12.12.23 Pt 2 - Bafana Modise joins Gareth and Bakh’abantu in studio for ‘Democracy 101’ for the launch of VVIP - a new podcast on CliffCentral for the voices of the youth in South Africa about the upcoming elections. Mbali Ntuli, CEO of the Groundwork Collective and former politician also stops by to discuss the role of the people in leadership.

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12.12.23 Pt 1 - Gareth is shocked at the death of South African legend Zahara. Bakh’abantu is obsessed with an AI-written anime about the rise of the vegetable empire. Gareth is astounded that Nelson Mandela’s Houghton home has been left to ruin due to unpaid bills and neglect. There’s an interesting new campaign warning against drinking and driving during the upcoming festive season, and we look at options for last-minute holiday travel.

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11.12.23 Pt 2 - Leigh-Ann shares a recent discovery that is keeping Gareth up at night, and Bakh’abantu has some thoughts about Alex Jones returning to X. Forensic pathologist Hestelle van Staden joins the team to discuss her latest book, ‘Blood has a Voice’ - along with some of the fascinating aspects of the job.

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11.12.23 Pt 1 - Gareth has a rant about the behaviour of one of his security guards, Bakh’abantu wonders whether Father Christmas is racist… and Dr Hanan joins for some Monday morning therapy.

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08.12.23 Pt 2 - Gareth and Ben get into the Robbie Williams documentary, and what a megastar Robbie was in his time. Grant Renecle (aka ‘Clean Cut Skolly’) jumps on and tells us why Joburg is one of the best places in the world, as well as his impact on South African satire.

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08.12.23 Pt 1 - Gareth has had enough of the modern take on language, after an entire week of learning new slang. Ben discovers the latest AI trend, and Sims is curious whether a rugby game is a decent first date.

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07.12.23 Pt 2 - Phumlani Majozi is in studio to discuss his new book, ‘Lessons from Past Heroes’. The team gets into the current issues that haunt South Africa, as well as Phumlani’s stance on the 2024 elections. Is a multi-party approach the most practical idea moving forward, or should the public take a solid stand with one party in mind?

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07.12.23 Pt 1 - Gareth joins us live from Cape Town, Phumi comments on Fikile Mbalula’s press conference last night, and we get another slang acronym lesson… IYKYK.

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Growing up in Yemen, Luai Ahmed was pre-programmed with hate and biases within his culture... but with a curious mind and determination to find the truth, he moved to Sweden. After learning Swedish and immersing himself in the culture, he gained quite a following on social media for expressing his controversial thoughts. Luai and Gareth delve into the Israel-Hamas conflict, the difference between Islamophobia and 'Muslimphobia', as well as some of the Swedish government's behaviour behind closed doors.    

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06.12.23 Pt 2 - Luai Ahmed is an outspoken Swedish journalist, who grew up in Yemen with a passion for seeking the truth. Join Gareth and Luai in conversation on the Israel-Hamas conflict, Luai’s life in Yemen, and his change in belief systems.

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