With the passing of Aretha Franklin, Gareth chats to Randall Abrahams about the Queen of Soul’s incredible career. From humble beginnings to her incredible rise to fame, her story was indeed unique. Robyn Sher from Lifestyle Home Garden then joins the team for her Friday feature, which this time gets into sowing seeds and growing your own. It’s then onto a new Friday experience and that is ice-cream, with two very special guests.
The day gets an instant Friday feel with a story about Tony Pike and his amazing hotel in Ibiza. The guy has lived a life like no other, and gets the team talking about how back in the day we had the super celebrities. Your latest in news and sport from there, plus Siya’s positive take on the world.
With more than 18 years’ experience in various industries from medicine to entrepreneurship, Dr Terrence Kommal has led teams from start-ups and family businesses, to national and international multi-million dollar entities. Known as a CEO, non-exec director, strategist, entrepreneur, medical doctor, author, speaker and YPO (Young Presidents’ Organisation) member, Gareth picks his brain on matters like the state of South Africa’s healthcare, the Road Accident Fund, being a former Presidential Medical Team Doctor and so much more.
Justice Malala may have moved, but the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s is still here and hotter than ever. Ivo Vegter gets into expropriation without compensation, and what he took out of the recent Constitutional Amendment hearings – among other things. Schalk Kearney from Pet Heaven then drops by to talk about how this amazing online company is changing the pet industry… plus there’s a new pet show starting on CliffCentral called Paws for Thought with Leigh-Ann Mol.
The day gets off to a very philosophical start on how South Africans need to do more to make a difference, or they simply deserve the disaster that the politicians are creating. The Bachelor SA continues to create speculation… and then onto the latest news and sport stories, plus Siya’s positivity feature.
The Lost Boys of Bird Island, a recently released book about an alleged pedophile ring during Apartheid South Africa, is making the news for some pretty dark and twisted reasons. Boris Johnson’s burka comments continue to create interesting talking points, then Dominique Collett from AlphaCode joins the team in studio to talk about the incredible opportunity they are providing for South African entrepreneurs. Finally, Gareth talks about anti-ageing and some new developments on that front.
The ANC are confident that by as soon as 2030 they can sort out the lavatorial crises! Take that the rest of the world, Cyril has it all under control. Support continues to flow for Nolo’s brother, Gareth and Gord continue to gush over Barcelona, and your election options for 2019. The latest news, sport plus Siya’s positivity feature.
As the former Chief Executive Officer of the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), Lindiwe Faith Mokate has been committed to promote respect for, observance of, and protection of human rights for everyone – without fear or favour. Gareth finds out more about the work that she did with the SAHRC, and understanding more of what goes into the national institution established to support constitutional democracy.
Aretha Franklin seems to be on her last legs, so naturally people are getting overly sentimental about this. The latest Taylor Blinds feature sees the team not turning a blind eye to the sun. From a health and function sense, there are some useful tips and instructions here heading into summer. The benefits of masculinity in society, and how we should embrace this and not fight it. Some strange plane news, and some listener messages on a variety of subjects.
Gareth is back, and with that retells the story of his incredible cruise around the Mediterranean. Nolo’s brother got savagely attacked while trying to help a friend, and then a general catch up of elements before getting into the latest news and sport.