[LISTEN] Why are so many rugby players leaving SA?
Researcher in rugby trends Rais Frost says when players reach the age of 30, they are considered to be obsolete.
[LISTEN] Eldorado Park activist: Mob justice out of hand
One of four suspects accused of killing a boy earlier in March was beaten to death in an alleged case of mob justice.
[LISTEN] CT companies urged to introduce flexible hours to reduce traffic
Mayoral Committee Member for Transport Brett Herron says one of the options the city if working on is public transport that will attract car owners.
[LISTEN] How to move on after your home is burgled
Dr Helgo Schomer says moving houses will not be so helpful unless you deal with it mentally and emotionally.
[LISTEN] Rhodes VC: Name change can't be done in an undemocratic way
Eusebius McKaiser speaks to Rhodes University Vice Chancellor Sizwe Mabizela about changing the name of the university.
[LISTEN] The lowdown on a DUI conviction
Criminal law expert Advocate Mannie Witz explains what happens to someone after being found guilty of drunken driving.
[LISTEN] Producer Roberta Durrant pays tribute to Joe Mafela
The late Joe 'Sdumo' Mafela died in a car crash on 18 March 2017. Durrant says she discovered Mafela more than 30 years ago.
[LISTEN] ‘The marriage may be over but we are parents forever’
Relationship coach Stephanie Dawson-Crosser speaks about ‘healthy divorce’ and keeping the communication channels open when co-parenting.
[LISTEN] SA 2nd most entrepreneurial nation in Africa
Research by Global Entrepreneurship and Development Institute ranks SA 55th out of 137 countries ahead of Russia, Brazil, China.
[LISTEN] Money and relationships
Azania Mosaka chats to financial planner Kim Potgieter about the difficulties people experience in relationships when it comes to money.
[LISTEN] Allan Gray doesn’t want CPS to make profit illegally
Dower said they had contacted Net1 with suggestions to resolve the issue but were awaiting an official response.
[LISTEN] South Africans opting for alternative transport to avoid traffic
Pauline du Paty, the managing director of JumpIn Rides, chats about their solution to traffic congestion in SA.
[LISTEN] CPS explains why Sassa should urgently close deal
With 1 April just around the corner, Cash Paymaster Services CEO Serge Belamant says they need at least 12 days to ensure that grant beneficiaries are paid.
[LISTEN] Gene discovery puts SA cardiology research on the map again
Dr Gasnat Shaboodien, lead scientist in the study of heart disease and CDH2, together with Maryam Fish and Sarah Krause, chat about their journey to identifying the killer heart gene, CDH2.
[LISTEN] Your rights as a South African when arrested abroad
Gugs Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo speak to immigration lawyer Ashraf Essop about the options for South African citizens who are arrested abroad.
[LISTEN] 'SA should never have bid for Commonwealth Games'
Durban was stripped of hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games & UKZN Professor Brij Maharaj says he is not surprised, adding that South Africa shouldn’t have made the bid.
[LISTEN] Sassa lawyer explains why ConCourt deadline was missed
Lawyer Tim Sukazi has confirmed that Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini filed her answers to the court late on Monday night and will hand in a hard copy on Tuesday morning.
[LISTEN] Anti-Racism Week: Call for South Africans to overcome racism
How can we overcome racism as a country? Sean Moodley, national convener for the Anti-Racism Network South Africa talks about Anti-Racism Week 2017.