2020 will soon be behind us, and with the possible exceptions of Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, nobody will be sad to see the back of it. But if, like me, you absolutely cannot spend another minute talking about vaccines, masks or curfews, then what I’m about to tell you will (hopefully) feel like something fresh...

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2020 was a year that no one could have predicted. Plagued by the Coronavirus and subsequent disruptions to our daily lives and the global economy, it was extremely difficult to stay on course. In this season finale, Waterfall Management Company’s CEO Willie Vos, and CEO of Attacq, Melt Hamman, look back at how world-class business leadership, unwavering passion and careful planning allowed Waterfall to not only endure, but to accomplish incredible things despite the pandemic. They also look at what lies ahead in 2021.

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Every year I write something hopeful, something that I wish would help just one person who reads it to have something to reach for in the new year. This has been such a tumultuous year that it almost feels like I need to reconsider everything, even my parting shot for 2020. But have no fear, there’s enough inspiration to go round, even after an annus horribilis like this. I’ll start with the things that have kept me going this year, that have given my life meaning, and perhaps they will strike a chord with something in your life...

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05.11.20 Pt 1 - Is there any point in being rich in an awful country? What is the actual point of the Zondo Commission? Blood donation is unlike any good relationship - you have to be able to deal with massive pricks for it to be successful. How did your mom find out that you are sexually active? Jacob Zuma is ill again and he just can't make it to court. One of the British princes had coronavirus... yes yes we know, who cares!

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28.10.20 Pt 2 - It's important to credit the correct people when you enjoy a new TV series. Trying to see your aged parents during a pandemic is like arranging a prison visit. Is it worth keeping people around just because they are highly entertaining? Women can pee standing up now... Damon tells us how.

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28.10.20 Pt 1 - Can Siya replace Katlego on those insurance ads? If you touch yourself while on a video call, just make sure the camera is angled correctly. Does leaving your teaspoon in your mug while you drink your tea make you uncultured? And Damon and Gareth have another fight.

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The Internet isn’t real life. Look, I’m, sure you know this already, but let’s all take a minute in what has been a very difficult year, to take stock of our lives. Thanks to Covid, for many people the Internet is the only kind of social activity they’ve had. It’s frighteningly unhealthy and you must do everything you can to break free before you lose your soul online. That may sound dramatic, but the evidence of mental and emotional breakdown is there for everyone to see. Don’t let it happen to you. Here are the twelve online commandments...

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Gareth Cliff tackles the mask debate with Odette van der Haar, Bev Wium, Dr Mark Human and Nick Hudson. Plus insights from traditional healer Dr Sylvester Mkwambani Hlati, and HumanProgress.Org's Marian Tupy.

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How does one collate data when the governments of the world are hellbent on lockdowns as the only solution to solving a global pandemic? Has the gathering of data been transparent globally? Is the function of WHO to scare people so that they change their behaviour? How will Sweden be judged by history for not locking down? Social media can help or hinder progress... how should we navigate those waters? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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01.10.20 Pt 2 - The psychology of children in our global society needs to be taken into account when we impose policy around lockdowns. What are the actual differences in the levels of lockdown? How does one govern themselves during a global pandemic when they don't agree with state mandates around social and physical distancing?

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