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    • Nick

      An entertainer at heart who just wants to change one person's world at a time. Sports, music, camp-fires and singing on the Ukulele; don't have moments, create them.

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  • 10:00-12:00

    Am2Pm 10:00-12:00

    • Emma

      From Paarl - Emma is a proud alumni of La Rochelle Girls High School. When she's not discovering new local bands, you'll probably find her exploring the mountain regions, spending time in the ocean or planning her next trip with friends to a hidden gem of a town in SA (and if she's not doing it, she's probably daydreaming about it).

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    Halftime Show 12:00-14:00

    • Hunter

      Hunter studied drama, then did her honours in media and production, but always had an intense passion for sport since the days she played tennis and netball competitively. A great Saturday to her will be sport in the morning or afternoon along with a picnic/braai and theatre at night if possible. #sportXentertainment

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    Lunch 14:00-16:00

    • Axola

      Axola Mavumbe, a true Gemini in every sense with a bubbly personality that is always accompanied by a warm smile, yet an attentive, serious and thoughtful side that comes through quite often. She loves everything Entrepreneurship, Women Empowerment and Africa.

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    Drive 16:00-19:00

    • Marilize

      Marilize is an aspiring actress that lives by the following key facts of life. Time spent watching a good film is never wasted time. Puns are not over-rated. Coffee is life. Exercise was invented so we can eat more! … Oh and in the wise words of Florence Foster Jenkins, “They may say I can’t sing, but they can never say I didn’t sing.”

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    • Sam

      Sam is from Jozi but considers herself a Capetonian, she has her Honours in Social Work, she has always lived by the quote "Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you."- Princess Diana. She is a heavily passionate believer in the 3 P's of life: people, popcorn and puppies . She is a fun loving and bubbly person. When she isn't behind the microphone she is exploring South Africa and documenting her passion for wild life through photography. Sam hopes to one day be a master of all trades, she enjoys culinary arts, photography, wild life and all things radio.

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    • Dylan

      Dylan is a student by day and a professional napper, rapper and snacker by night. Currently studying a BCom with an emphasis on fantasy football. Putting the Dyl in Delightful and he’ll keep you on your toes and laughing throughout the day. He is the sport news reader on the daily The Drive Show.

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  • 19:00-22:00

    Detour 19:00-22:00

    • Fauzia

      So I am a Capetonian, you know the South Easter wind? I aim to blow your mind like that. - I love fashion and writing poetry. I think I am funny but know i'm not- want to hear a flow joke? A river!

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Tough Love – Get Out

Tough Love – Get Out

Spoilers alert!

This critically acclaimed psychological thriller, is a well thought out story with some beautiful symbolism drawn through the film. It really takes a look at how some personal trauma from your childhood could influence the way you experience the world later in life. It’s also very daring in its commentary on race, at one point the words “Black is in fashion” is used.

The psychological theories are executed well with excellent character development and good casting of actors; however I did feel that the thriller aspect was underwhelming.

The film has a long, disjointed exposition and all the action is essentially packed into the last 15 minutes of the film. I think they could have shifted some of their focus to building more tension. When you watch the film for the second time though, a lot of the foreshadowing does become apparent but not everyone watches a film 2 or 3 times in a row … that said; the humour was appreciated.

7/10

Written by Marilize du Plessis

MFM 92.6

February 20th, 2018

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