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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Pt 2 - Meet Michee Atatala, a young Congolese man living in South Africa and giving back to his community in Turrfontein. Lebang Kgosana chats to Michee about his journey of giving homeless children a purpose, after being inspired by the late rapper, Nipsey Hussle. Michee takes matters into his own hands by teaching these children some new skills.

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Pt 1 - "You owe it to yourself to save yourself." Lebang Kgosana speaks about a type of Stockholm Syndrome, and what keeps us from leaving toxic relationships.

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Pt 2 - "We are not victims, we are survivors." Lebang Kgosana speaks to Onthatile Mokoena, as she brings us into the world of SHOUT-IT-OUT and the wonderful work they do for survivors of gender-based violence, and the education of young women and children around healthcare and HIV/AIDS.

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Pt 1 - Emotional abuse can happen in many places - the home and even the workplace. Lebang unpacks the traits of emotionally abusive relationships, and she shares advice on how to set boundaries to avoid being isolated from your family and friends.

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Pt 2 - Lebang Kgosana is joined by Refilwe Pieterse, as she shares her journey on giving children the ability to be there for themselves - no matter the hurdles.

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Pt 1 - How can we improve the mindset of the young black mind? Great Poroza has some answers! Lebang Kgosana speaks to Thato Moatlhodi, who challenges all the norms - from the way school is run, to gender norms... teaching the children today the skills of tomorrow.

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Pt 2 - There's nothing better than community... Lebang Kgosana shares our mission as South Africans on the journey of helping others.

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Pt 1 - 70% of black households in South Africa are fatherless. Lebang pleads for a call for action to all absent fathers as she unpacks the benefits of growing up with a present father. It is time to step up and stop normalising fatherless households.

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Pt 2 - “We read to know we're not alone.” Meet Thami Sibenya, tutor at the Atlegang bana foundation based in Dobsonville Soweto. They aim to uplift the minds of children by tutoring them on weekends and teaching them to read and improve their education.

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