The World Tonight

5 EPISODES | BBC |  Podcast, ±38 min episode every day
When it comes to daily news, The World Tonight takes international events seriously and covers them in depth. Using the BBC's international network of correspondents we report on what is going on, put it in context and provide a forum for debate on the big issues facing us all. The presenter team is led by Ritula Shah. It is broadcast Monday to Friday at 10pm on BBC Radio 4 and lasts for 45 minutes.

Focus on the Family Daily

1256 EPISODES | FOCUS ON THE FAMILY AFRICA |  Podcast, ±26 min episode every day
Focus on the Family is a half-hour daily dose of encouragement and advice for the family with keys to stronger marriages, effective parenting, deeper relationships and a more satisfying lifestyle. Focus on the Family has become one of today's most recognized Christian radio programmes.

Crypto Banter

344 EPISODES | CRYPTO BANTER |  Podcast, ±45 min episode every day
Crypto Banter is a Podcast that brings you the hottest crypto news, market updates and fundamentals of the world of digital assets – “straight out of the bull’s mouth”!! Join the fastest growing crypto community to get notified on the most profitable trades and latest market news!

Local Matters

990 EPISODES | NEWS TALK 94.1 |  Podcast, ±28 min episode every day
Education, Sports, Faith & Everything In Between

Originating from News Talk 94.1 the show deals with community issues and interests that affect listeners closer to home. With topics from major events across the nation and how they impact our area to interesting people and figures from across the Upper Cumberland. Local Matters is where local, matters.

Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday.

University of Johannesburg 3D House Printing Project Launch

5 EPISODES | UJFM 95.4 |  Series, ±9 min episode total time 46 min
The Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) has embarked on a programme for the piloting and demonstration of 3D printing additive technologies for sustainable human settlements in South Africa. The DSI has identified 3D printing as a transformative technology that has the potential to revolutionise housing delivery in the country.

The use of three-dimensional (3D) printing additive technology is believed to provide a cost-saving and fast method of construction. Hence, the Department of Science and Innovation of the Republic of South Africa through the University of Johannesburg has embarked on a pilot project to purchase the 3D printer for sustainable human settlements development.
ENGLISH Read by Prof Letlhokwa Mpedi, Prof Daniel Mashao, Prof Tshilidzi Marwala, South Africa Education · Self-Improvement3D Concrete Printing

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