This week Amelia Mc Pherson joins the team to talk about her rosary collection. What makes her collection so unique is that she has collected them at different religious sites from around the world. Amelia shares how each rosary is unique in what it commemorates. Brought to you by The South African Gold Coin Exchange (SAGCE) & The Scoin Shop.

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02.08.21 Pt 2 - To put it simply, Gareth’s life advice is to aim lower! Mbulelo still thinks that one shouldn’t be applauded for being a “nice person”. Amelia Mc Pherson then joins the team to talk about her rosary collection.

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According to the Institute of Race Relations, Critical Race Theory and race-based policy are at odds with what most South Africans want. The report further provides a robust argument for why, even with the best intentions, BEE as a practical implementation of Critical Race Theory can never work as intended. Where does that put the country today? Writer and analyst Gabriel Crouse joins the team to discuss further. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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20.05.21 Pt 2 - Things get fired up as the team is joined by Gabriel Crouse - IRR Head of Campaigns, writer and analyst - and they discuss the critical race theory, the corruption that is still taking place in the ANC, and what’s currently happening in Israel and Palestine.

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18.05.21 Pt 2 - The world might just be an extremely scary place if people think that the show Friends is problematic. Gareth shares an interesting, fun fact about Joe Biden’s son that leaves the team astonished. The spirit of Leigh-Ann’s famous ‘Don’t be Suspicious’ seems to have been caught by one of the team members.

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17.05.21 Pt 1 - Should your siblings know who you are dating, or should it be kept private? Siya and Gareth attempt an impromptu spoken word session… that’s trouble!

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12.05.21 Pt 1 - It always gets a bit heated when Gareth and Damon get together for a conversation. This time they discuss what is currently happening in Israel and Palestine. And are women calmer drivers?

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Ancient Israel, place of mystery and cradle of religion. King David and King Solomon are referred to in the great tapestry of Middle Eastern history as being paragons of kingship. All through the Middle Ages, kings tried to live up to their example. But who were the ancient kings, how much evidence do we have for their existence - and what are the modern political implications for the descendants of King David in that part of the world? Join us on our journey through history as we start a new season in the place where so much began...

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South Africa is now joining the global north in terms of unlocking its economy and society entirely, citizens are concerned about the tracking and that isn't going away. What is the biggest obstacle in unlocking efficient government in South Africa? Does Cyril Ramaphosa have the gumption to make the painfully hard decision to make South Africa a functional state? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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17.09.20 Pt 2 - The very nature of fame is confusing, why do people love it, and why do the famous love being famous? If you go into debt in life, who should you blame? Have Pentecostal Churches hurt the South African middle class more than anything else? Boris Johnson has new lockdown rules... how do people feel about that?

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