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 […]
Andrew and Rori look at bribery in general and discuss whether it is justified in certain circumstances. Naturally, the conversation will cover the current FIFA debacle.
People can live as much as 30 days without food but only seven days without water. There was a time in SA where the thought of rolling blackouts was difficult to imagine. Many experts strongly believe that SA is headed in the same direction with water, except with water we can’t simply build a power-station […]
The recent announcement by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on E-tolls has put a spanner in the works of the resistance to E-tolls movement. Now that licences will not be renewed where E-toll bills are outstanding, there is a real sacrifice to be made in pursuit of the ideals for which we initially opposed the e-tolls […]
Is it right or wrong to call homosexuality a sin? Recently, Mmusi Maimane had to quickly seemingly backtrack on preachings where he referred to homosexuality as sin as he faced a backlash for it. Given that SA is a pluralistic society, why is it wrong to be opposed to homosexuality? Rorisang is joined by Rev. […]
Soweto residents owe Eskom R3.6bn in unpaid power bills they don’t ever intend to pay, compared to R2.6bn owed by the rest of the country. Andrew and Rori speak to the big names of Soweto; Chief Whip of the ANC in Gauteng Brian Hlongwa, leader of the opposition party DA Mmusi Maimane, Secretary of Soweto […]
Is the media biased or the public brainwashed? Andrew and Rori look into media bias with Chris Vick and Kay Sexwale, who has recently had some harsh words for Adriaan Basson.
Andrew and Rori discuss “illegals”. Illegal people, illegal substances and illegal laws. They’re joined on the line by activist Sidney Luckett.
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.