Celebrated author Donna Rachelson joins Gareth, and has much to share about issues in the South African workplace as well as gender equality. The woman’s role in the workplace is changing, and as a branding and marketing specialist, Donna shares some fascinating insights.

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Celebrated author Donna Rachelson joins Gareth, and has much to share about issues in the South African workplace as well as gender equality. The woman’s role in the workplace is changing, and as a branding and marketing specialist, Donna shares some fascinating insights. Moving to a lighter note, Ben’s ManLines and the unNews wraps things up.

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Malema is all smiles, Mabale’s news has more, along with some Oscar news and how ships could provide some much needed electricity solutions. Michael is off to Oppikoppi this weekend, so Gareth chats to the organisers to find out if he will survive this “life changing experience”. Oh, and Macy Gray is singing about vibrators nowadays.

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Gareth gets stuck in traffic, Ben and Mabz start the show by discussing their medical issues. To welcome Gareth on his arrival, Ben shares some of the best ‘Dick’ names of all time before providing his usual frank take on the sport. The petrol price has just dropped, so Anthea Gardner gives her take in The Daily Money Shot.

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What’s good on TV? Jared Orlin from Tvplus magazine joins the team to discuss the biggest shows and what to look out for. João Mathews from The Phootball Show limps in, literally. He recently had a nasty car crash, but thankfully Gareth gets him to open up on some happier things before rounding things up with the unNews.

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Mabale starts the news with a story about whites forming their own entrepreneurial group, something that leads to an interesting call where Gareth and a listener get into an ‘enthusiastic’ racism debate. Fibre is coming into our lives in SA, but is it fully accessible? Gareth chats to someone with all the answers before Michael tries to call Donald Trump.

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Hair today, better hair tomorrow. Michael starts a big hair debate by arriving to studio wearing an alice band, which leads to a voyage into braids and Jeremy Maggs’s weight. Ben’s sport covers all kinds of things including him suggesting he should be the next FIFA president, with Anthea wrapping things up with The Daily Money Shot.

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Dr Dean Allen, author, lecturer and historian, has written a wonderful book – ‘War & Cricket in South Africa’. The book talks about the role cricket played in South African history. Gareth touches on some of the highlights of the book, and just how the English used the game around the world.

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