12.06.20 Pt 2 - Nqobile Ngema joins us to discuss the prickly relationship black people have with their own history, and whether certain archetypes create self-fulfilling prophecies which lead to continuous strife? Should companies take political stands? Why is fire still so interesting to us? James Suter then joins us to discuss his new nature conservation film, The Edge of Existence.

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12.06.20 Pt 1 - Games of Thrones was like being in a marriage where you catch your wife cheating after what you thought was a valuable 20 years... both have a terrible ending. Boris Johnson is all for bonking! Are Mbulelo and Gareth wrong to shame overweight people? The reality is that Yvonne Chaka Chaka should run the government and make it a musical.

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Phumlani Majozi joins us to discuss the notion of good ideas and organising a country properly. Can government, business and labour ever march to a single beat? Hong Kong took decisive action after they were liberated, is that a replicable model for other nations who achieve liberation? Is the idea of race-based politics hindering poverty alleviation? Is BEE fundamentally flawed? Brought to you by Nando’s.  

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11.06.20 Pt 2 - Is vilifying the rich a political game, or does it have teeth as an argument? How do you make your money work for you from an early age? Would NDZ have made a better president than Cyril Ramaphosa? Is nationalising the Central Bank an option for prosperity in South Africa?

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11.06.20 Pt 1 - If Covid-19 strikes, go find a sangoma... it's worth a bash. The Free State contributes less that 4% of the nation's tax, how is that possible for a place that big? Lockdown weight gain is real, time to get back to it. Not even a Belgian Prince can break lockdown rules.

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10.06.20 Pt 2 - Who would be the most benevolent dictator, Siya or Gord? Cancel culture has come for Little Britain... is satire dead? Is humour important, or are funny people just a nice to have? Ulrich Fobian joins us to discuss life's teachings through the eyes of a Westerner living in Japan, and how they dealt with the Covid-19 lockdown over there.

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10.06.20 Pt 1 - Mesh shirts in the gay community are very very 90s... that’s the breaking news from our chief gay reporter in the field, Siya Sangweni. There's a difference between the infantile and the grown-up tile. Timbuk One was nowhere near as good as Timbuk Two. Can history be improved by iconoclasts?

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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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08.06.20 Pt 2 - The games on your phone might be ageist. Is there anything more comical than a fat cop chasing a fat golfer? There's a controversial theory as to why Zimbabweans and Malawians don't get Covid-19. Warrick Kernes of Insaka eCommerce Academy joins us to discuss how the habits of consumers post-Covid-19 will compel most of us to become online consumers and vendors.

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