Suellen Sheehan, a victim of convicted rapist, Bob Hewitt, gives us her first interview since the trial. She opens up about her traumatic experiences. Hear the story first hand from the woman who took centre stage in securing this rapist’s conviction.

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Do you feel that you’ve been treated unfairly by a bank, cell phone provider, retail store, micro lender, or any credit provider, but you’re unsure of your rights? Are you been hounded by debt collectors for an old gym contract or other unlawful debt? Is the interest and legal fees claimed from you outrageously high? […]

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Statistics show that one in six men has been sexually molested or raped as a child. On this edition of The Laws of Life, Garry and Kate speak with three men who have all been through traumatic sexual abuse. All three have fought back, and are now helping other survivors come forward and be healed.

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After an invitation by the Presidency for people to send suggestions for the State of the Nation Address, the request for dagga to be legalised made up the majority of the recommendations. Julian Stobbs and Myrtle Clark (The Dagga Couple) join the show, discussing how they are challenging the constitutionality of the Drugs and Drug […]

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“Informal waste collectors” are the trolley pushers on the roads with heaps of garbage. Often times they are abused by drivers and many have been killed after being knocked down. We debate if they are a menace that should be removed, or if they have an important function in recycling waste and improving the environment.

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It’s “Reality Law” as Garry interviews people who have lived through or experienced something incredible. At the same time their stories highlight how the legal implications can be used to serve you.

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In most countries, if a citizen is arrested abroad, they can be transferred to a prison in their own country to serve part of their sentence. South Africa is one of the few countries that does not have Prison Exchange Agreements. We talk to people and family members who have been on the inside as […]

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Shrein Dewani was acquitted of murdering his wife without being required to give evidence. However, Dewani may be publicly cross-examined about Annie’s killing after a British coroner revealed he is planning an inquest into her death. Therefore the team explore the inquest procedure and whether this could help bring Dewani to his knees. The team […]

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The team discuss helicopter, free range and tiger parents. We also find out just how difficult it is for schools to recover school fees; can they take your house, or get a garnishee order on your salary? Also can a kid be booted out of a school if his/her parents don’t cough up?

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The team is following in the Proteas’ example and wearing pink. Two breast cancer survivors, Dale Ten Hope and Leslie – Ann Bennet come into studio to honour the many women who have fought this disease. And they chat to the law team about prioritising the importance of self examination and early detection.

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