More humourist than motivator, Gavin Sharples has been setting corporations straight for years with his no nonsense approach to business. Gavin doesn’t just see the lighter side of things, he actively promotes it which makes for an enthralling chat with Gareth. It will get you laughing, and more importantly thinking a little differently.

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Slavery in all its ugliness is rife in South Africa, well hidden from us. Let’s bring it to light and learn about what’s happening with people as commodities.

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Tshepi Vundla and Lerato Maroleng join the team to discuss the dos and dont’s of travelling abroad and creating your own personal style. Get expert tips on how to start your own personal blog and build your brand.

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Siya Beyile is joined by commercial photographer Ricardo Marcus Knipe, who gives insight into his 7 years in the photography industry, how to build a viable business, and how to use social media to better your chances of being booked.

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The team is joined by singer Keegan Martin in studio, who speaks about his group 156 and sings ‘Sandcastles’ by Beyonce.

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It’s International Women’s Day and while everybody else is going to try and be serious about women’s issues, we on Womandla! are getting back to the real girl talk with reality TV star, Chanita Foster. We’re talking babies, depression, identity, money, giving… and just generally the life of being a woman.

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A DTI survey has revealed only 3% of South Africa’s economy is black-owned. The survey raises a scary disparity, proving that Africa is far from being independent and self-sustainable. The ownership of products and services is a key factor behind the ‘Africa by Africans’ movement, which stands for Africa taking ownership of its outcomes related to employment, education, inequality and wellbeing. How does Africa start taking ownership of the economic value chain… and how does Africa builds its own ecosystem and start benefitting from it? Vongani Shirelele, Theo Mashego, and Africa Nkosi present their perspectives and offer some insights.

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Ben is locked and loaded for another hour of sport, and it is naturally a full one with football, cricket, rugby, golf and more. The Arsenal FanTV story heads into a new chapter, the Proteas kick things off well in New Zealand, the FA Cup dominates the football and Dustin Johnson is the world no.1 in golf.

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It’s all about relationships, marriage, learning how to kiss and just plain bizarre dating rituals and games. Married at First Sight South Africa kicks off on our television screens and Mabale has a good friend, Bellinda Khojane, joining her to talk about unconventional relationships in the diverse South African context.

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After a stellar interview with Gareth Cliff, the rest of the show went downhill quickly. Thank goodness for people like Alfred Adrian who brought a whole new dimension to the podcast, with Business Advice. Did you know there’s a comedy blog called NoJokesComedy? Founder and editor Rethabile Mohlala pops in to let the team know about things like ‘Sneaker of the Week’. BBC was a mess because the guys are not allowed to drink in the studio anymore!

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