The next 5 years of cryptocurrency could be interesting, what should we be looking for within the innovation space? Can crypto change how the world operates? Could digital currencies help to eradicate corruption and increase culpability for those in power? Would a digital currency Central Bank be good or bad for society? If you are interested in investing in cryptocurrency, see Revix’s easy to understand bundles by clicking here.

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How does one collate data when the governments of the world are hellbent on lockdowns as the only solution to solving a global pandemic? Has the gathering of data been transparent globally? Is the function of WHO to scare people so that they change their behaviour? How will Sweden be judged by history for not locking down? Social media can help or hinder progress… how should we navigate those waters?

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Phumlani Majozi joins us to discuss the notion of good ideas and organising a country properly. Can government, business and labour ever march to a single beat? Hong Kong took decisive action after they were liberated, is that a replicable model for other nations who achieve liberation? Is the idea of race-based politics hindering poverty alleviation? Is BEE fundamentally flawed? Brought to you by Nando’s.

 

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The Covid-19 lockdown is taking its toll on the South African hair industry. Too many livelihoods are being detrimentally impacted by the reality, pushing Stoffel Van Wyk to speak out against it. Stoffel, who is a master hairstylist and has worked in the industry for 27 years, speaks to Gareth about taking legal action against the government in order to get his beloved field fully working and open again.

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30.04.20 Pt 2 – Lockdown with a wife is not that bad if you love her or just obey her. It might work out for most leaders if they said to themselves more often, “We just don’t know!” How and why is South Africa historically tied at the hip to Cuba? Lindiwe Zulu wears many bright hats, if only she would wear the political minister hat she’s paid to wear.

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Special guest Russell Lamberti joins us this week and asks whether the lockdown in South Africa failed from day one? Is it immoral to prevent people from working? Can we trust the ANC to administer the R500 billion relief fund without being corrupt? The economy of South Africa is now on its last legs, can it survive the impact of state-imposed stunted economic activity? Is Cyril Ramaphosa being exposed as not fit for office?. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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The lockdown can sometimes feel like a daunting period, especially if you don’t understand why it has to happen… yes to save lives, but are there any other tangible reasons for it? From the revelation of oligarchs who may have South Africa’s economy at their beck and call, to ensuring that South Africa’s social security is kept in order – our returning champions deliver on some of the hottest speaking points as the coronavirus lockdown continues in South Africa. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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23.03.20 Pt 1 – The thing about under-reacting in Covid-19 times is that the downside is death, and that doesn’t sound fun. Having said this, should you become friends with anyone in your complex, because what happens when you get healthy? How should you handle being stuck at a wedding with no alcohol? If someone coughs in the grocery store in the same aisle as you, maybe it’s worth staying at home forever more. And does a big forehead mean you are just cooler?

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When you leave the intelligence services, can you just go back to a normal life? Public interest and national interest are always in a delicate relationship, but who manages it? South Africa is filled with racial tension – both now and historically. What happened during apartheid if you loved a person with a different skin colour? Moe Shaik gives us his take on the limitations he faced when he was the head of intelligence. His book, ‘The ANC Spy Bible’, is sure to have tongues in South Africa’s power sanctums wagging for some time to come. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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19.03.20 Pt 2 – Certain tribes are just better at cleaning their backside, let’s accept that. Is the rise of technocracies a threat to civil liberty? Is government intelligence run like James Bond runs his operation, or is it just a normal day job? Schabir Shaik – who loves golf – does not represent his whole family. And did Jacob Zuma’s intelligence hand democracy as we know it to South Africans?

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