27.07.21 Pt 1 - The country is open and weekend plans are being made, meaning people can now purchase booze again. The team talks to Yatish Narsi about the #ThisIsUs campaign, and Simphiwe finds out how many caramels she's worth.

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26.07.21 Pt 2 - The team talks about a study that links COVID-19 to a substantial drop in intelligence. Leigh-Ann shares her yoga experience and Matthew Alford joins the team to talk about his traveling Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle collection.

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26.07.21 Pt 1 - According to Mbulelo, everything is your fault! His reasoning is that since most people "can’t pick the right partner" it’s no wonder our standards are so low when it comes to our government. Dr Hanan and Mathapelo Monaisa then join the team to talk about compassion fatigue.

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23.07.21 Pt 2 - The guy that’s behind making CliffCentral look good, Gomolemo Modise joins the team to spill some office tea, and how hard the dating scene is now. We also find out what Leigh-Ann’s minimum dating requirements are! Seems like Mbulelo might have a man crush on George Mienie.

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23.07.21 Pt 1 - Have you ever thought about what you want your tombstone to say? Leigh-Ann’s ‘don’t care’ attitude comes out pretty strong, which gets the guys talking about prescribed medication and how so many people are on these meds. Mbulelo claps back at someone who doesn’t like how he discriminates against children.

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Ian Goldin is a professor and globalist at Oxford University, but he’s also a South African who served in the Development Bank during the Mandela years. He and Gareth Cliff discuss his book, RESCUE, and argue about big government, the ways the pandemic could change the world for better or worse, and whether anyone handled COVID well at all.

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22.07.21 Pt 2 - Economist Mike Schussler and Township Entrepreneur Developer Bulelani Balabala join the team to talk about being a small business in South Africa, and how the lockdown and looting have had an effect on them.

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22.07.21 Pt 1 - The team has a bit of a back and forth about toilet paper, and whether buying double ply is a waste or should be the standard. Teachers get some appreciation about the hard work they do, and an important discussion about bathroom colours.

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What is hope during times of crisis? Is it passion? Perseverance and grit? Or faith? And how do we look beyond the current situation to inspire and acknowledge others? Should we look to the bravery and resilience of others, to hold each other strong? Gareth and Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of Henley Business School in Africa, have a candid conversation about hope being the new currency.

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21.07.21 Pt 2 - What is the process of cancelling a family member, considering that you can't avoid them forever? Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of Henley Business School in Africa, chats to the team about hope being the new currency.

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