Zuraida Jardine is the latest Kellogg’s #BranNewDay ambassador to come into studio. Gareth chats to her about living a healthy and balanced life, but in Zuraida terms this isn’t quite what you expect. Prepare yourself for an interview that takes many a twist and turn and provides some practical motivation to inspire and amaze.

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Nobody breaks through the nonsense of SA politics quite like Justice Malala. He breaks down the whole KPMG situation and how they let the Guptas steal a great deal of money from farmers in the Free State. In a bumper edition of the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s, he pulls everything out of the fire to keep you informed and entertained.

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Do you care enough about your appearance? Not solely for vanity purposes but for anti-aging, something Gareth elaborates on. Skolopad is back after a revealing pic of her and her daughter on twitter. Gareth gets an exclusive on how she’s building her brand. The Rick and Morty guy calls Joel Osteen’s prayer line, and a Skolopad song to take you into the news, sport, finance and daily positivity.

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Zakes Bantwini is a platinum-selling artist and producer, with a multitude of awards and accolades to show for his 36 years on Earth. He chats to Gareth about his career, his additional performing arts capabilities, and his thoughts on the history of South Africa and where the place is going after the scars of Apartheid.

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Gareth chat to Gavin and James from SHAWCO, one of the largest student volunteering organisations in Africa that provides healthcare services and after school tuition to those in need. Do people like you? There are reasons why they may not. Rosalind Davey and Lenja Dahms-Jansen then talk about social media in the workplace, something we can certainly all learn more about.

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Gareth starts the show off with gifts after yesterday’s outburst, which leads into a flashback to Bra Matthews who used to be the Phuza Thursday shop stewart. Another earthquake in Mexico prompts Gord into a story from a trip he had there. Digital cameras, reptilian Mark Zuckerberg, and Donald Trump’s speech at the UN – which gets disturbed by Gord being captured by Zuckerberg.

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Ten studio albums, two live CD/DVDs and one compilation album make up the formal musical credentials of Ringo Madlingozi. Originally from Gugulethu, his musical career however was one developed in a turbulent time in South Africa, which went on to see him collaborate with a whole host of international superstars. He and Gareth talk about the stories behind the stories, and what music continues to mean to him.

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Dumb Americans find themselves congratulating North Korea on launching a hydrogen bomb. The latest from the Henri van Breda trial, some honest cops decline a drug money bribe and Rolling Stone magazine goes up for sale. A listener email addresses a very tough topic from a personal standpoint, and new data demands are put forward for the people of SA.

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Gareth starts the show with a fiery rant that goes badly. Ben has a fan who gives his YouTube videos a glowing recommendation, Elson calls in from Zambia to talk drones, and a fresh look at the KPMG debacle. Some TV talk with the Walking Dead, Narcos and how nobody watches the Emmys anymore. News, sports, finance and a little bit of positivity from there.

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The team catch up on some emails, one of which has a heavy focus on cannibalism and why we should be considering it. Gareth then chats media and journalism in the modern age of social media with Yusuf Omar, before wrapping the show up with Selena Gomez and how Hillary Clinton still hasn’t come to terms with losing to Donald Trump.

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