Helen Zille is a best-selling author, path-breaking journalist and politician. She talks to Gareth Cliff about her book, 'Stay Woke, Go Broke!'... and also opens up about her thoughts on Freedom Day.

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It's 27 years after democracy, so how far have we come? And how far will being 'woke' get us? Gareth is joined by Helen Zille, Gabriel Crouse and Rekgotsofetse Chikane.

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From fires to funerals to food, Gareth Cliff and his guests break down the biggest stories of the week – with Styli Charalambous, Sureshnie Rider, Alfred Adriaan, and special guest Jackson Katz.

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With the ability to be so divisive, can we use religion to bring people together? Gareth Cliff is joined by Rabbi David Rosen for this discussion.

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What is the value of South Africa's brand right now? Gareth Cliff speaks to Jean-Jacques Cornish, Dr Nthabiseng Moleko and Reg Lascaris. Plus, Rabbi David Rosen tackles whether religion can bring people together.

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Where is the entertainment industry headed and what does take to get your name in lights? Jeff Witjas has worked with some of Hollywood's brightest stars, the likes of Betty White to Kobe Bryant, and he joins Gareth Cliff for a chat.

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What binds South Africa together in these tough times? And how do we move forward? Howard Sackstein, Gwen Ngwenya and Songezo Zibi join Gareth's panel. Plus special guest Dr Hanan Bushkin, gives us some tips to deal with anxiety and trauma.

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29.03.21 Pt 1 - Between getting drunk at the airport and getting hit on by a married man, Siya sure did have quite the interesting weekend. Leigh-Ann shares the six South African cities that make the top 20 list of the most dangerous in the world... and when last did you buy new clothes?

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Gareth Cliff speaks to Candice Mama, who shares her story about her forgiveness journey after her father was murdered by Apartheid cop, Eugene de Kock.

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Mcebo Dlamini was one of the loudest voices in the 2015 #FeesMustFall protests and he paid the price for it. He chats to Gareth Cliff about his feelings on the ANC, the EFF, Blade Nzimande and the current protests. Candice Mama then shares her story about her forgiveness journey after her father was murdered by Apartheid cop, Eugene de Kock.

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