While Ben is away from the show on golfing duties, the rest of the team ask themselves why they never really got into the sporting spirit much. Could Gareth love sport more if Argentina was more involved? Why did Mabale’s father abandon her on a golf course? And yet, Siya simply wants more music incorporated in matches. Then, the team take a look at the daily updates before discussing pastors who justify why they need to fly on private planes.

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In 2017 a cutting edge video streaming app called VOOV made its way onto the South African entertainment landscape. Head of VOOV, Tramayne Monaghan, joins Gareth in studio to tell the story of how it all started, how the channel continues to grow, and the unique attractions that it offers to viewers and contributors.

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Roseanne Barr has a ‘racist meltdown’ on twitter, and with that ABC had to fire her and end her hit TV show. Is this the norm now? Does social media dictate how business operates nowadays? The latest from the Jason Rohde murder case, Morgan Freeman reading 50 Shades of Grey, and a game that allows you to shoot up a school. Jamie Foxx reveals his struggles in dating, then Tramayne Monaghan from VOOV talks about how this new video streaming app is taking user generated content to a new level in South Africa.

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Gareth finally comes to terms with how much he loves Cardi B. The intricacies of the adolescent brain, and the power of changing someone’s mind. Mabz then has your latest news, Ben on the sport, and Siya wraps up the first hour with his positivity feature.

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Stoan first came into our lives as a member of Bongo Maffin in the 1990s, as the band really helped put kwaito on the map. The band is now back in studio for the first time since 2005 recording new material, but Gareth and Stoan sit down to explore other areas of his life. From meeting Michael Jackson with Madiba, to his current presenting gigs on radio and TV, Stoan is a busy man who also balances a family and his 4020 Phenomenon foundation – looking to create social change for future generations.

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Singer and songwriter Jethro Tait is someone very much on the up and up in the music industry. Someone who cut his teeth performing on cruise ships, then with a local boy band, he has now signed to Universal and is doing incredible things. He wows the team in studio with a little live performance, while sharing some insights into his life in music.

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Is Jay-Z making up the numbers around music streaming service Tidal? It would seem so, but should we really be surprised? The question of monogamy is an age-old one, Gareth has some interesting views on this though after watching a Netflix show. Another show causing some controversy for the company, then musician Jethro Tait comes into studio to share some stories and songs.

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Is the Morgan Freeman sexual harassment case a mountain that should be just a molehill? The team have some audio on the matter and discuss the merits of the argument. Mabz then brings you the latest from the world of news, Ben covers the sport highlights, then Siya has a heartwarming story in his daily positivity feature.

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South Africa’s many unique and diverse stories make it a hotbed of movie potential. The local film Nommer 37 explores this in the ganglands of the Cape Flats, but not in a way you expect. Gareth chats to Nosipho (writer and director) and Irshaad (lead actor) about the compelling plot, and the journey the production took to get to the screen.

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Should you discipline your child by hitting them? A case from a Midrand school suggests not, but there is more to the story than originally thought. An Italian family is being taken to court over the name of their child, a devout christian porn star says God is okay with her profession, then Nosipho Dumisa and Irshaad Ally join the team to talk about the new movie Nommer 37.

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