The team speaks to protest leader Stern Zvorwadza about making ends meet in Zimbabwe, and the last days of Zanu-PF. Dr Blessing-Miles Tendai and Prof. Brian Raftopoulos join to talk about the economy, and disagree… saying Mugabe isn’t going anywhere yet.

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The team talks about the ICASA ruling against the SABC. Hear from Kenyan activist Boniface Mwangi about extra-judicial killings by Kenyan police, and lastly look back at the week that was in American race relations and policing.

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The team talks to Ranjeni Munusamy about Nkandla and the SABC, and Vanessa Burger about torture at Glebelands hostel, before being joined by Phumlani Pikoli and Lee Molefi from #2x to talk youth politics.

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The team look at the fight for LGBTI+ rights in Sub-Saharan Africa by talking to leading activists from different countries, looking at some of the gains made and present challenges, and interrogating the strategies of civil society.

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The number of refugees worldwide is now more than 65 million people. The team goes in-depth on the plight of refugees in South Africa, Europe and Dadaab – the largest refugee camp in the world. They also touch on what’s going on with the ANC’s Tshwane mayoral candidates, as well as a project to have Africa’s stolen loot offshore returned.

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The Daily Maverick Show team went behind the scenes at The Gathering and asked speakers about election priorities and government focus over the next 20 years. They spoke to Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, Mmusi Maimane, Zweli Mkhize, Bantu Holomisa, Parks Tau, Robert McBride, Zwelinzima Vavi, John Pearlman and Mark Heywood.

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Greg and Kingsley look back at The Gathering, an event that saw the country’s key political parties go head to head in the run-up to the local elections. They talk through key highlights, insights and insults.

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The team talks to Ranjeni Munusamy about the South African Communist Party’s scathing remarks about the ANC. Security expert Ryan Cummings gives us his view on South Africa’s exposure to terrorism, and looks back at one year of Nigeria’s President Buhari.

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Kingsley hosts Greg Nicolson and Simon Allison as they talk through Zimbabweans reclaiming their country, Africans being attacked in India, and Chad’s former president being convicted for war crimes.

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South Africa is such a divided and fractured nation that it can be difficult to engage with each other’s humanity. Kingsley and Greg are joined by Siphiwe Mpye, whose initiative ‘Imbawula’ uses storytelling as a way to bridge this divide.

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