Roxy Burger has been working since she was a child. A legit child star who has developed continually in the entertainment industry, she is now enjoying her thirties and all that it presents. Gareth talks to her about what she is up to right now, marriage, monogamy, being your own boss, her recent whirlwind trip to New York and so much more.

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The issue of depression is on the rise, but does this mean people are actually worse off mentally nowadays? Rachel Dolezal is still trying to convince people she is black and Suge Knight provides more clarity around the death of Tupac. Tumi Voster then comes into the studio to talk about what she’s up to and her life in music.

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Never a dull day in South Africa, a ratings downgrade and an earth tremor. Turbulent times indeed, with the team discussing the various talking points right now to bring you to the forefront of what is going on. Mabz has more in the news, Ben tries to lighten the mood in the sport, then Anthea elaborates on the sorry state of current finance.

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There is revolution in the air in South Africa right now, something that isn’t new to its history. Shamim Meer, daughter of Fatima Meer, joins Gareth in studio to talk about her mother’s life, and what she gave to fight against oppression. The team then discusses movements in the world of radio, and how amazing the new CliffCentral website is.

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It’s time to make a political change in South Africa, but how is it going to be done? The team talks about the upcoming march against the rotten president, the pros and cons, and what can be done. Jules from the Dagga Couple brings you up to speed about the latest ruling allowing you to use marijuana in your own home now in South Africa. The Fast and Furious potential insurance claims total, and Rich Mulholland returns with the Reality Check.

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Gareth and Ben run into each at an outdoor party and things turn a little upside down for one of them. Siya campaigns for brother of the year, only to get an unexpected surprise from his visiting sister. Then Mabz talks new hair, and avoids commenting on her weekend. News, sport and finance for your Monday from there.

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What happens when a trio of international comedians grace our studios? A whole lot of laughs! Franco-British Eric Lampaert, Nigerian Basketmouth and Russian Igor Meerson chat to Gareth about the business of comedy and all that comes with it. Find out how they deal with dying on stage and some eventful encounters with hecklers. And why are they all now finding themselves in South Africa? They chat about that too.

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Gareth has more on the immediate implications of Zuma’s reshuffle, and the future looting of state funds. South Korea are taking a stand against their corrupt leader, Gareth goes through some interesting listener mails, Mabz then debunks a whole lot of movie myths… then Justice Malala steps with a special reshuffle edition of the Burning Platform.

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Gareth and the team pick up the pieces after the Zupta Cabinet reshuffle. Why certain people have been moved into certain positions and the strategy behind it, and how this confirms what the ANC are about from here on in. Along with this, get the latest news headlines, sport, and the fragile finance.

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Shannon, a grade 10 high school pupil, shadows the team for the day. Then, CEO of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) Khathutshelo Ramukumba discusses the groundbreaking work he’s partaking in, including the upcoming South African Youth Awards, implementing necessary social change, and reducing expenditure.

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