A Family in Gauteng have had their lounge suite‚ microwave‚ bed headboards‚ printer and fridge (amongst other things) attached by a sheriff of the court because a father did not paid his daughter’s school fees. Garry talks to Tim Gordon, National CEO of The Governing Body Foundation, on the rights of both parent and school. Then, airlines routinely sell tickets to more people than the plane can seat, counting on people not to arrive. In the USA recently on a United Airlines overbooked flight, a security officer pulled a passenger out of his seat and dragged him down the aisle by his arms as he screamed hysterically. Could this happen in SA?More Info
What you don’t learn in Law School… in studio Garry speaks to Nonsikelelo Shezi, Alude Xuba and Thokozani Mthalane.
“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.More Info
In studio is Sean Early – the man who sued the police for smashing his property and wrecking his reputation.More Info
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.More Info
Hyde Park High School celebrates their 60th anniversary with the musical ‘The Heights’. In studio, Danielle Bentel – co-director and organiser of the show, Stefania Du Toit (co-director and choreographer), and student Sibusisiwe Mahlangu. The show opens on 3 May 2017 and ends on 6 May 2017.More Info