#GCS 16.7.15 Pt1

Ben gives his review of the new Entourage movie, he loved it. Gareth attacks Damon for belching, and other issues. Gareth receives an email defending Damon, but it backfires. What does Dr Ross Tucker think of Chris Froome's performance at the Tour de France? Ross is a Professor in Exercise Physiology. Anthea Gardner has the latest Greek news in The Money Shot, all about voting and resignations. If China sneezes, the world really can get sick. Then Justice Malala is back with The Burning Platform, brought to you by Nando's. Justice firmly believes it's time to look at our relationship with China. We need to confront this problem of Africans being so desperate to leave their countries for Europe.
16 Jul 2015 12AM English Explicit South Africa Society & Culture · News

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