04.08.20 Pt 1 – If you cheat on your wife, the secret is not to give her reasons to key your car, it’s a bad look for all of you. Also, don’t cheat on your wife and have her arrested. Is Covid over in South Africa? Are we to take crystal healers and sangomas seriously? Nkosinathi Moshoana joins us to tell us how we can help save the matrics of 2020 and their academic year. For more details visit primestars.co.za.

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03.08.20 Pt 2 – Getting invited to a wedding shouldn’t be a given, just because you’re a relative… what’s a great way to make people earn the invite? Dreams shouldn’t be a place for radio presenters, it’s for ancestors. Is Mabuza dead or alive? It’s not clear what stinks more, government in South Africa or the Love Island house. The Scottish accent is tough to love, unless Billy Connolly’s the one speaking.

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03.08.20 Pt 1 – Can the threat of evil be reduced by a poor evil laugh? Should we be able to trade our family if they aren’t as good as another person’s family? Is winter worn out already, or are people still enjoying the comfort of thick blankets? Martin Hood joins us to reveal how to keep your gun without being deemed a criminal.

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31.07.20 Pt 2 – Fellow South Africans… ‘Maaarkel’ says you must be ‘maaandfool’ as an exercise in conflict resolution. Do we still need formal clothing for a corporate job in lockdown? Are you perfect as you are, or can you improve constantly? Is South Africa’s summer going to be busy… or just face masks in the heat? What hobbies have you picked up during lockdown?

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31.07.20 Pt 1 – Turns out 6AM is a nice time of day if you bother to get up. ‘Going to gym’ is just a schlep now… might as well rather get a physics degree than go back to that mess. Getting a puppy is a chick magnet, but there’s a cuteness threshold of diminishing returns – be careful. Lockdown relationships are complicated, but at least you’re not married, divorce is another level of pandemic trauma. And Flax had a haircut from hell.

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Two entrepreneurs – Andile Ramaphosa and Brad Fisher – are doing their part in the fight against Covid-19, by providing ventilation technology to taxis in Gauteng. This is a major development, but has been marred by controversy, given that Andile is the son of President Cyril Ramaphosa. With so many allegations regarding the funding of the project circulating, the co-founders of SDI Force speak to Gareth Cliff about the inaccuracies in the media’s reporting on this.

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30.07.20 PT 2 – What is the life of a champion, and how often should you remind them that they are a champion? It looks like Joe Biden will announce his running mate soon, but will he remember them a week later? Hey… cheer up, it turns out cancel culture has a history that stretches back centuries. Gareth’s retirement has gone up in smoke, he’s not happy.

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30.07.20 PT 1 – What do we do about friends and family who cry at weddings and funerals, do we just write them off? Maybe you are right about your ex being the devil’s child, because a doctor has used the term ‘demon semen’ and there’s been no outrage around this… “Be gone, Satan’s spawn!” Should you look after drunk friends at a party? And what is a mashonisa?

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Your civil liberties are not a given, they are constantly to be fought for. Mark Sham of #SACitizensUnite challenges South Africans to not be silent in the fight for a better country. How can you get actively involved, how can you protest together, and will technology be the saviour of society against poor governance? It’s okay to want a better life, but what are you willing to do to have that life?

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29.07.20 Pt 2 – If you lived in South Africa in the 80s and 90s, Naas Botha was your Brad Pitt – don’t deny it. Tom Hanks might be moving to Greece, because it’s easier to get his way there. There’s a fat bear in Alaska, and no it’s not Khulubuse Zuma. Catch So What Now?… tonight on eNCA at 20:30.

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