Just a day left before President Jacob Zuma delivers the State of the Nation Address (SoNA) 2016. Andrew Levy and Rorisang Tsabalala find out what the real state of our nation is. Are we all overreacting about the state of our country? They also discuss what South Africans are expecting from the (SoNA) 2016.
Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy speak to actual storytellers across mediums such as television and other creative arts to help uncover the stories worth telling…
Are we becoming a “Zimbabwe”? Weakening Rand, errant leadership, land redistribution, increasing talk of colonialists and white monopoly capital, appear to be a similar concoction of issues to those that led to the once proud and strong nation of Zimbabwe coming to its knees. Are these signs that we are headed to becoming a Zimbabwe, or are we overlooking other important features of our nation that will ensure that we remain standing where Zimbabwe fell?
Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy ask the question – “Are You Breeding Racists?” If you aren’t, then where do all these racists come from? Taking a look at how parental attitudes, emotions and behaviours reinforce racial stereotypes and feelings of racial superiority and inferiority. They are joined by Counselling Psychologist, Neo Pule and parents across races and generations
It’s the first Khonza Show of the year, Andrew Levy and Rorisang Tshabalala explore the race issue and question if people who express racist views even understand their impact. They also touch on the #PennySparrow saga and Robert Mugabe’s heart attack.
A two-hour special on all the WTF moments of 2015. The team talks to South African politician Mbali Ntuli, Spokesperson for the Economic Freedom Fighters Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, Chief Whip of the Official Opposition Democratic Alliance in the National Assembly John Steenhuisen, Professor Adam Habib and founder of CliffCentral.com Gareth Cliff.
It’s Part 4 of #WhitePrivilege as Andrew and Rori ask – “What have we learnt?” They look back over the last few shows and heed the lessons presented.
It’s Part 3 of 4 of #WhitePrivilege. Andrew and Rori ask – “Can any good come from white privilege?” Their special guest is Prof. Mark Solms.
Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy continue their white privilege series. They try and understand the impact that white privilege has and whether or not it is a bad thing.
The issue of “white privilege” is one that needs to be addressed. Do white people acknowledge this? Is it fair for a white person to think they are disadvantaged in some ways?