29.01.21 Pt 1 - Siya was in a car accident and doesn't know how to respond to people being worried about him. If push came to shove, would you join a protest - or simply sit it out? Remember the good old days of saving up to buy a CD... well that era is coming to an end soon.

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Biden’s inaugural address was a soulful plea to come together. After being in office for a week he has already overturned Donald Trump’s ban on transgender people serving in the US military, and rejoined the Paris climate agreement... is President Joe Biden better than Trump, or will the honeymoon phase come to an end sooner than expected? The Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief David Smith joins the team to discuss what’s happening in the USA. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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28.01.21 Pt 2 - Phumi is counting down the days until private schools open, as she has had it with homeschooling! David Smith, the Guardian's Washington DC bureau chief who is based in the epicentre of all US politics, joins the team to discuss what’s happening in America.

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28.01.21 Pt 1 - Nothing is more humbling than falling in public... nothing! The world is what it is, so should we just go ahead and open up churches? "We are growing, not dying" says Mbulelo as he bids the team farewell to focus on CliffCentral Sport.

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Sean Sanders elaborates on alternative investments, and why adding gold and crypto to your investment portfolio can be a profitable long-term move. Imagine being able to invest in people like Elon Musk, Oprah Winfrey, or even your partner in the near future... would you do it? Brought to you by Revix.

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27.01.21 Pt 2 - Gareth and Damon have a bit of a tiff about a beer ad that was recently banned for promoting ‘toxic masculinity’. For some odd reason, Damon can't stop thinking about penises, and we have a serious question to ask... how do you hide R130 million?

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27.01.21 Pt 1 - Sometimes being right is overrated, according to one of our listeners who took part in this week's One Thing for the Week challenge. Set your reminders and clear your diaries as Jacob Zuma’s baby mama is set to star in ‘Real Housewives of Durban’. Could we possibly survive four more years of lockdown?

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26.01.21 Pt 2 - You either let things happen to you... or you make things happen. Getting fined R1000 for not wearing a mask sounds absolutely ridiculous - but is it truly unfair, considering people have been arrested for for much less under lockdown? GCS listener Michael Cooke joins the team to chat about his super yacht, diving for diamonds, Alexkor and the Zondo Commission.

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Gareth proposes a real challenge this week - ask three people who you value highly in your life to share one thing they absolutely don't like about you. Then you have until the end of the year to improve... can you do it?

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26.01.21 Pt 1 - “Discipline is freedom” according to Mbulelo. Living hand to mouth is a reality for most, but if you truly want to be successful you need to learn discipline... especially when it comes to money. We catch up with our American friend Debi Droke - who won a bet with Gareth.

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