‘Reach for a Dream’ Chairperson Mervyn Serebro launches ‘Slipper Day’ with CliffCentral. Very touching, powerful intitiative. ‘Slipper Day’ is on August the 7th 2015.  

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Gareth Cliff speaks to sports journalist Graeme Joffe who’s in exile in the United States, after death threats. Graeme’s harrowing story reveals mass shameless corruption in South African sport.    

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Nonhle Thema has settled down considerably with no Twitter meltdowns recently. Starting off working as a shop assistant, Nonhle entered every beauty contest she could, and it led to other avenues. Hear all about her life in this interview on The Gareth Cliff Show.  

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Gareth Cliff and the team immerse themselves in amniotic fluid, and get to know all about home-birthing. It’s all about ‘hypno-birthing’, and freeing yourself from “the confines of purely medical interventions”. It can be a very empowering and special experience, with minimal health risks.  

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What does Dr Ross Tucker think of Chris Froome’s performance at the Tour de France? Ross is a Professor in Exercise Physiology and he is very sceptical that it’s all natural.  

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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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