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World Mental Health Day: South Africa’s estimated suicide rate of 13.4 people per 100 000 is approximately four times the global rat

World Mental Health Day: South Africa’s estimated suicide rate of 13.4 people per 100 000 is approximately four times the global rat

10 October 2019 9:08 PM

Suicide prevention is the focus of this year’s world mental health day on 10 october, with the world health organisation estimating that one person in the world dies by suicide every 40 seconds, a tragic statistic that has led to their campaign for “40 seconds of action” to prevent suicide.

 

Guest: Prof. Michael Simpson, Psychiatrist: “Health 24 Cybershrink” who qualified in medicine and in psychiatry in the UK


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South Africans Doing Great Things with 21 year-old Chevano Frans

19 September 2020 12:05 AM

Chevano Frans who has  decided to open an outreach called Chevs Kitchen from his home in Athlone on the Cape Flats. It’s not however, just about feeding people but to raise awareness about the on-going plight of the Cape Flat communities as based on his own “blessing and a curse” upbringing there.

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Profile Interview with Ilse Klink,

18 September 2020 10:29 PM

Ilse Klink, award-winning actor, singer and television personality best known for the role of Vanessa Booysens on the daily soap, Isidingo.

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Africa at a Glance: The Nile dam row

17 September 2020 11:24 PM

For tonight’s Africa at a Glance we are joined by Prof Anthony Turton, Center for Environmental Management at the University of the Free State (UFS) on the Nile dam row story running through Egypt and Ethiopia. 

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Story of the Day: Amy’Leigh de Jager’s kidnapping case closed

17 September 2020 10:02 PM

The story of the day is the sentencing of the four convicted of Amy’Leigh de Jager’s kidnapping who was abducted from her school a year ago to the month, September 2019. 

To follow up on the story and this week’s dominating headlines around human trafficking, we are joined by Bianca van Aswegen, National coordinator for Missing Children SA and Hayley Walker, Master Trainer for Protective Behaviors Southern Africa for training.

 

Contact:

www.missingchildren.org.za

www.pb.org.za

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Internet addiction

17 September 2020 9:14 PM

For tonight’s psychology segment we are joined by Dr Elisa Mecco, Psychotherapist to talk about what is most probably the most prevalent issue across the world today  due to Covid-19 – Internet addiction

http://www.elisa-mecco.com/

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Cop Under Cover: My life in the shadows

17 September 2020 12:34 AM

For this week's Weird and Wonderful feature we are joined by Johann Van Loggerenberg, Former SARS Group Executive in Enforcement, Private Consultant and Author of Tobacco Wars: Inside the Spy Games and Dirty Tricks of Southern Africa's Cigarette Trade who has just published a new book: Cop Under Cover: My life in the shadows with drug lords, robbers and smugglers.

(Released Sep 2020 - Jonathan Ball Publishers)

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Level 1 Post Ramaphosa address: Facts VS Fantasy - Medical Covid reflection:

16 September 2020 10:08 PM

Prof Shabir Madhi, Vaccinology’s Professor: Wits University - Executive Director of the Vaccines and Infectious Diseases Analytics Research and the leader of the Oxford Vaccine trial Wits University 

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Level 1 Post Ramaphosa address: Political Reflections

16 September 2020 9:44 PM

Sanusha Naidu, Political Analyst, Senior Research Associate at Institute for Global Dialogue 

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Level 1 Post Ramaphosa address: Religious Reflections

16 September 2020 9:04 PM

Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana, General Secretary of the SA Council of Churches

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