Christmas is a family time, filled with love, joy and happiness. However, this is also a difficult time of year for many children who are surrounded with images of a happy family, but are being forced to cope as the abused, neglected, estranged, alienated or rejected. Luke Lamprecht, advocate for child protection and consultant for the Johannesburg Child Advocacy Forum, is the special guest in studio to discuss this with the team. Joining him is Suellen Sheehan.

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Bullied as a boy for being poor, losing his sister at a young age, and seeing all his money go. He has seen tough times but with the recent competition he won, he wants to make a difference for all. Benji Schaimberg, Researcher for the Laws of Life, has an open chat with the recently crowned SA Bachelor of the year 2016, Emanuel Pietersen.

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A groundbreaking new report has revealed that more than half (55%) of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) South Africans fear they will experience discrimination due to their sexual orientation or gender identity. Lerato Phalakatshela, Hate Crime Manager of OUT, unpacks all the frightening facts in the report – which a total of 2,130 South Africans participated in – and is labelled as the first ever national research report on LGBTI discrimination and hate crimes in South Africa. Saul Smith of Attorneys Dewey Hertzberg Levy joins the discussion.

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The team speaks to Wayne Champion who was injured by a huge concrete block thrown through his windshield from a bridge.

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Ian Fuhr is the special guest in studio. He talks about how he started Sorbet, a chain of beauty salons, and about putting people before profit.

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To commemorate World Aids Day which takes place this week, Garry talks to Ermelo attorney Sthembiso Radebe about her fight against HIV, achieving her goal of becoming an attorney, and how as a Legal Aid attorney she has a passion for justice and ubuntu. Also joining the team in studio is Luckboy Mkhondwane from the Treatment Action Campaign to discuss the work they do.

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Samantha Ngcolomba is a Southern African change maker, lawyer, businesswoman, social entrepreneur and founder of CSI Boutique – using the law as a tool to empower the African woman. Lady Liberty is a mobile legal office that travels to townships and remote communities within South Africa to use the law to emancipate vulnerable women.

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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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Kalyani Pillay is CEO of The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC)… she is in studio to discuss the latest banking scams and fraudster activity. Make sure that you don’t end up as a statistic!

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Garry speaks to Mark Coppin – founder member of Inanda Polo, and Craig James – Polo Manager of Inanda Club. They explain how although the game still appeals to the mink and manure glitterati, it is now open on a wider level to everyone.

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