Education

#BlueHeartSeries

6 EPISODES | RAIZOR'S EDGE |  Podcast, ±27 min episode every 3 weeks, 4 days
According to academic research, there is no single psychological typology or set of characteristics that guarantee an entrepreneur’s success - however, as Allon has worked with entrepreneurs and business leaders across the globe, he has witnessed how the following six characteristics have assisted in their achieving business success.

#EntrepreneursAsk

4 EPISODES | RAIZOR'S EDGE |  Podcast, ±20 min episode every 11 weeks, 6 days
#EntrepreneursAsk is an opportunity to ask your most burning, difficult questions to Allon and other experts here at Raizcorp. The answers you can expect - straight talk and experience backed insights.

#HenleyInsights

24 EPISODES | HENLEY INTELLIGENCE |  Podcast, ±33 min episode every 3 weeks, 2 days
During this Henley Intelligence feature, we get answers to your most burning and important questions from the best and brightest in their fields - specialists and experts who have put their 10 000+ hours in and can help us get things right the first time.

#HoeNou?!

52 EPISODES | MAROELA MEDIA |  Podcast, ±12 min episode every 6 days
#HoeNou?! is 'n insiggewende oudioreeks wat allerlei alledaagse name, gebruike, kosse en dinge op 'n pittige manier ondersoek en verduidelik waar dit vandaan kom. Die reeks word ontwikkel en aangebied deur Su-an Müller-Marais (bekende radio- en TV-aanbieder) en Gerhard van Huyssteen (professor in taaltegnologie en Afrikaanse taalkunde aan die Noordwes-Universiteit). Die reeks word moontlik gemaak deur die finansiële ondersteuning van Afrikaans.com en word tegnies versorg en versprei deur Maroela Media. Weeklikse episodes word op verskeie streekradiostasies uitgesaai en is beskikbaar op Afrikaans.com, Maroela Media en HoeNou.co.za.

#NWUStudentWellbeing

12 EPISODES | PUKFM 93.6 |  Podcast, ±6 min episode every 1 week
Student Counselling and Development (SCD) are launching a #NWUStudentWellbeing Project.

Each week SCD will cover a different student wellbeing theme and the project will include the use of: Podcasts, Webinars, Info-graphics, Quizzes, Q&A, and Stories.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO?
1 Follow SCD and PUKfm on all the various Social media platforms (Instagram: @nwuscd and @pukfm936) (Facebook: PUKfm 93.6 and NWUSCD)
2 Check weekly on Social Media/eFundi what SCD is doing that week
3. Complete the ‘Ask us anything about the theme’ survey: https://forms.gle/eVYmNFUjtJZH7kyG9
4. Share the love for SCD/PUKfm by sharing our pages and your story and use the tag: #nwuscd and #pukfm936

We look forward to seeing you sharing the love and stories and joining in on the project

"Nothing for students without students"

#WhatsTrending — powered by Henley Business

8 EPISODES | HENLEY INTELLIGENCE |  Podcast, ±33 min episode every 1 week, 4 days
An interactive dialogue powered by Henley Business School and hosted by Dean of HBS, Jonathan Foster-Pedley, where he, with the help of in studio expert guests, pushes, pulls, debates, and interrogates current issues that impact our businesses.

AECI Plant Health

15 EPISODES | SOLID GOLD PODCASTS #BEHEARD |  Podcast, ±9 min episode every 3 weeks, 4 days
Conversations that help you unlock nature's potential.

AECI Plant Health is a South African company within the AECI Group of Companies serving the agricultural sector with pride. AECI Plant Health has been an ally to farmers in Africa for many years, and with the move towards sustainable agriculture, AECI Plant Health with its NuWay® programme, and its extensive range of products and services, aims to work with farmers to preserve our natural resources, restore soil biology and address the need for producing nutritious food.

Agriculture worldwide is under pressure to reduce pesticide and fertilizer usage whilst increasing crop yields to feed a growing world population. There is now a move away from the total reliance on traditional chemicals and synthetic fertilizers towards a more responsible and sustainable approach of cultivating crops that protects the environment and its precious resources.

Our approach is to work hand in hand with the farmer to systematically address each point of influence in the growing of crops in a sustainable and responsible manner. Many of the tools and techniques simply unlock nature’s potential and the genetic potential of the crop.

Accounting - Grade 12

2 EPISODES | E-LEARNING |  Podcast, ±39 min episode every 1 week
Here are all of our e-learning lessons for Accounting - Grade 12. They're brought to you by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education. Each lesson is presented by a reputable teacher with a proven track record. They go over key concepts and past papers to give matrics under lockdown credible learning tools. Subscribe so you don't miss out on new lessons.

African Roots

25 EPISODES | DEUTSCHE WELLE |  Podcast, ±3 min episode every 1 hour
DW's history project "African Roots" addresses young Africans

DW's new series "African Roots" uses online comics and radio broadcasts to highlight 25 important African personalities. The project, funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation, is aimed at young audiences.
The portraits cover a long period of time, ranging from Dinknesh, the "Mother of Mankind" in present-day Ethiopia, to legendary rulers of the Middle Ages such as Mali's King Sunjata Keita to key figures from the African independence movement such as Patrice Lumumba.

These animated online stories by the successful Nigerian graphic design team "Comic Republic," will primarily be shared on Facebook once a week. DW’s Facebook platforms for Africa have more than four million subscribers. There will also be broadcasts of supporting content on radio, reaching nearly 40 million African listeners per week. Most of the content is available in six languages (English, Amharic, Hausa, Kiswahili, French, Portuguese).

DW users have raised concerns saying that public discourse on African history is often based solely on the perspective of the continent's former colonial powers. One commented on Facebook that "young Africans don't have easy access to historical documentation." "African Roots" hopes to help close this gap. The project, spearheaded by DW's Africa service, employs African sources, and was developed in collaboration with African historians, cultural scientists and writers. It targets Africa's young generation, which makes up the vast majority of the population on the continent.

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