives can raise red flags and say hey. Maybe something's not right here, so there have been signs that child abuse cases have also been going up as kids have been staying away from school. There's a lot of pressure to reopen schools, but there's. There's not a lot of information about how to do that safely. But as part of your reporting on this year team did some pretty extensive research into how all these different programs that have reopened have fared he. You talk a little bit about what you looked at and what you're looking for. We did to a lot of research. We're intrigued because I live in Berlin and Jennifer lives in Philadelphia and Megan lives in Washington DC. DC Jennifer and I, both have elementary and middle school aged kids Jennifer's were at home. Mine started to go back to school with other kids in Germany at the beginning of May. This part time just a couple of days a week. My fifth grader for example went four days the whole week part time, and then was two weeks off, and then again went four days, and then was two weeks off. They were trying to keep. Keep class sizes super small so that if somebody did happen to be infected and attend school, they would only infect portion of their class. Not Everybody and they tried to keep the desks spaced far apart, so they were trying to keep as few in the classroom as possible so that they can keep a distance from each other. That was my experience in Germany and we wanted to know how other countries had approached the question. We looked at everywhere from South Africa to Benin to South Korea and Japan and Taiwan and lots of countries across Europe. Canada had opened some schools. Most schools in the US had stayed closed in part because summer vacation tends to happen a little earlier in the US, so we took a look at what had happened in those countries that had opened up to different degrees, for example the Netherlands started back with their elementary schools I and small classes, and only part time, but then they gradually as. As things went well, and they saw very few outbreaks in schools gradually opened more and more than we at the same time checked to see if overall rates of infection in the country had changed and in many places we found they hadn't. There's a big caveat there. Though most of these countries had fairly low rates at the time that they open schools, and they had the system place when an outbreak maybe happened to detected and to identify context and isolate them for the two weeks that you. You need to isolate people to make sure they're not going to pass that on. So what is a common practice? When a student has positive for coronavirus, some places would close the whole school. If one student was infected, other places would only isolate the people who had been in direct contact with the student, so their classmates with a subset of classmates that they had been attending within their small reduced size classes, and then that teacher, or any other teachers. We didn't see a big difference in. In end outcome race between those approaches. What did seem to make a big difference when you looked at all these different schools what seemed to make the most difference was close a small, so the kids could stay separate and wearing masks. Now there were different approaches in different places for example, most places in Germany made them optional, although some in some schools, everybody had masks on it and others only when you came in or were in the bathroom or in the hallways. Did you wear your mask? Israel was one interesting example where they did not try and reduce class sizes, so they went back to their fairly large classes thirty to forty kids. But they really did mandate masks for everybody, and that seemed to go k, until it got super, Super Hot, and then it was just impossible to ask people to wear masks all day, and so the health department and the Education Department said Okay Fine. Let's leave the masks away, but then about two weeks later they had a humongous outbreak in one high school, and some other smaller outbreaks in other places as well so it it. It suggestive that asks. There were making a difference when they couldn't do. The distancing that were happening in other places like Denmark where they they went to great lengths, and even held classes, churches, or outside, or whatever to keep kids as far apart as possible and as much fresh air between them as possible I'm in Indiana and I actually have my daughter in daycare right now because I'm in a county with st low levels. I am very nervous about it, and we keep our eye on the numbers. Because that's what I see as really important gauge for whether or not, it's safe to have my kid go to a situation with six other kids. Do you feel like that background level what your community spread like is important for what's happening at your school. Absolutely, Yes, that is a huge caveat that cannot emphasize enough that the background level of community spread needs to be at A. A low enough place that you can identify outbreaks when they happened in noticed them, and that you can take measures to try and slow them down I. Think if that situation then the harm to kids. Keeping schools close vastly outweighs the potential risk of opening schools right now. Schools are closed colleges or closed, but once the university kids come back, and all the schools are open. We might see a very different background that we need to take into consideration. And Be Flexible. If school need to close again, absolutely universities are such a different situation than high schools elementary schools I mean as we talked about the risk increasing with age, so I think that's going to be a real issue in the fall as universities try to open back up. What do you think are the main takeaways from your review of all these different openings in different countries and in different schools? It's still a little unsatisfying, yeah. Is operatives data are really of still released sparse and it super frustrating, because it's such an important question. It feels like we should have better answers, but we simply don't yet. I do think the main takeaway is is you have to be flexible if to recognize that you can't go back to pretending that the viruses and there or if you do you're GONNA end up with big outbreaks and you're. GonNa have to shut everything down again. Like happened in Israel. One other interesting takeaway that I found was that when we looked at the outbreaks that had been identified, it was frequently teachers who were more affected than kids often. Often it was hard to tell because there were very very few cases where people had really carefully done the tracing that they did in that town in France, but it looked at first glances, or maybe the teachers were spreading it to each other more than to and from the kids. I think that's something that's important to keep in mind as we move toward reopening, because teachers are better able. I think than kids to do the physical distancing. I think it's it's helpful to realize that. Maybe adults are the bigger risk factor than the kids I know. A lot of teachers are super worried about going back for good reason we know as parents and teachers. The kids are generally really good at spreading germs. Happens every single winter exactly and so when the middle of pandemic where people are dying, and then somebody says well. You have to go back and stand in a classroom with even half of the normal kids. In contact with these lovely little people who you really enjoy being with, but you also see his German accelerators All, day long is definitely giving a lot of teachers. Pause for good reason, but I think one of the things that we did see emerging as a pattern was the teachers maybe should be wary of each other more than they need to be wary of their of their students I do think also that reducing class sizes and finding some sort of creative hybrid solution where kids. Kids are in school part of the time, but then doing the distance learning also part of the time. I think that's GonNa to be unfortunately the way forward for now until we get things a little bit more under control. We've talked mostly about anecdotal findings, so far are their studies in schools that are taking a look at this and going to give us some good. Good answers. That's another thing that the story mentions. There are a couple of real studies that are starting in the UK there researchers who have started projects at several schools where anybody who wants can be tested both for antibodies and active virus, and so they're hoping to get a better picture of when somebody's infected. How far it spreads in a school and in Berlin and in. In the state, German state of Bavaria also very projects have started all right. Thank you so much, Gretchen thank you Gretchen.

