[LISTEN] Do documentaries fill the gap where books, movies fall short?
Anant Singh speaks about the options young people have in accessing content and that documentaries allow for depth in the subject matter.
[LISTEN] Competition Commission calls for probe into SA's mobile phone market
Spokesperson for the Competition Commission, Sipho Ngwema, says they have concerns about pricing in South Africa's mobile phone market.
[LISTEN] British politician shares perceptions of SA
British politician Lord Anthony St John of Bletso says he is very concerned by what's happening in South Africa, adding that President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle was 'shameful'.
[LISTEN] Eskom on the future of nuclear power in SA
Eskom has been tasked with implementing and overseeing government's plan of increasing power to the grid by 2030.
[LISTEN] Can rent control help address spatial issues in CT?
Cape Town residents have called for the implementation of such laws in the Mother City to prevent unaffordable rates.
[LISTEN] Can you decide what race you are?
Washington state civil rights advocate Rachel Dolezal says she identifies as black and has been doing so since she was five years old.
[LISTEN] The fight against fake news
Verahsni Pillay, Huffington Post SA editor, they didn’t conduct an identity check on a blogger who was later found out to be not who claimed to be.
[LISTEN] Are we ready for land distribution?
Are we eating or will we be eaten? Rapper Mo Molemi tackles the subject of land distribution and why we need to teach young people farming.
[LISTEN] Creating an art corner for your kids
Parenting expert Nikki Bush talks about the challenges of keeping children busy during school holidays. She suggests creating an art corner.
[LISTEN] Downgrade could increase price of medicine
SA's credit rating downgrade to junk status by Standard and Poor's Global and Fitch has raised concerns over the increasing cost of medicine for South Africans.
[LISTEN] Latest Zapiro cartoon sparks outrage
Talk Radio 702's Xolani Gwala says he is disappointed by Zapiro's 'rape' cartoon published in the 'Daily Maverick'.
[LISTEN] What the Constitution says about secret ballot voting
The United Democratic Movement has approached the Constitutional Court to force a secret ballot when MPs vote in a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.
[LISTEN] Who qualifies for the Second Chance Matric Programme?
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga chats about the department's Second Chance Matric Programme, which supports pupils who have not met the requirements of the National Senior Certificate.
[LISTEN] Communications Minister clarifies ANC’s stance on anti-Zuma marches
Last week South Africans protested against President Jacob Zuma and called for his resignation.
[LISTEN] Worth it or not: ANC veteran comments on no confidence vote
ANC veteran Professor Ben Turok comments on the looming vote of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.
[LISTEN] ANC MP writes about 'leadership injudiciousness' in party
ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza has penned her concerns about the state of the ruling party and country on her Facebook page.
[LISTEN] True reason for Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle
Azar Jammine talks about President Jacob Zuma's recent Cabinet reshuffle and says it was clear he wanted to have those close to him around him.
[LISTEN] Is junk status really that bad?
Debt Management expert Wikus Olivier says South Africans are resilient and can overcome the impact of the ratings downgrade by S&P Global.