Judge For Yourself

  • News 25:48

    Dangers of misunderstanding the constitution

    Judge Dennis Devis looks at the dangers of misunderstanding the country’s constitution along with Sipho Seepe, Dali Mpofu and John Jeffrey.

  • News 26:08

    What prompts rape on campus?

    Judge Dennis Davis discusses the protests by university students and if they have reopened the debate about rape, especially on campus. He is joined by student activist Thenjiwe Mswane, Wits University researcher Lisa Vetten and Vuledzani Mashau.

  • News 26:26

    Will privatising state-owned entities improve service delivery?

    Judge Dennis Davis discusses privatisation of state-owned entities with Cosatu general secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali, Phumlani Majozi from The Free Market Foundation and Natasha Mazzone from the DA.

  • News 26:59

    The state of SA's Constitution

    Judge Denis Davis looks at South Africa's Constitution and whether it is progressive. He speaks to Zehir Omar from the Society of the Protection of our Constitution, Mbuyiswa Gantso from the PAC, and Ndumiso Dladla from UNISA.

  • News 26:23

    What are the benefits of moving Parliament to Pretoria?

    Is moving Parliament to Pretoria a good idea? Judge Dennis Davis speaks to Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille, the EFF’s Mbyuiseni Ndlose and Wits University’s Dr Ivor Sarakinsky.

  • News 26:03

    The impact of a VAT on South Africans.

    Judge Dennis Davis debates the increase in VAT and the impact it will have on ordinary South Africans. He spoke to Kayle Mandy from PwC, Zweli Mabhoza from Priority Tax Solutions and Cosatu's Bheki Ntshalintshali.

  • News 26:04

    Is sugar tax a solution to SA's weighty problem?

    South Africa is one of the fattest nations in the world. This week Judge Dennis Davis asks whether a sugar tax will solve the country's weighty problem. His guests are: Wits University’s Prof Karen Hofman, the Democratic Alliance's Wilmot James and Leon Louw from the Free Market Foundation

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