It’s been a while, but our returning champ Mighti Jamie is back! Phil Craig, an advocate for Cape Independence, also joins the team to give us an update on the movement, and he answers some of Phumi's tough questions around the numbers. They also weigh in on the invasion of Ukraine, the UN, and South Africa's stance on the whole saga.

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03.03.22 Pt 2 - Phil Craig and Mighti Jamie join Gareth and Phumi to unpack the big issues affecting the world - including the Ukraine invasion by Russia, South Africa's UN vote, and an update on the Cape Independence movement.

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03.03.22 Pt 1 - Phumi gives us a lesson on self love - and it starts with picking up your dog’s poop. Celebrities have their own take on the Russia/Ukraine crisis... and unsurprisingly it’s cringeworthy!

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This week the team chats to a man with a sound understanding of South Africa's political history and trajectory, with 30 years of experience in political, parliamentary, business, and civil society sectors. Lawson Naidoo helps to unpack various aspects of the Zondo Commission, taking a deeper look at accountability.

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15.02.22 Pt 2 - If you ever wanted to know what brings South Africans together - it’s complaining! Lebang shares her Home Affairs experience, which was totally different from Gareth’s licensing department experience!

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23.09.21 Pt 1 - How would you deal with a suggestive picture of yourself going viral? The team can’t resist talking about Richard Spoor’s photo that did just that. And, will cinemas still exist in the future?

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28.05.21 Pt 1 - When Gareth is away the team comes to play. But typically, everything that can go wrong somehow does. Siya shares an interesting story that involves an Uber offering some extra sexual activity.

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Another week in South African politics that has been anything but quiet. This week, key politicians came under the spotlight with new allegations of corruption. One of those politicians is Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize, who has spoken out at a briefing against the controversial multi-million rand communications tender awarded by his department to a company called Digital Vibes. Wayne Duvenage, CEO of the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse, chats to Gareth about all this and more. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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27.05.21 Pt 2 - Wayne Duvenage, CEO of the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA), chats to Gareth to unpack the latest political news... from the Dr Zweli Mkhize saga, to Jacob Zuma possibly being the scapegoat, and solutions to combat corruption.

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20.05.21 Pt 1 - Dating isn’t as simple as it used to be, as people now are quick to ghost someone or even leave a restaurant without telling their date... yikes, it’s tough out there! Another celebrity announces that they are non-binary, and Siya still thinks he can sing.

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