Monday gets an extra kick as the team are back after their long weekend. Siya got to meet billionaire Jack Ma while Ben got his extra dose of watching more sport. Want to know what the team is watching? Listen in here. Then find out what’s happening in the world, an update on sport and the markets, and we wraps things up with a dose of positivity.
The Nelson Mandela University is dealing with their recent scandal around the rape of a 21-year-old student. The Bin Laden family is speaking out on Osama. And what is the winner of R415-million up to? The team discusses this, before welcoming WONDERboom who are celebrating their new single and supporting Guns N’ Roses on their South African tour.
The long weekend is upon us – Ben and Siya chat around what they’re going to be up to. Oh my Gord! It’s a Wednesday so Gord Laws pops in for some fun and conversation. The team have an announcement to make to help entrepreneurs. And we wrap the hour up with the usuals like a look at news, sport and ‘Said By Siya’.
Born and bred in Johannesburg to Iranian-born parents who pioneered to South Africa from the UK in the early 1980s, Gareth chats to LEXLEO. Known for his electrifying multi-faceted personality on the SA entertainment scene, LEXLEO is a musician and dentist to the stars. From his roots, beliefs, what drives him and what’s on the horizon… find out the fascinating story behind the name here.
Shrien Dewani has a new lover in his life – and it’s a man. Friend to the show, Robyn Sher from Lifestyle Home Garden, brings an update on how to live waste-free… before the team doesn’t turn a blind eye to the importance of sleep with Taylor Blinds and Shutters. Then, director Ivan Botha and actress Ilse Klink – the team behind ‘Stroomop’ – chat around the process of creating the new local flick.
What’s the most impressive thing you’ve ever done? It seems like a pretty simple question but as one has to answer it, it’s pretty difficult. Call CSI Johannesburg – why was Ben involved in burying a cat? Then, catch up on the day’s regulars like news, sports and “Said By Siya”.
Ben reviews the Constitutional Review Committee on the hot topic of ‘The Land’. Sadly many of these hearings are being reduced to anti-white get-togethers, and the question has to be asked if anything constructive can actually come out of them. Boy wonder Brandon Kynoch then joins the team in studio to talk about his game development skills, and how he is already making a name for himself in the gaming industry at the age of 16.
Are you ready to rumble on with the new week? Well, Ben and Siya are as they tackle the #GCS solo. Siya had a night he’ll never forget at a Sandton club… including some attention from a popular news anchor. Ben gives an update on his weekend too, plus the recent happenings involving his neighbours. Then it’s time for your Monday regulars like news, sports, The Money Shot and Said By Siya.
Amanda shares an incredible story of a night out at Presley’s. Ideas are thrown around for future feature Fridays in studio. There is a rhodium shortage, and this is something South Africans should know about. More on Meghan Markle and the fascination around her, and Robyn from Lifestyle Home Garden talks about the challenges that August presents on the gardening front. George Mienie then wraps up the week with the latest from the world of motoring.
Gord comes in for his birthday week, and Amanda joins him for a superstar Friday cast. Ben shares his experience of an early morning argument at home, which Gareth gives him advice on. Vapers gets roasted in what has now become an overshare session, then into the news, sport and Siya’s positivity feature.