Do you know what all the stuff in your kitchen does? We might do a ‘show and tell’ on Monday. Gareth is convinced that a salad for dinner is sufficient. President Zuma just got an increase, he’s earning R2.7M a year. Gareth is really stunned by President Zuma’s corruption comment at the World Economic Forum […]

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Gavin Heron is in the studio. Gavin has been all over the place, both geographically, and in career. From anthropology, to working in a rural community project in the Transkei, to being a top advertising executive in Asia, then back to South Africa. Now Gavin is running a recycling probiotic business.

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Gavin Heron is in the studio. Gavin has been all over the place, both geographically, and in career. From anthropology, to working in a rural community project in the Transkei, to being a top advertising executive in Asia then back to South Africa. And now Gavin is running a recycling probiotic business.

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Justice Malala is on with The Burning Platform, brought to you by Nando’s. Justice looks at the FIFA bribery allegations. Let’s just admit it: we paid a bribe. NPA head Mxolisi Nxasana got a R17.3 million golden handshake. Jacob Zuma seems to make rubbish appointments and then makes us pay for them. SARS threw out […]

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Ben and Mabale start the show this morning, because Gareth is late. But Damon is also late, looks like he’s overslept very badly. Gareth instructs Michael not to call him, wants to see what time he gets to work. Mabale covers all your main news stories while we wait for Gareth to arrive. Ben also […]

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South African Ambassador to Zimbabwe Vusi Mavimbela is in the studio. Ambassador Mavimbela has some nice insights into the workings of his Zimababwe diplomatic work, and how he co-ordinates with President Zuma. How does poetry fit into his life as well? He’s been a poet for 40 years. How are Zimbabweans reacting, as a result […]

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South African Ambassador to Zimbabwe Vusi Mavimbela is in the studio. Ambassador Mavimbela has some nice insights into the workings of his Zimababwe diplomatic work, and how he co-ordinates with President Zuma. How does poetry fit into his life as well? He’s been a poet for 40 years. How are Zimbabweans reacting, as a result […]

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The “Is this a Man or a Woman?” game is very challenging. Ben’s ‘Manlines’ tries its best to empower men, but it’s also interesting for others, who are not men. And John Oliver has a good take on the latest FIFA drama.

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There’s a full moon, and Sepp Blatter has stepped down as FIFA President. Did you see Gareth’s Twar with our Minister of Sport? More details are emerging on the American woman who was mauled to death by the lioness. Don’t miss the “Who is the Most Evil Man Ever?” game. Then Ellis Mnyandu of ‘The […]

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Musical director Richard Cock joins us in the studio. Richard has spent the last 35 years, trying to popularize classical music. How is South Africa performing to cultivate and support classical and orchestral music compared to other countries?

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