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Regardless of how old we were when cars first became a part of our lives, we all know and understand the significant impact that they have made on our lives. From friends to fans, and joy to pain, these masterful pieces of engineering have touched each of us in a unique way, and Drivers Only is here to share each great story.
 
Facts Machine is a podcast by and for people who are curious about everything — but especially the things that make them laugh. Scientists by day and pub trivia hosts by night, Emily, Noah, and Rob leverage their scientific curiosity and delight in obscure minutiae to bring you a podcast that explores life’s silliest, most unexpected, and outright awe-inspiring stories. And puns. So many puns.
 
First-person diaries, sound portraits, and hidden chapters of history from Peabody Award-winning producer Joe Richman and the Radio Diaries team. From teenagers to octogenarians, prisoners to prison guards, bra saleswomen to lighthouse keepers. The extraordinary stories of ordinary life. Radio Diaries is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm
 
THE podcast for petrol-heads, by Gareth Jones (of ITV1's Speed Sunday & How2, and A1GP pit lane reporter), his car-mad uber-geek mate Zog, Richard Porter (Sniff Petrol, BBC Top Gear, the Grand Tour) and Aussie sports journalist Sarah Leach. On Speed covers everything on 4 wheels, from Audi to BMW; Ferrari to Williams; Renault to McLaren; Ford to Porsche; Alfa to Mercedes; VW to Jaguar; classic cars; concept cars; road cars; race cars. There's every kind of motorsport Formula One, WRC, Le Man ...
 
UKMotorTalk, an independent view on motoring and motor sport with impartial road tests, unbiased advice on buying and selling, insurance, taxation and road safety and all the news that affects your car use.Welcome to UKMotorTalk, each month we'll bring you a round up of the world of motoring with road tests, interviews with leading opinion formers, driving hints and tips and a digest of motoring and motor sport news. In fact, everything needed to keep you on the road as an informed driver.Fo ...
 
An informed, humorous and irreverent look at motoring and transport from Australia and overseas. Featuring motoring & transport news, road tests, feature interviews & quirky stories. Overdrive is not just for 'rev heads' but covers subjects in a manner that reflects on our everyday transport experiences as well as our dreams and aspirations for more exotic transport. Presented by motoring broadcaster David Brown with regular contributors Errol Smith, David Campbell, Brian Smith and Paul Murr ...
 
Does your business rock? Get Proven & practical advice to become a SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEUR I’m David Levesque, entrepreneur mentor & webmarketing expert, I help you to make your business kick-ass. What do you need help with? I provide you the right culture, growth hacking tactics and webmarketing methods through my daily podcast in French & English on biz200.com and by organizing 100+ events in Europe and Asia. I love to guide you entrepreneur to overcome your vision and dreams with very cre ...
 
The AutoChat Podcast does exactly what it says on the tin: An automotive chat show presented by motoring journalist Alistair Charlton, car enthusiast George Turner and occasional like-minded guests. Alistair and George chat about the latest car and motorsport news, spend hypothetical cash on dubious AutoTrader discoveries, and swap stories on what they've been driving.
 
Ciceley Racing burst onto the UK motorsport scene in 2011 and immediately led Adam Morgan to the Ginetta GT Supercup title, propelling the Lancashire born racing talent into Britain’s premier saloon car championship, the 2012 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship. The hardworking team, renowned for also receiving the Spirit of the Championship Team Award in 2011, was reformed in November 2012 to concentrate on an assault in the 2013 BTCC with Adam Morgan spearheading the team. Russell ...
 
Corona of geen corona: the show must go on. Dat geldt ook voor het Autosalon. Welkom bij de VROOM.be podcast, dé online show voor autoliefhebbers die op de hoogte willen blijven van het laatste autonieuws, tips, trends en lanceringen voor 2021. Kortom: wij brengen het Autosalon tot in je oren!
 
beatwell's love for music has been a constant in his life, always seeking fresh cuts from obscure places, never mainstream but mainstream enough for everyone to dance.His musical heartrate dates back to the last century, where old school hip-hop, classic disco and birth of electronica all made a lasting impression, and forever inspiring him to think differently and dare to look outside the norm. The goal is always to create the ultimate atmosphere, for a journey into the rhythms of contempor ...
 
