2 Crickets In A Thorn Tree

SA INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS  |  Podcast , ±1 hr 09 min episodes every 1 week, 2 days  | 
Nicholas Lorimer and Gabriel Crouse provide their own unique take on everything and anything going on in South Africa and the world at large, with a focus on history, philosophy and current affairs.

Getting away with murder in South Africa, Russian oligarchs, American elections and geopolitical strategy all feature in this unconventional podcast.

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Princeton Nobel gongs

Gabriel and Nick chat about the Princeton university members who have recently won Nobel prizes they also discuss the global energy crisis and the DA poster mess.

Seeing things from a French perspective

In this wildly tangential episode, Nick and Gabriel discuss what makes the Geo-politics of France tick among other things.

Note:We had to upload the episode without the intro music, the intro music will return next episode.

The curious case of Larry Elder and the Egg

Gabriel and Nick chat about the egging of Republican Larry Elder, and what the media response says about race esteem teams. They also discuss the death of the man accused of the first internationally recognized Apartheid political murder

Could Zuma have been a good president?

Please note: there was an issue with the upload this has now been fixed

Nick and Gabriel are joined by Hermann and Marius for their longest ever podcast where they discuss the thesis that asks if Zuma could have been a great president had some things been different.

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