Joining Teboho Mafodi in studio this week are two entrepreneurs who are running successful businesses, but who also know the frustration of failing all too well. Ego Iwegbu is an entrepreneur and author who runs a highly successful nail boutique and cosmetic range. Maite Motsepe-Maponya is an artist and the owner of an African inspired home décor company. They discuss some of the lessons you can learn from failing, and how best to get back up. Legendary entrepreneur Reabetswe Motsepe, and pastor and entrepreneur Bruce Msidi (who is visiting SA from Zambia) also join the show.

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Christine Geldart is die eienaar van Marven Equipment, ‘n dinamiese familiebesigheid, wat bekend staan as die “Kings Of Customization”. Hulle skep allerhande mobiele gereedskaphouers volgens die klient se persoonlike behooftes. Hulle is trots op die feit dat hulle ‘n eenstopwinkel kan wees vir enigiets van mobiele werkswinkeloplossings tot brandblussers en reflektiewe band. Kom luister saam!

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So much competition, so many records to beat and mountains to climb. What does it take to make it? And as always, #TheWorstGuysCypher.

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The UCD team gets a chance to converse with Mbombela-born songstress Chiano Sky Kruger. In the energy packed interview, the songstress shares stories of her music come up, and how the Aunty collab with Kid X came about. She also gives some insight on what to expect from her coming album, ‘Same Same But Different’… and you’ll never guess who she said she would smash!

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What is liberialism? And how is liberalism in Africa? To answer these questions Gareth speaks to MP and President of the Africa Liberal Network, Stevens Mokgalapa, to learn more. With his background in working for the City of Tshwane and being actively involved in community development projects, there is a great wealth of knowledge for him to draw from.

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Siya elaborates on what a gunt is, seeing as Gareth has a big one. Listener emails, the latest porn movie charts, and how an Aussie girl lost half her body weight thanks to bullying. Dennis Prager and Adam Carolla’s movie shines a light on political correctness, then Donald Chipumha comes into studio to talk My Kitchen Rules and his life in photography and food.

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The latest from the Champions League and Pirates going to the top of the PSL. England’s tail wags on day 1 of their first test against South Africa, 9 days until the start of the Mzansi Super League, and still no comment from World Rugby on the Farrell tackle. Excitement builds for the Nedbank Golf Challenge, and Justin Rose to lose his world no.1 ranking immediately.

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Is Movember still a thing? Gareth gets into the farce of people doing things for charity, but needing you to do the work for them. Still no Gord, Gareth then gets stuck into a wayward tweet from Ranjeni Munusamy about Donald Trump, and further into a tirade about race-baiting EFF members and gaining weight. The latest in news headlines, Ben on the sport, then into your positivity feature with Siya.

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Timothy Maurice explores how we have a brain in our head and one below the neck – in our body. He speaks to celebrated Personal Trainer Mapule Ndlovu about her Mind Body philosophy, which she calls the Mapule Effect.

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Sometimes cynical and always honest broadcaster, vlogger and sports fanatic Ben Karpinski is this week’s guest. Ben puts forward the idea of sport as an integral part of society. Roman doesn’t buy the theory and questions the notion of unity, while Jonathan ponders the dangers of hingeing hopes on sporting successes.

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