The team is joined by Ebrahim Harvey - former Cosatu trade unionist and a political writer, analyst and commentator for over two decades. Ebrahim has written an analysis on the ruling party called The Great Pretenders: Race and Class under ANC Rule. It’s a heated and passionate discussion about the current state of the ANC, trade unions being corrupt, the impact of the 4th industrial revolution and a whole lot more. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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13.05.21 Pt 2 - This week the team dives into the ANC being a mess, corrupt trade unions, racism, and the impact of the 4th industrial revolution. They’re joined by Ebrahim Harvey - a former Cosatu trade unionist and a political writer, analyst and commentator for over two decades.

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11.05.21 Pt 1 - Do we spend too much time on our phones? The team has a lengthy discussion on how much time we spend on social media, and whether or not we should have a time limit for being online.

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This week the team dives into whether or not we will see a split in the ANC, SARS holding a gun to taxpayers’ heads, the vaccine passport, Donald Trump, and much more. They're joined by Rob Hutchinson, MD of “Dear South Africa”, a civil organisation which facilitates public participation in government policy formation. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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06.05.21 Pt 2 - What do the Zondo Commission, SARS, and the vaccine passport all have in common? Nothing, other than being the most heated current political stories! To discuss these and more, the team is joined by Rob Hutchinson, MD of “Dear South Africa” - a civil organisation which facilitates public participation in government policy formation.

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20.04.21 Pt 1 - The show starts off on a good note as Micheal Flax shares how he woke up to an email that left him smiling. Gareth and Siya don’t seem to see eye-to-eye when it comes to hitting rock bottom and how it builds character. Between Prince Philip’s funeral and Prince Harry’s wedding, which one do you think got the most ratings?

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On Friday I became a trending topic on Twitter. Nothing unusual here – I’ve been used to this since social media became a big deal in South Africa, but it’s still never welcome news. Someone posted a tweet saying that when she and her friends were 15 (she’s 27 now), she met me at a nightclub and I bought them drinks and propositioned them. Needless to say it took off on Twitter and other fallacious titbits piled up about everything I’ve probably never done, including that I should be de-platformed for among other things, “He disputed the US election result”… as though I was Donald Trump himself and responsible for the insurrection on Capitol Hill.

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19.02.21 Pt 2 - Is it rude to ask how someone died, or should you just mind your own business? Only Damon would admit to missing Donald Trump. Should you add your social media logins and Bitcoin to your Will? Alex Simeonides answers all your questions about what you should include, and the importance of having a Will.

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19.02.21 Pt 1 - Are we throwing around the term ‘hate speech’ too loosely? A new dating app promises to link younger women with older men… hmm. “It’s a bit of a grey area” seems to be Damon’s phrase of the day. Oh no, our Facebook page has been hacked!

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18.02.21 Pt 1 - Masks and social distancing have saved us from bad breath and people standing too close to you... but is Phumi being dramatic when it comes to judging grown folks for eating ice-cream in public? Where does one find 40 people in the middle of the day to incite violence? Has social media made it okay to blatantly lie about our appearance?

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