Lobola in this day and age… does it have a place? From a feminist perspective Lobola should be out of place in our society as it gives a particular gender preferential treatment. Can we as a society plainly accept it because “it’s tradition”, or have traditions been wrong a million times before? This also brings up a more important question of how we can merge customary traditions in this new world. Is it possible or should we let it go? Moreover, what makes some women more valuable than others?

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The guys talk about Julius Malema… the man, the myth, the legend. With the controversy stirred up in the latest parliamentary sitting, they look into the vision behind what this man is doing and saying. Could he be the answer we are waiting for? Or is he just making noise?

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The guys talk fitness with Thobani Moyo and Christopher Diamond. Having just entered a bodybuilding competition, Thobani is reaching new heights with his achievements. Learn what it takes to be a champion!

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With it being the first day of spring and a change in the show’s time slot, what topic could be more appropriate than how we as a society deal with change… with all the political upheaval and change of direction the country is taking. The guys ask whether this is the necessary change and if South Africa is ready for the change that needs to happen for us to be truly equal. Because the change will be drastic and many may not be willing or ready.

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The guys speak about the institution of marriage. Is it outdated? Can two people love each other unconditionally without signing a piece of paper to prove it? What are the implications of a non-legal lifetime bond? Also, what does it mean to come from a broken home? Is the “white picket fence, 2 kids and a dog” the only way to raise successful children?

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There seems to have been a cosmic shift in consciousness throughout the planet. People are far more aware of the atrocities of the past and the mistakes that we as human beings have made. The internet has played a big role in the global discussion about the world we live in. It seems to be the keeper of our consciousness now. What would we do if we could start over? Knowing what we know now. Mark Mdluli sits down and has a discussion with international exchange, social science, students based at Wits University, to gather perspectives from all over the world.

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Mark catches up with Rehab (otherwise known as Reabetsoe Sesele). The guys have two special guests. The first is Cardo, a rapper with the illest flow… find out about his new ‘Squad’ and the video behind it. There’s also a special kind of funny in the room with Felicity Spitfire – a drag comedian whose leaves everyone in stitches.

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The guys have musical guests Bingo Nthombeni and Andy Swan perform a live duet in studio. They also get to know them, and the shows they perform on the Joburg nightlife.

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It’s a bundle of laughs in studio, from Savanna Comics Choice Newcomer of the Year nominee Ebeneazer Dibakwane… to The Couch Ninja (also a comedian if the name didn’t give it away) and Isuru Jinasena. All up and coming, all hilarious! What does the future of South African comedy look like? Well here it is.

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The guys talk about the existence of God. Is it possible that only one religion is right? Is it possible that we even have a God at all? The team breaks it down with a mystery guest and intellectual ‘Rookie’. Surely, you must believe in something.

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