Montana disappointed, but expected axing
Outgoing Prasa CEO Lucky Montana talks about being axed from the locomotives company. He was due to leave Transnet at the end of November.
The most valuable sports teams in SA
Professor Michael Goldman discusses the business and economics of sport.
#TDF2015: 11 stages of data released
Dimension Data’s Group Executive of Communications Adam Foster weighs in on data released from the first 11 stages.
EWN Analysis: JHB firefighters' overtime
EWN's Mia Lindeque explains why JHB firefighters will no longer be working overtime. This means fire stations could be without staff for a few hours every day until a new team takes over.
Minister discusses Sapo's R245m debt
Deputy Minister of Telecommunications & Postal Services Hlengiwe Mkhize talks to 702’s John Robbie about the R245 million the Post Office owes to more than 2,000 suppliers.
How can Molefe plan long term with 3-month contract?
There are downsides to appointing an acting CEO. Is Eskom making another mistake by not giving Brian Molefe a fulltime contract?
SA exceeds goal of reversing spread of HIV
CEO of Sanac Dr Fareed Abdullah says that despite the positive news for the country, more work has to be done in continuing this trend.
How to make low-fee private schools work?
Low-fee independent schools may offer hope for communities with dysfunctional public schools. The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield discusses how it can work and what the issues are.
New MTN boss up for the challenge
John Robbie speaks to newly-appointed MTN CEO Mteto Nyati who’s replaced Ahmad Farouk.
Review: 'Go Set a Watchman' by Harper Lee
Sunday Times books editor Ben Williams speaks to 702’s John Robbie about the controversial and much-anticipated second novel by Harper Lee, 'Go Set a Watchman'.
Greece bailout: Lessons SA can learn
702’S John Robbie speaks to economist George Glynos about the financial situation in Greece and what SA can learn from the €86 billion bailout.
Money Show: How to earn more by working less?
The Money Show reviews ‘The Wealthy Freelancer: 12 Secrets to a Great Income and an Enviable Lifestyle’.
New trend sees sangomas advertising on social media
Is social media the new way for sangomas to advertise their services? A listener called in to tell John Robbie about a traditional healer who advertised her expertise on Facebook.
Telkom CEO tries hard to 'touch tomorrow'
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko talks about the firm’s plans to save costs after it halted the retrenchment of 4,400 people.
With no strings attached, can you handle casual sex?
Clinical sexologist Dr Eve gives her insight on casual sex and whether it's a great way to learn & experience sexuality.
Grieving mom speaks after given wrong baby to bury
Ntsekiseng Gabela’s son died just hours after he was born late last month, but she says she was given the wrong baby at the Bheki Mlangeni District Hospital’s mortuary in Jabulani, Soweto. Listen as she tells John Robbie her story.
Are South Africans the world's worst savers?
Gerald Mwandiambira, acting CEO of the South African Savings Institute, gives his theories behind the fact that South Africans are among the worst savers in the world.
Ex-miners with silicosis seek medical compensation
Zanele Mbuyisa, a partner at Mbuyisa Neale Attorneys speaks about ex-mineworkers who are seeking medical compensation after contracting a dust-related lung disease called silicosis.