This week's show sees the return of the host with the most Yaw Majesty and Khanyi. The boys interview the music and acting experimental artist Love Sechaba, who gives a wonderful live performance and shares some insight on his life as a multi-faceted creative. We also discuss media ownership and how people run the world.

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So much competition, so many records to beat and mountains to climb. What does it take to make it? And as always, #TheWorstGuysCypher.

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The UCD team gets a chance to converse with Mbombela-born songstress Chiano Sky Kruger. In the energy packed interview, the songstress shares stories of her music come up, and how the Aunty collab with Kid X came about. She also gives some insight on what to expect from her coming album, 'Same Same But Different'... and you'll never guess who she said she would smash!

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Bongani speaks to Jake Willis, a recruitment expert, to get tips on how companies can make sure young people stay longer, building a 'millennial-friendly' working environment, and how job seekers can find and keep jobs. Jake also shares his entrepreneurial journey and ideas for business growth.

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Khanyisa sits down with Dumi Gumbi and Petronella Tshuma, the producer and main actress in 'The Tokoloshe' - one of the first mainstream horror movies produced, shot and edited right here in South Africa. Then singer and songwriter Lucille Slade shares her soulful vocals and inspiring plans for her music in the future.

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Weza Matomane chats to Ancillar Mangena, who shares her unwavering passion and zeal for journalism... from the streets of Bulawayo in Zimbabwe scrambling for street kids stories, to working for one of Africa’s most respected magazines.

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What role do the masses play on the mental well-being of celebrated people? Are we the cause of their depression? And as always, #TheWorstGuysCypher.

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Bongani Tau is joined by One Young World ambassadors Lerato Selialia, Tshepiso Ramotsehoa and Sibusiso Malinga who unpack their experience of the 2018 One Young World summit in the Hague, Netherlands.

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From talented musicians making waves in South Africa, to powerful business-minded women opening up restaurants and creating make-up brands... listen for all your inspirational needs.

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The team is joined in studio by Nigerian hip-hop artist Spender. Spender takes the team through his music journey, he shares stories about the harsh reality of the music industry, introduces us to his brother and business partner, and reveals his future plans following the release of his latest single with Da L.E.S.

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