This week the boys are blessed in studio for the second time with Ms Zinhle who gets the conversation about the importance of women’s rights started. There’s also a bit of banter with the boys (and Zinhle) surrounding the reasons ‘hoes are hoes’… this is one not to be missed as they cover a range of interesting sub conversations.
Roseanne Barr is losing her mind, and for our comedy benefit is turning a camera on to catch it. Thomas Markle is still playing the victim card hard, but Siya feels he can help him. Funerals and how important they are in South African society, Trump’s beef with Iran, then Caroline Borole comes into studio to add some Tina Turner magic to your day. Rich Mulholland wraps things up from there with the dangers of following your passion.
President Cyril Ramaphosa flew commercial on the same flight as Poppy. She now wants to work for the presidency, but the reality she may have to murder people first doesn’t sit well with her. Trump has strong words for Iran on twitter, then Gareth gets into news and why our brains are overloaded with nonsense right now. The latest in news, sport and finance from there, plus Siya’s kick of positivity for the day.
This show is a fantastic forum for young comics to learn more about the craft. Cobus van Rensburg was our sponge today, learning everything about how real the comedy hustle is. What’s it really like getting ‘stage time’? And there can’t be a harder working comic in JHB than Gilli Apter. She’s the opening act for John Vlismas this month, she did the 67 Minutes for Mandela show at Parker’s, and has produced her own all female audience show with Kate Goliath. Eric, Ryan and Dave all agree to up their game… all because of you Gilli!
Everyone is back for an action packed Friday. A Friday that includes a tray of hot sauce and a very nervous Siya. Gareth talks about people finding touch points to acknowledge Madiba’s legacy, fresh demands for a drunk show, and then Gord gets going on some more crazy stories. Michelle calls from Cape Town and talks about whale sperm… then into your news, sport, and a touch of positivity.
India Martin, a 25 year veteran of financial services and a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, and Camille John-Jenkins, Senior Vice President, Business Strategy, Global Commercial Banking – Bank of America, are women in the country for the Leadership for Life Centenary Delegation Business Summit. During their stay, they’re also focused on sharing thoughts on leadership and build business relationships.
In such a historic week for South Africa, we’re glad to have Justice in to give a frank look at what is happening on the political scene. In this week’s Burning Platform he discusses topics like the new Ipsos poll to yet another ANC conference taking place in KZN.
Ben is away for golfing duties so Gareth and Siya steer the show without him. Gareth’s nephew nearly ruined a family dinner while Siya retells his Katy Perry concert experience. What’s really happening in the Eastern Cape? The team touches on this, and more, as they also look at news before wrapping up with a dose of positivity.
This is a musical ensemble like no other. They came into the studio in yellow jumpsuits and colourful shades. With a trumpet, bass, acoustic as well as percussion they set us up for soothing, soulful music that is an entire mood. Have a listen to the future of music in #TheArtistZone. And as always, #TheWorstGuysCypher but this time with a twist… we remix one of the songs Gallactic Alliance played for us live and make it a Worst Guys Epic!
Anthea drops by for a special mid-week appearance on the show. She and the team talks about Sanlam’s 200 Year Old, a groundbreaking podcast series that is making us relook at how we save and invest in the future. Australia has a new super dangerous snake to kill you, but onto more pleasing things as the team from Headway come into studio to talk about Mandela Day.