[LISTEN] SA transport system a mess: What’s the solution?
An associate professor has called for better regulation on SA roads as the country marks Transport Month.
[LISTEN] What to do when a loved one goes missing
Pink Ladies founder Jacqui Thomas says that missing person cases vary from case to case.
[LISTEN] Are IQ tests still relevant?
IQ tests often play a role in both the diagnosis and decisions around the appropriate placement of people in schools and jobs.
[LISTEN] Why financial planning should be taught at schools
Wealth coach Samke Mhlongo says financial planning should be part of an entrepreneurship subject and schools' syllabus.
[LISTEN] SANDF the answer to fighting gangsterism, crime?
The Cape's townships have been plagued with gangsterism and, as a result, communities live in fear.
[LISTEN] Principles that lead to business success
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Gateways Business Consultants MD Ian Mann for his weekly business book review.
[LISTEN] Why cold calling for a job works
Career Expert Marty Nemko says people with good communication skills must cold call for jobs.
[LISTEN] Does the age gap matter in a relationship?
CapeTalk presenter Sara-Jayne King and relationship expert Dudu Nhlabathi talk about the biggest issues that come up in a relationship when one partner is older significantly than the other.
[LISTEN] The power of 'Black Twitter'
Abongile Nzelenzele chats to Rebone Masemola, a freelance cultural strategic planner, a curator of black feminist and social media content and trends analyst.
[LISTEN] Do museum spaces marginalise people?
Achitect Henry Abosi asks the question on the same weekend that the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art opened in Cape Town.
[LISTEN] Pick 'n Pay to allow customers to buy food on credit
The supermarket says it will use its Smart Shopper card programme to select shoppers who qualify to buy on credit.
[LISTEN] How to protect yourself against identity theft
Manie van Schalkwyk, executive director of the South African Fraud Prevention Services, explains what identity theft is and how you can protect yourself.
[LISTEN] Motlanthe: Zuma & ANC are inseparable
Former President Kgalema Motlanthe sat down for a lengthy and candid interview with 702 and CapeTalk anchor Eusebius McKaiser.
[LISTEN] Sasfin CEO opens up about dumping KPMG
Sasfin is terminating KPMG's role as an independent sponsor and has decided to put its audit out to tender as part of its commitment to good governance.
[LISTEN] Money moves: It’s okay to live within your means
Wits University’s Professor Steven Burgess chats about the psychology of spending.
[LISTEN] Parent opens up about raising transgender child
Cape Talk's Sara-Jayne King chats to Mienna Jones about her child, Dexter.
[LISTEN] 5 surprises from the new iPhone
The new Apple iPhone is finally here and it holds a few surprises.
[LISTEN] Why is charcoal found in the meat aisle?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dunnhumby South Africa general manager Graeme Tulloch on the psychology behind our shopping habits.