[LISTEN] Drug testing proposed for high school admission
Bongani Bingwa speaks to UJ Professor Mary Metcalfe on proposed drug testing by Gauteng MEC Panyaza Lesufi.
[LISTEN] Vodacom explains why data, airtime disappeared
Vodacom spokesperson Byron Kennedy says out-of-bundle charges will also be refunded and depleted data bundles will be reinstated.
[LISTEN] Ramaphosa's ex-wife dismisses abuse allegations
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's ex-wife Hope Ramaphosa has told Eyewitness News that he never laid a hand on her during their relationship.
[LISTEN] Unpacking race amid Trump's response to Charlottesville attack
US President Donald Trump insisted that left- and right-wing extremists became violent during a weekend rally by white nationalists in Virginia, reigniting a political firestorm over US race relations.
[LISTEN] ‘I was attacked, assaulted by Grace Mugabe’
Gabriella Engels, the woman who was assaulted by Grace Mugabe, says Mugabe attacked her while her bodyguards stood by and did nothing.
[LISTEN] How to make long distance relationships work
Gugu Mhlungu speaks to dating coach Duduzile Nhlabathi on how to make a long distance relationship work and on how to stay hopeful in such a relationship.
[LISTEN] 'Diplomatic immunity doesn't mean Grace Mugabe can't be arrested'
Mbalula is adamant Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe can be arrested for assaulting a woman at a Sandton hotel, but there are conditions.
[LISTEN] #GuptaLeaks emails valid evidence under SA law?
The _City Press _ reported that two senior prosecutors, including a top Hawks official, don’t think the emails will be admitted into evidence because prosecutors and investigators believe they were 'stolen'.
[LISTEN] EFF, UDM look to impeach Zuma
Constitutional law expert Professor Shadrack Gutto talks about the latest move by the EFF and UDM to remove President Jacob Zuma from office.
[LISTEN] Stephen McGowan came out strong as ever, says overjoyed dad
Stephen McGowan's father, Malcolm, has described how it has been having his son back after he was held captive by al-Qaeda in Mali for almost six years.
[LISTEN] SA athletes excel in face of heavy odds
Wesley Botton says athletes have chosen to embrace what they were able to get from tertiary institutions and corporations.
[LISTEN] How quickly are electric cars catching up?
Nicol Louw, Technical editor for Car Magazine talks about the fast growing market for electronic cars and how this can transform the local market.
[LISTEN] 'Vuyani Jarana will take SAA to greater heights'
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says the newly appointed SAA CEO Vuyani Jarana’s appointment will resolve the fundamental issues at the airline.
[LISTEN] Madonsela: Gupta emails show extent of state capture
Recently published emails show how the Guptas used the white monopoly capital rhetoric to deflect attention from its own alleged dodgy dealings.
[LISTEN] How Guptas allegedly captured Lynne Brown's inner circle
AmaBhungane's Craig McKune says information shows that Brown’s former personal assistant Kim Davids, her partner and her Director-General Richard Seleke have very close links to the Gupta family.
[LISTEN] Court to review Shabir Shaik's medical parole?
The DA's James Selfe and Dr Elizabeth Gwyther CEO at Hospice Palliative Care Association comment on Schabir Shaik's medical parole.
[LISTEN] King Zwelithini asks subjects to fund birthday bash
Bongani speaks to Professor Pitika Ntuli about the Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini asking his subjects to pay almost R50 million to him to celebrate his 70th birthday next year.
[LISTEN] Vusi Pikoli identifies issues causing poor policing
Advocate Vusi Pikoli, police ombudsman in the Western Cape, admits that a slow response by the police to complaints is caused by poor communication.