The USA is polarising at the best of times, but mix in what was a heated election, protests, social media threats and Covid-19 and you get its current state. In a time like this, how does the Secret Service ensure the President is protected? Evy Poumpouras is a former Secret Service agent who worked under the Obama, Bush (both) and Clinton administrations. She's now the co-host on Bravo TV's series Spy Games, author of Becoming Bulletproof, and national media contributor who covers national security, law enforcement and crime.

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Biden’s inaugural address was a soulful plea to come together. After being in office for a week he has already overturned Donald Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the US military, and rejoined the Paris climate agreement... is President Joe Biden better than Trump, or will the honeymoon phase come to an end sooner than expected? The Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief David Smith joins the team to discuss what’s happening in the USA. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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28.01.21 Pt 2 - Phumi is counting down the days until private schools open, as she has had it with homeschooling! David Smith, the Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief who is based in the epicentre of all US politics, joins the team to discuss what’s happening in America.

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Is there collusion between the ANC and the corporate world, and should this concern South Africans moving forward? The IRR and SA citizens have been misled by South African banks, which is being revealed as conversations between government and the big banks spill into the public domain. Our government is out of money... what is left for them to extract from the public coffers? Is the Zondo Commission just a perception management exercise? Are there correlations between South Africa's and Venezuela's economic declines - and should we be observing them closely to avoid the same dreadful fate? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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19.11.20 Pt 2 - Is it acceptable to still be telling dad jokes in 2020 when Tik Tok is a thing? In a liberal democracy, should the citizenry be consulted about all decisions that affect them? So Jacob Zuma basically had a Facebook friend request declined in public, how will he approach this Zondo dilemma? In what feels like a pivotal moment in South Africa's history - the question becomes, how strong is the constitution... and can it withstand the land debate to hold the Republic of South Africa together?

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The US election ends next week - and the country seems split down the middle. Are we too polarised to live side by side, or will the ballot box divide us irreparably? With Deborah Droke, Dom Leon-Davis, Dr Jonathan Witt and special guest Sasha-Lee Olivier.

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Why did Tito go off script during his Medium Term Budget Speech? Were his comments about Tygerberg Hospital unethical, and how much power does he have in reality? Is SAA a distraction, or simply a failing SOE? It's important to keep an eye on the Zondo Commission so you are better informed for elections. How do we deal with debt and taxes? And the team takes bets on who will win the US election. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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29.10.20 Pt 2 - What is the aim of the Medium Term Budget Speech? Is Tito trustworthy, and how much power does he really have? How can we deal with incompetent and stupid people? If you're angry about the SAA bailouts, don't miss next week's instalment of the Zondo soapie! Who will win the US election? The team places their bets.

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In this full unedited interview by Gareth Cliff, Mary Trump dishes the dirt on her famous uncle and the Trump family.

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Gareth Cliff and his panel delve into the pitfalls of the dark web, with Dr David Klatzkow, Dr Eve and Bernard Hotz. Plus Mary Trump dishes the dirt on her famous uncle.

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