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Terence Pillay chats to Survivor South Africa’s host Nico Panagio in an exclusive interview ahead of the show’s premiere tomorrow night.
Terence Pillay is livid after watching a video in which a teacher beats up a toddler for throwing up in class and asks if we are doing enough to protect our children from this kind of scourge
The world seems to be torn when it comes to the new documentary film that accuses Michael Jackson of being a monster molester. Terence Pillay looks at the polarization of opinion on the matter.
Like most South Africans, Terence Pillay is frustrated with the latest round of load shedding. But how did we get to this point, he asks.
Following the reaction to last week’s show, Terence Pillay chats to security expert Kyle van Reenan on how people should behave on their community WhatsAapp group.
Books are windows on the world, but unfortunately South Africa appears to be in a reading crisis says Terence Pillay.
The story of the woman who was relocating to Cape Town and transported her dogs on an SAA flight only to find that the dog had allegedly been left unattended in the scorching Durban heat and died of a heart attack due to respiratory distress and heat stroke, the vet’s report said. Listen for all the details.
After witnessing a mother smoking in a car with her children in the back seat, Terence Pillay questions parental responsibilities.
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