The place we spend most of our time at is work. So, are you happy there? The team is joined by Etienne du Plessis, an embalmer from Martin’s Funerals; Pam Gishan, a chocolate taster; Hayley Founteine who’s a hearing-impaired skincare therapist and comedian Alyn Adams. They tell us about their 8-5 routines and why they […]

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A year and a half ago Garry met Christopher Naku, a beggar whose dream it was to become a gospel singer. Since Garry made it his mission to help, Christopher has performed on “It’s Gospel Time” and has recorded two songs. Today we speak with Christopher and see how his life has changed.

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Plea bargaining is relatively new in South African law having being introduced in 2001. In the U.S.A., 85 – 95 % of all cases are disposed of through guilty pleas, mostly as a result of negotiations and plea bargains. Today the law team and guests, Thea Smit from SPCA Virginia and Senior Adv. Dawie Joubert […]

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Property owner Thorsten Weiss has been trying to tackle his tenant for rent but has had no success. Elize Le Roux, a property litigation, evictions and rental recoveries lawyer from SSLR, joins the legal team to tell us about the terms, conditions and processes involved in getting your bad tenant to pay or hit the […]

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LegalWise is turning 30 this month! Chris Faulkner from LegalWise and his team join the Laws of Life team to tell us about this milestone. Today’s show focuses on reconciliation and forgiveness as an alternative to traditional punishment. It’s about the restorative justice process. It promotes healing and restitution, forgiveness and tolerance. Mike Batley from […]

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Today the Laws of Life team are joined by Marius Van Rensburg a property law partner at Schindlers, and Graem May of Aramex and they’re discussing the legal issues around the purchase and sale of residential properties. If you buy a house VOETSTOOTS and find the roof is leaking or there’s damp in the bedrooms […]

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Counterfeiting or the knockoff goods industry is one of the fastest growing economic crimes of modern times. It is a highly sophisticated network of organized crime, worth an estimated 600 billion US Dollars. On today’s show the Laws of Life team are joined by Dr Andrew Dickson and Mohamed Kader and they discuss The Counterfeit […]

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Today we introduce a new slot about your community legal issues with Megan McLean of the Caxton Group who represents the “Voice of the Community”. Then Garry and Kate talk to Jess, who went all the way to Arizona to meet a man she met on an online dating site. Needless to say things didn’t […]

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Today The Laws of Life team and their panel of guests focus on the new DNA Act in South Africa which came into effect earlier this year. They tell us how the new laws will regulate the taking of DNA, how DNA will be retained and stored, as well as how comparative searches against databases […]

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Cable and metal theft costs South Africa an estimated R5 Billion per year. Today the Laws of Life team and guests discuss the implementation of the Second Hand Goods Act and how attempts are being made with the new laws to curb the scourge of cable theft.

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