25.03.22 Pt 2 - Unam and Ungowakho Madolo are sisters and authors - and both under the age of 15. The pair joins the show to talk about their books and to share an emotional message to their parents. Leigh-Ann shares the 2022 list of the safest countries to visit In Africa.

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10.02.22 Pt 1 - If you ever need a travel buddy, Phumi is your girl! Simphiwe’s intern joins the team to share his story, and what he will be doing over the next couple of weeks at CliffCentral.

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Your favourite trio Mbulelo, Lebang, and Simphiwe bring the heat once again.

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22.12.21 Pt 2 - Gareth shares his recent Christmas shopping experience, which left him a bit traumatised! Kate Turkington - one of South Africa's best-known broadcasters, travellers and travel writers - joins the team to talk about still being busy at her age, and how she thinks the Garden Route is overrated.

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It seems like the whole team is on the same page when it comes to voting. There are rumours that Joe Biden might have embarrassed himself in a stinking manner. And what's a show without a bit of complaining? This time around has to do with bandages.

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19.10.21 Pt 2 - Lebang is going to Cape Town and both Gareth and Mbulelo agree that Cape Town makes for a great mistress, but not a wife. This leads to them having a conversation about millennials being obsessed with travelling and finding their purpose through it.

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20.09.21 Pt 2 - A fan of the show is in need of advice, so the team share their two cents. Dr Barry Shmeizer joins the show to talk about his Manchester United collection... and we can safely assume that Leigh-Ann would love to have Ronaldo on her pomp bed!

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Are you anything like Siya’s mom who has a mask for every occasion? Gareth and Leigh-Ann are slightly proud of themselves as they managed to lose a couple of kgs in a week. Onke Vulidobo Sitwayi, founder of No One Left Behind - a non-profit organisation - is a young man trying to make a difference in his community by committing to walking for 27 days from Johannesburg to Cape Town to raise funds for education and upliftment projects.

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This week JJ Cornish shares insights on the citizens of Tunisia, who are on the streets protesting the bullying of a shepherd who let his flock stray too close to a government building. Find out how Tunisians punch above their weight diplomatically, dining out on their identity as Africans, Arabs and Mediterraneans. Brought to you by Johannesburg Business School.

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13.01.21 Pt 2 - Nudists are fine, but would it be ok with you if your doctor or accountant were known practitioners of naturalism? The team theorises about the trend for chat groups to automatically descend into porn hubs. They also agree that it’s important to always look your best in naked selfies - you never know when your pictures are going to be leaked on the internet… Finally, a top tip: if you're a kidnapper, ask for your ransom in bitcoin because it can't be traced.

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