Following a highly successful crowdfunding campaign, Roman Cabanac and Jonathan Witt reflect on the experience, the irrational hatred from social justice warriors, as well as their brief conflict with the Rhodes Must Fall hate group. Sihle Ngobese joins the show to discuss the inception of the tip raising campaign and the collectivist criticism levelled by the left. The Obz Café waitress, Ashleigh, is also interviewed as the hosts attempt to refocus the attention onto the real victim here.
Classic liberal and industrial sociologist, Sihle Ngobese, is the guest on this episode. Nothing is held back in this conversation about trendy lefties and social justice wimps living in perpetual victimhood while waging a war on the free market of ideas. Sihle also shares his views on the three primary roles of the state and a practical approach to employment equity, all before schooling Jonathan on educational vouchers and socialism.
By popular request the guest on this episode is acclaimed journalist, speaker and author Ivo Vegter (@IvoVegter). Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac get Ivo’s thoughts on the Panama Papers, the ongoing Zuma debacle, and his current position on Donald Trump given a previous article he wrote defending the tycoon.
Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac go solo. Hear their opinions on the impeachment debate, who should head the ANC, and what is likely to happen to Jacob Zuma in the near future. By popular request there’s very little discussion about racism and much more about personal freedoms. They also reveal their political ideals and why third wave feminism is cancer.
Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac speak to the 39th best cartoonist in the country, Jeremy Nell. ‘Jerm’ (as he’s commonly known) unveils the inner workings of the refreshingly subjective New Age newspaper, from which he was fired. They also discuss how people lack understanding of satire in most modern liberal democracies, the fear and danger Islamism poses to freedom of expression, and the regressive left in all their glory.
Roman Cabanac and Jonathan Witt host free-thinking guest Martin van Staden on this episode of The Renegade Report. They discuss removing government from our lives, drug legalisation, gun control and taxation as theft. Of course they also take on the woke social justice snowflakes on the left and the cancer of cultural Marxism.
Chris Hart, one of South Africa’s foremost economists has an extensive conversation with Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac in which they discuss what Chris meant by his ‘entitlement’ Tweet, how he views the state and future of the South African economy, as well as the politics of diversion amongst real issues like unemployment and disunity.
This episode of The Renegade Report takes on racism and group identity in South Africa with guest Gwen Ngwenya. The conversation delves into the fragility of “blackness”, the irrationality of “white privilege”, the ANC’s obsession with race, and why the EFF might be good for the country. It is a great antidote to the proposed “Anti-Racism Week”.
Jonathan Witt, Roman Cabanac and Kanthan Pillay (CEO of YFM) speak about capitalism, the ANC government, the myth of white capital, land claims, racism, the poor state of our education system, and teenage pregnancy.
The first Renegade Report begins with an introduction about how and why the show came about. The main discussion focuses on the #RhodesMustFall movement, the ideology, fascist overtones and behaviour. Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac chat to guest Michael Cardo. He is the Shadow Minister of Economic Development and a DA MP, who has strongly rebuffed the Rhodes Must Fall movement.