Resident Presidents archive editions
From this page you can access audio from July to September of 2006.
1st July 2006
We find out what the two gents consider the pros and cons of Sharia law in the light of the negotiations that were taking place in Somalia.
8th July 2006
Some illuminating thoughts from the presidents as they seek the bright side of a power black out.
15th July 2006
The UN's relocation of the "Motormouth of Monrovia", the former president of Liberia, Charles Taylor, to custody in Europe where he will await trial for war crimes gives the presidents much to pontificate about.
22nd July 2006
Kibarkingmad and Olushambles butt heads about Zinedane Zidane's bullish behaviour in the final of the 2006 Football World Cup in the Germany.
Non-governmental organisations are all over Africa, but to whose benefit? Olushambles and Kibarkingmad have different attitudes to the folk in the white 4x4s.
5th August 2006
Former rebels in the DRC, the LRA's ceasefire offer and an Angolan peace deal are all in the news, prompting our duo's discussion about rebels.
12th August 2006
Presidential wisdom on the best and most cost-effective means of getting from A to B in Africa, courtesy of Mssrs Olushambles and Kibarkingmad.
19th August 2006
While pondering the health and well-being of a presidential colleague, Olushambles and Kibarkingmad consider what qualities make a leader 'fit to govern'.
26th August 2006
Kibarkingmad is on a flight of fancy with the president of the United States.
Our resident Big Men are cooing with admiration at the wily manoevring of the Chadian president, Idriss Deby, following his altercation with international oil companies in his country.
16th September 2006
Olushambes and Kibarkingmad want to be able to keep a check on their people; just like the 'Hero of Harare', who's reportedly got ears everywhere.
23rd September 2006
The big fellas consider if life could really be safer without a foreskin... Well it's what Bill Clinton is saying.
30th September 2006
This week Kibarkingmad is railing about the pay and perks of UN election observers, but as usual, there's an angle the old boys can work.