11.09.19 Pt 1 – After an embarrassing revelation on his cleanliness, Siya goes and does a poll in an effort to defend his honour. Gord joins us (better late than never) and we suspect he may be sexually molesting his best friend and housemate. The team has a field day after journalist Barry Bateman calls Malema the ‘P’ word… and Gadget Gal sums up all the latest Apple products that were just announced.

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Sasol delays the release of its FY19 restuls and Seleho Tsatsi is in to tell us more. A new Apple phone has been unveiled and we get into the financials of this mobile giant, as well as whether it’s actually worth the upgrade. On the other end of the spectrum, Facebook has launched a dating site in the US – but will they monetise this too, as we’ve seen with the likes of Tinder?

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It’s not the most obvious subject when it comes to technology, innovation and sustainability, but sanitation should be on your mind. If you don’t have sanitation, your life deteriorates and disease takes over; but if you do have it, you simply flush and forget. Professor Christopher Buckley has dedicated some 40 years to the Pollution Research Group, and along with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has studied and explored the challenges South Africa faces in water use and sustainability. He chats to Gareth Cliff about where we’re at and what’s next in human waste management.

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George Mienie chats about Toyota and Lexus, who will be rolling out in-car wi-fi and other connectivity features on all new vehicles sold in SA. Plus all you need to know about keeping your child safe in a car seat as we celebrate Child Safety Week (9-16 September). Powered by AutoTrader.

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The team reviews SA’s cheapest car, the Renault Kwid, and discuss the safest (and unsafest) budget cars on the market. What unfolded at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix? Plus, Arnold Muller from BestDrive gives tips and tricks to ensuring you have the right tyre for your car. Powered by AutoTrader.

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George Mienie chats about how Cape Town is using cut-outs of traffic officers to cut down speeding, the second open letter from the AA to the Minister of Transport, a Tesla Model 3 owner who has implanted the chip from the car’s valet into her arm and more. Powered by AutoTrader.

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George Mienie chats about the Festival of Motoring event taking place this week at Kyalami circuit, the NAAMSA Automotive Conference that took place yesterday and more! Powered by AutoTrader.

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We review the exciting BMW M850i, and discuss trends shaking up the automotive industry. In motorsport, we look at driver shake-ups and predictions. Finally, Denis Klopper, Show Director of the Festival of Motoring, joins in to give us the scoop on what to expect at this year’s show. Powered by AutoTrader.

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George Mienie chats about the R28 billion investment in making the N2 and N3 bigger and better. Tomato peels and egg shells could replace Carbon Black and become car parts and not compost… and with all the tech in your car, what do you think your car knows about you? Powered by AutoTrader.

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What is the intrinsic value of cryptocurrencies, and is there a strong case for this asset class? Sean Sanders gives us inside info on how these prices are determined and what gives them value. Given that some cryptocurrencies might be overvalued, how do we figure out which are the best ones to buy? How does Revix determine the good over the bad?

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