07.06.21 Pt 1 - Leigh-Ann went bowling this past weekend, Gareth shares Mbulelo’s Covid chronicle video diaries and Dr Hanan Bushkin sheds light on how unconditional givers attract unconditional takers.

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06.04.21 Pt 1 - Whilst everyone’s weekend was pretty chilled and restful, Leigh-Ann on the other hand was dealing with Easter cooking stress. The One Thing for the Week task involves you discriminating in a positive light. Gareth thinks he might have to consult a sangoma... and there’s a pastor who believes he can heal you by farting.

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03.03.21 Pt 1 - We find out an interesting fun fact about Gord when he sneezes. Gareth gets schooled about who Bobby Shmurda is, and the team talks about a new love show that has people talking.

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JJ Cornish shares what is currently happening on the African continent... from Nigeria vying against South Africa, Tanzania, and Burkina Faso for the chair of the African Peace and Security Council, to seven orphans being kidnapped outside the Nigerian capital Abuja, and Britain slapping sanctions on four top Zimbabwean officials for the killing of protestors and other crimes against humanity. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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02.02.21 Pt 1 - Siya’s birthday is coming up and he’s going away with an ex that he recently reconnected with, so we all know what’s going to do down! The team is in search of a female voice, if you have any suggestions... send them our way. JJ Cornish then shares some insights on what’s happening around the African continent.

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20.01.21 Pt 2 - Time flies when you're having fun... we turn 7 this year! There's a new competition for eager beavers who want to start their own podcast. Something about birds, and shucks we almost forgot - it's the inauguration of Joe Biden today.

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21.12.20 Pt 1 - The South African beach restrictions debate rages on! It’s been a year that’s driven us to drink, but seriously - it’s 2020. should we still be engaging in drinking competitions? Hypothetically speaking, if the US President and his entourage are killed, is there a backup plan for someone else to keep lying to us? And finally - sometimes leftovers just taste better.

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18.12.20 Pt 1 - Pediatric surgeons don't just fix the bumholes of children, have some respect! Boko Haram is really big on taking credit - it might not always be for the good, but they claim their actions. Norma Gigaba wasn't allowed in the bunker of her porn-addicted former husband's house. And an idea for the South African government: if you want a vaccine, maybe pay for it on time.

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02.12.20 Pt 1 - If you are a karaoke singer, don't worry about quality... it's all about showmanship. The South African lottery numbers were an all-time anomaly this week, and people are saying the fix is in. Does it hurt your feelings if children forget your name?

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The Jihadi insurgency in north east Nigeria has executed dozens of farmers, and havoc has ensued as authorities seek to bring peace to the region. Abiy Ahmed, who was lauded as a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, is now struggling to stem the violence in Ethiopia... and is in fact becoming fuel to an already raging fire in the troubled East African country.  Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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