Funny man Jonathan May joins Mark Bland and Jason to talk about his time as a military police officer and dealing with suicides and other assorted issues. Jonathan also discusses growing up black and the effects of white culture and black culture on him as a person. Mark and Jason get into the newest Trump news – including Kellyanne’s newest statement on the state of microwaves in the US. Also, how being dismissive to Angela Merkel and not shaking her hand could have deeper implications.

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Liz Ogumbo-Regisford and contributors Eji Benson and Morag Steyn discuss ‘Fashion-Trend-Conscience’ – specifically for creatives constantly coming up with new design stories for their next collection.

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Urban design is, simply put, about public space: the spaces that we share. What we are comfortable to share is a reflection of the type of people that we are. Others learn about us through our public spaces. Apartheid spatial planning designed hostile and exclusive public spaces. The only thing that was exempt from that planning was domestic workers. Only domestic workers were allowed to be in areas where their race was banned. That role was the only glitch in a perfect design. You’d be surprised what that glitch has managed to do to our city growth in what was our very carefully designed separation.

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Are you constantly worried about debt and not being able to make payments at the end of the month? The #FutureCEOs team talk with an in-studio expert about both avoiding debt, and steps to getting out of debt once you’re in it.

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Gareth Armstrong and Hlubi Mboya Arnold are joined in studio by the winners of the recent Spark* Accelerator Demo Day. They look to uncover what made these social-entrepreneurs stand out from amongst the other businesses and start-ups there on the day, and are assisted in this task by the Spark* Country Director. Don’t miss this #FutureCEOs conversation.

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This week as we head into the International window… we discuss the future of Arsene Wenger, what exactly the Gunners should be striving for, how Lukaku could be heading to Chelsea and not Manchester United, and that it might be time to play that wildcard in Fantasy Premier League as the season reaches its business end…

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Join Weza Matomane and Lesego Maphanga as they reflect on one of South Africa’s important public holidays, Human Rights Day. They are joined in studio by Candice Mama to discuss the meaning of the day – how is it significant and what does it mean for South Africans? They also ask: What are you doing to contribute to South Africa’s well-being in being a responsible citizen?

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It was a big week/weekend for the team as Tumisho Masha won a well-deserved SAFTA award, and Candice Mama was a panelist at the opening of the George Bizos Gallery. They​ discuss their epic week and talk about what it feels like to be acknowledged, and how to get there. Author and Holistic Entrepreneur Jodene Shaer then speaks about how to manifest success and happiness.

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Are bridesmaids supposed to be maids (slaves) for the bride, or just pretty faces for the photos? Ntombi and Khali speak to bridesmaids and brides about their different expectations.

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It’s a celebration of great SA talent with the Fleur De Cap Winners – Pieter-Dirk Uys, Jonathan Roxsmouth, Paul du Toit, Andrew Buckland, Genna Galloway and other top actors join the team. Nathan Ro and Alan practise Bonnie Tyler’s ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’… not to be missed!

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