Lesego Maphanga and Simphiwe Petros discuss Penny Sparrow and the racial comments she posted on a social media platform and the backlash she got. The gents are joined by Asanda Gcoyi from ‎Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching, together they chat about numerous topics and current affairs.

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Mark Mduli leads a conversation on everything from politics, to music, pop culture and more. He and his crew are "The Worst Guys" because they are willing to say what others won't!

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Mark Mdluli is joined by his comedic guest, Reabetsoe Sesele, and leads a conversation on everything from politics, to music, pop culture and more. He asks the tough questions like – "Is Julius Malema the best leader SA has at the moment?" Also - "Should we reconsider the legality of euthanasia?"

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'Reflections into the Future' with South African cricketer, Mangaliso Mosehle and global shaper, Sibusiso Molimi.

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#TouchTheFuture with a Solar Study Lamp Schoolbag. Proudly invented and manufactured in South Africa by the dynamic and inspiring, Thato Kgatlhanye...

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The gents speak to a number of youths who they mentor. They discuss various issues facing the youth of South Africa and society at large, they give their own solutions that can be implemented...

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"Can you leave your mark in the corporate industry?" With the growing rate of people leaving the office for the sake of passion, lets delve into truth of this reality...

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Simphiwe Petros flies solo in the absences of Lesego Maphanga and Weza Matomane. He touches on rape and abuse and is joined by Theo Ngobeni, Owner and Creative Director at Mr Slimfit.

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Could we be co-existing with genetically modified humans within the next 2 years? Find out here! The gentlemen also speak to South African rapper Chad Da Don about the power of music.

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Looking through the eyes of a mineworker's child. The team talks to Melikhaya Soboyisi, a public health graduate who is making strides in his career. He talks about the revelation that it's not how you start, but how you finish, that really matters.

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