11.06.20 Pt 2 - Is vilifying the rich a political game, or does it have teeth as an argument? How do you make your money work for you from an early age? Would NDZ have made a better president than Cyril Ramaphosa? Is nationalising the Central Bank an option for prosperity in South Africa?

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Did the townships of South Africa get the lockdown right vs the suburban approach? Will South Africa's private healthcare system be crippled because of lockdown? How the country reopens will come at a political cost and the vultures are circling already it seems. The tensions between systemic power and racial subjugation are at an all time high in America after George Floyd's murder - where to now for the home of the brave? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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04.06.20 Pt 2 - Is the court ruling about the unconstitutional nature of lockdown a great win for society at large, or potential disaster for the health of the nation? Has the government managed South Africa correctly during Covid-19? What are we to make of rioters?

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Is it a good idea to have private security firms to carry out state justice? What is distributive justice and how does it shape ideology? Does the private sector serve society at large better than a capable state? If a government doesn't trust its citizens, what is the logical conclusion? Armed forces are trained to kill, so what happens when their barrels are aimed at their own citizens? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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28.05.20 Pt 2 - Has the inept nature of the South African state changed leftist ideology and veneration of the ANC's government? Should the military be able to judge their own cases of egregious violence imposed upon the society? Dudu Myeni has finally been deemed to be a delinquent director, and she may never be a corporate head honcho again... significant or not?

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How does the formative ANC structure differ from the one we see today ideologically? Does Covid-19 render the political landscape fertile for totalitarianism in South Africa? Is the economic and philosophical illiteracy of news reporters dangerous for society at large? If we lose a generation of black graduates in the formal economy because of lockdown regulation, what does that mean for the future of South Africa's social landscape? WHO should pay the biggest price globally for this pandemic? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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21.05.20 Pt 2 - The Donald is taking medicine and the American media have lost their minds. Could this be why people have lost trust in the mainstream media? Are most people fit to run their personal lives, contrary to the way the government treats them? Where has the EFF been during lockdown... why so quiet?

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Frans Cronje joins us this week and his suggestions about policy vs on the ground policing of Covid-19 will not be served well by the annals of history. Is the dissonance between the ANC and the Western Cape government political, or is it led by fact? How should we read the data around the case fatality rate? Death vs Economy... is it just about "market before life"? Brought to you by Nando’s. Frans Cronje's book, The Rise or Fall of South Africa, is available now on Kindle.

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The team is joined by Unathi Kwaza this week. Is the very notion of a lockdown classist, or is it broadly applicable and helpful to all South African citizens? Can the formal sector learn anything from the informal sector about navigating a pandemic-ravaged economic climate? Should all laws be equal in the eyes of the citizenry, and what happens if laws aren't applicable across the board? Are the ANC the main reason for the crushing poverty many South Africans still endure 26 years after democratic liberation? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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07.05.20 Pt 2 - Xoli Mngambi and Jane Dutton have been forced to apologise for giving an opinion on eNCA about NDZ. Do apologies work in public? Is the public tired of mainstream media? Is the lockdown a classist social measure? What does flattening the curve actually mean?

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