In this episode, JJ Cornish informs us about what’s currently happening in Africa. He starts off by talking about two small countries, Somaliland and Taiwan, that have decided to become friends with each other... and why China and Somalia are highly upset about it. Find out why the Eastern and Western DRC are so different, plus JJ shares his thoughts about Twitter having its headquarters in Ghana. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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08.04.21 Pt 1 - The lady who usually runs things behind the scenes, Simphiwe Mthethwa joins the team to add a bit of her giggles to the mix. China seems to be going through interesting nice life problems... and Gareth gives some unorthodox advice.

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Live from his studio, George Mienie chats to the team about the latest news in the motoring industry. The China military bans Tesla EVs over security fears. To avoid being arrested over the Easter holiday, George suggests that you pay your fines early. And a young Joburg entrepreneur aims to build SA's first electric bakkie. Powered by AutoTrader.

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26.03.21 Pt 2 - The team just can’t seem to get enough of the phase “Don’t be suspicious, don’t be suspicious”. The internet allows the team to let loose and pull some ugly faces. Shot... Gareth shares some of his knowledge about shotguns and other guns.

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18.03.21 Pt 1 - The funeral of the late King Zwelithini sparks a discussion between Gareth and Siya about cultural funeral rituals. Meghan Markle presidency rumours manage to get the guys talking about her and her husband again. Jeepers creepers, are we ready for the Chinese era?

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15.03.21 Pt 2 - “Please pass the soda” and “Welcome back to my channel” said in an American accent might be the new normal for the kids of today. Leigh-Ann sings her favourite 'Don’t be Suspicious' song. If you earn above R5000, guess what - you are in the top 40% of rich South Africans!

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Racial politics are a hot topic this morning as Phumi states that there are too many white men in one particular party. Playing the blame game seems to be second nature when it comes to our politicians. Do we have a toxic relationship when it comes to corporate and government? Hermann Pretorius - head of Strategic Initiatives at the IRR - shares his thoughts on the current state of the nation. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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18.02.21 Pt 2 - Did we somehow manage to export loadshedding to a first world country? Herman Pretorius wishes that viral stupidity can just go back from where it comes from. Is it truly inconvenient to become a politician? Are we on the verge of a technological war for information?

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Are we taking too long to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine? With a declining economy, how much worse must it get before it gets better? Maybe it’s time to admit that many South Africans might be addicted to the ANC. Leading the conversation this week is Lecturer at the Central University of Technology, debater and socio-political analyst, Leeto "Briggar" Nthoba, and Gabriel Crouse - writer and analyst at the Institute of Race Relations (IRR). Brought to you by Nando’s.

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04.02.21 Pt 2 - Instead of pipelines, politicians will give you pipe dreams. Why are we not hearing from Trump, is it because he no longer has Twitter? Plus some constructive criticism from a GCS listener.

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