06.12.19 Pt 2 – Justin Timberlake has made news, but not for the right reasons. Rumours of infidelity with a co-star (including pictures) have hit the tabloids, and the team has a vote-off based on the two women’s physical appearances, to decide whether or not he was justified. Meanwhile, Leigh-Ann is back at it again with her useful tips and interesting facts to share. Then, we’re joined in studio by Helen Gautschi from DNAlysis Biotechnology to tell us about all the benefits of knowing your DNA – and how it could improve your life.
06.12.19 Pt 1 – It’s a full house today, and the weekend vibe is in full swing. In the midst of all this chaos the team realise that the studio may have other forms of life existing in it. Have you made those plans for Christmas and New Year’s Eve? Siya gives everyone a timely countdown to the big days. The witchcraft conversation is back, and our intern Mbulelo knows a thing or two about this area of life.
On the back of his recent announcement of retiring as sub-Saharan African CEO of the storied investment banking group Goldman Sachs, Gareth chats to Colin Coleman about some of the critical steps he’s taken that he have led him to the point of having his eyes now set on lecturing at Yale University. As one of SA’s most prominent investment bankers, he details how his liberal upbringing and being involved in the anti-Apartheid movement influenced his work in changing the nation’s economy over the past few years.
Kanthan Pillay is joined by Mpiyakhe Dhlamini – an anarchy-capitalist, formerly a libertarian and formerly a socialist. The duo discuss Trump and the impeachment, and a potential recession in the horizon. Meanwhile, hot off the press, Minister Pravin Gordhan has announced what seems to be a bailout for a crippled SAA. Sexual allegations and that of an affair made public could be a devastating if not handled properly. Find out how best to deal with such a situation. Finally, the panel share their projections for the South African economy in 2020. Brought to you by Nando’s.
05.12.19 Pt 2 – Redi Tlhabi, who Gareth is quite fond of, is squaring up against former president Jacob Zuma in court – we get Gareth’s opinion on the matter. Meanwhile, hot off the press, Minister Pravin Gordhan has announced what seems to be a bailout for a crippled SAA. Sexual allegations and that of an affair made public could be devastating if not handled properly. Find out how best to deal with such a situation.
05.12.19 Pt 1 – Siya has been going through some trouble in the lavatory, and he shares all with the team. Be warned – it gets very descriptive! Our new intern Mbulelo seems hell bent on proving his virtue, and this doesn’t sit too well with some people in studio. How much personal space is enough? Are you one of those people who keep a big bubble around them? The team share their opinions on space in planes and shopping queues.
04.12.19 Pt 2 – Damon weighs in on the conversation on haemorrhoids and reveals that he in fact has two anuses. There’s more on the Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew saga, and the prince seems to be losing everything as a result. Siya has been known to be a dramatic character, but takes it to the extreme when he, Gareth and Mbulelo go out for lunch. Meanwhile in studio, Gareth and Damon get into roleplaying.
04.12.19 Pt 1 – The team are shocked to find out that the new intern, Mbulelo runs to work every day. He also has some interesting views on life, much to everyone’s surprise. Meanwhile, Gord’s absence is giving other people like Damon a chance to spend some time in the GCS studio. The team get into the issue of circumcision camps held in the bushes, and not everyone agrees with the Xhosa culture.
03.12.19 Pt 2 – Do you know what TikTok is? Well you may not be the only one who hasn’t heard of this new craze in the world of social media apps. We’re keeping up with the Kardashians and their millions today, and Siya has all the juice. In other news, he also shares some exciting tech news which could change your life.
03.12.19 Pt 1 – Gugu has been a rebel lately and gets a mother’s reprimand from Phumi. There’s news of a possible 40% cut on data prices, which gets everyone in studio excited… before Gareth bursts the big bubble with a reality check. Sports lovers will be glad to get an overdue dose of sports news from Mbulelo, the new guy. Then, Gareth chats to Wayne Duvenage (the CEO of OUTA), who’s locking horns with Dudu Myeni in an R8m lawsuit.