#AutoCentral Power Pod: “I'm not a petrolhead” - If you thought Apple's cellphone was a lifesaver, wait until you see the Apple Car, and how it might literally save your life. What is the difference between a petrolhead and an automotive enthusiast? Is it always cheaper to buy a car outright, what other options are there? SkyDrive Inc. is taking transportation to new heights. And Amazon is going to deliver your goods even faster. Powered by AutoTrader.

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04.09.20 Pt 2 - Are leopards scared of white people? Is there an identity politic in the leopard community? A close encounter in Simbithi reveals all. Some might say rats have always run New York, but now rodents are actually in charge of the Big Apple. Should you ever date an ex? If you're the only gay in the village, should you be allowed to be part of the King's reed dance?

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03.09.20 Pt 1 - Eating in a restaurant during Covid is like pulling teeth, they need to figure out the digital menu. Australia has turned into a big prison again, the Brits must be proud of what they built. Gene-modified babies... good or scary? Dear Jonathan, sorry we don't plan our lives around you.

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Petrol stations usually look pretty much the same... but not in Waterfall, and not if Irving Steyn (Development Manager at Waterfall) and Thomas Kriel (Design Team Leader at Theunissen Jankowitz Architects, Pretoria) have anything to do with it. In this episode, Siya Sangweni explores what it takes to design a filling station that raises the bar for forecourts around the world, introduces exciting new brands such as Manaka coffee and Trend!, and makes people want to hang out for a while instead of just filling up and driving off.

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06.07.20 Pt 1 - Between the cigarette ban still being in effect in South Africa, a potential coffee crisis and Kanye West announcing that he's running for president, 2020 is clearly turning out to be a great year, isn't it? Then, Gareth learns that chatting about science and astronomy doesn't get Leigh-Ann and Siya excited.

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Shaun Roseveare, CEO of Ultimate Aviation Group and Keith Batchelor, Heliport Manager, are the people responsible for bringing South Africa’s only heliport to life in Waterfall. Siya Sangweni got a chance to chat with them about what a heliport is, what facilities it offers and how it all came to be. Plus a few inside stories about the high flyers that use this unique facility.

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22.05.20 Pt 2 - The trolley test truly does tell you if you are a good person or not, whether on a train track or at your local shops. Is Beyonce an icon? Nurses in bikinis in Russia are some solace for patients. Jack Lotter, the health and fitness guru, joins us to discuss the South African fitness landscape... and he's clear on how to avoid scammers.

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Siya Sangweni ventured out to the site where Munyaka is being built to meet Steve Brookes (CEO of Balwin Properties), just before the first VIP launch to find out all about Munyaka - a multi-billion rand development in Waterfall Estate, centred around a 7-hectare crystal lagoon.

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15.05.20 Pt 1 - Siya believes he deserves to sit in a dark room and listen to Stevie Wonder if he wants to. Cardi B might be the Oracle, she knew this pandemic was real. How do you say the Q in a Xhosa word? And e-commerce is finally wide open in lockdown.

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2019 was an amazing year at Waterfall with various new developments, and the plans for 2020 are even greater. Willie Vos, CEO of Waterfall Management Company; Giles Pendleton, Head of Developments Attacq; and Steve Brooks, CEO Of Balwin Properties chat to Siya Sangweni about what we can expect in the year ahead.

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