The Roger Goode Show

5FM  |  Podcast , ±5 min episodes every 4 days  | 
Roger Goode and his crazy drive team will drive you home in the BIGGEST way possible, every weekday from 4pm to 7pm. Always current, but always good fun, The Roger Goode show keeps you informed while laughing, not to mention jamming your face off with the daily Happy Hour.

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According to the World Health Organisation, South Africa has the sixth highest rate of suicide in Africa, with the data revealing that approximately 11.6 of every 100 000 people in the country commit suicide.

Some of the celebrity suicides we've reported on include US comedian Robin Williams, just last week Mac Miller. The super talented Avicci also took his own life.

We reported on chef Anthony Bordain. Former Spice Girl Mel B tried taking her life twice. The rock star Chester Bennington of Linkin Park also took his own life.

Then if we look locally, rape activist and law student Khensani Maseko and the very accomplished Professor Bongani Mayosi.

The list just goes on and on.

Today may be World Suicide Prevent Day, but this is something that needs to be spoken about and addressed every single day. #GoodeMorning

For more information and contact details, please contact SADAG

Suicide Crisis Line
0800 567 567

SADAG Mental Health Line
011 234 4837

To find a Support Group in your area, please phone SADAG on 0800 21 22 23.

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