Black Lives Matter, but what about Black Guns? Gareth Cliff talks to Maj Toure from the Black Guns Matter movement in the USA. Then Jeremy Thompson, Phumi Mashigo and Sihle Ngobese debate lockdown and both of South Africa’s pandemics.

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09.06.20 Pt 2 - You may not believe it, but Jeffrey Epstein had a life partner - her name is/was Ghislaine Maxwell... and she's missing. The Sun will give you 10 000 Pounds if you find her. Trump held the bible upside down, is he the Antichrist? Gareth speaks to SANRAL's Inge Muller in our Be Accountable feature with SAICA, and Blind History is back with a bonus episode featuring plagues and pandemics!

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09.06.20 Pt 1 - Allowing plants to die are a sign that you should never become a parent. Could you imagine being part of a parent's evening Zoom call? What are New Zealand doing right to be open already? Taxis have raised prices by over 100% - is that ethical. And North Korea hates leaflets.

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02.06.20 Pt 2 - The Shawshank Redemption of the booze store is a tale for the ages. South Africans are not a bunch of rule following humans... perhaps that hasn't reached government ears. Phillip Hartmann from togetherforcapetown.com joins us to tell us about his venture to raise 3 million meals for children in Cape Town. Blind History returns - this week we feature Joseph Stalin.

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02.06.20 Pt 1 - It's back to reality for a very hungover South Africa, are we ready to leave Zoom meetings behind? Is level 3 an air pollution level? Marching bands were ushering in the booze yesterday, what is going on? If your business can't fit on one side of a business card your job means nothing. Does an expensive gift mean more?

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26.05.20 Pt 2 - Is not wearing underwear a serious social faux pas? If you want to be ready for the next pandemic, start planting seeds now that you can eat. A 113-year-old woman in Spain will inspire you with her will to live. Garlic is not only good for you, but vampires hate it... so get some for winter. TopCo CEO Ralf Fletcher then joins us to detail how businesses can become proactive instead of being reactive in the post Covid-19 economy.

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26.05.20 Pt 1 - Do clocks really matter in a global pandemic? Time has warped, how are we feeling about this? How many coronavirus roadblocks are there on the journey from Johannesburg to Durban? Shop local people, they need you! If you don't clean your mess, Phumi will judge you.

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As Covid-19 has engulfed the world, an interesting observation to make has been the different approaches taken to thwart the threat of the pandemic. With a documented global history of male bias when selecting leaders, should we be looking to re-address the role of women in leadership? There's evidence to suggest female Presidents and Prime Ministers have dealt with large scale challenges far better than their male counterparts in the last half century. From Thatcher to Merkel, from Ardern to Ing-Wen... this may be the time for feminine leadership to be given its big break.

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19.05.20 Pt 2 - If you can communicate effectively, there's no reason you can't get two boyfriends during lockdown. Don't run with a mask, you might die. It turns out in order to step down as Prime Minister of Lesotho, you need to be accused of killing your ex-wife. JJ Cornish joins us to ask whether women lead better when peril ensues. Blind History returns... this week we feature Genghis Khan.

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19.05.20 Pt 1 - Having kids in lockdown is exhausting because of the incessant cooking. If you could just take a pill instead of needing food, would you? The secret with neighbours is to be chums, but not besties... people don't know their limits. Your first marriage should always be for money, the second one is for love.

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