What might South Africa look like if 'help' was re-envisioned? Tuliza takes it a step further with a news broadcast from 2074. Fifty bucks says you push replay... more than once!

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This week on the Renegade Report popular YouTuber Mouthy Buddha joins the show. Mouthy explains why the alt-right and the left need each other to survive, how Sam Harris and Jordan Peterson view the world in completely different ways, and what impact the free market of ideas has had on his thinking. Roman argues that gender fluidity might exist, but its importance is inflated, while Jonathan espouses a more traditional approach in line with biologically determined gender. Mouthy recalls a recent interview which he conducted with a proponent of the white genocide narrative in South Africa, and probes the hosts for their views on this controversial topic.

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The ladies FINALLY chat to the three UJ students who were chosen as the winners for the redesign of the domestic worker uniform for Ma(i)de's ReDress Project. They share the philosophy behind their design as well as how profoundly this process has enriched the ways they practice as SA fashion designers. One step for domestic workers and a leap for three young fashion minds.

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Arguing for impact. Are ideas more powerful than people? Mbali believes so as ideas can last longer than people, but they are reliant on people to implement them. She has some important commandments to prove this, and how you can harness such wisdom for good in the argument stakes.

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Are you worried about the supposed 'suicide game' Blue Whale that is allegedly doing the rounds? Critical Thinking and Ethics lecturer Jacques Rousseau sets the record straight...

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Does something always have to be right or wrong? Do middle grounds exist within thinking and arguments? Mbali Njomane addresses all of this, along with how people's perceptions and preconceived ideas shut them off from learning more about people and everyday issues.

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Malusi Gigaba's wife gets interviewed on eNCA, and it's rather cringe. It's Bieber time again in South Africa, then Michael from Durban calls in to talk about his upcoming move to Canada. Mbali returns for another episode of 'How to argue better', this week touching on black and white thinking. Then Thulani Hadebe talks celebs, and his fiery top 5 of right now, plus some additional Breaking News from Siya.

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Johnny Clegg is set to call it a day on his incredible musical career. A job involving a mobile wine bar is up for grabs in the US, which gets the team talking about their potential dream jobs. Game of Thrones is almost back, and with its end drawing near the spin-offs are getting discussed. Some listener comments... then Rich Mulholland on the Reality Check suggesting people shouldn't care about things that don't actually matter to them.

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Mbali's take on things is more than just refreshing, it's positively enlightening. In her weekly 'how to argue better' feature, she brings up emotions and morals, and what they mean in the greater scheme of things. You could be falling foul of things here without even knowing it, or be a little more balanced than you think.

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Mbali Njomane is back for another episode in the ‘How to Argue Better’ series, and today she tells Gareth and the team about survivorship bias, and who the last people you should take advice from are.

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