The Auto Express Podcast is a weekly car show where you can digest the latest news, the most exciting reviews and behind-the-scenes stories you won’t hear anywhere else! Each Wednesday, join host Vicki Butler-Henderson and members of the Auto Express team as we delve right into the heart of the automotive world. Subscribe now, and follow us on Twitter @AutoExpressPod for regular updates. Find out more at www.autoexpress.co.uk/podcast.
 
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Martin talks with Laurens van den Acker about the topic of reshaping a brand. Laurens van den Acker, Senior Vice President of Renault Corporate Design joins Martin in this week's episode to talk about the topic of reshaping a brand, his dream of becoming a car designer and the challenges he faced to make people fall in love with Renault all over ag…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive, where we take a populous approach to cars and transport. I’m David Brown News 1. Cupra: A New Car Brand Coming to Australia (1:27) 2. NEXO: Hyundai’s hydrogen fuel-cell first (2:23) 3. The all-new Renault Captur - the Light SUV leader in Europe returns to Australia (3:23) 4. XPeng releases first data from long-distan…
 
Located in Rivonia, Liliesleaf farm was bought as a safe house for anti-apartheid activists in the 1960s. It served as the secret headquarters of not only the ANC, but the SACP and Umkhonto we Sizwe too. Nelson Mandela, posing as a domestic worker, used it as a hideout. Now almost 60 years later, despite efforts to secure funding, the site that has…
 
In this episode, the doyenne of the South African wine industry Carrie Adams speaks to Adrian Short, the CEO of By Word of Mouth. The catering company was started by Short's wife, Karen, in 1993 and continues to shine as one of the finest catering (and catering related) companies in South Africa. Adrian joined Carrie's Corner to talk about the comp…
 
* South Africa plans to begin issuing Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine to the general public next month.* A takeover bid by Huge Group to acquire rival Adapt IT has become ugly, with the Huge group ordered to removed videos from the public domain in which it attacks the motives of Adapt IT’s management, reports MyBroadband.co.za* Netcare exp…
 
JSE-listed printing, publishing and packaging group Novus looks set for a shake up after boutique asset manager A2 Investment Partners snapped up the entire stake of almost a fifth of the company that was owned by Media24 investments. The Novus share price has taken a hammering over five years, with the business falling into the red as Covid-19 con…
 
In this clip the Chief Economist at Stanlib - Kevin Lings - joined the BizNews Power Hour team to discuss CPI of 3.2% in March, lower than expectations of 3.3%. He shared his view on how can CIP be the primary proxy for inflation when inflation is visibly much greater in the real economy.By BizNews
 
Jean-Pierre Verster joined the BizNews Power Hour team to discuss Pick 'n Pay's results, the end of Brasher's tenure and which is the best food retailer on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Verster roots for Woolworths as the best retailer currently on the JSE - even after a bad cycle of five years.By BizNews
 
South Africa’s headline consumer price inflation has not risen as quickly as analysts have forecast. rose to 3.2% year-on-year in March from 2.9% in February, data from Statistics South Africa showed on Wednesday.South Africa is home to over twice as many millionaires (HNWIs) as any other African country. Despite this, the total private wealth held…
 
Absa announced on Tuesday that CEO Daniel Mminele is leaving over non-alignment on matters of strategy and culture transformation with top executives after just 16 months at the helm. Banking analyst Kokkie Kooyman said to the BizNews Power Hour team, Mminele's departure could be linked to ABSA money market saga. Mminele is the fourth CEO in four y…
 
