Tumi Morake makes a long overdue return to the CliffCentral studios, and brings with her Ndumiso Lindi. The two have a new show together, ‘Married But Not To Each Other’, which they are excited about. It explores the controversy of marriage, and nobody can explore the obvious sensitivities like these two. But Tumi also has much to catch us up on from a personal side since moving to Jacaranda, and of course she spares nothing in retelling her stories.More Info
Business Insider, the largest business news site in the USA, has now launched in South Africa. Focused on becoming South Africa’s biggest business website, editor Helena Wasserman sits down with Gareth to talk about the challenges in her industry, online trends, and how people choose and engage with content right now.More Info
Many have watched Melanie Bala’s evolution as a budding broadcaster cutting her teeth at Radio Kop, growing into her various roles at Metro FM and now finding her perfect balance as a working mother. Gareth learns how she is learning from growing into more of herself through her pure authenticity. From her foundation in a multi-racial and multi-cultural family, her love for reading, yoga and even finding peace in her public divorce with Zwai Bala, listen to some of the powerful lessons Melanie has learned from her life.More Info
We all know someone with a cancer story, it is a reality of our modern lives. Marinda van Zyl has a personal story on the matter, but more importantly she has a lot of information how you and your loved ones can drastically reduce your chances of battling with this dreadful disease.More Info
Comedian Riaad Moosa is a man who follows his passion in everything that he does – whether that means swapping his medical qualification for the comedy stage or being inspired by his South African roots to take up certain acting roles. Gareth chats to him about his journey, being so many things, in so many ways. Learn more about his life and times, his new show centred around reaching the milestone of turning 40, why he believes a person who takes more risks will grow quicker… and the moment that led the father of four to suspect his wife had an affair with Chewbacca.More Info
South Africa’s golden girl of broadcasting Tracy Going has penned a strikingly honest memoir detailing the traumatic experience of being abused by her partner. She opens up to Gareth about love becoming terror based on ‘Brutal Legacy’ – hear about the lessons she’s learned, the firsthand detailing of suffering abuse, how she coped through the legal processes of taking her partner to court, and so much more.More Info
Nicolene has been a friend of the Gareth Cliff Show for some time now. As someone who has suffered a life-threatening head injury, she has made great progress in living a productive life – despite her setbacks, and catches Gareth up on what she is doing right now. She also talks about World Head Injury Awareness Day, and the strides that Headway are making in this field.More Info
David Beckham is many things: world famous footballer, father, style icon, and the man who made tattoos mainstream. He’s also refined and cool, like his own whisky, Haig Clubman. It’s about changing the game, breaking the rules and doing things differently. Gareth Cliff had an unconventional, unradio conversation with David Beckham about Haig Clubman, his family, being an entrepreneur and breaking the rules.
Haig Clubman is not for sale to persons under the age of 18. Enjoy responsibly.
After witnessing one too many cases of brands failing in the African marketplace, CEO of Insights Publicis in Nigeria Feyi Olubodun has penned ‘The Villager – How Africans Consume Brands’. He chats to Gareth and the team around the book that has been called essential reading for brand owners wishing to conquer African markets.More Info