Kimberley-born Thebe Ikalafeng has always enthusiastically worked towards his success today. As one of Africa’s foremost global branding authorities, advisor, and author he has had firsthand experience in seeing Africa’s growth and still tirelessly develops its potential. Hear his backstory in this conversation with Gareth, which highlights his time in the USA, bringing passion into the corporate world and the beauty and dangers of the internet. Gareth steals a moment to get some branding advice for CliffCentral.com before Thebe speaks about his intention to have his work and personal life align, rather than strive for a “work/life balance”.

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Abuse towards women and children is a dire problem that affects us all in some way. ‘Zunga’ comes into studio to tell her harrowing story of abuse and betrayal, and how she is taking back her life despite the hurt that she has suffered. This isn’t an easy interview to digest, but it is a story of new beginnings, and how the strength of a young girl can inspire others looking to take a stand against the evils of modern society.

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Bacteria warning, hundred of South Africans are getting really sick right now. This leads to some rather uncomfortable conversations and even a moment of truth on how much you would need money-wise to drink ‘fly juice’. Gucci are evading tax, LGBT violence stats in SA, and the best rated TV shows each year since 2000. 16 Days of Activism, to raise awareness around abuse of women and children then comes into the spotlight in its purest form, as ‘Zunga’ tells her harrowing story.

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Kicking off with why the days are named the way they are, the team spin a whirlwind of chat that involves deaf people, ‘friends with benefits’ advice and even cryptocurrency updates. Your latest news and sports stories from there, with Siya wrapping things up with a positive royal story.

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Professor Deidre Byrne is the Chairperson of the Unisa-Africa Girl Development Programme, launched to promote girls’ rights and highlight gender inequalities. Even now in 2017, this is more important than ever with many underage girls being forced into becoming child brides across the African continent. She shares some shocking stats with Gareth around the issue, and what the #AfricaGirlsCan campaign is looking to achieve to rectify these gender ills in society.

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Cape Town is now considering a drought levy, such is the disaster that they continue to live through. Changing your name after getting married… what happens when marrying a royal? Plus the unlawful appropriation of funds and mismanagement around Madiba’s funeral. Professor Deirdre Byrne, chairperson of the Unisa-Africa Girl Development Programme then drops by to talk about the shocking stats around underage marriage, and how child brides are forced into unhealthy unions across the African continent.

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What would be the worst possible job for your personality? The team grapple with this question as being an undertaker somehow comes up in conversation. A great theme for a restaurant, not working with other people, and Makhosi Khoza has a new ANCish logo for her party. Your top news stories, sports highlights and Siya’s positivity which includes the daily 5 seconds of Christmas.

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It’s always a delight having Kate Turkington in studio. She is one of South Africa’s best-known broadcasters, travellers and travel writers. She has waltzed at dawn with a Chinese dance instructor in a Beijing square, fallen over Emperor penguins in Antarctica, lunched with a rajah in Rajasthan, and even dined with the Comrades in Cuba. Gareth catches up on her travels with her, as well as finding out more about her personal life as a mother to four grown-up children and grandmother to nine grandchildren.

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A lawyer by day, a social media activist by night, 33-year-old Wits masters student Tumi Sole has started quite an online movement in 2017. #CountryDuty is the call to action which sees South Africans bring a multitude of issues to the public eye, but what does this all mean going forward? Is Tumi political? Does the movement have a motive? Or is it simply a platform to unite South Africans to common causes?

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Tumi Sole has started quite a thing with #CountryDuty. He and Gareth discuss the impact it has had on social media, and what he intends to achieve going forward by uniting South Africans through common causes. Mabz brings you up to speed on the big issues of the day, so that means another look at Hollywood sex offenders and BitCoin billionaires.

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