Mickey Roothman is an Entrepreneur, Business Development and Brand Strategist, Coach, Speaker and Author… she explains how to transform your business, your brand, and your life.

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Gratitude is more than simply saying “thank you.” In studio is celebrity chef Yudhika Sujanani on what gratitude means to her. It is said that everything in our lives has the ability to improve when we are grateful and that grateful kids are even more likely to get As in school. Today we ask, what does gratitude mean to you?

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In studio are Wayne and Michelle Wickham, who lost their teenage son in a horrific accident in Stellenbosch. The events of the evening of the accident and how the case subsequently played out – with the family taking the case all the way to the Constitutional Court – has far reaching repercussions from an emotional and legal standpoint for us all. Attorney Derek Wille joins in the discussion from Cape Town.

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Prof. Gérard Labuschagne of threatsa.co.za, and previously head of the South African Police Service’s (SAPS) specialised Investigative Psychology Section (IPS), talks about his role in investigations of psychologically motivated crimes like serial murders, serial rapes, muti murders, paedophilia, intimate partner murders, child abductions, kidnappings, and mass murders. He also talks about the importance of Threat Assessment.

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Garry speaks to 12-year-old Emma Blacher about her role as Little Orphan Annie in the world’s favourite family musical.

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The guest is Douglas Gibson – former member of Parliament for DA and chief whip, spokesman on Safety and Security, Justice, Correctional Services, Defence and Transport. He was also previously Ambassador to Thailand. The lawyer with an Honours degree in Political Science talks about the state of our country and how we need to fix our politics.

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Dating and the art of conversation – Garry looks at first date turn-ons and turn-offs with Jan Mannix of The Dinner Club SA.

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A Durban schoolboy was attacked by a bully on a frightening video that has gone viral. More than half of South African students admit to being tormented and harassed by a bully. It’s time to fight back and beat the bullies! SA Batchelor finalist 2016 and motivational speaker Emanuel Pietersen – who was bullied from an early age – joins the show to discuss this issue. On the legal side, Garry discusses what legal remedies are available.

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu has said that a dignified death is our right and that he is in favour of assisted dying. The question is how valid is a Living Will? Can you direct your family and doctors in a Living Will to withdraw or withhold treatment so that you can die with dignity? The law on this is extremely interesting. Also, with forged wills leaving rightful heirs penniless, the team talks to The South African Registry of Wills, a private organisation striving to get people to register their wills with them. Attorney Ashley Gittens of Gittens, Youngman and Associates of Benoni joins the conversation.

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‘Fathers for Africa’ is an organisation headed by Kevin Ruttner… he speaks to Garry and the team about how fatherlessness is one of the most significant family/social problem facing South Africa. Also in studio is Attorney Ashley Gittens of Gittens, Youngman and Associates of Benoni.

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