26.05.21 Pt 1 - Imagine making a living from selling your farts? Why was Siya’s lounge looking a bit like a crime scene? And a GCS listener asks for some advice from the team.

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The team is joined by Ebrahim Harvey - former Cosatu trade unionist and a political writer, analyst and commentator for over two decades. Ebrahim has written an analysis on the ruling party called The Great Pretenders: Race and Class under ANC Rule. It’s a heated and passionate discussion about the current state of the ANC, trade unions being corrupt, the impact of the 4th industrial revolution and a whole lot more. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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13.05.21 Pt 2 - This week the team dives into the ANC being a mess, corrupt trade unions, racism, and the impact of the 4th industrial revolution. They’re joined by Ebrahim Harvey - a former Cosatu trade unionist and a political writer, analyst and commentator for over two decades.

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06.05.21 Pt 1 - We can all agree that our grandparents are a special generation that we may not quite understand, but love to bits anyway! Speaking of old things, the Rotary Club of Johannesburg is celebrating its centenary - Grace Van Zyl chats to the team about the fantastic milestone. Also, Gareth reveals that he has a bit of a fascination with aliens.

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22.12.20 Pt 1 - Machines don’t make mistakes, and (with all due respect), you're the idiot if you forget your password. The team chats about which Christmas traditions are non-negotiable. Sam Smith is undergoing a transition and has a tricky request - because it needs a womb in order to be fulfilled. And pilots: heroes of the sky, or glorified bus drivers?

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17.12.20 Pt 1 - Substitutes in sport are an accepted norm, but substitutes in real life can be tricky. Does your regular barber get jealous if you try someone else? Then there’s strip clubs: if you have a partner that frequents them, should you be stressed or relieved? Staying with strip clubs, the team ponders whether sharing the buffet with the glitter-laden dancers is wise.

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11.12.20 Pt 1 - Is it good for us to filter everything our children consume, or should they just learn about everything as the world throws it at them? Frugality: we all know someone who takes it to an extreme. What's it like for an aged celebrity being told by youngsters that their parents are fans? And: is Hollywood dead?

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As the South African government clamps down on high school students and their celebrations after finishing school, how should we view the admonishment of these gatherings and them being labelled Covid-19 'superspreader' events? The National Pharmaceutical Agency is being floated again - red flag or good news? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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10.12.20 Pt 2 - If a presenter is coming on to a show, should they absolutely have to wear a shirt? Stop looking at the government like they are your mommy, they are not! The billion dollar question for 2020 is can one get Covid-19 twice? US democracy is naked for all to see... and it's not a pretty sight.

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10.12.20 Pt 1 - If you speak a foreign language, should you use that as a pick-up line? Is sneezing into your mask the equivalent of pooping in your pants? Do South Africans need to learn how to cue? Are old people in Africa hogging all the jobs? South Africans want to go to Mars, how bad is planet Earth? Do parents secretly hate all children... including their own?

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