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Stories are a big part of the African culture and growing up in the city of Port-Harcourt, these stories shaped my childhood. Times are different now and these bedtime stories which were passed down through generations are not as popular with children as they once were. This podcast aims to bring these stories to the new generation of African children and introduce everyone else to these wonderful stories from the motherland. The lessons and values learnt from these will never be forgotten. ...
 
African Folktales with Miss Jo Jo is a Webby Award-winning children's podcast of diverse short stories originating in Africa, originally passed down through generations by word of mouth. These traditional tales told with a new twist, are not only entertaining but serve to teach a lesson as well. Sometimes of a moral value and other times of survival. Tune in and share with a friend.
 
Arum Galadima is the Founder and Host of the Knowledge Bandits podcast, a weekly podcast where he interviews African entrepreneurs on the Continent and in diaspora. Knowledge Bandits is inspiring African entrepreneurs all over the world to take their next leap.
 
According to the World Bank, Africa is the only region in the world where more women than men choose to become entrepreneurs. African Business Stories is a weekly podcast created to give voice to the experiences of these audacious African women. It is your insight into female innovators and entrepreneurs building and running businesses in Africa.The power of seeing successful people that look like you can never be overemphasized and so we are taking hold of our narrative and telling our own ...
 
African History stories are seldom told; in cases where they do get told, it is seldom by Africans themselves. The African Camp Fire Stories’ Podcast is created and narrated by natives of the continent. It is very important for us to note that we are not professional Historians. And we appreciate very much the work that Historians have done in covering the stories that we make use on this podcast. The objective of the podcast is to bring to the fore African history in an engaging, interestin ...
 
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Stories that Shape Us

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Stories that Shape Us

Scripture Union South Africa

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Scripture Union South Africa has a long legacy--nearly 100 years--of children's work throughout the country that has not only enabled young people to 'know and walk with God' but has pushed boundaries for community transformation. Join Tim Black as he interviews the SU family, discussing the stories that have shaped Scripture Union culture and our South African society. And more stories are being written.....
 
Hosted by four Nigerian women, Not Your African Cliché is a podcast that highlights the complex stories of Africans on the continent and in the diaspora. Drawing from their experiences at home and abroad, the ladies of NYAC have conversations every other week that range from African literature and travel, to politics and activism. With healthy servings of laughter, snark and critical analysis, NYAC Podcast challenges myths and assumptions about the African continent and its people.
 
Are you interested in understanding how Africa’s climate is changing, what the impacts will be on the continent, and how Africa can better adapt and prepare for climate change? In this podcast series, we will delve into these details through sharing ground-breaking research from the Future Climate for Africa programme. So listen in as we talk about the science, impacts and adaptation options through Africa’s climate change stories... For more information visit: https://futureclimateafrica.or ...
 
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Go Stories

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Go Stories

Media24 Leefstyl

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Go! Stories - The best columns, travel stories, remember stories and wild stories from South Africa. Go! is a South African travel magazine and this is our official podcast. Every second week we will do a reading of one of our favorite stories out of the magazine's archives. We will also chat with the writers, and watch this space for bonus episodes.
 
Stories of Mountain Folk explore the nature and significance of oral history and storytelling to advance the understanding of the cultures of Western North Carolina. Featuring interviews, memories, discussions and stories from Caucasian, African-American, and Cherokee people living in the Great Smoky Mountains, the Interviewers actually go into the homes of the people to assure them a “safe” place to tell their stories. With a goal to save the heritage of the area and preserve its “sense of ...
 
There is a story in all of us. Kenyan Stories is the home of some of our exciting stories from all over Kenya and the world. For the past twenty years, I have extensively covered people of all walks. Here, you will hear from people you know, you should know and people you will know like never before. I went back to my archives and dug up from the lost files, interviews I did of the dubbing arts, music, film, business, and all-around the scene in Nairobi, Kenya. I am an Executive Strategist & ...
 
I created this podcast to share the POWERFUL stories of amazing Africans who are doing wonderful things around the globe. I also share the interesting experiences I’ve gained along the way since I moved from Nigeria to America- the good, bad, and embarrassing. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/africanprincessinamerica/support
 
TellinSeasonThePodcast created by #CoolChrisSmith along with #Thats_Chubbs & #IGot2BeSteph sharing two decades of friendship. Based in PG County of the DMV area, TellinSeasonThePodcast shares stories of local positivity plus discussions on an array of topics from politics, sports, entertainment, culture, and world news. Live and charismatic energy that offer real laughs and relatable stories.Available on platforms Now! Also find more info and content on the @Tellinseasonthepodcast Instagram ...
 
An experiential storytelling podcast, featuring immersive soundscapes and truly original short stories written, narrated, and produced by Scottish poet Cal Bannerman. Learn about the history of storytelling in mid-month miniseries The Wandering Bard, or escape your daily stresses with one of Cal's queer-focused fantasy, historical, supernatural and science fiction stand-alone stories. Episodes range from 15-90 minutes long, and are aimed at an adult audience. Original artwork by Anna Ferrara.
 
