When large corporations come together to make sure that everyday South Africans have to pay more for basic goods and services, there is a transfer of wealth from average citizens to the wealthy. The team talks to experts about the culture of business collusion and the fight against it.

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Kingsley sits down with award-winning journalist Pontsho Pilane. She talks about her experience producing some of the best coverage of the #FeesMustFall movement via the Daily Vox, her switch to health journalism, and how she ended up presenting to a room full of members of parliament. Pontsho’s story is that of someone who consistently defies the odds, overcoming sexism and structural racism to be one of best young journalists in the country. She tells her story, all with her characteristic humour and no holds barred honesty.

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The team runs through the biggest news stories from around the world – including Trump’s executive orders, whether the ANC broke the law on their black ops war room… and we review Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s time as African Commission Chair.

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The team talks to Noseweek’s Martin Weltz about Absa and apartheid corruption. Then they delve into how patent law reform could save lives. Finally, they discuss restorative justice versus the criminalisation of hate crimes and hate speech.

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The Daily Maverick team discusses some of the key stories it will be watching in 2017, from Trump to the ANC succession race and politics in The Gambia, Angola and Kenya.

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Simon Allison speaks to Daily Maverick sports journalist Antoinette Muller about her longform article Beyond the Boundary, on South Africa’s long history of racial exclusion in cricket and attempts to transform the sport.

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The team digs into a strike on Robertson winery where farmworkers complain of apartheid-era conditions, why 20,000 Americans are protesting against a pipeline, and how Gambia chose democracy.

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The team talks about the looming disaster with social grants, the backlash around a national minimum wage, and why everyone is leaving the ICC.

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What’s it like being black, African, female and queer? Kingsley sits down with Tiffany Kagure Mugo and Maneo Refileo Mohale to explore the unique pressures around visibility, representation, activism and sexual health.

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On US election day, the team talk to Ranjeni Munusamy in Pittsburgh, before breaking down the State Capture report and looking into repression ahead of the Gambian elections.

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