Most people will try to be useful in their life, but is there a way you can be of use in the afterlife? August is Organ Donor Month and the team is joined by Jooste Vermeulen and Cleopatra Ndhlovu to talk about organ and tissue donation.

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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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PJ Powers is in studio to catch us up on what she’s been up to. As one of the SA’s longest serving artists, she’s making brand new music. She’s also just come back from a trip to Greece and lets us in on what she got up to. The woman affectionately known as ‘Thandeka’ also shares some insights into what’s wrong with South Africa’s way of thinking regarding politics, race relations and our country.

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Nomuzi Mabena joins the team and takes them through her rise in the entertainment industry. She’s a rapper, Vuzu presenter and MC. A lot of things have been said about Nomuzi, including the fact she’s a part of the illuminati. Find out how she deals with the nastiness that comes with being in showbiz. She also talks about growing up in Benoni, personal relationships, family and some of the people she trusts the most… plus her role in the Kellogg’s #StartYourGreat campaign.

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Elaine Bergenthuin is a patent attorney specialising in protecting technological and biochemical intellectual property. Gareth and team discuss just exactly what you can lay claim to in your personal lives, and what may actually be out of your hands. From products to social media, there is much to learn here.

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Neo Mashigo is so much more than just an ad man. As chairman and board member of the Loerie Awards, his journey in the world of creativity has taught him a great deal about South Africa and the world. He and Gareth unpack what makes people tick, and how to get noticed nowadays.

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Youth development is key to the future of South Africa, and it is something close to the heart of Amanda Blankfield-Koseff, founder of The Youth Citizens Action Programme. She started this back in 2009, and in 2013 took it to new levels in conjunction with the Empowervale Trust. Gareth and Amanda discuss how to move forward with the youth in SA.

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Never before has politics been so robustly discussed and engaged over in SA as it is now. Donavan Roscoe, someone involved in making playing cards for a living, has caught the nation’s imagination on this front and produced a very interesting booklet about what a good government entails, something he shares with Gareth.

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Andrew and Brian Chaplin, otherwise known as Locnville, were part of the recent #StartYourGreat campaign with CliffCentral and Kellogg’s. They are a real South African success story, and always great fun as Gareth proves with an interesting game to differentiate the twins with.

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