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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Get a frank and fresh insight on capitalism and freedom with thought-leader Leon Louw of the Free Market Foundation. Louw breaks down what the Foundation stands for and the work that it does, including its drive for giving black South Africans property ownership. Learn all about what Louw also calls the “naked lust of power”, his personal connection to the horror of the 94 psychiatric patients that died of negligence in South Africa and what he thinks the Hate Speech bill means for diversity of ideas. You’ll also not want to miss his stance on State Capture and why he thinks the government is the most successful organisation in the country.

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Professor Cheryl de la Rey is the Vice-Chancellor and Rector of the University of Pretoria. In this podcast she talks about the dramatic campus events of the 2016 academic year, the future of tertiary education in South Africa and the innovation that the UP has undertaken in terms of online education. Gareth also criticises the ugly architecture and language policy of the University. The Professor gives Gareth a lesson in gender preferences in study too.

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Dr D has been a repeat guest on The Gareth Cliff Show as she really knows how to get to the heart of social and emotional issues. She and Gareth talk about the dangers of social media nowadays, how humans are struggling to genuinely connect with each other, and how communication is moving away from its original purpose.

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Carl Supra is an inventor, but not in the sense you may think. Having spent many years in a laboratory refining scientific processes and engineering principles to create revolutionary products, he only really came into his own after an encounter with a certain lady friend. This is one of those interviews that takes a turn for the unexpected, in the best kind of ways.

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After decades of being one of the most iconic radio personalities in South Africa, John Robbie has finally called it a day. He and Gareth talk about his amazing journey, how he transitioned from rugby player to radio presenter, and all the incredible things that happened from there, and the people that came into his life.

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We all hit a plateau or a rut at some stage in our careers. Then we all want a change but often have no idea of how to do it. Robin Wheeler believes you should ‘be yourself for a living’, and on the back of being a keynote speaker, business consultant and prolific author, he shares such views from an informed and inspiring standpoint.

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