13.05.19 Pt 1 – Ben finally manages to watch the finale of The Bachelor, and with that he believes victim culture has hit a new low. Gareth elaborates on this, which then evolves into people trying to be important online. Your latest news headlines from there, sport, finance, plus Siya’s positivity feature for the day.
She can hug, dance, give high 5s and fist pumps. As if that wasn’t enough of South Africa’s humanoid robot – she’s also the Brand Ambassador for the My Future 4.0 Summit. Gareth finds out firsthand what the interesting life of Pepper is like.
10.05.19 Pt 2 – Gareth shares his curiosity around the failed season of The Bachelor Australia. Jeff Epstein looks like he may be making a sex retreat in the Virgin Islands, while another billionaire called Jeff is going to the moon. Leigh-Ann has some important questions to work out if you are smart, then Wayne Price talks about the incredible Arnold Classic, which returns to South Africa in 2019 with even more sporting codes. Pamela Anderson’s strange friendship with Julian Assange, and George Mienie wraps up the week from the world of cars.
10.05.19 Pt 1 – Gareth and team have a quick catch up on the elections, and the mental health issues that the results are suggesting. Then it’s into the review of The Bachelor finale, which becomes even juicier than the tell-all show itself! The latest in your news headlines, Ben on the sport, plus Siya’s positivity kick for your Friday.
09.05.19 Pt 2 – Fresh after the 2019 elections, Gareth van Onselen, the Head of Politics and Governance for the South African Institute of Race Relations, gives his take on the country going to the polls. Then, the team give more analysis on what they observed yesterday.
09.05.19 Pt 1 – Post-election analysis the way you need to hear it – non-biased, honest and uncensored. Join Gareth, Phumi and Siya for the elections results discussion here. To comment on the process of national and provincial elections, Vice-Chair of the Electoral Commission of South Africa, Janet Love, calls in to the show too.
07.05.19 Pt 2 – This week, Tiger Woods was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Trump… While the President of Burundi awarded his 12-year-old daughter for behaving well at home. The team discuss these and other stories in the news. SA Society of Psychiatrists spokesperson Dr Anusha Lachman calls in to give her thoughts about the IAAF’s ruling on Caster Semenya. The hour is wrapped up with the final episode of “Blind History” Season 1.
07.05.19 Pt 1 – While Gareth is tackling the topic of the jobs for the future by discussing the My Future 4.0 Summit, Siya has only one thing on his mind: the new royal baby! Are you even surprised though? The IEC takes centre stage with “Five Things You Need To Know”. Friend to the show, Jen Su, calls in from the USA to give the team the latest on the Met Gala 2019.
06.05.19 Pt 2 – A high profile theatrical suicide causes shockwaves in New York. A kid’s Facebook post costs the family $80 000. Lori Laughlin and her husband want you to help them restore their reputation, and Mark Zuckerberg tries to show that he isn’t a robotic creep… Again. Mayor Buttigieg’s name causes a stir, Donald Trump says he is the youngest man and Leigh-Ann has a vital English lesson.
06.05.19 Pt 1 – Ben returns from Ghana with stories ranging from exotic foods to exotic hotel prostitutes. Leigh-Ann’s uncle’s car got stolen – then reappeared. Siya has a touching story over a friend’s loss, then we get into the top news stories for the day. Your latest sport, finance and positivity feature with Siya wraps the hour from there.