Are you struggling to sleep? Well Mabz has a whole host of reasons behind this, from hot beds to smartphone addiction. Russian prostitutes causing fires in Fourways, the lottery, a restaurant where a woman flings her poo at a waiter, a mom guns down a gunman, then onto the Burning Platform with Justice Malala. As always Justice gets down to the nitty gritty of SA politics, in a not to be missed feature brought to you by Nando’s.
Gareth pulls out of the beard deal (temporarily), but then gets into why Trump pulled out of the Iran deal. Find out who the Gwyneth Paltrow of Toronto is, the big stars to attend the royal wedding, some listener feedback, then into the news and sport with Mabz and Ben.
Freelance filmmaker and photographer Johnny Miller joins Gareth in studio to talk about his work. Currently living in South Africa having come over the US, Johnny pioneered African Drone, an organisation focused on empowerment. He talks about his projects, the work that is getting him noticed, and why legislation around drones needs to change in South Africa for the betterment of all.
DStv wanting to regulate what we stream in South Africa is as ridiculous as it sounds. ICASA even confirm as much. Some Henri van Breda news, and Ben gets Siya to confess to something from his childhood. Levels of hardcore porn and where you draw the line, or mutilate yourself. Johnny Miller, a photographer and filmmaker, comes into studio to talk about his work and how he fell in love with South Africa after moving from the US.
Don’t send nudes, send rusks! Winter is really starting to take its toll but the team soldiers on in the early morning. Gareth talks about the intense cost of living in Europe, Ben arrives late after an unfortunate incident, then into the daily news, sport and positivity kick with Siya.
Brett Ladds is more than just your accomplished chef with a long list of celebrities that he has cooked for. He cheffed and assisted in the coordination of the 1994 Inauguration of President Mandela. He personally managed the presidential guesthouse and served as executive chef under Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki. His recent book titled ‘Mandela Appreciation Club’ documents his amazing experiences, many of which he shares with Gareth here.
The talk and hype around cryptocurrency may have died down in recent months, but it is still a fascinating concept. Nobody describes this better than Simon Dingle, who has just written a book on the subject, along with the brilliance of blockchain and other pressing financial matters that affect our modern lives.
More feet have washed up in Canada… is it the work of a serial killer, or just another day in a cold country? ‘Time travellers’ are invited to Stephen Hawking’s memorial service, Meghan Markle’s dad is now not going to attend the Royal Wedding and Gayle busts Oprah for smoking weed on Ellen. Simon Dingle then joins Gareth to talk about his new book, something that well and truly tackles cryptocurrency, and financial matters that you need to know about right now.
The joys of winter are upon those living in the south of the world, and it makes Gareth wish he had the ability to tan better. Sounds a bit odd, but not as odd as why Siya refuses to participate in a beard growing competition. Mick Jagger, what work you would get done cosmetically, and Google Duplex. Mabz then on your news, Ben with the sport, and Siya’s daily positivity kick.
Sweden are taking the first big step in microchipping their citizens, but it’s not a scary as you think when considering the positives. Personality types that we all exhibit, and which ones it helps to be higher in. The concept of narcissism then gets a good plug, along with the value of self awareness, then over to Rich Mulholland and his Reality Check feature. Finally some Mother’s Day gifting, the latest from the upcoming Royal wedding, and the unNews.