14.02.20 Pt 1 – If you have a weirdly shaped head, get a hat or hair plugs! If your partner was in an accident and they lost limbs, how long would you stay with them? Why is getting into offices so hard in 2020… what next, a blood sample? Mfundo is looking for love via a dating site, the problem is that his profile pictures aren’t of him. And Siya wants fat singers to stay fat!
13.02.20 Pt 2 – Is Cyril Ramaphosa a superhero or just a statue? Ace Magashule – art collector or just a political figure who bought a painting without the knowledge that it cost R8m of taxpayers’ money? If people become apathetic to politics, what will happen to society at large? It’s SONA Day in South Africa… is it worth watching?
13.02.20 Pt 1 – If your neck is sore, get a better pillow… you savage! Siya matters to us again, he has a phone. Are the phones actually watching us and will they derail our cars without us knowing? SONA is today – is Cyril just a liar in an expensive suit, or a people’s champion. Gareth is a pen snob, is he old or a man of class?
12.02.20 Pt 2 – Dolly Parton has lots of big hits, the biggest being on her chest. The hole under the door in a public bathroom is useful, but could also be embarrassing if you need to go for a number 2. Having said that, when you have defiled a public toilet bowl, clean it up! In 2020, why is it still so hard to change toilet rolls in a public bathroom? Gord and his friends once went for a team poo, they are now bonded for life by the experience. Why do we call a clothes horse, a clothes horse… it’s not a horse! Mark Bland of The Q podcast joins us to unpack the state of the American political landscape.
12.02.20 Pt 1 – Pile on the abuse… it’ll build character. Adversity in small doses has never killed anyone! Today Gord and Gareth identify as women. The deepest question of the millennium is how many feminists can you fit in a lift? Fact checking when reading headlines is important, don’t be a sensationalist. If you don’t know your own porn name, life isn’t happening right for you. And we can now confirm Jussie Smollett is a horrendous human.
11.02.20 Pt 2 – It’s been 30 years since Nelson Mandela was released from prison. What a day! Winnie Mandela – hero or villain? Are today’s 8-year-olds smarter than 8-year-olds 30 years ago? The Oscars were this weekend, does anybody still care? Renée Zellweger is more plastic in her face than Lego, she can barely speak. Millennials are poorer than their parents’ generation, it’s hectic. And Mbulelo will never get laid, find out why…
11.02.20 Pt 1 – Siya’s getting a new number, madness or liberation of the soul? Gareth gives Siya counselling about drawing lines for people, and it’s magical. It’s micro aggression Tuesday. If you win the lottery, get an awesome car, drive past your ex partner’s house and then drive past again! No coup as feared, it’s Polokwane time for South Africa’s military. Siya’s 8-year-old niece is getting a Valentine’s Day present, and Siya is not… awkward! And what is the age to stop having babies?
10.02.20 Pt 2 – The back of the throat can build a singing career. It’s raining in Australia, good or bad? Puppy farms in Australia are now illegal. How come we are so fascinated with women who have beards? Shouting “I have coronavirus!” on an aeroplane is not a cool thing to do, especially on a plane headed to a Jamaican holiday. Phillip Schofield has come out as gay. Siya has an old man moment. The Oscars are dead, long live Ricky Gervais! Loyiso Bala joins us as we meet another great mind from Henley Business School.
10.02.20 Pt 1 – If you are a player, how do you keep it together? Gareth Cliff might have coronavirus. Is rain good or just destructive? One crow is bad luck, two is a nice meal. Is South Africa ripe for a coup d’état? Siya gives his movie review of Bombshell. Do good looking humans get away with more because they won a genetic lottery? State security got robbed again, how secure is this place? And cocaine is a business class drug.
Here’s a love story that defies time, countries and basically everything in between. Shirley Lewis and Leon Swanepoel first met and fell in love as teenagers. They each soon went their separate ways after high school, had successful careers, relationships, moved and had families. But, 60 years after they first laid eyes on each other – they got back into communication and sparks started flying again! This is certainly an interview bound to make you feel giddy inside… Shirley and Leon share their story of a thriving relationship, at 84 years old.