Kanthan Pillay joins Phumi and Siya for "The Burning Platform". Together with Daily Maverick's Tabelo Timse, they unpack her story that reveals the Ekurhuleni municipality is spending R1.9 billion on chemical toilets. There’s also a discussion about the G20 summit, OUTA's plan to take legal action against the eThekwini Municipality and more on "The Burning Platform", fired up by Nando's.

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Kanthan Pillay joins Phumi and Siya for "The Burning Platform". Together with Daily Maverick's Tabelo Timse, they unpack her story that reveals the Ekurhuleni municipality is spending R1.9 billion on chemical toilets. There’s also a discussion about the G20 summit, OUTA's plan to take legal action against the eThekwini Municipality and more on "The Burning Platform", fired up by Nando's.

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Where does one buy guns legally, and what else can one find at these dealerships? And more importantly, how do the dealers operate within the confines of the law as it currently stands in South Africa? Martin Hood has a brutally honest conversation with Jonathan Fouché from the South African Arms & Ammunition Dealers Association.

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It's often controversial and sometimes misunderstood, but it's something that humankind has been doing since the beginning of our existence. Martin Hood speaks to Stephen Palos from the Confederation of Hunting Associations of South Africa (CHASA) about all aspects of hunting - from the legalities and sustainable use... to conservation, food security, and trophy hunting.

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How did we end up in a situation where approximately 430,000 law-abiding citizens are potentially criminals? Gareth Cliff joins attorney Martin Hood to introduce this new podcast series about guns and gun ownership in South Africa.

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Content hosted by iono.fm Host Hlubi Mboya Arnold concludes this podcast series with a wrap-up conversation about human trafficking, and further recaps some of the discussion points and questions that were brought up over past episodes, with Tabitha Lage (Co-Founder of Hope Risen Foundation) and the some of the Hope Risen Foundation team. Join the […]

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Content hosted by iono.fm There is no “us” and “them” in dealing with a global issue like human trafficking. It is something that is close to all of us, more than we probably imagine. Hlubi Mboya Arnold interrogates this notion further, discussing with her guests how best to deal with human trafficking, while also answering […]

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Content hosted by iono.fm Hear firsthand encounters of how brutal and degrading human trafficking can be in this podcast. Host Hlubi Mboya Arnold speaks to two survivors who share their tales of this crime: One, a victim of slave labour/labour trafficking/exploitation, and the other who was groomed into illegal gambling and the adult sex industry. […]

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Content hosted by iono.fm South Africa may have one of the best constitutions in the world but does it hold up in cases of human trafficking? How is the law and our authorities making change? Does our law adequately empower survivors of human trafficking? To answer this, host Hlubi Mboya Arnold speaks to Tabitha Lage […]

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The courts and our legal system at large have become the battleground for political struggle. We don’t have to look far before seeing that, especially in the past few weeks with the state capture inquiry taking centre stage in the political landscape. One of South Africa’s finest legal minds, Advocate Michelle Le Roux, has firsthand experience with this, as she details in her new book, 'Lawfare – Judging Politics in South Africa' and moreso, being Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan's legal representative, in this week's edition of The Burning Platform. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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