[LISTEN] Here's how you can help Khayelitsha fire victims
Families with stationeries, old school bags, or anything children affected by the fire can use are urged to drop them at a nearby Pick n Pay.
[LISTEN] Feasibility of expanding Gautrain to Lanseria, Soweto completed
The expansion will link the Gautrain at Hatfield Station with Lanseria Airport and through Randburg to link Soweto and the Johannesburg business district.
[LISTEN] Lillian Dube: Sucking titties can't cure cancer, but can help detect it
Lillian Dube raised eyebrows recently when she went on live television to tell the public that 'sucking titties' is a good way to detect cancer.
[LISTEN] Lesufi: No need to panic over grade 1 & 8 registrations
#702Breakfast received a concerning tweet detailing how there are still thousands of grade 1 pupils on the waiting lists in Gauteng.
[LISTEN] Why the price of data must fall
Amandla.mobi’s executive director Koketso Moeti chats to Bongani Bingwa about the #DataMustFall Commission and why it is necessary for data costs to be regulated.
[LISTEN] Maths whizz Sbahle Zwane (10) awarded scholarship
His way with numbers has now earned him a scholarship at a Curro independent school, with his mom being offered employment by the school.
[LISTEN] Proposed legislation will make it harder to own a gun
702's Bongani Bingwa interviewed Gideon Joubert, the deputy chairperson of Gun Owners of South Africa.
[LISTEN] Healing power of gardens
Stellenbosch University's professor Nox Makunga says gardens offer people an opportunity to be able to commune with nature in a very close-knit environment.
[LISTEN] Why diabetes could be SA’s leading cause of death by 2040
Talk Radio 702 host Xolani Gwala speaks to professor Charles Wiysonge who says that people must start making healthy choices about what they consume.
[LISTEN] Unpacking EFF presser on VBS Mutual Bank heist
Radio 702's Karima Brown talks to Karyn Maughan, SACC general secretary Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana and political analyst Ebrahim Fakir about the EFF's press briefing on the VBS Bank 'heist'.
[LISTEN] On Cheryl, Khwezi & the questions rape victims are asked in court
Cheryl Zondi has faced a number of personal and even inappropriate questions from Omotoso's lawyer Peter Daubermann, including why she did not react when Omotoso allegedly raped her.
[LISTEN] 'Some reporters think of themselves as stars'
Talk Radio 702 presenter Karima Brown talks to Sanef chairperson Mahlatse Mahlase and former Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela about the 'Sunday Times' and the Cato Manor death squad stories.
[LISTEN] Ahmed Timol murder case postponed to 22 October
Ahmed Timol's nephew Imtiaz Cajee who attended the court proceedings says the case has been postponed to 22 October.
[LISTEN] SA's prisons over populated by 38%
Spokesperson for the Department of Correctional Services, Singabakho Nxumalo, speaks to Xolani Gwala on the state of overpopulation in local prisons.
[LISTEN] Booysen: Hofstatter, Wa Afrika's informants were rogue CI element
Talk radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa interviews former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks head Johan Booysen and former Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela about the Sunday Times' apology over the Cato Manor death squad reports.
[LISTEN] ANC Limpopo addresses explosive VBS Bank ‘heist’ report
Talk Radio 702 host Karima Brown speaks to Limpopo ANC provincial secretary Soviet Lekganyane on the postponement of a PEC meeting aimed at discussing the VBS Mutual Bank 'heist' report.
[LISTEN] Hawks raid NMB Mayor Mongameli Bobani’s offices
Talk Radio 702 host Karima Brown speaks to Hawks spokesperson Hangwani Mulaudzi about the nature of the raid.
[LISTEN] ‘Pik Botha was almost larger than life & always jovial’
Talk Radio 702’s Bongani Bingwa speaks to veteran journalist Max du Preez about the life and times of Pik Botha.