Dr Jerry Mofokeng wa Makhetha, the iconic and award-winning South African actor, grew up knowing his real father, but without knowing that he was actually his father. In this conversation, he explains his complex relationship with masculinity and fatherhood, the deep, meaningful contribution of his wife and lifelong partner, and the lessons he would like young South African men to learn from his story. As a wise elder, we could all benefit from his new memoir, I Am A Man.

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George Mienie join the team to share the latest motoring news that includes stink bugs delaying car imports into Australia, a woman's 'KNITTER' t-shirt confuses CCTV for a number plate... and we discover how much of a psychopath Mbulelo is! Powered by AutoTrader.

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22.10.21 Pt 2 - You clearly are not protesting if there isn’t a tambourine involved! Desmond Dube sets the record straight regarding his relationship with Lillian Dube, George Mienie gives us our weekly motoring news... and we learn that Mbulelo is a certified jerk!

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Timothy Maurice cleverly engages the minds of Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, by having actors read their quotes from their public statements - in order to understand how these iconic entrepreneurs think critically to grow their businesses, their wealth, as well as how they impact society.

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The best comedy often comes from the darkest places. Nina details her struggles with mental health and what cues she looks for to know if she might need some help. Having rid herself of smoking and drinking as vices some time back, she has a deep empathy for those who suffer with addiction. The unhealed wounds of Apartheid are revealing themselves in this pandemic, as South Africa struggles to appease all citizens with its lockdown policies. What does a comedian do to relax? Every day you can expect content to drop on the socials from this hysterical human during lockdown. Sorry excuse me, her black cat's name is who… and the white one is who? Oh yes… and we can’t say this enough, “Thank God for Cyril!"

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The world for some is an oyster, and some people are the oyster. The king of South African Afrikaans satire, Casper de Vries, is one such human. Ever the creator, his lockdown living will be spent working... a new project is in post-production. Does he have a routine, or is he just taking it easy? He is in lockdown in Tshwane with his crew and they are still getting along. There can be a better world - global suffering tends to bring people together. The world will go on after Covid-19, but for now it's just a bit of RnR with man's best friend. Cas Oppie Kassie, out now on Kyknet!

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03.03.20 Pt 2 - How important is a national anthem in a society? The JMPD can’t shoot, but they have guns... and they have Michael Jackson gloves, but can’t direct traffic. In the latest in the Jacob Zuma and Gupta files, we bring you Nguni cattle, a nose job and a pizza joint - and no, this isn’t a lobola gone wrong. Amazon is infested with bogus coronavirus cures. Spielberg’s daughter is a 50-year-old’s punching jailbird now… just another day in the life of the porn producer. Paul Slabolepszy then joins us in studio to talk about his latest play, ’Suddenly The Storm’.

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