A rhino poaching war uncovers a hidden system of dominance in The Invisible Hand. This series follows Georgina Savage as she returns to her birth country of South Africa to document her family's fight against rhino extinction. But as she immerses herself in the lives of those directly affected by this crisis, including the men who poach rhinos, she must confront her country's colonial past and it's implications in a conflict close to home. The series will be available to binge on July 1st, 2021.
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Georgina meets a man who confesses to having poached, and he has a message for “the west”. And just as this story is about to take us to Vietnam, a virus begins shutting borders... more
The women of Sabie and Domingos’ friend Kevin tell their stories and help us to explore the impact of inequality locally and globally as we tussle with issues of relativity, identity and power... more
In an attempt to understand “the other” side of this story, Georgina crosses the border to Mozambique, and immerses herself in a rural village known to conservationists as a “poaching hotspot”... more
I think the time you spent understanding South African and Mozambique in relation to rhino poaching was valuable. If opened up perspectives I was unaware of. I look forward to learning more from you.
The narrator is too slow. Had to stop listening after 5 min.
Wildly profound and thought provoking! I quite honest don’t care about the subject matter in this podcast but the moral questions she asks are fantastic and makes you have to reflect. 5/5
Essential global story!
I really enjoyed this. The second part will be interesting. I look forward to it.
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