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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

Latest Episodes

Millennials reject democracy, Cele at Zondo and is there a 2nd Covid wave coming for SA?

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.

30 min18 h ago
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Millennials reject democracy, Cele at Zondo and is there a 2nd Covid wave coming for SA?

Terrorist attack in France, anti-immigrant protest in Limpopo and making the trains run on time

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.

30 min1 d ago
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Terrorist attack in France, anti-immigrant protest in Limpopo and making the trains run on time

Special Edition: What really happened at Senekal & what it means for SA

Hermann Pretorius discusses with Big Daddy Liberty, Gabriel Crouse and Alex Weiss, their experience at Senekal on Friday and the significance of it. #DontBeDribbled

60 min1 d ago
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Special Edition: What really happened at Senekal & what it means for SA

New Zealand votes, yet more corruption and America holds a supreme court hearing

Nicholas Lorimer, Sara Gon, and Marius Roodt discuss the upcoming New Zealand election, two new corruption stories about diplomats and Eskom and Sara gives some brief criticism of the U.S. supreme court hearings.

30 min5 d ago
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New Zealand votes, yet more corruption and America holds a supreme court hearing

IRR Campaigns Update: The IRR is going to Senekal

Hermann Pretorius talks about why the IRR is going to Senekal this Friday and the importance of having moderate voices in South Africa.

15 min6 d ago
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IRR Campaigns Update: The IRR is going to Senekal

Teacher accused of fraud for using 'wrong race', Agbiz appeases EWC and Facebook bans anti-vax adverts

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.

31 min6 d ago
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Teacher accused of fraud for using 'wrong race', Agbiz appeases EWC and Facebook bans anti-vax adverts

Frans Cronje and Ivo Vegter on Expropriation and Lockdowns

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!

31 min1 w ago
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Frans Cronje and Ivo Vegter on Expropriation and Lockdowns

Black farmers face eviction, economic plan in the making and Ramaphosa speaks on farm murders

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.

31 min1 w ago
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Black farmers face eviction, economic plan in the making and Ramaphosa speaks on farm murders

Few choices for Tito, Harris vs Pence and Ace's mystery arrest warrant

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.

30 min1 w ago
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Few choices for Tito, Harris vs Pence and Ace's mystery arrest warrant

Senekal Riot, ASISA attacks the IRR and Frans Cronje gives his take on the U.S. election

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.

30 min1 w ago
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Senekal Riot, ASISA attacks the IRR and Frans Cronje gives his take on the U.S. election

Latest Episodes

Millennials reject democracy, Cele at Zondo and is there a 2nd Covid wave coming for SA?

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.

30 min18 h ago
Comments
Millennials reject democracy, Cele at Zondo and is there a 2nd Covid wave coming for SA?

Terrorist attack in France, anti-immigrant protest in Limpopo and making the trains run on time

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.

30 min1 d ago
Comments
Terrorist attack in France, anti-immigrant protest in Limpopo and making the trains run on time

Special Edition: What really happened at Senekal & what it means for SA

Hermann Pretorius discusses with Big Daddy Liberty, Gabriel Crouse and Alex Weiss, their experience at Senekal on Friday and the significance of it. #DontBeDribbled

60 min1 d ago
Comments
Special Edition: What really happened at Senekal & what it means for SA

New Zealand votes, yet more corruption and America holds a supreme court hearing

Nicholas Lorimer, Sara Gon, and Marius Roodt discuss the upcoming New Zealand election, two new corruption stories about diplomats and Eskom and Sara gives some brief criticism of the U.S. supreme court hearings.

30 min5 d ago
Comments
New Zealand votes, yet more corruption and America holds a supreme court hearing

IRR Campaigns Update: The IRR is going to Senekal

Hermann Pretorius talks about why the IRR is going to Senekal this Friday and the importance of having moderate voices in South Africa.

15 min6 d ago
Comments
IRR Campaigns Update: The IRR is going to Senekal

Teacher accused of fraud for using 'wrong race', Agbiz appeases EWC and Facebook bans anti-vax adverts

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.

31 min6 d ago
Comments
Teacher accused of fraud for using 'wrong race', Agbiz appeases EWC and Facebook bans anti-vax adverts

Frans Cronje and Ivo Vegter on Expropriation and Lockdowns

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!

31 min1 w ago
Comments
Frans Cronje and Ivo Vegter on Expropriation and Lockdowns

Black farmers face eviction, economic plan in the making and Ramaphosa speaks on farm murders

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.

31 min1 w ago
Comments
Black farmers face eviction, economic plan in the making and Ramaphosa speaks on farm murders

Few choices for Tito, Harris vs Pence and Ace's mystery arrest warrant

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.

30 min1 w ago
Comments
Few choices for Tito, Harris vs Pence and Ace's mystery arrest warrant

Senekal Riot, ASISA attacks the IRR and Frans Cronje gives his take on the U.S. election

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.

30 min1 w ago
Comments
Senekal Riot, ASISA attacks the IRR and Frans Cronje gives his take on the U.S. election
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