South Africa has a new way of combating AIDS - a hit radio show that exposes and humiliates cheating partners.
It's the radio programme that's become a national obsession. Millions tune into 'Cheaters' every week to hear sex scandals revealed and men publicly vilified for passing AIDS on to their partners. "I believe this programme helps society," justifies host Prince Tshabalala. It's a dangerous job - he's been held hostage by one angry husband and beaten and attacked by others. But while South Africans can't get enough of the show, many feel it goes too far. Reporters have no qualms about secretly filming cheaters being unfaithful and the programme has caused many marriage break ups. As one man states: "Cheaters breaks up families. It doesn't solve things."FULL SYNOPSIS