In this edition of The Burning Platform, Muzi Kuzwayo joins us to talk about the true meaning of sacrifice, why South Africans don’t go out and vote, and why it’s important to not fall victim to the “me me me” mentality, but to rather give back and help others.

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31.03.22 Pt 2 - Muzi Kuzwayo joins Phumi and Gareth to have a chat on the importance of individuals not doing things for themselves - but rather for the greater good of others, the true meaning of sacrifice, and much more.

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Phumi and Leeto are joined by Khaya Sithole. They have an in-depth conversation about the emigration problem (and not just in a South African context), the Russia - Ukraine crisis, the education system, and how Khaya has helped shape the lives of many.

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24.03.22 Pt 2 - This week, our special guest is Khaya Sithole. He shares his views on various topics - the Russia-Ukraine war, the South African education system, the shaping of young minds and more.

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Is academia the coronavirus of the mind? Gad Saad tells Gareth Cliff the 'SAAD' truth. Plus Redi Tlhabi, Khaya Sithole and Jeremy Mansfield talk about taxis, airplanes and Woolies chicken under level 3-minus-7 on the corona-coaster.

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The notion that big business is the backbone of an economy might need some re-examining. Surely some sectors of the economy could be opened up? How and why does short-sighted decision making at Eskom cripple small business? Consistency in the messages being communicated by the government is vital for national confidence, how does Cyril's government score on this metric? As we attempt to deal with the economic reverberations of global economic shutdowns, which country is poised to become the new global supply chain and production hub? Is imagination important when you govern, or is it just a policy pen pushers game? Our special guest this week is Khaya Sithole. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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16.04.20 Pt 2 - Khaya Sithole is realising he doesn't need people as much as he thought he did. If your family is filled with divorced people, it reduces the pressure for you to get married to please your elders. The advent of online learning has opened a new sense of optimism about the quality of education you can get, regardless of your economic circumstances.

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