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Welcome to POLOTIKI, a weekly politics podcast from News24.Hosted by News24 politics editor Mahlatse Gallens, listen to the biggest news makers and shakers discuss the political week that was.

Episódios

  • PODCAST |...ONE MORE THING: Western Cape ahead of curve, some areas are ready for Level 2 says Winde

    PODCAST |...ONE MORE THING: Western Cape ahead of curve, some areas are ready for Level 2 says Winde

    15/05/2020 Duração: 25min

    In this episode of ...One More Thing, a weekly podcast hosted by News24 political journalist Tshidi Madia, she chats to Premier Alan Winde.

  • PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: The Zumas stage virtual comeback, another Twitter meltdown for Mboweni

    PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: The Zumas stage virtual comeback, another Twitter meltdown for Mboweni

    08/05/2020 Duração: 20min

    In an unexpected turn of events, the Zuma family dominated many of the news headlines this week.

  • PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Level 4 lockdown - who is taking care of African migrants?

    PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Level 4 lockdown - who is taking care of African migrants?

    02/05/2020 Duração: 14min

    There was a lot of hustle and bustle in many of South Africa's major cities on the first day of the Level 4 lockdown on Friday. Many South Africans were up early to take advantage of the fact that they were able to step out of their homes and exercise, thanks to a slight easing of lockdown restrictions.

  • PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Are journalists telling the right Covid-19 stories?

    PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Are journalists telling the right Covid-19 stories?

    26/04/2020 Duração: 27min

    President Cyril Ramaphosa finally put South Africans out of their misery on Thursday by shedding more light on the future of the Covid-19 lockdown. Ramaphosa announced that the country would move to a "level 4" risk on 1 May, with some lockdown regulations being relaxed to allow limited economic activity. The relaxed regulations means a curfew will kick in from 20:00 to 05:00.

  • PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Countrys poor on brink of starvation

    PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Country's poor on brink of starvation

    21/04/2020 Duração: 07min

    Volunteers in South Africa are working around the clock to provide food for millions of poor South Africans. Government is set to announce relief measures, but many communities are already in crisis with food riots expected to increase in the coming weeks.

  • PODCAST | THE STORY: Mitchells Plain residents clash with police over food parcels

    PODCAST | THE STORY: Mitchells Plain residents clash with police over food parcels

    18/04/2020 Duração: 13min

    It's the twenty-third day of South Africa's nationwide lockdown and across the country frustrations are rising and slowly reaching a tipping point. On Tuesday, police had to fire rubber bullets to disperse angry crowds in Mitchells Plain just outside Cape Town.

  • PODCAST | …ONE MORE THING: How smart is the DA’s smart plan for after the lockdown?

    PODCAST | …ONE MORE THING: How smart is the DA’s smart plan for after the lockdown?

    17/04/2020 Duração: 23min

    DA interim leader John Steenhuisen has announced on Monday a "smart phase strategy" for the lockdown, involving four stages, in the hope of circumventing an "economic collapse". The strategy works similarly to a load shedding schedule, Steenhuisen said, adding that it allowed different lockdown strengths relative to data on hand, such as the number of new Covid-19 infections and resources at hospitals. In this episode of ...One More Thing, a weekly podcast hosted by News24 senior political journalist Tshidi Madia, sit down with Steenhuisen to unpack his party's lockdown.

  • PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: South Africans stranded abroad both locked down and locked out

    PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: South Africans stranded abroad both locked down and locked out

    14/04/2020 Duração: 09min

    Thousands of South Africans are trapped abroad, unable to return home due to the strict lockdown regulations in place to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus. They are running out of funds and options as each day passes. Many feel abandoned by the South African government and are desperate for help. In this, the third episode of the Covid-19 Chronicles we speak to several citizens currently stranded abroad, who share their stories of frustration.

  • PODCAST | THE STORY: Lockdown lunch - has Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams lost her groove?

    PODCAST | THE STORY: Lockdown lunch - has Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams lost her groove?

    11/04/2020 Duração: 13min

    March was arguably the busiest month for President Cyril Ramaphosa as head of state. Every other day, Ramaphosa is putting out fires - some created unnecessarily by members of his own Cabinet. One such fire was created by Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams. She was seen in a photograph having lunch with ANC MP and former deputy minister of higher education Mduduzi Manana, despite the government's lockdown regulations ordering people to stay at home.

  • PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Understanding GBV in a time of Covid-19 as lockdown is extended

    PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Understanding GBV in a time of Covid-19 as lockdown is extended

    10/04/2020 Duração: 21min

    After days of speculation, President Cyril Ramaphosa revealed on Thursday that the 21-day nationwide lockdown would be extended by an additional two weeks. The first phase of the lockdown hasn’t been without its challenges. Although there’s been a drop in violent crime - thanks in part to heavy army and police presence in the streets, gender-based violence cases are still high. Police Minister Bheki Cele on Sunday confirmed that the number of complaints remained high and therefore concerning.

  • PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Victims of GBV could face a terrifying reality during SA lockdown

    PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Victims of GBV could face a terrifying reality during SA lockdown

    10/04/2020 Duração: 08min

    Covid-19 is spreading its tentacles around the world. A deadly virus with a potentially deadly fallout in the form of domestic violence. Abuse levels have skyrocketed globally, and in South Africa, 2 300 calls were registered to domestic abuse hotlines in the first four days of lockdown. In this, the second episode of the Covid-19 Chronicles, we take a look at what is happening locally, behind the locked doors of families with a history of abuse, and the explosions of violence that may be happening.

  • PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Clock ticking for healthcare workers before Covid-19 tsunami hits SA

    PODCAST | Covid-19 Chronicles: Clock ticking for healthcare workers before Covid-19 tsunami hits SA

    07/04/2020 Duração: 09min

    South Africa is gearing up for the fight against Covid-19. Healthcare workers face a race against time as they prepare for the inevitable onslaught. The country has recorded less than 2000 cases so far, but doctors believe the healthcare system will soon be swamped. In this episode of the Covid-19 Chronicles, we speak to doctors about the preparations happening behind the scenes. Anaesthetist Dr Niall Evans says doctors are scrambling to get the correct protective equipment. He started a fundraising campaign to raise money for the cause.

  • PODCAST | THE STORY: Locked and loaded - police shoot at News24 journalist during lockdown

    PODCAST | THE STORY: Locked and loaded - police shoot at News24 journalist during lockdown

    04/04/2020 Duração: 10min

    It’s been nine days since South Africa was placed under a nationwide lockdown and there’s been countless complaints and cases filed against the police as a result of their alleged use of excessive force. Footage of soldiers and police officers beating people or forcing them to perform strenuous exercises has been widely circulated on social media.

  • PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Inside the Gauteng health departments Covid-19 war room

    PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Inside the Gauteng health department's Covid-19 war room

    03/04/2020 Duração: 23min

    Gauteng is now the epicentre of the Covid-19 outbreak in South Africa with more than 600 recorded cases. Earlier this week, the Gauteng Department of Health embarked on mass screening and testing for residents of Stjwetla in Alexandra after nine people were placed under quarantine. The screening drew plenty of criticism as people decried the department for screening people in the public. In this episode of ...One More Thing, a weekly podcast, hosted by News24 senior political journalist Tshidi Madia, she sits down with Gauteng Health MEC Bandile Masuku.

  • PODCAST | THE STORY: Covid-19 claims its first victim in South Africa - heres what we know

    PODCAST | THE STORY: Covid-19 claims its first victim in South Africa - here's what we know

    28/03/2020 Duração: 14min

    South Africa now has its first death resulting from the novel coronavirus. On Friday, March 27th, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said in a statement that the fatality occurred in the Western Cape. The victim is a 48-year-old woman who tested positive for Covid-19, earlier this week. She already had a pre-existing condition - she was suffering from a pulmonary embolism.

  • PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: SA under lockdown - how do we cope?

    PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: SA under lockdown - how do we cope?

    27/03/2020 Duração: 21min

    South Africa is under lockdown and many people are looking for ways to cope. Earlier this week, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the nationwide 21-day lockdown to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. In this episode of ...One More Thing, a weekly podcast, hosted by News24 senior political journalist Tshidi Madia, we talk to guests who will help us to navigate better through our current reality.

  • PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Can we trust Cyrils cabinet to lead us through the corona crisis?

    PODCAST | ...ONE MORE THING: Can we trust Cyril's cabinet to lead us through the corona crisis?

    20/03/2020 Duração: 28min

    Coronavirus has been dominating headlines locally, since patient zero was announced in KwaZulu-Natal some two weeks ago. South Africans went from cracking jokes on social media to tension and fear, with many now stockpiling on hand sanitiser and face masks in a bid to keep themselves safe. In the first episode of ...One More Thing, a weekly podcast, News24 senior political journalist Tshidi Madia unpacks all things coronavirus with guest analyst Khaya Sithole.

  • PODCAST | THE STORY: Coronavirus in SA — keep calm and stop buying toilet paper

    PODCAST | THE STORY: Coronavirus in SA — keep calm and stop buying toilet paper

    20/03/2020 Duração: 14min

    Shopping centres across South Africa were in a frenzy this week, as people rushed to stock up their pantries. Shelves at major retailers like Woolworths, Pick ’n Pay and Checkers were left empty. In this episode of The Story, we speak to Business Insider South Africa's Associate Editor Phillip De Wet. He dials into the show to discuss consumer habits, ethical panic buying ,and whether stockpiling toilet paper and bread is really the best way to handle the outbreak.

  • PODCAST | South Africans abroad: Italy still under strict lockdown and panic buying hits UK

    PODCAST | South Africans abroad: Italy still under strict lockdown and panic buying hits UK

    18/03/2020 Duração: 06min

    In the second episode of the Quarantine Diaries, News24 spoke to Titi Nxumalo, South African Consulate General Milan, to find out if there are any indications when restrictions in Italy will be lifted. The country imposed a nationwide lockdown. After China, it's the hardest-hit country, with more than 2 500 deaths from over 31 000 cases of Covid-19. Meanwhile, Marc Davis, a South African living and working in the UK, told News24 that panic buying has set in with long queues and anxious buyers clearing shelves quickly.

  • PODCAST | THE STORY: Is it game over for the the Public Protector?

    PODCAST | THE STORY: Is it game over for the the Public Protector?

    13/03/2020 Duração: 12min

    Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is no stranger to news headlines and this week she was in the news again. On Tuesday, the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria set aside Mkhwebane's report into President Cyril Ramaphosa and his ANC presidential (CR17) campaign in a scathing judgment which a full Bench handed down.

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