Last year, The Laws of Life brought you the story of Chris, the man who was awaiting a kidney donation, Garry and Kate have him back to celebrate organ donor month… and he is a survivor!

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“I’m coloured and I’m a moffie - SO WHAT?” Garry Hertzberg and Kate Pater hear from a man who battled severe depression and came to terms with who he is. Depression has become known as the common cold of mental illness. As many as 1 in 6 South Africans suffer from depression...

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Is having sex in your car at night on the side of the road illegal? Why should it be? Also revealing his story, is an innocent man who was shot in cold blood by policemen and then sent to prison in a wheelchair.

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“No Short Term Identity Crises.” The team is joined by a woman, living in a shack, with no form of identification, deceased parents and no proof she is South African. Then tackling the topic of discrimination, Garry and Kate are joined by a woman who was refused an account at a retail outlet because she […]

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You have your bags packed, passports ready and you are amped for the trip of a lifetime… but wait, your tickets are a fraud and you are stranded in the airport. What do you do next? Garry and Kate are joined by a panel of experts to discuss just this.

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Garry Hertzberg and Kate Pater have an open, honest, uncut and unapologetic interview with a sex worker. They find out what percentage of her clients are married or are in committed relationships. On the legal side, they ask about the legal implications of buying sex and whether or not you can go to jail if […]

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An innocent man spent 11 years in prison for a murder he did not commit. Thembekile Molaudzi had to lie to his son and say “daddy will be home soon”, even though he knew he was serving life. He was tortured and bashed around in prison for years, but never gave up. Thembekile speaks out […]

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“Injured body, crushed dreams!” The sad story of a promising student being clobbered by a hockey stick in a school game and how her life was shattered. On the legal side Garry and Kate ask whether you can successfully sue your opponent for monetary damages if the injury was against the rules, let’s take a […]

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Candice Mama, daughter of the late Glenack Masilo, managed to forgive the man who killed her father during apartheid, that man just happens to be Eugene de Kock. Garry and Kate are also joined by Anemari Jansen, author of ‘Eugene de Kock: Assassin for the State’. Anemari spent three years getting into the mind of […]

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Do you believe in the saying “no good deed goes unpunished”? Garry and Kate chat to their Youth Day guest who has a remarkable story to tell. She is one of life’s heroines and good Samaritans who rescued a young girl from disaster, what happened to our rescuer and the accusation that she obstructed justice […]

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