The Unplugged Radio Show discusses an interesting concept to inspire you to get yourself into gear for the year 2017. The guys discuss preparation, pro-action and action as some of the key principles to a successful work ethic.

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It’s #Back2School & #Back2Work week and most of us are still gearing up for 2017. Weza Matomane is joined by Simphiwe Petros and Vaughn Thiel to discuss how we can change the game by changing the way we think.

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Have you ever asked where all the time went after a busy month or week? Making the most of every day, every week, every month and eventually every year can really propel you to great achievements. Weza Matomane is joined by Miss Pretoria 2016, Tumelo Matela, as they talk about how to get geared up for greatness in the new year.

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On the last show for the year most of the guys are out of town, but Vaughn is joined by hip-hop sensation Shane Eagle and Neo to discuss taking out the trash in 2016 and making waves in 2017. It went down in a real way!

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The Unplugged & InCharge boys host a special holiday season breakfast show. They recap on what has been happening this year (2016) and projecting what 2017 might have to offer. They discuss romantics and their ideal partners, and whether their careers or potential families would come first.

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The guys chat about the various ways to revitalise yourself in December in real Unplugged style… not everyone can take a holiday and not everyone wants to. However, it is vital to recharge yourself before the new year kicks in, because if the beginning of 2017 is anything like the beginning of 2016, we’re going to need as much energy as possible!

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It’s another thought-provoking show as they reflect on the ups and downs of the year 2016. Well-known speakers and motivators normally speak about starting well and finishing off well – as we reach the end of this year, the guys talk about the art of consistency in the midst of fatigue and demotivation.

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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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