Deshnee Subramany decides that it’s time to address the #RhodesMustFall issue, which of course is a collective movement of students and staff members mobilising for direct action against the reality of institutional racism at the University of Cape Town. Lisia Dewing, who is a #Rainbow16 fan, also weighs in via Skype.

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Deshnee Subramany joins in for a quick Skype chat with Jonathan Sinclair to talk about the protests at the University of the Free State as well as the University of Pretoria, and what needs to be done to help these desperate students.

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After a tumultuous start to 2016, Arye Kellman is joined by investigative journalist Deshnee Subramany and Business journalist Quinton Bronkhorst to deliberate the state of our Rainbow Nation. Together they touch on white privilege and the way forward for South Africa.

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Simphiwe Mbonambi has been leading and influencing people for over a decade and is the proud recipient of the Leader of the Year Award, but following the #Rainbow16 campaign that was run on the show, she comes into studio to give her take on what happened with Penny Sparrow as well as Velaphi Khumalo.

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Deshnee Subramany from Amabhungane, which is a non-profit company founded to develop investigative journalism in the public interest, joins Arye Kellman to do what she does best, give her much valued opinion. The two of them talk about the Penny Sparrow debacle and what action must be taken against her and her racist comments posted on social media.

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Tamerin Jardine, Sese Tetiwe and Danine Naidoo join Arye Kellman to give their take and thoughts on the very serious issue facing South Africa at the moment, racism. This was all brought about by a woman named Penny Sparrow from KZN who called black people “monkeys”.

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In an unrestricted, uncensored and emotive #Kellman on CliffCentral special, a host of people express what they feel the state of the rainbow nation is in 2016. A range of opinions raise topics from white privilege, to generational wealth and proposed legislature specifically fighting racism in South Africa.

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