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.
'I killed my husband in self defence'
A caller tells 702’s Sam Cowen how she shot and killed her husband in self defence after 18 years of being in an abusive marriage.
John Robbie recalls 1998 interview with Clive Rice
Former cricketer Clive Rice died from septicaemia on Tuesday. Listen as 702’s John Robbie recalls an interview he did with Rice in 1998.
Tourism Minister: We need to find an alternative to visa regulations
Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom speaks to 702’s John Robbie about the impact of the newly implemented visa regulations on the Tourism industry.
Airbnb unveils plans to expand across SA
Airbnb recently hired Nicola D'Elia as GM for Middle East and Africa. Listen as she discusses the company’s plan to expand its presence in South Africa.
Companies abandoning performance appraisals
Accenture & Deloitte have abandoned performance appraisals. John Brodie, Group Managing Director at Mindcor discusses how companies are radically changing how they evaluate employees.
CT considers R1bn Halaal agri-processing food park
Cape Town is considering a proposal for R1 billion Halaal agri-processing food park near the airport. Listen as WC Fine Food Initiative CEO Nazeem Sterras explains what processes are being followed for this to take place.
Is Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi unemployed?
Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi was acting national police commissioner between 2011 and 2012 and is currently a divisional commissioner. Listen as he responds to allegations that he’s unemployed and unhappy with the Saps leadership.
SA's water scarcity issues
Amid calls for more money to be allocated into maintaining water infrastructure around SA, Water Affairs spokesperson Mlimandlela Ndamase responds to calls about water supply issues in the country.
Bribery in SA on the up, but there’s a silver lining
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Steven Powell, forensics executive at ENSafrica.
Does shocking or controversial advertising work?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews branding and advertising expert Andy Rice.
What are your rights when the police stop you?
Director of the Police Brutality Law Clinic Candice Pillay discusses the rights of the public and recourse for police brutality.
New law could lead to catastrophic medical expenses
Critics say that amendments Medical Schemes Act rolls back consumers’ rights.
Riaan Cruywagen: I looked forward to work every day
Veteran SABC news reader Riaan Cruywagen, who came out of retirement to join kykNet, chats to 702’s Xolani Gwala.
Prasa: Lucky Montana left of his own free will
Chairperson of the Prasa board, Popo Molefe, discusses Lucky Montana’s apparent decision to leave the company.