20.02.19 Pt 2 – The hour gets off to a flying start with Said by Siya and an interesting story about caring criminals. Karl Lagerfeld’s death is discussed, and his many quirks shared. An ISIS teen wants to be British again, Bernie Sanders is running for President again… which somehow leads to a space discussion. Bill Gates’s massive wealth and what Gord would do in the same position. Plus Gord has a huge rant about vaccination, and chicken, and may have broken Gareth in the process.

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20.02.19 Pt 1 – Gareth reflects on the podcast industry – how it has grown over the past few years, and how it continues to find its way in the digital age. Ben enthuses over the spotting of an African Black Leopard, Eddie from Thailand shares his experiences from living there, then Gord finally arrives and talks about boxing. The latest news and sport stories from there.

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19.02.19 Pt 2 – It turns out Google Earth is quite popular within the team for bringing up the stalkers in them. Apple have made a few product and update announcements. Don’t focus on her dentures, but Nancy Pelosi fires back at President Trump’s Declaration Of National Emergency to build the wall. In more political news, the team discuss new US presidential hopeful: Beto O’Rourke. Lerato Walaza and Anelisa Phewa, some of the cast of MTV Shuga: Down South pop in to discuss the new empowering and educational TV season. Then, the hour wraps up with the second episode of Blind History, this one focusing on Shaka Zulu.

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19.02.19 Pt 1 – Gareth is ready to watch the new movie based on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life – On the Basis of Sex – and discusses what he’s looking forward to experiencing in it. But on the other hand, he confesses he’s not inspired by an “underdog to success” story. Leigh-Ann shares her latest app obsession: EskomSePush. The “Five Things You Need To Know” lead to an update on Caster Semenya’s saga with the IAAF, amongst other stories. And Siya concludes with an inspiring story.

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18.02.19 Pt 2 – The team finally gets round to talking about The Bachelor. From Gareth’s dad’s cynical summations to Siya’s bitchy breakdown, it’s a review that you won’t find anywhere else. Jussie Smollett’s strange alleged ‘hate crime’ attack, a caller brings up a conspiracy theory around SA’s power struggles, info about the guy who killed a mountain lion with his bare hands, and some interesting listener emails.

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18.02.19 Pt 1 – The perils of social media and how the negativity within it can manifest into your living world. Gareth brings this up after an interesting talk he heard, and addresses the various elements of life where we need to excel. Siya’s domestic helper is judging him… a lot, and John calls in to talk about the horror he found in his office toilet one day. Then into the latest news and sports stories, plus finance with Anthea.

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15.02.19 Pt 2 – Diet soft drinks may be killing you, Tesla continues to make life better with their cars, and remembering a tragic school shooting. The team cover a wide variety of interesting stories, plus reflecting on Valentine’s gimmicks and a new law being passed in the UK to combat perverts. George Mienie then wraps up the week with the latest from what is happening in the world of cars.

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15.02.19 Pt 1 – It has been a tough week for all South Africans thanks to Eskom and government. The team try and raise the spirits, with talk of The Bachelor and Ben’s theory of how justice can be speeded up in court with modern medicine. The latest in your news, the weekend of sports attractions, plus a much needed dose of positivity from Siya.

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Devan Moonsamy has more than 15 years experience in the learning and development space, and is the CEO of the I Can Help Africa Foundation (ICHAF) Training Institute Pty (Ltd). He’s recently written an article that’s raised a few eyebrows, titled: “Racism and Sexism are ‘Offensive’… So What?”. Gareth breaks his article down in this conversation to find out straight from him what he exactly meant by it, especially in these times that we’re living in. Have we as society become too outraged? Are we being too emotional when it comes to some of the problems we face? Are we too fixated on emotion and not enough on overcoming issues? They discuss this and more here.

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14.02.19 Pt 2 – It’s been another hot week in the South African political landscape, so naturally this means the team has much to discuss. From Eskom and the ANC’s latest musings, to the Thabang Makwetla debacle and AfriForum’s latest comments. Where is the line between lived experience vs objectivity? Kanthan chimes in on that one. Do we have the ability to protect our own sovereignty? Is it even a priority? Gareth poses these questions to the panel, in conclusion.

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