Following receiving the International Global Good Star and Power Award at the BET Awards in LA a few weeks ago, Gareth and the team congratulate Ma Yvonne Chaka Chaka for the great humanitarian and advocacy work that she does. The Princess of Africa is still learning, still travelling and still using her life experiences to fuel her music. Catch up with the legend herself here…

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There is no topic off limits with actress and TV/radio personality Vatiswa Ndara. From her experience in the South African acting world, her radio journey and even her feelings of #OpenUpTheIndustry – the SAFTA award winner dishes on it all. Ndara also gets candid with what led her to take a break from her career back in 2000, standing up for herself after a sexual harassment incident, and rounds off the discussion with her future ambitions.

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South African jazz singer, actress, model, entrepreneur and chef, Lucia Mthiyane has seen and done it all. Which is saying something as she isn’t exactly old. Her and Gareth have a wide ranging chat about all kinds of things from celebrity friends, homemade beauty products and how people always try bring you down when you reach a point of success.

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The ANC are calling for the nationalising of the Reserve Bank, but why? Deputy Governor of the SA Reserve Bank Daniel Mminele elaborates on this with Gareth, and suggests that there are some bigger things to worry about in the country right now.

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If you enjoy Rich Mulholland’s Reality Check feature on CliffCentral on a Monday, you will love this full-length interview. The reason for the formal sit down is tied to Rich’s new book ‘Legacide’, where the unconventional opinion leader shares a whole host of thoughts on things worth talking about. Insights for days here, and as entertaining as ever.

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The High Court recently ruled that no single religion should take priority in schools. Hans Pietersen, chairman of Ogod – the Organisation for Religious Education and Democracy – is behind this decision, but many Christian bodies see him as the enemy now. He and Gareth explore the topic, why it is so important to offer balance in schools, and the dangers of indoctrination.

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Tech is a huge part of everyone’s lives nowadays. Whether you like it or not, that’s the world we live in. To make it a little less confusing, Theunis Jansen van Rensburg joins the team in studio to talk about what’s new, what’s improving our lives and what is falling away. He also answers a whole bunch of questions which could have been bugging you in this field.

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Multi-award winning director and playwright Aubrey Sekhabi has had his work nominated more than 60 times and won numerous awards along the way. He retells his experiences from writing his first play at the age of 15, tackling productions with heavy historical and cultural significance and currently taking on ‘Marikana – The Musical’. From also working on the likes of the Nelson Mandela Memorial service, he discusses what his future plans are too.

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The last time Joey Rasdien was in studio with Gareth, they had a very introspective talk about his life and matters of the heart. This time round they talk hip-hop, cricket, the Guptas and his latest show – something that is happening in August and needs to be attended.

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Professor Broadbent, Dean of the Humanities faculty at UJ, talks to Gareth about decolonisation of education, free speech on campus, false humility and the philosophy of science. In one of the more intellectual interviews we’ve had, they look at post-modernism, the politicisation of knowledge and the problems Africa has with science. Some will be offended, some won’t be sure why.

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