Meet Zak Calisto, the Shares of Karooooo, the new holding company for vehicle recovery and fleet management group Cartrack, rose as it began trading on the JSE earlier this week. Nearly all Cartrack shareholders have opted to remain invested in the new holding company. Which first listed on the Nasdaq on April. The complex deal was done to open up …
 
AWARD-winning young engineer Ella Podmore is the guest on this week’s Auto Express podcast. Ella speaks to host Vicki Butler-Henderson about what it’s like to lead a team at McLaren Automotive, and why the country needs more young people to follow careers in science and engineering. Steve speaks to Monte Carlo rally legend Paddy Hopkirk about his n…
 
In South Africa, we call it cadre deployment and state capture. In Britain, it’s called chumocracy - which is the practice of politicians farming out jobs and contracts for pals. Listen to this fascinating conversation with corruption expert Professor Liz Dávid-Barrett of the University of Sussex. She shares her insights, with BizNews editor at lar…
 
It was a trip to South Africa during the 2010 FIFA World Cup that ignited a passion for Africa in Emile Heskey. The former Premier League footballer has teamed up with Zimbabwean born entrepreneur, Davison Simango, to launch the Alkebulan Group. The company is planning to invest in sectors that can help drive the economies of Africa forward. Heskey…
 
Jost Capito has as good a motorsport pedigree as you’re likely to find. His most recent successes on the world championship stage have come in rallying, when he oversaw Ford and Volkswagen’s world title successes – and now he charged with bringing Williams back to the front of the grid. On this week’s show the Grove team’s CEO opens up on what the …
 
There's big money to be made in Africa for those who crack the codes to running business in the many, risky and often complex countries. Listen to this podcast to hear fascinating insights on making money in Nigeria, Mozambique and other countries where many South African corporate bosses fear to tread. The group is generating an ever-larger chunk …
 
* Amazon has announced that will establish its South African headquarters in the City of Cape Town, a project that has the potential to create up 19 000 jobs.* ABSA CEO Daniel Mminele has been axed, with Absa Group Chairman, Wendy Lucas-Bull saying that a separation deal had been reached with Mminele - a former Reserve Bank deputy governor and Absa…
 
The University of Cape Town has been affected by a massive fire that began on Sunday and has since been spreading due to strong winds, forcing students to evacuate. Spear REIT CEO Quintin Rossi joined the BizNews Power Hour, to let us in on how they are opening up the Double Tree Hilton on discounted prices to UCT for students.…
 
In the late 90's, Johannesburg businessman Andrew Gunn left the hubbub of Egoli in pursuit of his next career move - farming. Described as a "pig in a poke" by Gunn, his apple farm was soon transformed into a gorgeous vineyard. Nearly 25 years later, Andrew Gunn runs Iona, a winery that focuses on just four select wines. Andrew's wife, Rozy, joined…
 
As the latest edition of GP Racing hits the shelves of shops that are now actually open, we look at what’s really going on with Lewis Hamilton’s new contract. We speak to George Russell, the man who might become Lewis’s next team-mate… or Valtteri Bottas’s new team-mate! And we speak to Daniel Ricciardo, the man of the moment at McLaren. GP Racing …
 
* The DA has called for an independent investigation into a fire that broke out on the slopes of Table Mountain and damaged buildings at the University of Cape Town and elsewhere.* Eskom says it’s urgently seeking new providers of technical support after Oracle Corp.’s South African unit withdrew its services over a payment dispute.* The unpreceden…
 
In January and February, there were around $300m in non-fungible token sales, according to Cointelegraph. But for many, NFTs are bewildering in the least. BizNews founder Alec Hogg makes sense of this digital movement with Invest Africa chairman Rob Hersov and Josh Minsk, COO of Momint. Hersov invested $50,000 into the local NFT-backed social media…
 
"I admire your single-minded courage to speak up for the truth and the law, even when this was clearly at considerable cost to you and your family," wrote Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter to former Trillian Management Consulting CEO, Bianca Goodson. After speaking out against corruption, Goodson had her entire life turned upside down. From battles with he…
 
