A lot of social problems start in the household, mostly from broken homes. The team chat to Charley Pietersen - author, inspirational speaker, life coach, and facilitator at the Growing Up without a Father South Africa Foundation. They engage in a candid conversation about fatherless households, and the process of reconciling a child and father.

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23.11.21 Pt 2 - More money talk as an old friend from the show, Anthea Gardner joins to explain the process of a company delisting from the JSE, and what options are available. Plus, an update on the family gathering that Lebang recently attended.

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This week the team have a candid conversation about the voter turnout, which was just under 30% - the lowest it’s been in 27 years! They have a look at the possible causes, the numbers, and discuss solutions.

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02.11.21 Pt 2 - Having your passport kept in the family safe is clearly a thing that the team doesn’t understand. What Mbuelelo and Lebang can agree on, is that the mattress is the ultimate safe for black people... and if you are from Boksburg, you are in for it!

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The team speaks to someone who is no stranger to CliffCentral, Muzi Kuzwayo, who is a best-selling author and someone who is not afraid to tackle controversial issues and solve problems himself. Discussing his new book 'South African Promise', he dives into the promise of South Africa, and what needs to be done!

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26.10.21 Pt 2 - Do husbands take up golf to escape from their wives? Gareth and Mbulelo play "I spy with my little eye" over Lebang’s background.

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Inequality in South Africa is where climate change was when Al Gore was making movies. The data is mounting, but the awareness and urgency to act is just not there… how do we get more people to act? This week Jaynisha Patel - peace, human and security development researcher at the institute of Justice and Reconciliation - joins the team to talk about economic inequality and social solidarity.

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19.10.21 Pt 2 - Lebang is going to Cape Town and both Gareth and Mbulelo agree that Cape Town makes for a great mistress, but not a wife. This leads to them having a conversation about millennials being obsessed with travelling and finding their purpose through it.

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Mike Abel is regarded as one of South Africa's leading businessmen. In October 2020, his book ‘Willing & Abel: Lessons from a Decade in Crisis’ was published, capturing key stories, lessons, learnings and milestones over the past ten years in establishing the M&C SAATCHI ABEL Group of Companies. He talks to the team about the potential opportunities for South Africa.

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12.10.21 Pt 2 - Mbulelo and Lebang continue to unpack the parenting issue, which leads to Mbulelo basically saying that he doesn’t want kids to ruin his life!

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