A story in which hope trumps crime

A story in which hope trumps crime

In 2015, Durbanite Sam Musk was shot in her car in her friend's driveway by a hijacker who went on to drag her from the car, and toss her to the ground. That horrific crime left Sam partially paralysed and deeply traumatised. But Sam's story did not end there.

Hope trumps crime

She tells it to KindnessCan duo, Jane Linley-Thomas and Paul Bushell, sharing how today, she has found space for inspiration, positivity, and forgiveness in her life again.

It's an inspiring and practical conversation, where hope trumps crime. Listen to the podcast below.

Meanwhile, times are tough. Many of us have been hammered, financially, by the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic and lockdown. It's at a time like this that every Rand counts.

Durban-based accountant Heather Flack was the guest on an earlier KindnessCan podcast. She has seven key pieces of advice to help you achieve success in the face of financial difficulty.

This is a must-listen. Click on the play button below to listen now.

For more inspiration from the KindnessCan team, access past episodes below.

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