Author of the book In Transit, Fanele Mbali was one of the first ANC members sent overseas to further his education for the good of the movement. He became a key member of uMkhonto we Sizwe and worked alongside many struggle icons in fighting for a better South Africa.

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#ZuptasMustFall. We’ve seen the hashtag and similar rants on social media, but the subject of Fred Khumalo’s latest book formalises the arguments behind such things and more. He and Gareth unpack the current state of the nation, and why speaking out is so important, and something Fred is so good at.

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You get really talented people, and then you get Lindelani Mkhize. Starting out as a young music graduate in the early 1990s, Lindelani created Joyous Celebration, giving young local artists the chance to shine like never before – so much so he was dubbed the ‘Father of Entertainment’, something you can learn more about here.

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Timothy Maurice has just released his latest (4th) book, and has some key fundamentals to share. The book is called Personal Brand Intelligence, and talks about how we can all unlock potential through getting just a few things right in life with his balanced help.

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What does it take to become a Miss South Africa? The current Miss SA 2016, Ntandoyenkosi Kunene, fills the team in on what it’s all about – including the increased grand money prize. While she is on her way out, Ntandoyenkosi gives us insight on how the search is going for the new Miss SA.

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It’s been a month since Lauren stopped working at a gentleman’s club in Pretoria where she was one of the highest earning call girls in the area. She talks about how drug addiction goes hand in hand with prostitution, the competition and backstabbing that comes with the industry, the challenges of dating as a sex worker, as well as how she got out of the industry and drug use.

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He has become a pop culture icon in South Africa, an everyday superstar that millions can relate to. Jack Parow’s life has taken many a turn from humble beginnings in the Cape, getting on the wrong side of Steve Hofmeyer, having corporates kick him off stage to being a dad. He also talks about BokJol, his next big local performance.

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The ability to tell great stories is what CliffCentral is all about, so Gareth was extra excited about today’s guest. AB Moosa is a man whose family has a 75-year history in local cinema, from having cinemas ‘claimed’ by the Apartheid government, bringing Ghandi to South Africa, and an exciting new project around Nelson Mandela and a rather unique gun.

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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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