Too woke to joke? Has political correctness gone too far? How much good or bad does it do? Does it prevent you from saying what you really think? Gareth Cliff speaks to Douglas Kruger, Leeto Nthoba and Jason Goliath... plus special guest, Dr Srini Pillay, on how to look after your mind.

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Is there collusion between the ANC and the corporate world, and should this concern South Africans moving forward? The IRR and SA citizens have been misled by South African banks, which is being revealed as conversations between government and the big banks spill into the public domain. Our government is out of money... what is left for them to extract from the public coffers? Is the Zondo Commission just a perception management exercise? Are there correlations between South Africa's and Venezuela's economic declines - and should we be observing them closely to avoid the same dreadful fate? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. The man who encouraged black farmers to buy land in the early 1900s, became one of the first black lawyers in South Africa, and attended Columbia and Oxford Universities before founding the ANC, has almost been forgotten to history, but part of the reason Blind History is here is to open our eyes to some of the history we have forgotten. Find out about Pixley ka Isaka Seme in this episode.

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There was once a great emperor, who ruled over the most cosmopolitan and rich empire. This emperor built skyscrapers, palaces, giant statues and ruled for half a century. This isn’t the start of a fairytale, and it isn’t the story you might expect. This emperor was a woman... and she ruled a millennium and a half ago - in China.

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This week on #AutoCentral, SA’s number 1 motoring podcast, George Mienie and Wandile Sishi delve into the potential impacts of EVs on the automotive industry, namely: maintenance costs, after sale support, and the effect on OEM. Motoring journalist Martin Pretorius also joins the conversation to talk about driving the near perfect BMW M8 Competition Coupé. Finally, the team answers your motoring questions, such as the impact of modifying your car on your warranty, and which entry-level car is best for a new driver. Powered by AutoTrader.

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Helen Zille joins the Burning Platform this week to discuss Cyril Ramaphosa's address to South Africa coming out of the global pandemic. The by-election results for the DA were mixed... what was the reason for the strategy adopted for this election period? Is the presence of a multitude of small parties good for democratic stability? Is South Africa being racially divided by political parties for their own ends? Could the Cape secede from South Africa without civil war? Are identity politics the move of the moment, and is this political environment sustainable for South Africa to flourish? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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The modern Englishman can only dream of a life of adventure, exploration, excitement and provenance. Sadly, those days may be gone. For the enduring spirit of T.E. Lawrence, his influence on the Middle East is still being felt. Lawrence of Arabia may only be familiar to you because of the movie, but his real life was perhaps even more epic.

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This week on South Africa’s no. 1 motoring podcast, hosts George Mienie and Wandile Sishi evaluate the merits of buying a used car instead of a new one. They are joined by Sean Nurse, who relays his experience behind the wheel of the stunningly potent new Porsche 911 Turbo S... plus the team answers your motoring related questions in the Ask AutoTrader segment. Powered by AutoTrader.

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Yusuf Omar has travelled to over 40 countries on four continents to teach media companies how to do mobile journalism. On that journey, he co-founded 'Hashtag - Our Story' to empower mobile journalists.

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Is it okay to be rich and flaunt it? Especially in a country where unemployment is rampant, and increased poverty is the serious collateral damage of lockdown? Gareth Cliff chats to Kenny Kunene, Christall Kay and Joe Cimino. Plus special guest Yusuf Omar talks the game changing space of mobile journalism.

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