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The Daily Friend Show is a 30-minute current affairs podcast featuring our analysts and writers. It presents a liberal perspective on the political, social and economic issues of the day. No topic is taboo, nothing is off-limits. Our team of analysts and writers from South Africa's fastest-growing liberal news site - dailyfriend.co.za. #InNoUncertainTerms
 
At the Institute for Ecological Civilization we are working internationally to support systemic approaches to long-term sustainability by developing collaborations among government, business, and religious leaders and among scholars, activists, and policy makers. This podcast provides a glimpse into the kinds of projects and conversations that we regularly take part in. If you enjoy this podcast, you can help support the work that we are doing at EcoCiv by making a donation at ecociv.org. Mu ...
 
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Nicholas Lorimer chats to Hermann Pretorius and Sara Gon about resistance to ASISA in the finance industry, Pravin Gordhan’s call for more black pilots at SAA and how it's going in the United States.Have a great weekend everyone. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Google Podcast…
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks Terence Corrigan and Hermann Pretorius about a report Terence wrote regarding the state of women’s property rights in Africa, their view on a call for Elon Musk to send his money back to SA and Tito Mboweni’s demand that the world bank attaches no strings to any loans.#InNoUncertainTerms…
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks John Endres and Gabriel Crouse if they think Malema’s threats against the police are a step too far, whether domestic workers will lose jobs if the minimum wage is raised and whats going on with the attacks on truck drivers in KZN.#InNoUncertainTerms Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Google Podca…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Marius Roodt, and Sara Gon discuss the fallout of the Brackenfell protest, the downgrade of South Africa’s debt by two ratings agencies and the British Library's bizarre move to be “anti-racist".Have a great week everyone and thanks for listening. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Michael Morris and Terence Corrigan, discuss the EFF threat to return to Brackenfell High School to shut everything down, the enormous amount of debt owed to municipalities and if there might be a 2nd lockdown over Christmas.From all of us at The Daily Friend, have a great weekend. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google …
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Terence Corrigan discuss the dispute over retrenchments at the SABC, the big taxi strike in Gauteng and what’s wrong with our mining industry.#InNoUncertainTerms Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on SpotifyBy SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Marius Roodt and John Endres discuss the Mo Ibrahim report on governance in Africa, the EFF bill calling for reserve bank nationalization and the good news about the Covid Vaccine. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on SpotifyBy SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Sara Gon and Hermann Pretorius discuss the latest on prescribed assets, the flight of a self-described prophet to Malawi and the looming civil war in Ethiopia.Have a great week everyone. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on SpotifyBy SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Terence Corrigan and Marius Roodt discuss the arrest warrant for Ace Magashule and if it will herald a change in the fight against corruption, the ongoing corruption in the “land reform process” and how South Africans should think about Armistice Day.We apologize for the poor audio quality of yesterday's episode. Subscribe on Appl…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Michael Morris and Sara Gon discuss the confrontation between parents and the EFF outside Brakenfell High School and Michael and Sara talk about how to ensure all South Africa’s languages are developed. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Google PodcastBy SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Hermann Pretorius chart the course forward for the US now that the election dust is starting to settle and Hermann and Gabriel respond to Minister of Public Works & Infrastructure, Patricia de Lille's attack on the IRR's recommendations on expropriation.If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe on your favorit…
 
Ellie Leaning speaks with Salva Dut, who is the founder and chief strategy director for Water for South Sudan. Salva was born in a rural village in southwestern Sudan to the Dinka tribe. At 11 years old, the Sudanese Civil War reached his village and separated Salva from his family. He joined thousands of boys, famously known as the “Lost Boys,” on…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, asks Sara Gon and Terence Corrigan for their views on an announcement by the Presidency that pension funds “are on the table”, surprising news from the U.S. election in California and what to expect from this year’s Covid hit matrics.If you enjoy the show, please share it with friends and family. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subsc…
 
Marius Roodt, Hermann Pretorius, and Gabriel Crouse talk about (what else) the US election. They look at the numbers in the battleground states in the Rustbelt, which will decide the elections, and ask whether it's time for pollsters to call it a day. Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Apple Podcast…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Michael Morris and Gabriel Crouse look back on the U.S. election campaign of 2020, discuss a victory against BEE in the courts and lastly, whether electronic voting is a good idea for South Africa. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Google PodcastBy SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Marius Roodt and Terence Corrigan discuss the results of the DA's virtual Federal Congress and the EFF's unusual relationship with non-racialism and white lawyers. Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google PodcastBy SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Laugh or cry you can't look away from Tito's Medium-term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS).Politics is as much about the numbers as it is the theatre, and after taking a deep dive into the numbers and serious implications of the MTBS last night, IRR analyst, Gabriel Crouse, looks to the high theatrics in Parliament to see if there is a method to this…
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks Frans Cronje and Hermann Pretorius for their thoughts on the Finance Minister’s Medium-term Budget Policy Statement, who they think will win the DA leadership contest, and why a netball team was disqualified for having too many black players.If you enjoy the show, we'd like to thank you for listening! Have a wonderful weekend.…
 
