Do you live in a shithole country? The media is still reeling after Donald Trump's comments about third world environments, but is there more truth in this statement than people would like to admit? Mabz thinks she is dying, which leads to an elaborate eye doctor discussion. LinkedIn as a dating platform, then into your usual morning features to get you informed, entertained and inspired.

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Speculation still rages over who is going to play for both sides in the 2nd test between SA and India at Centurion. A full weekend of league football action in South Africa and England, an exciting leaderboard is developing at the SA Open, and Tubby Ready finally gets what he deserves.

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It's the first proper 'working' Friday of the year, and with that comes a great deal of relief. The team gets talking about social conditioning, and the dangers of that to an impressionable and mostly unemployed society. This takes Gareth on a soliloquy about getting started in life and working hard... which leads you to the news, sport and Siya's special Friday dose of positivity.

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This week Ben chats to Justin Woolford, Group CEO of Conqa Sports, about excellence in sport and the unique objective of his organisation. With the Ashes done and dusted, Dennis Freedman then returns to talk about England being average, and what we have to look forward to when Australia tours South Africa for Tests in March.

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Much to consider selection wise for both sides ahead of the Centurion test in the SA vs India series. Benni McCarthy gets fined for calling a referee a pig, SA's best golfers looking to dominate again in the SA Open and Romelu Lukaku again attracting some strange attention in the news.

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Flaming Alan Ford has been pestering Siya in true Alan Ford fashion. Gareth is angry again about people having long holidays, but is then pleasantly distracted by Jeannie D's bikini holiday photos. Lana Del Ray thinks she can steal music from Radiohead... and Gareth discusses the various ways of having a poop. News, sport and Siya's daily positivity feature from there.

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A great deal of cricket to get through this morning, with Kagiso Rabada claiming the No.1 Test bowler in the world spot. Ottis Gibson wants to keep the pace coming for the Proteas, England's coach isn't keen to extend his contract, then big talks between South and North Korea ahead of next month's Winter Olympics.

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Find purpose through life, even if you were senselessly banged into existence. Yup, things start very seriously as Gareth probes the question of purpose, bringing all walks of life into the spotlight. A preview into fantastic upcoming guest interviews on the show, then your latest news and sport, plus Siya's positivity kick for the day.

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A thrilling 4th day of Test cricket produces a famous victory for the Proteas over India at Newlands. Was the pitch fair though? Andy Murray undergoes hip surgery, the SA Open gets set to begin at Glendower, the EurAsia Cup brings Europe and Asia's best golfers together, and an American golfer turns himself in for a banned substance.

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Gareth is having trouble sleeping right now, and it has to do with a bad snorer. The myth of morning people, letters not getting posted in South Africa, and should kids still believe in Santa? Children are becoming addicted to iPhones, and the company is starting to take this seriously. As expected the 'H&M monkey kids jersey' causes a racial stir, but Ben has a theory that goes deeper in the issue. Your latest news, sport and positivity from there.

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