Cyril Ramaphosa was live on Radio 702 and CapeTalk on Thursday evening while discussing a wide range of issues with Xolani Gwala after 10 months in office.
Ramaphosa speaks to Gwala on a wide range of issues ranging from state capture to internal ANC dynamics.
The two suspects are believed to be working for an independent contractor that provides disconnection services for City Power.
The Reserve Bank increased its benchmark lending rate for the first time in nearly three years in November.
According to police, they allegedly charged varying amounts for learners and drivers licenses between January 2015 and October 2018.
Plastic bag bans have been at the forefront of a movement against single-use plastic because they are - more often than not - not easily recycled.
The interview is touching on a range of issues including the economy, state-owned enterprises and major developments since Cyril Ramaphosa took office in February.
A letter sent to staff last week states that, on instructions from the Libyan foreign ministry, staff must undergo HIV and Aids, tuberculosis and hepatitis tests.