Nik Rabinowitz steers through a bumpy news week on The Week that Wasn't

Comedian Nik Rabinowitz (preferred name u-Nik Radebe) guides listeners through the latest news and current affairs stories, no holds barred.

Listen to the full conversation from The Redi Tlhabi Show:

Hold onto your seats as Rabinowitz takes aim at several major headlines from the past week, including:

  • Trouble at national carrier, SAA.
  • President Zuma's uncontrollable laughter in Parliament.
  • Drug developments for contraception and erectile dysfunction.
  • The latest executive suspensions; for one, SABC's Group CEO Frans Matlala.
  • The national drought and consequent relief efforts.
  • Idris Elba's cancelled SA visit over visa laws.
  • The run up to the Idols SA finale.
  • Riah Phiyega's relationship with Nathi Nhleko.
  • The Auditor-General's report on irregular government spending.
  • Recent terror attacks and the world's deadliest terror groups.
  • Miss South Africa's big dress reveal for the world pageant.
  • Grace Mugabe's latest controversial comments.

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