The team is joined by Prof Bonang Mohale and friend to the show Phumlani Majozi, as they talk about the recent political news which includes coalitions of parties, the anticipated Covid-19 fourth wave, the decline of the ANC and what it means for South Africa.

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25.11.21 Pt 2 - Prof Bonang Mohale and Phumlani Majozi chat to Gareth and Phumi and the state of South Africa. They look at the decline of the ANC, the future of coalitions, Eskom and how the government should call on the private sector to achieve the plans that they put in place.

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Rorisang Tshabalala and Sara Gon join the team to speak about loadshedding, local government coalitions, the reaction to FW de Klerk’s death, the Miss SA Israel debacle and more.

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18.11.21 Pt 2 - Sara Gon and Rorisang Tshabalala join the team to discuss the latest political news, including local government election coalitions, FW de Klerk’s death, load shedding and more.

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18.11.21 Pt 1 - Would Gareth make a great pastor? The West Rand is back in the spotlight, proving that reality is way crazier than movies... and Phumi is a little peeved at Eskom’s ‘regrettably’ notification!

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Leeto Nthoba - who is no stranger to the show - shares some horrific stories from Welkom that leave Phumi and Gareth wondering what the way forward could be. They then get into electricity and the loadshedding mess we are facing.

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11.11.21 Pt 2 - Lecturer at the Central University of Technology, debater, and socio-political analyst, Leeto Nthoba shares the reality of living in Welkom, and the horror stories that he has witnessed there. They get into some of the social issues, a loadshedding mess, and Phumi decides to go to Welkom to help out.

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11.11.21 Pt 1 - The main man Gareth is back... and he spills the tea on his time off and where he was. Who would you call to help you get rid of a dead body? Phumi changed her hair colour - Mbulelo is intrigued to find out why.

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Siv Ngesi and Dumo Denga join the team to have a candid conversation about the recent local elections that took place. They look at why people didn’t vote, future coalitions that will have to take place, and how the IEC can do better to educate people on how to vote.

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04.11.21 Pt 2 - The team - alongside Siv Ngesi and Dumo Denga - take a look at the recent local elections, and try to analyse the results, why the voter turnout was so low, and how the political parties could have done differently.

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