Ntsiki Mazwai’s comments on the acts of crime that occurred after the Global Citizen Festival stirs the team up. News anchor Matt Lauer’s fall from grace continues as his wife kicks him to their guest house after the #MeToo allegations. Gareth has sent his DNA for testing… find out why here. Then, gearing up for the festive season, Christo Henning from Land Rover Rustenberg teaches the team why vehicle checks are important.
Oh my Gord! It’s a Wednesday, so Gord Laws is in. A note on old-school porn leads to a discussion about the quality and care put into media today. The team round off with taking a look at some of the day’s top news stories.
After reading Ayn Rand in the early 1980s, Trevor Watkins became a keen libertarian and has been involved with the movement ever since. Simply put, libertarians believe that people should be able to do whatever they desire as long as their actions do not harm others. As a result, Libertarians want to limit the government’s power so people can have as much freedom as possible.
Cartoonist Jerm is standing by his work – despite no editor or cartoonist wanting to go near it. He tells Gareth about his current saga involving Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) and comedian Deep-Friend Man. Leigh-Ann has some of the day’s news stories to unpack. Gareth has some fascinating world data to deliver, before two entrepreneurs discuss the importance of Proudly South African’s Buy Local campaign.
How much do your negative experiences still impact you? Siya wonders after he had a bad dream about one of his school bullies. Still reeling from the acts of crime that took place outside the Global Citizen Festival, friend to the show Siv Ngesi tells the team about his experience. The hour wraps up with a look at news, a crypto update, and some positivity too.
Knickers the giant steer, is he real? Turns out he is, but plot twist, there is an even bigger steer in the picture now from Canada. Trademarked phrases from the obvious to the outrageous, a harrowing account of the aftermath of Global Citizen, then something of a more positive nature as Lorenzo Escobal joins the team in studio. He is looking to inspire aspiring entrepreneurs with his knowledge and experience, and has much to share from his time in business.
Ben is another year older, but he decided to postpone his birthday for a week because of work reasons. The weekend of Global Citizen in Johannesburg was a bit of an anti-climax for Siya, and many others – including Oprah. The death pool gets a score update, then into your latest news, sport, and finance.
Master the art, or martyring the arse? Things Leigh-Ann mentions while getting into the festive cheer with things to stuff in your stocking. The death of beauty pageants with the death of the swimsuit section. A child gets mocked for having a stupid name, murder stories – from the local to the record breaking, Casey Kasem’s death saga still has more chapters, more comments around Siya’s song, then George Mienie wraps up the week with the latest from the world of motoring.
It finally happened. Siya got to be at the same place as Oprah, at the same time. Spoiler alert though, he didn’t actually meet her as he is the world’s worst celebrity stalker. Gareth went back to his old primary school to give a speech, and it’s Nolo’s last day on the show. Then into #PoliticsFreeFriday’s news, sport and Siya’s positivity kick.
We can do well, as we do good – that’s Bonang Mohale’s message in this powerful conversation, as he explains how business should govern with humanity for more positive impact, as he writes in his new book, ‘Lift As You Rise’. The CEO of Business Leadership SA draws from more than 30 years of business experience as he discusses ideas very close to him: The purpose of business, being “other” and not “self” centred, self-worth, and the essence of authentic leadership.