[LISTEN] Basic Education Dept to introduce Kiswahili, coding
The Basic Education Department wants South African learners to have the option to take up Kiswahili as a second additional language by 2020.
[LISTEN] Dagga ruled legal for private use. But what is private?
The ConCourt ruling states that the possession, cultivation and use of dagga for private use is allowed in South Africa. But what exactly does private use entail?
[LISTEN] Why Mmusi Maimane should not be WC premier
There’s been mixed reaction to reports that DA leader Mmusi Maimane has nominated himself as a candidate to be Western Cape premier.
[LISTEN] Joy is key in getting what you want
Psychologist Yasmeen Engelbrecht says you have to become a match of what you want before you can have it.
[LISTEN] 'There are JMPD cops who take bribes but the majority are heroes'
JMPD Chief David Tembe speaks to Talk Radio 702's Joanne Joseph about the release of the City of Joburg's crime stats.
[LISTEN] #CosatuCongress: What to expect at conference
Talk Radio 702 host Africa Melane spoke to Cosatu’s secretary general Bheki Ntshalintshali about the federation’s 13th national congress.
[LISTEN] Unauthorised debit orders: How fraudsters get access to your account
CEO of Payments Association of South Africa, Walter Volker, says that fraudsters get a hold of a list of debit orders from companies from unscrupulous employees.
[LISTEN] Patrice Motsepe’s ARC invests in Rain
Ray White, in for Bruce Whitfield on The Money Show, interviewed ARC's Johan van der Merwe.
[LISTEN] Gogo (100) on cloud 9 as she flies for first time
Kulula.com heard the conversation about gogo Emily Sakulwa, born in March 1918 and her wish to fly and stepped up to make her wish come true.
[LISTEN] Ayanda Mabulu on graphic sexual & extremist political themes in his art
Radio 702 and CapeTalk's Eusebius McKaiser hosts a debate between the Nelson Mandela Foundation's Sello Hatang and Mabulu about his depiction of Madiba as emblematic of Nazism.
[LISTEN] Why more learners are dropping accounting at school
SAIPA's Faith Ngwenya unpacks why more and more learners are dropping accounting at school.
[LISTEN] Reflecting on Steve Biko’s legacy
Talk Radio 702's Clement Manyathela spoke to the founder and executive trustee of the Steve Biko Foundation, Nkosinathi Biko, about Biko’s legacy.
[LISTEN] What makes a pair of sneakers desirable?
Talk Radio 702 presenter Bruce Whitfield speaks to co-founder and director at Sneaker Exchange Expo, Tebogo Mogola, about the science of sneakerheads and the idea of buying and selling sneakers that grow in value.
[LISTEN] 3 best shares to buy right now - Cartesian Capital CEO
Alviva provides information technology and communication technology for African businesses, Mondi is an international packaging and paper group while Tsogo Sun is a hotel and entertainment group.
[LISTEN] Amcu takes gold mines to CCMA
Talk Radio 702 host Xolani Gwala spoke to Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa who says negotiations with three mining companies have deadlocked.
[LISTEN] 'We need transparency over Eskom’s R33bn China loan'
CapeTalk presenter Africa Melane speaks to senior researcher on China-Africa at SAIIA, Cobus Van Staden, about what South Africans should be looking out for in the agreement between China and Eskom.
[LISTEN] Bain’s Vittorio Massone not stepping down
Sars acting commissioner, Mark Kingon, discusses the revenue service's reaction to Massone’s revelation that he met with Tom Moyane to discuss the institution a year before the suspended commissioner’s appointment.
[LISTEN] ANC tells 'Sunday Times' to retract anti-Ramaphosa plot story
'Sunday Times' reporter Quaanitah Hunter, who co-wrote the article, says she doesn't understand why the ANC is responding to these allegations because this has nothing to do with the party.