When we think of Ancient History, we think of Egypt, Greece and Rome. Undoubtedly the greatest and most well-understood of these civilisations was Rome, but who were the ancient Romans frightened of? The answer is Carthage, and their most famous leader was Hannibal. One of the greatest strategic military thinkers of all time, he audaciously took on the might of Ancient Rome, and nearly brought her to her knees!

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Following Cristiano Ronaldo's latest explosive interview regarding Manchester United's current plight, MKT tells us how the Club can make the impending divorce easier on themselves. Can Test Cricket be rescued or has it become a white elephant in an ever disposable content era? Can one reflect on a difficult past without berating themselves too much? Do harsh truths land better if they are treated with a delicate approach? In 2022 should we still be forced to drop our parents off at the airport? Follow The MKT Show on Tik Tok! #AFCON2021

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With Chelsea set to lose Andreas Christiansen, Toni Rudiger and Cesar Azpilicueta as their contracts expire, MKT gives us a run down as to how this situation will be handled by Chelsea. Should Blues fans be concerned? How can young players learn from Philippe Coutinho's career choices? Ryan unpacks his contentious journey with scholastic authority and how it still shapes his modus operandi today. Is Mo Salah's haircut the reason for his horrendous performance against Nigeria at AFCON 2021? Follow The MKT Show on Tik Tok. Keep an eye on Social Media for all of our 'watch along parties' throughout the tournament. #AFCON2021

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MKT tells us why Spurs have been and will continue to be the third Club in London. Newcastle FC has recently been acquired by a lady who looks like a Bond villain and they now have more money than God, who should they buy? It's AFCON fever and the team discusses the latest game which they will cover in their Tik Tok Grow Party. To watch with the team, follow The MKT Show on Tik Tok. #AFCON2021

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JJ Cornish talks about what was once the largest African country, before allowing South Sudan to secede. He explains how the conflict in Darfur became the world's worst humanitarian crisis, and shares an interesting fun fact about Sudan having more pyramids than Egypt. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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05.10.21 Pt 1 - Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram were all down and the team found it quite refreshing. Gomolemo is no longer Simphiwe’s Uber driver, as she announces that she got a car... and Lebang shares how her high school reunion went.

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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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Is Africa seeing the second coming of colonialism in the form of loans from China? Three African countries including Kenya, Angola and Zambia have a combined debt of $143 billion to the Eastern power, and Kenya seems to be on track to default on payment. The Blue Nile Dam is possibly the biggest African story in 20 years, with the geopolitical ramifications for Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia being considered by the White House and UN Security Council. As Kenya enters a delicate political time, the tragic mall attacks seem to be coming to court within the coming week, and that act of terror may finally be laid to rest. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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06.10.20 Pt 1 - Should we allow the public to vote on sending the yentas from The View to hell? Donald has Trumped Covid-19, and he says you shouldn't let a pandemic dominate your life. If you think you are better than others, surely people should be allowed to shame you in the public square...

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