A wet start to the week outside the studio, but nothing will dampen the spirits of the team who recap a very interesting weekend. Gareth finally watched Black Panther, plus the new Billions which presents an interesting dinner story. An unnecessarily long discussion on milking cows, alternative entrepreneurship, Amal Clooney and then into your news, sports, finance and Siya’s positivity feature.
TV personality, businesswomen and actress Lorna Maseko joins Gareth for an interesting catch up. She has just had the pleasure of experiencing the world’s largest cruise ship, something she says has to be seen to be believed. She also talks about single life, how her friend Bonang is getting on, and how she is loving life in general right now.
Mabz brings you some interesting stories to head into the weekend ranging from Roman Polanski to an interesting new smoking bill that could be very awkward for smokers. Ben reminds you its Mother’s Day weekend in a very unique way, then the life and times of Percy Montgomery. Lorna Maseko then comes into studio to chat to Gareth about her time on the world’s biggest cruise ship and what else is happening with her right now. Then George Mienie wraps things up from the world of motoring.
Gord joins Ben and Mabz to get your Friday started. They talks about your social cred having a lot to do nowadays around what jokes and content you share online. Ben is excited about a new TV show, Deadpool 2 is finally making its way to cinemas, then some Warren Buffet before your news, sport and latest lifestyle feature with Lifestyle Home Garden.
Ten years ago Rosie Motene embarked on a journey of self discovery. In the process she began to document her life experiences and attempted to tackle some of her inner demons and personal issues, which she’s now released in her autobiography ‘Reclaiming The Soil – A Black Girl’s struggle to find her African self’. Gareth discusses the cultural confusion and emotional roots that have made up her new offering.
There is very little good news in politics, especially in South Africa. Justice Malala knows how to bring you the biggest news though, and it’s a fiery mix as always on The Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. It’s an action-packed edition this week as Justice piles into a multitude of political points to ponder. Then finally, the world’s most powerful people according to Forbes.
Dr Phil interviews a girl who wants more money to live as her mom works all the time, but that is the tip of the iceberg to this story. Some constructive criticism from a listener looking for greater journalistic input and Gareth discusses how you get evaluated when you board a flight. Mabz then on the news, Ben with the sport, then onto Siya with the positivity for the day.
Do you have an unhealthy relationship with money? Mabz takes you through a few common cases out there, and what to look out for before they become a reality. A woman’s runny nose is actually leaking brain fluid, Gareth recaps his whirlwind trip to London which included an unforgettable wedding. Sylvester Stallone is still alive, and perhaps returning as John Rambo, then your chance to win a car and free fuel with the Elegant Group.
With it being such a scandalous story, the team couldn’t help but look back at Ntandazo’s new venture on the gay dating app, Grindr. In an instance that seems too good to be true, Ben feels bad for Justin Bieber before a look at the news, cryptocurrency, sport, and positivity.
The evolution of musician Nakhane is one that fascinates Gareth. Hot off the heels of his European tour and the saga surrounding ‘Inxeba: The Wound’, Nakhane shares some of the lessons he’s had to learn recently – from how fearless he is, individualism, and what he’s dubbed “the ego of heterosexuality”… he opens up in this thought-provoking interview.