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Terence Pillay Investigates

Terence Pillay Investigates: Archived discussions and investigative reports that aired on East Coast Radio by the late award-winning radio and TV presenter and journalist, Terence Pillay.
Monthly English South Africa News · News Commentary
147 Episodes
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Devi is back on the box

When Devi Sankaree Govender left Carte Blanche after 18 years in January this year, she promised to give us the low down on her new TV venture as soon as she could. Terence Pillay talks to the fearless television journalist about her new show, Devi.
17 Jun 2020 10 min

Terence Pillay Investigates – Toxic Trolleys

In the first episode of East Coast Breakfast’s brand new feature, 'Terence Pillay Investigates', seasoned journalist Terence Pillay takes a closer look at the harmful organisms found on shopping trolleys that may pose a risk to our health.
19 Feb 2020 8 min

Can sex offenders be rehabilitated behind bars?

Terence Pillay meets a young woman opposing her abuser’s parole application because she believes he has not been sufficiently rehabilitated in prison and fears he will abuse again.
22 Jan 2020 10 min

Ty Keogh from M-Net’s series 'Still Breathing' chats to Terence Pillay

Ty Keogh is, without a doubt, one of the most prolific actors in South Africa. Now living between London and Los Angeles, the talented actor is back on home soil to star in the new M-Net drama series, 'Still Breathing'. Terence Pillay catches up with him in a candid one-on-one.
15 Jan 2020 10 min

Immigration nightmare for 11-year-old boy

An 11-year-old boy experienced his worst nightmare recently when he was detained by immigration and not allowed access to his parents for four-and-a-half hours. Terence Pillay finds out why.
4 Dec 2019 8 min

Raging on the road

What causes seemingly sane drivers to sometimes lose it and go ballistic on the roads? Terence Pillay investigates.
27 Nov 2019 9 min

To spank or not to spank – that is the question

In September this year, the Constitutional Court upheld a ruling by the High Court to do away with the common law defence of “reasonable chastisement” when spanking a child. Terence Pillay investigates.
2 Oct 2019 10 min
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