Eusebius McKaiser is a political analyst, broadcaster, philosophy lecturer and writer, based in Johannesburg. His academic background is in moral philosophy, having studied and lectured in the philosophy department at Rhodes University, before doing research in moral philosophy as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University. He remains an associate of the Wits Centre for Ethics.
As a broadcaster, McKaiser has previously presented Interface on SABC3 before hosting radio shows. He anchored Talk at Nine on Talk Radio 702 and 'Power Talk with Eusebius McKaiser' on Power 98.7.
He has written extensive social and political comment in the local and international print media, including previously carrying a column in the New York Times, and currently a column syndicated across Independent Media. He also appeared on many international broadcast platforms including the BBC, Sky, CNN and Amanpour.
Before his media career took off, McKaiser worked as an associate at globally renowned strategy consulting firm, McKinsey and Co.
Eusebius is a former national and World Masters Debate Champion. He coaches debate and public speaking, and is also a regular MC, facilitator and keynote speaker on the conference circuit. He has two best-selling books out, A Bantu in My Bathroom and Could I Vote DA? His third book has just been released to immediate critical acclaim - Run, Racist, Run: Journeys into the Heart of Racism.
A Bantu In My Bathroom, 2012, Bookstorm
Could I Vote DA? A Voter's Dilemma, 2014, Bookstorm
Run, Racist, Run, 2015, Bookstorm