[LISTEN] #MeToo: 'You have no right over anyone’s body'
The Commission for Gender Equality's Mbuyiselo Botha unpacks the prevalence of rape in society and the role of men in the conversations around it.
[LISTEN] Lord Hain explains reasons behind UK’s probe on HSBC, Standard Charter
Britain’s financial regulators and the Serious Fraud Office are investing whether HSBC and Standard Chartered banks are linked to the Gupta scandal in South Africa.
[LISTEN] How did SA’s biggest data leak happen?
Independent marketing consultant Andrew Fraser cannot say how long this information has been out there for but it could have been years and says the data looks like it was collected by the credit bureau.
[LISTEN] Jennifer Ferguson breaks 20-year silence on rape
Former MP Jennifer Ferguson reveals why she broke her silence after claiming to have been being raped by Safa president Danny Jordaan.
[LISTEN] What to expect from medium-term budget policy statement
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Nazmeera Moola, economist and strategist at Investec Asset Management.
[LISTEN] New State Security Minister outlines plans for ministry
Bongani Bongo says that the role of the ministry should be to promote national security.
[LISTEN] How to spot a good second-hand car deal
EWN's Jacob Moshokoa says it’s very important to view the car you’re looking to buy during the day so you can see any potential faults or damages.
[LISTEN] How Zuma governs through chaos
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed political analyst Gareth van Onselen on President Jacob Zuma's latest Cabinet reshuffle.
[LISTEN] Will new Energy Minister push nuclear deal through?
New Energy Minister David Mahlobo insists that South Africa needs nuclear energy as a source of power, adding that nuclear power is already in the country.
[LISTEN] 'Zuma's latest Cabinet reshuffle worse than irrational'
The SACP's Solly Mpaila says that President Jacob Zuma's recent Cabinet reshuffle was a targeted removal of former Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande.
[LISTEN] Eggs shortage to worsen amid bird flu outbreak
Windmeul Eggs Managing Director Pier Passerini says about 70% of the retail shelves are soon expected to be empty.
[LISTEN] How to not fall victim to online consumer scams
Dr Aleksandar Valjarevic says because more and more companies are going digital, there is a greater threat to consumers’ identity.
[LISTEN] The impact of boarding schools
Clinical psychologist Khosi Jiyane says there are many dynamics that come into play when considering if you should send your child to boarding school.
[LISTEN] I don't need life insurance, do I?
Anthony Miller CEO at Simply Financial Services says that if people depend on your income then you should think about life insurance.
[LISTEN] SA astronomers discover new 'star'
A group of South African astronomers has helped discover one of the brightest novas ever observed.
[LISTEN] Can SA hip-hop be used for political commentary?
Eusebius McKaiser speaks to social-political commentator Oliver Dickson, rapper Slikour and author Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh about the use of hip-hop as political commentary.
[LISTEN] Here’s why the JSE is trading at record highs
Just One Lap financial educator Simon Brown explains the latest developments at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
[LISTEN] Mashaba: JHB authorities working around the clock after storm
Talk Radio 702's Karima Brown spoke to Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba about the city's emergency response plan to bad weather conditions and more.