[LISTEN] Here's Stephen Grootes's Friday ritual when he gets home

Stephen Grootes opened the show by asking if listeners have a Friday ritual. Grootes talked about his personal Friday ritual by saying that he pulls into his drive way, takes a deep sigh, and reminds himself that the week is over.

What I find interesting at the moment is that I feel less pressured at the end of the week.

Stephen Grootes, 702 presenter

Grootes then touched on the world of politics by commenting on Matshela Koko’s refusal to leave Eskom. Grootes adds that Koko seems to be public enemy number two.

Two years ago most people wouldn’t have heard of him (Matshela Koko).

Stephen Grootes, 702 presenter

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