Govt, mining bosses at loggerheads over draft Mining Charter
Creative Voodoo Consulting’s mining analyst Mamokgeti Molopyane chats to 702’s Stephen Grootes about the new draft Mining Charter.
Shocking Homo naledi revelations could rattle other theories
Professor Francis Thackeray has made shocking revelations that could rattle the world of paleoanthropology and theories of whether a species such as Homo naledi are capable of complex behaviour.
[LISTEN] Guptas hire new auditors
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr Steven Firer after SizweNtsalubaGobodo was confirmed as auditors for the Gupta family business.
Lessons for corporate SA from Cell C's ‘b*tch switch’ debacle
Founder of StriveCBA, Andy Golding, and The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield discuss Cell C CEO Jose Dos Santos’s recent comments on women in the workplace where he said that females have a 'b*tch switch'.
Nlanhla Nene opens up about his Allan Gray appointment
Stephen Grootes talks to newly appointed non-executive director of Allan Gray group Nhlanhla Nene about his future plans.
Almost 2,000 malls in SA, with more to come. Can we keep up?
Azania Mosaka looks at what goes into the planning and construction of malls.
Can love survive separate bedrooms?
Is it really possible to be afraid to feel happy?
It's hard to wrap one’s mind around the idea that a person could be afraid to be happy. Dr Schomer says in some cultures if you are happy, it seems you are not taking life seriously.
Banking is alchemy - Mervyn King
Former Governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King is interviewed by The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield, for his weekly business book review…
Reasons for empty seats at the ANC's manifesto launch
It appears the ANC had a half-empty stadium on Saturday when the party launched its manifesto. 702’s Stephen Grootes finds out what happened.
Post Office cash injection an 'investment,' says CEO
Post Office CEO Mark Barnes gives 702's John Robbie the low-down on Post Office Debt, a R650m cash injection & saving Sapo from a complete collapse.
Semenya bags 3 national titles at ASA track & field championships
Caster Semenya made South African athletics history at Coetzenburg Stadium yesterday when she became the first person to win the 400m, 800m and 1,500m at a single South African Senior Athletics Championships, in one day.
TUT launches SA's first skin banking
Centre for Tissue Engineering at TUT, in partnership with Burn Care Trust have launched a skin banking programme to help treat burn victims.
Tesla home-power kit heads to SA
General Manager for Enel Energy South Africa, Brian Hosking, says the batteries are a game changer and are far more efficient.
'Women make better investors than men'
Reasons that make women better investors include the link between testosterone and irrational investment decisions.
TRC hearings a major milestone in SA history
Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza contemplates 20 years since the start of the TRC hearings.
Patrice Motsepe throws R10 billion into new firm
Patrice Motsepe has launched a new financial services and private equity firm in partnership with financial services and private equity firm.
How to make a brilliant impression at work
According to a study released in China, when employees worried about losing their jobs, they put in extra effort to impress their supervisors.