The team recaps what went down over the weekend, and how Jacob Zuma will face the charges against him. Gareth talks about his interview with David Beckham at the Haig Clubman launch. A 20-year-old believes he can change the world as the adults have failed us all, and some interesting double standards exposed before the news and sport. Anthea then on the finance and Siya with some positivity.

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No test action this week between SA and Australia, but the stories keep coming thick and fast off the field. Arsenal still have one chance of glory this year, golf's best are battling it out at Bay Hill, and a huge weekend of rugby ahead.

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Gareth and Siya got to meet David Beckham and have a chat to the great man at the launch of his new whisky. Debbie from Washington then updates us on American matters - including Trump's latest issues. Mabz then on the news, Ben with your sport, and Siya wrapping up the hour with a kick of positivity.

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Ben welcomes Ray Wicksell back to studio for a special discussion around sprinting and the business of speed. He brings SA sprint sensation Thando Roto and his coach Hennie Kriel along for this, with the four them covering a multitude of topics in studio.

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Into the final 8 of the Champions League, and Man United and Chelsea won't be there. Gideon Sam reminds us how dreadful South African sports administrators really are, the latest from the rugby world - of which there is a lot, plus Rabada appeals the ridiculous ban that has been imposed on him.

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In the wake of Stephen Hawking passing away, Gareth tries to get in contact with a man who introduced him to Madiba, Prof. Block. He's in the Arctic Circle though, so Gareth instead talks about his love of chemistry. Bringing back the woolly mammoth to combat paedophiles... then into the latest news and sport, with Siya adding some positivity.

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Man United are out of the Champions League, but almost a bigger story right now is that Jose Mourinho is working for the Russians during the World Cup. Rabada goes back to no.1 in the ICC test bowler rankings, Kwagga Smith declines the Commonwealth Games, and Ernie and Tiger to square off as captains in the Presidents Cup.

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There seems to be a bit of a go-slow on the internet right now in a variety of areas. Are sharks responsible for this? Stephen Hawking has passed away, which gets Gareth reflecting on his amazing mind and life. Then your latest news, sports and positive current affairs brings you up to speed on everything else you need to know.

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After a night of drowning his sorrows around the news of Kagiso Rabada's suspension, Ben delivers a rather all over the place sports report. What does the rest of the test series against the Aussies hold from here? Still lots of positives thankfully, plus Ben gets into some football news.

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A tortoise fathering over 1,000 kids, Charlize Theron swearing and the perils of gold eyeshadow - these are just some of the topics covered by the team in the bizarre and funny conversations as they begin their morning.

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