Comedians Eric Jansen, Lihle Msimang and Thabiso Mhlongo join Gareth Cliff to take a lighter look at the week's news. Then, special guest Gayton McKenzie shares his life story and political journey.

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What's in a name? When your parent is in the political spotlight, how do you carve out your own niche? Gareth Cliff is joined by Duduzane Zuma, Andile Ramaphosa and Wantu Madonsela. Plus, special guest Jillian Michaels.

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Between suspensions, service delivery and state capture, what is happening to the ANC? Gareth Cliff is joined by Carl Niehaus, Dr Makhosi Khoza and Pinky Khoabane.

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Can you be an atheist and a Muslim? From growing up in Pakistan, to writing 'The Atheist Muslim: A Journey from Religion to Reason', Ali A. Rizvi chats to Gareth Cliff.

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The country and the ruling party are both broke – how much did race, class and trade unions have to do with getting us here? Gareth Cliff breaks this down with Phumlani Majozi and Ebrahim Harvey. Plus, can you be an atheist and a Muslim at the same time? Secular humanist Ali A. Rizvi joins the conversation.

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We’ve been in various level of lockdowns for a year... but imagine living in space for a year? Captain Scott Kelly is an American engineer and astronaut, who has commanded four space flights and holds the record of spending the longest time in space by an American astronaut – 540 days.

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There's a soap opera playing out in our courts - so does our constitution still hold up for South Africa in 2021? Gareth Cliff is joined by Mmusi Maimane, Mzwanele Manyi and Advocate Mark Oppenheimer - with special guest, Captain Scott Kelly.

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How has the pandemic affected the way we create, distribute and consume media? Gareth is joined by DJ Sbu, Dineo Ranaka, Oneal Madumo with special guest Lucas Radebe.

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Helen Zille is a best-selling author, path-breaking journalist and politician. She talks to Gareth Cliff about her book, 'Stay Woke, Go Broke!'... and also opens up about her thoughts on Freedom Day.

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It's 27 years after democracy, so how far have we come? And how far will being 'woke' get us? Gareth is joined by Helen Zille, Gabriel Crouse and Rekgotsofetse Chikane.

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