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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Art is everywhere, in clothes, music, paintings and also on skin. The guys chat to the members of Cool Soweto Ink – a young group of tattoo artists based in Soweto. We find out more about the intricacies of tattoo art, the botched tattoos as well as the social stigma attached with body art.

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Mark Mdluli flies solo and speaks about the latest stories to come out over the last week – including the incredible speech by Jesse Williams at the BET Awards and the Black Lives Matter movement. He also dives into why we as humans value material objects to such a large extent.

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The guys learn all about the fashion industry. Guests Ndu and Lebo chat about a winter collection that transcends boundaries… Blossom is the name and it’s making waves.

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This week on the show the guys have two special guests – local band Last Chance Seattle, as well as comedian Deep Fried Man, in light of their Youth Day concert.

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Up-and-coming actor Tshepo Maluleke chats to the guys about the ins and outs of the acting industry. From the silver screen to Hollywood Boulevard… how the art form is generally misunderstood and what it takes to be Idris Elba or Will Smith.

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