Pt 2 - How many babies get abandoned daily in SA? Nobody knows the ACTUAL numbers... but it's a lot! Baby Savers South Africa is a national coalition of organisations, NPOs and Public Benefit Organisations that provide a safe alternative to unsafe baby abandonment through the use of Baby Savers. We meet co-founder Dr Whitney Rosenberg about their challenges, and the reality of an organisation of this nature.

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Pt 1 - Whether you want to accept it or not... grief and loss are inevitable. If anything, Covid has taught us that someone can be here today, and gone tomorrow. This week, we look at some tough truths and realities regarding how to deal with grief, and the better ways to get through it.

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Pt 2 - "Just yesterday someone left a two-week-old baby at my doorstep." These are the words of Cynthia Nomsa Dinalane, who opened up her own home to young children and abused women. She currently houses, feeds, educates and provides healthcare for close to 50 women and children within the Thembisa and Kempton Park area at Tshegofatsa Rona Welfare. She tells us more about her. daily work, and the hardships of running such an organisation with no funding or help from anyone.

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Pt 1 - Anxiety is a normal emotion. It’s your brain’s way of reacting to stress and alerting you of potential danger ahead. Have you ever suffered from social anxiety disorder, or do you suspect that you have? This episode will shed some light on the condition, and help you get the help that you might need.

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Pt 2 - President Cyril Ramaphosa recently signed three GBV legislations that places strong emphasis against granting of bail to the perpetrators of rape, sexual violence and GBV, but has this impacted the people on the ground affected by GBV continuously? Today we chat to Kentse Badirwang about a 6-year-old girl who was raped by 4 men in her community, and they have all been let out on bail. What more can we do?

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Pt 1 - "I love them both, how do I go about marrying them both?" Polygamy is a complex matter - but love is love! Lebang Kgosana tries to help one of our listeners Tshepo, as he is in love with both of his girlfriends and intends to marry them both. Where does he start?

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A few months ago we met the Shout-It-Now organisation, and they told us all about a new app they are developing. This week, Lean Hamandishe gives us an update on the work that has happened since at Shout-It-Now. The free data app has been launched, and over 10,000 South African girls in remote areas now have access to HIV/AIDS related healthcare services - free of charge!

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A lot of people don't think about rape, until it happens to them or someone close to them. Living in SA, rape happens daily, all around us - and we can't turn a blind eye to this reality. This may be triggering, but the truth is that rape in itself is a pandemic! So what can you do to help a rape victim once you have gone to the police? Who else can you turn to for assistance? Find out here!

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Pt 2 - Ithemba Recovery Foundation aims to provide help to those in need and is involved in different community initiatives - from substance abuse awareness programmes, to skills development programmes and feeding schemes. Meet Ithemba Recovery Foundation founder Mpho Mashele, who is an entrepreneur at heart, who also believes in helping the boy child.

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Pt 1 - How do you know if you are living a life of purpose? What if you are feeling a little unfulfilled? Fulfilment is an inside job, we create the feeling of being filled with - and then outward activity becomes a reflection of that inner experience. Finding your purpose is an ongoing journey, and after listening to this, you should feel encouraged to keep seeking your purpose!

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