Hey look at what a long weekend does for you… it allows you to enjoy another session of our #AprilFoolingAround series earlier than Friday. The team is joined by Chris Forrest, who they’ve had the pleasure of having on the show before – and they welcome Celeste Ntuli for the first time on the #GCS. Don’t miss Celeste discussing the president’s powerful muti!

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Hannes Brümmer and Nicholas Goliath join the team in studio for another edition of #AprilFoolingAround. They talk about their starts in the comedy industry, the rough side of comedy, dealing with hecklers and what experience can really teach you. With loads of laughs, and unbelievable stories, enjoy an hour with them here.

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It’s #AprilFoolingAround with comedians Mojack Lehoko and Ebenhaezer Dibakwane. The two chat with Gareth about their careers, pussy parties, making money in the industry, who they find funny, and so much more.

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Have a laugh with us and some of South Africa’s best comedians as we launch #AprilFoolingAround – Lihle Msimang and Warren Robertson lighten the mood and are bound to get you cracking up as they discuss burning topics from the Guptas and the people’s marches, to how one truly makes a living as a comedian.

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Gareth gets serious about the world of political cartoons… Yiull Damaso and John Curtis chat about the role and importance of satire and political cartoons in this day and age. In the context of their current cartoonist and illustrators exhibition, these talented two also express why freedom of expression in Africa is particularly important to them.

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There is revolution in the air in South Africa right now, something that isn’t new to its history. Shamim Meer, daughter of Fatima Meer, joins Gareth in studio to talk about her mother’s life, and what she gave to fight against oppression. In a recently released intimate memoir, Fatima’s path highlights the struggles of the Indian population and what can be learned from previous sacrifice.

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From horses to cars, cars to planes… evolution has always existed in life, and it is something that Tbo Touch is embracing more than ever right now. Touch Central is becoming Touch HD, and Touch himself is in studio to talk about the relaunch and all that is coming with it. He also reveals an aggressive talent acquisition plan, and the SABC is not going to like it.

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The new Sarafina has not only been found, but she is in studio with Gareth. Noxolo Dlamini is the talented replacement for Leleti Khumalo, in the live changing production. At just 23 years of age, Noxolo may only really be starting out in the industry, but already is wise beyond her years with an infectious energy that is really taking her places.

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Lord Peter Hain served in the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, but it is South Africa where his heart has always beaten loudest. Growing up during a turbulent time in the country, his parents were anti-Apartheid activists who were jailed and forced into exile in 1966. Gareth chats to him about his incredible upbringing, and how he has always stayed true to his principles and beliefs in equality.

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The extraordinary story of Lucky Du Plessis is a must-listen affair. People talk about a diverse and contrasting society in South Africa, but nobody symbolises this quite like Lucky, a man with more than just a story to tell. From not knowing who his biological mother was, to the interesting family he grew into… he has walked a very special journey.

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