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The Government could ignore the new law banning a "no deal" Brexit.

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The Iranian ship seized off Gibraltar is traced to Syria.



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The Binge Club

14 February 2020 8:35 AM

Guest: Matt Green

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Ann Bernstein of CDE on SONA

14 February 2020 8:25 AM

Ann Bernstein of the Centre for Development and Enterprise comments on Sona and
wether President Ramaphosa has South Africa on the right track for economic growth,
especially when it comes to producing the electricity we so desperately need to keep
businesses afloat.

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The World View - The Virus Quarantine Eacapee

14 February 2020 7:56 AM

Curbs on the US President the senate votes to avert any instant war with Iran.

A Mayor on the Sofa a wannabe mayor of London goes sofa surfing.

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#IFQSAT: I feel quite strongly that the necessary conditions for a successful sovereign wealth fund aren’t present in South Africa, at this time

14 February 2020 7:44 AM

On the back of the President’s announcement of a Sovereign Wealth Fund to be launched during his State of the Nation Address, Refilwe reflects on whether South Africa is suited for such a specific and precarious vehicle, under the current administration.

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Cash Paymaster Services must pay back the money

14 February 2020 7:31 AM

David Lewis of Corruption Watch talks about their court victory over Cash Paymaster
Services who distributed state's grants. This week the Constitutional Court rejected CPS's
application for leave to appeal the Supreme Court of Appeals judgment over its
handling of grants, meaning it must repay R316 million to government.

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Key takeaway moments from SONA 2020

14 February 2020 7:28 AM

EWN parliamentary correspondent Gaye Davis walks us through the main points from
President Cyril Ramaphosa's Sona.

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Everyday Xhosa

14 February 2020 6:57 AM

Guest: Qingqile Mdlulwa Correspondent at Everyday Xhosa.

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IFP reflects on Scopa

14 February 2020 6:38 AM

Mkhuleko Hlengwa, the chairperson of Scopa and member of the IFP reflects on the
President's Sona and what it means for battling SOEs.

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#IFQSAT: I Feel Quite Strongly that the average South African knows very well what the State of the Nation is.

13 February 2020 8:54 AM

What we want to know is what has changed, what has been truly accomplished, what action has been taken. Unlike June 2019’s SONA, save the 10-year pies in the sky for yourself, Mr President. Do not patronize the citizenry.

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Emerging Economies x Russia

13 February 2020 8:53 AM

Guest: Dr Sara Pienaar Former director at SA Institute for International Affairs.

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