Students from the Imfundo Secondary School in Fochville came together to share their views on topics that are close to their hearts - parents' lack of involvement in their children’s education, substance abuse in students and parents, and gangsterism... which all are challenges to these students. Hosted by Bongani Tau.

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The panel, including Cynthia Schoeman of Ethics Monitor, speak to Brian Adams - Managing Director of Be Heard.

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Richard Angus and Leandi Streeter of Raizcorp speak with Cynthia Schoeman of Ethics Monitor during our monthly ethics focus on the topic of ethical decisions and dilemmas.

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Adriaan and Louis Groenewald interview Mohamed Maher from Stockholm, Sweden - a leadership and organisational culture consultant and founder of Eunoia Leadership. He visits SA in Feb 2018 - we see what he offers.

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Is this week's edition of the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s going to be lemon and herb, or peri-peri? You know it's the latter as Lynne Brown gets a grilling over state capture. Zola Tsotsi revealed some interesting stories behind some interesting meetings. Dr Nkososana Dlamini-Zuma's presidential campaign is losing momentum, but is the same happening for the other Zuma after what has recently happened in Zimbabwe?

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Justice Malala picks up on the state capture debacle in this week's Burning Platform. Lynne Brown is grilled over the Eskom woes, and with it more skeletons are revealed. The Zimbabwe situation, and what it means for the ANC right now as the party continues to split. Mabz then brings you the latest news and attractions in the world right now.

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The fiasco around 'Colonel Brian Molefe' continues with his R57,000 salary being denied by the Defence Force. Joseph Jackson has a message for his grandchild Blanket, then he calls in to clarify a few things. The French are really struggling with consensual sex ages and child rape, and Siya watched the Oscar Pistorius movie and found it mostly dreadful. Courtney Carey then comes into studio to school you in the field of etiquette.

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Black Friday is approaching, but is it worth getting excited about? The team share their thoughts on this, with Amanda providing a solid game plan towards getting the most of it. A listener email brings up the topic of living in South Africa or sticking it out abroad. The ANC Presidential race is coming into the final stretch, but is Mini Zuma still committed? News, sport and a touch of positivity from there.

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Richard Angus speaks to Chantelle Fraser, CEO Dracore Data Sciences, about personal information and the latest on the widely-publicised data leak of South African personal information.

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Dean and Director at Henley Business School Africa Jon Foster-Pedley talks to Adriaan and Louis Groenewald about leadership in context with #Activism and #CorporateActivismCampaign.

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