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EXPLAINER: VBS LOOTING, MAHUNA INVESTMENTS AND JULIUS MALEMA

EXPLAINER: VBS LOOTING, MAHUNA INVESTMENTS AND JULIUS MALEMA

Eusebius spoke to Scorpio and Daily Maverick investigative reporter Pauli Van Wyk about her latest investigative journalism report into moneys that allegedly illegally been siphoned off by Julius Malema and the EFF in the VBW Mutual Bank heist. 



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20 September 2019 11:03 AM

Did Judge Lamont get it wrong when clearing Afriforum’s Ernst Roets of contempt of court charges? What is a declaratory order and how do we as South Africans react to symbols of hate and our horrendous past? Eusebius Mckaiser in conversation with the Nelson Mandela Foundation’s Kneo Mokgopa and historian, Vashna Jagarnath explore the ongoing debate around the Apartheid flag and what the latest legal judgements mean for those who wish to continue displaying it.

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20 September 2019 9:42 AM

Investigations editor Thanduxolo Jika at the Mail & Guardian explains the evidence suggesting so. 

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Eusebius speaks to Happy Ngidi, Marketing & Communications Officer at Proudly South Africa, Fachmy Abrahams, Co-Ordinator in the General Secretary’s office at SACTWU and Thebe Ikalafeng, Founder & CEO of Brand Leadership Group 

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World of work- getting graduates ready for work (31:47)

18 September 2019 11:45 AM

Eusebius speaks to labour law expert, Adv Ronel de Jager about ways to prepare our graduates for the complexities of the working world. 

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Boycott or broadcast-what must we do about the EFF? (30:54)

18 September 2019 10:51 AM

The EFF has called for a ban on the Daily Maverick, their investigative unit Scorpio, and independent investigative journalism unit amaBhungane from their events and briefings. Despite this the media organisations have since expressed their desire to continue covering the political party. Is this the right attitude to take or would a complete media blackout make a bigger statement? What implications does this ban have for freedom of expression? In conversation with Kate Skinner from SANEF and Prof Pierre de Vos. 

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CALLERS CRITIQUE THABO MBEKI'S LECTURE ON ROBERT MUGABE (34:55)

18 September 2019 9:50 AM

On the 702 open line, many callers including Zimbabwean citizens, expressed strong disagreement with former president Mbeki about the legacy of Mugabe 

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Is President Cyril Ramaphosa in control? (45:46)

17 September 2019 12:02 PM

The past few weeks have shon a spotlight on President Cyril Ramaphosa's leadership and have raised questions about who is really in charge of the State. Eusebius hosts political analyst, Karima Brown, and public law professor, Richard Calland, in a discussion around the state of the State. 

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The Rica judgement: Maintaining personal privacy versus national state security (46:10)

17 September 2019 11:00 AM

What does the recent court judgement on mass state surveillance, Rica, say about the need for the protection of South Africans' personal privacy? Eusebius speaks to Professor Jane Duncan, investigative reporter, Sam Sole and Privacy International's Dr Ilia Siatitsa about the implications of the Gauteng High Court's ruling. 

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