People magazine has announced their choice of the most beautiful woman in the world… and the team is NOT impressed!

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After an interesting and entertaining interview with the “Zuma must Goooooo” grannies, Siya reveals his plan for turning them into a marketing force to be reckoned with!

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Ben is stuck at home with an old man back injury. As he is so useless, his girlfriend Daniela needs to describe his frail position, and catch up with Gareth on what she has been up to… including her work travel ‘perks’ and possibly being mistaken for a prostitute.

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Mbali Njomane from the Ma(i)de Sessions on CliffCentral joins Gareth in studio for a practical conversation around us improving our arguments. There are so many issues that people are throwing their weight behind in South Africa right now, but are they doing it effectively? From asking the right questions, to referencing the right sources, we can all learn something here.

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With Bell Pottinger terminating their contract with the Guptas, Gareth considers what #paidtwitter and all those promoting manufactured agendas will do in future.

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Gareth and the team discuss the outrage and controversy over Zapiro’s latest political cartoon.

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Mabale shares a news story about how a pelican made a plane turn around after it damaged it… and Ben jumps to a conclusion that involves ISIS – naturally.

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Leo Sayer is coming to South Africa and one of his biggest ‘fans’ just happens to pop into the studio to educate the team on his music. Meanwhile, Ben has an idea about a tour for the musical has-beens… and Gareth shares an amusing personal story about Julio Iglesias.

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Nqobile calls in to The Gareth Cliff Show to give his frank perspective about the planned marches, the state of the country, and how his peers see things. The discussion moves to how people need to support each other more to effect real change.

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The team celebrate the (not so) shocking news about Barry Manilow being gay… in their own unique way. Yes, there is singing.

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