Rhino poaching podcast turns social injustice podcast
Social injustice is an important subject in our time, community and social setting - there is no denying that! However, I went into this Podcast thinking they are going to explore the very serious issues of a rampant Rhino poaching problem. That was the case until the 2nd half of the series which turns into more of a social injustice exploration rather than sticking to the plot. I understand that there are deeper issues to the poaching than what is presented on the surface. A couple of episodes towards the end dig much deeper and wayawrd than just trying to find why these young men are poaching.
iamsouthafrican via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/26/21
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I’m loving listening to this beautifully executed podcast. It is personal and sensitive and the topics explored are so important in the context of what is happening in South Africa at the moment. Congratulations to the team
Robains feedback via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/15/21
Ira Glass has a famous phrase, ‘Radio is your most visual medium’. Here, in your digital pocket, is exemplary proof. The Invisible Hand is an amazingly vivid and brightly coloured soundscape: visions of a secret war taking place in a faraway paradise are paired with incredible academic insights...Read full review »
ThisisFabig via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/13/21
This was an immersive, thought provoking podcast that explores a complex issue with compassion and great objectivity. Fantastic production values!
Antifascist999 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/21
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