Today with John Perlman

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The aim of the show is to provide the ultimate debate platform, raising current issues affecting the Gauteng province, but of national relevance. Topics are based on current affairs and politics with an aim to inform as well as to make a difference by rousing curiosity through debate and ultimately resulting in some form of action from the listener and guest. Today with John Perlman features current issues. It is thought-provoking, paradigm shifting but definitely not your ordinary talk show.

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Election Debate

John interrogate a range of political parties manifestos and talk to those who are undecided to vote in the upcoming elections. John Perlman was joined by young undecided votes and political parties.
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John Perlman chat to Banyana Banyana Captain Janine van Wyk

in this edition of A Song A Book and A Dish, John Perlman had a chat with South African women's footballer Janine van Wyk who Captain the Senior National team and plays as a defender. On the 8th of June 2019, Janine will lead Banyana Banyana on to the football pitch in France for South Africa’s first ever game in the Woman’s World Cup against Spain.
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New political parties with John Perlman

Several new political parties have been formed since the last general election. What are these parties all about and what do they have to offer voters? This evening John Perlman is joined by representatives from the African Content Movement; the Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party and the African Covenant.
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When people say they are not going to vote

Maybe not even going to register - are they apathetic and apolitical or are they making a statement? And with less than 30 days to go, what can parties still do to win you over? To discuss these issues, John Perlman was joined by Pearl Pillay the MD of the Youth Lab and Political Analyst based at Wits University, Tasneem Essop.
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Shutdown in Alexandra

From the shutdown in Alexandra to Eskom’s update this afternoon, there’s a lot happening in the news. John Perlman will be joined by academic Leigh Ann Naidoo who will discuss a range of issues on the show’s regular Open Line
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Debates around immigration and border control

As the election draws nearer there are fierce debates going on about immigration and border control, about xenophobia and community frustration at poverty and poor services. John Perlman was joined by Phindile Kunene, an educator at the Tshisimani Centre for Activist education to discuss this
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State of Education System in South African.

On Today with John Pearlman we look at the state of South African Education System. John speaks to Montfort Mlachila, one of the authors of an IMF working paper titled - Struggling to Make the Grade: A Review of the Causes and Consequences of the Weak Outcomes of South Africa’s Education System, as well as takes reactions to the paper from the Department of Basic Education and teacher trade union SADTU.
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