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South Africa surpasses the UK in confirmed coronavirus cases

Roe Conn

00:15 sec | 3 weeks ago

South Africa surpasses the UK in confirmed coronavirus cases

"Africa has surpassed the U. K and it's number of confirmed Corona virus cases. That's according to data compiled by John's Happens University. South Africa now has the world's eighth highest number of confirmed Corona virus cases. That's nearly half of all the confirmed cases on the African continent

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South Africa exceeds UK in confirmed virus cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

South Africa exceeds UK in confirmed virus cases

"Africa has surpassed the United Kingdom in the number of confirmed Corona virus cases. This, according to that nation's health ministry. A cz well AST the rolling tally by Johns Hopkins University. South Africa now has just over 298,000 cases. That's the world's eighth highest number of confirmed cases, and it represents nearly half of all the confirmed cases on the African continent. A strict lock down had delayed the surgeon cases, but it's been loosened sense because of economic concerns, South Africa's president said this week the country faces the gravest crisis in the history of its democracy.

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Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Fast Money

"It's time once again to answer your burning market questions. Total request was such a hit guy of lots of fun, right? We've got so many questions. We thought we'd take some more. And our first question comes from John and Long Island. Guys. This is John from long. Island by question on salesforce, our border in the march lows, and it seems to hit a resistance point at two hundred dollars a share. Do you think I should sell right now as it may not only exhilarated from here. Hold or potentially by more on your thoughts. Thank you. All right John From Long Island, Jeff males! What do you say to him about crm? Well look if you bought at the lowes. You're probably working on a thirty five forty percent gain something like that so I think at that point in time. It's always smart to take a little bit off the table so I would start there. John but I'd also say. The stock is holding a multiyear uptrend. It looks like it wants to break out to a new absolute high. It looks like it wants to break out to a new relative high versus the SNP so I actually think that you can play the momentum and salesforce, but definitely take a little bit off the table if you're games, are that big? I tend to agree I. Mean it's really not just about my view on the stock. It's about what is the prudent way to go ahead and risk manage up thirty five forty percent. You one hundred percent need to be taking some chips off the table. I would agree I would agree as well in terms of the long-term uptrend. I would say it is pressing down a little bit towards if I remember correctly is fifty day moving average, but as long as it holds those long term averages. With, at least a portion of of my investment, absolutely all right, our next question is an international one. It comes to Roberto all the way from South Africa. I'm loving the show all the way from South Africa. Wanted to ask question relating to gold. It has run within one hundred dollars of historical high. So my question is. Is it time to start shorting gold and gold stocks? I mean even full Toronto two thousand. There should be more downside than up rats. I just wanted to say. Thank you for having me on the show. And thank you for your amazing analytics. As! Roberto from South Africa Guy Jami who knew we had fans although in South Africa. That is unbelievable. You know when back in another life one of our largest clients was the Reserve Bank of South. Africa And the road I believe from Pretoria to Johannesburg. Is Route One on one? And that was the codename Anecdotal Story I. Know Nobody Cares shorting gold here to me is a very short term trade. I do not although you had a huge reversal Newmont huge reversal panamerican. Silver today I. Don't think that's the right way to play. It I'm of the belief. That Gold's going to continue to move higher as his silver, and as are the mining stocks. You can be selective if you WANNA try to short them, but Roberto I stay long the commodities specifically gold and silver for the next six to nine months for sure Jaffa was your Taylor South African friend. Yeah I think that's probably too and I'll comment on silver specifically as well you know that's put in a massive base, and it looks to be breaking out to the upside so I agree with Guy Look in this environment. You might be able to play it on the short side for a quick trade, but overall I just think momentum's too strong you. You have had flows that are really aggressive into gold and the gold miner, so for that reason I think you can play it on the short side near term, but the momentum strong so I think looking out any further than maybe a month or so you probably want to stay on alongside of it

