South African women continue to use dangerous skin lightening products‚ decades after tests confirmed that some ingredients cause chronic side-effects. Some chemicals commonly used to bleach skin have been banned, and yet they still find their way into the hands of consumers in South Africa. The motivation driving the practice is often the desire to lighten one’s skin because of a perceived notion of increased privileges‚ higher social standing‚ better employment, and increased marital prospects associated with lighter skin. This perception‚ coupled with influential marketing strategies from transnational cosmetic houses using iconic celebrities‚ increases the allure for women primarily‚ but also increasingly‚ men. The guys ask the question… is it right to make yourself light?

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The guys are joined by one of South Africa’s fastest growing young media personalities, who is doing very well for herself. Mbali Nkosi signed under the label Mabala Noise as a presenter, actress and more. The show discusses the positive and negative impacts social media has on relationships.

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The guys hang out with Celeste Khumalo who is doing great things in her career. The show narrates Celeste’s journey from nothing to something as she shares her secrets about how she moved from zero to hero.

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The guys discuss the skills and tools of consistency as we draw closer to the end of the year. Many people this time of the year are tired and fatigued with very low motivation. The show unpacks how you can finish off 2017 on a high note. They also speak about the need to stay alert and hungry for progress and success in all areas of life.

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The gents are joined in studio by actress, Tessa Twala. They talk about everything from social media stereotypes to relationships that are truly Unplugged. Expect one LIT conversation!

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Along with special guest Fifi Cooper, the guys discuss important habitual characteristics that one needs to have in order to overcome demotivation in pursuit of goals, achievements or success… guided by the notion that “nothing in life comes easy, hard work pays off”. As the end of 2016 approaches, the guys share some of their personal setbacks, and helpful tips on how to come back from them. They ask the question, what do you do in times of hardship, tough times or setbacks?

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Together with guest Gigi Lamayne, the guys look at some of the critical monopolies, struggles and social conundrums related to gender affiliations in our modern time. They ask controversial questions to learn and understand gender issues and relationships. Is there such a thing as gender equality in the workplace? Phumza and Ralph pop in to talk about the BBQ Awards, aimed at acknowledging young, upcoming businesses doing well. Plus of course there’s the #UnpluggedAchiever of the Week.

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Nadia Nakai joins the team as they look at critical issues that tackle socio-economic challenges in South Africa. They discuss both the positive and negative doings and impacts. After more than two decades of democracy, do the African youth have equal opportunities to construct a future that is bright and prosperous for themselves and their family? What are some of the solutions going forward? Plus a look at the #UnpluggedAchievers of the Week.

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If money didn’t exist, what life would you live? The guys delve into a discussion around #FeesMustFall and the role entitlement plays, while also focusing on what part each of us play in creating the solution. It’s all about #UnpluggedSolutions #UnpluggedConversations… all on the #UnpluggedRadioShow.

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Ever wondered how you can make millions while doing and enjoying your passion? The guys have great musically acclaimed guests who share their inspirational stories within the music industry and how they have managed to make a living out of it. The show unpacks the various challenges, hardships, opportunities and perks of the music industry and how you can make millions.

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