When your industry - the biggest in the world - is facing an existential crisis, who can you bank on to help steady the ship, and ensure that a once growing sector returns to its former place in the South African sun? Reg chats to Sisa Ntshona, the CEO of South African Tourism.

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South Africa is now joining the global north in terms of unlocking its economy and society entirely, citizens are concerned about the tracking and that isn't going away. What is the biggest obstacle in unlocking efficient government in South Africa? Does Cyril Ramaphosa have the gumption to make the painfully hard decision to make South Africa a functional state? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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17.09.20 Pt 2 - The very nature of fame is confusing, why do people love it, and why do the famous love being famous? If you go into debt in life, who should you blame? Have Pentecostal Churches hurt the South African middle class more than anything else? Boris Johnson has new lockdown rules... how do people feel about that?

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17.09.20 Pt 1 - How can we make women feel more comfortable and safe in society and in social spaces? Do you care about people's happiness if it doesn't directly affect you? Does the truth need to make you happy? Bla bla bla... South Africa is going to level one is all you need to know. Which diamonds tell you how much you are loved?

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Theo Prinsloo staan, saam met sy ou skoolvriend Johan Swarts, aan die stuur van Guano Boost, ‘n innoverende maatskappy wat ‘n alles-in-een, 100% organiese kunsmisproduk aan boere voorsien. Guano Boost word vervaardig van Namibiese guano (voëlmis) wat, met ‘n stikstoftelling van N16.5%, die hoogste konsentraat ryk, natuurlike messtof in die wêreld bevat. Die produk word verwerk by hul aanleg in Swartwater, Limpopo. Guano Boost help kommersiële boere om sowel hul oesopbrengste as die rakleeftyd van hul produkte op ‘n volhoubare manier te verhoog, terwyl dit tersfeldertyd operasionele logistiek vergemaklik en omgewingsvriendelik is.

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16.09.20 Pt 2 - Is there a constructive way to protest or should protest create chaos? Are beards a cool thing to have? Apple is now focusing on the health of humans... is that good, or are they out of ideas? Learning to be violent is important for all humans, controlled violence can be useful. What would be the most useless superpower? Real life superhero Dishal Sooku joins us to discuss how he saved a child from being kidnapped.  

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16.09.20 Pt 1 - As the old saying goes, "The early Damon wakes up the Gareth." The very nature of building a Catholic church 500 years ago meant you worked for the first marketing agency ever. Does architecture affect the quality of your life? The only way to wake up happy is to have flutes playing and floozies beside you. And Aunt’chella might strike the right note with you... check it out.

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15.09.20 Pt 1 - If you think you want to revolt against your leaders, perhaps leaving fecal matter in their driveway is the only way to express your level of disgust. To be clear, we don't remember Chernobyl, we've seen the show though. Is social media all toxic, or are there shining lights? Plus a catch-up with the one and only Aki Anastasiou!

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15.09.20 Pt 1 - What is the real horror these days, the movies or real life? When we talk about a classic film, how far back should we go? Can boys enjoy love stories? Gene manipulation means cattle will reproduce forever. Where should South Africans go locally? Matriarchs are not new, you just have to read books and speak to your elders.

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This week on South Africa’s no.1 motoring podcast, George Mienie and Wandile Sishi attempt to confirm or debunk whether the price of cars has increased. Chad Lückhoff also joins the conversation to talk about South Africa’s 'cheapest' all-electric car – the Mini SE. Lastly, the team answers some of your questions in the ‘Ask AutoTrader’ segment, such as the difference between balloon and residual payments, and the issues that could impact your insurance claim settlements. Powered by AutoTrader.

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