After the safety deposit boxes heist at FNB – are the losses recoverable? In studio are victims Kelly Fraser, Nicole Petyt and Eva Zeigler talking about their losses and whether safety deposit boxes are indeed safe.More Info
All the warning signals were there but it didn’t stop him scarring her for life. In studio, Ines Antonio tells her monstrous story. Joining her is Annerie du Plooy of the Hero Burn Foundation. The team also follows up with the ‘Fat Chef’ – South African Chef Albert Buitenhuis, back in South Africa after having been kicked out of New Zealand because the Kiwis rated him “too fat”.More Info
Fourteen million of our people go hungry daily but we dump surplus and wasted food valued at R60-billion per year. In studio, Attorney Nastascha Harduth explains how the law is starving the poor. How we die is a question that concerns every single mortal being. The team talks to Professor Sean Davison who gives his opinion on the Supreme Court of Appeal judgement handed down last month in the Robin Stransham-Ford case. Litigation is expensive and comes with enormous risk. With Litigation Funding available in South Africa, the legal landscape has changed for those who would not normally have access to our courts. Simon Kuper and Gary Sweiden are in studio to explain the concept.More Info
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.
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.More Info
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.More Info
The team speaks to Wayne Champion who was injured by a huge concrete block thrown through his windshield from a bridge.More Info