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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How does a child from Butterworth become Professor Thembela Hillie, the Chairman of Nanotechnology at the CSIR? How far has nanotechnology come so far? Will we ever be able to live forever?  

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Hazel Feldman started off as a journalist, and then landed up bringing in the biggest musical stars, and productions to South Africa, and is still doing so. Hazel has great stories including the genesis of Sun City. Some of the stars who came, include Frank Sinatra, Liza Manelli and Julio Iglesius to mention but a […]

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Durag Jesus and Eleph Gula-Ndebele from ‘The Phootball Show’ are no- holds-barred. They talk about soccer and more, in a way that is more accessible than your average professional soccer commentator, who would only talk about soccer.  

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Eddie Clayton, Director of the Johannesburg Youth Orchestra brings in two of his members. Clarinet player Naledi Dweba had to care for and watch his parents die of AIDS, when he was 12 years old. Sent to live with his grandmother in Hillbrow afterwards, Naledi has come a long way, playing with the Joburg Youth […]

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How did Gugu Zulu get involved in motor racing? From bumping into a white woman reading ‘The Sowetan’ in Bela Bela, to a driving academy, then TV presenting, Gugu Zulu has had a really inspiring life-journey so far.  

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What is 80’s rocker Cindy Alter up to since she was last here? Cindy’s written a book, ‘No Substitute’. Cindy has had a life, like no other, it’s not all rock ‘n’ roll.  

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Find out all about “The Dagga Couple”. Their love for weed has ignited their passion to prepare a legal case to try legitimise their lifestyle. Do you know the history of dagga? Then Dr Sindi van Zyl gets involved.

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