Carolyn Steyn, founder of 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day, and Alan Demby from The South African Gold Coin Exchange & The Scoin Shop talk about the background of the initiative, and the R67,000 sponsorship from SAGCE. Plus, how Alan met the Queen at a rather famous flower show.

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14.06.21 Pt 2 - Siya shares the top 10 most liveable cities determined by stability, infrastructure, education and access to healthcare. A California nun has pleaded guilty for stealing over $800k to help pay for gambling trips. And a vintage clothing collector joins the team to speak about her love of fashion.

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23.04.21 Pt 2 - Queen Elizabeth ll has recently been labelled as “the world’s longest-standing and most successful CEO”. Leigh-Ann shares a few phrases you should never use in an email. Do you reckon you’re a fantastic artist? Well, Gareth chats to Dr Paul Bayliss, Senior Specialist Art Curator at Absa Group, about the 2021 Absa L’Atelier art competition.

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21.04.21 Pt 1 - Siya shares the one time he had to buy weed for his mate, as the team talks about celebrating 420. Super League gets brought up and no one on the show knows exactly what is going on. If you bring up star signs in a conversation, just know Gareth and Simphiwe will judge you.

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The old aristocracy of Europe, the dying embers of which glow faintly in the monarchies of the West and whose blood dilutes itself in far-flung corners of old empires, used to pride itself on something called 'noblesse oblige’ - the idea that to those whom much is given, much is expected. The idea here was to protect, teach and give succour to those in your care: An accountability for others in exchange for the privileges that fell upon you. Many wicked men failed to live up to this, but a great many more tried, and succeeded - so much so that to be called noble or a gentleman became the highest aspiration of all...

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