Struggle hero, former cabinet minister, and current President of COPE, Mosiuoa Lekota joins the hosts this week. Lekota argues for non-racialism by highlighting his personal history and engagement with the ideas of Black Consciousness, as well as CODESA, which led to his position. Roman teases out COPE’s position on expropriation without compensation, and Jonathan queries the party’s prospects in the 2019 election.

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Timothy Maurice shares a story about a 10-year-old orphan who is now about to graduate and stands at a crossroads, having to make a decision about whether to accept an offer from a brand pioneered by Jewish Excellence. As a mentee of Timothy’s, he shares the story of how they met and his understanding of Jewish culture.

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How is the current generation of matriculants dealing with the pressure of school and exams, and what can their parents do to help? Sonia is in conversation with Ann Falkov, a registered counseling psychologist and lecturer.

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“I felt angry, trapped and repulsed.” A special guest shares her story. Also joining the team is Gigi White – founder of Get Up Woman. On the legal side discussing your rights is Attorney Monique Jefferson, Director of International Law firm DLA Piper Sandton and Gail Blacher, Advocate of the SA High Court. This show is presented in collaboration with LegalTalkSA.

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His Excellency Mr Liam MacGabhann has had a colourful and successful career working all around the world, but has now set his roots in the Rainbow Nation as the Ambassador of Ireland to South Africa. Gareth interviews him about the relationship and trade between Ireland and South Africa, as well as tourism between both nations. In finding out more about his home country, he also asks about what Brexit means for Ireland’s relationship with the UK. For a global perspective and learning more about Europe from a fascinating mind, this is the interview for you.

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The East London Zoo and claims of mismanagement and neglect. Graham calls in to talk about the importance of teaching integrity in schools in the wake of the VBS debacle. Leigh-Ann gives some advice on professionalism in the workplace, then all round showbiz sensation Nambitha Ben-Mazwi comes into studio to talk about her new drama show, as well as her acting endeavours overseas.

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Take two in South Africa’s version of a superstar T20 league. It’s called the Mzansi Super League, and if the team names and logos are anything to go by, expectations are pretty low. A shake up on the cards money-wise for the Boks, Amla to miss the Aussie ODI tour, and Duane Vermeulen to soon be announced as a Bull.

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Siya runs the show today and starts off strong by gushing over Harry and Meghan’s pregnancy announcement. Gareth calls in from New York to share some interesting news. The myth of charcoal in a health sense, Leigh-Ann’s one and only travel incident… then into the latest news and sporting headlines.

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Adriaan Groenewald, CEO of The Leadership Platform, interviews and welcomes a new Global Contributor onto the Global Leadership Platform (GLP). We learn more about Malik Melamu, CEO of MTN Sudan, as a leader and about his views on leadership, and the state of leadership in Africa and the world. A fascinating conversation filled with universal truths that could change your life as a leader.

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Evidently it’s ‘Story Time’ in the world of The Q. And let’s be honest… October is the perfect time to tell spooky stories about people you need to be scared of. But what if they aren’t scary at all. What if the people you are discussing are not the monsters that people make them out to be? Well there are two sides to every story and Jonathan May and Gary Weed join to discuss.

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