This week Dr Mark is joined by Dr Claudia Do Vale, a nephrologist, to discuss the kidneys. They talk about the symptoms of kidney diseases, striking a balance on the amount of water you need to drink, and the things you can do to maintain kidney function. Brought to you by the T-Clinic.

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11.08.22 Pt 1 - Phumi recently attended a tribal council and shares how it all works and how things have transformed yet are still the same as the years have gone by. Gareth and Phumi share their thoughts on the latest WhatsApp features and tips on how to survive without water for the people of Tshwane.

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The elections are only days away, and that means you only have a few days left where the politicians will listen to you. I’m not going to bullshit you, I have been nothing but negative about politicians, and I resent them. I approach someone looking for my vote like I do an unctuous merchant trying to sell me fish that I can smell is past its sell-by date. With very few exceptions, these people are thieves, liars and parasites...

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Tuesday is for the boys! Paulo joins the team to discuss the state of Mauro Icardi's imploding relationship. After Manchester United's dismal performance over the weekend, is Ole really at the wheel? Does Ryan know that water is life or is it just for cleaning yourself? MKT tells us why the T20 World Cup is a shambles.

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24.05.21 Pt 1 - What’s a weekend without a little drama, as Siya shares how he had to deal with a revolting old man. And our favourite doctor, Dr Hanan Bushkin is back to give us some helpful mental health tips.

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It’s not the most obvious subject when it comes to technology, innovation and sustainability, but sanitation should be on your mind. If you don’t have sanitation, your life deteriorates and disease takes over; but if you do have it, you simply flush and forget. Professor Christopher Buckley has dedicated some 40 years to the Pollution Research Group, and along with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has studied and explored the challenges South Africa faces in water use and sustainability. He chats to Gareth Cliff about where we’re at and what’s next in human waste management.

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