Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol’s 1971 death was ruled a suicide until the courts last week said he had been tortured and murdered by police. Timol’s nephew Imtiaz Cajee unpacks the judgment and what it means for the country.

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Kenya’s Supreme Court ruled that the recent presidential elections were flawed. Writer and political activist Nanjala Nyabola unpacks what the judgment means for the country and the road to the rerun of the elections.

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After the recent massacre in Las Vegas, J Brooks Spector discusses the history, lobby groups, politics and ideologies that has seen the United State’s flooded with deadly weapons.

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Pauli Van Wyk from Daily Maverick’s investigative unit, Scorpio, explains KPMG’s recent apology to the country and the response from SARS.

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Daily Maverick’s Richard Poplak discusses the calamity across SA politics. Then the team talks about what Juba’s last post office means for South Sudan, and the dodgy networks looting Zimbabwe’s diamond fields.

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The team looks at three elections – Rwanda, Kenya and Angola – to see how the democratic process is playing out in the three countries. Kingsley says farewell after hosting his last show. Greg will continue bringing you the insights every week.

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Kingsley sits down with Professor Gqola to discuss her new book, Reflecting Rogue: Inside the Mind of a Feminist. She shares her journey through academia, feminism, blackness and South Africa.

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Activist Mark Heywood recently released his new book ‘Get Up! Stand Up!’ He comes into the studio to talk about his life in activism and civil society in South Africa.

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Ranjeni Munusamy joins the team to talk about the ANC’s challenges ahead of its December conference, and beyond.

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How do you raise children in a racist, sexist, unequal and violent world? The team speaks to three parents on how they negotiate the challenges.

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