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Movie Review: Tiger King

Movie Review: Tiger King

Every week our Resident Film Critic reviews a new film she happened to catch at the cinema but due to the Lockdown, she can’t exactly take a stroll to the local cinema so this morning Katarina Herden reviews the latest release from Netflix, Tiger King which is true life crime docu-series of the notorious Joe Exotic.



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6 June 2020 9:02 AM

Parenting Expert, Nikki Bush about some of the feedback from the ground from schools and parents about the experience as well as some of the issues coming up.

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Impact of moving to level 3 on health workers & the trauma units

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Small Business during Lockdown: Mobenzi

6 June 2020 7:05 AM

Andi Friedman CEO of Mobenzi on how Mobezi have adapted the way they do business during COVID-19 lockdown, in order to aid of workplaces when reopening for operation.  

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How Shadowball can help your rugby game

6 June 2020 6:47 AM

Gary Crookes, Founder & Director of ShadowBall on how the Shadow ball can help your rugby passing game, especially with solo training and their fund raising in aid of struggling families during lockdown. 

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