Pioneers in their fields always have two things in common – a passion for what they are doing, and a work ethic second to none. This is David Higgs in a nutshell… a South African chef whose CV is nothing short of incredible, from starting off by manning a carvery on the weekends to looking after a Tour de France team and starting his own top class restaurant. His story is a fascinating look into the world of cuisine and the catering industry.

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Founder and Managing Director of Akwande Communications, Nozipho is not just a business savvy South African involved in the public and private sector, she also fronts up as an anchor on CNBC Africa. From humble beginnings, her career path has taken many an interesting turn, and been influenced by a variety of fascinating individuals. A true example of South African success, she is as inspiring as she is informative.

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Uber is becoming more and more entrenched in our lives with the affordable and convenient service it provides. It also puts us in touch with some interesting people, such as Gareth the Uber Driver. From drug dealer drop offs to picking up ‘blessees’, Gareth has some incredible stories to share.

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Been around the block and back again. Something you can definitely say when talking about John Matisonn. Veteran journalist and editor, John has an intimate knowledge of South Africa’s political past, and through his new book, God, Spies and Lies, reveals some incredible stories.

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Gareth is joined by theatrical singer, actress and dancer Samantha Peo. Once Gareth calms down from his nerves over Samantha’s pink eye infection he discovers more about her interesting surname, the projects she has worked on and even leaves room for a little flirtation with her.

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Anastacia Tomson joins Gareth to discuss her new book, Alway Anastacia – A Transgender Life in South Africa. Hear about how her Jewish upbringing left her feeling like she was not accepted by her community, how feeling trapped in the wrong gender led to her being a social misfit in her younger years, as well as the difficulty of dealing with people who have been conditioned into thinking being transgender means there’s something wrong with you.

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Minnie Dlamini is one of South Africa’s brightest stars right now, and her road to success is something that Gareth takes great joy in revealing. From actress to presenter to empowering her fellow women with her foundation, she isn’t just another IT girl, and certainly isn’t your ordinary 20 something. Minnie shares how her family has supported her dreams since she was 12 years old, and how they are still so much a part of her life, along with her constant desire for success.

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Internet sensation Caspar Lee is just on the up and up! With his YouTube channel allowing him to interview the likes of Chris Pratt, Kevin Hart, Seth Rogen and Justin Timberlake, he’s now branching out to writing a book and filming new shows. Catch up on his exciting future plans and how he even got to meet his BFF and fellow YouTuber Joe Sugg.

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With a history that has seen him consult for the Mandela administration, Don Pinnock has experienced a lot. As an explorer, travel writer and photographer, his interests have now landed him in showcasing the stories of gang-ridden communities. His new book, ‘Gang Town’, looks at realities of gangs and the repercussions of these environments, including looking at child warriors and how important a role parents play in the lives of their children – explore this fascinating topic during this conversation.

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Growing up a McCauley is much more fascinating than you would imagine. Son of the renowned Pastor Ray McCauley of Rhema Church and pastor himself, Josh McCauley, talks about his fascinating life thus far. From opening Redemption Church, which has its headquarters based in a former club, his thoughts on commercialising religion to what he thinks about Pastor Mboro – hear it all from him. On a personal note, Josh also opens up about his parents’ public divorce at 15 and dealing with his father’s harrowing heart attack in 2010 that involved 14 hours of open-heart surgery.

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