South African Brad Binder made MotoGP history. Don’t flip the bird at the police in Germany, they’re not playing games. What is the worst possible design for a car to have? Lucid claims their EV is better than Tesla. Hyundai has a new employee… and he’s a good boy! Powered by AutoTrader.

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14.08.20 Pt 2 – Level 2 is on the way, but it comes with a few creases. If we’re going to be out in public, maybe dancing girls in nightclubs have the solution. Is there anything as cold as a whore’s heart? Only methheads don’t answer calls… put the pipe down and pick up the phone! Irony is when a drunkard bans drinking. ‘Sibongile Money’ is not smart enough to be a criminal.

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14.08.20 Pt 1 – Charles was once married to a princess who was liked by people, that was no good… you can get a mug with them on there though. Should people augment their looks, or should they age naturally? There’s a new chief of YouTube, he sings badly, but he’s a chief. Is your cock down because of lockdown?

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A study conducted by global audit firm KPMG in 2014, found that sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) costs South Africa between R28.4bn and R42.4bn a year. It’s time for corporate South Africa to acknowledge that SGBV is not just a social risk… but a chronic political, market and financial risk that affects multiple industries, sectors and geographies.

Join Gareth Cliff in conversation with Hermien Botes, Head of Sustainability Engagement for Anglo American; Andrew Davies, MD of ICAS, providing health and wellness programmes and counselling services to corporate South Africa; and Nadine Mather from law firm Bowmans, who will look at constructive steps that employers can take to address SGBV in the workplace.

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There’s a club that unites people from all over the world. And it’s the oldest club of its kind that exists. So how does a brand that is synonymous with dining out, wine, and travel survive the current pandemic? Reg Lascaris chats to Esh Naidoo about the oldest charge card in the world.

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Is the Western Cape’s independence a realistic goal? Is the will of the majority important in democracy? Should South Africans be worried about South Africa’s march towards policies resembling other countries who believe in centralisation? Will skittish foreign investment return after lockdown-induced investment moratoriums? The economic pain of lockdown is still coming, but just how bad will it be for ordinary citizens? Joe Biden has his accuser on his running ticket now… what say the voters? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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13.08.20 Pt 2 – Brexit has a cousin and this cousin comes with good weather, wine and a mountain. If you have an iPhone you can now determine where your data goes, including which tech giants can crawl up your rear orifice to exploit you. The big money backs the democrats in the USA, is this good news for ‘the home of the brave’?

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13.08.20 Pt 1 – The prayer of the devil exists only in the man who runs when he’s not being chased. Are chakras real, because maybe the seasons affect how you should live your life? Is South Africa against being protected by its protector? Does the President wear slippers while he tells you, you can’t do yoga in a botanical garden? And is Ellen worthy of being a mentor?

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Death by its very nature is always a very messy topic, but somebody has to deal with the practical side… which is the cleaning up, after a traumatic event becomes a crime scene. From bereaved families to gross filth, Marelize and Benjamin van den Berg of Crime Scene Cleanup take care of the most horrific scenes, in order to make them habitable for human beings in future. Not all heroes wear capes, some wear hazmat suits.

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Timothy Maurice interviews a sex worker named Princess, who performs erotic massages but also studies psychology. They explore how she got into the industry of giving sensual or happy ending massages, and she shares what she has learned about male psychology and human behaviour. She also offers advice to any young women considering sex work as a career. On many levels, Princess represents that space between what’s known in behavioural science as Stated Preference versus Revealed Preferences.

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