06.08.20 Pt 2 – Is the state of life on the street vs the flourishing of big business troubling for social cohesion? The notion that people in the townships don’t pay for electricity might need a review. Should an interviewer be allowed to get emotional in an interview, or is there decorum that must be observed? Should the free market be allowed to run free – with no state intervention?

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If the choice is between buying food or data, how can we afford an education? Professor Jonathan Jansen explains why he thinks schools should not reopen this year. Unathi Kwaza, Mandy Wiener and Mighti Jamie talk freedom vs responsibility… and Leon Schuster speaks about being ‘cancelled’.

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The team is joined by Unathi Kwaza this week. Is the very notion of a lockdown classist, or is it broadly applicable and helpful to all South African citizens? Can the formal sector learn anything from the informal sector about navigating a pandemic-ravaged economic climate? Should all laws be equal in the eyes of the citizenry, and what happens if laws aren’t applicable across the board? Are the ANC the main reason for the crushing poverty many South Africans still endure 26 years after democratic liberation? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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07.05.20 Pt 2 – Xoli Mngambi and Jane Dutton have been forced to apologise for giving an opinion on eNCA about NDZ. Do apologies work in public? Is the public tired of mainstream media? Is the lockdown a classist social measure? What does flattening the curve actually mean?

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