A big financial week lies ahead for South Africa as the nation braces itself for the Budget Speech. Comair has entered into a full and final settlement agreement with SAA over an anti-competition case. What does this mean? Anthea breaks it down, as well as touching on EOH falling a further 25% early in the week and Curro releasing a great set of results. She also looks at Dis-Chem and DSY’s trading update.

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The Proteas may have pulled off one of their biggest chokes yet, but this time in a Test match. SuperRugby begins with an interesting weekend of results, Martina Navratilova speaks out on the Caster Semenya issue, FA Cup and Nedbank Cup action, plus the weekend’s golf action is marred by slow play again.

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18.02.19 Pt 1 – The perils of social media and how the negativity within it can manifest into your living world. Gareth brings this up after an interesting talk he heard, and addresses the various elements of life where we need to excel. Siya’s domestic helper is judging him… a lot, and John calls in to talk about the horror he found in his office toilet one day. Then into the latest news and sports stories, plus finance with Anthea.

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Your electric future of motoring continues to draw closer as Shell looks to set up charging stations. Legislation to be put in place for a greener future, but is the focus in the right areas? VW to create the first fully vegan car interior, and Volvo again innovating in the Super Bowl space with a campaign that cost a little… but got exposed a lot. Powered by AutoTrader.

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15.02.19 Pt 2 – Diet soft drinks may be killing you, Tesla continues to make life better with their cars, and remembering a tragic school shooting. The team cover a wide variety of interesting stories, plus reflecting on Valentine’s gimmicks and a new law being passed in the UK to combat perverts. George Mienie then wraps up the week with the latest from what is happening in the world of cars.

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This weekend of sport sees the start of SuperRugby, plus a whole lot of football, cricket and golf. On the story front Germany may have fixed the 2006 World Cup bid, Caster Semenya’s court battles continue, and Shannon Gabriel makes things right after his homophobic slur towards Joe Root.

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15.02.19 Pt 1 – It has been a tough week for all South Africans thanks to Eskom and government. The team try and raise the spirits, with talk of The Bachelor and Ben’s theory of how justice can be speeded up in court with modern medicine. The latest in your news, the weekend of sports attractions, plus a much needed dose of positivity from Siya.

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I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: Everyone is now in the media business. Every business is now by default a content creator and every business also has an audience – clients, customers, suppliers, international partners and their competitors. The content you serve them can be specific, targeted and relevant (and it should be, to make an impact) and doesn’t need to be mainstream.

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Devan Moonsamy has more than 15 years experience in the learning and development space, and is the CEO of the I Can Help Africa Foundation (ICHAF) Training Institute Pty (Ltd). He’s recently written an article that’s raised a few eyebrows, titled: “Racism and Sexism are ‘Offensive’… So What?”. Gareth breaks his article down in this conversation to find out straight from him what he exactly meant by it, especially in these times that we’re living in. Have we as society become too outraged? Are we being too emotional when it comes to some of the problems we face? Are we too fixated on emotion and not enough on overcoming issues? They discuss this and more here.

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Hysterical comedian Nik Rabinowitz joins us in studio to discuss his new show ‘Dry White’. Super pop star Daniel Baron releases his new single ‘Speed of Light’ for Valentine’s Day, and for the love of South Africa we chat about ‘The Anthem Project’ with Myles Brown.

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