Inside the case of man who allegedly beat his child to death
EWN unpacks court proceedings following the appearance of a father who allegedly beat his two-year-old to death.
Putco: Cancelled routes not profitable
MD of Putco Franco Pisapia says it has ended certain routes because they've become totally unsustainable.
Understanding new visa & unabridged birth certificate regulations
Home Affairs Director-General Mkuseli Apleni and Tourism Business Council chief executive Mmatsatsi Ramawela discuss South Africa's new visa regulations.
Father of SA hostage in Mali still in the dark
Father of Stephen McGowan, Malcolm, speaks on his son being held captive by the Islamic Maghreb over the last four years and Dirco’s Nelson Kgwete gives an update on how things stand now.
MEC discusses ‘township economy’
Gauteng MEC for Economic Development Lebogang Maile discusses the term ‘township economy’ and how a point can be reached where township businesses are seen as integrated and inclusive of the Gauteng economy.
Tim Noakes discusses Banting diet controversy
Professor Tim Noakes, who faced the HPCSA says the wrong information is being taught about the Banting diet at university level.
Mantashe: Heads of state aren't arrested at UN, why must AU be different
ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe speaks to Talk Radio 702's Xolani Gwala.
Where there's a will, there's a right way to do it
An invalid will can lead to many complications when winding up an estate. 702’s Paul Roelofse details the essential points to consider to ensure your will is valid.
Al-Bashir evasion: 'Sometimes political objectives outweigh the law'
Political Analysis South Africa‘s Mzoxolo Mpolase discusses Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir leaving the country despite a court order for his arrest last week.
EWN unpacks challenges ahead for new NPA boss
EWN reporter Stephen Grootes speaks to 702’s John Robbie about the appointment of Shaun Abrahams as head of the NPA and the challenges that await him.
New winter load-shedding schedule for W Cape
Eskom’s WC head Alwie Lester says the new schedule allows customers to fully rotate through all time slots over 31 days, within a stage. The previous schedule only provided partial rotation over a four-day period.
The state of the nation's power grid
Acting Eskom CEO Brian Molefe looks at the state of the power grid a day after he revealed Eskom’s winter plan of limited load shedding & ramping up maintenance.
‘SA troops were held at gunpoint in Sudan’
A women named Sam called in to 702’s John Robbie Show and told him a family member confirmed that some SA troops in Sudan were taken at gunpoint from the base and some were held hostage there.
Two perspectives on the ICC & the al-Bashir evasion
Here are two divergent perspectives on the International Criminal Court (ICC) in Africa and Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s slick exit from South Africa on Monday without facing arrest or any legal action.
Save more by understanding & managing electricity costs
Talk Radio 702’s Paul Roelofse says if consumers understood electricity costs and how much they're using, they'll be able to measure it therefore manage it better.
How SA will be viewed in the al-Bashir debacle
Brooks Spector, associate editor at The Daily Maverick discusses how SA will be viewed if it doesn’t comply with a High Court and ICC order for the Sudanese president to be arrested.
‘SA has only itself to blame over al-Bashir saga’
Director at the University of Johannesburg’s Centre for Policy Studies, Chris Landsberg, says SA has no one to blame but itself for the situation it finds itself in regarding Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
'A day in the life of a Durban taxi driver'
Overnight Live presenter Vernon Adams speaks to Daily Vox reporter Qiniso Mbili about and investigative report and photographic essay he’s done on 'A day in the life of a Durban taxi driver'.