07.05.20 Pt 2 - Xoli Mngambi and Jane Dutton have been forced to apologise for giving an opinion on eNCA about NDZ. Do apologies work in public? Is the public tired of mainstream media? Is the lockdown a classist social measure? What does flattening the curve actually mean?

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07.05.20 Pt 1 - Siya designed his own matric dance outfit... is anyone shocked by this information? It must be tough being a tall 18-year-old, 32 waist 38 length clothing isn't easy to find. Should we prepare our parents for their own retirement? Ruth Bader Ginsburg is working from her hospital bed. Sean Sanders, co-founder of Revix, joins us to talk about the future of investment and finance on Beyond Bitcoin.

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06.05.20 Pt 2 - Some hip-hop lyrics haven't aged well. If you cut your grass during lockdown, you might be in trouble. Jerome Levitz, Director at Fluxmans Attorneys, joins us to detail what to do if you get arrested during lockdown. What is the role of a father in the home during times of stress? We continue with keeping our shower game strong during lockdown with Sorbet Man Shower Diaries... this week we speak to a man who lives and breathes fashion and grooming - Rich Mnisi.

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06.05.20 Pt 1 - Gord thinks he might want to get his cat to do the podcast. Elon Musk has had a baby with a human named Grime - the gender is... coming soon. Is William Smith the most fun possible on a TV screen? Tito is tweeting, and it's tantalising!

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05.05.20 Pt 2 - Cyril Ramaphosa is in a bit of a bind with the smokers and NDZ. Do we have to agree with everything our friends say to be friends with them? Jacob Zuma is starting a YouTube channel... get excited! Robert Zwane, Senior Executive at SAICA joins us for a brand new series called 'Be Accountable', in which he discusses SAICA and its dual function to the accounting industry and society at large. Blind History returns - this week's episode features King Louis XIV.

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05.05.20 Pt 1 - Does Star Wars get better with time or worse? The encyclopaedia was a source of knowledge, but Phumi learned about something else from those well-bound books. Murder hornets are in the USA now and the bees are in trouble. What have you realised you might need at China Mall?

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Running a media publication in the midst of the coronavirus lockdown has given Toby Shapshak an interesting viewpoint of the rest of the world. Touching on the state of media, how nimble and agile we all ought to be, and where he sees the future to be headed, Gareth picks the brain of this editor of Stuff Magazine on points you can learn from.

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29.04.20 Pt 2 - Everybody wants to break the shackles of lockdown and Gord says be ready for a fat guy on a bicycle! What would war be like with someone you like? Linda Reid, Head of Data at Lightstone, joins us to discuss the change in consumer behaviour during lockdown. Episode one of Shower Diaries presented by Sorbet Man features Aki Anastasiou... keep your grooming game strong!

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29.04.20 Pt 1 - Is working from home going to become the new norm when Covid-19 lockdown ends? Who in the GCS team would be murdered first by 'The Killer'? Is Dennis Rodman going to get Oprah cancelled? In a medieval dystopia, what weapon is best for survival?

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28.04.20 Pt 2 - Should we teach children how to have good relationships in school curriculums? Kim Jong-un may or may not be alive... either way, North Korea still has zero cases of Covid-19. Cancel culture has even reached Trevor Noah. Blind History is back, and this week we feature the Persian Empire!

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