Why Shoprite wants to pay Christo Wiese R3.3bn
Why is Shoprite asking its shareholders to approve the payment of R3.3 billion to Christo Wiese in exchange for his high-voting shares?
Vodacom, MTN fleecing SA consumers, especially the poor - Competition Commission
Data bundles price overcharging is especially acute for poor consumers who typically use small, prepaid bundles.
How boxing is saving the lives of vulnerable boys in JHB
The Eusebius McKaiser Show joined 'Fight with Insight' to see how boxing has been used as a tool to help young boys make alternative, positive decisions about their futures and relationships with others.
Mashaba speaks out after after being booed by Alex residents
Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said he was surprised by South Africans who said he didn't want to address grievances by the Alexandra community.
'I messed up 1 line': Kurt Darren defends national anthem blunder
Singer Darren was called to sing 'Nkosi Sikelel'iAfrika' at a Varsity Cup rugby game and he didn’t know the lyrics to some parts of the Sotho part of the anthem.
LISTEN: UCT graduate launches #DressAGraduate campaign for students in need
UCT graduate Ruby Chikwiri says the campaign is receiving an overwhelming amount of support.
Listen as MEC Mazibuko warns staff: 'Give me combi courts or your resignations'
Mazibuko has threatened her staff with dismissal if they failed to flout regulations and build sport facilities to ensure the ANC win elections.
Lucas Radebe: I was never ready to retire
Radebe spoke about retiring after football and the financial and emotional turmoil it can bring.
VBS Bank scandal: Wife of Vele Investments CEO spills the beans
Khosi Madzonga, the wife of Vele Investments CEO Robert Madzonga, spoke to Talk Radio 702 about the VBS scandal.
Tamia: 'R&B doesn’t get the love it deserves'
Canadian singer Tamia says that R&B doesn’t get the love that other genres get and it’s kind of diluted.
[LISTEN] PAC accepts SACP’s Solly Mapaila’s apology for Sobukwe statement
Eyewitness News reporter Clement Manyathela speaks to PAC leader Narius Moloto about SACP first deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila’s statement that Robert Sobukwe received preferential treatment from the apartheid government.
[LISTEN] It's about Time! SA artist Nelson Makamo on magazine cover triumph
Azania Mosaka spoke to artist Nelson Makamo about his new 'Time' cover, working with US filmmaker Ava DuVernay, and how to be great.
[LISTEN] Unbundling Eskom a step in the right direction?
Energy expert Chris Yelland says the unbundling of the power utility will come with a number of benefits including driving more assets into the different businesses.
[LISTEN] Maimane: 'ANC’s BEE policy produced the Guptas'
The Democratic Alliance has been vocal about its intention to abolish the current model for black economic empowerment once it comes into power.
[LISTEN] 'Turn your phone off and spend time with your kids'
Amanda Rogaly is the founder and 'chief mommy' of top parenting portal, BabyYumYum and says it's never too late to get your kids involved in preparing the night before, for the next morning.
[LISTEN] Kagiso Lediga speaks about Africa’s 1st Netflix original series
Kagiso Lediga has created Netflix’s first original African series titled ‘Queen Sono' - a drama series set in the world of espionage with an added zest of humour.
[LISTEN] 'I have no regrets about the work I have done' - Moshidi Motshegwa
Speaking to 702's Azania Mosaka, Moshidi Motshegwa says the directors and producers told her at the end of season one of 'The River' that her role has come to an end.
[LISTEN] What you need to know about menopause
Menopause Society of SA's president Dr Trudy Smith says this is the time when your female hormones start to decline, namely your estrogen and progesterone.