[LISTEN] Why organisers chose Constitution Hill for AfroPunk festival
Radio 702’s Azania Mosaka talks to the founder of Afropunk, Jocelyn Cooper, about her bold approach towards the festival in Johannesburg.
[LISTEN] Festive season: Motorists urged to exercise caution
CEO of Master Driver Eugene Herbet shares road safety tips as motorists take on the highways this festive season.
[LISTEN] How the ANC nominations will proceed
Zizi Kodwa, ANC national spokesperson, is adamant that the results of the party's top six will be announced by Sunday morning.
[LISTEN] What happens if ANC’s national conference fails?
The ANC’s national conference to elect new leaders starts this weekend.
[LISTEN] Pravin Gordhan calls for corruption to be punished
Radio 702 host Karima Brown interviewed former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and UCT's Professor Richard Calland.
[LISTEN] Reaction to termination of pregnancies amendments bill
Stellenbosch University's Dr Tanya de Villiers-Botha says she finds it hard to believe that the current Termination of Pregnancy Act does not do enough to inform women adequately.
[LISTEN] Why you need a financial adviser in your life
Talk Radio 702's Azania Mosaka talks to Eunice Sibiya, the head of FNB’s consumer education programme.
[LISTEN] 'Top 6 line-up nominated alongside Dlamini Zuma too close to Guptas'
ANC NEC member Bheki Cele speaks to Eusebius McKaiser about the ANC presidential race.
[LISTEN] Pauw: Instead of investigating state capture, they’re investigating me
Journalist Jacques Pauw was summoned by police, but no reason had been given for the meeting.
[LISTEN] Lessons learned from Steinhoff collapse
Gordon Institute of Business Science Dean and marketing expert Nicola Kleyn says it is important not to lose sight of the companies that are leading in good governance after the Steinhoff scandal.
[LISTEN] How to prepare for emergencies during holidays
Emergency medical doctor Charl van Loggerenberg says it is imperative that every household has a quick response plan in place in case of an emergency during the holidays.
[LISTEN] How Post Office plans to pay social grants
Post Office CEO Mark Barnes says the new agreement with the Sassa is a step forward towards sensible outcomes.
[LISTEN] Why Nando's is so good at grilling politics
Brand reputation specialist Solly Moeng chats about Nando's success in mixing politics while selling its products.
[LISTEN] Mathews Phosa opens up on ANC presidential race
ANC presidential candidate Mathews Phosa chats to Radio 702 about his role as an anti-apartheid activist and the current political climate in South Africa.
[LISTEN] What you need to know about testicular cancer
Radio 702’s Eusebius McKaiser talks to Urologist and sexual health expert Dr Shingai Mutambirwa about why men should exam their testicles every month.
[LISTEN] Political ramifications of Zuma, NPA head judgment
Political Analyst Ralph Mathekga says the High Court’s decision on the NPA head is significant given that the ANC's elective conference is around the corner.
[LISTEN] The journey to Little Foot’s discovery
Professor in Paleoanthropology at Wits University says he discovered four-foot bones in a box of animal fossil at Sterkfontein which belonged to australopithecus in 1994.
[LISTEN] How the Steinhoff scandal affects pension funds
The Government Employees' Pension Fund (GEPF) has lost more than R12bn as Steinhoff International faces investigations.