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News24 | ...ONE MORE THING with Tshidi Madia

12 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast, ±24 min episode every 6 days
A weekly podcast hosted by News24 senior political journalist Tshidi Madia. Every week, Madia discusses the week’s biggest and trending topics.
In this season of...ONE MORE THING, Madia discussed the government’s Covid-19 action plans, the surge in reported GBV cases during lockdown and how the media has covered the pandemic. Our guests included Jessie Duarte, Khaya Sithole, Adriaan Basson, Dr Adri Kok and Bandile Masuku.

News24 | Covid-19 Chronicles

10 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast, ±8 min episode every 6 days
News24 launched this weekly podcast in April, not long after the country first went into lockdown in response to the spread of the coronavirus. In this 10-part series, host Catherine Rice unpacks some of the country’s hot button issues surrounding Covid-19 - the health sector’s preparedness for the virus; the testing backlog, food riots and hairdressers and beauticians’ fight to get back to work.

News24 | Justice Denied

4 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast, ±29 min episode every 2 days
Think back on the past 10 years and the many things you've done. Now imagine losing more than a decade.That's what happened to Njabulo, Boswell, Bridgette and Thembekile. In this special report from News24 and the Wits Justice Project, we tell the stories of people who were wrongfully convicted. This four-part podcast series explores the human cost when justice is denied.

News24 | MISSING MATTHEW

3 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast, ±15 min episode every 1 week, 3 days
In this new podcast series by News24 we delve into the disappearance of 9-year-old Matthew Ohlsson who vanished without a trace 23 years ago. It's a cold case that has baffled police officers and private investigators.

News24 | Politics Unmuted

8 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast, ±29 min episode every 6 days
Politics Unmuted, is a brand new podcast by News24, hosted by Political Editor Qaanitah Hunter. Every week she and political journalist Lizeka Tandwa, and News24's Assistant Editor for in-depth news Pieter du Toit, will discuss the week's biggest political stories.

News24 | The Quarantine Diaries

2 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast, ±6 min episode every 2 days
In this two-part special report, published in March 2020, News24 spoke to South Africans living in Italy, one of the hardest-hit countries for the coronavirus, outside of China. They described an environment of fear and deserted streets.

News24 | The Story

96 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast, ±16 min episode every 1 week, 4 days
This weekly news podcast by News24, takes listeners on a journey into the newsroom and to the heart of the week’s biggest story. Every week, journalists from our newsroom are interviewed, about a story that dominated headlines. During these intimate and candid conversations, the listener is given tasty titbits about the week’s biggest story. We also speak to the newsmakers as well as experts on the matter.

News24 | Voices of Lockdown

1 EPISODES | MEDIA24 |  Podcast
The coronavirus outbreak disrupted ‘everyday life’ in several countries around the globe. Governments were forced to shut down operations in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus. For many South Africans, this was the first time their freedoms had been restricted. News24 spoke to oridinary citizens across the country, to find out how they were living through the pandemic.

Podcasts from the Edge

68 EPISODES | TIMESLIVE PODCASTS |  Podcast, ±34 min episode every 1 week, 3 days
Peter Bruce, veteran South African newspaper editor and commentator, interviews the country's social and political leaders and experts in a weekly effort to explain what is actually going on in this complicated country. Bruce's interviews are about making events easy to understand for people with little time to listen.

Promoting Civil Liberties In East Africa - DW News Report

The COVID-19 pandemic has not just affected the health and economies of
countries - it has proven to be a significant threat to civil liberties and democracy as a whole. Particularly in Africa, the crisis has presented an opportunity for authoritarians to strengthen their grip on power and further erode core civil freedoms. This has been especially acute in East Africa where recent general elections in Tanzania and Uganda have seen an intensification of power abuse and restrictions on freedom of assembly, speech and media.
Accordingly, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) has sought to get to the forefront of protecting and promoting civil liberties in East Africa. We recently commissioned in-depth interviews (IDIs) and a quantitative survey to inform a strategic playbook to assist it and partners to drive a liberal restart in
2021. On 25 February 2021, FNF hosted an event in Nairobi to report on the findings of this one-of-a-kind survey and launch the
playbook. The event was attended by a number of key individuals from the political, government, diplomatic, media and NGO sectors.

Key speakers were:
Inge Herbert, Regional Director Sub-Saharan Africa – Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.

Jonathan Moakes, GQR – Lead Researcher, presenting survey findings and playbook recommendations.

Nicholas Opiyo, Ugandan Human Rights Lawyer.

Dr Willy Munyoki Mutunga, Former Chief Justice - Kenya.

Judie Kaberia, Human Rights Activist, Moderator, Journalist was the event moderator.

This is DW News report of the event.

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