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

06:11 min | 5 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Story. It's all before. Let's go South Africa on Monday. We told me like in a like a creek. You know lots of Bushes Long Grass Roxanne. Not so we had to have a little talk from award and fellow I about the different types of snacks we might encounter outta reactive. We come across one suitable clothing Blah Blah Blah. Very interesting actually on the the man-fang it turned out just to be. Snag Away. You know. Keep your eyes on the floor for example when you walk because the pull fodder is really lies out in the sun is really well camouflaged so if you see one just walked slowly away right. Sounds PLAUSIBLE OFFER BLACK? Mamba most lethal snake in the world yet. Now interesting that as a very distinct smell like burning rubber. Take that as a warning light burning rubber if you smell lap black Mamba Black Mamba. That's a very interesting Warren inaudible and Burn rubber don't you think is it affects the African Spitting Cobra. Yeah being raised. Its neck up. 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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

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

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:46 min | 5 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

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

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

08:43 min | 5 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

"Fake. Sorry finish off that suffer from last week. Could I think you should aware is because they want they want closure? Okay so just to catch up and kiss. I was standing at this big right. Oh tells her in the middle of a reserve you get your own little hot. The central Larry that basically sells for ostrich for breakfast lunch. Say Right so I'll pick up me Dish ostrich. I'll think I'll go back to. I don't want really sweatier. I'll go out and I've outside me her or whatever but when I get too hot the hate from the hut is like all empowering. It's like right the entirety of power democracy in captial. What it's you know. I mean it's just to folk and much democracy in now next to me. Is this big Ta Paulin like on polls under which the credits and not like a temporary thing are building you know a main before it might be a bit cooler than me hut. That was fucking over to be honest with you so in the shelter and there's a block in Colorado Insane right bomb to embarrass you walk straight out so I sit down on the books. He comes up and he says I go for Africa which is yard accommodate. Oh Shit which which is satisfactory car consist frigging. Just a conduit like that. Which is you're talking. He says which is your accommodation to carry on so appointed me hurt. And he says I'm going to Rob Rob I'm going to fucking it up. The shootout daily daily. Jemaine also expected shock your English mouth. I'm a motherfucker. You say. Anything around the sardine-tin Annus Kelly arise right. He's pointing a rifle at the blog and he shouts at me. Get down to the temporary shelter. He's a fucking gang so Bucko run into me. Hook few minutes. Let this go on. Madore your case I sell guy. Hey generally gonNA. Tim Tenant Mass. Woody really have done that. You better what? He stopped the previous guest within a corn. Beef ball abilities fucking. Go Love Him. Benny left you. I will say you see you. Salvaged in the end. I won't try. I got any laughs. Obey out the pitch we start. We'll just try to pretend that the novel South Africa then I will doa think I was in the hotel. Bow when watching football right right just million. Nanna let bloat beyond poet bar called Sammy. Sammy Fella lots hunting stuff on the walls Zulu spears shields and not whips. That's Oh shit you. I was watching Monday night. We Liverpool yes may I support it? Saami ASPEL Middlesbrough. He left right so I find and he laughed again so I fives. And we've said this for a while you just pay people plays fun. Yeah stuff on an arm that certainly I hear the TV turned over so obscure tennis. Tom And it's a big bearded massive Dutch Afrikaans Block. Yeah I said Oh. Excuse me Matt I was. I was watching the football. I don't care if you apply ink. I don't care if you flying might. I'm watching. Fetter is he's got to me when I go speak again but little. Sammy gives me a look as if said just leave it. Believe then the mountains to me if you WANNA watch you light ball. There's another TV in the conference room. So Sammy nods points the conference. Certainly pint thrown. I go in there so I'm starting from the Tel Aviv. With the remote man just shot you know. We have to try and get the right input. Yeah when the big strides in Tychy Chaz is often start fading that remote control the dryness boy massive broken and there's no one around south shell out start taking me me. Charles is off suddenly. Saami combs