26.06.19 Pt 1 – Following Gord’s recent holiday, the team tries to figure out the qualities of the ultimate travel buddy. But since it’s his triumphant return, Gord also talks about how even he felt conservative while experiencing the Red Light District. Get into the news, an inspiring story, and so much more.
25.06.19 Pt 2 – Our Let’s Be Honest feature looks at the truth behind some social niceties. It’s an hour with tons of crazy in the stories: A woman who was left asleep on a plane, the current state of Zimbabwe, Kanye West’s Sunday service and OJ Simpson’s bizarre Twitter account.
25.06.19 Pt 1 – What’s the best you’ll ever look? The team have a discussion around this, as Gareth slightly laments about his image. Siya is glad to be back on the show, after a sugar-free weekend in Durban. Leigh-Ann reckons there’s a George Clooney lookalike living in a JHB park. Get updated on the news, a crypto update and an inspiring story.
24.06.19 Pt 2 – Do you say things that you don’t mean in everyday conversation? Of course you do, and the team explores this with some well-known phrases. Nqobile calls in to discuss some ills of society that centre around young men, a cat gets caught in a washing machine, and the things you should be cleaning. Yvonne Johnston then talks marketing, and the Marketing Achievement Summit which takes place on the 27th of June.
24.06.19 Pt 1 – Contrary to general belief, Ben is not dead, and back from a week of bronchitis. Leigh-Ann burst the arsehole of moisturiser, Gugu has a foul mouth and terrible taste in pizza, plus a listener mail which takes Gareth to task. The latest in your news headlines, the lowdown from the world of sport, and Anthea on the finance.
21.06.19 Pt 2 – When last did you buy a physical CD? Why are cellphones causing humans to grow horns? Would South Africa benefit from a new city? These questions all get discussed as the team look at some of the day’s top stories. Hear from Alice Vogt and Fawn Rogers from Transplant Education for Living Legacies, as they talk about the importance of organ donors. Then, George Mienie wraps things up with his look at this week’s world of motoring.
21.06.19 Pt 1 – How’s your Friday going? The team start it off with some great music from the ‘Queen of Vagina’, so they’re having a great feeling. Gareth speaks about his radio experience at Jacaranda FM. Get a dose of the news, the new ‘Let’s Be Honest’ feature, and how millennials are helping birds in ‘Said By Siya’.
20.06.19 Pt 2 – Ahead of the second State Of the Nation Address, Gareth and Phumi invite journalist Sam Mkokeli to hash out what are some of the points we can look forward to from the President today. What is Cyril Ramaphosa’s game plan? The team analyse some of the topics they’re eyeing for a mention in parliament soon.
20.06.19 Pt 1 – Phuza Thursday kicks off with some reminiscing about old school talk radio hosts, as Gareth is actually about to be back on radio for an interview. A listener’s e-mail prompts the team to start discussing the money and effort that goes into funeral preparations. Take a listen to the news, and get a dose of a new feature: Let’s Be Honest. Siya then wraps things up with a positive story.
19.06.19 Pt 2 – This is probably the manliest hour of the #GCS in quite a while… Dave Levinsohn finally has his way and gets to hijack the sport for the morning. Somehow he gets talking about gold panning, women’s sport, what a good coach can do and team-building. Then, Dr Robyn Spring calls in to explain chemical castration to the team and even schools the team on some vagina facts.