06.08.19 Pt 1 – Siya’s back at work after a wild weekend in Durban, and has some stories to tell. What would you be willing to give to continue having orgasms? Well the team would do pretty much anything. Gareth gives some free advice on three things you can do to avoid being poor… but are they really practical?
05.08.19 Pt 2 – After the horrific mass killings in the US this past weekend, the world has been left reeling. Leigh-Ann unpacks the story and the team get into it. What’s the strangest thing you’ve found under your bed, and how often do you clean under there? Gareth confesses to finding underwear… then, we’re joined by Nkosinathi Moshoana, General Manager of Primestars, to chat about youth development and educating our future leaders.
05.08.19 Pt 1 – Flax is back in studio again, he just can’t stay away. What are the things you do to make someone else’s day? Well, Gareth is upbeat this morning with a bucket full of positivity. We’ve all experienced it at least once… your first day at a new workplace. The team share their experiences. Android or iOS? We’re all loyal to one of these, but what keeps you devoted?
02.08.19 Pt 2 – We often overlook the little things such as our freedom. In Saudi Arabia freedom is a luxury not too many people get to experience, particularly women. Well that’s all changing because Saudi women will now be able to move around freely on their own. Have you ever tried something extreme such as snowboarding or motocross? Adrenaline junkie Ryan van der Spuy joins us in studio to chat about a topic rarely covered on the show – adventure sports. Then, George Mienie joins the conversation to deliver the weekly dose of motoring.
02.08.19 Pt 1 – Who gets to decide when you die? Should you get to decide when you’d like to check out? Gareth gives a sad update on his godfather. On the back of Gareth and Phumi’s debate yesterday on xenophobia, there have been attacks on foreigners by the police. The team unpacks this story layer by layer. Gugu gets upgraded to the main studio, but he doesn’t seem to know how to use a mic.
01.08.19 Pt 2 – Repeat offender Kgosi Chikane joins the conversation, along with Kanthan Pillay, as they discuss the political landscape. As a country we’ve become known for violent protests, but is this the best way to get your point across? The studio panel share their thoughts on this. Phumi on the other hand, believes that everyone should grow a vagina and learn to take a pounding.
01.08.19 Pt 1 – Phumi joins the show this morning and being the only mom in the room, she gives the rest of the team some insight into what it’s like to be a parent in the 21st century. Do we still need degrees to make it in today’s world? Gareth has been hard at work doing his homework, and he has some beans to spill on Trump and his peers. Then things get heated as Phumi and Gareth get into a heavy debate around xenophobia.
31.07.19 Pt 2 – Things get lavatorial as the team get into stories about pooping outdoors, and how to take a dump with your partner around. How do you clean your toothbrush? Leigh-Ann has some handy tips to keep things hygienic. Gaming kids are making more money than top sports champions… and Neo Kuaho pops in to discuss disruption and the future of learning.
31.07.19 Pt 1 – We talk about dreams this morning and Leigh-Ann seems to have a cinematic mind. Cape Town is one of the most beautiful places in the world but it’s also well on its way to becoming the most dangerous city globally. Is it really worth living there? A simple maths equation gives the entire team a headache this morning, proving why none of them are engineers… and Gugu seems to be having some effect on the listeners this morning.
30.07.19 Pt 2 – Ticks can be very sneaky creatures, Leigh-Ann gives the team some disturbing insight on these blood-sucking parasites. The team get to talking about our four-legged furry friends. We’ve all seen American movies and how their lives are depicted… but is this the reality or just fantasy? Plus, we have specialist psychiatrist Dr Gwen Tonyane in studio to give us a much needed education on mental disorders such as bipolar and depression.