Anticipatory Grief - is this why SA's so angry right now?

Anticipatory Grief - is this why SA's so angry right now?

Futurist Graeme Codrington joins Good Things Guy Brent Lindeque again to chat about hope during the Coronavirus pandemic… and what that means for South Africa.

Graeme Codrington

We're four months into South Africa's extended lockdown and it's also been four months since Graeme Codrington's last appearance on Brent's podcast. Now, Graeme is back to talk about South Africa’s anger and where it stems from.

Graeme Codrington is a South African author, futurist and strategy consultant. He's been very vocal about the Coronavirus and what it means for South Africa.

Some of his thoughts have been very serious, talking about the elderly, the people with underlying illnesses and the poor. But he's also added a different perspective and ultimately… hope.

Listen below as Graeme and Brent talk about the state of the country after four months of lockdown. The conversation is deep, hard and ultimately comforting.

If you missed Brent and Graeme's first discussion from 17 March this year, just as South Africa was heading into lockdown, find it below.

Meanwhile, what started as a casual conversation about how unbelievable it is that lockdown has put universities and the world on pause ended up being the first step in creating UNLOCK.

UNLOCK began as a solution to the trials and tribulation that came with online learning during the nationwide lockdown and is growing to become an all-inclusive student platform.

Friends, Luke Tollman and Elijah Greenhill, had always had a keen interest in innovating, inspiring and giving back.

Tollman advises that, “This site and platform is a result of countless hours of work and effort to make sure that each and every person that comes across UNLOCK has the best experience possible.”

Luke and Elijah join Brent Lindeque to chat about their amazing new lockdown business. Listen to their conversation below.

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