30.09.19 Pt 1 – Gareth spent some quality time at a strip club and schools, who’s never set foot in one Gugu about this side of life. Siya is counting down the days until his possible encounter with the royals, he’s even getting an outfit made for the occasion. The team get into a conversation about the obese and the overweight, and some tough love is handed out.

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George Mienie chats about the 42 roads and 8 significant landmarks that will be renamed in Gauteng, Porsche and Holoride take in-car entertainment to the next level, and more – powered by AutoTrader.

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27.09.19 Pt 2 – How much trust do you have in Uber drivers, and have you had any bad experiences? Uber is releasing a new range of safety features for its users and Leigh-Ann has the scoop. We chat to singer/songwriter Anna Wolf – she gives us insights into her world… from the songwriting process to the challenges she faces as an artist. She also drops her tour dates. Then, we’re joined by wildlife photographer Marlon du Toit, who shares some riveting stories about his experiences in the wild – you don’t want to miss this!

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27.09.19 Pt 1 – Since Ben left, Gareth couldn’t be bothered about sports of any kind and he makes that very clear. Siya is on a winning streak as he’s showed up to work for two weeks in a row without taking a Phuza Friday, and it doesn’t look like Gugu is willing to give his neighbours their house keys back anytime soon…

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We have Khaya Sithole in studio and make good headway in attempting to get to the root cause of the xenophobic attacks our country has seen lately, and the consequences thereof. Is there any hope for the future of South Africa? We get the opinions of the Burning Platform team. What are your thoughts on gender neutral Barbie dolls? It’s an interesting and polarising topic. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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The recognition of gay rights continues to take shape across the globe. However, the violent discrimination against the LGBTQIA+ community is rife on the African continent. Even in countries like South Africa, where human rights are constitutionally protected, members of this community still have to face abuse in their everyday lives. Can we bridge the divide between our Constitution and everyday behaviour? And can South Africa influence other African countries to recognise LGBTQIA+ rights?

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We learn the story behind the name Troy Gold and find all about their app, as well as its innovative liquid features. If you would like to redeem your gold and keep it in your possession, Troy Gold now facilitates this process in a safe and easy way. You could one day be able to manage your financial affairs in gold. Find out more about their long term plans.

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26.09.19 Pt 2 – We have Khaya Sithole in studio and make good headway in attempting to get to the root cause of the xenophobic attacks our country has seen lately, and the consequences thereof. The Greta Thunberg speech is still very topical and it gets dissected by the team. What are your thoughts on gender neutral Barbie dolls? It’s an interesting and polarising topic.

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26.09.19 Pt 1 – It’s the morning after the second instalment of Pure Conversations, and the team are still buzzing and sharing their personal highlights. Siya is feeling like dry bones, and his excuse is a bit weak. Should we refer to transgender people as their birth gender or their chosen gender? We chat about all of this and more in studio.

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An open and honest conversation between some power women in broadcasting and media… you won’t hear anything like this anywhere else! In this second episode, Gareth Cliff speaks to all-star guests Bonang Matheba, Unathi Nkayi, Masechaba Ndlovu and Kuli Roberts about life, love, work and everything in between.

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