26.01.21 Pt 2 - You either let things happen to you... or you make things happen. Getting fined R1000 for not wearing a mask sounds absolutely ridiculous - but is it truly unfair, considering people have been arrested for for much less under lockdown? GCS listener Michael Cooke joins the team to chat about his super yacht, diving for diamonds, Alexkor and the Zondo Commission.

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25.01.21 Pt 1 - Watch out world, Siya is bringing leopard print back into fashion. What advice would you give Siya's friend who confessed to cheating with a married man? Fun fact... there was a discovery of a dinosaur’s anus!

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22.01.21 Pt 1 - Most people have a bucket list of all the things they want to do before they die, but have you ever considered drafting a list of all the things you will never do? And Leigh-Ann has a brilliant idea of making electricity wireless.

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20.01.21 Pt 1 - Divorce season seems to be in the air, but do you really care about which celebrity marriage is currently on the rocks? Is this virus as deadly as we make it seem? As Gareth says, “Stop lying to yourself, the government isn't here to help you.”

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19.01.21 Pt 1 - With loadshedding running rampant in this country, should one invest in an inverter or should our government simply become smarter criminals? With the inauguration of Joe Biden taking place tomorrow, who will the Trump haters hate now? Oh by the way, Desmond Tutu had something to say about the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Grave concern in Mozambique, where the impotence of the African Union is compounded by crushing poverty and the actions of Muslim fundamentalists, who are converting vulnerable civilians at the end of a barrel. The team discusses the potential for corruption around the Covid vaccine process in South Africa, and how citizens might end up overpaying, while many may not even get vaccinated. And finally, what will the Biden regime mean for Africa?

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14.01.21 Pt 2 - With Donald Trump having effectively been kicked off social media, there are a lot of people asking a lot of questions about free speech on digital platforms, and who decides which voices get heard. The team discusses how citizens need to become more involved in their communities in order to effect change in South Africa. And finally, it turns out that Africa is the youngest continent geologically, but we continue to have the oldest leaders… Go figure.

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05.01.21 Pt 1 - The team tackles the question of how to let everyone know you’re an unhappy homophobe in an environment with 'too much gayness’ - options include email, voicenote or just burning people at the stake. There’s also a discussion about whether repairing family relations can also help your personal life in the bigger picture.

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18.12.20 Pt 1 - Pediatric surgeons don't just fix the bumholes of children, have some respect! Boko Haram is really big on taking credit - it might not always be for the good, but they claim their actions. Norma Gigaba wasn't allowed in the bunker of her porn-addicted former husband's house. And an idea for the South African government: if you want a vaccine, maybe pay for it on time.

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As South Africa prepares for the Covid 'second wave', the ruling party has elected to limit access to beaches, potentially crippling the tourism industry. How long will the Garden Route take to recover economically from the current lockdown, and were there any options that would have limited the spread of Covid-19 without shutting down the economy? The team gives us their reasons to be optimistic for 2021. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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