#2015MustFall 702 Presenters reflect on the year, #2015MustFall Cape Talk presenters reflect on the year

John Robbie reflects on a year of personal happiness

John Robbie reflects on a year of personal happiness, where he turned 60, became a grandfather and saw his daughter get married.

He looks forward to spending time with his family in KZN these holidays.

Watch John Robbie's reflections below:

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Major medical breakthrough: New gene pegged as cause of heart attacks in youth

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Parents urged to check tertiary institutions are legit before registering kids

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Bruce Whitfield reflects on a year of 'lost opportunity'

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Bruce Whitfield compares 2015 to a jigsaw puzzle with pieces scattered and no one putting them together. While he will be working throughout the holidays, he is also looking forward to some time with his family.

Xolani Gwala reflects on 'year that civil society stood up'

Xolani Gwala reflects on 'year that civil society stood up'

Xolani Gwala is urging everyone to recharge, so we can look at contributing positively to SA in 2016.

What day is it today? Oh yes, it's John Robbie's birthday!

What day is it today? Oh yes, it's John Robbie's birthday!

It's 702's John Robbie 60th birthday today and Pick n Pay surprised him with R10 000 for a charitable deed of his choice. Here's who he decided to give the money to...

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