This week's edition of The Burning Platform sees Justice Malala look at the Chinese state visit to South Africa, Julius Malema attacking the Mandelas, an update on the textbook case in Limpopo and so much more with Gareth Cliff and the team. Siya has a bit of an "Inception" moment. Mabale brings the news which includes the deadliest shooting in the US since Sandy Hook and the Turkish President wanting to jail someone after feeling insulted.

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That end of year feeling is well and truly setting in with the team talking Christmas decorations to start the show. Tyson Fury, the new world heavyweight boxing champion, is still in the news but this gets overshadowed by Gareth getting into a fight with the equipment again. Ben is badly hungover but still delivers the sport, and Martin is in for Anthea on The Money Shot.

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Holistic healing vs medical science, where do you stand on this? Dr Jonathan Witt and crystal healers Juan Odendal and Janita Singh join Gareth Cliff and team to discuss their beliefs and why they are equally passionate about them.

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Holistic healing versus medical science, where do you stand on this? Dr Jonathan Witt and crystal healers Juan Odendal and Janita Singh join Gareth Cliff and team to discuss their beliefs and why they are equally passionate about them. Both sides speak about the attention devoted to patients and time taken during sessions and what medicine actually does.

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Mark Zuckerberg is in the news with his latest philanthropic venture, the team chats about what he’s been up to. Mabale also dishes on the “condom challenge” trend and how Stellenbosch University is considering replacing English with Afrikaans as the primary language of education. Then, Gareth opens up on his Breaking Bad addiction, courtesy of ShowMax.

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The show kicks off with looking back at CliffCentral.com's exclusive screening of 'Victor Frankenstein'. The Pikitup strike is gaining momentum and its effect is being felt, the team chats about this as well as analysing Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's comments about sugar daddies.

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Author of the new novel 'An Empty Coast', Tony Park joins Gareth and the team to discuss his latest offering, detailing his interesting background from Australia and what goes into writing 12 successful books. Then, vocalist J’Something and trumpeter Mo-T, members from the award-winning group Mi Casa, join the conversation as the final #AramisBlack ambassadors.

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Vocalist J’Something and trumpeter Mo-T, members of the award-winning group Mi Casa, join Gareth Cliff and the team as the final #AramisBlack ambassadors. These home-grown talents chat about collaborating with various musicians and even making the hit 'Sugar' with Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

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Author of the new novel 'An Empty Coast', Tony Park, discusses his latest offering based in Namibia. The former reporter, press secretary and PR consultant details his interesting background from Australia to now calling South Africa home.

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Journalist and social media commentator Gabi Mbele chimes in on the controversy surrounding Mzansi Magic's 'Our Perfect Wedding' and how it has alleged normalised rape due to a 14 year age gap between a taxi driver and a then school girl in a relationship.

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