Mcebo Dlamini was one of the loudest voices in the 2015 #FeesMustFall protests and he paid the price for it. He chats to Gareth Cliff about his feelings on the ANC, the EFF, Blade Nzimande and the current protests. Candice Mama then shares her story about her forgiveness journey after her father was murdered by Apartheid cop, Eugene de Kock.

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After a year of lockdown, where does SA business go from here? Gareth Cliff is joined by Monwabisi Thethe, Liz Letsoalo and Neal Froneman. Plus, a look at the #R10GoesALongWay campaign with Lasizwe Dambuza.

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South African-born tech entrepreneur Vinny Lingham speaks to Gareth Cliff about his thoughts on cryptocurrency.

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Gareth Cliff breaks down the week’s biggest stories with Trevor Gumbi and Celeste Ntuli. Plus SA-born tech entrepreneur Vinny Lingham gives his thoughts on cryptocurrency.

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Gareth Cliff breaks down Tito Mboweni's latest Budget with Tony Leon, Giulietta Talevi and Dumo Denga. Then Lebanese-American conservative author Brigitte Gabriel tells us why Americans should be wary of Joe Biden.

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Gareth Cliff talks education, unemployment and pandering politicians with Siya 'Slikour' Metane, Unathi Kwaza and Rob Hersov. Plus special guest - The Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief, David Smith.

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Cancel culture, ‘Woke Twitter’ and hypocrisy – 'Podcast and Chill' host DJ MacG stirred controversy recently with remarks on his podcast, and he takes Gareth Cliff through the aftermath.

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Gareth Cliff rounds up the week’s news with Abed Ahmed and Leeto Nthoba, plus controversial podcast host DJ MacG speaks of the aftermath of cancel culture.

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Whether in the news, what you see happening in parliament or even in your ward at home, do you trust those who are "called to lead"? Gareth Cliff gets into that conversation with political analyst KF Malindi Jr, the Democratic Alliance's Mbali Ntuli and comedian Chris Forrest. Then, journalist, satirist and YouTube host Adeola Fayehun chats to Gareth about the complex and often hilarious work that goes into commenting on African politics.

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It’s one thing being locked down for a virus... but imagine being locked up by Al-Qaeda for six years while travelling through Africa? Gareth Cliff speaks to Al-Qaeda hostage survivor, Stephen McGown.

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