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The Week that Wasn't with Chester Missing and Conrad Koch

Famed political puppet Chester Missing and his sidekick Conrad Koch always cause a stir with their commentary on current affairs - and this week was no exception.

(Also read our article: The life and times of Chester Missing and ventriloquist Conrad Koch)

The ungovernable duo took a blow at the news making local and international headlines, including:

  • Oscar Pistorius' delayed parole release
  • National Commissioner Riah Phiyega's recent remarks
  • The latest in the Nkandlagate saga
  • Several Women's Month controversies
  • The Greek economic bailout
  • Transformation in SA rugby
  • The National Prosecuting Authority reshuffle and more.

They also shed some light on how exactly the loudmouth puppet went missing on Air France last month.

Don't miss the funny pair performing in the Mass Hysteria Comedy Show until the 23 August 2015 at the Montecasino, Johannesburg.

Listen to the full conversation with Chester Missing and Conrad Koch on The Redi Tlhabi Show:

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