14.10.20 Pt 1 – If you are in the media, is it more important to get clicks or spell words correctly? What’s it like to go onto a hit TV show as a guest? What is the challenge faced by people who are trying to lose weight? The Police are on Twitter, and Sting isn’t happy about that. Amazon will deliver books to the moon soon. A billion dollars won’t solve all of your problems, but it’ll allow you to lay down your pipe… and ultimately that solves most of them.

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How does one collate data when the governments of the world are hellbent on lockdowns as the only solution to solving a global pandemic? Has the gathering of data been transparent globally? Is the function of WHO to scare people so that they change their behaviour? How will Sweden be judged by history for not locking down? Social media can help or hinder progress… how should we navigate those waters?

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South Africa is now joining the global north in terms of unlocking its economy and society entirely, citizens are concerned about the tracking and that isn’t going away. What is the biggest obstacle in unlocking efficient government in South Africa? Does Cyril Ramaphosa have the gumption to make the painfully hard decision to make South Africa a functional state?

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17.09.20 Pt 2 – The very nature of fame is confusing, why do people love it, and why do the famous love being famous? If you go into debt in life, who should you blame? Have Pentecostal Churches hurt the South African middle class more than anything else? Boris Johnson has new lockdown rules… how do people feel about that?

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08.09.20 Pt 1 – We can send a man to the moon, but one cable can bring down a whole recording. Click’s have now realised that hair is not worth the blow back. Are people getting triggered because it’s justified or are we just bored? Are News anchors interesting? What does it take to be rich in South Africa?

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How long should we give De Ruyter to turn Eskom around? The economic ramifications of South Africa’s lockdown are yet to be unveiled – just how bad could things get? How are marketing spend and economic prosperity linked? Retirement funds are on the table now for the ANC government, how real should our fears be? Biden or Trump… it’s come to this has it? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Is the Western Cape’s independence a realistic goal? Is the will of the majority important in democracy? Should South Africans be worried about South Africa’s march towards policies resembling other countries who believe in centralisation? Will skittish foreign investment return after lockdown-induced investment moratoriums? The economic pain of lockdown is still coming, but just how bad will it be for ordinary citizens? Joe Biden has his accuser on his running ticket now… what say the voters? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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The heat is now being turned up on society because they can’t feed their children, how long can this go on before a violent outburst occurs? Is the banking sector in South Africa ‘captured’, and can this situation be salvaged? When a judge needs a lawyer to fight their legal position, something is wrong isn’t it? It’s Women’s Month, but is the proliferation of gender politics helping or hurting the prosperity of society across the board? #VoetsekANC has been trending… what’s that all about? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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With large government gatherings being so predominant, how will society social distance if leaders don’t? Is extremism sustainable, because as we all know, “the tiger will always eat the trainer.” Should we gun train all citizens? Is the ANC turning into a mob-like organisation, using violence to oppress even the most vulnerable? Greg Arde, the author of ‘War Party: How the ANC’s political killings are breaking South Africa’, joins us to speak about the bloodbath in KwaZulu-Natal, and the factors that have led us here. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Employment: we delve into the stats on South Africans’ opinions on racially-based employment; we also ask whether it’s possible to make cadre employment work. Politics: the strife of the Cape Flats is well-documented, and it raises the question: why does it seem that solving societal problems is not a priority for career politicians? Economics: is big business in South Africa still big? And finally, South Africa’s lockdown hasn’t just been the last five months, it’s been the last decade. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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