eNCA investigative journalist Michael Appel is the guest on this episode. Michael describes his work travels to South America and how many of these countries share political similarities with South Africa. Roman explores the danger of journalists becoming celebrities, and Jonathan discusses the issue of news as an agenda-driven narrative.

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After reading Ayn Rand in the early 1980s, Trevor Watkins became a keen libertarian and has been involved with the movement ever since. Simply put, libertarians believe that people should be able to do whatever they desire as long as their actions do not harm others. As a result, Libertarians want to limit the government's power so people can have as much freedom as possible.

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This week Gilmore Tee talks to Zimbabwean Afro-Soul artist Mj Sings and writer @LauraNazanin, about the need to have 365 Days of Activism and not only talk about Gender-Based Violence over 16 Days. Mj Sings shares his new EP - Soul & Mind, while Laura shares on abuse in the Zimbabwean entertainment industry, how she is recovering from it, and how the community can be involved in avoiding such experiences happening to other fellow young women and men.

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Mark Bland and Gary Weed return with a hot episode of The Q, cooked up just the way you like it. This week's episode welcomes friend of the show Ali Jones of the legendary hip hop group the St. Lunatics. Ali has been to the top of the music business with is crew since 1999. Winning multiple Grammy Awards and music awards for their contributions, Ali along with his childhood friends have racked up quite the reputation. Whether it's Country Grammar, Free City, Heavy Starch or the multitude of other albums and features, Ali has set himself along with Nelly, Murphy Lee, Kyjuan, City Spud and Slo Down as the dominate midwest hip hop group of the early 2000s through today.

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We can do well, as we do good - that's Bonang Mohale's message in this powerful conversation, as he explains how business should govern with humanity for more positive impact, as he writes in his new book, 'Lift As You Rise'. The CEO of Business Leadership SA draws from more than 30 years of business experience as he discusses ideas very close to him: The purpose of business, being "other" and not "self" centred, self-worth, and the essence of authentic leadership.

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This is a bumper edition of The Burning Platform as Kanthan Pillay heats things up by breaking down the week’s biggest current affairs topics joined by Phumi Mashigo. Discussing Parliament’s Public Enterprises committee, Zuma saying he resigned to save the ANC, and EFF's charges against Pravin Gordhan opens to healthy debate and sharing of varied viewpoints... including citing Brexit, the effects of not participating in elections and on a humorous note, Mmusi Maimane's inconsistent accent. Brought to you by Nando's.

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As Phumi describes it, South Africa as a whole is a burning platform! This obviously means the team is not short of topics to discuss during The Burning Platform as they break down the week’s biggest current affairs topics with guest Kanthan Pillay.

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Siya cannot deal with himself as he's meeting Oprah Winfrey this afternoon! Phumi is in the building and she brings a dose of her positive philosophy to kickstart the morning. Going into the festive season, the team discuss male privilege -specifically when it comes to summer bodies (or lack thereof). The anxieties of our early 20s, compared to the contentment in our old age... and so much more!

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Guns N' Roses are in South Africa, but Axl Rose is feeling a little ill. Gareth has a Diana Ross flashback, then gets into a string of fascinating guests to look forward to on the show. Is the studio security guard damaging the toilet? Siya's song gets played again, then into the news, sport and your positivity feature for the day.

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It’s almost become the buzzword we’re hearing more and more in the news and social conversations: hate speech. What does it constitute? What defines an open, democratic society? Why is the Hate Speech Bill still such a heated conversation point? Using the Velaphi Khumalo racial slur case as an example, amongst others, Gareth takes on these questions in this conversation with Advocate Mark Oppenheimer.

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