There’s fresh chaos in the ANC as their Eastern Cape conference meets up. Justice gets his thoughts on this off his chest on the Burning Platform presented by Nando’s. What will December look like for the ANC? Well find out here as Justice feels the infighting is spreading rapidly throughout the country for the party. What this means for the DA, and Bob Mugabe is in SA, but nobody really knows why. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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What’s another hot political week without Oros, the Guptas and Shaun Abrahams in the news? While Minister Fikile Mbalula celebrates one million Twitter followers, Justice Malala has a few choice words for him. He also breaks down what politicians should learn from the Ahmed Timon inquest. Find out the latest around Dudu Myeni and SAA, COSATU president Sdumo Dlamini, and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s presidential election campaign here too. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Just what did KPMG do? Justice Malala unpacks the whole fiasco with the auditing firm and the Guptas in a fiery episode of the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. Those involved with the Guptas are getting punished, but what about the Guptas themselves? What’s happening with the ANC in KZN? The courts are now things the ANC care about, keeping up with the Mugabes, and Berning Ntlemeza.

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After it’s revealed that Public Service and Administration Minister Faith Muthambi has hired nine of her relatives, Justice has a message to the public – we need to be angry. He also looks at the busy week President Zuma AKA ‘783’ has been having, in and out of court. And lastly, he explains what ‘The Premier League’ of politics is up to.

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There’s news to break – Justice discusses the emergence of a new political party from within the ANC! Hear his views, as well, on the Ramaphosa smear campaigns that have fallen flat, South Africa’s GDP number going up and Sindiso Magaqa and the violence of politics in KZN.

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Justice Malala douses this week’s political fires by looking at the Hawks telling Trevor Manuel and Jabu Moleketi to provide affidavits about SARS’ “rogue unit”, the investigation of “Pravin’s” Integrated Financial Management System and South Africa’s lack of consequence. Justice also chimes in on OxFamSA labelling South Africa as ‘one of the worst places to live for a woman’ and Pravin Gordhan being the target of both Duduzane and Edward Zuma.

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Justice Malala is back and firing on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. The poverty figures recently released in South Africa are yet another damning indictment on a government continuing to fail the people of this country. Justice’s perspective are key here, along with his take on other hot political topics making news right now.

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The Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s is always bringing you the hottest in local affairs. This week Pauli van Wyk turns up the heat on Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, and how she is missing in action post her big loss in court. Bob Mugabe getting his wife Grace out of South Africa, KPMG’s integrity, the ANC disciplining their ‘disloyal’ MPs, and the mess that is Faith Muthambi.

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The Burning Platform, fired up by Nando’s, sees Justice Malala fan the flames of the parliamentary secret ballot discussion. The ANC won’t vote against the ANC, but there is more to it than this, as the numbers don’t help the opposition. The race to take over from Jacob Zuma as head of the ANC continues to divide, but will it create splinter groups worth worrying about?

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The stories of corruption and greed don’t rest, and neither does Justice Malala. Hot as ever on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s, Justice talks about the levels of corruption exercised by Brian Molefe, the issues around Trillian Capital and how easily the dots join around key role players. Is there a light at the end of this dark tunnel which is the current state of affairs in South Africa? Well Justice is the man to reveal this, as well as comment on the mess that is Bathabile Dlamini and how South Africans are becoming prisoners of politics.

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