Hamba kahle, Mphephethwa. Rest in peace, Xolani Gwala
Radio broadcaster, husband and father Xolani Gwala has died after a long battle with cancer. We pay tribute to a beloved man.
Facebook group #ImStaying responds to 'extremely elitist' backlash
The group says that it is giving hope to despondent locals by posting uplifting messages about South Africa, encouraging them to stay in the country.
Formalising grade 9 as point of exit to open new pathways: expert
The announcement meant that pupils were able to complete the grade and attain a general education certificate.
WATCH: Dad can't wait for schools to go back...after kids finished all his Oros
It is school holidays for some Gauteng schools and a dad wants the schools to reopen as soon as possible because his kids are finishing his Oros which he bought the day before.
WATCH: Man stopping car from moving with bare hands goes viral
Imagine stopping a car from moving with your bare hands. Impossible right? Well, not quite. A video has gone viral and it shows a tough man limiting a car from moving.
'I asked an academic question': AfriForum CEO defends tweeting apartheid flag
Speaking on 702's Afternoon Drive, Ernst Roets said he was not disrespecting the latest judgment which declared the display of the flag as hate speech.
[LISTEN] Are we obsessed with celebrity culture?
Do you have an interest in celebrities' lives? Eusebius McKaiser speaks to Khanyi Mbau, Victor Dlamini and Basetsana Khumalo about how to best manage the pros and cons of fame.
[LISTEN] Money and Relationships: Don't let your ego get in the way
Sylvia Walker thinks it’s possible to reach a compromise when talking finance in relationships.
[LISTEN] Do South African consumers complain enough?
Consumer columnist Megan Power says that if consumers voice their concerns in enough numbers and intelligently on social media, companies would understand their consumer base more.
[LISTEN] Desperate for cash? Beware of unlawful credit deals
Many people are desperate to get credit assistance and often enter into misleading credit agreements. The credit ombudsman explains in the SoundCloud above.
[LISTEN] Coaches' indaba: A new direction for SA rugby?
Renowned coach & former Springbok centre Brendan Venter speaks to Radio 702's John Robbie about the rugby coaches indaba & how it could plot a new road map for the sport in South Africa.
[LISTEN] Thuli Madonsela: If fees must fall, something must rise
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela speaks to Radio 702's John Robbie about her thoughts on the fees protests.
[LISTEN] Zille opens up about her money beliefs, hopes and fears
The Premier of the Western Cape chats to Bruce Whitfield on the Money Show about her current investments.
[LISTEN] How #FeesMustFall inspired web series for black women
The stories of five individual women is told through each episode of the YouTube web series.
[LISTEN] Is job hopping career suicide?
Why is job hopping becoming a trend in South Africa? Azania Mosaka talks to Emakhosini Management's Valerie Makhosazana Wolmarans about job hopping.
[LISTEN] Gupta lawyer opens up on dealings with family
Gert van der Merwe says that the Gupta family has accepted the public's hostility towards them.
[LISTEN] Judge Yacoob weighs in on state capture report row
Former Constitutional Court Judge Zakeria Yacoob weighs in on the latest developments in the battle between President Jacob Zuma and former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela.
[LISTEN] Guptas v Gordhan: Implications of transaction claim
702's John Robbie spoke to EWN and Rapport reporters, Stephen Grootes and Pieter-Louis Myburgh, in an effort to make sense of the conundrum where Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has come out in support of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.