On All About Theatre with Montecasino, we celebrate the sexiest musical of all time taking to the stage this week. Grant Towers, Brittane van Loggerenberg and Jenna Robinson Child (cast members of ‘Chicago: The Musical’) join us in studio with all that jazz. Then top actor Graham Hopkins chats about the psychological thriller ‘Equus’ and the magic of the Pieter Toerien Theatre. It’s All About Theatre with Montecasino – They’ve Got It!

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Top female artist Tarryn Lamb joins us to discuss her incredible 8th Annual Ghoema Music Award wins, including the Album of the Year. Grant Towers, Brittane van Loggerenberg and Jenna Robinson Child join us in studio with all that ‘Chicago’ jazz. Top actor Graham Hopkins chat about the psychological thriller ‘Equus’… and 54 on Bath’s Executive Chef, Matthew Foxen, has our mouths watering with delicious winter dishes.

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Archbishop Thabo Makgoba shares his views on the current political landscape in South Africa, not only from the perspective of a religious leader, but also as the chair of the Electoral Code of Conduct Observer Commission. He also sheds light on the comments he made during his Easter Vigil on Saturday evening in Saint George’s Cathedral, where he spoke candidly about how South Africans need to be wary of political parties who want to use them to fight battles, also saying that changing individual leaders was no cure “for all that is wrong with governance in SA today”. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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25.04.19 Pt 2 – Archbishop Thabo Makgoba recently garnered many, varied views at his Easter Vigil when he candidly spoke about how South Africans need to be wary of political parties who want to use them to fight battles, also saying that changing individual leaders was no cure “for all that is wrong with governance in SA today”. Gareth and Phumi chat to him on The Burning Platform to hear more of his take on the current political landscape.

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25.04.19 Pt 1 – There’s a war of words taking place between Airbnb and the Department of Tourism in South Africa as the government calls for regulation for the online hospitality service. This point calls for the team to discuss what regulation would mean and share some horror travel stories too. Get your dose of current affairs in the Five Things You Need To Know, before an inspiring story of servicemen and women who are helping during the KZN floods in Said By Siya.

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24.04.19 Pt 2 – Gord and a listener, Nqobile, have a full-on geek-out conversation. What ammunition do the likes of Kamala Harris and others running against President Trump have? Gareth interrogates that. Another listener, Elson, calls in for some relationship advice, amongst other things. And Gord has some sobering advice: Don’t read internet comments!

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24.04.19 Pt 1 – Could the ANC be behind the EFF? Why do people complain about how others donate money for charitable causes? These are the questions that set the team off on some entertaining rants and discussions. The horrific Durban floods take the lead story in the Five Things You Need To Know, right before Siya chats about an African medical first in Said By Siya.

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Joining via Skype from Cape Town, Anthea gives a breakdown of some of the people who have been in the financial news recently. First up, she discusses Maria Ramos heading up the Eskom unbundling project, then how Elon Musk is at it again causing trouble on his phone. She ends off with her take on Jack Ma’s views for people to work 12 hours a day, 6 days a week (the 996 schedule).

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His name is synonymous with gangsters, the mob, drugs, organised crime and flashy suits. John Gotti was the godfather and his life unfolded like a tragic movie script. His story starts with petty theft and ends with death in prison, but that’s just scratching the surface. Blind History brought to you by Taylor Blinds & Shutters.

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23.04.19 Pt 2 – The team have their eyes glued to various shows, Gareth on Game of Thrones, while Leigh-Ann and Siya on The Bachelor SA. Instagram is about to test a new feature that will hide the number of likes a post gets, the latest on the Mueller report and an update on the Sri Lanka attack all get discussed too. Then, infamous gangster John Gotti gets the attention on this week’s edition of Blind History.

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