15.07.21 Pt 1 - Looting talks continue as the team agrees that this devastation cannot be swept under the rug, and how communities are losing faith in their government and now taking the law into their own hands. And in the midst of all this, you just got to love South Africans and their humour!

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14.07.21 Pt 2 - How are the ‘lockdown couples’ doing? Mbulelo is in a sticky situation with a couple he knows. Why is government not stepping up to help citizens during the current unrest? And Meg Faure joins the team to tell us how to meaningfully engage a toddler during lockdown, and the myth of ‘perfect parenting’. Then the conversation takes a macabre turn into cannibalism. Find Meg Faure’s Play Box here.

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14.07.21 Pt 1 - The spreading of misinformation can be avoided - the team has some handy tips to help. Politicians can now be replaced by apps, which makes Mbulelo very happy. Gareth speaks about the root of the looting as he discusses his latest blog. Plus an update from the crypto world.

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13.07.21 Pt 2 - Should parents be looking at alternative forms of schooling? Gareth then chats to Toya DeLazy about her music, her mental health and why she believes her existence “triggers” hate because she’s royalty.

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13.07.21 Pt 1 - With everything going on in the country, the team have a candid conversation about all the looting and rioting happening in KZN and Gauteng. Who is to blame? Is this right? What does this mean for our country?

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12.07.21 Pt 2 - The team has a chat about delegating, having a virtual assistant, and freeing up your time to do things that actually matter. Mbulelo has committed to becoming a healthier and better version of himself, and then everyone realises how much they don’t know how to spell.

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12.07.21 Pt 1 - The weekend consisted of Gareth watching the Wimbledon final and Richard Branson going into space. Leigh-Ann shares a new finding about our own bodies being able to reverse grey hair. And Dr Hanan Bushkin addresses Mark Sham’s recent social media post about his personal struggles.

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09.07.21 Pt 2 - Mbulelo is convinced that Leigh-Ann was once part of a cult, as she once went to a health farm. Gareth chats to Vicky Friedman and David Matamela about the Noah’s Art Charity Initiative, which seeks to raise money for the performing arts industry. Then football guru Stefano Vigoriti joins us to discuss Italy’s chances against England on Sunday.

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09.07.21 Pt 1 - Ben might have missed his calling of becoming a comedian. Is feeling empathy for others such a bad thing? The team plays a game that reveals how they view themselves, their perfect mate, and their sexuality.

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08.07.21 Pt 2 - This week Sipho Shezi (published author on politics and international relations) and Mighti Jamie (multi award-winning international debating and public speaking champion and coach) join the team to talk about the current political news - from what’s happening in Eswatini, to Zuma turning himself in, and the implications of him being arrested.

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