Dr Jonathan Witt and Leeto Nthoba join the team to analyse the difference between pro Zuma actions and the actions of looters. Plus a look at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s timid response, and why his leadership style makes the situation worse. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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15.07.21 Pt 2 - This week, the team - alongside Dr Jonathan Witt and Leeto Nthoba - have an open discussion about the recent looting in KZN and Gauteng. They chat about what this all means for the ANC, leadership styles that are worsening the situation, and what the future may look like.

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15.07.21 Pt 1 - Looting talks continue as the team agrees that this devastation cannot be swept under the rug, and how communities are losing faith in their government and now taking the law into their own hands. And in the midst of all this, you just got to love South Africans and their humour!

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Thabo Mbeki was right: There really are two South Africas. Most people jump to the conclusion that we’re a nation divided along racial lines. Others think it’s about the haves and the have-nots. The events of the past few days have made it abundantly clear that the real divide is between those who want law and order, and those who see the law only as a means to make themselves more powerful...

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04.06.21 Pt 1 - Ben Karpinski joins the guys to give them a bit of a life update. And Gareth reads an interesting email that involves a yoga position and farting.

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27.05.21 Pt 1 - The scenes from President Zuma’s trial were crazy... the crowds, the singing, the army! Is Prince Harry using his fame to bring much needed awareness to mental health? Elson Chigerwe, a regular listener, joins the team to give insight into the drama that’s been going on in Zimbabwe concerning Mugabe’s body and a sceptre that he was supposedly buried with.

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Commentator on politics, economics and global affairs Phumlani Majozi - Senior fellow at African Liberty joins Gareth and Phumi to have a candid conversation about the current political status of South Africa, if socialism is the answer, government increasing taxes and the high unemployment. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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25.03.21 Pt 2 - Dr Nthabiseng Moleko, a senior lecturer in managerial economics at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, joins the team to talk about education, student debt, unemployment, economic growth and a whole lot more.

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Gareth Cliff talks education, unemployment and pandering politicians with Siya 'Slikour' Metane, Unathi Kwaza and Rob Hersov. Plus special guest - The Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief, David Smith.

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26.01.21 Pt 2 - You either let things happen to you... or you make things happen. Getting fined R1000 for not wearing a mask sounds absolutely ridiculous - but is it truly unfair, considering people have been arrested for for much less under lockdown? GCS listener Michael Cooke joins the team to chat about his super yacht, diving for diamonds, Alexkor and the Zondo Commission.

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