Regardless of how healthy we aim to be, there are always unforeseen challenges that can derail us at any moment. Mrs South Africa Nicole Capper, ambassador for Rare Diseases South Africa, comes into studio to shed some light on this, and how you can get involved to help those in need.

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He’s the rapper who, in our heads, we can also chill and have a drink with. Gareth and Jack Parow shoot the breeze in a conversation that hilariously covers some of his less-than-pleasant previous jobs, creating his own range of products and how his music has allowed him to work and travel abroad…

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Barry Hilton is a world-renowned South African comedian and no stranger to CliffCentral.com. In this conversation, Barry admits he’s only ever done three jokes in his entire career, discusses how his young son has given him energy and enthusiasm, and reflects on the advice Billy Connolly gave him years ago and how it changed his life.

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Being an up and coming male South African jewellery designer makes you a rather unique individual. And unique is something that suitably describes Bheki Ngema and his company that creates astonishing pieces of jewellery. He and Gareth talk diamonds and precious metals, and what customers are looking for nowadays with these special purchases.

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Mark Banks is back on stage and raring to go with his new show Stark Raving Mark at Montecasino. He comes into studio to talk about this with Gareth, but gets sidetracked and runs through the make up of the Gupta compound, buying cheap luggage, the Parys Yacht Club, and Peter De Villiers coaching Zimbabwe’s rugby team. As always it’s a genuine laugh a minute session not to be missed.

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Pumpkin Patch was an iconic children’s show back in the day in South Africa. The theme tune still to this day brings back memories, but that is nothing compared to Laurel McCulloch’s first-hand accounts of being on the show. She and Gareth remember the good old days of local TV, and the groundbreaking steps it took when the SABC was still a cutting edge organisation.

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Media powerhouse and South Africa’s sweetheart is now officially Mrs Jones! Minnie Dlamini Jones has had the country talking and tongues wagging since her 2017 whirlwind wedding to Quinton Jones. She opens up to Gareth about her journey down the aisle – including how her relationship started, what getting love from her parents…

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Gareth gets to sit down with a legendary South African entertainer in a conversation that covers fame, talent, family and a look at our society in a way only this seasoned performer can. Desmond Dube retells many stories from his decades in the industry including being influenced by Bra Hugh Masekela, how his grandmother supported his work in the arts and getting his first break from Gibson Kente. Learn from his craft and ethic in this interview, as he even quips “If you don’t love it, don’t do it”.

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Musician Khuli Chana has been staying true to himself and his pure talent, and it’s definitely paying off. The Motswakoriginator discusses his passions and work, and how he’s been dealing with the success, with Gareth. And even as he rarely discusses his personal life, he opens up about his family and touches on the unfortunate police shooting he endured a few years ago. This interview will make you realise why he encapsulates ‘Chana Power’!

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Young people, particularly in South Africa, face many struggles as they enter into the corporate world. How do you navigate it? How do you make a good impression? What should you do as you start out? Founder of The Corporate Canvas, Zimasa Qolohle, had to learn this the hard way and thus has created a platform to answer these questions. Get ready to make notes as you listen to this.

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