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Feb 25, 2022

Amnesty International explains why Israel is an apartheid state. An iconic Soweto cinema makes way for a mall. And we revisit the jazz haven, Club Pelican, a place of love and Black consciousness.

Chapters:

02:28 - Saleh Hijaz, 

18:53 - Eyethu Cinema 

28:01 - Mphethi Morojele

36:27 -...


Feb 18, 2022

Xenophobia is raising its ugly head again in South Africa under the guise of protecting jobs, and it’s threatening to turn violent. We speak to those at the centre of it: migrants.

 

Chapters:

01:25 - Xenophobia scenesetter

09:08 - Patrick Ilunga

13:59 - Edith Chikwana

17:10 - Sylvestre Kabasidi 

23:52 -...


Feb 11, 2022

The Afcon tournament in Cameroon was full of the politics, passion and pain of African football. We talk about the cup’s pan-Africanism, ask who’s to blame for the deadly stampede and get a Bafana star to weigh in on our team’s future chances.

Chapters:

02:06 - Sean Jacobs

23:18 - Maher Mezahi

38:34 - Matthew...


Feb 4, 2022

We look at solutions as students tell us about their struggle to afford university as the academic year begins. And, we visit the first nightclub opened in Soweto with veteran jazzman Khaya Mahlangu.

Chapters:

02:24 - Higher education

18:24 - Salim Vally

37:38 - Club Pelican