11.10.19 Pt 1 – The conversation gets interesting in studio as the team chat about transgender people, trans prisoners, and who should pay for such treatments. It’s another controversial conversation at CliffCentral. What’s that one food item that you just can’t stand? Well, Leigh-Ann, Gareth and tripe will never be found in the same room.

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Over the past 3 years, there has been a lot of buzz around the onset of the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR). The 4IR offers huge potential to transform and realign our economies and societies. But, how do we play a shaping role to prepare societies and industries at large for this economic era, and ultimately help shape the impact of the 4IR? Can we accelerate the development and implementation of emerging science and technology to the benefit of citizens, society and the public interest? In doing so, are we able to learn from the mistakes of the past in order to mitigate massive exclusions, human rights violations and regulatory lag?

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Gareth and Kanthan are joined by eNCA journalist Michael Appel, who gives his take on the State Capture Inquiry this week, and shares insight on Duduzane Zuma’s well-curated responses. An amended Employment Equity bill is on the cards, and Gareth seems to have some intel. Finally, the team get into the DA’s disarray as a political party. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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10.10.19 Pt 2 – It’s full throttle as the team dive straight into the hottest topics. Dudu Myeni and her alleged financial woes are put under the spotlight, Eskom is proposing a price model change, and Kanthan Pillay delivers all the details. Then, eNCA journalist Michael Appel joins the conversation to give his take on reporting on the State Capture Inquiry this week.

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10.10.19 Pt 1 – It’s Siya’s big day today as he heads out to New York for the first time – the excitement is thick in the air. We have it on good authority that the Zuma family has a new reality show in the pipeline, but would you tune in? The team battle with what’s happening in society, with schoolkids killing other kids and parents murdering their children.

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09.10.19 Pt 2 – Get ready, because Leigh-Ann is back with some interesting stats and facts! The team play a game with the blackest black person and the whitest white, and things get interesting. Then, we chat to one of our listeners to get an update on the situation in Zim since Bob died, and touch on Grace Mugabe’s whereabouts.

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09.10.19 Pt 1 – Is being fat or obese genetic or just laziness? Gareth seems to believe in the latter and preaches taking responsibility for one’s self. Can anyone really tell whether someone will make a good parent, and what do you base that on? The team get into a full blown parental conversation, including whether or not the guys would donate their sperm to someone.

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Gareth Cliff and Phumi Mashigo chat to Boithabiso Mokoena, Tshepiso Malele, and Asi Lily about their experiences while living in China. They all met through Thrive Beijing, an initiative that hosts events for expats living there. They tell us how to survive with minimum Mandarin, how to get around using taxis or bicycles, the food that you must try, and the food that would remind one of South African cuisine.

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Can Liverpool FC trademark ‘Liverpool’? Are chicken ‘Hot Wings’ likely to deceive? Garry Hertzberg discusses trademarks and the law, plus what can and can’t be trademarked with attorneys Sara-Jane Pluke (Partner and Head of Intellectual Property Department) and Koketso Molope (Associate Intellectual Property Law Department) – both of international law firm Eversheds Sutherland (Sandton). This show is presented in alliance with LegalTalkSA.

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The cast of ‘Forever Plaid’, a heavenly 1950s barber shop musical comedy, join us in studio with great melodies. PJ Power chats about her new show ‘Journey with Friends’, more of the cast of ‘Rock of Ages’ pop into studio, Tim Plewman discusses cavemen, and top chef Jason Kosmos showcases one of the best restaurants in Cape Town.

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