Garry speaks to the family of Lee-Ann Palmarozza, whose body was found floating in a swimming pool at a luxury Mauritian resort. A court in Mauritius has subsequently acquitted her boyfriend of manslaughter. Then, two young door-to-door salesmen trying to sell tableware just to earn “a few bucks” pop in to chat. They are the jobless whose plights are critical, they are the kids with degrees with no guarantees.

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Have you ever felt embarrassed, insecure and confused after unwanted sexual conduct at the office? One such victim who took on her employer tells her story. Our courts have determined that “trying your luck” is sexual harassment. Learn what your rights are! Also hear about an online counselling service that fell victim to a calculated fraudster that cost their company hundreds of thousands of Rands.

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Recently retired Banyana Banyana star Portia Modise talks about the cruelty of 'corrective rape' on gay women in the townships, and how widespread this evil is. Then, Claire Mcfarlane - the South African-born Australian who was brutally raped in Paris and left for dead some years ago - is running 16km of beach in 184 countries to create a dialogue about rape.

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The more things change, the more they stay the same... Garry Hertzberg speaks to Dr. Wendy Orr, who while working in the medical examiner's office in Port Elizabeth, became the first and only doctor in government employment to reveal police torture and abuse of political detainees in the 1980s. Then - Attorney Egon Oswald was the first South African lawyer to have prosecuted SA with human rights violations and torture at the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva and won his case. He is also the attorney who acted for 231 St. Albans Port Elizabeth prisoners who were allegedly tortured by members of correctional services.

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Imagine living with ongoing fatigue and excessive daytime sleepiness, disruptive and non-refreshing sleep, difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep, and insomnia? Garry Hertzberg speaks to people with these sleep disorders who live with 'Chronic Fatigue Syndrome'. This illness, with brain dysfunction and many other distressing symptoms, is recognised as a medical condition but a diagnosis of this complex condition still poses a problem. Then, Dreams and Dream Interpretation with Helen Randal-Smith, an intuitive Energy Healer.

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Celebrity chef Yudhika Sujanani speaks out about the family friend that preyed on her underage daughter. The team also takes a look at what measures can be taken to protect children online.

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Join Garry Hertzberg for a two-part show about how a young woman named Nonkululeko was kept afloat by a modern day Good Samaritan in conjunction with Premier Hotels and is saving water for our future - a watershed moment for humanity.

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Guest Nondumiso opens up to Garry Hertzberg and the team and gives a glimpse into the soul stripping phenomenon of revenge porn and how she sought revenge. Also, find out about the titillating movements that are being made in the sex industry.

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Ever wonder what happens to you after you pass on? This edition is all about autopsies with Dr B who’s a Forensic Pathologist (and Magician). Then, Edward Mmolaeng who is seeking answers about the tragic death of his young daughter...

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April 12th is International Day for Street Children. It’s promoted as “a platform for the millions of street children around the world – and their champions.” In light of this, Garry Hertzberg is joined by Joe Theron, producer of the hit stage musical ‘Africa Umoja’, who’s helped street children become stage stars.

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