Glynis Horning experienced something no parent ever should. Her 25-year-old son Spencer committed suicide two years ago. Glynis shares her deeply moving and personal story with us, and approaches it from the point of view of being a mother, and also as an award-winning journalist, who has specialised in the field of mental health. This isn’t an easy interview to listen to, but it’s something we should all think about, and hope not to experience ourselves.

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Is the notion of 16 Days of Activism purely performative, or are South African authorities actually serious about quashing this social ill? How important is it for people to know who pays for a newspaper organisation to be in business? Is Cyril Ramaphosa losing the trust of South Africans across the board? Julius Malema has been exposed for lying about vile abuse - what is the apt punishment for this? Corruption must be high level and sophisticated, or you shouldn't do it... the ANC is being exposed for having no price point for their deals with the devil. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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26.11.20 Pt 2 - Is a beard the sign of a truly distinguished gentleman? What are the concerns of the general public in Welkom? If you are a part of the South African citizenry, should you ignore gaslighting from people like Julius Malema? Has South African journalism descended into the sewer in terms of quality and integrity?

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17.11.20 Pt 2 - Chinese journalists who have reported on Covid-19 and its effects on life in China are being held in prison - how do we deal with advocating for their civil rights? Is social media captured? Be careful about swimming with dolphins... they may be special agents from North Korea. An Australian man, Paul Walton, is not fit to be a vet for more reasons than you would want to know. Blind History returns, featuring the mould-breaking Chinese empress Wu Zetian.

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Yusuf Omar has travelled to over 40 countries on four continents to teach media companies how to do mobile journalism. On that journey, he co-founded 'Hashtag - Our Story' to empower mobile journalists.

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Is it okay to be rich and flaunt it? Especially in a country where unemployment is rampant, and increased poverty is the serious collateral damage of lockdown? Gareth Cliff chats to Kenny Kunene, Christall Kay and Joe Cimino. Plus special guest Yusuf Omar talks the game changing space of mobile journalism.

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30.07.20 PT 2 - What is the life of a champion, and how often should you remind them that they are a champion? It looks like Joe Biden will announce his running mate soon, but will he remember them a week later? Hey... cheer up, it turns out cancel culture has a history that stretches back centuries. Gareth's retirement has gone up in smoke, he's not happy.

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We meet the mind of investigative journalist Pauli Van Wyk. The risk of exposing the underbelly of stories linked to VBS, the ANC and the EFF doesn’t make life comfortable, but she has never hidden from the responsibility of bringing justice to the fore. Can journalism survive in its current model? Pauli gives her thoughts. A self-confessed "real African", and clearly a tremendous mind, the MBA at Henley is the next chapter in what is sure to be an evolution into something amazing which will help her continue to lead the fight for the marginalised citizens of South Africa. Brought to you by Henley Business School.

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