At 25 Vusi Thembekwayo was running a R400 million division in a R17 billion multi-national. He is now a globally recognised CEO whose insights and expertise aren’t just sought after, but also dictate directions that businesses go in. He is a man who truly lives his principles, and someone you can learn a great deal from, no matter your economic position.

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CliffCentral has many shows, and even more characters behind them. Liezl Thom and Shemane Harris are prime examples of this. As hosts of the Beyond Ears and Eyes show, they join Gareth for an incredibly involved chat about who they are, their backgrounds, and what they believe in when it comes to the not so obvious things that shape our lives.

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Knowledge is power, and as Viacom’s Vice President of Global Consumer Insights, Christian Kurz is certainly a man with some relevant power in today’s world. He has some fascinating insights to share with you from recently captured information around millennials, generation x and kids that aren’t quite kids anymore.

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You get people who are into spirituality, and then you get Nathan Raaths, founder of the Mad Hatter Community. Nathan has a very different view on how we go about our lives, and also knows a fair amount about ayahuasca. Gareth’s curiosities around this practice finally get addressed in a very interesting not to be missed interview, which then takes an unexpected turn when a caller poses some questions of a different kind.

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Are you worried about rising debt and your salary just going onto feeding this beast? Joe Cimino is all about fighting debt, and has some straight talk that may be a little difficult to take in. From balloon payments on cars, managing credit cards and changing dangerous trends, Joe is here to help.

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Rafique Gangat is someone with very interesting stories from apartheid South Africa. He was South Africa’s first ‘diplomat of colour’ and recently documented these stories in a book called ‘Bending the Rules’. Battling bigotry and prejudice, Rafique also had a healthy dose of sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll thrown into his incredible story.

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Flemming Rose is a Danish journalist and the editor who decided to publish the now-infamous Muhammed cartoons that caused violent outbreaks and plenty of outrage in 2005. On an Al-Qaeda hit list ever since, he continues to fight for free speech the world over and spent an hour with us discussing offence, Islam, multiculturalism and being disinvited from UCT by Max Price.

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In the last of Gareth’s special Mother’s Day features, he chats to Phumi Mashigo. Long time host of CliffCentral’s Womandla show, Phumi is a mom who with many stories to share, from the unique relationship she has with her mother, through to being a mother herself while still thriving in all her career ambitions.

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Having started out in broadcast media at the same time as Gareth, Kass Naidoo comes into studio with many a story to share. She talks of her unwavering focus on becoming a cricket commentator despite it never being a place for a young woman. Being a mother, falling out of love with cricket and coming back to it, the journey has been an exciting one.

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Tracy Todd is an inspiring woman who has, despite a horrible and devastating car accident, managed to put together a meaningful, full and interesting life. Though quadriplegic, she never lets anything immaterial get in her way, including raising a son and falling in love again. Her story is one that will remind you that you’re only a victim if you choose to be.

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