[LISTEN] Rapidly rising temperatures in SA pose more risk of wildfires
According to Professor Francois Engelbrecht, this phenomenon has made the region more vulnerable to extreme events such as wildfires.
[LISTEN] SA's femicide rate 5 times higher than any other country
SA’s femicide rate is five times higher than any other country in the world, according to Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa.
[LISTEN] Is it time to drop English and use isiZulu as SA’s official language?
Dr Somadoda Fikeni, a political analyst based at Unisa, explains that the real challenge is diversity.
[LISTEN] Absa explains legal action over Public Protector report
'The Money Show’s' Bruce Whitfield interviews advocate Paul Hoffman, the director at Accountability Now, and Absa spokesperson Songezo Zibi.
[LISTEN] Nhlanhla Nene comments on Public Protector’s Reserve Bank plan
Former Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene discusses the perceived threat to the Reserve Bank's independence with 'The Money Show’s' Bruce Whitfield.
[LISTEN] Chamber of Mines: Mining Charter does not have realistic targets
The Chamber of Mines office bearers have met with an ANC delegation to discuss its concerns around the Mining Charter.
[LISTEN] SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni’s ‘oopsie’
EWN reported Gia Nicolaides weighs in after Dudu Myeni decided challenge a finding that she was in breach of the Companies Act.
[LISTEN] Bell Pottinger helped ANCYL, MK vets & Guptas
Investigative journalist Micah Reddy says it's clear-cut that Bell Pottinger called a lot of shots.
[LISTEN] Fibroids: Why awareness matters
Fibroids are described as benign tumours in the womb, leading to acute pain.
[LISTEN] There is a lot of human trafficking taking place in SA
Police are investigating an apparent widespread human trafficking ring in Johannesburg after a 19-year-old Free State man escaped.
[LISTEN] Fica bill a step closer to coming into effect
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has signed and gazetted the Financial Intelligence Centre Act bill.
[LISTEN] Cronin challenges govt leaders to reflect on contribution to SA crisis
The SACP’s Jeremy Cronin has called on leaders in government to reflect on their contribution to the current state of South Africa.
[LISTEN] The impact of the Knysna fire on families
You can get involved and help fire victims in Knysna. Here's how.
[LISTEN] What impact will the recession have on you?
Stats SA's latest GDP figures show that the country has entered a technical recession, with growth contracting in two consecutive quarters.
[LISTEN] Winter the best time to get your finances back on track
Wikus Olivier, a debt management expert at Debtsafe, says winter is the best time to get your finances back on track.
[LISTEN] Does Brian Molefe's court bid to get job back have merit?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Puke Maserumule, a labour law specialist at Maserumule Attorneys on the merits of Brian Molefe's court bid to get his job back.
[LISTEN] Zuma losing sleep over #GuptaLeaks?
What do the recently leaked emails mean for President Jacob Zuma? Some say the president is not losing sleep over it.
[LISTEN] What the fidget? Explaining the fidget spinner craze
While some say the device has become a teacher's worst nightmare, others believe there are benefits of using the device.