Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol’s 1971 death was ruled a suicide until the courts last week said he had been tortured and murdered by police. Timol’s nephew Imtiaz Cajee unpacks the judgment and what it means for the country.

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It’s time to book for your year-end holiday but what happens if you need to cancel? What do you forfeit? How can you best protect yourself? Get answers to these and other questions on CPA issues. In studio and discussing the law with Garry is guest attorney/pilot Emile Myburgh. This is a further show in a series in which we collaborate with LegalTalk SA.

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Drones are not only being used by aviation geeks, the military and industry… they’re also used to spy on neighbours, cheating partners, and stalking exes. What are the legal limitations on drones? In studio and discussing the law with Garry is guest attorney/pilot Emile Myburgh. This is a further show in a series in which we collaborate with LegalTalk SA.

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He has been labelled Digital God, Digital Whiz and Digital Marketing Guru. Get to know the man behind these titles as Sonia speaks to Mikey Mashila.

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Brent and Kerri catch up on the trending good news stories. They also chat to two young men who are bringing food and innovation together – listen as they share their creation on the show.

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Timothy explores the concept called ‘The Hook’ – how brands and social media lock our brains in and consume us. Joining the discussion is Andile Makaring, a psychology graduate.

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General Bantu Holomisa has been front and centre in some of the greatest changes and events in South African politics since his early days in the Eastern Cape to currently celebrating 20 years of the United Democratic Movement (UDM). As he mentions to Gareth in this interview, “We might not be in power, but we possess power.” Find out how he’s worked with the likes of Nelson Mandela, his relationship with social media and why he calls the Guptas a “wake-up call”. Holomisa does not hold back when it comes to discussing the work that lies ahead for the new president of the Republic, why he thinks it’s so hard for other people to leave the ANC, and the future of the UDM. Discover the story of the great man here.

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Henri van Breda doesn’t care about the judge’s tone in his trial, Ben has the ‘story of the year’, and France to ban cat calling. Gareth has some campus sexual assault stats from the US, the cost of the recent storm disaster in KZN, South Africa’s ‘word of the year’, Discovery to enter the banking world, Patrick Swayze is a new name on the sexual assault list, and Crooked Hillary breaks a toe. Zama Mkosi, CEO of the NFVF, then talks all things film and the arts with Gareth.

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The Champions League is back this week, which gives football fans a chance to drink on a Tuesday. The Ben Stokes assault case is becoming a non event as no witnesses seem keen to come forward. The rugby player who got bitten by a lion sheds more light on the incident, and Donald Trump shares some more priceless insights on the NFL anthem protests.

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Are you using water wisely regardless of rainfall? The team then talks rubbish to carry on an environmental start to the show. Dave sends in some special songs for Mabz, Ben is going for a sports massage – which gets the team talking about his strange physical injuries, then it’s into your news and sports headlines… plus some positivity with Siya.

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