Most small businesses have not received any support or relief funding during the extended lockdown, and the recent looting activities haven’t helped. Economist Mike Schussler and Township Entrepreneur Developer Bulelani Balabala join the team to talk about the state of SA’s economy, and how to potentially save it. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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22.07.21 Pt 2 - Economist Mike Schussler and Township Entrepreneur Developer Bulelani Balabala join the team to talk about being a small business in South Africa, and how the lockdown and looting have had an effect on them.

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Thabo Mbeki was right: There really are two South Africas. Most people jump to the conclusion that we’re a nation divided along racial lines. Others think it’s about the haves and the have-nots. The events of the past few days have made it abundantly clear that the real divide is between those who want law and order, and those who see the law only as a means to make themselves more powerful...

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According to Phumi, education is a long-term solution, but we need short-term fixes to get the South African economy back on track. Martin van Staden - jurist and author - joins the team to unpack his approach to public policy from a libertarian perspective. Which are the best performing economies, and what should our government be doing to improve the lives of the unemployed? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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03.06.21 Pt 2 - Where does South Africa stand politically? This week Martin van Staden, jurist and author based in South Africa, joins the show. His approach to public policy is from a libertarian perspective. The team get into the various solutions of improving the current state of the economy.

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Head of Strategic Engagement at the IRR, Sara Gon joins the team to share her opposing views with Phumi and Gareth regarding the DA. They define what they consider as mainstream media, have a candid conversation about the shrinkage of the economy, and Eskom implementing stage 2 load-shedding. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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11.03.21 Pt 2 - Gareth, Phumi and Sara Gon (Head of Strategic Engagement at the IRR) have an in-depth conversation about their opposing views when it comes to the DA. They share their thoughts about the 7% shrinkage of the South African economy, stage 2 load-shedding, and what they consider as mainstream media.

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10.03.21 Pt 1 - You know a little singing will always take place when Gord is here. Siya feels there’s far too many opinions being thrown around when it comes to the whole Meghan Markle and Prince Harry saga. A couple of impersonations are done by the team.

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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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24.02.21 Pt 1 - Remember the hype about leaving WhatsApp… well well, has anyone actually done it? Damon and Gareth miraculously manage not to have an argument about COVID - whoop whoop! Damon watched a YouTube video about sticking something in an anus, yikes!

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