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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22.12.20 Pt 2 - The team believes that, as we get older, we begin to feel more and more like guests every time we visit our parents’ home - and they need to be more accommodating. It seems you can't get a fishing license just to tan on the beach. Tim Richman joins the team to discuss his new book “50 People Who F****d Up South Africa”.

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As South Africa prepares for the Covid 'second wave', the ruling party has elected to limit access to beaches, potentially crippling the tourism industry. How long will the Garden Route take to recover economically from the current lockdown, and were there any options that would have limited the spread of Covid-19 without shutting down the economy? The team gives us their reasons to be optimistic for 2021. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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17.12.20 Pt 2 - Taking yourself seriously isn’t always a bad thing, but the team wonders if people sometimes take themselves far too seriously. Do people have to like each other in order to be nice, or is it possible to live in a world of mutual respect despite our differences? The team also tackles the great beach closure debate, and are convinced that this festive season will see a lot more fishermen along South Africa's coastal regions...

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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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15.12.20 Pt 1 - Johnny Mathis has the voice of an angel, but the skin of well-salted biltong. Sadiq Khan is now a man in a mask on TV... he's like Batman, but without the cool factor. If Cyril is standing, it's now clear - it's terrible news for our fellow South Africans.

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14.12.20 Pt 1 - What are you looking forward to this Christmas, and what are you grateful for? Does the possible second wave of Covid mean we shouldn't be able to get a good tan on the beaches of South Africa? Kay Burley is suspended for 6 months... and now she's going to be South Africa's problem. Have you ever met the Grim Reaper? Leigh-Ann might have, and it's some tale!

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As the South African government clamps down on high school students and their celebrations after finishing school, how should we view the admonishment of these gatherings and them being labelled Covid-19 'superspreader' events? The National Pharmaceutical Agency is being floated again - red flag or good news? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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10.12.20 Pt 2 - If a presenter is coming on to a show, should they absolutely have to wear a shirt? Stop looking at the government like they are your mommy, they are not! The billion dollar question for 2020 is can one get Covid-19 twice? US democracy is naked for all to see... and it's not a pretty sight.

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07.12.20 Pt 1 - If there is someone in your home who is an alcoholic, would you ever know? Those boozebags have their tricks. Are people taking a chance as the year ends regarding taking time off? And Adolf Hitler has returned to run a ruling party, this time it's in Namibia.

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