On the back of a speech delivered on Human Rights Day by Professor JNJ Kritzinger, Rori Tshabalala speaks to him and a young white South African, Rudi Cooke, about how young white South Africans can find belonging in a country where the legacy of the past and the benefits that accrued to them as a result remain significant topics.
(Part 2 of 2) Just as students took it upon themselves to drive the “decolonisation” project on their campuses, is it incumbent on young professionals to drive a radical process of transformation of South African corporates?
(Part 1 of 2) Just as students took it upon themselves to drive the “decolonisation” project on their campuses, is it incumbent on young professionals to drive a radical process of transformation of South African corporates?
Andrew Levy and Rorisang Tsabalala zoom in on American businessman and television personality turned politician Donald Trump. They ask -” Could he really be the next American President?” They explore this topic with Associate Editor at The Daily Maverick, Brooks Spector and former South African politician, Tony Leon.
Andrew Levy and Rorisang Tsabalala talk U.S. politics with specific focus on American businessman and television personality turned politician Donald Trump. Following recent election results where Trump defied Republican elite’s expectations, the Frankly Speaking team ask – “Could Donald Trump be the next American President?” They speak to The Guardian reporter and the newspaper’s Washington correspondent Chris McGreal.
Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy talk police brutality and violence. They talk to the Head of the Governance, Crime and Justice Division at the Institute for Security Studies, Gareth Newham, as well as Provincial Police Spokesperson, Hangwani Mulaudzi.
Have we become a security state? Has the violence by police increased? Is it justified? Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy talk police brutality and violence. They explore this topic with Journalist Greg Nicolson and Nelson Mandela’s former Chief of Security Rory Steyn.
The conversation continues as Andrew Levy and Rorisang Tsabalala try and get to the bottom of the recent protests and violence happening in campuses around South Africa…
Last year it was just about protests, most of which were peaceful, but this year university campuses have turned into hotbeds of violent protests that have now turned into racial violence. Many have risen to support the cause, but to condemn the violence, but others have argued that it is only violence that those in authority are willing to listen to. Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy speak to students from across the country.
Can we afford another three years of Jacob Zuma as President? Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy examine what is regarded as a generally accepted view that Zuma is bad for South Africa and should be recalled.They ask whether that would indeed be in the best interests of the country or whether there is potentially more to be lost than to be gained by removing him.