The team explores why many African countries are now disputing their maritime borders, what has led to the 500 reported deaths in Ethiopia, and who won the first US Presidential debate.

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Journalist Kevin Bloom joins the team to talk about his investigative story into how one of the world’s biggest tourism companies is culpable for the deaths of South African sailors. Then, Kingsley and Greg talk about; why the Gauteng Department of Health needs to explain the deaths of 36 of it’s psychiatric patientns and the ongoing #FeesMustFall protests. Read Kevin Bloom’s article here.

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Daily Maverick Africa correspondent Simon Allison joins the team to talk about his recent travels, elections in Gabon, instability in Zimbabwe, and where Africa’s donkeys are going.

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Amidst protests at Pretoria High School for Girls, the team interrogates the struggles of black students in historically white schools. Then they look back at South Sudan’s first five tumultuous years and what’s needed to restore lasting peace.

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As new councils take office, the team is joined by Ranjeni Munusamy to analyse the local government elections wrap.

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The team looks at Lonmin’s failure to provide basic housing and the negotiations on state compensation. They then sit down with author Luke Sinwell and discuss his book, The Spirit of the Marikana Massacre.

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On the eve of voting day, the team talks to representatives from different parties to find out why undecided voters should vote for them.

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With only a week until the local government elections, the Daily Maverick team discusses the latest in politics before the highly-contested polls.

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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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