Does topical advertising work?
Advertising expert Andy Rice discusses whether topical advertising actually works after Bic got hammered on social media for their ‘clueless’ Women’s Day campaign.
Remembering Mashesha of Big Nuz
Sibusiso Khomo, popularly known as Mashesha, passed away on Friday night after battling a long illness. Music journalist Therese Owen reflects on his legacy.
Reasons behind Gauteng fuel shortage
A Durban refinery has been shut down due to planned maintenance and there’s also been unforeseen disruptions at the Sapref refinery causing fuel shortages in Gauteng. Listen as Fuel Retailers Association CEO Reggie Sibiya explains.
SACC discusses snake pastor’s church
Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana from the South African Council of Churches speaks about the torching of controversial ‘snake pastor’ Penuel Mnguni’s End Times Disciples Ministries church by the EFF at the weekend.
‘We confuse qualifications for competence in the classroom’
702’S John Robbie speaks to Free State University's Professor Jonathan Jansen about common sense when it comes to hiring the best teachers regardless of nationality.
Corrupt SGB at Glenvista school to face criminal charges
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi was approached by whistleblowers to launch a probe into allegations of extreme financial mismanagement at Glenvista High School.
Should Nyaope be decriminalised?
Doctor Jannie Hug & Healthjunction’s Cathy Chambers debate whether Nyaope, a drug made up of a highly addictive mixture of heroin, dagga & rat poison, should be criminalised or not.
The importance of donating organs
Listen as the Organ Donor Foundation’s Gillian Walker discusses the importance of donating organs & the purpose behind the initiative, which she says is to raise awareness.
Women at work: Why we need more female mentors
702’s Joonji Mdyogolo speaks to Italia Boninelli, Executive Vice President Anglogold Ashanti about the challenges that women face in the workplace, and the two tackle claims that women don’t mentor each other in the working environment.
How to deal with friends who constantly undermine you
Listen as a clinical psychologist discusses how to handle friends who constantly undermine what you do.
SA company makes it big with Tesla Motors
Pietermaritzburg-based company, Hulamin, exclusively manufactures and supplies Tesla Motors with its 'battery box base plate'.
SAPS commissioners: Phiyega is being targeted because she's a woman
Deputy Police Commissioner Lieutenant General Nobubele Mbekela tells 702's Udo Carelse that she supports Riah Phiyega unconditionally, despite the concerns raised in the Farlam Commission of Inquiry's Marikana report.
Tito Mboweni made honorary professor at Wits
Former Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni will join the Wits School of Economic and Business Science in August.
‘The rand may get stronger’
Wealth Manager Warren Ingram explains why he believes the rand is bound to recover from its current low.
Cecil the lion outshines Obama?
The world were not interested in the US president's visit to Africa after news of Cecil the lion being killed broke.
Are new visa laws impacting tourism?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield chats to CEO of The Tourism Business Council of SA Mmatšatši Ramawela.
John Robbie opens case against illegal abortion advertisers
702’s John Robbie raised the issue of posters around town advertising illegal abortions & penis enlargements. Police advised him to lay a charge and he did just that by going to the Sandton Police Station to open up a case.
'Electricity crisis could wake SA up'
The electricity supply crisis may just be the thing to awaken SA from its slumber. Former Massmart CEO Grant Pattison explains.