The Renegade Report continues to grow in stature and listenership. Roman and Jonathan take time out from the usual guest schedule to answer questions posed to them on the show’s Facebook group. From their evolution towards classical liberalism to their real views on climate change, there’s something for everyone in this candid episode of everyone’s favourite weekly podcast.

More Info

In an exclusive hour-long discussion, author and journalist Rian Malan sits down with the Renegade Report. Rian explains his reasons for going into exile during Apartheid, what influenced his return to the country, and the complex political landscape he discovered thereafter. The conversation touches on Rian’s transition from socialism in his youth to a more conservative outlook today. Jonathan probes Rian on his experiences in Coligny and Roman harshly questions the subsequent criticism he has received for his writings thereof. Towards the end of the discussion the tables are turned on the hosts and Mr Malan asks them to expand on their views around black leadership in South Africa, as well as the Trump presidency.

More Info

This instalment of the Renegade Report hosts outspoken communications expert Sindile Vabaza. Sindile explains why a successful South Africa rests on the growth of the black middle class, while highlighting the flaws of the prevailing strategy and politics to achieve this goal. Roman digs into our guest’s views on why he believes Johannesburg to be the most integrated city, and Jonathan proposes an apocalyptic future and asks how it might be avoided or dealt with.

More Info

This episode plays host to ANN7 reporter, Jacob Zuma supporter, and self-described anarcho-communist Chelsea Lotz. Chelsea explains why she views both socialism and communism as models which should be followed to ensure a fair society. Jonathan questions the notion of equality given innate human differences, and Roman probes the guest on the suffering associated with political regimes which have a Marxist bent. Ms Lotz also expands on her views in relation to the President and his grace, Islam as a positive theocracy, and Vladimir Putin the anti-colonialist.

More Info

This week’s episode features ecologist and Greenpeace co-founder, Dr Patrick Moore. Patrick explains how he became involved in founding a multi-national environmental organisation which fought for the end of nuclear bomb testing and whale hunting, before being hijacked by non-scientific interests intent on banning everything from chlorine to PVC. Jonathan opens up discussion on the climate change the Earth has experienced over several billions of years, and Roman queries the role carbon dioxide is playing in this process. Dr Moore discusses the so-called 97% consensus on climate change, the Paris agreement, and the politicisation of the green movement.

More Info

This episode of the Renegade Report sees the return of Advocate and free speech doyen Mark Oppenheimer. Mark reflects on the important work of Ayanda Mabulu, the selective reporting on so-called racist speech, and the torrid Huffington Post / Shelley Garland affair. Roman explores the limiting of the individual’s ability to respond to hate speech and Jonathan questions the threshold of such speech. Mark explains the proposed PEPUDA act and what it might mean for our society, challenges media companies to be honest about their bias, and suggests that Marx be removed from all university curricula to begin the process of “decolonisation”.

More Info

The guest on this episode of the Renegade Report is the Academic Director of private “university” Akademia, Piet le Roux. The conversation dovetails around the nature of privately funded, community-based tertiary education schemes in contrast to that of State funded universities. Piet offers a strong defence of community-based initiatives while Jonathan questions the reason for Government involvement in educational institutions. Roman get comfortable with another anarchist in the studio, which leads to a rather deep and metaphorical defence of anarchy.

More Info

The guest on this instalment of the Renegade Report is Afriforum Deputy CEO, Ernst Roets. Ernst explains the role of civil rights organisations within a democracy, and the importance of protecting minorities in our society. Emphasis is placed on self reliance over state dependence within a corrupt environment. Jonathan questions the role and potential failings of the Constitution in protecting rights, and Roman laments the ongoing notion of race as a real problem – despite evidence otherwise…

More Info

Roman goes solo with Catholic priest, Father Chris Townsend. Roman and Chris discuss the purpose of religion in a pluralistic, liberal democracy. Chris argues that religion gives meaning to people and that the church should create dialogue to heal existential and psychological wounds. Roman investigates whether religion really does give people meaning, and what the future of religion might be. The conversation ends with a discussion around the repercussions the sex scandals have had on the church.

More Info

On this episode of the Renegade Report, we host infamous journalist and executive editor at Breitbart London, James Delingpole. James explains his influence on Milo Yiannopoulos, his views on the insane left, and his confidence in the future of conservatism. Roman queries Trump’s intellect and policies to which he is given a curt and blunt defence, after which Jonathan interrogates the effect Brexit will have on Britain as we know it – and James would like it to be.

More Info
Page 3 of 912345...Last »