Ranjeni Munusamy joins the team to talk about Pravin Gordhan and court action against President Zuma, Vuwani and SAPS corruption.

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Kingsley looks at important news across the continent – including charges of crimes against humanity against former Chadian President Hissene Habre, Zambia’s President Edgar Lungu charging his opposition with treason, and Ugandan activist Stella Nyanzi imprisoned for calling the president a pair of buttocks on Facebook.

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Kingsley sits down with award-winning indigenous Australian filmmaker, Rachel Perkins. She shares her journey of documenting the indigenous Australian story and provoking national conversations about the country’s past.

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South Africa continues to face a myriad of challenges. Mobilising and movement building is seen as one answer. But how do we do it? We ask activists Jay Naidoo, Anele Yawa and Busisiwe Seabe.

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Kingsley flies solo today. He explores the fallout from a UN report classifying Israel as an Apartheid state, why African debt is reaching critical levels, how drones are delivering life saving services and why almost 5 years on, there’s still no justice for Marikana.

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Fifty years ago the people of the Chagos Islands were forcefully removed from their homes and forced into exile. It had a devastating effect on their livelihood, culture and humanity. This year they may finally be able to return home.

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Kingsley Kipury and Greg Nicolson look at some of the biggest issues in the news this week… including Somaliland’s fight for recognition, political unrest in Mozambique, and whether Uber is competing unfairly.

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Could 17 million South Africans not receive their social grants on April 1st? The team looks at the crisis around social grant disbursement – from the history to the future.

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The team sits down with Ranjeni Munusamy and Simon Allison. They talk through the news, including a potential cabinet re-shuffle, who’s set to be the next South African president, xenophobic attacks and South Africa’s withdrawal from the ICC.

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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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