A Few Brave Broadcasters - #PureConversations take it to the next level!
#PureConversations is proudly brought to you by Windhoek and CliffCentral; hosted by the multi-talented and have interviewed the best of the best when it comes to well-known celebrity personalities, sporting heroes and corporate Kings.
In 2014, Gareth launched CliffCentral.com, an online content hub that specialises in podcasting and online radio. The content is uncensored and free from the regulations of the Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa (BCCSA). His former 5FM breakfast team, Leigh-Ann Mol, Damon Kalvari and Mabale Moloi joined him in the new venture, and initially featured as part of his team on The Gareth Cliff Show.
On 24 July 2019, Gareth Cliff introduced what is said to be one of the most "exciting" radio offerings to date - #PureConversations - a podcast giving icons and legends across industries the platform for 100% unfiltered, unscripted, and unedited conversations.
His first episode saw him host a panel of well-known South African broadcast personalities featuring Dj Fresh, DJ Sbu, Robert Marawa, and Tbo Touch, who confidently revealed the untold stories of broadcasting in South Africa. Following this highly successful episode with the legendary men, the microphone was handed to four iconic women in the industry.
But it's his latest episode that has everyone talking... Featuring 4 dynamic, powerful, influencial and strong women in broadcasting, namely: Bonang Matheba, Kuli Roberts, Masechaba Ndlovu, and Unathi Nkayi.
This #PureConversations episode hosted by Gareth Cliff went live at 19:30 on Wednesday 25th September, providing us with boundary-breaking insights and conversations that have never been heard before on any South African platform. Before the episode ended, #PureConversations was trending nationally on social media.
There's no doubt that Gareth Cliff has always been one to "say it like it is" and push the boundaries on radio, and we commend him for that! The below statements are testament to his work, his efforts and his missions.
“I didn’t understand the patriarchy until I entered commercial radio.” - Masechaba Ndlovu
“He asked me how big do I want to become? I said I want to be the biggest.” - Unathi Nkayi
“There's great power in knowing what to say no to. I'm led by love.” - Bonang
“People think we don't like each other but we love each other.” - Kuli Robert
For both episodes: Click here to listen now