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Dying for the Truth

Dying for the Truth

2022-09-2214:16

As the head of financial accounting in the GP Health Department, Babita Deokaran was perfectly placed to expose rampant fraud and corruption. So, why wasn’t she provided the protection needed? 
Bringing the Gees

Bringing the Gees

2022-09-2110:25

It's the winning combination of two of SA’s favourite things: rugby and song. But the Gwijo Squad says it’s about more than just singing catchy anthems – they’re hoping to reignite a new passion for the rugby. 
Cable Theft Wars

Cable Theft Wars

2022-09-2012:48

They have no weapons or bulletproof vests. So, what happens when security guards tasked with preventing cable theft in Joburg are ambushed by armed cable theft syndicates? 
Young Doctors

Young Doctors

2022-09-1910:02

They joined the public healthcare sector at the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic… We meet some of SA’s youngest doctors to find out what keeps them committed to a system that’s far from perfect.
Fight to Survive

Fight to Survive

2022-09-1512:38

They were diagnosed with rare diseases that medical aids should cover. But to their horror, their medical aid schemes declined their claims. Now, parents are fighting to save their children’s lives.
Champions of Africa

Champions of Africa

2022-09-1412:36

Theirs was the Cinderella story for the ages. With almost no financial support, Banyana Banyana rose to become giants of Africa. But can their WAFCON cup victory finally turn their fortunes around?
In August 2012, 34 miners were gunned down by police in Marikana. Ten years on, and with access to never-before-seen documents, we investigate how the Marikana massacre heralded a new decade of police brutality and impunity in South Africa.
Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage

2022-09-1216:29

A strict hospital policy, vulnerable newborn babies in the neonatal intensive care unit, and the furious parents seemingly denied access to their critically ill babies...
Reviving SA's Health

Reviving SA's Health

2022-09-0915:24

Government healthcare on a knife edge: as state coffers buckle under pressure, and medical inflation skyrockets, we debate whether the healthcare system can be revived. 
Boss Battles

Boss Battles

2022-09-0812:39

From KZN to Gauteng and the Western Cape... taxi violence is rife. It’s a brutal industry and it’s all about money. Securing a route could mean having to eliminate the competition... 
Spacing Out

Spacing Out

2022-09-0711:51

It is deep-space photography like we’ve never seen before. How the new James Webb Space Telescope is finding distant planets in far-off galaxies, and looking for atmospheres that could sustain life.
Healthcare Heroes

Healthcare Heroes

2022-09-0613:24

Commitment, leadership, teamwork: how some crumbling state hospitals managed to turn things around. But is there a blueprint to save state healthcare? 
Arrested on an allegation with no corroborating evidence, then locked up in one of SA’s most notorious prisons... Are police being used to settle personal scores?
Black dust from the Kalahari… Why everyone from politicians to beauty kings is jumping on the manganese bandwagon. But who will pay for the damaged infrastructure all along the manganese road?
It's a monumental judgment that many environmental groups and fishing communities had hoped for - the granting of exploration rights along the Wild Coast to oil giant Shell has been deemed unlawful. So, what does this mean for other planned seismic surveys, and what's next in this great David-versus-Goliath battle? Carte Blanche producer Siniketiwe Hlanze speaks to legal expert attorney Wilmien Wicomb about what it all means. 
Rocky Road

Rocky Road

2022-09-0115:58

Rocks, road spikes, and armed criminals lurking in the darkness… The N4, between Pretoria and Rustenburg, is a dangerous stretch of road Are police powerless to prevent attacks?
National Health Crisis

National Health Crisis

2022-08-3112:35

Over half of the money SA spends on healthcare goes to only 16% of the people. The inequality is crippling. Can National Health Insurance – due by 2026 – truly save healthcare?
Naked and Afraid

Naked and Afraid

2022-08-3011:29

He is the first South African to ever successfully complete the hit-reality TV show Naked And Afraid. But at what cost? 
The Ultimate Price

The Ultimate Price

2022-08-2914:45

Betrayal, persecution, and the assassination of a police detective who was disrupting Cape Town’s criminal underworld. How Lt-Col Charl Kinnear paid the ultimate price.
From small cars to 80s hairstyles, and Carte Blanche: The Podcast - investigative television icon Derek Watts sits down for a chat about anything and everything with the feel-good crew from SA People. 
Comments (1)

Anthony Kimble

Something about lab-grown meat that makes me feel it won't be as nutritionally sufficient, at least not anytime soon. Taste should be at least 3rd on the list of priorities

Aug 9th
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