Cash-in-transit heists are on the up in South Africa, but Police Minister Bheki Cele is making some key arrests. More on the ‘criminal’ that Kim Kardashian went to the White House for, then into the Burning Platform with Justice Malala to give you all you need to know about SA politics right now.
Stephen Hawking always felt humans needed another plan to survive, in case the excrement hits the fan so to speak. The team discusses this and it leads to some heated debate on a variety of fronts. Marli van Breda’s ex-boyfriend comments on Henri’s guilty verdict, then into your latest news, sport and Siya’s positivity feature.
The crocodiles are attacking, literally, from swimming pools to lakes humans really aren’t safe. The disappointment of bad sex, Henri van Breda and his cry for sympathy, and another axe murder story – this time from Russia. SA’s economy has shrunk again, Saudi women finally getting licences to drive, then Chantal Stanfield comes into studio to talk about her new show and more.
What song do you think defines your life? Gareth has a simple formula for you to implement to find this out as he plays the individual songs of the team members. Miss America to no longer be a beauty pageant, reality shows you really want to see, and some sordid sexual things happening in Johannesburg suburbia. Then your latest news, sport and Siya’s positivity feature.
What does it take to manage media? It’s a definite art, one which Nick Clelland knows all too well. With a background in politics, he has used his experience to co-author ‘Spin’, which has now been described as the “go-to book that explains what to do when the media comes calling”. Gareth gets the opportunity to dive into the mind of this communications and media expert in this interview.
A Canadian actress with a résumé as long as a movie credits roll, Wendy Crewson joins Gareth in studio to talk about her incredible life in front of the camera. She is in South Africa promoting her new show ‘The Detail’ on Universal, but the two also talk about the amazing co-stars she has worked with in the past, on set chemistries, coming out in 2014, and how Canadians are just so wonderfully polite.
In murder news, Jason Rohde’s case acquires more confusion over the crime scene. Henri van Breda to be sentenced, but things are already not looking good for him in prison. A troubling dilemma around consensual sex, a joyous day for gingers as they finally get their own emojis, then actress Wendy Crewson joins Gareth in studio.
Does the South African Police have any investigative power left? The team discuss this after the Mandy Wiener interview, which prompts Siya to tell an interesting story about a cheating husband and a ‘stolen’ car. The unexplainable evolution of the human species, then into your news, sport and Siya’s heartwarming positivity feature.
Figuring out what makes young people tick has been a point of interest for the longest time. HDI Youth is a company that appear to have cracked the code on this, something that company CEO Bongani Chinkanda plays a massive part in. He and Gareth talk about their process of data capture, reading between the lines of trends and behaviours, and what this means for brands in the future.
Roseanne Barr is reportedly begging for her job back, but ABC are having none of it. Fake news and conspiracy theories, Uganda wants to tax social media to stop people from ‘gossiping’ and Ellen plays a clip which makes you think. Bongani Chinkanda, the CEO of HDI Youth, then drops by to talk what the youth are up to and the upcoming Sunday Times Generation Next Conference and Awards.