Mam CLA schléit Mercedes d’Bréck tëscht der A- an der C-Klass. An zanter Kuerzem sinn de Coupé an de Shooting Brake och als Plug-In Hybrid ze kréien. Ob et dobäi just drëms gaangen ass e Lach an der Gamme opzefëllen, oder ob déi nei Motorisatioun Sënn mecht huet den Akim Schmit aus der Automag-Equipe probéiert erauszefannen.…
 
Former CEO of Trillian Financial Advisory, Mosilo Mothepu, found herself at the centre of state capture. "When I left, I was petrified and horrified at what I witnessed. I had to do the right thing and tell the public protector what I knew." Mothepu has released a tell-all book, revealing her sudden involvement in Trillian and State Capture. She to…
 
Professor Christof Heyns occupied various roles at the University of Pretoria's law faculty - including Dean, Director of the Centre for Human Rights and the founding Director of the Institute for Comparative Law in Africa (where he made the faculty a magnet for talented African students). Internationally, he shone as UN Special Rapporteur and subs…
 
Professor Sarah Hall of the University of Nottingham is a specialist in the changing nature of international financial centres. She spoke to Jackie Cameron, of BizNews, about the digital yuan. China has created its own digital currency, a first for a major economy. Digitised money looks like a potential macroeconomic dream tool for the issuing gove…
 
Martin Slabbert, of MAS Real Estate, the JSE-listed company that is focused on the booming Romanian market - and is the top tip of Morne Wilken, CEO of Hyprop. In this interview, Biznews's Alec Hogg finds out from the low profile Slabbert why South African property players are so dominant in a country whose growth is second only to South Korea.…
 
* #Eskom workers are seeking 15% wage increases, even though the utility is struggling to pay its bills and repay debt of about R465bn - and inflation is at a much more modest 3%.* As the government fails to roll out #COVID vaccinations en masse, South Africa’s biggest business grouping has said it will help develop private industry’s capacity to a…
 
Few people in the world know the Ford Mustang like Ford Performance Enthusiast Communications Manager John Clor. He joins Bruce and Smith to celebrate Mustang day by sharing entertaining stories about the pony car's early development, the Mustang II, and the exciting SVT era through the 1990s.By Rambling About Cars by Motor1.com
 
In this episode of the BizNews Power Hour, Alec Hogg is joined by co-host Piet Viljoen, Pranita Daya of Anchor Stockbrokers on Growthpoint, Sable International director Andrew Rissik on rand strength, Evan Walker of 36One Asset Management on doing business in Nigeria and the BizNews team.By BizNews
 
* Western Cape Transport MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela has been suspended for 14 days while an investigation is launched into the misrepresentation of his qualifications.* The DA is astounded by the appointment of Thomas Kgokolo as the acting SAA CEO. He is the latest person appointed to run the embattled airline despite having no experience in running…
 
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for killing and displacing people - but experts in Mozambique don’t believe it’s that simple to blame Islamic militants for the humanitarian crisis that has unfolded in the southern African country. Complicated social conditions, ethnic rivalries, criminal gangs including drug traffickers, government corrupt…
 
EOH may be the largest technology service provider business in Africa, but it has seen its fair share of bad publicity and a massive drop in its share price. CEO Stephen Van Coller joined the BizNews Power Hour to share his fixing strategies and what the future holds for shareholders.By BizNews
 
* South Africa's health minister has blamed Johnson & Johnson for delays to the roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine;* Democratic Alliance Western Cape leader Bonginkosi Madikizela has been accused of lying about his qualifications.* South African airlines are in a price war to attract customers - and one is tempting passengers with an offer to take a …
 
In this episode of the BizNews Power Hour, Alec Hogg is joined by co-host Delphine Govender, Renergen CEO Stefano Marani, CEO of Satrix Helena Conradie, EOH CEO Stephen Van Coller on the company's interims and legacy issues, Sean Saunders on cryptos and Coinbase IPO and the BizNews team.By BizNews
 
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