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Podcasts are video and audio programs that can be streamed or downloaded on computers, smartphones and personal music players via the Internet.
The term "podcast" is a portmanteau of the words "broadcast" and "iPod", the name of a popular portable MP3 player. Most podcasts are produced exclusively for an online audience, though some TV shows and radio programs are also available as podcasts. Podcasts offer a wide range in themes and formats, from news reports to storytelling programs to comedy shows.
Acclaimed author and energy healer Kagiso Msimango can tell you how to manage a toxic relationships without hurting yourself. She and Don't Hold Back host Nozibele Qamngana Mayaba chat over a special snack about how we have agency in our relationships, even when we think we don't.
In the US, a judge has thrown out the 2000 conviction of Adnan Syed for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. His case was made famous by the podcast 'Serial,' which cast doubts on his culpability. Prosecutors say they've uncovered new evidence.
The Project Fussball podcast explores and explains the stories in German football beyond weekend winners and losers. In the latest 5-part series, host Tom Gennoy and an array of guests take an in-depth look at Euro 2022.
How do you know when drinking has become a problem rather than just a “good time”? In a frank discussion, Nozibele Qamngana Mayaba quizzes motivational speaker and author Clive Vanderwagen on everything from binge drinking to mindfulness to hangover cures, and how a healthy relationship with alcohol helped Clive optimize his life.
It may seem sweet when your lover wants to be by your side all the time. But when does this behaviour become possessive, manipulative, or even abusive? Join us on the first episode of our all new podcast, Don't Hold Back, where gender-based violence survivor and activist Lona Bawuti shares her story with host Nozibele Qamngana-Mayaba.