Lawyer turned writer, journalist, columnist and commentator – Denis Beckett is in studio with the team. Who can forget his long-running actuality TV series, ‘Beckett’s Trek’ – a South African favourite.

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Garry chats to Brian and Elke Day, the parents who adopted two beautiful girls, Buhle and Senze. They also discuss the process of adoption, and how with nearly two million orphaned, abandoned, and vulnerable children in South Africa, adopting a baby could be the love that changes a life.

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In studio, Samuel Khanye and Victor Moyo discuss how the Constitutional Court has just overturned their conviction. Joining them – Carolyn Raphaely of the Wits Justice Project and Human Rights Lawyer Egon Oswald.

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Prader–Willi Syndrome – is there a cure? The team talks to Gila Sacks who cares deeply for Caden, the boy with this rare genetic disorder.

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“I urinated blood because of an injury to my manhood.” A news photographer covering the Oscar Pistorius trial was brutally assaulted by the cops. In studio – Dumisani Sibeko on how he got his own back.

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What you don’t learn in Law School… in studio Garry speaks to Nonsikelelo Shezi, Alude Xuba and Thokozani Mthalane.

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“It is time to move from indignation to action. I was sexually abused by a trusted teacher and first team rugby coach when I was just 17.” Rees Mann of South African Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse tells his story… and contributing on the law, Advocate Tertius Wessels of Labour and HR Solutions company STRATA-G is also in studio.

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In studio is Sean Early – the man who sued the police for smashing his property and wrecking his reputation.

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Jan de Beer – Forensic Executive with the Attorneys Fidelity Fund – discusses crooked lawyers who steal Trust monies. Then, Thomas Harban – General Manager of the Attorneys Insurance Indemnity Fund – looks at lawyers who negligently botch your case.

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The more things change, the more they stay the same… Garry Hertzberg speaks to Dr. Wendy Orr, who while working in the medical examiner’s office in Port Elizabeth, became the first and only doctor in government employment to reveal police torture and abuse of political detainees in the 1980s. Then – Attorney Egon Oswald was the first South African lawyer to have prosecuted SA with human rights violations and torture at the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva and won his case. He is also the attorney who acted for 231 St. Albans Port Elizabeth prisoners who were allegedly tortured by members of correctional services.

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