This week JJ Cornish focuses on Tunisia, and talks about the new president and what he thinks he is doing, the COVID pandemic, and how the country progressed from police state to winning a Nobel Peace Prize. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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03.08.21 Pt 1 - Back by popular demand - Lebang Kgosana joins the team today. Is getting your hair cut, or doing your brows really a form of therapy? Mbulelo thinks wearing headphones in public spaces is one of the rudest things one can do.

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JJ Cornish sheds light on there being no South African boots on the ground in Mozambique, Tunisia making strides in fighting jihadis, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, and then there's also a turd. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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20.07.21 Pt 1 - Should people who get vaccinated post about it? Seems like Mbulelo and Gareth have opposing views when it comes to how people should respond to COVID policies. JJ Cornish joins the team to update us on what’s happening around Africa.

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This week Botswana is under the spotlight, as JJ Cornish reveals it as the largest diamond producer, the richest per capita African nation, and he explains how the government takes criticism. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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08.07.21 Pt 1 - It’s Phumi’s birthday, but that thunder might be stolen as the team talks about Jacob Zuma turning himself in. You can tell that Mbulelo has lived a life with all his travel stories! Then JJ Cornish gives us an update of what is happening in Africa.

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06.07.21 Pt 1 - After sending an email to the show, Wade Hutchinson chats to Gareth about the state of radio and how life has been in Amsterdam. Mbulelo doesn’t understand why people celebrate being alive, there’s nothing special about seeing another year according to him.  

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JJ Cornish gives us an update of what’s happening in Africa, which includes the World Health Organisation chief saying they’re setting up a hub to make the Covid-19 vaccine in South Africa. He also sheds light on the conflict and violent groups on the continent, and the biggest test for the Nobel Peace Prize. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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22.06.21 Pt 1 - Special guest co-host Sam Lehoko joins the team and opens up about what’s been going on in her life. She went on a 30-day ‘no phone’ detox... could you do that? Some wise words about expectations come out of Gareth’s mouth.

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This week JJ Cornish takes us on an educational journey about the Pan African Parliament (PAP). He explains what the members are fighting about, what PAP is about, and why it is here in South Africa. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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