17.04.20 Pt 2 - How would a fabulous human survive in the 16th century? If you had the chance to ask your teachers from school, would you want to know what they thought of you? Leigh-Ann had a gang in school and they had a chilling chant. Craig Hannabus details the range of emotions you might experience during Covid-19, and how your core persona might manifest itself in reality. Nic Haralambous has written a new book - 'How to Start a Side Hustle'... and his beard is fierce!

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17.04.20 Pt 1 - Will people with vices quit those because of lockdown? What is the human equivalent of a rabbit? If you are obese, life would be hard anyway, but during Covid-19 it's terminal. Siya's cigarettes, open now... roll up, roll up! How do you choose what to watch on Netflix? The lockdown will end, what will you do on day 1 of freedom? Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is very boring, but she had to put up with that guy for a while so give her a break. Oh yes, Harvard is letting anyone in now... there goes the neighbourhood.

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The notion that big business is the backbone of an economy might need some re-examining. Surely some sectors of the economy could be opened up? How and why does short-sighted decision making at Eskom cripple small business? Consistency in the messages being communicated by the government is vital for national confidence, how does Cyril's government score on this metric? As we attempt to deal with the economic reverberations of global economic shutdowns, which country is poised to become the new global supply chain and production hub? Is imagination important when you govern, or is it just a policy pen pushers game? Our special guest this week is Khaya Sithole. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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16.04.20 Pt 2 - Khaya Sithole is realising he doesn't need people as much as he thought he did. If your family is filled with divorced people, it reduces the pressure for you to get married to please your elders. The advent of online learning has opened a new sense of optimism about the quality of education you can get, regardless of your economic circumstances.

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16.04.20 Pt 1 - A chef was arrested for delivering food to a client, is this madness or are rules not negotiable? Are police overreaching by hassling 'The Bachelor' about the contents of his shopping bag? Battle Nips is the only thing you need for this lockdown. Wits University is going online, congratulations to them. And if you need to take the edge off, move to Kenya.

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15.04.20 Pt 2 - Covid-19 lockdown is bad enough, but imagine being trapped in a hotel room in an equatorial country which sometimes has temperatures of up to 50 degrees centigrade! The zombies have already been here, chill out people. Emma Sadleir gives some poignant advice about the legal parameters on social media, especially around Covid-19. ProgCast is a new podcast series on CliffCentral. Tami Jackson and Scott Roberts of Progress SA tell us why academia needs robust debate, with room for dissenting ideas... before it crumbles into a woke heap of rubble.

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15.04.20 Pt 1 - If you find yourself talking to your neighbour just because you are in lockdown, be careful... it's a slippery slope to being friends with someone who lives next door. Is Gareth a vampire? Cats lick everything, are they actually porn stars? Is Cyril a hero, or is he just great compared to those who came before him? Is ham the meat of Satan? Bore-aucracy - is it a real thing?

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The tragedy of the death of another Kennedy has shocked the world again. Julia Sotirianakos, CEO of Reach For a Dream Foundation, has challenged us to send 'Share Hope' videos for the children which they can no longer embrace due to lockdown. CEO of Fluxmans, Colin Strime takes us through the rigours of business rescue under Covid-19 economic conditions. Blind History this week features possibly the most famous and infamous family in modern Western history, The Kennedys... plus a bonus episode about plagues and pandemics.

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14.04.20 Pt 1 - Let's be honest, April was basically a holiday month anyway, it's the perfect time to have a lockdown. Can digital platforms be places of community for all of society? If you are an influencer, how do you know you are influential if social media doesn't tell you how great you are? Chernobyl is enduring wildfires, will X-Men emerge from the ashes? If you have a driveway, you can run a half marathon.

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09.04.20 Pt 2 - Pesach when you are Hindu is an interesting one - especially if one of your children is Jewish. WHO will be shunned by America because it's so China-centric. What you want to be careful about is anyone in political power using creative language. Bernie Sanders was crushed by Trump more than Biden, he was always out of the race... back to the hippie centre maybe?

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