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Ratings agency predicts SA coalition chaos

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Today’s Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Michael Morris and Sara Gon. They discuss some recent political analysis by Moody’s Rating Agency. They also discuss

Are you being targeted by political ads? | Daily Friend Wrap

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Nicholas Lorimer and Terence Corrigan discuss the use of Facebook and Instagram for political adverts in SA. They also chat about the South African Communist

SA mining toxic to foreign money | Daily Friend Wrap

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Nicholas Lorimer and Marius Roodt discuss the toxic environment for companies looking to invest in South Africa. They also chat about Xiluva and MK and

Is Zuma’s MK party illegal?

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Today’s Daily Friend Show with Sara Gon, Nicholas Lorimer and Makone Maja discusses accusations that the MK party forged the signatures it needed to register,

Cops vs Cops

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In today’s Daily Friend Show, Terence Corrigan, Nicholas Lorimer and Anlu Keeve discuss the showdown between Johannesburg Metro Cops and the South African Police Service

How far into your life can a company reach? | Daily Friend Wrap

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Nicholas Lorimer and Chris Hattingh discuss the case of a woman fired for smoking at home. They also discuss the slow rate of economic growth

Is Zuma very sick? | Daily Friend Wrap

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Hermann Pretorius and Nicholas Lorimer discuss the news reports that Zuma has had a spell of poor health recently. They also discuss the attempted arrest

Zuma and MK coming for your stuff | Daily Friend Wrap

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Nicholas Lorimer and Marius Roodt discuss the crazy ideas proposed by Jacob Zuma’s MK party. They also discuss Terrorist funding in South Africa and illegal

Ramaphosa and the big banks

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Today’s Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Terence, Corrigan and Michael Morris comments President Ramaphosa made with regard to businesses and the “monopolistic” control of

SA’s great cyber threat

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Today’s Daily Friend Show with Hermann Pretorius, Michael Morris, and Nicholas Lorimer discusses the poor track record of government departments fending off cyber attacks. They