Andrew Levy and Rori Tshabalala go into dangerous territory with this topic. Some say they have no right to broach this subject! That’s why they invite women to give their say…
“I am a serious benefactor of Affirmative Action.” Andrew and Rorisang are joined by Mzwanele Jimmy Manyi, as they discuss BEE, how blacks and whites have been affected, how the grading works and whether or not corporates are complying or undermining the whole system.
Did Nelson Mandela sell out black people? This is the question Andrew and Rori attempt to answer, along with their guest Debora Patta and a few revolutionaries.
It’s the ‘Show Off Show’. Rori and Andrew investigate the point where show offs become narcissists. Joining them for this discussion are a pair of twins from Vuzu’s ‘Rich Kids’. They also ask the question – “How many selfies does it take to make a narcissist?”
“How homophobic are you?” Yes, we all like to think we are reasonably liberal and open-minded, but when it comes down to the nitty-gritty, when the “gay issue” is right in your face and on your doorstep, how do you really feel?
Ever hear people say “some of my best friends are black/white” generally just before something racist is said? Andrew and Rori ask – “are we really ourselves amongst friends from different races, what do we leave behind and why”?
Andrew and Rori continue their discussion and reflect on issues that came up during the show with Ernst Roets and Hanneke Rauch about whether there’s a place for Afrikaners in the new South Africa.
Is there a place for Afrikaners in the new South Africa, and is there a place for the new South Africa in Afrikaners? To discuss this Andrew and Rori are joined by Ernst Roets from Afri Forum as well as a young Afrikaner, Hanneke Rauch.
Do you think that the ‘CEO SleepOut’ is worthwhile? Or is it just a bunch of wealthy people trying to prove that they care? Andrew and Rori are joined by Pheladi Gwangwa who is at the helm of the campaign, as well as a representative from ‘Street Sleeper’, and finally, Dala Nje from the […]