26.04.19 Pt 2 – Another day, another Ford South Africa scandal! The team chat about this and some of the other news stories of the day. It seems the ultimate souvenir people left Coachella Music Festival with was herpes. The conversation gets saucy with a Bachelor SA update, just before Domestic Goddess Jane updates the team on her Easter weekend. Then, George Mienie wraps the show up with the latest motoring news and some fun facts.

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Vula is an app that puts primary healthcare workers directly in touch with on-call specialists. It’s the brainchild of Dr William Mapham, who conceived the idea while working in rural Swaziland and experiencing first-hand the difficulties faced by rural health workers when they need specialist advice. Listen to his personal journey and what inspired him to dedicate his career to giving health workers – particularly those in remote rural areas – a tool that helps to get patients quick and efficient specialist care. Brought to you by Naked Insurance.

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Art class takes on a new meaning when it’s designed to equip kids for thinking outside the box, and for being relevant in future. But what makes this business really special is the innovative franchise model, with all the prep (the curriculum) and the admin (payments etc.) automated and built into a smart online system. This business is booming because they make it so easy for other people to become entrepreneurs. Brought to you by Naked Insurance.

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The team unpack a whole host of hot motoring content. AARTO has been implemented, and a new breathalyser has been approved for instant roadside prosecutions. Mini goes automatic, a full F1 recap, the new Jaguar recycling programme, plus reviews of the new Toyota Rav and the Mitsubishi Triton. Powered by AutoTrader.

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Desiré Wilson, the first and only woman to win a F1 race, is South African! George congratulates her before touching on the ousted Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn’s fourth arrest, Volvo planning on limiting its cars to a maximum speed of 180km, bomb-proof G Wagons, and so much more. Powered by AutoTrader.

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“Build a business that solves a problem you have”. This age-old advice served to be critical for these young mavericks who believed there had to be a better way of connecting investors with aspiring entrepreneurs. And using new tech it simplifies, refines and accelerates the process of both – finding investment for entrepreneurs and finding investment opportunity for investors. Brought to you by Naked Insurance.

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Mercedes were the big winners at the AutoTrader South Africa Car of the Year Awards. Their A-Class picked up top honours with the marketing manager for the brand, Mayur Bhana, joining George Mienie in studio to discuss this. The pair also share some thoughts on the future of motoring with Gareth, and how software and customisation of cars will continue to gain importance in everyday motoring. Powered by AutoTrader.

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It’s official – Sanral will not pursue e-toll debt! We discuss the new difficulties faced by firefighters in extinguishing electric vehicles. JMPD has made a hotline to report bad drivers. We look into another increase in fuel prices from 3 April. Who should (or shouldn’t) be allowed to drive your car? #LoadShedding – what if there’s no power to charge my car? In F1, we break down the craziness of the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix. Plus we look into the The AutoTrader South African Car of the Year Awards, live streaming on 4 April 2019 on YouTube… plus a review of the Subaru WRX ES Premium. Powered by AutoTrader.

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The AutoTrader South Africa Car of the Year is getting announced next week, and it will be live streamed. Solar streets in Japan, Tesla are giving away a Tesla to find bugs in their system, electric car fire risks and extreme parallel parking plus other odd motoring world records.

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29.03.19 Pt 2 – Just how much poo is too much poo? Well the results are coming in and it’s not pretty. Meat sweats, perhaps the stupidest person in elected government in the world, more stupid people, drunk shopping, the PC police get it very wrong while trying to protect Thai people, and the curiousness of the Japanese flag. George Mienie then brings the week to a close with the latest from the world of motoring.

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