Guest: John Dobson is a South African rugby union coach, currently the head coach of Super rugby side Stormers. He joins John to discuss the recent Stormers victory. If they overcome the Edinburgh hurdle, the Stormers will have matched their Super Rugby 2012 march to a major semi-final.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Foreign Affairs Journalist Peter Fabricius joins John to discuss the meeting between President Cyril Ramaphosa and the Head of Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, His Excellency Chancellor Olaf Scholz at the official visit that has taken place at the Union Buildings, Pretoria today.
Guest: Expert Legal Journalist Karyn Maughan joins join to discuss the latest developments in the Hlophe saga.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Mark Heywood, Editor at Daily Maverick
Mark Heywood brings the message from his important Maverick Citizen Editorial – We must act now to mitigate the impending food crisis — or face starvation and riots. The response to the pandemic has taught us that leaders of developed countries are not capable of working together to protect lives. As the world scrambles for food, in coming months it is more likely that we will see a repeat of what happened with Covid vaccines. South Africa should steal a lead and show the world how to respond fairly and equitably to the looming hunger catastrophe.
Guest: Karam Singh | Executive Director at Corruption Watch and Mr Timothy James Brauteseth KwaZulu-Natal Serves on the select committee for transport in NCOPLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Professor Barbara Sahakian is Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge, and she is regarded as one of the top researchers worldwide in the fields of neuroscience and psychology. She joins John to discuss the results of a recent study aimed to better understand the link between sleep, cognition, and wellbeingLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Estelle Ellis | Senior Journalist at Maverick Citizen
Senior Daily Maverick Journalist Estelle Ellis joins John to update him on the reality expressed in her article, 'The Crisis: Water Armageddon loading as Day Zero looms for Nelson Mandela Bay'. Nelson Mandela Bay will become the first South African metro to run out of water.
Guest: Carol PatonLISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: News 24 Columnist Ralph Mathekga explains his opinion that a political administration or formation that would emerge from a snap election could create a valuable sense of urgency in tackling the challenges confronted.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Guest: Veteran South African newspaper editor and commentator, Peter BruceLISTEN TO PODCAST