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Tabitha Lage

Did you know that human trafficking is the second largest organised crime, superseded only by drug trafficking? The harsh reality is that unlike most items‚ you can resell a person over and over again. From forced labour on farms and fishing trawlers‚ to domestic servitude, to sexual exploitation on the streets, to behind closed doors in illegal brothels... we see many different forms of exploitation here. Tabitha Lage is the CEO and Co-Founder of Hope Risen, an organisation founded in 2009 with the vision to spread love, hope and justice in the quest to end modern day slavery and exploitation. She chats to Gareth to shed more light on this matter, and to teach more about what we all can do about human trafficking.

Anthony Hamilton

Grammy Award-winning R&B and soul musician Anthony Hamilton has hit our shores once more, to take over the country with his soulful sounds. Hailed as the King of Soul, his timeless voice has birthed hit songs including "Best Of Me", "Never Love Again", "Pass Me Over", "Pray For Me", "I Cry", "Comin’ From Where I’m From" and "Freedom", just to mention a few. Discussing his recent visit to South Africa and his colourful career, he chats to Gareth here.

Trevor Watkins

After reading Ayn Rand in the early 1980s, Trevor Watkins became a keen libertarian and has been involved with the movement ever since.

Simply put, libertarians believe that people should be able to do whatever they desire as long as their actions do not harm others. As a result, Libertarians want to limit the government's power so people can have as much freedom as possible.

Trevor, the co-founder of the 'Individualist Movement', chats to Gareth to break down what libertarianism is in his own words, and why he believes in it.

Bonang Mohale

We can do well, as we do good - that's Bonang Mohale's message in this powerful conversation, as he explains how business should govern with humanity for more positive impact, as he writes in his new book, 'Lift As You Rise'. The CEO of Business Leadership SA draws from more than 30 years of business experience as he discusses ideas very close to him: The purpose of business, being "other" and not "self" centred, self-worth, and the essence of authentic leadership.

Mark Oppenheimer

It’s almost become the buzzword we’re hearing more and more in the news and social conversations: hate speech. What does it constitute? What defines an open, democratic society? Why is the Hate Speech Bill still such a heated conversation point? Using the Velaphi Khumalo racial slur case as an example, amongst others, Gareth takes on these questions in this conversation with Advocate Mark Oppenheimer.

Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa

The ever-so-radiant Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa is a woman on a mission! In the midst of her acting and business endeavours, she is now planning a tribute to the legacy of the late Statesman, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela and his centennial, through the inaugural Forever Young Ball & Gala Dinner. She speaks to Gareth about how her childhood influenced her Enhle Cares Foundation, raising her family with husband, DJ Black Coffee, and living her international, fabulous, zesty, spirit-filled life!

Alessandro Khojane

What's the Johannesburg wining and dining scene like? One of the best people to answer this is famed restauranteur and entrepreneur Alessandro Khojane, who has international culinary experience. From his childhood in Italy as the son of a diplomat, to serving the likes of David Beckham and US basketball player Carmelo Anthony, hear his incredible story here.

Rosie Thomas

Imagine spending 309 days following chimpanzees for a documentary, and learning an unprecedented amount about these fascinating animals? BBC director/producer Rosie Thomas was able to undertake this epic adventure for a new Sir David Attenborough series titled 'Dynasties'. The natural history filmmaker is in SA to give a new perspective on the landmark shows, and she speaks to Gareth about some of her stand-out moments while working on the project, and her unique career.

Gavin Moffat

The definition of "success in business" seems to be redefined by Gavin Moffat and the work that he's doing. As a communications expert, he's interestingly incorporating the lessons he's learned from his scuba diving experience into his job. What are the parallels or the similarities between the two? Gareth learns from Gavin, in light of his new book, 'Swimming with Sharks: Simple Business Guidelines for a Complex World'.

Justin Cohen

Get your notepads out and ready as Justin Cohen has many lessons to impart in this conversation with Gareth. The international speaker and author has tips and tricks on how to present, persuade and close the deal (in and out of the office), as based on his latest book, 'Pitch To Win'.

Jacques Basson

You know the name, you've probably listened to the podcast but here's the chance to the hear the story behind it all: Jacques Basson chats to Gareth Cliff. With his roots planted in Riebeeckstad, he's studied at the Free State University and taken the world by storm - first in the corporate world and then as an entrepreneur. His fascination with business is what has lead him to host the Klipkouers podcast, weekly conversations with African impact makers. Get to know more about him here.

Stevens Mokgalapa

What is liberialism? And how is liberalism in Africa? To answer these questions Gareth speaks to MP and President of the Africa Liberal Network, Stevens Mokgalapa, to learn more. With his background in working for the City of Tshwane and being actively involved in community development projects, there is a great wealth of knowledge for him to draw from.

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