said he's a spear and shield and he's got the point of the spear right against the blocks neck he says there'll be no remotes. Hadn't awareness is on my shift. Now get buck in the fucking bar. Rice rice and sugar probably should have done. South African should know is some Isa for an as yet that we now remarks fed into China's or more shift. Get back in the fucking bar rushing sugar so. Russians who believes in some e watches them all away. I said Frank Sammy. Why did he want to feed the remorse into my us? Sammy says just for the Qudos. He wanted to kick you out the ask for Chinese channels fucking gangbangers. You gotTa Love Him. So I was in South Africa as you know last year was and lots of things happen to you some terrible things so he saw. I was in the hotel. R really some chocolate. Jeev get that. Oh yeah usually it's. It'd be a flag buttons and detested damages and remind and I need him. I shook a twelve Twelve Greasy to twelve with Greece covert in the ripple was cooking greasy area. So Oh yeah walks up. The didn't fucking down this chocolate cooking chocolate. You know tell shits off a walk. It's in a garage just normal. Shell got into sort of thing so I walked up the road see if they had any other. What through the forecast. There's a block like cleaning sweeping plane in the pumps in that. I said Omega you sell chocolate. An Says No. Might you need to go to. Rudy's Greg selection blow your fucking mind said. I was rude easy spoiled. I was British. So he said he'd show me. Rafael Fault was nice. Nice of them so we walk up the road debate He says he really likes the bounty right. In fact he says up preferred a bounty but the starbucks had genuine beauty. What are you GonNa get a zero miles? Pa might not have a crunchy. Get two routes as he says a says white hair rudy doesn't look the British. Give me two random. I'll get the balls and I only other ten runs yet about five pound right so I chose to give. He comes out of a little. Carry a bag full of chocolate bars. Ask me where I'm staying. I tell him he says I'll follow me on a short cut. And he goes down this alley full of like a GOP bills it was discovered like full of Dr Used condoms nappies that sir. So thank and suddenly stop Sunday on magic awful. His knee pulls out a really long hunting knife shop. Stay LONDON DIKO V. Cows and Ben. Dial so you now. Z. Touching a dog bath well with the knife in the fast. But I'm told Yeah. Yeah then he hands me a dairy milk right out of the rapid moving into your guts. Start taking a rapper. I know the voice. Get the Fuck Outta here you fucking Gang Bang on its route from Ruby store. He says I'm ready. You are a says. Fight you so much. He was making me put chocolate into me. I think he would have killed me. He said you betting he would obliging you with a condom. Full Bath fucking gangbangers. She would love him. That's one of the incident happened. It's the exposure your es thorough strange concert very bizarre lens villa hero after Mandela output no seemingly carrying.

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"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

Athletico Mince

04:49 min | 5 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Athletico Mince

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

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"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

"Big driver of South Africa's Bitcoin me particularly in township areas in informal settlements. That's the big thing even San Francisco where you go through the nanny hiring process and a big question in annual have live is. Can you pay me under the table right because yes They don't WanNa pay taxes so you then went after the so we knew that because of the numbers of unemployment they are women who would be available to and willing to work on the platform while we try and build a customer base initially We obviously didn't didn't want people to wait until we had enough customers into Ernie decent living so we subsidize the first type of ten twenty woman. Houdini full-time just be around. When we we do go out there and do hedge fund them She so we'd once our own helper came back from holiday. We we've had this experience trying to find someone to step in for you and We thought of the idea we sent out a google form to haul it rains instead of you expect something similar. Ah You'd be interested in the service like this and we also ask people what they paid their domestic workers Just to give us a range and there was so much variability variability in the rain so we will realize that people. They don't know what they should be paying on and and so when our nanny came back. You know we're building this idea. Would you tell a couple of people in the neighborhood. that you'll employers building this business and she went out and told a few people and we just had we would just inundated with people like dozens coming in doesn't.

