ManPatria Podcast

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Episode 91: SAA Sells 51% Stake to Private Consortium | Ramaphosa allows Private Companies to produce 100MW of Electric

After a long period of absence from the ManPatria Studio, Dumo and Nzuzo return to discuss SAA selling 51% stake to a private consortium, a mother giving birth 10 kids, Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter’s reducing Eskom’s debt by R90bn (20%) in 18 months, Lindiwe Zulu experiencing loadshedding live on air, Ramaphosa allowing lifting the electricity generation threshold form 50MW to 100 MW, Ingonyama Trust being ordered to pay back millions to its tenants, Macron getting slapped, Bheki Cele announcing that police staff will not receive a salary increase for three years, and Julius Malema demanding that all schools be closed due to the third wave.

Episode 89: The Ruling Elite (ANC) are Detached From Reality | They don't want us to own Guns

Dumo and Nzuzo return to discuss Zuma's latest appearance in court, the EFF's support for Zuma, the latest proposed amendment to the firearms control act, the governments lack of ability to resolve problems, Zweli Mkhize's alleged involvement in corruption, the prospects of polyandry, the healthcare workers submissions to Parliament on NHI.
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Episode 87 | The ANC is ‘not’ broke, just having cashflow issues | SARS going after Taxi Industry

When will the National State of Disaster end? Will low interest rates contribute to stagflation? Should the government introduce more strict regulations to mitigate the third wave? Is the ANC trying to hide the fact that they are really broke? Are blocking imports of products helping local producers or is it just another Kheyda (Cadre) Empowerment Programme? Should we be allowed to access portion of our pension funds to as a guarantee for a loan? Dumo unpacks these issues in this podcast.

Episode 86: The ANC Must Go | Ace Magashule Suspended | DA makes Cringe Campaign Video

Ace Magashule has been suspended and the media has been giving his suspension a lot of attention. Is the attention that Ace’s suspension receiving warranted? Is the introduction of a state-owned bank a good idea given the horrible track record of SOE’s in South Africa? Will the DA’s advert featuring John Steenhusien motivate voters to vote for DA? Dumo and Nzuzo unpack these questions.
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Episode 85: Ramaphosa makes an appearance at the Zondo Commission | The Post Office wants to deliver fast food

Did Afriforum do the right thing by securing an interdict which prevents equity fund payments? Was President Cyril Ramaphosa correct by framing Kheyda (Cadre) deployment being implemented incorrectly? Do we need the Cuban engineers? Is the Post Office showing signs of desperation by enforcing a law which makes them the only entity allowed to deliver items that are less than 1kg? Dumo unpacks these questions.
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Episode 84: Has Tokyo “Mjapan” Sexwale Lost His Mind? | Derek Chauvin Found Guilty of George Floyd's Murder

Was the European Super League a good idea? How should we react to the Cape Town fires? Is Thulas Nxesi attempting a power grab with the new Employment Equity Bill? Was justice served when Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the George Floyd murder? Was Tokyo Sexwale scammed or has he lost his mind given the allegation that money meant for free education and welfare was stolen from the “Heritage Fund”? Dumo and Nzuzo unpack these questions
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Episode 83: How Stealth Taxes Negatively Impact the Poor | Hank Azaria apologises for voicing Apu

Are the disparities between men’s and women’s earnings in sports (Megan Rapinoe) a sign of injustice? Did the government deceive us by introducing stealth taxes while saying that they are not increasing income taxes? Are middle class South Africans obligated to support the township economy? Was Hank Azaria trying to save his career by apologising for voicing Apu on the Simpsons?

Episode 81: Thando Mahlangu kicked out of a shop for wearing traditional attire | Teacher combs students' hair

Are public sector unions asking for too much given the COVID-19 pandemic? Was it correct for a teacher to comb a student's untidy hair in front of other students? Are those who extol BEE (affirmative action) operating under an elitist mindset? Was the Boulders Mall manager to correct in kicking Thando Mahlangu out for wearing traditional Ndebele clothing? Dumo, Nzuzo and Koketso unpack these questions in this podcast.

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