The VAT increase is starting to take effect in South Africa, but what are the ramifications of it all? Trevor Manuel is very upset with the dodgy Ace Magashule in a public address – reminding us how refreshing it is when politicians actually speak the truth. The upcoming chaos around Jacob Zuma’s day(s) in court, then in complete contrast a group of bright students come into studio to talk about the Nelson Mandela Debating Challenge. George Mienie then wraps up the week with what’s happening in the world of cars.

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It’s Jacob Zuma’s big court day today, and some drunks were already out in support of him overnight. Gareth is worried about people going crazy, starting with his friends. But what is crazy, and when should you be worried about someone? Plus, do you actually care about other people in your life? News, sport and some Friday positivity from Siya from there.

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Co-host of 947’s afternoon show Greg Aldridge has a budding career that boldly shows his passions for radio and broadcasting. Gareth gets to know him better, highlighting his achievements that have led him to the ‘Greg & Lucky’ show. Find out what makes the former Rhodes University student tick, being the youngest of four kids and self-confessed “mistake” in his family, and even his deep interest in history.

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Justice Malala’s take on local politics is as entertaining as it is informative. This week on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s, enjoy a wider view on the state of the nation and beyond. Don’t just get the news, get the insights and so much more from South Africa’s pre-eminent political analyst.

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You know maths isn’t a strong point of the team, but Gareth was actually a real numbers geek at the end of high school. That smart angry guy Paul Joseph Watson talks about how social media is programming us, and not the other way around. This is an absolute unmissable feature on how we can better our lives…

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An arsonist has been caught on Table Mountain in Cape Town, which makes you question the mental well-being of people right now. The ‘YouTube shooter’ gets identified and a possible motive released, which adds to the conversation of modern day mental health. Bill Cosby is back in court, the Hollywood pedophile ring strikes again, allegedly, and Stefan (a listener from Germany) drops by to talk about life in Berlin and what has changed in SA since he left.

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Pam Golding has passed away. Aged 90, she lived quite a life and was someone who certainly made a bold career move early on. Gareth discusses Ben’s love of theories before breaking down the problem with ‘wanting to be an actor’. What the team members feel they could do other than their current careers, then into the news, sport and Siya’s positivity feature.

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Tumi Morake makes a long overdue return to the CliffCentral studios, and brings with her Ndumiso Lindi. The two have a new show together, ‘Married But Not To Each Other’, which they are excited about. It explores the controversy of marriage, and nobody can explore the obvious sensitivities like these two. But Tumi also has much to catch us up on from a personal side since moving to Jacaranda, and of course she spares nothing in retelling her stories.

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Business Insider, the largest business news site in the USA, has now launched in South Africa. Focused on becoming South Africa’s biggest business website, editor Helena Wasserman sits down with Gareth to talk about the challenges in her industry, online trends, and how people choose and engage with content right now.

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Ever heard of Don Imus? Well he is a long-standing American radio host who has finally called it a day. Find out what the Condom Challenge is all about, plus the protests on the N3 highway which turned the Easter weekend into a nightmare for some…

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