Favourite podcasts from the Laws of Life with Garry Hertzberg.

In studio with Garry and team are lawyers Ian Allis and Tessa Kassel on the sexual behaviour in lawyers, with special guest Professor Johann Lemmer – founder and principal of the Academy of Sexology.

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Favourite podcasts from the Laws of Life with Garry Hertzberg.

Are your neighbours’ dogs driving you barking mad? What does the law say? Elbi has an “old needy bastard of a dog” that is all bark and no bite, but whose bark gives the neighbours a dog’s life. In studio with Garry and team is attorney Marina Constas (Director of BBM Law).

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Favourite podcasts from the Laws of Life with Garry Hertzberg.

A special collaboration with Jonti Searll, the host of SexTalk on CliffCentral. According to a report in the NY Post, masturbating at work is a doctor-approved stress reliever. Should masturbation breaks become the new smoke breaks? Can you be disciplined for watching porn at work? Also, more than 1 in 10 employees have admitted to having sex with a co-worker in the workplace. Is security camera footage of a couple having sex at work adequate proof to have them fired? With Garry and Jonti in studio to discuss sex at work, is labour law specialist attorney Johan Botes.

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Favourite podcasts from the Laws of Life with Garry Hertzberg.

Can you trick a breathalyser? In studio with Garry and team are ‘The Breathalyser Guy’ Angus MacArthur, Howard Dembovsky of JP-SA.org, and @PigSpotter Cliff.

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Favourite podcasts from the Laws of Life with Garry Hertzberg.

What would you do if your neighbour’s crowing roosters and other fowl kept you awake? In studio are Anelle and Roger Hills, who took their neighbours to court.

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Gareth and Kanthan are joined by eNCA journalist Michael Appel, who gives his take on the State Capture Inquiry this week, and shares insight on Duduzane Zuma’s well-curated responses. An amended Employment Equity bill is on the cards, and Gareth seems to have some intel. Finally, the team get into the DA’s disarray as a political party. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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Can Liverpool FC trademark ‘Liverpool’? Are chicken ‘Hot Wings’ likely to deceive? Garry Hertzberg discusses trademarks and the law, plus what can and can’t be trademarked with attorneys Sara-Jane Pluke (Partner and Head of Intellectual Property Department) and Koketso Molope (Associate Intellectual Property Law Department) – both of international law firm Eversheds Sutherland (Sandton). This show is presented in alliance with LegalTalkSA.

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Ivo Vegter joins the panel this week. Many people believe in religion, but today we take a closer look at why. Was Greta Thunberg used as a pawn in someone’s agenda? There are mixed opinions in studio. Is the taxation regime in SA fair? Kanthan Pillay weighs in and breaks it down for everyone. The team chat about the morality of politicians accepting large donations, despite earning grossly high salaries. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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We have Khaya Sithole in studio and make good headway in attempting to get to the root cause of the xenophobic attacks our country has seen lately, and the consequences thereof. Is there any hope for the future of South Africa? We get the opinions of the Burning Platform team. What are your thoughts on gender neutral Barbie dolls? It’s an interesting and polarising topic. Brought to you by Nando’s.

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The recognition of gay rights continues to take shape across the globe. However, the violent discrimination against the LGBTQIA+ community is rife on the African continent. Even in countries like South Africa, where human rights are constitutionally protected, members of this community still have to face abuse in their everyday lives. Can we bridge the divide between our Constitution and everyday behaviour? And can South Africa influence other African countries to recognise LGBTQIA+ rights?

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