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Eusebius Mckaiser

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21.0: On imposter syndrome & how to navigate it with Eusebius McKaiser

Millennial Musings with Anurag

We're back! Season 3 is now live and we kick it off with an in depth exploration on imposter syndrom with author, broadcaster, and Rhodes Scholar Eusebius McKaiser. Anurag and Eusebius open up about their constant struggles with imposter syndrome, and how it has impacted their lives. They explore their first experiences of feeling like an imposter, the ways in which it limited their abilllities to own the spaces they were in, and ultimately how they are trying to curtail its impact on their everyday lives.  Eusebius McKaiser is a Broadcaster, Author, Political Analyst, Debate and Public Speaking Coach, Lecturer, and Rhodes Scholar. He has studied law and philosophy, and specialised in moral philosophy with particular interest in whether or not people are morally responsible for the beliefs they hold. He has also lectured in various areas of academic philosophy in England and South Africa. Eusebius is the author of three best-selling books, the most recent being Run, Racist, Run. He has previously written columns for Business Day and New York Times. His essays have appeared in many local and international media. He has also appeared as an analyst on many platforms including CNN, BBC and others. Eusebius hosted radio and television shows for many years and is currently completing his fourth book, provisionally entitled Searching for Sello Duiker. If you enjoyed the episode, support us by liking, sharing, and subscribing :) Follow Eusebius on: Twitter: Eusebius McKaiser Instagram: @eusebius_mckaiser Facebook: Eusebius.McKaiser Follow Anurag on: Instagram: @anuragrc and @millennialmusings_podcast Twitter: @AnuragRC Title music Ikson-Alive is obtained from the artist's website, and used with due credit given. Support Ikson's music on https://soundcloud.com/ikson


20 Oct 2020

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Eusebius McKaiser: "Where's the accountability for racism in media?"


In this new four-part series in collaboration with the South Africa Media Innovation Program (SAMIP), SMWX tackles the question of race in the South African media. In Episode 2, Sizwe caught up with broadcasting legend and commentator Eusebius McKaiser, to discuss the question of race in the SA media.  The South Africa Media Innovation Program (SAMIP) is a multi-year media initiative the seeks to accelerate digital media innovation among independent media outlets in South Africa. The program provides funding and capacity building to organisations selected to participate.https://samip.mdif.org Ayeye! 🔥 Like, share, comment and subscribe!


4 Oct 2020

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Best of SMWX: Eusebius McKaiser


This is a conversation worth revisiting. A chat with the great Eusebius McKaiser on his views of SA's political landscape. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geVu0ds75yY&t=22s


20 Aug 2020

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17 Jun 2020

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Amanpour: Bill Moyers, Afua Hirsch, Eusebius McKaiser and Mike Johnson


As George Floyd is laid to rest in his hometown of Houston, Texas, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is calling for “transformative structural change”. Christiane Amanpour is joined by Bill Moyers, the broadcaster and journalist who served in Lyndon Johnson’s White House. They reflect on how the death of George Floyd has impacted America, and what this powerful moment of moral reckoning, in the midst of a health crisis and during an election year, might lead to? The calls for racial equality in the wake of Floyd’s death have spread beyond geographic boundaries, influencing many around the world to reflect on the failings of their own societies. Christiane speaks to Afua Hirsch, journalist and author of "Brit(ish)", and Eusebius McKaiser, broadcaster and author of "Run Racist Run", about the need for many nations to confront their colonial histories anew. And our Walter Isaacson is joined by Chairman of the U.S. House Republican Study Committee, Mike Johnson, to discuss systemic change in America, police reform and how he feels about President Trump's handling of the crisis. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy


10 Jun 2020

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Literature Corner: Eusebius Mckaiser in conversation with women run Book Clubs.

The Literature Corner

Eusebius hosted Xoli Mcobothi from Bafatibebumbene, Naomi Webster from Palesa Book Club and Phiwe Mncwabe from VSS Book Club Foundation to share their experiences of forming and running successful book clubs..See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


10 Jan 2019