In this episode we take a look at Eritrea, a north east African country on the Red Sea coast. JJ Cornish shares why it’s one of the poorest countries in Africa, and also sheds light on the history of Africa Day. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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In this episode we take a look at Somaliland, a self-declared sovereign state in the Horn of Africa. JJ Cornish shares the history of the country and some of the issues that it faces. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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In this episode, JJ Cornish informs us about what’s currently happening in Africa. He starts off by talking about two small countries, Somaliland and Taiwan, that have decided to become friends with each other... and why China and Somalia are highly upset about it. Find out why the Eastern and Western DRC are so different, plus JJ shares his thoughts about Twitter having its headquarters in Ghana. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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The team catches up with JJ Cornish, who shares insights about what is currently taking place in Mozambique and whether or not the South African military should get involved. He also talks about the Suez blockage, and what implications it has. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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JJ Cornish educates us about a West African state comprising a small piece of the mainland and five islands - Equatorial Guinea. He shares stories about the Black Beach, the recent dynamite storage that blew up, and the high level of corruption that takes place there. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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16.03.21 Pt 1 - The Grammys recently took place and the guys chat about the winners of the night, which leads to them having a disagreement about Beyonce’s vocal abilities. Now, Siya is on a mission to prove why she’s amongst the greatest of all time. Are you comfortable with paying somebody's else university fees?

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How much do you know about The Gambia? It's one of Africa’s smallest countries and was carved out of the middle of Senegal… how and when did this happen? It's the end of Gambian former justice minister Fatou Bensouda’s term as Chiefdoms Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. What legacy does she leave? Who is replacing her and what does it mean for the court? And what do marbles have to do with Gambian politics? Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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JJ Cornish shares what is currently happening on the African continent... from Nigeria vying against South Africa, Tanzania, and Burkina Faso for the chair of the African Peace and Security Council, to seven orphans being kidnapped outside the Nigerian capital Abuja, and Britain slapping sanctions on four top Zimbabwean officials for the killing of protestors and other crimes against humanity. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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This week JJ Cornish shares insights on the citizens of Tunisia, who are on the streets protesting the bullying of a shepherd who let his flock stray too close to a government building. Find out how Tunisians punch above their weight diplomatically, dining out on their identity as Africans, Arabs and Mediterraneans. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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As world leaders and global organisations wrestle with the geopolitics and economic strategy for Covid-19, Africa is now entering its 'second wave'. Is the continent ready to deal with what’s to come, and can lessons be learned from Tanzania’s approach? In the DRC, which continues to function amid all its tribal and militant tensions bubbling close to the surface, Laurent Kabila's real killer may have been found. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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