02.12.19 Pt 1 – Apparently gay people have musicians that they adopt as their own – Siya goes through some names. Gareth recounts his weekend, and he clearly still has the stamina for long nights and early mornings at McDonald’s. Gugu on the other hand was busy having run-ins with other motorists over the weekend. Have you heard of the phenomenon Bikram Yoga? Well it turns out the man at the top of it all is a sex predator.

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Transferring money electronically is part of our everyday lives, and traditional banks have made it almost as simple as making a phone call. But, there’s a lot going on in the background, which often means delays… and charges. Luno’s Country Manager for France and Italy, Maria Wonsicz, talks about how cryptocurrencies are revolutionising the way we move money.

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George Mienie chats about the 2020 AutoTrader Car of the Year finalists, Tesla’s pick-up truck, Uber’s license not being renewed in London and more. Powered by AutoTrader.

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As we lead up to the festive season, the time of giving, here’s a new way for you to make a difference in the lives of those who might need it. TBWA Hunt Lascaris co-founder Reg Lascaris and Wetherlys founder Nick Davies tell Gareth how their band, Uncorked, is giving proceeds from their music to the Kusasa Project – an early learning school for underprivileged kids – and they’d like you to do the same.

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29.11.19 Pt 2 – What are the things that really turns the spark off for you in the bedroom? Siya comes out with some strange bedroom peeves and even gives everyone a demonstration. Have you made any plans for that bonus you’re looking to receive in December? Find out what everyone in studio is thinking. Then, the team chat about going commando and whether it’s more acceptable for males or females to do it.

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29.11.19 Pt 1 – It’s D-Day! Black Friday has finally graced us with its presence and the team chat about all the craziness they’ve experienced in the last 24 hours. Have you heard of a place called Fietas? Find out more about this crazy place in South Africa as Gareth dishes out the details. Is there a reason why we feel empathy for black poverty and not white poverty? That’s the question the team ask themselves today.

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On the back of the SAA strike, their disgruntled employees are now up in arms over being paid only half of their salaries. Kanthan Pillay joins in via Skype and weighs in on this with a logical explanation. Dali Mpofu and Tembeka Ngcukaitobi are on different ends of a legal battle for the first time, in what’s been dubbed a legal ‘derby’. Gareth, who has personally dealt with them both in his own legal woes, gives his opinion. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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28.11.19 Pt 2 – Gareth touches base with Kanthan Pillay briefly before taking the show off its leash. What’s the best meme you’ve seen in 2019? The team throw around some funny and interesting things. Are you planning on running loose this Festive season? If you are, tread carefully because you may just find yourself being catfished. Siya drops a list of things to look out for to avoid becoming a victim. Then, Gugu seeks relationship advice, which opens up a can of worms.

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28.11.19 Pt 1 – Have you experienced a narcissistic sociopath or do you think you know someone like this? They’re difficult to identify but the team define and chat about the traits. Gareth has a mini rant over FM radio and is backed up by everyone else. In the latest news, scientists in India are on the brink of rolling out the first male contraceptive? Is this something you would incorporate in your life?

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In order to address the historic wrongs caused by arbitrary dispossession of land in South Africa, land redistribution has largely received universal acceptance as a means of reparations. But the concept of ‘compensation’ in land reform is something of a contentious issue, and the conversation is both principled and economic. Implementing it even calls for a change to the country’s constitution. While the policy of redistribution without compensation has been given the green light, critics warn against the heavy impact it will have on an economic level. However, optimists believe that this process can occur without adverse economic effects. Is land redistribution without compensation a viable option, and what needs to happen to ensure that it’s successful?

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