19.12.19 Pt 2 – Is Cyril dead in the water? Are open borders an option for Africa in the immediacy? Will Donald play his Trump card in next year’s elections? Right is right, but can the left ever get it right?
19.12.19 Pt 1 – Does drinking instant coffee make you sub-human? Rough sleeping is now a thing in Seattle. Dr Jonathan Witt discusses the sharp end of getting stabbed. TikTok… your children are on the clock.
18.12.19 Pt 2 – The nurses from CANSA are in to take Gareth’s blood and he’s crying inside. We also learn which ex President costs us as taxpayers the most. The former President of Pakistan is put to death… maybe not the greatest job after all, this President thing.
18.12.19 Pt 1 – Gareth reveals that he’d prefer a needle over a finger up the back alley for a prostate exam. Put the kids to work, we need cobalt! Siya fears security cameras might show his “totti”… and it turns out, getting out of Syria isn’t that hard.
17.12.19 Pt 2 – Netflix has depicted Jesus as being gay. Siya gets good news from the doctor in the romantic sense. Elena is back in all her element, and rates the crew… plus, Putin is a rugged sex icon!
17.12.19 Pt 1 – Turns out Gareth and Mbulelo are braai grinches. If you’re cooking, they’re there… but don’t expect invites to their houses for Christmas. Phumi reveals a new category of body shape. Is Siya actually a 90-year-old granny? Turns out, if you want a Zimbabwean wife – don’t go on life support!
13.12.19 Pt 2 – Another day, another car folly as Siya has to drive up his first ramp – did he do it? Boris Johnson may very well have Elmo negotiating Brexit. Dan Wells, Eskom se Push app founder tells us how his Afrikaans work colleagues inspired the technology which helps us track when darkness will visit us. Viva the geeks! Then George Mienie tells us what the vehicle protocol is in a flood.
Not many people have a life story quite like this… at the age of 21 he gives up a life of privilege for one of danger and sacrifice, including 27 years living in exile while working for the ANC. He was also one of the founding members of Umkhonto we Sizwe in Natal in 1961. Ronnie Kasrils is a former SA government minister, and was a leading member of the African National Congress during the apartheid era. In his post-activism life, he’s written another book – ‘Catching Tadpoles: The Shaping of a Young Rebel’. Gareth Cliff chats to him about the pages of his latest read that are bursting with anecdotal stories that are not only enjoyable to read and connect together like a racy novel, but can teach old and young, black and white much about inclusiveness and bringing hope for all South Africans.
13.12.19 Pt 1 – It’s Gugu’s last day… did he learn anything while at CliffCentral? What’s certain is that he will be missed, HEY BOET! It’s Christmas time – who’s doing it right, hedonist Dan Bilzerian or the second coming of Jesus, Siya Sangweni – the fabulous king of the meek. ‘Bumble’ Ben is back and he swiped left – turns out society and sewage have more in common than you’d think. And is there glitter in the ‘mot’ of the stripper?
12.12.19 Pt 2 – Dumo Denga is in studio, along with Kanthan Pillay, and they have a discussion about the state of SAA and the airline going into business rescue. The lights have been off more times than they’ve been on for many South Africans with the current load shedding schedule – the team weigh in on the current state of SA, as well as the loss of cell signal when the power is turned off.