SABC refuses to air flag ad

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Today’s Daily Friend Show with Nicholas Lorimer, Chris Hattingh, and Sara Gon discusses the SABC refusing to air the DA’s recent advert. They also chat

Education under threat: the BELA bill | Daily Friend Wrap

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Makone Maja, and Nicholas Lorimer discuss the imminent passage of the BELA bill. They also chat about MK’s youth leader and rate the posters of

Fun with flags: the DA, a burning flag and the social media storm | Daily Friend Wrap

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Nicholas Lorimer and Michael Morris discuss the DA’s election advert which contains the image of a burning flag. They also discuss the police struggling to

How Ramaphosa might lose the presidency | Daily Friend Wrap

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Nicholas Lorimer and Marius Roodt discuss a piece on News 24 which suggests that the IFP could end up with the presidency after the 2024

Loadshedding: A counter-revolutionary plot?

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Today’s Daily Friend Show with John Endres, Terence Corrigan and Nicholas Lorimer. They discuss claims by Thabo Mbeki that loadshedding was deliberately caused. They also

Why, oh why, is there no load shedding?

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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,