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Mar 27, 2020

The spy who cried… Former South African spy boss, Moe Shaik, has just published an amazingly frank account of his life. Also, anti-colonial thinker Frantz Fanon not only loved football, he was a fine player too.

Hosted by: Musawenkosi Cabe
Guests:
Moe Shaik and Nigel Gibson
Editor:
Charles Leonard
Production:
The...


Mar 23, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated the globe, with the number of infections and resulting deaths exploding. We speak to an Italian journalist who gives us a taste of a day in the life of a country in lockdown.

Hosted by: Njabulo Ngidi
Guest:
Alex Čizmić
Editor:
Charles Leonard
Production:
The Good People
Song:
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Mar 20, 2020

Women have been working underground alongside male mineworkers in South Africa’s mines since 2004. We go down a mine to find out if the repressive macho culture has changed.
 
Also on our menu today, the food that working-class people around the world eat has a lot in common. We find out what’s for lunch.

Hosted...


Mar 13, 2020

South African rugby is redressing its racist past with support from unexpected quarters, and we question if the revolution in Lebanon five months ago can still effect change.

Hosted by: Njabulo Ngidi
Guests:
Simnikiwe Xabanisa and Ashraf Mtaweh
Editor:
Charles Leonard
Production by:
The Good People
Song:
"Ensay" by...


Mar 4, 2020

Many see South African minibus taxi drivers as untouchable, but they are some of the most exploited workers in the country.Left-wing street theatre is huge in India – we hear how a performance on New Year’s Day 1989 ended in tragedy.

Hosted by: Musawenkosi Cabe
Guests:
Lee Randall, Sudhanva Deshpande
Editor: