19.01.21 Pt 1 - With loadshedding running rampant in this country, should one invest in an inverter or should our government simply become smarter criminals? With the inauguration of Joe Biden taking place tomorrow, who will the Trump haters hate now? Oh by the way, Desmond Tutu had something to say about the COVID-19 vaccine.

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15.01.21 Pt 1 - Picky people, beware. The team mulls the idea of restaurants putting up your picture at the entrance so waitrons know who to look out for if they want to avoid trouble. If you think your life is horrible, current events at the Beitbridge border crossing are chilling, and a reminder of a need to be a little humane when we can.

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Grave concern in Mozambique, where the impotence of the African Union is compounded by crushing poverty and the actions of Muslim fundamentalists, who are converting vulnerable civilians at the end of a barrel. The team discusses the potential for corruption around the Covid vaccine process in South Africa, and how citizens might end up overpaying, while many may not even get vaccinated. And finally, what will the Biden regime mean for Africa?

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14.01.21 Pt 2 - With Donald Trump having effectively been kicked off social media, there are a lot of people asking a lot of questions about free speech on digital platforms, and who decides which voices get heard. The team discusses how citizens need to become more involved in their communities in order to effect change in South Africa. And finally, it turns out that Africa is the youngest continent geologically, but we continue to have the oldest leaders… Go figure.

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22.12.20 Pt 1 - Machines don’t make mistakes, and (with all due respect), you're the idiot if you forget your password. The team chats about which Christmas traditions are non-negotiable. Sam Smith is undergoing a transition and has a tricky request - because it needs a womb in order to be fulfilled. And pilots: heroes of the sky, or glorified bus drivers?

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If you are building an organisation which is in public service, should you have to reveal all your funding sources? We have seen the erosion of State institutions over the past 20 years - can the poor survive without functional state apparatus? Is the relationship between unions and the ANC surreptitious? Do South Africans have a viable alternative political party to vote for? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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03.12.20 Pt 2 - If the only requirement to be the Messiah was long, well conditioned hair - who in your circle would get in? If you are in an emerging economy, what does it actually mean to free up the economy? This is a Public Service Announcement... if you are going to be President of South Africa, please know your tenure will end with a commission of inquiry.

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30.11.20 Pt 2 - Is the notion of working in an office dead? If you live in Argentina and a person named Diego dies, don't take a photo with his corpse... you may soon join him at the pearly gates. Joburg's water and sanitation has literally put its citizens in grave danger for decades now. Just a friendly reminder to abusive men - just stop it, you are cretins and everyone hates you for what you are doing. Ruth Mthembu, the WILD OCEANS Campaign Manager joins us to talk about why WE DON’T NEED OUR OCEANS. And find out why a small Austrian village had to change its name.

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Is there collusion between the ANC and the corporate world, and should this concern South Africans moving forward? The IRR and SA citizens have been misled by South African banks, which is being revealed as conversations between government and the big banks spill into the public domain. Our government is out of money... what is left for them to extract from the public coffers? Is the Zondo Commission just a perception management exercise? Are there correlations between South Africa's and Venezuela's economic declines - and should we be observing them closely to avoid the same dreadful fate? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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19.11.20 Pt 2 - Is it acceptable to still be telling dad jokes in 2020 when Tik Tok is a thing? In a liberal democracy, should the citizenry be consulted about all decisions that affect them? So Jacob Zuma basically had a Facebook friend request declined in public, how will he approach this Zondo dilemma? In what feels like a pivotal moment in South Africa's history - the question becomes, how strong is the constitution... and can it withstand the land debate to hold the Republic of South Africa together?

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