In this final episode, mediated by Gareth Cliff, Martin Hood is joined by Tholoana Qhobela from the Gun Safe Cities campaign. Things get heated as they debate various aspects of firearm laws, gun ownership, and the controversial Gun Safe Cities short film.

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Former President Jacob Zuma’s testimony at the State Capture Inquiry was slightly anticlimactic, given that he didn’t admit much. City Press journalist Juniour Khumalo, who’s been covering the Inquiry, has read between the lines nonetheless and gives his take on what our previous Number One citizen disclosed. Following the death of legendary musician Johnny Clegg, Gareth interrogates the team on where the boundaries of cultural appropriation lie. Could Hillary Clinton be the answer the democrats need? Kanthan Pillay teases that idea when discussing the 2020 elections, and more around US politics. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Martin Hood joins the Gareth Cliff show to explain the positive judgment the South African Arms and Ammunition Dealers Association (SAAADA) has received in their High Court matter against the National Commissioner of the South African Police Services.

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The idea of emigrating comes with many questions. Thankfully, EB-5 expert Dan Wycklendt from FirstPathway Partners has some of your burning questions covered in this interview with Gareth Cliff. FirstPathway Partners helps foreign investors become United States Citizens through the Department of Homeland Security Immigrant Investor (EB-5) program. Dan eloquently discusses your options for emigration to the United States through investment here.

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All you need to know resolved in one quick and easy podcast! Gareth Cliff asks and Martin Hood answers questions related to gun laws, the amnesty, licensing, expirations, renewals, and more.

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Journalist Thando Maeko has been reporting on the Public Investment Corporation inquiry; she chats to the team about her observations – most recently on former CEO Dan Matjila’s testimony. There are also the week’s other big political stories, like Marianne Thamm’s investigation on the EFF. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Many people own guns for self defence… but where do they stand legally? How is the security industry affected, and where do the police fit in? Martin Hood is joined by lawyer and podcast host Roman Cabanac, as they dissect the proposed amendments to South African firearm legislation.

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Kanthan Pillay joins Phumi and Siya for “The Burning Platform”. Together with Daily Maverick’s Tabelo Timse, they unpack her story that reveals the Ekurhuleni municipality is spending R1.9 billion on chemical toilets. There’s also a discussion about the G20 summit, OUTA’s plan to take legal action against the eThekwini Municipality and more on “The Burning Platform”, fired up by Nando’s.

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Kanthan Pillay joins Phumi and Siya for “The Burning Platform”. Together with Daily Maverick’s Tabelo Timse, they unpack her story that reveals the Ekurhuleni municipality is spending R1.9 billion on chemical toilets. There’s also a discussion about the G20 summit, OUTA’s plan to take legal action against the eThekwini Municipality and more on “The Burning Platform”, fired up by Nando’s.

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Where does one buy guns legally, and what else can one find at these dealerships? And more importantly, how do the dealers operate within the confines of the law as it currently stands in South Africa? Martin Hood has a brutally honest conversation with Jonathan Fouché from the South African Arms & Ammunition Dealers Association.

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