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Is Racial Discrimination Ever Justified

Is Racial Discrimination Ever Justified

6 August 2019 11:02 AM

Can discrimination be "rational" and what does that means? What are the implications for political party memberships, clubs, friendship choices and even love? Eusebius explored a complex array of issues with Jacques Rousseau (critical thinking lecturer, UCT) 


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Health and Wellness- dance as an alternate form of healing

20 April 2021 12:02 PM

How can dance or movement therapy be used as a form of psychological treatment? What issues can be addressed using this form of healing? Bradley Daniels takes us through the process. 

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World of Work- Expectations of interns

20 April 2021 11:36 AM

Should internships be paid? How long should one be 'employed' in an internship? Kristal Duncan-Williams from YouthLab helps us understand the expectations of both internships and those employers who take them on. 

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Politics of personality

20 April 2021 11:02 AM

Stephanie Vermeulen helps us understand why human beings flocked to follow certain politicians, celebrities and religious leaders. What is it about their personalities that attract a cult-like following?

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Was Tokyo Sexwale scammed?

20 April 2021 10:35 AM

Clement speaks to Treasury DG, Dondo Mogajane, about the apparent donation of money mentioned by Tokyo Sexwale in an ENCA interview. The National Treasury and Reserve Bank subsequently released a statement saying he had been scammed. And also Political Analyst Prince Mashele.

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In conversation with Bandile Masuku

19 April 2021 11:40 AM

Clement sits down with former MEC for Health in Gauteng, Bandile Masuku, about issues of conflict of interest, executive oversight and the separation between his role and that of accounting officers. A recent high court judgement dismissed his application to set aside the SIU report that led to his sacking as MEC. 

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Relationships focus- Boosting love in your relationship

16 April 2021 12:07 PM

 

How do you boost your love in a relationship? What are some of the tools and tricks you use to improve feelings of love and affection? Relationships councellor, Ilze Alberts helps couples navigate this. 

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COVID19 and its effects on drug use amongst the Youth

16 April 2021 11:07 AM

Nickolaus Bauer speaks to MJ Stowe from the SA Network of People who use drugs on the impact of COVID19 on drug use and abuse amongst young people. 

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Amnesty International report on Zimbabwean statelessness crisis

16 April 2021 10:37 AM

Nickolaus Bauer speaks to regional director of Eastern and Southern Africa for Amnesty International, Deprose Muchena, about hundreds of thousands of Zimbabweans trapped in the misery of statelessness. 

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