The African Women’s Movement is a pro-women, pro-success group of professionals who are motivated and passionate about women inclusiveness in the economy. Laws of Life researcher Benji Schaimberg attended the official launch of the movement and caught up with some of the 300 attendees to find out why they are part of this movement, and how women can influence and change the sluggish South African economy.

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What’s it like to be a stay at home dad? More fathers are doing it. In studio, proud dads Cliff Becker, Deenin Padayachee and Michael Griffin.

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What would you do if your neighbour’s crowing roosters and other fowl kept you awake? In studio are Anelle and Roger Hills, who took their neighbours to court.

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Our children need to read! In studio, Chris Dykes of The Bookshelf Project, Nicci De Wet-Du Toit – Head of Operations for Field of Dreams Foundation, Martha Raholane – Principal at Laezonia Primary, Tadasi Hasanuma – South African Primary Education Support Initiative (Sapesi), and Shelley Arenson – Deputy Principal: Foundation Phase Crawford Preparatory.

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His ex-employer tried to interdict and restrain him from working within a geographical area of their salon, but the Court held that the agreement he had signed was unreasonable and against public policy. Twenty one-year-old hairdresser Joshua Vinciguerra and his attorney Zaheera Bobat of Bobat Incorporated Attorneys are in studio.

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The movement to empower each other and those around us! Founded by female professionals who have seen the value in networking among women from different backgrounds and sectors of the economy. Joining the team in studio is Refilwe Matenche and Simphiwe Mahlaba.

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We interview the beautiful and talented actress Chantal Stanfield, who tells us about the totally bizarre, completely hilarious, strangely moving and absolutely true story of what happened when the brownish girl from the Cape Flats got involved with a Jew-ish boy from Joburg’s East Rand! Now a theatre production.

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Cycling is one of the fastest growing sports in SA, but are we safe on SA’s roads? Recently, popular cyclist Andrew Bradford was killed after a hit and run in Randburg. His friend and fellow cyclist who witnessed the tragedy, Colin Anderson joins us in studio. Our cyclists are also being hijacked at gun and knife-point. Also joining us is Merlyn Jacobson of Illovo Cycle Works. Howard Dembovsky of Justice Project SA joins us online.

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“The targets were incapable of being achieved.” Garry looks at a case where someone was wrongly fired for missing sales targets. In studio, Steve Parkinson and legal advisor Nicolette Ras of Solidarity talk about the Appeal Court decision.

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Government tenders for business – in studio, Claire Tucker, Partner at Bowmans and Head of Public Law and Regulatory talks about the revised Preferential Procurement Regulations.

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