In this week’s #AutoCentral, SA’s No.1 motoring podcast, George Mienie and Wandile Sishi unpack the future and direction of the traditional sedan in South Africa, and investigate ways in which manufacturers are trying to generate demand for this traditional body-type. Chad Lückhoff enters the chat to compare the Mercedes-AMG A35 Sedan with the BMW M235i Gran Coupé – two cars aimed at the same market segment, but achieving varying degrees of success. Finally, the team answers your motoring questions posted on Ask AutoTrader... such as whether you should buy a repaired used car. Powered by AutoTrader.

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If a mere seven more MPs had voted with Prime Minister JBM Hertzog in favour of neutrality, South Africa's history would have been quite different. Will we see more war under the administration of US President Joe Biden? Brought to you by Nando’s.

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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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Gareth Cliff asks Moeletsi Mbeki about his perspective on how big institutions, as opposed to individuals, can help move South Africa forward... particularly in these complex times.

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South Africa's road accident death toll could be set to nosedive with an interesting new amendment on the horizon to the drunk driving laws in the country. Hyundai's EV recall is one step forward, three steps back for future thinking drivers. How much would you pay to keep your personalised number plate? And Volvo is dropping cars from 30m in the air, all to save lives. Powered by AutoTrader.

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. The man who encouraged black farmers to buy land in the early 1900s, became one of the first black lawyers in South Africa, and attended Columbia and Oxford Universities before founding the ANC, has almost been forgotten to history, but part of the reason Blind History is here is to open our eyes to some of the history we have forgotten. Find out about Pixley ka Isaka Seme in this episode.

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10.11.20 Pt 2 - If you are a parent who wants more money to spoil your husband or wife for being a great partner during lockdown, you should tell your kids Santa died from Covid. Angelo Agrizzi has been pictured looking worse for wear with what doctors are calling the 'Schabir shakes'... more to come. Ann Jangle joins the team to discuss her cycling adventure from South Africa to Kenya - from run-ins with elephants to hyenas sniffing her tent, she is truly a wandering spirit! And Blind History looks into the life of explorer extraordinaire, Lawrence of Arabia.

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Although he was born Stefanus, nobody ever called him that. Paul Kruger went from pioneer, hunter and farmer to being the loneliest old man in Switzerland, dying on the banks of Lake Geneva. The part in between was remarkable. 

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When a 30-year habit ends, how does one adjust? As a man who loved radio so much that he failed a year in high school, Aki Anastasiou has pulled the curtain down on being the voice of traffic information in South Africa... so where to now? What other business interests does he have, how will he pivot as the future unfolds? What life lessons did other radio legends share with him over the years? One thing is for sure, Aki will never be forgotten in the hearts and minds of South Africans everywhere.

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09.09.20 Pt 1 - We don't need more radio DJs, we need more teachers... which should lead to us needing fewer lawyers. Is 'living your best life' a philosophy or rubbish? If you had to look after another person's kids, would you throttle them? If we were in a world army, South Africa would be the cannon fodder.

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