At the age of 16, Andrew Sutton has the musical ability that many would work a lifetime for. He comes into studio to perform for the team, and share his path so far in music. With a solid support team, and great understanding of how people gravitate towards music, he is set for a big career in the industry.

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Tim Du Plessis is a South African legend in the news industry with many years of experience. He’s edited the likes of the Rapport, Beeld and The Citizen and even headed up all Media 24’s Afrikaans newspapers before retiring from that position in 2014. Not one to rest on his laurels, the Krugersdorp native currently oversees news and actuality content for KykNet. As someone who has been on the frontlines during moments like when PW Botha swung the sceptre, the NP divorce and foundation of the KP, what is his take on the current news stories? Gareth gets to hear his opinion on these, as well as diving into his fascinating life and times.

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Do social groups really exist? And what is individualism and the importance of identity all about? Science fiction novelist Jason Werbeloff, who’s released titles like ‘Defragmenting Daniel’, ‘Hedon’ and ‘The Solace Pill’, discusses these topics with Gareth. Having lectured on social and political philosophy, ethics and religion as well as holding a PhD in Philosophy from Wits University, this is an insightful conversation you can not miss.

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RJ Benjamin is another incredibly talented South African musician. With a proven career as a vocalist, songwriter, composer, voice coach, musical director and producer, his talents have naturally seen him heavily involved in reality TV shows along with producing hit albums. He and Gareth talk more than music though, especially focusing on his love life and how his wife was not what his mother was necessarily hoping for. Plus that time he was a body double for a shower scene in a movie!

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Simon Allison covers Africa for the Mail & Gauradian, having cut his teeth reporting from Palestine, Somalia and revolutionary Egypt. He loves news and politics, the more convoluted the better. He gives Gareth and the team a look at the current affairs of some African countries currently in the headlines, including the likes of Kenya’s hope for a free and fair election, Zimbabwe’s First Family and the latest on Joseph Kony and the Central African Republic.

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Brothers Damian and Waldek Wasowicz return to share their fundraising stories around the Headway Heroes cycling team. Dedicated and undaunted, they have taken their setbacks in their stride, and continue to not only make their lives better, but also raise incredible funds for the benefit of others in similar positions.

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Zakes Bantwini is a platinum-selling artist and producer, with a multitude of awards and accolades to show for his 36 years on Earth. He chats to Gareth about his career, his additional performing arts capabilities, and his thoughts on the history of South Africa and where the place is going after the scars of Apartheid.

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Social media used to be something that people had mixed views on, but now it is an integral part of our lives – both personally and professionally. This comes with some dangers though, but Rosalind Davey and Lenja Dahms-Jansen have just released a book on the subject to guide you in the right direction. Click here to buy the book online.

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Ten studio albums, two live CD/DVDs and one compilation album make up the formal musical credentials of Ringo Madlingozi. Originally from Gugulethu, his musical career however was one developed in a turbulent time in South Africa, which went on to see him collaborate with a whole host of international superstars. He and Gareth talk about the stories behind the stories, and what music continues to mean to him.

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Award-winning Yusuf Omar is one of the leaders in the mobile journalism revolution internationally, and has been producing stories with cellphones since 2010. From his days working as a Senior Social Media Reporter at CNN, being the Mobile Editor at the Hindustan Times in India and eNCA in South Africa, he’s built up his experience to now launch Hashtag Our Stories, which aims to empower mobile storytelling communities around the world and create shows in every language. Gareth talks to him more about his fascinating career and to look at future trends in journalism and technology.

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