Roger Jardine joins Gareth Cliff, Phumi Mashigo, and Kanthan Pillay this week. Together they touch on the controversial NHI bill, why the Tintswalos of South Africa should vote, and the importance of youth in elections and politics. Roger lays down some of his manifesto for his party, Change Starts Now.

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15.02.24 Pt 2 - Kanthan Pillay questions Change Starts Now president, Roger Jardine, about the true state of democracy in South Africa. Does minimum wage affect our competitiveness in the global economy? Plus, all things cadre deployment.

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Xavier Bapoo, a self-taught political analyst, joins Gareth Cliff and Jack Motlanthe as they delve into paid political influencers, the comparison between manifestos and party constitutions, and the influence of major groups on the electoral process. Powered by Podcast Party.

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13.02.24 Pt 2 - Xavier Bapoo, a self-studied political analyst, joins Gareth and Jack for Democracy 101 for a discussion on many topics including if voting is enough, Manifesto vs Party Constitution as well as Major Groups that have an impact on the vote.

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13.02.24 Pt 1 - ‘Please Call Me’ genius Kenneth Makate’s victory over Vodacom has Gareth and Jack celebrating. More on Tucker Carlson’s interview with Vladimir Putin… and the team delves into sustainable travel on The Window Seat.

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Gayton McKenzie has been making headlines in recent weeks, after taking some border issues and foreign policy into his own hands. He joins Gareth and Phumi to discuss the future of South Africa. They touch on Gayton’s ideologies of what South Africa could be if managed correctly by the right people, the PA’s new manifesto, as well as his stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict, the land issue, and equal race treatment.

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01.02.24 Pt 2 - Gayton McKenzie of the Patriotic Alliance steps in the ring to discuss the potential future of South Africa, if the PA were to be in the driver seat. Gareth and Phumi dig deep with subjects like equal race treatment, foreigners in South Africa, Cape Exit, and Gayton’s stance on the Israel-Palestine issue.

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30.01.24 Pt 2 - James Aphane, the IEC Electoral Operations Manager, and Matsobane Nkoko, IEC Party Funding Manager join the show to discuss some blurred lines involving the upcoming national elections. Voting abroad, how the funding for parties works, as well as tax allocation for politics from the man on the ground. James and Matsobane are here to reassure us with the procedures on how these elections will be free and fair.

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30.01.23 Pt 1 - Jack is under some pressure for grandkids after his father’s recent birthday, and Gareth goes off on the licensing department. Jonathan Gerber, owner of TAG, joins for The Window Seat.

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Kanthan Pillay joins Gareth Cliff and Phumi Mashigo this week. Gareth kicks off with a conspiracy theory sent in a from a listener regarding the MK Party and the ANC... but is Phumi buying into it? They dive into American and African politics - specifically, which African Leader was the best in office over the years, as well as touching on SA's upcoming national election, and which party has grabbed the attention of the public.

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