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Preempting drug abuse

Preempting drug abuse

Guest : Albert Matthews

Albert and his wife Tammy Matthews are from the The First Community Resource
Centre in Hanover Park . They provide Life skills, Drug Rehabilitation & Recovery
coaching. One of their most valuable services involves stopping drug abuse before it
starts , getting involved before the experimentation phase kicks off.



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Youth unemployment

25 February 2020 10:01 PM

Guest : Kristal Duncan-Williams | Project Lead at Youth Capital |

Youth Unemployment has been prioritized by President Cyril Ramaphosa in his State of
the Nation Address, with the launch of the Presidential Youth Employment Intervention
(PYEI) programme.
The President also admitted that Government alone cannot solve the crisis and called
on social compacts to work together to shift gears on youth unemployment.
However, even though young people face this crisis every single day, they’re seldom
included in the conversations on the topic; their ideas and views often lie in the
periphery of the discussions.

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Injuries at school: when can you sue?

25 February 2020 9:45 PM

Guest : Kirstie Haslam | partner at DSC Attorneys |

Parents send their children to school with a reasonable expectation that they will be as
safe as they would be at home however, accidents happen at schools on an alarmingly
frequent basis in South Africa.
One thinks of the recent drowning cases of Parktown Boys pupil Enoch Mpianzi and
Keamohetswe Seboko at Laerskool Bekker Primary in Magaliesburg.
The recent deaths of pupils in schools or under the care of teachers have once again
highlighted the dangers learners face in environments in which they're supposed to be
safe.
The safety of children while at school is covered under basic rights in the Constitution
and by the South African Schools Act.

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Jail is not a holiday - what it's really like behind bars

25 February 2020 9:01 PM

Guest : Craig Nuttley

A video has surfaced of criminals in Goodwood Prison living their best lives, listening to
music and smoking drugs in their cell, the Daily Voice reports.
The video, which went viral in less than three hours, was posted on the Cape Flats
Stories Facebook page earlier this week.
In the almost three-minute long video, one inmate can be seen smoking tik, while
another next to him is busy making up a tik lolly. Loud music can be heard in the
background as the men chat and laugh while chilled out on their beds.

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