[LISTEN] Christo Wiese sues Steinhoff for R59bn
Christo Wiese say although he was chairman of Steinhoff, he could not have known all that was going on and has lost a lot of investment money.
[LISTEN] Have companies lost human touch in customer experience?
Customer engagement specialist Quinton Pienaar says customers want companies to be supported by technology but always prefer a human touch.
[LISTEN] Icasa’s verdict on data costs
Talk Radio 702 host Azania Mosaka speaks to TechCentral editor Duncan McLeod about Icasa’s new regulations to deal with the cost to communicate in South Africa.
[LISTEN] Lesufi: These morons came to 'hang' me
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi explains the circumstances that led to an effigy of him being hung in a tree near the Basic Education Department's offices in Pretoria.
[LISTEN] Nkonki blames media after losing govt contracts
Disgraced audit firm Nkonki Inc is voluntarily liquidating its Sunninghill office and blaming the media for its woes.
[LISTEN] Proposed minimum wage: How did we get here?
Radio 702 presenter Karima Brown speaks to Sactwu's Etienne Vlok and Cosatu's Sizwe Pamla about the journey that led to the suggested minimum wage.
[LISTEN] You are dying, quite literally, for a paycheque
Ian Mann talks about the toxicity of some of workplaces.
[LISTEN] Why SA Natives Forum wants Hanekom sacked
The SA Natives Forum has called for Derek Hanekom’s dismissal due to his bigotry and fascism that they believe is polarising the nation along the racial, and ideological lines.
[LISTEN] State capture: Mining committee finalising terms of reference
Radio 702 presenter Karima Brown speaks Sahlulele Luzipo, the chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources, about their investigation into what happened under Mosebenzi Zwane.
[LISTEN] WC ANC pins election hopes on Ebrahim Rasool. Here's why
Radio 702 presenter Karima Brown spoke to ANC Western Cape provincial secretary Faiez Jacobs to find out how exactly the party intends to reassert its place in the province.
[LISTEN] Why insurance is a necessity & not grudge purchase
To effectively cover all your risks, you need to understand the difference between short-term and long-term insurance cover.
[LISTEN] The science behind unit trusts
Certified financial planner Paul Roelefse says unit trusts are good for people who want to take part in a pool of investments.
[LISTEN] Florence Masebe: Time to talk about SA’s #MeToo campaign
Actress Florence Masebe says safe spaces need to be created for all victims of sexual harassment in the local entertainment industry.
[LISTEN] Causes behind NW protests: Analysts weigh in
Talk radio 702 host Eusebius McKaiser speaks to political analysts Karima Brown, Sithembile Mbete and Kagiso Pooe following violent protests in the North West.
[LISTEN] Could cycling help solve CT’s public transport problem?
Cape Talk host Africa Melane interviews Pedal Power Association’s Gordon Laing about public transport in Cape Town.
[LISTEN] Move over Uber, Taxify – Green Scooter is here
Rejected by Uber and Taxify as a partner, Green Scooter is an all green e-hailing cab service that aims to change the way society moves and already has about 450 registered people on its app.
[LISTEN] Find out the safest place to sit on a plane
Talk Radio 702's Azania Mosaka interviews MD of Plane Talking Linden Birns about the safest place on a plane.
[LISTEN] AfriForum: We’ve not yet initiated private prosecution against Malema
Radio 702 presenter Eusebius McKaiser speaks to AfriForum CEO Kallie Kriel about their decision to put pressure on the NPA with an aim of privately prosecuting EFF leader Julius Malema.