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Chapter 2.19: Coalitions and oppositions

Journalists Emsie Ferreira and Lizeka Tandwa chat to Mmusi Maimane, Paul Berkowitz and Narend Singh about the state of the opposition

Chapter 2.19: Riots, violence and elections – a political podcast

In this episode, veteran journalist Paddy Harper and political journalist Lizeka Tandwa chat to Mawethu Mosery and Vasu Gounden about riots and the elections

Chapter 2.19: Corruption and the elections – a political podcast

In this episode, M&G politics journalist Khaya Koko chats with Professor Barry Hanyane and Advocate Selby Makgotho about corruption and elections

Chapter 2.19: A political podcast about the local election

In this first episode, our politics journalist Lizeka Tandwa and veteran journalist Paddy Harper chat to our guest about service delivery and the elections.

Ask Yourself: Episode 8 – This is not a “girl conversation”

In this episode, Portia Derby asks the simple question, "Why do so few men call out their sexist friends?".

Ask Yourself: Episode 7 – The media and politics

Athandiwe Saba talks to writer, director and performer Ameera Conrad about the role of media in protect and politics.

Ask Yourself: Episode 6 – Listening between the lines

In which the Ukuzibuza team ask the Langa Mavuso about music and its relevance to societal issues.

Ask Yourself: Episode 5 – The come up

In which the Ukuzibuza team ask the M&G editor what support exists for young writers.

Ask Yourself: Episode 4 – The mental health currency

In which the Ukuzibuza team ask about the challenges young people face online and off when it comes to mental health.

Ask Yourself: Episode 3 – 616

In which the Ukuzibuza team ask "Is there still room for monastic schools in a world where gender is fluid?"

Ask Yourself: Episode 2 – Pride and Preference

In which the Ukuzibuza team ask "Is there still room for monastic schools in a world where gender is fluid?"

Ask Yourself: Episode 1 – How to start a revolution

Celebrate Youth Day by tuning in to episode one of our new youth-centred podcast series.

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