Executive Director of SECTION27 and an executive member of the Treatment Action Campaign, Mark Heywood is the man to talk to with regards to the current state of the South African nation. He and Gareth talk about the recent anti-Zuma marches, being an active citizen, and the many dangers of current ideology being exhibited by the ruling party right now.

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Have a laugh with us and some of South Africa’s best comedians as we launch #AprilFoolingAround – Lihle Msimang and Warren Robertson lighten the mood and are bound to get you cracking up as they discuss burning topics from the Guptas and the people’s marches, to how one truly makes a living as a comedian.

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Gareth gets serious about the world of political cartoons… Yiull Damaso and John Curtis chat about the role and importance of satire and political cartoons in this day and age. In the context of their current cartoonist and illustrators exhibition, these talented two also express why freedom of expression in Africa is particularly important to them.

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Dr Zweli Mkhize is the ANC’s Treasurer General. As part of his job, he meets the ANC Top 6 every week – probably the most important six people in the party (and therefore the country). He and Gareth talk about Zulu history, the corruption in parastatals, his ambitions for the Presidency, and many other interesting aspects of the party and the country – including his vision of where we could be in five years…

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Media personality Tumi Voster pops in to studio to talk about what she’s up to in her life in radio, fashion, beauty and music… and the ultimate ‘Oreo dunk’!

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Roxy Burger has been working since she was a child. A legit child star who has developed continually in the entertainment industry, she is now enjoying her thirties and all that it presents. Gareth talks to her about what she is up to right now, marriage, monogamy, being your own boss, her recent whirlwind trip to New York and so much more.

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There is revolution in the air in South Africa right now, something that isn’t new to its history. Shamim Meer, daughter of Fatima Meer, joins Gareth in studio to talk about her mother’s life, and what she gave to fight against oppression. In a recently released intimate memoir, Fatima’s path highlights the struggles of the Indian population and what can be learned from previous sacrifice.

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What happens when a trio of international comedians grace our studios? A whole lot of laughs! Franco-British Eric Lampaert, Nigerian Basketmouth and Russian Igor Meerson chat to Gareth about the business of comedy and all that comes with it. Find out how they deal with dying on stage and some eventful encounters with hecklers. And why are they all now finding themselves in South Africa? They chat about that too.

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CEO of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA), Khathutshelo Ramukumba, discusses the groundbreaking work he’s partaking in, including the upcoming South African Youth Awards, implementing necessary social change, and reducing expenditure.

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Robin Knox-Grant was the man responsible for bringing hit TV shows to the SABC back in the day. As the head of English television there from the early 80s onwards, Robin shares his stories with Gareth. How the nation came to a standstill when Dallas was screened, how the Apartheid government tried to influence broadcasting, personally entertaining the stars of the iconic shows, and even people’s bizarre first impressions of televisions in their homes.

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