Ivo Vegter went along to some of the Constitutional Amendment hearings tabling the great land debate, and with that has some interesting feedback on this week’s Burning Platform, brought to you by Nando’s. Historical claims versus emotional claims to people just getting bussed into an area to make some noise, this is a hot topic where no end is in sight, but gives you a window into the future of the country.

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Justice returns to studio for the last time on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. He leaves on a fiery footing as he delves deep into Cyril Ramaphosa’s strange sudden announcement around changing the constitution on land reform. Justice and Gareth assess all the elements at play here, plus the NPA finally getting some heat that could lead to some long-awaited justice of its own.

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How is Zimbabwe planning to vote for the first time since 1980 that Mugabe isn’t on the ballot? What is the latest from the BRICS leadership? How can municipal manager Chris Magwangqana spend R90‚000 on ‘catering’ (which was fast food)? This week is Nando’s peri-peri hot as Justice looks at some of the biggest headlines.

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In the week of celebrating Madiba’s 100th birthday, Former President Obama had wise words to share at the annual Mandela Lecture, but will we take this to heart as citizens? Justice discusses this with Gareth before touching on the likes of the new Ipsos poll and what it may mean for next year, and what is going on with municipal appointments. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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King Goodwill Zwelithini’s land issue takes a turn as Cyril Ramaphosa bows to his needs. Justice Malala questions who really has the power in the country in this week’s Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. The rise of the strong man in world politics, and how people seem to want to be controlled in places. Duduzane Zuma’s court appearance in shackles, the NPA dragging their feet on everything, and petrol price issues.

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Justice Malala returns from some much needed time away with a fiery edition of the Burning Platform – presented by Nando’s. The Zulu king and his recent Imbizo is the first thing in the firing line, which brings up a hot new take on the land question. SASSA and the poorest of poor not getting paid, the Road Accident Fund and their expensive chairs, plus the question whether the ANC actually want to win the next elections. Get it all here.

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Jan-Jan Joubert stands in for Justice Malala this week on The Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. He is as the author of the fascinating new book ‘Who will rule in 2019’. He unpacks political situations like never before, giving you a unique insight into the volatile South African political climate heading into 2019. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Simon Allison steps in for Justice Malala on the Burning Platform, with a special look at matters on the African continent. Matters of the AU and their importance right now, the threat of Islamic insurgents in northern Mozambique, then onto the Zimbabwean elections. Simon is on the pulse of it all, delivering a hot current affairs package for you. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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The World Cup fever of #Russia2018 has Justice Malala reflecting on what a wonderful place South Africa was back in 2010. How Youth Day is getting hijacked by political parties, when it should have more focus on it than ever. The ANC is in shambles in KZN, and Jacob Zuma is naturally at the middle of this. The Public Protector is again courting controversy, Cash-In-Transit Heists and more are discussed. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Justice starts off on the hot topic of municipalities falling to pieces in South Africa, and how communities are being laid to waste. Are the EFF getting a free ride in the press? Their fascist and racist behaviour is becoming all too commonplace as they seem to carry on with impunity. The shrinking economy, the dire state of the health sector, and so much more. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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