The situation at the Afrikaans speaking school in the Vaal is escalating at a dangerous level thanks to the EFF. Should women grow facial hair? It’s something that is gaining more and more momentum, but is it something that you as a woman would embrace, or you as a man could get used to? The elements we get wrong when it comes to financial planning. Then a look into pet insurance with Michael Otten from Oneplan Pet Insurance. Caring for your animal is easier and more affordable than you think.
The weekend is here and with it Gareth and Siya break into song. The movie premier of ‘The Shape of Water’ gets discussed, the whole Aziz Ansari sexual harassment saga doesn’t seem to be going away, then onto a whole host of interesting news stories, sport and morning positivity from Siya.
#CountryDuty continues our discussion on Higher Education this week, this time looking into “unconventional” careers. We had phenomenal women in studio with us, who dared to venture into the uncommon careers of Somatology, Tourism and Culinary skills. They talked to us about the difficulties they faced and overcame to follow their dreams and make a success of their chosen fields.
Cyril Ramaphosa has been a busy man as he readies himself to become president of South Africa. He continues to show people he means business, and is looking to start things on time even. The net is tightening on the State Capture crew as action may start to really happen for the good. What’s happening with Patricia de Lille and the DA as a whole, then the eternal question of when Jacob Zuma will no longer be president of South Africa.
117 title deeds get transferred in Stellenbosch by private entities, creating some tangible empowerment that makes government look inept again. A man bites his wife’s nose off, and then into the hot political news with Justice Malala on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando’s. Lots to catch up on and Cyril Ramaphosa takes more of the reins in South African leadership.
What do you get when friends/comedians get ahold of the microphones with Gareth Cliff? Hilarity and things that make you go “Hhmmm” ensue! Nik Rabinowitz and Gilli Apter get into a conversation around a whole slew of topics – the Cape water crisis, the comedy business, social media, topics they shy away from in their humour… and even visiting a shul in Brooklyn.
Do you spend enough quality time with your close friends? It’s worth assessing as adult life flashes in front of you. There are more messy protests in South Africa, this time it has to do with education… with kids being dragged into it by the EFF. Cyril Ramaphosa continues to tidy up things in the ANC, which makes you think when it comes to 2019 elections, then into your latest news, sport, cryptocurrency and positivity from Siya.
Lots of female attention suddenly for Gareth online, but is it legit? The team then discusses what you would do if there were no laws for a day. This reveals a fair amount about the personalities in studio. Gord shares his stories from his recent trip to Barcelona. Nugget porn, then a discussion in micro cheating and the levels at play when it comes to checking out good looking people within relationships.
Gareth starts the day with an in-depth talk about atoms and how we are always physically changing. Namibia is the best shithole country of all the shithole countries. The Queen talks candidly about her life and things she has to deal with, which leads to what a win Meghan Markle’s life has become. Your latest news and sport from there, plus how cryptocurrency is dropping down the toilet… and some positivity from Siya.