Justice Malala is in for a bumper edition of The Burning Platform, spiced up by Nando’s. He discusses credit rating agency Moody’s, what he says we need from President Zuma and the relationship between South Africa and Nigeria. Then, fresh off of Monday’s drama, the team also ask him about President Thabo Mbeki’s letter and #FeesMustFall being the newsmaker of 2015.

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There’s never a dull day in Zimbabwe! With 92-year-old Mugabe running for elections again, Justice Malala explains this situation before looking at the latest “Zuma versus Gordhan” saga, the number of lawyers the President actually keeps, as well as the latest on the IEC and other hot topics!

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Things get fired up by Nando’s as Justice Malala breaks down the Budget Speech. Get right to the bottom of what it means and how the changes could affect you. Justice gives his take on Pravin as a minister and comments on state-owned enterprises and the big wage bill. He also doesn’t leave before sharing his views on violence at universities.

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Justice Malala and Gareth Cliff discuss the State of the Nation Address – the drama, the chaos, the display of democracy in action… oh, and there was also a speech.

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On this edition of The Burning Platform, Justice Malala talks about expectations for the State of the Nation Address 2016. He also discusses how the recent events in the Constitutional Court over the Nkandla saga may influence this year’s proceedings.

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Do the Guptas really make all of our important decisions? This is the leading question on this scorching hot edition of The Burning Platform. Justice also discusses the potential leadership of the ANC, the upcoming Budget Speech and other political events to look forward to. Also, how much is actually going to be paid back?

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In a nation where frustrated citizens bare their bums at politicians, you need the likes of Justice Malala to be the voice of reason. In this edition of The Burning Platform fired up by Nando’s, Malala looks at intra-political party conflicts, gunshot homicides in Cape Town and Denis Goldberg on corruption, amongst other hot topics.

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Justice Malala doesn’t disappoint once again as he brings the hottest political headlines courtesy of Nando’s on The Burning Platform. This week he focuses on questions and topics such as – Why Bantu Holomisa went to the Public Protector; Who’s actually funding our political parties?; As well as the race debates taking place currently.

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Bringing the heat once again in 2016, Justice Malala joins Gareth Cliff and the team for another scorching  hot edition of The Burning Platform. Together they look at why the country’s recent drama is convenient for the President, why Justice finds race discussions in SA unsettling and Thabo Mbeki breaking his silence, amongst other hot topics of course.

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Here’s a bumper edition of The Burning Platform to end the year off. The latest on the ‘Miners Shot Down’ documentary gets discussed including Gareth giving his take on it. Following the firing of Nhlanhla Nene on a Sunday night, Justice gets to the bottom of President Jacob Zuma making this decision and how greed is coming into play here.

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