Cyril Ramaphosa came face to face with the reality that women in South Africa deal with, regarding violence and sexual abuse. A crazy Japanese game show concept, Gordon Ramsay to intervene on Jamie Oliver’s failing restaurants, and the man behind the incredibly popular Whisky Live, Ken Varejes comes into studio. George Mienie then wraps up the week with the latest from the world of cars.

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Life started with the spoken word, and it shall forever be what takes us forward. Gareth shares some fascinating insights like this and many more from his time at the Discovery Leadership Summit. It all boils down to shaking the pessimistic hold that dogs us, and how we still have control of our realities. Then the latest in news and sport to start your weekend.

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Old songs have become really inappropriate nowadays when you consider #MeToo. HHP’s wife delivers a moving speech in remembrance of the late rapper, a call around how metered cab drivers intimidate Uber drivers. Then, into The Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s and a whole lot of stories from moose poop products, to the Dros rapist, the Queen stepping down and more.

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Gareth is excited about attending the Discovery Leadership Summit, and all the amazing speakers on the lineup for it. Ben questions the value of Crooked Hillary on the bill though, then Gareth moves onto the biggest thing threatening humans in the future. Labiaplasty and then the latest news and sport stories, plus Siya’s positivity feature.

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Zolani Mahola from Freshlyground is making the bold move into solo projects, and is looking to team up with Goldfish out in the US. Gareth chats to her about this venture, and how you can help her make it a reality. Keeping up with the Markles reveals a reality show in the works, a caller has an interesting sports question for Ben, then the latest from the AlphaCode entrepreneurial programme and the winners that have been hand picked for their brilliance.

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Gareth has been having weird dreams, most significantly about Tina Turner. Nolo tries to interpret what they mean, and fails miserably. Siya’s singing is again reviewed, which is fitting for Halloween. Some listener emails and the Clintons coming to South Africa… then the latest in your news and sport, plus your positivity feature with Siya.

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With a career spanning more than two decades, Romy Titus has many stories and lessons to share with Gareth and the team. Her childhood in Namibia, her early broadcast years, and highlights she’s experienced at work are just some of the topics she touches. And now, as a qualified doula and founder of non-profit organisation, ‘Babies Behind Bars’ (that provides mothers in prisons with essentials like clothing, food, educational toys, nappies and infant formula), she also tells the shocking realities of mothers in South African prisons.

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Ben is having a tough time of things as someone is trying to black mirror him online. But that isn’t the end of his troubles though. Dr Phil has unearthed some more crazies who identify as people other than whom they are, 50 Cent’s epic trolling of Ja Rule, and Gauteng’s major problem with following road rules. Robyn from Lifestyle Home Garden then comes by for the last time in 2018 to talk all things Christmas.

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It’s a happy Halloween eve with Gareth, Ben and Siya in studio. Gareth however is looking ahead to MCing at an ex’s wedding. Is this strange? Well a study suggests people who remain friends with their exes are psychopaths. The latest in news headlines, sport, and Siya with a positive story to share.

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It’s the week of Halloween, and with that a new thing for people to be offended by. Bill Maher breaks it all down in a fascinating monologue that Gareth shares with great enthusiasm. Male versus female bullying, and the differences between the two. Then Gadget Gal, Clare Petra Matthes comes into studio to talk about how AI could play a big role in preventing bullying, and encourage kindness online.

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