Classic liberal and industrial sociologist, Sihle Ngobese, is the guest on this episode. Nothing is held back in this conversation about trendy lefties and social justice wimps living in perpetual victimhood while waging a war on the free market of ideas. Sihle also shares his views on the three primary roles of the state and a practical approach to employment equity, all before schooling Jonathan on educational vouchers and socialism.

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With all the pressure and controversy surrounding the ANC, the Frankly Speaking team starts a four part series on South Africa's first citizen, President Jacob Zuma entitled "Zuma The Good, The Bad & The Unbelievable". On this first edition, they zoom in on The Good. They speak to Zuma Biographer, Jeremy Gordin, as well as spin doctor and long time ANC member Chris Vick.

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By popular request the guest on this episode is acclaimed journalist, speaker and author Ivo Vegter (@IvoVegter). Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac get Ivo's thoughts on the Panama Papers, the ongoing Zuma debacle, and his current position on Donald Trump given a previous article he wrote defending the tycoon.

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Frankly Speaking zooms in on the controversy surrounding the Guptas and its impact on the African National Congress (ANC). To help Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy unpack this issue, spin doctor and long time ANC member Chris Vick is in studio.

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Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac go solo. Hear their opinions on the impeachment debate, who should head the ANC, and what is likely to happen to Jacob Zuma in the near future. By popular request there's very little discussion about racism and much more about personal freedoms. They also reveal their political ideals and why third wave feminism is cancer.

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The Frankly Speaking team investigates just how secure your private information is from hackers and government surveillance. In studio to help them unpack this topic are Seyton Hayes and National Co-ordinator of the Right2Know Campaign, Murray Hunter.

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Jonathan Witt and Roman Cabanac speak to the 39th best cartoonist in the country, Jeremy Nell. 'Jerm' (as he's commonly known) unveils the inner workings of the refreshingly subjective New Age newspaper, from which he was fired. They also discuss how people lack understanding of satire in most modern liberal democracies, the fear and danger Islamism poses to freedom of expression, and the regressive left in all their glory.

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With terrorist activity seemingly gaining momentum over a wider global horizon, Rori Tshabalala and Andrew Levy explore the probability of terrorist attacks in South Africa. They speak to Debora Patta who was in Brussels covering the recent terror attack there, Brian Dube who is Spokesperson for the South African Department of State Security, Brian Njoroge who is a journalist at The Nation media group in Kenya and Security Expert, Nick Piper.

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Roman Cabanac and Jonathan Witt host free-thinking guest Martin van Staden on this episode of The Renegade Report. They discuss removing government from our lives, drug legalisation, gun control and taxation as theft. Of course they also take on the woke social justice snowflakes on the left and the cancer of cultural Marxism.

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On the back of a speech delivered on Human Rights Day by Professor JNJ Kritzinger, Rori Tshabalala speaks to him and a young white South African, Rudi Cooke, about how young white South Africans can find belonging in a country where the legacy of the past and the benefits that accrued to them as a result remain significant topics.

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