Is there any incentive to become a whistleblower? Lukhanyo Calata, Solly Moeng, and Athol Williams unpack the reality of being a whistleblower in South Africa. They share their personal experiences of the consequences of doing the ‘right thing’.

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Dr Gerard Labuschagne and Gideon Joubert join the show to discuss crime and violence in South Africa. They look at the tavern shootings, kidnappings, personal security, and the state of policing in general. Plus, some tips on how to improve your personal safety.

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Nicole Fritz is the executive director of The Helen Suzman Foundation and she joins the team to unpack some of the latest political news that includes the basic income grant, public protector impeachment process, the Zimbabwe exemption permit termination, and our legal challenges.

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Libertarian and founder of the ManPatria Podcast, Dumo Denga joins the show to have a candid discussion about the latest political news. The team delves into an ANC conspiracy theory, wealth tax, and Europe experiencing massive power issues.

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Business news anchor at the SABC, Nastassia Arendse, and analyst, Mighti Jamie, join the show to discuss why governments keep increasing interest rates, the impact of inflation on the average Joe, and innovative policies that need to be considered in order to stimulate economic growth.

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This week the team is joined by the Deputy CEO of AfriForum, Ernst Roets, to unpack what Afriforum does and stands for. They also discuss the decline of America, the alarmingly high unemployment rate in South Africa, and the outrageous violence that South Africans are experiencing.

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Ian Cameron wasn’t told to “shut up” or “get out”! He and Kanthan Pillay join the team to talk about the work that Action Society does, the ground level realities of violent crime in South Africa and more.

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Leeto Nthoba joins the team to unpack the latest political issues, including governance in South Africa, politicians having a saviour complex, the Enyobeni saga and more.

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Barry Bateman is a journalist who really needs no introduction, having worked at EWN and eNCA - he is now Afriforum’s Private Prosecution Unit communications manager. He joins the show to talk about the WaterKloof Air Force Base landing story (which he broke), the state of Eskom, Afriforum’s border watch and more.

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Award-winning journalist Karyn Maughan joins the show to talk about her new book ‘Nuclear - Inside South Africa's Secret Deal’, the state capture report and judge President John Hlophe’s pending impeachment.

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