In this brand new season of the Waterfall Podcast, we cross the globe to learn more about Smart Cities and the solutions they employ to improve the quality of life for their citizens. Season 3 of The Waterfall Podcast is launching on Friday 14 January 2022.

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Pt 2 - Imagine being in a life-threatening crisis, calling for help, and being unable to tell the operator what's happening - because you are deaf. South Africa has a deaf community of more than 4 million people. CEO of DeafTouch, Claybourne Appies, talks to Lebang Kgosana about the solutions that DeafTouch offers with the use of technology in designing, creating and hosting advanced communication service software for businesses, governments and citizens around the globe.

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Pt 1 - At the start of every new year, comes the oh so exciting "back to school" phase. A time for new parents to start a journey that will haunt them for the next 18 years! Lebang Kgosana shares some advice for parents on finding the right school for your child. Good luck mom and dad!

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Two returning champs launch The Burning Platform for 2022! Dumo Denga - a Libertarian and host of the ManPatria podcast, and Dr Jonathan Witt - a doctor with strong opinions. They discuss Zandile Mafe being a possible scapegoat, Lindiwe Sisulu, the State Capture report, and whether the end of the pandemic is in sight.

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13.01.22 Pt 2 - Dumo Denga and Dr Jonathan Witt join Phumi and Gareth to have a candid conversation about ending the State of Disaster, the parliament fire and Zandile Mafe being a scapegoat, Lindiwe Sisulu, the State Capture report and much more.

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13.01.22 Pt 1 - Mbulelo finds out what this year has in store for him according to the Chinese horoscope. Gareth thinks that if you are over 12 and doing TikTok dance videos, your parents are quite disappointed in you. The team then delve into an article about women being too emotional compared to men... and the research that debunks that theory.

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Pt 2 - Introducing Jabulani and Zanele Dlamini from Lingomso Foundation. Based in Thembisa, east of Johannesburg, the married couple speak about their shared journey of "filling in the gap" of parentless children, and also giving them positive role models to look up to.

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Pt 1 - It's not every day that social media gives you a gem of knowledge! Lebang Kgosana shares how to live a better life, from the most toxic place of all - TWITTER... and how to stop robbing yourself of happiness.

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Pt 2 - Meet Ntokozo Khumalo from Impilo Foundation. She shares with us some of the amazing work they do with young girls in and around the East Rand of Johannesburg. The Impilo Foundation focuses not only on helping them for a moment, but changing their whole mindset... and hopefully their whole lives.

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Pt 1 - Who you gonna call...?! When you get ghosted? Lebang Kgosana unpacks what to do "when the people you choose don't choose you."

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