Kingsley and Greg discuss all things Marikana. What happens now that the report has been released? Is anyone going to be held accountable? What do the families of the deceased have to say? They’re joined by Grace Gomba and Dennis Webster from Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) who have been supporting and representing […]

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Kingsley and Greg look at the continuation of Operation Fiela Reclaim that saw Cape Town station shut down with members of the SANDF arresting foreign nationals and seizing goods. They also go in depth on what is being described as racial cleansing in the Dominican Republic with Dr. Jemima Pierre, Associate Professor of African Diaspora […]

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Kingsley Kipury is joined by Africa Correspondent for the Daily Maverick Simon Allison as they put the focus on Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, they debunk arguments for allowing Bashir to leave the country and look into who is to blame for this. Lastly they look at the A.U plans to to create a Free Trade […]

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Kingsley & Greg look at the human side of being a police officer; amid reports of suicide, mental health and trauma. This is in the wake of an officer who stormed into an Alexandra police station and murdered four people. They also talk to Constitutional Court Judge Edwin Cameron about the stigma still surrounding HIV/AIDS […]

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Kingsley & Greg talk about FIFA and the arrests of top officials on allegations of bribery and corruption. They look at the implications for S.A and potential shady dealing around the 2010 World Cup. They also talk to Equal Education and dig into the results of an audit of township schools in Gauteng that found […]

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Kingsley is joined in studio by Gushwell Brooks. Did you know Africa has an anthem? You may soon be singing it at church. What set of circumstances results in thousands of people stranded and starving in a boat in the middle of the ocean with no-one willing to help? The world has 50 million refugees […]

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The army is still deployed in South Africa, rounding up citizens and foreigners, and Kingsley Kipury is joined by Greg Nicolson to ask what’s happening. The team also chat to Yale University Professor Thomas Pogge to look at the link between illicit financial flows and human rights. Finally, Dr Robert Mshengu Kavanagh comes into the […]

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We’re joined by Claire Waterhouse, who has been on the front lines of fighting Ebola as a fieldworker in Liberia which has just been declared Ebola free. Simon Allison tells us why there’s reason to be hopeful about the political unrest in Burundi, and asks – who regulates the UN? What happens when peacekeepers act […]

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Greg Nicolson hosts the show joined by Ranjeni Munusamy. We discuss all things DA and what to watch at the party’s elective conference this weekend. Who is Wilmot James? Can he give Maimane a run for his money for party leader? Does Maimane have enough experience for the top job? Also, an interview with Rebecca […]

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The team talks about the pissing contest between South Africa and Nigeria, and SA’s deteriorating reputation on the continent after the weeks of Xenophobic violence. Kingsley Kipury is joined in studio by Greg Nicolson and Gushwell Brooks. They interview Professor Achille Mbembe of the WISER (Wits Institute for Social & Economic Research) and Simon Allison.

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