24.04.19 Pt 2 – Gord and a listener, Nqobile, have a full-on geek-out conversation. What ammunition do the likes of Kamala Harris and others running against President Trump have? Gareth interrogates that. Another listener, Elson, calls in for some relationship advice, amongst other things. And Gord has some sobering advice: Don’t read internet comments!
24.04.19 Pt 1 – Could the ANC be behind the EFF? Why do people complain about how others donate money for charitable causes? These are the questions that set the team off on some entertaining rants and discussions. The horrific Durban floods take the lead story in the Five Things You Need To Know, right before Siya chats about an African medical first in Said By Siya.
23.04.19 Pt 2 – The team have their eyes glued to various shows, Gareth on Game of Thrones, while Leigh-Ann and Siya on The Bachelor SA. Instagram is about to test a new feature that will hide the number of likes a post gets, the latest on the Mueller report and an update on the Sri Lanka attack all get discussed too. Then, infamous gangster John Gotti gets the attention on this week’s edition of Blind History.
23.04.19 Pt 1 – Fresh off the long weekend, the team have had an eventful couple of days to chat about. Between lunches and more lunches, Gareth also raves about a documentary he got to watch called One Strange Rock. On the other hand of the ‘binge-watching scale’, Siya shares how he casually watched the new Beyoncé documentary three times during his time off. Leigh-Ann had some interesting animal tales to tell about her Easter break too. Catch the Five Things You Need To Know, a finance update from Anthea, and a dose of good news here too.
18.04.19 Pt 2 – The courts and our legal system at large have become the battleground for political struggle. We don’t have to look far before seeing that, especially in the past few weeks with the state capture inquiry taking centre stage in the political landscape. One of South Africa’s finest legal minds, Advocate Michelle Le Roux, has firsthand experience with this, as she details in her new book, ‘Lawfare – Judging Politics in South Africa’ and moreso, being Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan’s legal representative, in this week’s edition of The Burning Platform.
18.04.19 Pt 1 – With the long weekend looming, the team share their Easter family traditions and upcoming plans. Get up-to-date with current affairs in the “Five Things You Need To Know”. Rhino poachers get stomped on, as you’ll hear in “Said By Siya”. Then, did you know your breathalyser result could turn out positive just because you’ve eaten a hot cross bun? Listen in to find out why.
17.04.19 Pt 2 – Gord sings a trans song he made up with his nieces, more talk about Notre Dame, a touch of politics as the dodgy ANC billboard is discussed… and the triumphant return of Decimal Dan!
17.04.19 Pt 1 – You get people achieving in life and those that just want to talk crap about them. The Tiger Woods story gets Gareth talking about this, which leads to hateful narratives in the press that create false realities for political purposes. Your latest news and sport from there, plus Siya’s positivity feature for the day.
16.04.19 Pt 2 – The team share a laugh over Kurt Darren’s performance of the national anthem at a recent rugby match. Following that, they get stuck into some of the day’s top stories including singer Zahara’s health woes, billionaire Jack Ma’s “12 hours a day, six days a week” work ethic and how bananas could help you if you’re struck by lightning. To wrap things up, the 10th episode of Blind History focuses on Joan of Arc.
16.04.19 Pt 1 – The team is still stunned by the Notre Dame fire. Hear all about the Parisian tragic incident and its update here. Gareth has the Five Things You Need To Know, then PigSpotter stops by with the final edition of Smart Driving – this time answering some of the top questions received from social media over the past couple of weeks.