The Futurology show welcomes back Jeffrey Mann from Gartner to tell us more about the 2017 Symposium and the Aspiring Innovators Programme. Your hosts Brett Lindsay, Brett St Clair and Michael Cowen get personal and discuss what makes them tick as humans, philosophers, disruptors and renegades. The team also welcomes Francois Brill of BIGBrave to discuss ‘Design Thinking’ – what it means, what it does and how it’s changing the way we look at the future. #thefutureiscoming

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How does an independent agency from Summer Place inspire the Kenyan market to change the way they bank? Dean and Akona are in the stu talking about what we should be doing to be better at this adgame on the continent. Grant also calls them by the wrong name at some point and now owes them dinner. I mean, come on!

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Join Phumi as she speaks to women who don’t wait to be empowered, but who take the initiative and empower themselves.

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After a series of public failures of black leaders – including Minister Bathabile Dlamini and Brian Molefe – Andrew and Rori ask what the state of black excellence is in South Africa, and whether the current generation of black leaders are betraying it. They speak to Jabu Mahlangu, spokesperson of SANCO, and socio-political analyst Vinayak Bhardwaj.

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Sam Cowen is one of the most recognisable radio personalities in South Africa, but there is much more to her that you may not know. In a very candid interview with Gareth she talks about her battles with alcoholism, her swimming adventures, life on radio, parenting, and how she has learned something important through everything.

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Sam Cowen joins Gareth in studio for chat about all things happening in her life right now… parenting, her past troubles with alcoholism, and how she has pulled everything together.

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Mabz reveals the list of most livable cities in the world, and Cape Town isn’t on it! The team discusses this and reviews what makes a good city, and how none of this matters if you are just rich. Forgetting where you park your car is now a problem that technology can solve, and some sweet things with Crystal from Sensational Suga. Then, Arnold Schwarzenegger is having another go at Donald Trump… and again people are naturally in agreement with him and his sentiments.

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The full team is finally together in studio for the first time in two weeks. Catch ups all round – including this week’s movie premier event and Siya’s hives. Gareth is tired of talking politics, and all the dreadful people involved in it, so he calls Hlubi Mboya to talk about her SAFTA win. Then an unexpected rant before the latest in news, sport and finance.

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The IOC has a not so little dilemma around future host cities. Post 2024 it looks like nobody wants it. More Pakistani cricketers have been involved in spot fixing. The WGC Matchplay is about to get going, and the Proteas gear up for a Test series win in New Zealand.

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This instalment of the Renegade Report hosts South African expat and history buff, Wessel van Rensburg. He explains his view of colonialism as economically extractive as opposed to the Afrikaner nationalism which followed it. Wessel further argues that nationalism is a key requirement for infrastructure to be built and expands on why Apartheid and colonialism were not the same thing. Jonathan probes deeper into the dangers of nationalism at a state level and Roman queries why other post-colonial African countries’ form of nationalism did not have as much development as South Africa. The opposing views of the hosts and the guest make for a thought-provoking discussion.

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