Xenophobia! We cannot deny it any longer or stick our heads in the sand, it is happening and we need to do something, but what? What should our leaders be doing? We have this difficult but necessary discussion.
Andrew Levy discusses the Garissa attack in Kenya. We speak to Debora Patta, the Kenyan Interior Minister, as well as Analie Botha who works for The Institute for Strategic Studies and is a leading expert in radicalisation and al-Shabaab in South Africa.
When bad guys do good things! What do we do about it and how do we treat their legacies? We have representatives from the ANC, DA and UCT debating the issue of #RhodesMustFall.
Residents of Jeppestown protested on Wednesday against evictions due to take place next week. Unless negotiations provide a solution, tenants from a number of buildings will be evicted as new owners want to develop the area. Andrew speaks to Daily Maverick journalist Greg Nicolson, as well as a few people affected, about the Jeppe protest.
Mail & Guardian journalist Verashni Pillay talks about her recent controversial articles about what white people should know about black people.
Taking a break from the serious topics, instead discussing SA’s first dancing movie – ‘Hear Me Move’. Andrew is joined by producer/actor Wandile Molebatse and actress Bontle Modiselle as they tell us about this ground breaking SA film.
With Andrew away on business, Jack Motlanthe takes over the reigns. He talks to individuals who are children of politicians. We find out the misconceptions about being related to a political figure, their difficulties, public scrutiny and their relationship with the politician. Being the nephew of former president Kgalema Motlanthe, Jack has loads of experience […]
Andrew is joined on the line by Ranjeni Munusamy, Mmusi Maimane, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi and Gwede Mantashe as they dissect the State of the Nation Address from top to bottom, they also discuss the after shocks of that fateful night.
After the shenanigans of The State of the Nation Address, Andrew speaks with political commentator Justice Malala about the implications of these events on our democracy., Then with the Cricket World Cup in sight, we hear from cricket analyst Shane Goulde regarding South Africa’s chances of bringing home the trophy.
Former TRC commissioner Dr Fazel Randera joins Andrew to discuss the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and its effects on South Africa.