The Daily Friend Show

The Daily Friend Show is a weekly current-affairs show brought to you by the IRR.

The show covers topics of politics, social issues and economics through the lens of liberalism. No topic is taboo, nothing is off limits. Our team of analysts and writers from our website www.DailyFriend.co.za

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09
SEP

The Brexit mess unpacked and the breakdown in law & order in SA!

Welcome to the Monday edition of The Daily Friend Show, hosted by Big Daddy Liberty.

In studio today is Daily Friend Editor, Sara Gon, and IRR analysts, Marius Roodt and Nic Lorimer. We look at the absolute nightmare that is Brexit, and discuss what Prime Minister Boris Johnson can do to salvage the mess.

We also look at the after-math of the #AmINext women's protest in Cape Town. Has there been meaningful change brought by this? Will it spur government action? Will it empower women?
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06
SEP

NHI - a hiding to nothing

In this special podcast, Sara Gon interviews Paul Theron, CEO of Vestact. Paul has refreshingly outspoken views on the NHI as featured in his recent Business Blunders (ep. 153 and 154). We apologise for the quality of the sound but Paul’s answers are clear and well worth hearing.

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