The history of South Africa’s freedom fighters are well known. The stories of the remarkable women who played an important role in the struggle against apartheid however, sadly often remain untold. eNCA has finally given some of these incredible women a voice, and Gareth chats to the team behind it all – Michelle Craig (eNCA anchor), Mmanaledi Mataboge-Mashetla (Senior Researcher), and Helene Nieuwenhuis (Senior Producer for Special Projects).

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Need to know what’s happening in the world of politics the world over? Then this is the podcast for you. Gareth and the team examine stories like Boris Johnson’s new position as Prime Minister and how President Trump is dealing with ‘The Squad’, before bringing it back to South Africa by discussing jobs, where President Ramaphosa is, and the rise of the private sector, amongst other things. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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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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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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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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Content hosted by iono.fm Human trafficking can have continuous results, long after a survivor has moved. To explore more on this topic, host Hlubi Mboya Arnold speaks to thought-leaders and experts on the effects of human trafficking and what society can begin to do to mend from it. Tabitha Lage (Founder of Hope Risen Foundation), […]

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Maths has never been a strong point for the #GCS members, which leaves them confused when trying to figure out how many days there are left until Christmas. Gareth and Siya are worried about Casper de Vries, following an unfortunate accident he had. Find out what happened when Taraji P Henson came into town… before a look at the news and a dose of positivity.

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Do you struggle to control yourself around cute animals? Well you are not alone. Gareth gets a long email from Kelly highlighting a major employment issue in South Africa. This leads to Damon having an argument based on not much, the highest earning musicians in 2018, Black Friday transactions in South Africa… then George Mienie with the latest from the world of cars.

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If you’re looking for a unique, spicy take on this week’s biggest current affairs stories, then this is for you. Comedians John Vlismas and Simmi Areff join Gareth in recapping what has gone down in the world of politics recently. They cover heated topics like the SABC retrenchments, the State Capture commission, De Lille’s new party and how unjustified giving people people a platform sometimes is. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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If you’re looking for a unique, spicy take on this week’s biggest current affairs stories, then this is for you. Comedians John Vlismas and Simmi Areff join Gareth in recapping what has gone down in the world of politics recently. They cover heated topics like the SABC retrenchments, the State Capture commission, De Lille’s new party and how unjustified giving people people a platform sometimes is.

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