You're in the woods with your best friends, the campfire is roaring, and you’re telling scary stories. If that’s your thing, then this podcast is for you. We tell first and second hand stories in a non-dramatized setting. 3AM is the telling of supernatural occurrences and exploration of the unknown hosted by Charles Hatch, DeeJay Pasikala, & Sean Gassaway. Want an extra story every week? Click here! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hi, my name is Brian. I only know four shaggy dog stories, but I'm happy to tell them to you over and over again. This podcast was inspired by Sleep With Me and The Worst Idea of All Time. Every week, I'm going to tell one of the shaggy dog stories I know, and tell it for about an hour. It should be a relaxing listen that you can fall asleep to, and the stories will never be exactly the same. Icon Artwork is "Old English Sheepdog" by Mark Scholl.
 
Stories from 96 is focused on the life of Tolu Obalade who recently graduated with a Master's in Public Policy from the University of Maryland. Tolu is an immigrant who has lived in the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Nicaragua and is currently residing in the United States. Each episode focuses on a different experience ranging from growing up in an African home to dealing with racism in higher education in the U.S. https://www.instagram.com/storiesfrom96/
 
I'm Aisha O'Reilly and my mission is to create a safe space for moms to share their truths. We haven't been shown the full picture of motherhood, so this podcast is a collection of conversations with mothers sharing some of the untold stories of being a mom. Whether you're a first-time mom trying to figure out your new baby, a mommy to a toddler full of tantrums, trying to conceive or a seasoned mom who parents her own way, know that you're not alone. You're not the only mama who doesn't fit ...
 
DC Tech stories is a podcast chronicling the lives, passions, and narratives of technical workers in the DC Metro Area. A project started by Jessica Bell and Mitchell Shelton in January 2017, the podcast aims to humanize the people who work in technical positions. Guests range from civic techies, to startup developers, bootcamp grads, to executives.
 
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A huge study from South Africa has been released as a yet-to-be-peer-reviewed pre-print over the last few days. The researchers looked at what's called immune escape from the point of view of reinfection rates in people who've been infected with the COVID-19 virus in the past year or so.
 
Diplomats from African countries banned from entering Australia are urging the government to take greater action to ensure vaccine equity in the wake of the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant. The High Commissioner for South Africa says Australia needs to help vaccinate countries, instead of isolating them out.…
 
In this episode we chat to Christine Meintjes, known for her incredible entrepreneurial foresight and launching multiple successful South African businesses. Christine has years of experience in photography, online media and digital content creation, and is the first female to be appointed as a Nikon Premium Ambassador for Southern Africa.I was joi…
 
Today's story takes us back to Zambia and is from the Baila people. This story is about the first murder and also tells about the curse placed on humans to continue killing each other. I hope you enjoy this piece of our history. Sit back and Relax, let me take you back to Africa. Want to support the podcast? You can buy me a coffee at https://www.b…
 
Beraccah Kisia Beraccah Kisia is a Kenyan - Born folk singer/songwriter. Her journey began with accompanying her mother's made-up chore-songs as a waddling toddler and eventually lead to her composing her first song by the age of nine. Beraccah went on to study music at George Fox University; a stage upon whose transcendence she ventured in to Musi…
 
You may have heard of mermaids, but have you heard of Mami Wata? In this story you get to find out just why she strikes fear in many hearts. If you have had any encounters or experiences with these stories, or if there are any other scary African stories you would like to hear, please send an email to africanhorrorpodcast@gmail.com Want to support …
 
A court in Myanmar has sentenced the country's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, to two years on charges of inciting public unrest and breaching COVID-19 protocols. Aung San Suu Kyi, who was detained in a military coup in February, is facing a total of 11 charges and life imprisonment.
 
What should we do about those annoying cramps—there's no surefire treatment; and polyps: are they a precursor or a symptom of something worse—get checked anyway; and LDL, how important is it? It's good to know what it is—but get it checked by a medical professional, and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
 
Opera Queensland is part of a unique project in Brisbane that has seen arts organisations work with women's services in the fight against gendered based violence.Singers performed "Songs of Love and War" by one of opera's earliest composers, Claudio Monteverdi last night in an inner city restaurant as part of the United Nation's 16 Days of Activism…
 
New COVID rules have been introduced with interstate travellers from NSW, the ACT and Victoria required to get tested ahead of departure and upon arrival.A hard border remains on the table as the state's directions committee - which rules on border decisions - continues to monitor the situation.
 
