Things are warming up in South Africa weather wise, but not as hot as Gareth's justification for a video he recently put on Instagram of a woman's ass being set on fire. Gender-based violence comes to the fore in an insightful discussion, then Amanda's life has become a misery since her mom put her on a driving app. The latest news, sport and finance from there.

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Caster Semenya and controversy, two things that come together whenever she is going for gold. Bolt bows out under a cloud of disappointment, Man United start strong in the EPL, Sundowns bow out of the MTN8, Otis Gibson set to be named as the new Proteas coach this week, and the Rugby Championship is about to start.

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After the European summer break, football season is back. Ben kicks things off with all the big English premier league fixtures for the weekend, and what's happening in the MTN8 locally. Wayde van Niekerk sadly doesn't do the double at the IAAF World Champs, Victor Matfield joins the Lions, and a new coach for the Proteas.

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The Friday show starts off with praise singing for Durban, which makes Gareth think he should have been a performance preacher. Ben returns from his romantic getaway with Daniela with stories, Gareth touches on another element of Women's Day and women we should celebrate after attending an inspiring talk. Last thoughts on the vote of no confidence against Jacob Zuma, then into the latest news, sport and finance.

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We’ve seen him achieving the greatest glory on the sports field, we’ve heard his voice guiding us through edge of seat sporting encounters, but do you know the other side of Rugby World Cup winning flyhalf, Joel Stransky – the businessman? Gareth Armstrong has the opportunity to sit with Joel during this week’s #FutureCEOs conversation and learn about his evolution from sports hero to businessman.

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Fresh from the public holiday break and still making sense of the #NoConfidenceVote results, the team breaks down the recent happenings. Find out their thoughts on the vote and parliamentary shenanigans here. And Anthea interestingly points out how the political changes impact the markets.

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It has been a long (not so) hot summer for the Proteas in England, and thankfully for them it has come to an end. Another crushing test match loss, a 3-1 series loss, and now more questions than ever for the team. Caster Semenya wins bronze in the 1500m, Wayde van Niekerk gears up to defend his 400m world title, Man United and Real Madrid to square up in the UEFA Super Cup, and the Premier League gets going on Friday.

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The secret ballot is going to go ahead in parliament, but does this mean anything is going to change or is the ANC just going to keep doing what suits them? The lunar eclipse, Gareth is feeling rather useless at the moment work-wise, and the ANC MP who hit a woman in 'Women's Month' is causing a stir. News, sport and finance from there.

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Ben is feeling rather depressed after the weekend's sport. He starts with the Lions loss, brushes over the Proteas, and then mostly loses composure when talking about Usain Bolt. Never has someone sounded like they needed a hug more than Ben does here.

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It's Women's Month, something that Gareth finds somewhat pathetic and patronizing. Siya went on a hot date with an older man over the weekend, while Gareth watched YouTube videos of ISIS soldiers getting blown up. Amanda is worried she is getting old and Ben gets into a debate with Gareth over the importance of sport. Mabz is back on the news, Ben on the sport, and Anthea with the finance.

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