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"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on Mixergy

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

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"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

03:16 min | 11 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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

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"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

11:07 min | 11 months ago

"south africa" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

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

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

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:11 min | 1 year ago

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

"I'm your host shannon. Gays heated talk about episode fifteen. The season is truly almost about only three weeks ago and to talk talk about it. I have great person that i always love to talk to you. Please welcome my john's but this is something that will only make sense if you've got two hours into my australians recap with rob says we know which i hope you will did because otherwise crazy person but please welcome mike bloom yeah john's but has a very different context in south africa as opposed to australia area yeah go around saint john's but all the time but that's now. I feel like a term that could really carry throughout the podcasting community. I hope it does. I'm sorry sorry that i that i thought she was on you. Even on the podcast they brought you into it and i'm sorry for people who might not listen to australia but you should watch australia survivor however it's fantastic but can you explain the idiom a bit for the uninformed right. There's a guy john. He always has his butt out. We see but a lot so robin. I kinda thought john's but was you know someone who you see or talk to you more than anyone else which means definitely mike bloom. Some mike is my john spot. Now we have brought that term truly truly global issues on african audience fool international audience. I think you guys do all use it in your daily life. Yes though i did get a question about whether corral having food d- arou- in food is the john's but and i think considering the fantastic editing moment of arouse mouthful of biltong. I think it's safe to say we found our john's but of the season. I feel like running circles around. Every other person is probably the john's but of the season for something a bit more lighthearted heart food is probably more than that categories yeah but i mean another episode of rob performing sort of master class. I think in this in the season i'm so impressed and just kind of in awe of what he's doing. I know that it's frustrating for a lot of people because we're watching really prolonging happened a long turn beginning. It's been a long merge and that solar wheel that we talked about in the pre much thinking this episode. I'm like god damn it really was a wheel it was rubs wheel and he was just driving riding my car for a month of absolute excellence now even over a month.

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"south africa" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"south africa" Discussed on Racing Post

"Mean we'll just get your rooms web avid situation. He will score rooms, and you'll pick sixty seventy eight teams per hour tournament on documentation could use stuffing. He's probably fifteen sixteen to once the big show, twelve to one now massively. I mean us yeah. Ms same kind of modesty Smith. And he's guaranteed. You just guaranteed squirms. Yeah. Yeah. Really, like Jason ROY in this market, the other one up mentioned his to live Newseum into who took the charts in two thousand fifteen being with things with Robert about Gupta. He's he's liable to school. You know fin. Don't get don't get this home guys, biggie. We'll buy big school. I think two hundred thirty seven and a quarter final the lost World Cup. He scored one hundred ninety nine in England. I mean he is not a CPA batsmen on a flop pitch. When, when he's when he's in so he's, he's an interesting one and, and so others from from some less elections. Bob Rozan, we've, we've been been mentioning and on shy as well as the West Indies both come into to this tool. Yeah. He's, he's played some outstanding day innings in the last year or so. And. Yeah. Again, he's, he's one of those who you know you look at all the big hits his around him, but he could be the man who tries to three innings giving the fall Mont. You don't necessarily have to win the tournament to be taught. You know that saying NT of gaining on games. Absolutely. So we'll be too concerned about your mother. If you don't think that shouldn't put your pocket. Yeah. Certainly h where big price because you can you still gonna got nine games as you size? Yeah. Very interesting market took wickets. I what? Well, I think receipt is obviously a massive player given he has taken the most wicked since the last world cook. And we said he will play most games for England. If I ever game and the wicked will sues. Well, yet I've got him. Big plays were ashamed. Thomas who said earlier, he saw sixty six believe he's been massive price, Madonna, how many places as for places. Pretty good. And it was looming eighty from South Africa. This question, a pro potentially also became in South Africa because this question, marks Ivy thousands not gonna play it gives him his set that he's going to play. They're going to ease him into the woman on this question. Most by revolves fitness, as well. Yes problems. Yeah. And I believe I read somewhere that engages taken since since he debuted in docket loss, February. He's second most of anyone, he's a real kind of goon boulder, who is destined for pretty big things. He's freeze is quite cross for free. Twenty one other member of the South African atop, which is Enron to who comes into the forties. Any any kind of club. Cricket is in the mid thirties, but don't give up. He's, he's awesome. I've told the Lonzo apply for will ex-pm thirties of a year ago. I hope so Neil cry. And then ten years time we could be could be tipping Matt's on. And Welsh, not sure about that. John, who like in the bowl trip bolt? We talked about him in the New Zealand preview. He's, he's fourteen to one. But yeah, we're sheet stands out for me. I think he's going to be they demand the way he cleans Taylor talks about that's going to be crucial three or four wickets in the bike, so quickly the bucket of the tail. So he's got a knack of taking because as well. Yeah. I think I've read somewhere like from the last will he take him four is on nine occasions. Yeah. His law in turnovers pretty pronouncing. He's gonna go for a lotta rooms don't get me wrong. But oh yeah. Relevant you. But you got obviously wise is down for and test rookies. He goes es and talking Bola. But. Thing. That's another string of Mogens captain. He's, he's obviously stocks. I want you to attack. I war if you get.

