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Jun 10, 2022

Shamed by 2020 exposés of forced sterilisations at public hospitals, the health department vowed to act – but victims still await justice. Also, is the Saxonwold Shebeen open for a drink?

Chapters:

03:13 - Bongekile Msibi

16:09 - Baragwanath

21:21 - Women’s Legal Centre 

31:55 -...


Jun 3, 2022

Banyana are not treated well, despite being one of the favourites to win the Women’s Afcon in July. Could their American counterparts’ equal-pay victory help our national women’s football side?

Chapters:

2:47 - US Women's Soccer

8:24 - Amanda Dlamini

22:22 - Joseph Mkhonza

32:12 - Busisiwe Mokwena

 

 


May 27, 2022

The murder of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh sent shockwaves around the world. But will it change US-Israel relations? And the full story of legendary scribe Can Themba finally gets told. Chapters:

02:58 - Shireen Abu Akleh

11:12 - Can Themba

31:41 - Joe Thloloe


Apr 8, 2022

Indian activist-doctor Yogesh Jain believes inequality in public healthcare is a global crisis. And, we look at religion’s role in instilling outdated attitudes towards sexuality.

Chapters:

1:48 - Dr Yogesh Jain

7:49 - Gender and religion

20:38 - Gay and Muslim