Kofi Ofori-Boateng is an author, speaker, teacher and mentor who calls himself a “professional reminder”. In this discussion with Gareth they unpack the good and bad aspects of masculinity, violence, competition, and victim behaviour. Although controversial, Kofi reflects on straight-talking rather than coddling his audiences.

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Nobody has time. Everyone you speak to is so busy - they’re busy at work, being parents, building their brand, changing the world and taking pictures of their food. The pressure is relentless. Most of us acknowledge that we have to eat right, do some exercise and keep up with the news, but how much time do you have to improve your mind?

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From her childhood in Durban to being one of the top voices in dermatology and skincare, Dr Portia Gumede is a true trailblazer. Gareth gets to know more about this entrepreneur who has recently opened her very own aesthetics lifestyle centre. With her love for medicine coming about when she watched her mother as a nurse looking after her ailing grandmother, listen here to hear more from this truly inspiring woman.

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As the former Chief Executive Officer of the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), Lindiwe Faith Mokate has been committed to promote respect for, observance of, and protection of human rights for everyone - without fear or favour. Gareth finds out more about the work that she did with the SAHRC, and understanding more of what goes into the national institution established to support constitutional democracy.

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Head of Market Insights for Discovery Life, Andrew McCurrie joins Arye Kellman to chat about how to close the insurance gap among millennials, factors contributing to the need for life insurance, and so much more.

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In this episode, Gilmore has Grant Moyo on the show, talking about the Zim Cricket Circus. They touch on how the firing of Coach Heath Streak and his technical team might affect the Zimbabwe Cricket Team ahead of the July T20 matches. Zim hip hop act Takura shares on his debut album...

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They say that the youth is the future. Well if the youth in question are like the kids participating in the Nelson Mandela Debating Challenge, then it's in good hands. Gareth chats to this bright bunch of kids about what the legacy of Madiba means to them, and what the future of education looks like as we celebrate the great man's centenary.

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The VAT increase is starting to take effect in South Africa, but what are the ramifications of it all? Trevor Manuel is very upset with the dodgy Ace Magashule in a public address - reminding us how refreshing it is when politicians actually speak the truth. The upcoming chaos around Jacob Zuma's day(s) in court, then in complete contrast a group of bright students come into studio to talk about the Nelson Mandela Debating Challenge. George Mienie then wraps up the week with what's happening in the world of cars.

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Regardless of how healthy we aim to be, there are always unforeseen challenges that can derail us at any moment. Mrs South Africa Nicole Capper, ambassador for Rare Diseases South Africa, comes into studio to shed some light on this, and how you can get involved to help those in need.

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With the recent release of the new Marvel film Black Panther and its success, Afrofuturism has been a topic of discussion worldwide. Bongani Tau is joined in studio by Rashieda Witter (MA) and Kholeka Shange (PhD) to talk about Black Radical Imagination, Black to the Future and to break down Afrofuturism.

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