We kickstart the show with Kanthan Pillay and Phumi Mashigo sharing their thoughts and opinions on what took place on The Burning Platform last week. The team then has a candid conversation about the upcoming local elections, their predictions, and voicing the importance of getting out and voting!

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28.10.21 Pt 2 - The team starts off by discussing the viral clip of Gareth, Mudzuli Rakhivhane and John Steenhuisen... which leads to a sizzling conversation about the upcoming elections, as they predict which party is going to win which ward.

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One South Africa’s national spokeswoman, Mudzuli Rakhivhane, and Federal Leader of the Democratic Alliance, John Steenhuisen, join Gareth to share their thoughts on coalitions, how we should vote in the upcoming local elections, and their stance on racial issues in the country.

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21.10.21 Pt 2 - This week Mudzuli Rakhivhane (One South Africa’s national spokeswoman) and John Steenhuisen (Federal Leader of the Democratic Alliance) join Gareth to talk about the upcoming local elections, those DA posters, and universities being in a complete mess.

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Helen Zille joins the Burning Platform this week to discuss Cyril Ramaphosa's address to South Africa coming out of the global pandemic. The by-election results for the DA were mixed... what was the reason for the strategy adopted for this election period? Is the presence of a multitude of small parties good for democratic stability? Is South Africa being racially divided by political parties for their own ends? Could the Cape secede from South Africa without civil war? Are identity politics the move of the moment, and is this political environment sustainable for South Africa to flourish? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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12.11.20 Pt 2 - There is an unspoken link between moustaches and paedophiles, and nobody has quite figured out why. #SoWhatNow? was postponed for President Ramaphosa's family meeting last night... should this be the real state of disaster? When you are faced with a moral decision which will affect the masses, always go back to the principle.

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