A new survey has found 59 percent of frontline workers experienced some form of abuse during the pandemic with female workers and those from non-English speaking backgrounds the worst affected.And with shops enforcing vaccination rules the retail sector worries workers will bear the brunt of customers' frustration.…
 
Vaccinations for kids as young as five years old could start as early as the 10th of January, after the Therapeutic Goods Administration gave provisional approval for the use of the Pfizer vaccine.The vaccine rollout will begin once the federal government's vaccine advisory body - ATAGI - also signs off on the use of Pfizer for under 12s.…
 
Labor has moved on to an election footing with the launch of its climate and Tafe policies and the unveiling of its campaign slogan - "A Better Future"Deputy Leader Richard Marles, who has accused the Prime Minister of "even lying about lying", says there's a massive chasm between Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese when it comes to character and i…
 
The board of the Reserve Bank holds its final meeting for the year tomorrow as it continues to manage the economic fallout from the pandemic. While there are early signs that a recovery might be underway after damaging lockdowns, there's still a lot of uncertainty especially with the emergence of the Omicron variant.…
 
For the past two decades, China has dominated the Asia-Pacific region, but its grip on power may be coming to an end. That's according to the Lowy Institute's Power Index, which has been charting the power and influence of 26 nations in the region over the past year using indicators such as defence networks, economic might and even vaccine diplomac…
 
The head of Indonesia's geological survey says a thunderstorm and days of heavy rain eroded the lava dome on top of the volcano, triggering the eruption.Rescuers were sifting through smouldering debris and thick mud in search of survivors, with hundreds of families left homeless after the eruption.
 
Beraccah Kisia Beraccah Kisia is a Kenyan - Born folk singer/songwriter. She shares about her tattoos. Listen to her full story. Her journey began with accompanying her mother's made-up chore-songs as a waddling toddler and eventually lead to her composing her first song by the age of nine. Beraccah went on to study music at George Fox University; …
 
3AMers! yes, we are alive! Some of us barely.. Thank you for the love, support and patience during the month on November. It's been a rough go from serious health concerns to the loss of friends. We just wanted to update you all real quick on our health and express our gratitude. We will be resuming our regular upload schedule next week with a fun …
 
It's been a messy end to the Parliamentary year for the Government, with Christian Porter and Greg Hunt both announcing they'll quit Parliament at the next election.The host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
 
Parliament has now risen for the year, but the much-awaited federal anti-corruption body still hasn't been legislated. Independent MP Helen Haines, who has been pushing for an independent corruption watchdog, says the Morrison Government 'doesn't wish to get on and do this'.
 
The last sitting day for 2021 was chaotic, with Ministers stepping down and the Jenkins Report renewing concerns about the treatment of women in Parliament.But Federal Liberal MP Dr Katie Allen says she feels 'completely supported' by her male Coalition colleagues in the wake of the 'MeToo moment' in politics earlier this year.…
 
If you've spent any time on social media, you've likely encountered a 'troll' spreading hateful messages, misinformation, inappropriate images or other offensive content online.The Morrison Government is looking to curb online defamation by forcing social media companies to reveal a troll's identity or risk paying the cost of the defamatory comment…
 
Australia's drug regulator, the Therapeutic Goods Administration, is set to soon announce if psilocybin and MDMA - better known as magic mushrooms and ecstasy - should be removed from the prohibited drugs list. If they do, the drugs could be used to treat a range of mental illness.
 
Earlier this year, three Victorian men were sentenced to a decade in prison after they attempted to purchase a gun from an undercover police officer in preparation for a possible terrorist act.The family of one of those men have raised questions about whether it's appropriate for an undercover police officer to induce men to commit a terrorist offe…
 
Today our magic jeep arrives in a place where a bat is going on a journey to visit his father-in-law, but he needs help to carry all of his things. The mother sheep agrees to let her young lamb journey with the bat, but the bat isn’t too kind to his young companion. The mother lamb seeks the advice of the tortoise, and the tortoise decides to teach…
 
Fran has spent years stomping up and down the press gallery in Canberra before moving overseas and then to Sydney to host RN Breakfast. While she was there, she spent time in the choral group known as the 'House Howlers', the Parliamentary press gallery choir, and the band's gotten back together for a tribute to Fran Kelly.…
 
Brittany Higgin's and Grace Tame's testimony and advocacy rocked the political establishment and became a battle cry for women fed up with workplace harassment and assault earlier this year. In Fran Kelly's final program with RN Breakfast, both women discuss their year and the reforms needed to bring about profound cultural change.…
 
Australia's economic recovery will hinge on households and businesses spending some of the $370 billion in savings they've socked away during the COVID pandemic. It's the largest quarterly contraction in 50 years, but still lower than Treasury and market expectations, the National Accounts reveal the economy shrank by 1.9% in the September quarter …
 
The most recent GDP figures showed a contraction in the economy of 1.9 per cent in the September quarter, which is better than most economists were predicting.But Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers says it was one of the worst economic downturns in the history of Australia's national accounts.
 
The threat of major flooding across central and Southeast Queensland continues, with rivers rising after heavy rainfall on Tuesday and Wednesday forced evacuations in several towns.At least one person is confirmed to have died, after the body of a man was found in a submerged car in the town of Yalangur, near Toowoomba.…
 
The United Nations children's agency is calling on wealthy nations to do more to address vaccine inequity, amid growing concern about the impact of the new COVID-19 strain. UNICEF says international cooperation to deliver doses to developing countries - particularly those with health systems that are struggling to cope - must be made a priority.…
 
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