Ben is back from his illness, an illness that Gareth seems to have picked up. The team plough on though as Gord returns to talk about his Rugby 7s experience, how he and Ben hang out and Gareth continues to elaborate on his Maputo trip and what’s wrong with Africa. A ‘tasteless’ Amy Winehouse joke causes ‘outrage’, then into the news, sport and kick of positivity for your day.

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Get your fresh dose of news from Mabale. The team get into the online movement started by Big Shaq’s Man’s Not Hot. Gareth tests Mabale and Siya’s knowledge with a quiz before Ran Neu-Ner discusses cryptocurrency, once again.

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There’s a stomach bug going around the CliffCentral.com offices that has left Ben MIA and Gareth and Amanda feeling queasy. It’s also the time of the year for the team to make holiday plans. A look at the news leads to a conversation around the ‘Said By Siya’ topic of the day: Not being afraid of failure.

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Senegalese-born British businesswoman Mariéme Jamme has been named on the Powerlist 2017 of Britain’s 100 most influential people of African and African Caribbean Heritage because of her ground-breaking work in the technology and coding space. Her latest venture – iamtheCODE – mobilises governments, businesses and investors in supporting young women and girls in STEAMD (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics and design) the opportunity for education and aims to achieve a giant global goal of one million women and girl coders by 2030. Gareth gets to the fascinating trailblazer in this conversation about her background, passion and motivation in continuing the work that she does.

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Can you make 8 sounds at the same time, with your mouth? Of course you can’t, but Morgan Beatbox can, and he does so in studio with Gareth while talking about his crazy career so far. It goes beyond just a special talent, Morgan is constantly pushing boundaries in entertainment like no other.

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Who was the source behind Jacques Pauw’s book? It seems that Pravin Gordhan could be the man, and this is ruffling even more political feathers. Ben and Siya share very different experiences from the Gariep Dam, then Gareth chats to Bianca Ivankovic from Shap Shap Cinemas. What it means to be a millennial, spiritually. Then Rich Mulholland pulling the ‘generations’ conversation apart and offering some practical holiday advice.

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Gareth reports back from his whirlwind trip to Maputo. Apart from learning about chillies, Mozambique also reminded Gareth about the perils of communism and Africa’s slave ownership mentality. Mabz bounces back from illness, Siya’s wild weekend, Ben’s epic road trip to Cape Town, and Anthea to pick up the pieces after the Steinhoff fallout.

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One to always frankly speak his mind – comedic great John Vlismas and Gareth sound off and comment on a few burning, popular topics like his show The Good Racist, what he experiences producing The Gathering, parastatals, politics, the media and social media. Get ready to laugh as John talks about what he learned from being high on mushrooms, and hear a whole new side to him as he talks about his 16-year-old Uma. John also comments on coaching Khanyi Mbau to be a comedian, and the evolution of the industry he’s in.

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The man himself, Dominic Neill is in studio. He gives his insights on Eminem and talks about how in high school he had a love for Guns N’ Roses. He studied and worked at a few record labels to get to know the industry, and there is a lot that he still wants to achieve. He also tells us about writing a song on the Craig Lucas album.

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Gord and Amanda have a little tiff about the amount of sleep they got on Phuza Thursday. We travel back in time to legendary music artists, and Gord is really freaked out by Prince. Dominic Neil then joins the team in studio.

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