[LISTEN] Clive Barker on how to fix Bafana's woes
The former Bafana Bafana coach talks about goal scoring in the SA and the national football team.
[LISTEN] Personal finance: How to file your tax return
All e-fillers will have until 31 December 2018 to submit their returns.
[LISTEN] ‘Entrepreneurship is twice as hard for women’
CEO of Marutlulle and Co, Sizakele Marutlulle, is one of 300 global thinkers and innovators who will be speaking at the Oxford Said Business School's annual workshop titled Business Fights Poverty.
[LISTEN] Duarte: 702 is a noted hater of anyone who is progressive
EWN and Talk Radio 702's Clement Manyathela speaks to ANC’s Jessie Duarte about the reason behind her claim that Talk Radio 702 is owned by people who historically hated the ANC.
[LISTEN] Hyundai gets red card for worst World Cup ad
Talk Radio 702’s Bruce Whitfield spoke to branding and advertising expert Andy Rice who says the ad really sucks.
[LISTEN] Breytenbach criticises reinstatement of Jiba, Mrwebi
DA MP Glynnis Breytenbach says that she disagrees with the judgment by the Supreme Court of Appeal to reinstate Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi to the roll of advocates.
[LISTEN] BLSA: McKinsey’s apology not accepted
Talk Radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa spoke to Bonang Mohale, the CEO of Business Leadership, who has slammed McKinsey following its apology to SA.
[LISTEN] Govt has no intention to touch land under Ingonyama Trust
President Cyril Ramaphosa's office says he has assured Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini that the government will not expropriate land under the controversial Ingonyama Trust.
[LISTEN] Daniel Baines talks 'How to Get a Sars Refund'
Talk Radio 702’s Bruce Whitfield spoke to Daniel Baines about his brand new book ‘How to Get a Sars Refund’.
[LISTEN] Deadline for new Mining Charter extended
Talk Radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa spoke to Tebello Chabana, a senior executive for Public Affairs and Transformation at the Minerals Council, about the draft document.
[LISTEN] Safety precautions & dynamics of cave diving
Talk Radio 702’s Aki Anastasiou spoke to diving expert from PADI Dawie Schleubusch about the safety precautions and dynamics of cave diving.
[LISTEN] Do nice people finish last?
Clinical psychologist Jeanie Cavé explains there is a difference between being nice and being kind, adding that effective boundaries can help most people.
[LISTEN] Whistle-blower in Soweto church sexual abuse scandal opens up
Talk Radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa interviews Sinethemba Mbuli, the whistle-blower from Kingdom Prayer Ministry.
[LISTEN] Ramphele: 'We are afraid of white people & think they are superior'
Dr Mamphela Ramphele, academic and businesswoman, spoke to Phemelo Motene on 702's Weekend Breakfast about a range of issues affecting South Africa.
[LISTEN] ‘Health sector needs reform, not NHI’
Alex van den Heever, chair of Social Security Systems Administration, has expressed concerns about the National Health Insurance (NHI), saying the health sector needs a lot of reform but not the NHI.
[LISTEN] Are humans indeed wired for generosity?
Scientists have found that a part of our brain lights up during acts of generosity, making you happier.
[LISTEN] Why do mothers abandon their babies?
Pam Wilson of the National Adoption Coalition SA says the prevalence of child abandonment in the country is an indication of South Africa's socio-economic situation.
[LISTEN] Ex-stockbroker & author Jordan Belfort on sex, drugs & starting over
In 1999, he pleaded guilty to fraud and related crimes in connection with stock-market manipulation and running a boiler room as part of a penny-stock scam.