#GCS 19.11.18 Pt2

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A listener talks about a racist remark on Facebook about donuts. Leigh-Ann has some shocking stats around how much water is used to create day to day things, someone claims to be the victim of a racist dog attack, and a woman ran a marathon without telling anyone. The power of meditation, or the problems with it. Ear wax, more importantly ear wax from whales, then the latest Reality Check with Rich Mulholland.
19 Nov 2018 12AM English Explicit South Africa Society & Culture · News

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