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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How far can you go to access information held by the State and another person? Advocate Ronée Robinson SC, author of the book ‘Access to Information’ is in studio to discuss.

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Garry looks at the upcoming big musicals and what is being done to attract people back to the theatre. CEO of Gauteng Opera Marcus Tebogo Desando, and amazing tenor Phenye Modiane are in studio – as well as Aubrey Sekhabi, CEO of The State Theatre Pretoria, plus Bronwen Kerry of Bsharpentertainment.

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Are prospective candidates for employment lying about their qualifications and do they paint an entirely different picture of their past compared to what it really is? Did you know that over 11% of job applicants have a criminal record and many more have impaired credit records? Joining Garry in studio is Kirsten Halcrow of MIE, who discusses the rights of employers to conduct background checks and police clearances, and how to make more informed decisions within the framework of our law. Tarryn Sacher, an independent beauty business mentor, joins the discussion.

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Garry looks at the joy of reading. To talk about why reading is a big part of and how it enhances their lives, he’s joined by well-known actress and bookworm Chantal Stanfield, Executive Chairman of ReaderWorld Sipho J Mabaso, and Tshwane journalist Kabelo Chabalala.

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Are you a fan of Game of Thrones and have you ever wanted to dress up as Rob Stark and go slay the white walkers? Or command the dwarfish legions against the orcish hordes? What about flying alongside Luke Skywalker in a dogfight with Darth Vader? Join Garry as he chats to Grant Charlton, the godfather of this community in South Africa. Founder of Geekfest Richard Harman, Peter Van Dyk of 3+ gaming club, and Greg Walker of Warzone games club join to talk about the games we play.

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With all the money involved in horseracing, how is it managed in SA? What are the rules and laws in place to eliminate malpractice? The National Horseracing Authority explain how they regulate the sport in Southern Africa to maintain its integrity. Retired jockey Tex Lerena also joins the discussion.

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Garry speaks to members of the South African gay community to honour and stand in solidarity with the victims and survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, USA. What steps should be taken in SA to prevent such an atrocity happening here?

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Garry speaks to the family of Lee-Ann Palmarozza, whose body was found floating in a swimming pool at a luxury Mauritian resort. A court in Mauritius has subsequently acquitted her boyfriend of manslaughter. Then, two young door-to-door salesmen trying to sell tableware just to earn “a few bucks” pop in to chat. They are the jobless whose plights are critical, they are the kids with degrees with no guarantees.

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