Brent goes live all the way from New York City, while Kerri holds the fort in SA at the studio, together with our Modern Day Elves from The Santa Shoebox Project. We also touch base with the ladies from Huddle Up and find out what incredible things they are doing to change lives for good. And we are Proudly South African in our Top 5 Stories... flying our flag high!

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Things are going badly for Mabz on the home front, as she is plunged into the dark ages. Gareth brings up the subject of tax revolt again, and really mines into what government actually does for South Africans. Top stories in news and sport follow from there, then Siya provides some daily positivity for you. Gareth wraps up the hour with a chilling piece of audio from the late Nelson Mandela.

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From television, film, theatre, and musicals... to empowering young thespians - Nokuthula (aka Noks) has had the opportunity to play in each unique space and is undoubtedly SA’s best all-rounder. And she's not yet slowing down! Rami and Romeo find out more in this inspirational chat.

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Timothy Maurice speaks to Russell Simmons about how he used Kim Kardashian strategically as an influencer, meditation, success, rebounding from failure, and more.

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Here's a story that is bound to make the hairs on your arms stand up... 89-year-old Dov Landau tells Gareth how he survived the Holocaust. From life in concentration camps, bearing through his manual labour duties, working in the coal mines and even detailing the death march that made a huge mark, hear this powerful tale from one of the last few voices of World War II. How did he move on from such trauma, which included losing family? And how is life for Dov today? Take a listen to this powerful interview to find out.

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Rami and Romeo sit down with the Skosana family to learn about their latest album, industry experience and managing family dynamics... but most importantly how they are able to manage arguments and disagreements in their music business.

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Founder of one of Johannesburg's most beloved coffee companies, Jonathan Robinson, is in studio to tell us how he got his 40-strong staff body onto living wages. We get his take and approach on equity, bonuses, overtime, training and more.

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Be inspired with Weza Matomane as he chats to Ayanda Thabethe about owning your throne and being your own motivation.

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Brent and Kerri chat to the ladies from SACAP about making a difference through positive change with the help of psychology and their initiatives. Plus the latest good news stories from around the country.

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September is International Literacy Month and READ Educational Trust has a lot of news to share! The YLP team chats to READ representative, Lizelle Langford, about READ’s commitment to promoting literacy, their new projects and this year’s Readathon Red Reading Box... as well as how members of the public can support their efforts.

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