Did Tito Mboweni's Medium-term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) offer South Africans hope for the future? Join Frans Cronje, Anthea Jeffery and Gabriel Crouse as we analyze Tito's speech and what it means for you #InNoUncertainTerms. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify · Subscribe on Google Podcast…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Terence Corrigan and Sara Gon discuss the talks by government to secure further loans from the World bank to rescue our fiscus, the court victory for the DA which allows them to take back control of Tshwane municipality and we discuss if early voting is a good idea.Watch a special briefing tonight at 8PM on our YouTube channel whe…
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks John Endres and Hermann Pretorius for their view on the confirmation of American supreme court justice Amy Coney Barret, and Herrmann gives an explainer on what the legal doctrine of “originalism” is. The crew also discusses the 700 000 hectors of government land advertised as vacant, but which includes land worked by many bla…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Terence Corrigan discuss the prospect of a 2nd lockdown and how seriously we should take the government’s threats about it. We discuss Mmusi’s letter to white South Africans and the move by the Patriotic Alliance to take over a City of Joburg department.If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us: https…
 
Michael Morris, Sara Gon and Nicholas Lorimer discuss a resident’s scheme to plant trees in potholes in KZN, the recent shooting of protestors in Nigeria and the DA’s plan to stop banks bailing out SAA.To all our loyal listeners, have a wonderful weekend!By SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks Hermann Pretorius and Sara Gon for their thoughts on a plan by the SABC to expand the definition of tv licenses, the appearance of former journalist Ranjeni Munusamy in Tito’s budget speech writing team and if Biden or Trump will be better for SA. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Terence Corrigan discuss a study from Oxford University that shows young people are more disenchanted about democracy than any previous generation. They also discuss whether the fears of a Covid-19 2nd wave in SA is justified and what to make of Bheki Cele being called before the Zondo Commission. Subscribe on A…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Marius Roodt and Sara Gon discuss the beheading of a school teacher in France by an Islamic extremist, an anti-immigrant protest by South Africans in Musina Limpopo and a plan for private-public partnerships in running SA’s trains. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Sara Gon discuss the curious case of a teacher accused of declaring themselves the ‘wrong’ race, the response of Agricultural Business Chamber to the EWC bill and Facebook’s move to ban adverts for anti-vaccine positions. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on Spotify…
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks Frans Cronje and Ivo Vegter for their insights into the proposed Expropriation Bill that is heading to parliament and Ivo explains a recent reversal of policy on lockdowns by the world Health Organization.If you enjoy the Show, don't forget to subscribe on your preferred podcast player! Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe o…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Marius Roodt and Hermann Pretorius discuss the story that a number of successful black farmers face eviction at the hands of the state for not paying bribes, what to expect from the economic recovery plan proposed by Ramaphosa and what the president said about farm murders in his most recent letter to the nation. Subscribe on Appl…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Sara Gon and Hermann Pretorius explore the government’s options in the medium-term policy budget statement, Hermann gives his take on the U.S. vice presidential debate and the crew discuss the strange story of the arrest warrant of Ace Magashule.That's all for this week folks, have a wonderful weekend. Subscribe on Apple Podcast ·…
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks Terence Corrigan and Frans Cronje for their take on the riot at the courthouse in Senekal, the attack on the IRR by ASISA and Frans gives his view on the 2020 U.S. election.If you enjoy this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Daily Friend Show on your preferred podcast player. Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on G…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Marius Roodt discuss the COSATU and SAFTU strike and the union’s damaging effect on the economy, a statement by ASISA CEO which downplays the threat of prescribed assets and the great corruption bust of 2018 which went no where.If you enjoy the show, we're glad to have you along! Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Sub…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Sara Gon discuss Trump’s Covid diagnosis, Ramaphosa’s land reform plan to hand out 700 000 acres of land and if the IMF’s loan terms are violated by the SAA bailout. Subscribe on Google Podcast · Subscribe on Apple Podcast · Subscribe on SpotifyBy SA Institute of Race Relations
 
Nicholas Lorimer asks Sara Gon and John Endres whether the recent arrest of high ranking officials in the Free State is a portent of things to come, the three also discuss the opening up of travel to some foreign tourists and a shocking new report into the level of hunger and stunted growth amongst SA’s children.If you enjoy the show, please rate a…
 
Nicholas Lorimer, Gabriel Crouse and Terence Corrigan discuss the first of three debates between Donald Trump and Joe Biden for control of the most powerful nation in the world. They also talk about a story from the Daily Maverick about the level of destruction wrought on Gauteng’s rail network by vandals and thieves and we briefly discuss the mass…
 
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