[LISTEN] Joburg residents to face tougher water restrictions?
Sipho Mosai, Chief Operations Officer at Rand Water, explains that the scarcity of water has become a dire situation and could get worse.
[LISTEN] Ben Turok on the outgoing Public Protector’s legacy
Ben Turok, an ANC stalwart and former Member of Parliament, shares his experiences of Thuli Madonsela.
[LISTEN] How to have a better relationship with money: Is it all about hard work?
Internationally certified life coach Busi Selesho speaks to Radio 702 about how to improve your relationship with money.
[LISTEN] 5 reasons you should care about the NPA's charges against Pravin Gordhan
'The Money Show' host Bruce Whitfield speaks to 'Financial Mail' Deputy Editor Sikonathi Mantshantsha about the real implications for South Africans of the fraud charge Pravin Gordhan faces.
[LISTEN] How to survive a hostage situation
On Wednesday, two policemen and three security officers were held hostage for about five hours in a townhouse complex, in Moreleta Park in Pretoria.
[LISTEN] Countdown to land speed record attempt in SA has begun
Speaking to John Robbie this morning, 'Bloodhound' pilot Andy Green was quick to give credit to the Northern Cape govt who saw potential for this project almost seven years ago when they were first approached.
[LISTEN] Night helicopters in plan to curb rhino poaching
CEO at Battle Born Munitions, Fred Hees, explains how they plan to prevent rhino poaching in SA.
[LISTEN] Things you need to know about children's toys
Educational psychologist Cara Blanckie spoke to Night Talk's Gugs Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo about age appropriate toys.
[LISTEN] Seeing double: 'Twins are never identical'
While many twins may look alike, psychotherapist Vivienne Lewin says twins are not identical. She spoke to the Night Talk hosts about the connection between twins.
[LISTEN] Money Matters: How to deal with money issues in your relationship
Night Talk’s Gugu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo interviewed Angelique Ruzicka, 'Moneybags' editor, about money problems in relationships and how to deal with them.
[LISTEN] Ways to help your child succeed with a smile
Therapist Lesego Mashishi-Matlala spoke to the Night Talk about how parents can help their children reach personal milestones, without adding too much pressure on them.
Does swearing offend you?
Callers air their views on swearing in public and comment on whether it affects them or not. Does swearing offend you? Why? Would you stop someone swearing in public?
KZN group calls on South Africans to boycott #FreedomDay
Thapelo Mohapi, General-Secretary of Abahlali Basmjondolo – a KZN group that represents shack dwellers - chats to 702’s Stephen Grootes. He says they're still living in shacks 22 years after the first democratic elections.
'Please call me' inventor ‘relieved’ Vodacom will compensate him
'Please call me' inventor Nkosana Makate was vindicated yesterday (26 April) after the ConCourt ruled that Vodacom should compensate him for coming up with the concept.
How does 'experience economy' work?
Branding and Advertising Expert Andy Rice says the ‘experience economy’ is about going from extracting economies, - making goods, delivering services and to staging experiences.
How to deal with high food costs
Shoprite CEO Whitey Basson advises people on how to deal with high food prices.
The strangest place to have met Prince…
A CapeTalk listener tells of someone he knows who shared a moment with pop icon Prince a few years ago. Prince passed away last week at the age of 57. He was buried at the weekend.
DA launches local election manifesto for the first time
702’s Stephen Grootes speaks to the Democratic Alliance's national spokesperson Phumzile van Damme about the election manifesto launch.