[LISTEN] Consequences of a slowing inflation
Economist Lesiba Mothata says one of the reasons behind the decline is the food component, with the meat price that was falling faster.
[LISTEN] General Motors' exit from SA to have 'massive impact'
Nicol Louw, the technical editor of CAR magazine, says General Motors' decision to withdraw from South Africa came as a big shock to the automotive industry.
[LISTEN] Mkhwebane: Molefe needs to clear his name
The Public Protector says she’s disappointed after Brian Molefe was reinstated as Eskom CEO despite allegations levelled against him in the state capture report.
[LISTEN] Why traffic service jobs should be declared essential services
Transport authorities want traffic service jobs to be declared an essential service to improve visibility on SA roads.
[LISTEN] What declaring WC a disaster zone means for residents
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille says the water saving measures need to be long term and ultimately permanent as the climate keeps changing.
[LISTEN] Should SA decriminalise illegal mining?
Meshack Mbangula, the national coordinator of Mining Affected Communities United in Action group, explains their cause.
[LISTEN] What is radical economic transformation? Pravin Gordhan explains
There's been a lot of talk about radical economic transformation. Here is former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's take on the topic.
[LISTEN] Parly committee not convinced by Eskom's explanation on Molefe
Eskom board chairperson Ben Ngubane told the committee on Tuesday that the decision to reinstate Brian Molefe was the right one.
[LISTEN] 'We can't call every Nigerian corrupt'
Martins Cobham, the Acting Nigerian High Commissioner to South Africa, spoke to Phemelo Motene about plans in place to improve relations with Nigeria.
[LISTEN] They find it difficult to work with black people - George Sebulela
The Black Business Council is quitting Business Unity South Africa after 23 years of partnership and dialogue.
[LISTEN] Surfer Shaun Tomson on inspiring people to achieve their goals
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Shaun Tomson about his inspirational new book 'The Code: The Power of I Will'.
[LISTEN] How police no-go zones affect communities
Being a police officer is a tough job and often dangerous. Here's what a police no-go zone means.
[LISTEN] Cronin: Zuma's resignation in the interest of SA & ANC
Speaking in an interview with 'Talk at Nine' host Karima Brown, the SACP's Jeremy Cronin explained why the SACP called an imbizo.
[LISTEN] Tips for raising children with ADHD
Parenting coach Mia Von Scha gives tips on how parents can raise children with ADHD who are well-adjusted and happy.
[LISTEN] Mashaba on why he suspended City of Joburg's ombudsman
Herman Mashaba suspended ombudsman S'duduzo Gumede, an advocate, following a closed council meeting.
[LISTEN] Are most people dishonest about their sexuality?
Dr Eve speaks to 702’s Eusebius McKaiser about sexual dishonesty and how people sometimes hide their true sexual desires from their partners.
[LISTEN] UDM leader responds to Nelson Mandela Bay coalition threat
DA's Athol Trollip has said he had no choice but to remove UDM's Mongameli Bobani because of what he calls continued misconduct.
[LISTEN] Should WhatsApp group admins be responsible for members’ content?
702’s Azania chats about the responsibilities WhatsApp group administrators have and what their duties should be if a member of the group becomes abusive.