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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Justice Malala dives into this week’s hottest political news, courtesy of Nando’s, starting off with the ANC manifesto launch and the tragic bus accident that followed. He also gives his opinion on why our leadership is spending a lot of time in the Middle East, the reality of unemployment in SA and the alleged rape crisis at Rhodes. Also, mark your calendars, the President is heading back to parliament on 17 May to answer more questions!

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There’s an odd Dubai link in our politics recently, what does this mean? Is it normal for people to just go on holiday for a day? Why was Baleka Mbete asked to run for president? Of course Justice Malala answers these questions for Gareth and the team as he looks at the latest political happenings. He also predicts the results of the upcoming elections and examines some possible coalitions between our parties.

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This spicy edition of The Burning Platform, fired up by Nando’s, sees Justice Malala heating things up by shining the light on the pressure President Zuma is now facing. Looking at the current political tension, the team deliberates on whether things can actually get fixed at the polls? Find why Justice says Mcebisi Jonas can’t be fired and hear his opinion on Vusi Mahlangu here.

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After a thrilling day in South African politics yesterday, Justice Malala is definitely the best person to rely on to break down all of the Constitutional Court happenings. From Mzwanele Manyi and Mathews Phosa’s comments, to how Justice rates Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s conduct, find your comprehensive update on the ruling on Nkandla here.

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You can always trust Justice Malala to break down the week’s hottest happenings in The Burning Platform, spiced up by Nando’s. He explains the latest on the Helen Suzman Foundation robbery, the assassination of Bazooka Radebe and building up to the “all eyes on President Zuma” as he heads to the Constitutional Court. He rounds things off by commenting on Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma coming back home and Julius Malema finally scoring his degree.

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The dam has broken open as Mcebisi Jonas, the Guptas and the ANC take over the headlines – has our country been sold? In The Burning Platform, fired up by Nando’s, Justice Malala steps in with his take on things including why he’s ashamed to be South African and what he thinks this saga means for President Jacob Zuma’s position. Then, he also takes a look at the developments in the Robert McBride case and the Omar al-Bashir story.

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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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