Thato Mogatla and Isabella Potenza run a non-profit organisation called the Youth Arts Massif. Gareth gets them to explain exactly what that is and all the great work they are doing. Ulrico Grech-Cumbo then talks Virtual Reality, something that is still very new to most of us, but not Ulrico who is very much ahead of the curve on this most exciting of platform.

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Do you remember Mischa Barton? Well things aren’t going very well for her, which brings the world of celebrity into question and its many dangers that people overlook. Some American political news of a very different nature, then Ranjeni Munusamy gives her views on what went down at SONA from an eye-witness’ perspective.

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The SONA circus played out as everyone expected, and then some. Gareth recaps on the madness, and tries to make sense of it all. Is there any sense to be made though? Mabz is still away so Gareth, Ben and Siya have a go at bringing you the news, with the sport and finance following as per usual.

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Some rumblings from traditional radioland get the team talking. Abed Ahmed, a SA man living in Turkey, then comes into studio to talk about real life in a country that is a real political hot potato and immigration hot spot causing many interesting headlines of late. Thulane Hadebe’s celebrity chart wraps things up with who’s really hot in SA right now.

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It’s SONA time again, but this one could be the least anticipated speech in living memory. For a real State of the Nation Address however, Justice Malala is in studio for the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. As always, the speech itself to be delivered tonight is not the story, so let Justice unpack it all for you here.

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Have you heard Vin Diesel recently? Well he is sounding creepy as all hell in Brazil. Gareth casually mentions meeting a girl in Cape Town, which Ben and Siya turn into a pick-up coaching session. Gareth tries to redeem himself by reporting on some good deeds, before it’s news, sport and finance time.

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Gerrie Nel became a household name on the back of the Oscar Pistorius trial. This was just one of many trials that defined an incredible legal career for the state, one that he is now bringing to an end for a new challenge. Gareth chats to him about this bold new move, and of course gets his thoughts on the high profile Oscar case now that the dust has settled.

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Herman Mashaba checks in to talk about his first few months in office as Mayor of Johannesburg. What his biggest challenges are, and what his plans are going forward to repair past wrongs of previous administrations. Rowan Pybus then talks about Sunshine Cinema, and an interesting initiative that sees him travelling from Cape Town to Nairobi for a fantastic cause.

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Two very important guests are coming into studio today, and a mobile toilet is what will greet them. Gareth recaps the Leon Louw interview and the importance of what was discussed. Another ‘Twitter racist’ presents himself, Ben talks about a show that is blowing his mind, then Rob calls in about Mars. Latest news, sport and finance from there.

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Get a frank and fresh insight on capitalism and freedom with thought-leader Leon Louw of the Free Market Foundation. Louw breaks down what the Foundation stands for and the work that it does, including its drive for giving black South Africans property ownership. Learn all about what Louw also calls the “naked lust of power”, his personal connection to the horror of the 94 psychiatric patients that died of negligence in South Africa and what he thinks the Hate Speech bill means for diversity of ideas. You’ll also not want to miss his stance on State Capture and why he thinks the government is the most successful organisation in the country.

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