The secret ballot is going to go ahead in parliament, but does this mean anything is going to change or is the ANC just going to keep doing what suits them? The lunar eclipse, Gareth is feeling rather useless at the moment work-wise, and the ANC MP who hit a woman in ‘Women’s Month’ is causing a stir. News, sport and finance from there.

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Chiropractor Kate Phillips comes into studio to straighten the team out, well Ben and Gareth at least as the rest have touch issues. Kate talks about the importance of posture and alignment, and how we stray from where we should be with the stresses and strains of everyday life. Get the rundown of Ben’s pelvis getting sorted out, and Gareth’s elbow being assessed.

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South Africa are running out of whaates. At an alarming rate too as Mabz points out from recent stats. Bonang’s new book is causing quite a stir, errors and all. The Henri van Breda trial kicks back into action, Gareth plays the Chicken Attack song and Mabz loses her mind. Shia LeBeouf is still firmly off the rails, Rich Mulholland returns for the latest edition of The Reality Check and Gareth has all kinds of good news headlines to make you feel better.

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It’s Women’s Month, something that Gareth finds somewhat pathetic and patronizing. Siya went on a hot date with an older man over the weekend, while Gareth watched YouTube videos of ISIS soldiers getting blown up. Amanda is worried she is getting old and Ben gets into a debate with Gareth over the importance of sport. Mabz is back on the news, Ben on the sport, and Anthea with the finance.

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Gareth chats with Topaz Page-Green, founder and president of The Lunchbox Fund. Founded back in 2005, they create more than 2.6 million meals a year benefitting underprivileged, orphaned and at-risk schoolchildren. Learn how this is possible before the teams works into the weekend by catching up with Dave Levinsohn.

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Justice Malala is back for the Burning Platform and jumps straight into the secret ballot issue coming up in parliament. The ANC are never going to vote against the ANC, but Justice has some interesting insights around this. Zuma will leave on his own terms of course, but then who is looking good to succeed him at the moment?

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Siya starts the day with a hearty breakfast of marshmallows, instantly incurring the judgement of Ben. Gareth then sings along to an old song before attacking people who moan about relationships. Mabz is still away, but the news carries on plus the sport and finance as usual.

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Dion Chang certainly sees the world in a different way to most. Often referred to as a futurist, he prefers the term ‘professional cage rattler’. Nobody understands and adapts with global trends quite like Dion, something that Gareth harnesses for an informed discussion across a variety of topics from driverless cars, innovative currencies and the future of retail.

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Ben and Siya review Gareth’s driving after he took them to an event near the studio. ICASA makes some strides around expensive data in South Africa, Queen Elizabeth’s drinking routine, Prince Philip’s life of tireless and selfless service, why you mustn’t retire, and more on why this is the best time to be a human. Wardah Hartley joins the team in studio to catch up on what is new in her life as part of the new #BranNewDay feature with Kellogg’s.

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Gareth is in a far better mood, kicking the show off with birthday discussions. He reports back on a variety of feedback from his latest rant about South Africa, Bedfordview and the new show featuring life out there, then in the absence of Mabz again the guys unpack the big news stories. Ben on the sport, and Anthea on finance from there.

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