The strange business of Bonginkosi Khanyile’s six months in police custody, without a charge, kicks things off on The Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. Justice Malala cut to the chase as always, talking EFF and land expropriation without compensation. Collen ‘Oros’ Maine is shouting his mouth off again, the mess that is SASSA is getting messier, then Brian Molefe and xenophobia gets a good grilling too.

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The Budget Speech suggests Pravin Gordhan is a weak Finance Minister, but the fact he is still in the job tells another story. Justice Malala fires things up around this and more on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. Tax aside, political infighting also comes up with movements across the board.

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Nothing escapes the eye of Justice Malala on the Burning Platform, brought to you by Nando’s. So naturally he is the guy to go to on this bank collusion scandal that has just broken. The Paul O’Sullivan matter also comes into the spotlight, and how the police acted on that. What’s the EFF’s next move, and is the ANC on the ropes more now than ever?

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Justice Malala comes in for an actual State of the Nation Address on the Burning Platform, brought to you by Nando’s. The bringing in of the army just further confirms the failings of President Zuma and his administration. Will he be held to account during the speech though, or will he again be oblivious to issues and deflect attention elsewhere? Could this be his last SONA? Justice elaborates on this and more.

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Justice Malala is on fire this week on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s, slamming MEC Qedani Mahlangu and all the role players that saw 94 mentally ill patients die unnecessarily. More tender irregularities on the back of that with SASSA and the latest on Zimbabwe’s ruined nation.

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You get paid, you get paid, everyone on #PaidTwitter gets paid! Justice Malala turns up the heat on what has been a fiery week here in South Africa on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. What next in the manipulation of news on social media, and how will this influence elections going forward? This and so much more from South Africa’s premier political analyst.

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After a break over the holidays, Justice Malala returns for the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. He turns up the heat on what is happening in the ANC. Will Zuma’s successor just end up being a proxy for the President though, and further underline that the ANC is a rotten organisation? The cost of the ANC losing municipalities, the latest Eskom problem around defaulted payments and much more.

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Justice Malala turns up the heat for the last time in 2016 on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. He goes out with a bang with some hard hitting political analysis not to be missed.

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It’s been a bad year for the SABC, and it seems to be getting worse. Justice Malala, on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s, kicks things off this week with this story. Does the ANC have an unlikely successor making his way up the ranks? Reviewing 100 days of the DA in charge of the Gauteng municipalities and more.

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Justice Malala is in for another week of scandal and gossip in South African politics. Kicking off with the biggest story this week, President Jacob Zuma suspected that he might not have the numbers that he thought he had in the MEC. The extension of the Zuma years of governance ends in 2019… what will happen then, given that his popularity has plummeted to below 20% amongst South Africans.

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