Dr Makhosi Khosa (ActionSA’s eThekwini mayoral candidate), alongside Colleen Makhubele (COPE’s Johannesburg mayoral candidate), join the team to elaborate on why we should vote for them, if coalitions are an option for them, and the current state of South Africa. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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14.10.21 Pt 2 - This week the team is joined by Dr Makhosi Khosa (ActionSA’s eThekwini mayoral candidate) and Colleen Makhubele (COPE’s Johannesburg mayoral candidate), as they discuss their plans if they are elected, the challenges they may be facing, and possible coalitions.

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15.09.21 Pt 1 - You’ve probably heard his voice on a commercial or two, Weza Matomane joins the guys as the guest co-host to shed some light on how to master the art of being a voice over artist. Then Sean Sanders announces a new referral promotion that could earn you up to R10k!

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Is there ever a quiet week in politics? Never, right? So if you’ve missed out on some of the buzz, The Burning Platform is here to catch you up on things, with analysis from one of the country’s sharpest minds. Gareth Van Onselen - who is a liberal, a humanist and a published author... but most of all, a political animal with a deep love for ideas, statistics and argument - joins the team this week. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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24.06.21 Pt 2 - Gareth Van Onselen - a liberal, a humanist and a published author - steps up to the heat to discuss this week’s latest current affairs. The team dive into the effect of policies on society, Twitter, fake news and elections taking place in America.

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According to Phumi, education is a long-term solution, but we need short-term fixes to get the South African economy back on track. Martin van Staden - jurist and author - joins the team to unpack his approach to public policy from a libertarian perspective. Which are the best performing economies, and what should our government be doing to improve the lives of the unemployed? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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03.06.21 Pt 2 - Where does South Africa stand politically? This week Martin van Staden, jurist and author based in South Africa, joins the show. His approach to public policy is from a libertarian perspective. The team get into the various solutions of improving the current state of the economy.

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28.05.21 Pt 1 - When Gareth is away the team comes to play. But typically, everything that can go wrong somehow does. Siya shares an interesting story that involves an Uber offering some extra sexual activity.

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06.05.21 Pt 1 - We can all agree that our grandparents are a special generation that we may not quite understand, but love to bits anyway! Speaking of old things, the Rotary Club of Johannesburg is celebrating its centenary - Grace Van Zyl chats to the team about the fantastic milestone. Also, Gareth reveals that he has a bit of a fascination with aliens.

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The team is joined by libertarian, former member of the Capitalist Party, and host of the ManPatria podcast, Dumo Denga. They take a scorching hot look at what’s happening in the world of politics and discuss land invasion, whether a new leftist party is a possible solution, cabinet reshuffles, cancel culture and more. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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