What is SATTA and what is their core focus? The lockdown and banning of tobacco has led to a breakdown in the relationship between government and the tobacco industry. Can this be salvaged? How much money is the tobacco black market making daily, and why is this harmful to South Africans across the board? Has the ban served its purpose? Zacharia Motsumi, spokesperson for SATTA, details why he is advocating for South Africa's government to #LiftTheBan. To pledge your support vist lifttheban.org.

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03.08.20 Pt 2 - Getting invited to a wedding shouldn't be a given, just because you're a relative... what's a great way to make people earn the invite? Dreams shouldn't be a place for radio presenters, it's for ancestors. Is Mabuza dead or alive? It's not clear what stinks more, government in South Africa or the Love Island house. The Scottish accent is tough to love, unless Billy Connolly's the one speaking.

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28.07.20 Pt 2 - The great lesson of lockdown might just be how children adjust better than adults to seismic change. The Vikings back in the day went to collect two types of booty. If you shoot a criminal and they die, you should pray for them... it's the right thing to do. How are our parents expressing their love to us during lockdown, and should we be more grateful for their long messages? If you want to party, get an Amish friend for a year - but be sure to strap yourself in!

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