08.04.19 Pt 1 – In times of doom and gloom, Gareth talks about a beautifully simplistic wedding ceremony he went to, and how happiness may not be so unattainable for us all. Michael Jackson’s family fights back with a documentary of their own, Ben celebrates a special anniversary, and a discussion on the mess that is Alexandra thanks to the ANC. The latest in news and sport, Anthea’s Money Shot, plus Siya with a positive local story.

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Starting out as a teacher, Reverend Kenneth Meshoe followed his calling of making a difference in society by founding his own political party, the African Christian Democratic Party. On the road to the South African general elections, Gareth gets to know more about the leader and hears his take on the political landscape today.

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05.04.19 Pt 2 – A kid that went missing years ago suddenly appears in a very strange story. A Marvel marathon like no other, Ben remembers the great Harambe, Prince Harry says Fortnite should be banned and a woman gets abducted while on safari in Uganda. Leigh-Ann powers into her critical analysis of The Bachelor, which actually involves a contestant from The Bachelor! Then George Mienie wraps up the week with the results from the AutoTrader South Africa Car of the Year winners – along with a special guest.

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05.04.19 Pt 1 – This whole Joe Biden thing about him being a little too handsy with people is getting out of hand. Gareth breaks down how basic human interactions are now becoming an opportunity for faux activism, and this is dreadfully dangerous. Your latest news and sport from there, plus Siya’s Friday positivity kick.

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04.04.19 Pt 2 – As South Africa gears up to the elections, and society is being bombarded by many voices, how about hearing the voices we don’t often shine enough of a light on? Gareth speaks to Sandile and Nono – young and passionate citizens who are making a difference in their communities, in their own ways… including being part of HDI Youth’s Junior Board of Directors – to discuss the state of the nation. Then, the IEC’s Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, Masego Sheburi, unpacks how the Commission is preparing itself for the elections.

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04.04.19 Pt 1 – Gareth has a lot on his mind after receiving an event invitation from the ruling party to chat to the President. Find out more on the top five news stories of the day. Then, Siya has an inspiring story of a nurse who drove 800km to help two patients for “Said By Siya”. Then, CREEP ALERT: A sexual abuser has escaped from a Gauteng prison.

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03.04.19 Pt 2 – The lawyers are fighting back on the Leaving Neverland revelations, and some holes are now appearing in the stories of the accusers. The new petrol price increase provides another example of where the state is looking to steal from the public, and Jessie Duarte really doesn’t like journalists. An anti-vegan protest gets very messy, then clairvoyant Aida Persian delves into her readings to tell you more about South Africa’s political parties.

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03.04.19 Pt 1 – The show kicks off with a stab at the imperial system, and moves on to the power of appearance and what this means in the workplace. Gord and Ben take a live bet on Julius Malema’s take on xenophobia and racism, which goes as expected. Then into your latest news and sport stories, plus Siya’s positive take on the world.

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02.04.19 Pt 2 – Some April Fool’s jokes done by brands haven’t gone down too well with the public. Leigh-Ann has the rundown on these, and other news stories. The team wrap their heads around a grandmother who gave birth to her own granddaughter. Confusing? Listen in to find out more. And this week’s Blind History focuses on Julius Ceasar, who’s become more myth than man, and his actual story is as fascinating as the stories told in fiction.

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02.04.19 Pt 1 – Siya has a scandal on his hands! He’s just found out one of his high school teachers is doing porn. Hear all about this saucy story. Halala, Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the ACM party! Catch the day’s biggest current affairs stories before another edition of Smart Driving – this week, focusing on knowing your rights when pulled over in a roadblock, fines, after a crash, involved in a hit and run, involved in a hijacking and more.

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