Dr Jonathan Witt and Leeto Nthoba join the team to analyse the difference between pro Zuma actions and the actions of looters. Plus a look at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s timid response, and why his leadership style makes the situation worse. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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15.07.21 Pt 2 - This week, the team - alongside Dr Jonathan Witt and Leeto Nthoba - have an open discussion about the recent looting in KZN and Gauteng. They chat about what this all means for the ANC, leadership styles that are worsening the situation, and what the future may look like.

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15.07.21 Pt 1 - Looting talks continue as the team agrees that this devastation cannot be swept under the rug, and how communities are losing faith in their government and now taking the law into their own hands. And in the midst of all this, you just got to love South Africans and their humour!

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13.07.21 Pt 2 - Should parents be looking at alternative forms of schooling? Gareth then chats to Toya DeLazy about her music, her mental health and why she believes her existence “triggers” hate because she’s royalty.

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13.07.21 Pt 1 - With everything going on in the country, the team have a candid conversation about all the looting and rioting happening in KZN and Gauteng. Who is to blame? Is this right? What does this mean for our country?

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Jacob Zuma turning himself in is the hot topic of the day. What are the implications of this, and can we trust the ANC again? These are just some of the things that the team - alongside Sipho Shezi (published author on politics and international relations) and Mighti Jamie (multi award-winning international debating and public speaking champion and coach) unpack this week. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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08.07.21 Pt 2 - This week Sipho Shezi (published author on politics and international relations) and Mighti Jamie (multi award-winning international debating and public speaking champion and coach) join the team to talk about the current political news - from what’s happening in Eswatini, to Zuma turning himself in, and the implications of him being arrested.

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08.07.21 Pt 1 - It’s Phumi’s birthday, but that thunder might be stolen as the team talks about Jacob Zuma turning himself in. You can tell that Mbulelo has lived a life with all his travel stories! Then JJ Cornish gives us an update of what is happening in Africa.

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With everything that has transpired in the news, the team wonders if Jacob Zuma will really go to jail. They have a candid conversation with Chris Fisher, legal researcher at The Helen Suzman Foundation, about Zuma’s sentencing and what to expect. Gabriel Crouse from the Institute of Race Relations then sheds some light on racism, and how it might not be the problem it’s perceived to be. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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01.07.21 Pt 2 - Chris Fisher, legal researcher at The Helen Suzman Foundation, joins the team to dissect Zuma’s sentencing and share his thoughts on the matter. Then, Gabriel Crouse from the Institute of Race Relations joins to talk about how the government keeps letting us down.

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