Siv Ngesi lives one of the most interesting lives in South Africa, from reality TV dramas to being loved by German women… his life is non-stop exciting. He catches up on recent happenings with Gareth, plus his good friend Alex from the USA returns. Alex is looking to get disabled students to visit South Africa from around the world, so he is getting certifications for that – but he and Siv may just be starting their own TV show in the process. As always these two are a laugh a minute, even when trying to talk about serious things.

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Rooi Rose magazine celebrates its 75th birthday this year, which marks 75 years of being South Africa’s biggest selling Afrikaans women’s magazine. Hannelie Diedericks and Marti Pansegrouw, the editorial force behind the publication, join Gareth in studio to reflect on the many great interviews over the years, as well as the many features that have defined each issue. The ladies also provide a great insight into the future of print, and the evolution to digital content.

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Rising star Donald Molosi has already made his mark on the world as a critically-acclaimed thespian between Botswana and the United States. As a new playwright and author, whose work has been hailed by The New York Times as “inflamed with passion”, he chats to Gareth about his career, projects he’s working on, and future goals.

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Warning: This is a Trevor Gumbi you haven’t heard before. Trevor and his two boys, Jamie and Jody, talk about their relationship to each other, whether their Trevor is talented or funny and who is the best at sport. The boys tell their dad how much he means to them, reluctantly admit they care for each other and even get into the fun holidays they’ve had as a family. Trevor and Gareth sit for a few minutes at the end of the interview and talk about the adult stuff. It’s honest, emotional and unexpected.

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Brett is the host of Futurology on CliffCentral. His dad, Keith, is a legendary broadcaster who once ran 5FM and hired some of the most famous DJs in South Africa. They talk about the lessons they have learned from each other, the value that being a dad brings to your life, and their shared love of broadcasting.

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Sipho Mbele is a father, husband, former radio personality, actor and motivational speaker. He’s lived a colourful life so far which has inspired his writings in ‘Take It From Me’ and his upcoming release, ‘#WhatsYourProblem’. With such rich experience and life lessons to draw from, Gareth chats to Sipho around fatherhood in South Africa.

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Tumisho’s dad had to work really hard to give Tumisho the life he never had. In this intimate interview, father and son discuss love, life, disappointment, and women. They confront some hard truths about Tumisho’s very public life, and open up about the sacrifices made to give children the best chance of making the world better with every generation.

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Craig is the dad South Africa wishes it had. In a country where so many grow up without father figures or good male role models, Craig takes the job of being a dad seriously. He critically unpacks the importance of the male energy and influence on children, and examines the problems we have in female-headed households and around men who are in dereliction of duty.

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John Sanei is a motivational speaker with an interesting life story. From making a lot of money in his twenties, to losing it all and starting again, John shares some lessons and talks about his new book, which is a fascinating record of entrepreneurship, branding, trust and family.

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Pieter-Dirk Uys continues to fight a fight that we should all be proud of. That is one of cutting edge satire, and keeping things honest in an increasingly political and distorted world. He and Gareth chat about a whole host of current affairs, how Pieter-Dirk wants to bow out, and what he has that Helen Zille and Patricia de Lille do not.

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