Zimbabwe is burning, so the Nando’s Burning Platform with Justice Malala naturally starts there. The dynamics at play in Zim right now are something South Africans needs to take notice of, just as much as the turmoil at the SABC. Mandela’s legacy, the relevance of small parties in the elections, Justice covers it all.

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The Burning Platform fired up by Nando’s gets July off to a fiery start. Justice takes stock of the Tshwane uprisings and what it means to the ANC. Zuma’s R7.8 million payback amount naturally comes into question, but who will pay this? Gupta gumption, can the ANC ever be ‘opposition’ and of course, oh dear King Hlaudi and his pet project the SABC. Justice is as unstoppable as ever.

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As Tshwane unravels, all we can do is turn to Justice Malala for the latest Burning Platform presented by Nando’s. What started the unrest? Who started the unrest? What is the extent of ANC involvement here? Loyiso Nkohla jumps ship to the DA, which is oddly ironic. Political no-go zones and a Gupta Bank, South Africa is just never a dull place.

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SARS paid KPMG how much?! Justice Malala is back with The Burning Platform, presented by Nando’s. Another fiery week in SA politics and the economy as the country managed to survive the next ratings agency evaluation. Cabinets are being reshuffled, terror threats are being made, and millions on millions are being paid for unsuccessful reports.

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Justice Malala looks at the political violence that reared its ugly head in KZN. The process to find Thuli Madonsela’s replacement has started. He also discusses the Auditor-General’s report and explains why the president is fully in charge.

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Get ready for clarity on all of your unanswered questions – Justice Malala tackles the heated Hammanskraal protests and the countdown to the local government elections on 3 August. Together with the team, he also looks at Thuli Madonsela’s possible successors, and President Zuma being called the “Blesser in Chief”!

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Justice Malala discusses all the heated issues trending in SA. He tackles the Parliament chaos, which begs the question – what will the legacy of the parliament be? Justice also touches on Pravin Gordhan’s possible arrest and thoughts on the manipulation of state, which leads to the question of who will defend the state.

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This week, The Burning Platform answers all of the heated questions South Africans have right now. Justice Malala tackles the death threat of the Public Protector and the way the President has been spending money. This leads to the question: What do Africans deserve? Lastly, take a listen to Justice’s take on how the situation in Vuwani is being dealt with and what this says about the state of South Africa.

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With a political scene much like a bad reality TV show, Justice Malala has loads to dissect this week on The Burning Platform fired up by Nando’s, beginning with the big battle of accountability in South Africa. He also takes a look at President Zuma and his 783 criminal charges, as well as the key issue in the schools burnt down in the Limpopo protests. Find out why Justice says he’s tired of Zwelinzima Vavi too. Lastly, Julius Malema has said the next elections are between the ANC and the EFF – what does this say about the other political parties? Justice also gives his take on this.

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Ready for some Nando’s political heat? Justice Malala brings it on The Burning Platform as he dissects what Collen Maine has been up to, Fikile Mbalula’s recent comments before looking at one of the most educated leaders in the world – President Robert Mugabe.

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