Has the ability to make issues trend globally on social platforms made it easier to raise awareness? Bongani investigates what activism in the digital age looks like, and whether the youth can really change the world one hashtag at a time. He is joined by Holly (editor of Cosmopolitan), Nelisa Ngqulana (MD of PR Trends), Lerato Motaung (student activist & radical feminist), Motlatsi Motseoile (founder on Grandeur) and Cathy (from SADAG).

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Timothy shares a story about watching the 2007 Rugby World Cup while sitting next to Nelson Mandela. He also revisits an episode about what we can learn from Madiba in this 100th Birthday Commemoration episode.

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Timothy explores the two dimensions of pleasure - the said and unsaid dimensions. This episode may change everything you ever thought about what gives your brain pleasure.

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UCT alumnus, Harvard graduate and Breitbart editor Joel Pollak is the guest on this week’s episode. Joel explains his evolution from liberal to conservative politics, influenced in many ways by his experiences in South Africa. Roman explores the story behind Trump’s election victory and Jonathan engages with the nature of the current political environment in the United States.

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John Sanei is a trend specialist, entrepreneur and speaker. A fair few lay claim to these professional attributes, but John is well and truly defined by them. His passion for change and doing things better has seen him become an accomplished author in recent times, with his latest book entitled Magnetiize. He and Gareth talk about the motivation around it, and the need to forget the chase and focus more on the purpose of our lives.

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Bongani is joined by Siya Khumalo, author of 'You Have To Be Gay To Know God'. They discuss religion, sex and politics. Singer-songwriter Moonchild Sanelly also drops by to chat about her music career, women empowerment and touring Europe.

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Timothy catches up with a banker who is an outsider in Cape Town. And in light of the recent letter penned by Tinyiko Ngwenya about why she left Cape Town, he wanted to speak to Sbusiso Khumalo about why he is staying in Cape Town, and how he deals with the social imbalance.

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Former DA MP and communications expert, Nic Clelland, joins us this week to discuss the key lessons in his new book, Spin. Nic explains the ins and outs of political messaging and gives insight into some of the most successful campaigns of the past 20 years. Roman queries why the DA have become so unclear in their messaging, while Jonathan explores the effect of social media on the behaviour of politicians and journalists alike.

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This week's groundbreaking power woman is award-winning author, writer, and journalist, Mandy Wiener. We connect on what we are willing to stand for, putting our honour where our mouths are and being active women contributors to the conversations of our culture and time as South African women.

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This episode sees the return of filmmaker Miguel Balona. Miguel weighs in on the demise of DStv, and gives his take on the latest blockbusters from Marvel. Jonathan tackles some of the issues in the Star Wars series, and Roman discusses some of the best series he’s watching.

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