Economist, author and libertarian Russell Lamberti joins The Renegade Report for this instalment. Russ explains how South Africa is practicing "Socialism 2.0", who the various players are in this venture, and why we should be more supportive of the Zuma camp than the Gordhan camp. Roman slams the DA's idea of a sovereign wealth fund, and Jonathan explores the United Kingdom's NHS as an example of the insidious nature of socialist policy. Russell explains the usefulness of an incompetent government, the stupidity of viewing unemployment as a problem, and the best way to stand up to the left.

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Robert Botha is a middle-aged white South African male who wrote a poem about a special person, probably a domestic worker, standing outside a gate in time. Don't miss his pearls of wisdom on identity, connection, servanthood, and the power of silence. Enlightened doesn't even cut it!

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On this episode of the Renegade Report, we host CEO of the Institute of Race Relations, Frans Cronje. He details the four different scenarios facing South Africa by the year 2030 as detailed in his latest book. The discussion deals with the reasoning for each possible outcome and what would need to happen for each to occur. Frans discloses previously unreleased information relating to the upcoming ANC elective conference and explains which of his scenarios seems most likely. Jonathan questions the likelihood of the State allowing a taxless anarchy and Roman revels in the possibility.

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A global icon for standing up for the rights of women, those living with HIV and AIDS and the rights of the LGBTI community.

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When last have you had someone speak for you or tell your story? It can be entertaining or flattering at the best or inaccurate and even insulting at worst. Workerstories.org decided to collect the stories of those often spoken for, in their own words, through creative literature. What more unbeatable way to embody experiences than through those experiencing them. Projects like these remind us how no one should be reduced to their circumstance, and that our modern-day Einstein or Steve Jobs could be hiding in plain sight... or more specifically, your lounge or local fast food joint.

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Rori and Andrew sit down with Gavin Hunt, coach of Premier Soccer League champions Bidvest Wits, to discuss his leadership philosophy and principles... and to ask him what his secret is that allows him to turn average teams into winning teams.

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Today we review a poem called 'At Your Gate' by Robert Botha. 'White male' can appear in many ways to be the opposite of 'domestic worker' but his piece is nothing short of haunting and insightful. A true testament to the beauty and complexity of the South African artist.

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Ian Miles Cheong joins the Renegade Report for a frank chat about cultural wars. Ian shares his experience of Gamergate, his conversion away from the SJW grouping, and his views on the woke movement. Roman explores the various methods of fighting cultural battles and Jonathan delves into the free market's reaction to attempts at social engineering. The discussion is wide ranging and touches on Ian's thoughts around Antifa, Laci Green, BLM, Wonder Woman, and Trump Derangement Syndrome.

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Professor Broadbent, Dean of the Humanities faculty at UJ, talks to Gareth about decolonisation of education, free speech on campus, false humility and the philosophy of science. In one of the more intellectual interviews we’ve had, they look at post-modernism, the politicisation of knowledge and the problems Africa has with science. Some will be offended, some won’t be sure why.

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The iPhone has been a part of our lives for 10 years now, so Ben breaks down the effects it has on society before Gareth speaks to Professor Broadbent, Dean of the Humanities faculty at UJ. They talk about decolonisation of education, free speech on campus, false humility and the philosophy of science.

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