[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.
[LISTEN] Dept puts Valhalla Primary & Hoërskool Driehoek under spotlight
A teacher at Valhalla Primary School is accused of sexually abusing at least 23 young girls while four pupils died in Hoërskool Driehoek walkway collapse.
[LISTEN] NPA boss Shamila Batohi 'has her work cut out for her'
South Africans will be looking to the new NPA boss to repair the reputation of the NPA, tainted by allegations of political influence.
[LISTEN] 'Sexy, stylish & influential' Siv Ngesi shares personal money secrets
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews funnyman Siv Ngesi about his attitude on money and his path to success.
[LISTEN] Shepherd Bushiri: Prophet or fraudster?
Talk Radio 702 host Bongani Bingwa speaks to the spokesperson at Enlightened Christian Gathering Church, Ephraim Nyondo, about who Shepherd Bushiri is.
[LISTEN] Hoërskool Driehoek principal: We couldn't have prevented tragedy
TalK Radio 702's Bongani Bingwa interviews Hein Knoetze, principal of Hoërskool Driehoek, following the walkway collapse at the school which led to the death of 4 pupils.
[LISTEN] 'We're still in poverty' - caller on no change after apartheid
The caller, who only gave his name as Dawood, says what a lot of black people don't know is that their chiefs sat down with the apartheid government and negotiated about land and money.
[LISTEN] Should President Ramaphosa throw Zimbabwe a lifeline?
John Dludlu, 'Business Day' columnist and former newspaper editor, and Catherine Grant, a director of Tutwa Consulting Group, talk to Karima Brown over SA's decision to decline a loan to Zimbabwe.
[LISTEN] Who actually invented the ‘Please Call Me’ SMS service?
Talk Radio 702 presenter Karima Brown speaks to Toby Shapshak, the editor and publisher of 'Stuff' magazine, about his piece stating that the real inventor of the service is, in fact, Ari Kahn, a former MTN consultant.
[LISTEN] Cosatu says alleged mass layoffs behind looming strike
Despite assurances given by President Cyril Ramaphosa on job security, union's spokesperson Sizwe Pamla says they don't believe there won't be layoffs at Eskom.
[LISTEN] A second chance for SA: Sipho Pityana urges new framework for growth
Sipho Pityana has warned South Africa may not have the opportunity to bounce back if leaders don’t address economic challenges now.
[LISTEN] Sapo CEO touts using pension funds to help SOEs stay afloat
SA Post Office CEO Mark Barnes says that using pension funds to fund SOEs will save the country from mistakes and fill holes.
[LISTEN] How DA’s election advertising is failing to hit the mark
Talk Radio 702’s Money Show host Bruce Whitfield and branding and advertising expert Andy Rice explore what the different political parties are saying in their advertising for the upcoming general elections.
[LISTEN] Zuma campaigning for ANC a political gamble?
Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni weighs in on the ANC's decision to have Jacob Zuma campaign for the party ahead of the 2019 general elections.