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Is 'racial capitalism' to blame for the poor's electricity woes?

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https://iono.fm/e/1184700 Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Bheki Mahlobo, and Terence Corrigan discuss a study out of UJ which examines the experience of Soweto residents' problems with electricity. They also chat about inflation and the attacks on paramedics across

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The mind of Elon Musk

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For some reason the woke have a deep dislike of Elon Musk. The reason might well be that, for the woke, Musk’s attachment to free speech in the traditional sense is an unforgiveable thought crime. Musk is also of course

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R147 million for Cuba from SA since 2018

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https://iono.fm/e/1184184 Today's Daily Friend Show with Terence Corrigan, Michael Morris, and Nicholas Lorimer discusses the revelations that Cuba has been let almost R150 million by SA since 2018 and they also discuss the allegedly racist incident at Stellenbosch University. Or

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The ANC’s ideology rewards kleptocracy

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People don’t join the ANC because they want to serve the people. They join the ANC to get rich. This is the natural outcome of a socialist ideology. More than four years into his presidency, nobody would dispute that Cyril

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442 shootings in WC in 18 months - the crime blame game

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https://iono.fm/e/1183747 Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Hermann Pretorius and Sholan Booysen, looks at the huge number of gang-related shootings in the Western Cape, the writing off of R1,2 Billion in debt by an Eastern Cape municipality, and the

In No Uncertain Terms
In No Uncertain Terms

On another level: the dangers in Gender Theory

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We have written numerous articles about the implementation of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in schools in South Africa. CRT is one consequence of the current social justice movement. It is usually presented as Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI or, as

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Legal patronage sabotages competitiveness and growth

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Prosecuting corruption is necessary but it won’t fix our economy. Vigilantly pursuing the Zondo Commission’s recommendations must be accompanied by finding solutions to our youth unemployment crisis,  guided by today’s international currents.  While legal tools have evidenced rampant corruption, lawful