Human Settlement Minister Lindiwe Sisulu talks to Justice Malala about her priority projects for her department.
Justice Malala is joined by City of Cape Town mayor Patricia De Lille to discuss service delivery protests in Cape Town.
Minister of Small Business Development, Lindiwe Zulu talks to Justice Malala about her budget for this financial year.
Justice Malala announces South Africa’s mine workers as the winners of the week.
Justice Malala names Mabel Jansen, Judge of the High Court of South Africa as this week's loser. This is after she posted blatantly offensive racist remarks on Facebook.
In her report ‘State and Party Colours’ released last week, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela considered whether a Free State government project could have been used as a prop in an election campaign. Public Protector Thuli Madonsela discusses this with Justice Malala.
Police have arrested 21 people following the burning down of 24 schools in Vuwani, Limpopo. What is at the heart of the dispute in Vuwani? How can this be resolved? Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Des van Rooyen sheds some light.
The letters of reprimand to government officials involved in the Nkandla payments may as well have been printed on tissue paper, says former ANC Treasurer Matthews Phosa. He says it would be honourable for the president to step down.
A weekly show that focuses on the political news of the moment. Host Justice Malala is a brave and even-handed critic, and an astute analyst of South Africa's political landscape. The show features revealing interviews with news makers, politicians and opinion-leading journalists.
Justice Malala is joined by Busi Khaba from Monash University and Dr Mcebisi Ndletyana from the University of Johannesburg to analyse the political events of the week.
More than 20, 000 supporters turned up at the launch of the DA’s election manifesto last weekend. DA mayoral candidate for Nelson Mandela Bay Athol Trollip joins Justice Malala in studio.
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula unleashed a storm of words this week after he suspended the privileges of SA Rugby, Cricket South Africa Athletics SA and Netball South Africa from bidding for international tournaments due to lack of transformation. Minister Fikile Mbalula joins Justice Malala to discuss what’s next.