JJ Cornish joins the team to talk about the eSwatini King closing schools immediately and indefinitely, France’s President Emmanuel Macron says the killing of Algerian protesters in Paris 60 years ago was an "unforgivable crime”, and Sudan’s military leadership wants another coup to end the biggest political crisis the country has experienced since the fall of Omar Al Bashir two years ago. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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19.10.21 Pt 1 - Gareth is happy and content with his life, but is looking for a fresh challenge. Lebang suggests that he should have a kid, and Mbulelo thinks he should take up archery. JJ Cornish then updates us on what’s happening around Africa.

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13.04.21 Pt 1 - According to her Instagram bio, she’s a part-time twerker and full-time clown, Nina Hastie joins the team and talks about depression and what it actually looks like. It’s a candid conversation about the difference between simply feeling emotional, and actually being depressed.

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Biden’s inaugural address was a soulful plea to come together. After being in office for a week he has already overturned Donald Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the US military, and rejoined the Paris climate agreement... is President Joe Biden better than Trump, or will the honeymoon phase come to an end sooner than expected? The Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief David Smith joins the team to discuss what’s happening in the USA. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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28.01.21 Pt 2 - Phumi is counting down the days until private schools open, as she has had it with homeschooling! David Smith, the Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief who is based in the epicentre of all US politics, joins the team to discuss what’s happening in America.

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