Democratic Alliance Chief Whip and MP, John Steenhuisen, is in the hot seat this week. John explains his view of where South Africa will end up should the ANC remain in charge, why the EFF cannot be trusted, and how the DA hopes to make inroads at the next election. The hosts challenge the messaging and leadership of the party, multiple social media faux pas, and the DA’s seeming inability to stand on principle as often as required.

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Another bumper week of political activity calls for Kanthan Pillay and Phumi Mashigo to join the rest of the team to analyse the week’s biggest stories. Phumi emphasises the importance of individual responsibility as they cover the ANC manifesto, DA’s campaign trail, Dudu Myeni giving confidential NPA documents to Bosasa, Brexit and so much more. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Another bumper week of political activity calls for Kanthan Pillay and Phumi Mashigo to join the rest of the team to analyse the week’s biggest stories. Phumi emphasises the importance of individual responsibility as they cover the ANC manifesto, DA’s campaign trail, Dudu Myeni giving confidential NPA documents to Bosasa, Brexit and so much more.

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This week’s guest is comedian and co-host of the Triggernometry podcast, Konstantin Kisin. Konstantin explains why he refused to sign a contract designed to make a university comedy evening a ‘safe space’, how important he considers free speech to be, and what his podcast aims to achieve by talking with individuals who hold diverse ideas.

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Unmitigated corruption, deep-seated mismanagement and consumers getting sucked into higher tariffs – what exactly is going on at Eskom? Energy advisor Ted Blom is on a quest to make more citizens aware of what is happening at the power utility. In this conversation with Gareth, he explains why he thinks Eskom is on the verge of collapse – both operationally and financially – and is seeking to recoup its losses by further burdening the citizens of South Africa.

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It’s only been a few days of 2019 but there’s already so much heat sweeping the nation. Gareth, Phumi and Kanthan Pillay look at some of the recent political happenings – including what transpired at the ANC 107th birthday celebrations, SA receiving R9.8 billion from the BRICS New Development Bank and so much more. What are the team’s thoughts on Springbok captain Siya Kolisi’s comments about quotas in rugby? Find out here. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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It’s only been a few days of 2019 but there’s already so much heat sweeping the nation. Gareth, Phumi and Kanthan Pillay look at some of the recent political happenings – including what transpired at the ANC 107th birthday celebrations, SA receiving R9.8 billion from the BRICS New Development Bank and so much more. What are the team’s thoughts on Springbok captain Siya Kolisi’s comments about quotas in rugby? Find out here.

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It’s a tale of two Jasons on this episode of The Q. First up Jason Kull jumps back in, and Jason Patton returns to discuss the 2019 Government Shutdown that is continuing from last year.

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South Africa’s most downloaded weekly podcast returns in 2019. Start up the rotors, no commie is safe.

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Comedian Brian McDowell comes on The Q to discuss a “verbal tussle” him and host Mark Bland had regarding the position of success and how it should be viewed from his point of view. Brian disagrees with Mark, so Mark invited him on to discuss which comics are truly famous and which ones are D and C list celebs at best.

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