The team chats about the Les Moonves plot thickening, Apple having a new app that’s ideal for dick pics, and Casper de Vries’s new appointment as an ambassador for Bravecto. Then, George Mienie wraps the week up with a motoring update.
What is behind Nike’s decision to support Colin Kaepernick in their new campaign? Australian comedian Jim Jefferies shares his thoughts on what he thinks it is. Gareth updates the team on what he’s up to in Cape Town, and Nolo regales the team with her Heritage Day outfit and her stance on the 24 September celebration.
Richard Poplak returns for the latest edition of The Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. He and Gareth assess the abilities of the opposition parties in South Africa, and if anyone can actually run this country. A boy with Autism finds a new lease of life in modelling, the Parktown Boys water polo coach to be sentenced, and Nolo’s previous penchant for foam and other things takes a new turn.
In a wonderful yet scary moment, Gareth turned into his father. Though that is the conclusion, the story behind it is far more interesting and involves the future of South Africa according to RW Johnson. The latest in news and sport from there, plus Siya’s positivity feature for the day.
After all the Women’s Month hullabaloo, Kagiso decides to switch things up and talk about things that women do not understand about men. Did you know that men are also suckers for compliments?
The Constitutional Court made a landmark cannabis ruling, and Katharine Child was there to report on the happenings. She chats to Gareth about what this means, then the team moves into what they would save from their homes in an emergency. A woman having a meltdown, a man is beaten to death by an Uber driver… then onto the subject of sport for social change. Allan Williams and Hendrick Modise from the Sport for Social Change Network talk about what they are about and the initiatives they are passionately promoting.
The Wednesday show features Gord, so that means the conversation can and will go in all sorts of directions. Surprise pregnancies, unexpected teeth, showering, Comic Con Africa, and the big weed ruling. Then some news, the sport, plus Siya’s positivity feature.
Afriforum Deputy CEO and civil rights activist Ernst Roets returns to the Renegade Report to discuss his recent presentation to Parliament. Roman explores some of the details around Afriforum’s advocacy against the expropriation of land without compensation, while Jonathan delves into the varied and interesting reactions from political parties and media personalities alike. Ernst discusses the ANC’s ‘National Democratic Revolution’, if Afriforum is becoming a political party, and what’s next in the fight against EWC.