The team arrives to a whole host of incredible rusks, because in winter, #SendRusks not nudes. They then finally come to terms with Jared ‘Bok Bok’ Harvey and his amazing voice clips. Mabz brings you the latest in news, Ben on the sport then Siya wraps things up with some positivity from Shonda Rhimes.
More from the Royal Wedding including the moment Meghan said ‘yes’ to Harry. For a contrast Ozzy Man Reviews the big day, plus Jim Carrey adds his two cents on the marriage. Should you invite an ex to your wedding? Can someone’s weight be discussed in a professional sense at your place of work, and is age always the end of your sex drive? Rich Mulholland then wraps things up with his latest edition of The Reality Check.
The team is back from an interesting weekend on all fronts. Ben reflects on how depressing zoos are, before a discussion around the Royal Wedding – from the memes to the Royals’ reactions and everything in between. The Ashwin Willemse incident, then into the other big news and sports stories, plus finance with Anthea and Siya’s positivity feature.
The Mandela Centenary is a great source of inspiration for many in South Africa. Lynn Forbes and Angela Yeung are such individuals, and together with Richard Mabaso are going to #Trek4Mandela up Kilimanjaro. That’s the very basic description… the history behind these individuals is where the story really becomes interesting, and of course inspiring.
Bantu Holomisa’s “teach a man to fish” speech goes very badly on TV. Mzwakhe Mbuli is outraged about Google claiming he is HIV positive. Meghan Markle is called out on live TV by Piers Morgan, and some more brilliant revelations ahead of the royal wedding. Gord then opens a special package on air from a listener, humans are not actually from earth, and then three crazy individuals come into studio to talk about #Trek4Mandela.
More information comes forward about the Canadian woman who flung her own faeces at a waiter in a restaurant. Politicians on TV, Ben’s unlucky week continues, and the whole Laurel or Yanny debate, which Gord applies the science to. Then your latest in news and sport, plus some Friday feels.
As South African sports stars go, there aren’t too many more recognisable or accomplished than Steven Pienaar. He joins Gareth for a very candid take on his incredible career. The endless commitment and hard work that defined his every day, the role his mother played in making him the man he became, and some of the less expected parts of professional life.
Are you struggling to sleep? Well Mabz has a whole host of reasons behind this, from hot beds to smartphone addiction. Russian prostitutes causing fires in Fourways, the lottery, a restaurant where a woman flings her poo at a waiter, a mom guns down a gunman, then onto the Burning Platform with Justice Malala. As always Justice gets down to the nitty gritty of SA politics, in a not to be missed feature brought to you by Nando’s.
Gareth pulls out of the beard deal (temporarily), but then gets into why Trump pulled out of the Iran deal. Find out who the Gwyneth Paltrow of Toronto is, the big stars to attend the royal wedding, some listener feedback, then into the news and sport with Mabz and Ben.
Freelance filmmaker and photographer Johnny Miller joins Gareth in studio to talk about his work. Currently living in South Africa having come over the US, Johnny pioneered African Drone, an organisation focused on empowerment. He talks about his projects, the work that is getting him noticed, and why legislation around drones needs to change in South Africa for the betterment of all.