08.09.21 Pt 1 - Sureshnie Rieder is the special guest co-host today! Mbulelo listened to Donda and Certified Lover Boy and he shares how trash he thinks the music is, but appreciates how they are both marketing gurus. The team is then outraged by the staggering teenage pregnancy rate.

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29.07.21 Pt 1 - Simone Biles pulling out of the Tokyo Olympic Games due to mental health has the team fired up on whether this is something to praise, or an excuse to not perform. Where are most people in their lockdown cycle … still baking bread?

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27.07.21 Pt 1 - The country is open and weekend plans are being made, meaning people can now purchase booze again. The team talks to Yatish Narsi about the #ThisIsUs campaign, and Simphiwe finds out how many caramels she's worth.

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Most small businesses have not received any support or relief funding during the extended lockdown, and the recent looting activities haven’t helped. Economist Mike Schussler and Township Entrepreneur Developer Bulelani Balabala join the team to talk about the state of SA’s economy, and how to potentially save it. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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22.07.21 Pt 2 - Economist Mike Schussler and Township Entrepreneur Developer Bulelani Balabala join the team to talk about being a small business in South Africa, and how the lockdown and looting have had an effect on them.

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14.07.21 Pt 2 - How are the ‘lockdown couples’ doing? Mbulelo is in a sticky situation with a couple he knows. Why is government not stepping up to help citizens during the current unrest? And Meg Faure joins the team to tell us how to meaningfully engage a toddler during lockdown, and the myth of ‘perfect parenting’. Then the conversation takes a macabre turn into cannibalism. Find Meg Faure’s Play Box here.

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12.07.21 Pt 1 - The weekend consisted of Gareth watching the Wimbledon final and Richard Branson going into space. Leigh-Ann shares a new finding about our own bodies being able to reverse grey hair. And Dr Hanan Bushkin addresses Mark Sham’s recent social media post about his personal struggles.

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How does an Irish accountant become the CEO of South Africa’s largest chain of book stores? Reg chats to Grattan Kirk about the state of reading in the country, how book sales have been impacted by Covid-19, and the future of books in a digital world.

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19.05.21 Pt 1 - Aus’ Jane still seems to have it out for people who leave and come back, as she insults Leigh-Ann this week. Siya wouldn’t make the best urban planner, and it looks like Gareth owes someone an apology...

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Sometimes you need to stop and take a breath. Perhaps last year’s pandemic and the resulting drastic lockdown measures gave many of us that opportunity. Armed with an excuse, some of us have used this time to appreciate the extraordinary changes in our lives. The most valuable businesses - like Amazon, Netflix, Google and Facebook  - didn’t exist 30 years ago, now they’re the ones we can’t live without...

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