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This Week in History recalls memorable and decisive events and personalities of the past. 19-20 January 1785 Battle of Rạch...

Maimane: Liberate Zimbabwe to solve SA immigration

https://iono.fm/e/1146940 Today's Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Bheki Mahlobo discusses the comments by Mmusi...

How to counter the Expropriation and Land Court Bills

Now that the ANC’s attempt to rewrite the property clause (Section 25) in the Constitution has been defeated,...
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Liberating SA’s children from bad education

https://iono.fm/e/1146463 Today's Daily Friend Show with Hermann Pretorius, Sara Gon and Nicholas Lorimer discusses the start of a...

What would a reform agenda for South Africa look like?

President Cyril Ramaphosa frequently talks about the need for structural economic reform in his State of the Nation addresses and elsewhere. But...
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Fikile Mbalula threatens to ‘educate’ the nation

https://iono.fm/e/1146017 Today's Daily Friend Show with Terence Corrigan , Sara Gon, and Nicholas Lorimer discusses comments by Transport...

Let’s not scapegoat private sector for government corruption

The first instalment of the report of the Zondo Commission into State Capture fingered a number of high-profile politicians, but also a...
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Two Crickets – Good news, Zondo, and the Inscrutable East

https://iono.fm/e/1145705 Nick and Gabriel are back with a discussion around good news regarding Covid, more good news from...
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“Slippery Cyril” accused of perjury

https://iono.fm/e/1145562 Today's Daily Friend Show with Marius Roodt and Gabriel Crouse, hosted by Nicholas Lorimer, discusses an accusation...
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Liberty & Friends – AARTO law struck down, Sisulu bats for RET, hushed Matric results, & Djokovic loses appeal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2PtWUPvSAw Join BDL as he wraps up the news week that was. He looks at what made...

How other Europeans helped the Nazis

Thursday this week, 20th January, is the 80th anniversary of the conference at Wannsee in Berlin where Nazi bosses decided on further...

SA shuns the most efficient transport

The most efficient vehicle ever invented is the bicycle. It delivers far more person-kilometres per unit of energy than any other vehicle....

The myopia of belief

Animal welfare is governed by legislation in South Africa. However, while our animal welfare laws make frequent mention of cruelty, they do...

The ANC’s 110th Anniversary Statement – Fact or Fiction?

In the classic Shakespearian tragedy Hamlet there is a scene wherein Lord Polonius is imparting various virtuous wisdoms to his soon-to-be travelling...

End state of disaster – IRR

An Institute of Race Relations (IRR) team, led by Gabriel Crouse, Head of Campaigns at the Institute, yesterday visited the Union Buildings...

EWC: the year ahead

The past year ended on a dramatic note, with Parliament failing to pass the Bill to Amend Section 25 of the Constitution....

Privatise the animal vaccine industry

Veterinary experts have drawn attention to the deterioration of yet another critical state-owned enterprise, Onderstepoort Biological Products. The dominant source of animal...

This Week in History recalls memorable and decisive events and personalities of the past. 11th January 1879 – The Anglo-Zulu...

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