03.10.19 Pt 2 – With the recent spate of taxi accidents which have resulted in the injuries and deaths of passengers, the team get a better understanding of the pressures these seemingly out of control taxi drivers face, which may contribute to their unacceptable driving behaviour. Many people believe in religion, but today we take a closer look at why? Was Greta Thunberg used as a pawn in someone’s agenda? Well, there are mixed opinions in studio.

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03.10.19 Pt 1 – Gareth and Gugu have a ‘boys moment’ and critically analyse the Duchess Meghan Markle’s aesthetic features, while Siya gives everyone a post-mortem of his big day yesterday. We catch up with Sean Sanders from Revix, and it seems they may have another sweet deal running.

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More often than not, the leadership in Africa has been defined by violent dictatorships. So much so that people wonder if the “Benevolent Dictator” exists and whether or not “The People” always know what’s best for themselves. The contrasting leadership styles of Rwandan President Paul Kagame and that of Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni are examples of incumbent leaders who function in democracies – yet the outcome of their leadership is worlds apart. While there are African countries that have thrived under democracy, the question remains: Is democracy a system imposed on Africa? And is it the universal solution for African governance?

The Interchange is made possible by Absa and Tshimong.

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1 October 2019 is the 70th anniversary of the National Day of the People’s Republic of China. Mandarin Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world – Gareth and Phumi chat to Mr John Gelling, principal at Pretoria Chinese School; Ms Angela Liu, deputy principal at Pretoria Chinese School, and Refilwe Mashiane, a Grade 11 pupil at the school.

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John van de Ruit’s writing just seems to have the magic touch. He’s famously known as the author of the ‘Spud’ series, but beyond that he’s involved in many other projects. We chat to him about his popular novels, as well as the movies… and he gives us a glimpse into his creation process.

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02.10.19 Pt 2 – If you could have one superpower, what would it be? We reckon Gord would become a creepy human. We’re talking IQs in studio, and you’ll be surprised by the statistics. Find out who’s smarter between an imbecile and an idiot. The writer of Spud, John van de Ruit joins us, and he chats about his best-selling novel, the writing process, as well as what he has brewing.

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02.10.19 Pt 1 – Where do you draw the line when it comes to thinking outside of the box? Gareth seems to push the envelope and gives some very unconventional advice in this regard. Have you ever had Jehovah’s Witnesses knocking on your door, and how did you deal with them? The team have plenty solutions to avert such encounters. And finally, it’s Siya’s big day… and he couldn’t be more excited!

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Timothy Maurice sits down with Australian Bio Hacker, Speaker and Human Potential thought leader, James Yates, to explore how he and his partner changed their lives to defy the odds to not only boost their health and brain power, but also how they had a baby despite doctors saying they couldn’t – by simply changing their lifestyle.

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We open the show with Wonderboom rockstar, Cito, and the cast of the phenomenal new Broadway show, ‘Rock of Ages’. Josh Ansley (The VoiceSA), Natasha van der Merwe (Chicago), Alexandra Girard, JP Rossoux and Matt Counihan join us in studio with magical song. John Tsenoli releases his debut single, ‘I’m Just A Boy’, and some superb confectionery has our mouths watering.

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01.10.19 Pt 2 – If you had the option to become immortal and determine your own time of death, how long would you put up with the human race for? Or would you continue to live forever? There are over 1000 bodies that have been identified but not collected in Johannesburg morgues… so what’s the best way to discard of them? The GCS team has some ideas.

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