Ranjeni Munusamy joins the team for a round up of current affairs including the ANC succession race, Homo naledi, the migrant crisis in Europe and the beautification of Benedict Daswa…

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Lawyers, civil society and former mineworkers speak on their attempts to get compensation from mining houses who exposed them to silicosis, despite knowing the health risks…

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Are we on the cusp of affordable, high quality education in South Africa? The team sits down with Nonhlanhla Masina – one of the trailblazers working to make this a reality…

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As Women’s Month begins the team chat to Vanguard contributor Anele Nzimande, Feminist Stokvel member Kavuli Nyali-Binase and the South African Young Feminist Activist’s Mase Ramaru about challenges within feminism, the relevance of Women’s Month and possible areas for advancement.

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What is the state of politics in Swaziland? Greg Nicholson and Fatima Mathivha speak to Mario Masuku, leader of banned opposition party Pudemo, after his release from prison. Then, as the winter initiation season ends, they discuss efforts to reduce deaths and injuries.

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The team talks about education in South Africa. Rather than bemoan the state of education in the country, the team look at the people and projects leading the way in innovating education. They’re joined in studio by Melanie Smuts (Founder & CEO of Streetlight Schools), Lebang Nong (Founder of Katlehong Pele Education) and Athambile Masola […]

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As Cosatu finally meets for its special national congress, what’s the future of the labour movement and what influence will it have on the tripartite alliance? Greg Nicholson and Daily Maverick intern Fatima Mathiva find out from Ranjeni Munusamy. They also look at the Western Cape High Court ruling against garnishee orders on poor farm […]

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