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

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:36 min | 2 years ago

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

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

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

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:56 min | 2 years ago

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

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

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

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:49 min | 2 years ago

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

"Hello, everyone and welcome to our Tapis coverage of survivors. I've Africa Philippines. I'm your host Shannon gates. He to talk about episode thirteen of the season, and I've assembled an all-star panel to do so first off, my amazing co host as always Mike bloom, Mike, how you doing. Tastic though I am looking upon the our guest this week with more fondness than the entire arou- tribe. Look at that giant Ola peanut butter that got the dig their hands into sixty seconds. Yeah, I don't think that that's possible. I mean, somebody who loves keen about Al guest is good, but peanut butter is incredible as the guest very well. No. But nobody gonna make it. Or I don't obey the lead. Let's reduce our mazing guest. Who is not the podcast. Dr he built the podcast, please welcome obsessed in e-e-e-e-no. Yes. Oh my God, survivor South Africa. Yes, Rollie pumped up about his international season. Well, I've been so pumped up. We've been talking about it all season long on the survivor, South Africa, wiggle room, and very, very excited to reveal the results from this week's survivor. South Africa wand off her fake her fact. Really, I wanna get a quick shout out to number three this week. It was Jenny and Colin with stairway to Tevin. Very time used jerk. Yes. At number two. This week. It was j Lebel Klein where Kotoka Shane. I thought that there are enough Wayne Newton fans out there lying doorman than I thought. We give it to DJ Lebel Klein this week, but you know, he did really well with his Tom Tom Jones song in the series of four weeks prior. So I think that maybe going way noon around might have been a little too derivative about to be number one. My own my own. Congratulations to will from South Africa and Shannon gates for their number one song Lucy in the sky with. I feel like I love this alternate reality. That's something I really could have done. Why have been doing this long, but I'm also gonna call shared on the fact that Shannon happens. It'd be unfurled place on a podcast that she hosts, I one account to get at least put some extra votes and there to stuff the ballots. Absolutely. So I'm sorry to come in and be so stupid right off the bat. I'm sorry, there was a serious show. Yes, yes. I'm sorry. Here show now that PK is out because he was bringing the chaos RIP k. calling it. That's the hashtag. I'm very upset to Laura one of my faves. So I'm devastated about that. But before we talk about the episode robot, definitely gonna get oil thoughts on the season that you've been washing throughout who I've been reading PK, but who have you been rooting for down the stretch? Well, I really enjoyed survivor South Africa. It's been a lot of fun for me. I didn't really know what to expect and you guys among some of the others out there in survivor Twitter, we're talking about the early hype and so I did keep an eye on it all the way through. I never felt too far behind on what was going on. But I say that I've been a pretty big. Verner stand from the get-go. I enjoyed a heaven along the way, but I was gutted when. Alexa when out two weeks ago. So, but it's been fun castle, like all these people. Yeah. Then I, you're putting on the applications of certain Australian survivor contested. When you said Palesa there, rob, I don't know if he realized that. Yes. How do you pronounce it? I have you saying you put a little bit of like grit into it, which makes sense like she gets to get down and dirty, and that's all we love about Palesa. I loved your your delivery of it. Not to give too much of a line reading. I don't know what she was thinking when she didn't play the idol. Steal survivor South Africa. This season has been. The beginning. Yeah. In really has been actually not the merge. The most has been like, well, I mean some parts of it like that crazy idle train and playing idol. But the last couple of weeks have been like pretty pretty straight down just like going, but I was going to say about Vanna. You said you've been rooting for, he's I know a big arch fan and has been for several years, and it's amazing because he told me that he's been like studying the podcast since about two thousand thirteen, two thousand fourteen.

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"south africa" Discussed on FT News

FT News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"south africa" Discussed on FT News

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

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"south africa" Discussed on The Economist Radio

The Economist Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"south africa" Discussed on The Economist Radio

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

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