Rapport Editor Waldimar Pelser has broken away from the staid and stuffy Naspers of the past. Waldimar shares his journey from editing his school newspaper, to his Rhodes Scholarship, up to this new and exciting challenge at Rapport.    

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Minister of Small Business Development Lindiwe Zulu has lived through it all. Coming from a broken home, and being brought up by her grandmother. Life got even more complicated with two children in her teens. Then 1976 came about, joining The Struggle, moving to Tanzania, and then Russia.  

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Garth Taylor knows how to kill a person, but he’s primarily a singer/songwriter. Garth has very good reason to support abused children and women, as he comes from that very same traumatic background. Garth has taken a break lately with his sister passing away, but he’s starting to make a comeback.  

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Francois van Coke of Bellville has made Afrikaans music more mainstream, poking fun at the conservative elements. Francois’s parents almost admit that they’re proud of him.  

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Michael Jackson (not the dead one), is really looking forward to his new show on CliffCentral starting next week. Michael can talk about anything, because he’s MC’d over 2500 conferences in the last 15 years. Michael even gets stuck into a chicken lecture, really fascinating.  

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Dr John Demartini is back in South Africa, inspiring and lifting us up. Everything John was told he could not do when he was growing up, he is doing prolifically and at a very high level. We catch up more with our special suprise guest, Leigh-Ann Mol. What a country bumpkin she’s become.  

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Do you know much about Ndaba Mandela? One of the grandsons of Nelson Mandela who has had a very unusual upbringing; changing schools, literally his name, and homes numerous times in his formative years.  

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Expert on international affairs, Dr Greg Mills has written another book; ‘How SA Works – and Must do Better’. Greg has been all over the world, consulting for governments, from Afghanistan to Rwanda. How is South Africa doing since 1994? Greg outlines all the areas that can really make South Africa work.

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Joni Peddie is the founding member of The Enneagram Institute JHB which specialises in demystifying the personality and human behavioural traits that define us all. She uses her expertise to analyse Gareth and the team, and sheds some light on who they all are as people – both good and bad.

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Brent Lindeque pops in. Brent tells us all about his CNN exposé . This Rak Nomination project has got so big, the CNN cameraman Robert especially came through from Atlanta. Gareth also gets a chance to chat briefly with Robert.  

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