27.05.20 Pt 1 - Is this possibly Damon's last show ever? Gym is a place of spiritual sanctity for some... when are those opening? The Kalavari home has had to swap roles and it's been interesting. What type of lockdown human being are you? Level 5 - awesome haircut length, not so much as a lockdown measure.

More info

26.05.20 Pt 2 - Is not wearing underwear a serious social faux pas? If you want to be ready for the next pandemic, start planting seeds now that you can eat. A 113-year-old woman in Spain will inspire you with her will to live. Garlic is not only good for you, but vampires hate it... so get some for winter. TopCo CEO Ralf Fletcher then joins us to detail how businesses can become proactive instead of being reactive in the post Covid-19 economy.

More info

26.05.20 Pt 1 - Do clocks really matter in a global pandemic? Time has warped, how are we feeling about this? How many coronavirus roadblocks are there on the journey from Johannesburg to Durban? Shop local people, they need you! If you don't clean your mess, Phumi will judge you.

More info

25.05.20 Pt 2 - Hydroxychloroquine is Trump's thing, let him live a little. His golf game is also getting some work, which is fair because of stress. If you love booze, bury your stash in the yard so the family doesn't get any... but be careful - Karens are everywhere! In animal news, it turns out dolphins are romantics and alligators are a pet fit for Hitler. Alan Todd, Director of Research at All Told, breaks down the behavioural patterns of economically active South Africans during lockdown.

More info

25.05.20 Pt 1 - As of 1 June 2020, you are allowed to drink in South Africa... how much booze will you put into your body on that day? If you dry your underwear in a work colleague's office, should they get to shank you? Earthquakes should never end an interview. What's the worst pick-up line you've ever heard? Whatever it is, Siya topped it. Cringeworthy stuff!

More info

22.05.20 Pt 2 - The trolley test truly does tell you if you are a good person or not, whether on a train track or at your local shops. Is Beyonce an icon? Nurses in bikinis in Russia are some solace for patients. Jack Lotter, the health and fitness guru, joins us to discuss the South African fitness landscape... and he's clear on how to avoid scammers.

More info

22.05.20 Pt 1 - Noah seems to have figured out how to keep the peace with his wife during his flood enforced lockdown, what is your problem? Chinese police ooo stations in South Africa are not real are they? If you are beautiful, delete your Twitter account. And check your sanitiser, it might be meth.

More info

How are you doing in this madness? ‘Vasbyt', as the Afrikaans people say... I write one of these blogs every week and normally they’re not as controversial as the last two, but they might interest you if you’re thinking about what happens next. Just like any other mammal, I don’t have any special powers to predict the future, but I think it’s becoming clear that the lockdown will have far-reaching ramifications. The Coronavirus pandemic has swept across the planet, leading to global chaos and extraordinary changes to all our lives. We’re all spending almost all our time at home and consuming media very differently. There are many confusing messages, and not many sources you can completely trust...

More info

What are the results we should be bracing for in South Africa as the political decisions impact our economy? Daniel Silke is someone who could provide some answers around this. As he’s written in his recent column: “Re-opening South Africa needs to express much more than a colour-coded set of amended restrictions. It needs to be coupled to hope for a new future. Not one based on dependency and decay, but one based on innovation across the board.” Gareth chats to Silke, a keynote speaker, author and futurist specialising in South Africa, Africa and global trends. He’s also the Director: Political Futures Consultancy.

More info

How does the formative ANC structure differ from the one we see today ideologically? Does Covid-19 render the political landscape fertile for totalitarianism in South Africa? Is the economic and philosophical illiteracy of news reporters dangerous for society at large? If we lose a generation of black graduates in the formal economy because of lockdown regulation, what does that mean for the future of South Africa's social landscape? WHO should pay the biggest price globally for this pandemic? Brought to you by Nando’s.

More info