Sihle Ngobese, aka Big Daddy Liberty, is the guest on this week’s instalment. Sihle discusses his strong liberal roots, his time spent within the DA, and his upcoming plans to bring liberal ideas to more South Africans. Jonathan queries whether any classically liberal political representation remains in the country, and Roman discusses the ways in which citizens have been denied access to the economy through illiberal and tribal doctrines still being perpetuated.

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Are your neighbours’ dogs driving you barking mad? What does the law say? Elbi has an “old needy bastard of a dog” that is all bark and no bite, but whose bark gives the neighbours a dog’s life. In studio with Garry and team is attorney Marina Constas (Director of BBM Law). This show is presented in collaboration with LegalTalkSA.

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Are you renting to strangers to pay off your mortgage or other expenses? Joining Garry and team in studio is attorney Marina Constas (Director of BBM Law) to discuss the law around Airbnb, and Brigid Prinsloo – founder of ‘Superhost’, who gets paid to go on holiday. This show is presented in collaboration with LegalTalkSA.

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Sonia is in conversation with serial entrepreneur and motivational speaker Lebo Pule on all things controversial and acrimonious. From mistresses being labelled home-wreckers to honeytrap, papgeld and more.

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Timothy Maurice shares a story about an inspiring entrepreneur, Caitlin Rolle – a young woman who started a business while sick in bed, unable to move and how being knocked down may be the best thing to happen for your brain and body. Music produced by ‘Party in the Weekend’.

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The definition of “success in business” seems to be redefined by Gavin Moffat and the work that he’s doing. As a communications expert, he’s interestingly incorporating the lessons he’s learned from his scuba diving experience into his job. What are the parallels or the similarities between the two? Gareth learns from Gavin, in light of his new book, ‘Swimming with Sharks: Simple Business Guidelines for a Complex World’.

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What’s a day in South Africa without famous court cases taking over the news? Leigh-Ann and Siya highlight Zuma cases, how much Amor Vittone is now getting from the Joost estate, and how a Durban gardener is about to score a multi-million rand payday from his former employer. Fancy yourself a game about political influence, tactics, corruption and fun? Then you’ll want to hear from Pierre Cassuto, who’s part of ZA News that has put together ‘House of Cronies’.

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The show kicks off on a very high, chipmunk note as the team fools around with helium-inflated balloons in preparation for Greg’s baby gender reveal. Gareth hangs out with His Royal Highness Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi, and there’s no rest for civil servants as Mayor Herman Mashaba makes a citizen arrest on his way to a club. Gareth proposes that Gord and Ben be put down at the same time… not a bad idea, seeing that the team is already all in black. Then it’s onto the latest news and some positivity from Siya.

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This week we look at the 20 semi-finalists for the AutoTrader SA Car of the Year competition. We also investigate the new drunk driving proposed law change, and look at Cape Town’s aim to roll out a 24-hour traffic monitoring plan. Plus some vehicle reviews and tech news to round off the show. Powered by AutoTrader.

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Bongani Tau is joined by Dr Sooliman (Post-Doctorate Research Fellow, Faculty of Humanities: University of Pretoria) to decode the concept of Ethical Leadership, the effects of ‘Neo-Apartheid’, and why current leaders are ineffective in advocating for and driving social justice.

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