George Mienie reports live from his hangar, just before heading out to fly a plane. South African roads are officially the most dangerous in the world. An old school robbery with a rented car... and Tesla CEO, Elon Musk’s title will change to Technoking of Tesla and Chief Financial Officer, Zach Kirkhorn’s title will be Master of Coin. Powered by AutoTrader.

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19.03.21 Pt 2 - Glynis emailed in to share her opinion about the show and who she finds visually repulsive. Once again, Jane doesn’t mince her words as she has her target set on Dori for her Insult of the Week. And Leigh-Ann is a wealth of random knowledge.

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19.03.21 Pt 1 - Siya decided to start his long weekend early by heading to Durban on a whim. Gareth is proud about how productive he has been recently, and there’s a bit of a dispute about whether Kanye West is really the richest black man.

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In this episode, we chat to Professor Adrienne Harris about tackling financial inclusion through the rapid growth in Earned Wage Access. Technology solutions are allowing people to get paid as they earn, with increasing success stories worldwide. It's no wonder the focus has now shifted to its potential in Africa. Brought to you by SmartWage.

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Remember exactly a year ago when you thought the end is near and started panic-buying everything from baked beans to basically anything else in a tin? What have you done with those things? Well Nando’s has a solution. Darren Hampton from Nando’s gives insights on their Tin for Tjips campaign, which aims to help those in need by collecting your panic-brought tins of food and redistributing them to hungry children.

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With a week that was far from quiet, we had to bring in the big guns to unpack some of the hottest political stories in another edition of The Burning Platform. Joining Gareth is lecturer at Central University of Technology, debater and socio-political analyst, Leeto Nthoba... plus, analyst, CEO of the IRR, and director of the Centre for Risk Analysis, Frans Cronje. They tackle student protests, police brutality, Bheki Cele, the trial of George Floyd, unemployment in South Africa, the abuse that taxpayers experience and a whole lot more. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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18.03.21 Pt 2 - Leeto Nthoba (lecturer at Central University of Technology and socio-political analyst) and Frans Cronje (analyst and CEO of the IRR) join Gareth to discuss and share their thoughts on the recent student protests, police brutality, and the trial of George Floyd.

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18.03.21 Pt 1 - The funeral of the late King Zwelithini sparks a discussion between Gareth and Siya about cultural funeral rituals. Meghan Markle presidency rumours manage to get the guys talking about her and her husband again. Jeepers creepers, are we ready for the Chinese era?

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Timothy Maurice shares two stories from his family that highlight the brain body connection. One about his dad eating turkey sausage, and the other about what happened when he and his sister got the Covid-19 vaccine together. The space between what happens around you, to you, and how you respond is a vast universe of possibilities and implications.

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On the T-Health Show this week, Dr Mark and Chris speak to the Engage Men’s Health Team about PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for HIV). Brought to you by the T-Clinic.

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