Remember El Chapo? Well he's back in the spotlight as his court date looms, plus info emerges of his fancy murder room. Lion's Head is closing for 6 weeks, which is a disaster for Cape Town Instagram. A woman is almost killed by a road sign in Australia, Siya talks about some woman called Da Brat, and the Siya Kolisi racial debacle gets discussed. Radlyn Naidoo then joins the team to chat about his evolving music career and life with Tourettes.
9 Jan 2019 12AM
Society & Culture · News
26.09.23 Pt 1 - Nina Hastie is in the building, but thinks she’s been here before. Feeling dehydrated and sexless since the ‘90s - a lot has happened since we last spoke to her! Gareth and Nina get into what it’s like being a business owner, BTS, and boy bands…
26.09.23 Pt 2 - Are Koreans the new black? Nina Hastie’s stance on porn is that it needs better-looking men… do you agree? Self-accountability as told by Nina, plus an opportunity to light up your life.
22.09.23 Pt 2 - Simphiwe gives you groove etiquette 101 with the long weekend ahead. Ben is uncomfortable with a massage therapist touching him, after a recent butt crack exposure incident. And two of the biggest Springboks fans join the show - live from France.
22.09.23 Pt 1 - It’s Joburg vs Cape Town in the comments section, after Gareth suggested Joburg’s business district is superior. Simphiwe gives some simple advice, after a discussion about having kids comes up… and how often does Ben think of the Roman Empire?
21.09.23 Pt 2 - Rob Hutchinson - founding Director of OUTA and Dear South Africa - is in studio to discuss the Road Accident Fund, Pravin Gordhan's new state-owned company, and the saga of the fake Dear SA scammer call centre.