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Apr 30, 2021

To celebrate Workers’ Day, we go back in time. In Durban in 1973, South African workers were raising their voices for better conditions and their fists against the system of apartheid.


Apr 23, 2021

Everyone can be a social media influencer in a hyper-capitalist society. What comes next in advertising? Also, we look at the sinister side of the internet economy.

Chapters:

0:00- Teasers

1:04- Marketing and influencers

24:47- Adam Haupt

42:45- Song: Miriam Makeba - Toyota...


Apr 16, 2021

SA Rugby’s head explains the controversial way the Springboks will approach Black Lives Matter during the British & Irish Lions’ tour. Also, we explore the movement against racism in Poland’s football.

Chapters:

0:00 - Teasers

1:23 - Rugby

16:45 - Covid Rugby

24:37 - Mark Alexander

37:48 - Poland Football

 


Apr 9, 2021

South African scientists have played a crucial role in global Covid-19 research. We go behind the scenes with one of them. Also, residents of Cape Town’s historic Kalk Bay feel the creep of gentrification.

0:00 - Teasers

1:17 - Penny Moore

24:22 - Kalk Bay


Apr 1, 2021

We visit the Cissie Gool House. Is this occupation a model for affordable housing? Why the Paris Commune matters 150 years on. And, the story of a song with its roots in the Commune.

00:00 - Teasers 

01:12 - Cissy Gool 

11:37 - Paris Commune 

25:35 - The Internationale