Award-winning writer, media developer, and radio documentary producer Paul McNally discusses his latest book, The Street and his involvement in The Citizen Justice Network project.

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Convicted rapist and former tennis champion Bob Hewitt’s final appeal bid has been dismissed. Suellen Sheehan, who was raped by Hewitt when she was just 12 years old, speaks out about how she feels about Hewitt having to start serving his 6-year prison term.

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Chantelle Gladwin-Wood – partner of law firm Schindlers, who specialises in all areas of commercial and residential property law – talks about important property issues and recent court decisions that impact on property owners and tenants. Her latest victory against the City of Ekurhuleni has been acclaimed as good news for property owners.

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Cat Steyn Rieper, Vika Mjoka and Portia Masentle talk about how the Lalela Project provides educational arts for ‘at risk’ youth, to spark creative thinking and awaken the entrepreneurial spirit.

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Are values like honesty, integrity and ethics mythical creatures in the workplace? Johan Botes, a partner at the law firm Baker & McKenzie, talks about employment law and labour relations, and the legal duty of employees to report misconduct in the workplace.

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An App that can save your life by simply using your smartphone and the click of a button? Garry chats to Romeo Dickason from Ahead of the Curve about ICE Bear. He then gets the latest developments on 10111 from ‘Bulletproof Mom’ Gill Lindsell.

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Imagine going to bed every night wondering where he is? Is he ok? Is he alive? This is an ongoing reality for Ilze Mc Kenzie, who opens up to Garry about not seeing her brother in nine months and how she is desperately trying to find out the mystery surrounding his disappearance.

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At 2:20am on a freezing morning in August 2016, a mother received a frantic call from her college student daughter Kim who was calling her from inside a cupboard she was hiding in whilst the home in which she was staying was being ransacked. All she said on the phone was “Help me mommy, help me – there are men in the house”. Hear the chilling story from ‘Bulletproof’ mom Gillian Lindsell and how the 10111 emergency line and SAPS let them down and how she is now on a mission to make a change to a very broken system of non-delivery.

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Graeme Wilson is the CEO of Whipping the Cat, which is not a law firm, but offers tailored legal services using different business models in the legal services industry. Garry chats to him to find out more.

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For the first time ever, the Joburg Theatre’s Mandela stage will showcase a collaboration between three dance companies from opposite corners of the country. Joining the team in studio are some of the performers.

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