The US election ends next week – and the country seems split down the middle. Are we too polarised to live side by side, or will the ballot box divide us irreparably? With Deborah Droke, Dom Leon-Davis, Dr Jonathan Witt and special guest Sasha-Lee Olivier.

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Why did Tito go off script during his Medium Term Budget Speech? Were his comments about Tygerberg Hospital unethical, and how much power does he have in reality? Is SAA a distraction, or simply a failing SOE? It’s important to keep an eye on the Zondo Commission so you are better informed for elections. How do we deal with debt and taxes? And the team takes bets on who will win the US election. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast ‘Blind History’ – created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters.

A tiny little Queen with enormous power – reputed to have had no sense of humour. That’s how most people know Queen Victoria, but in fact she was a progressive, sensitive and quite strident woman in an age where those things were mostly frowned upon. Let’s see if you’re amused in this episode of Blind History…

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Simón Bolívar was the Napoleon of South America – although if you called him that, he might have cut your head off. He could have had the easy life of a rich landowner in Venezuela, but chose instead to create a new Europe in South America. Bolívar made a mark on South America that endures to this day… and is one of the few men in history to have a country named after him.

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The Covid-19 lockdown has affected the global economy, but the life of citizens has been different on each continent. Laurel McCulloch of ‘Pumpkin Patch’ fame – who is now a New Zealand citizen living in Australia – joins us to discuss how living in the first world isn’t blissful during a global pandemic. How stringent is Australia’s lockdown? Laurel also shares a touching story surrounding the tragic mosque shooting in Christchurch.

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To rectify the widely held misperceptions about the state of humanity, humanprogress.org gathers empirical data from reliable sources that look at worldwide long-term trends. Gareth Cliff speaks to editor Marian Tupy to find out what state the world is currently in.

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For the umpteenth time, South Africans are having to hear the term “economic restructuring” as part of the recovery plan for the country’s economy from the ANC-led government. Are we to trust Cyril Ramaphosa to lead us to the promised land, or should we be sceptical as citizens? Hunter Biden has possibly derailed his father’s Presidential campaign… how will this go with only two weeks remaining until the US election? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Pol Pot sounds like the kind of dish you’d order at a Cambodian restaurant – but it’s actually the name of one of the most horrific people ever to walk the Earth. For some reason he never makes it to the first division of truly maniacal, genocidal monsters of history… he’s always in the second tier, despite his own murderous efforts to make his mark. In his effort to socially engineer Cambodia, he killed more than a third of his people – and millions of bodies in mass graves are his grisly monument.

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On this week’s #AutoCentral – SA’s number one motoring podcast – George Mienie and Wandile Sishi invite the Managing and Marketing Directors of Jaguar Land Rover to unpack what it’s like living with the 2020 AutoTrader Car of the Year. Richard and Lisa discuss how the company is driving the future of mobility in South Africa, whilst the team discuss what is still needed in South Africa for EVs to become mainstream. Powered by AutoTrader.

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