12.10.22 Pt. 2 Flax turns his attention to a strange experience he had in Cape Town last week. Lebang talks the team through her experience at Rocking the Daisies, last weekend. Simphiwe poses the question, should one pay for their meal if one had to RSVP to an invite? Gomolemo jumps on informing the team of traveling to Cape Town in a bus.

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15.09.22 Pt 1 - Loadshedding strikes again - leaving Gareth in a horrible mood. Phumi convinces him that a good reset is all one needs to get back on track if you feel like you’re burning out. The royal formalities going on in the UK create some questions… like where do all the people queuing to see the Queen pee?

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The comment section dives straight into the headlines this morning, exposing the president cutting red ribbons for filling potholes. What would you steal if you were given the opportunity to rob any store? And has there ever been a better event launch than the Windows ‘95 one?

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Skilled strategist, innovator, and leadership coach, Maanda Tshifularo is passionate about advancing leadership excellence. He is the host of Leadership Books Unpacked, and he joins The Gareth Cliff Show to tell us about himself, the show, and his new book, 'Lead with Super Clarity - How Successful Leaders Achieve Exceptional Results'.

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As the hybrid work world sees greater productivity and a softer social aspect for businesses – technology is the key to all business challenges. There are trade-offs between connectivity offerings which include speed, contract tenure, service levels and more. Once you establish your needs, it's easier to find solutions to the different offerings that tick different requirement needs. This week, Jaco chats to Ulrich Sonn from Frogfoot about connectivity in a hybrid work world. Brought to you by Catalytic.

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Pie-Pacifique was 13 when the war in Rwanda started, and he lived through the terror of the ensuing genocide. His experience of it, and the story of how his life fell apart and was rebuilt from nothing is inspiring and extraordinary. He sat down with Gareth to explore just a few of the unbelievable and terrifying things he has been through - from refugee, to car guard, to university graduate, to businessman.

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Between Edison and Tesla there are some 1,200 patents for inventions and innovations that birthed the modern world. To fully appreciate their contribution, you would have to remember that at the time of their birth, technology was steam-powered locomotion, and candlelight. Over the course of their years of discovery and success, they engaged in bitter rivalry and the greatest leaps forward for humankind. But there were also failures, and tragedies.

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Glynis Horning experienced something no parent ever should. Her 25-year-old son Spencer committed suicide two years ago. Glynis shares her deeply moving and personal story with us, and approaches it from the point of view of being a mother, and also as an award-winning journalist, who has specialised in the field of mental health. This isn’t an easy interview to listen to, but it’s something we should all think about, and hope not to experience ourselves.

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Would it be better to have never been? If you’re not having an existential crisis yet, then this interview might just give you one. Professor David Benatar of UCT is one of the world’s greatest philosophers and proponents of antinatalism - the idea that it is wrong to bring sentient human life into being. He and Gareth wrestle with the idea of parenting, overpopulation, bio-ethics and the idea of purpose.

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Kenny Xu is a brave author - brave enough to publish a book on an issue none of the major parties in America care about. But they should, because it’s actually about an attack on merit. Kenny and Gareth discuss some of the parallels between Harvard’s discrimination against Asian Americans and affirmative action in South Africa, and what it means for finding the best people in any job, without politicians interfering or grandstanding. Kenny's book, 'An Inconvenient Minority', is all about active discrimination which prejudices some the hardest working people in the United States, with many lessons for the rest of us.

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