Take a listen to the biggest news stories… from George Zimmerman being back in the headlines to First Lady Melania Trump’s new platform. Then, the team get chatting around a new South African TV show that’s got their attention: ‘No Excuses, Pay Your Papgeld’. And to round things off, actor Kevin Hart just got betrayed by his best friend of 15 years – the story is much saucier than this, listen to Siya’s retelling of it here.
It’s been a while since Siya has given an update on his dating life… brace yourself as he lets loose on what’s been going on. Right before the news, sports, cryptocurrency update and ‘Said By Siya’, a listener gets frank about earning money from sex.
The team take a look at the news, but Ben gets side-tracked by Cardi B. As if we didn’t judge the Jackson family enough, now it seems LaToya could be a 61-year-old virgin. And continuing with CliffCentral.com’s birthday celebrations, the team announces a giveaway to mark our fourth birthday.
It’s the Monday edition of the #GCS… while Gareth is in London, the team kick the week off by looking at the weekend that was. Ben went on a couple’s retreat, Siya visited an old age home, and Mabale chilled! Hear all about that, a ranking of the best Marvel superheroes, and your morning updates here too.
Candice, Craig and Job from the Urban Culture Drive team join Gareth in studio to talk about their show and the diverse personalities that make up their crew. They are currently standing in for Arye Kellman on CliffCentral, but they are so much more than just a replacement team.
Gareth shares a special Friday exorcism for you, and introduces you to the ‘incredible’ Bob Larson. Government Ministers’ spending comes into question after Malusi Gigaba’s wife’s travel expenses are exposed. Speaking of easy money, King Goodwill Zwelithini is getting more – which further questions his position in modern society. Are your friends really your friends? Gareth then introduces you to the Urban Culture Drive team, and George Mienie wraps things up on the latest from the world of cars.
The team get off to a late start as they are somehow locked out of the studio. The New Zealand prime minister triggers Gareth into an interesting rant of sorts, Mabz is nowhere to be found but it’s on with the news, sport, the latest in cryptocurrency, and then Siya’s positivity kick for the day.
With a successful, colourful career that spans decades, Mam’Sibongile Khumalo has taken up the task of celebrating the life of Bra Hugh Masekela in a new show at the Joburg Theatre. She chats to Gareth about this exclusive performance alongside Thandiswa Mazwai, before getting into growing up in a musical family and her journey in the music industry. The legend who self-admittedly eavesdrops on conversations on Facebook, also explains why she strives for excellence not perfectionism, what awards mean to her, her advice for young talent and so much more.
Should we have known about Bill Cosby and his sexual antics before the time? Well the signs were there, as Gareth explains with some old clips. Justice Malala then gets into the hot seat with another episode of the Burning Platform – brought to you by Nando’s. The same old stuff during the May Day celebrations, what SA has done with freedom, the ANC’s troubles with the North West, and even Kanye West’s take on slavery. Justice and team discuss it all here.
Do you do the whole summer/winter wardrobe? Gareth talks about his hatred for the winter months, but they work for Mabz. Old songs and their dodgy lyrics that wouldn’t be tolerated today, the problem with retirement and then into your news, sport and daily dose of Siya.