Iconic Coca-Cola is changing its slogan
Branding and advertising expert Andy Rice looks at the changing slogan of the iconic brand, Coca-Cola.
Home Affairs introduces new application system in Marabastad
The Home Affairs Department has introduced a new application system at its Marabastad centre in Pretoria to deal with the influx of refugees.
Allister Coetzee 'humbled' by opportunity to coach the Boks
Newly appointed Bok coach Allister Coetzee speaks to 702’s John Robbie about his new role and his plans for the senior national squad.
Election Race 2016: Protests, religion & politicians 'politicking'
702 & CapeTalk host Redi Tlhabi gives listeners an opportunity to share their thoughts on various political issues ahead of the 3 August municipal elections.
Engineering happiness in the workplace
702 host Azania Mosaka chats to Happiness Engineer Kerstin Jatho and Industrial Psychologist Freddie Crous about engineering happiness in the workplace.
The employability of black graduates in SA...
Next Leaders Recruitment's Theo Smit talks to 702 about the latest research on the employability of black graduates in South Africa.
IEC clarifies voter concerns ahead of registration weekend
The IEC’s Kate Bopela has encouraged people to confirm their addresses at voter registration this weekend.
Skip the queue & get your Smart ID online...
Home Affairs DG Mkuseli Apleni was interviewed by 702's John Robbie about the department’s E-channel pilot project.
The state of SA's property market
Dr Andrew Golding of Pam Golding Properties says there has been a decrease in the number of units sold in South Africa but some cities, like Cape Town, have been performing well.
'Panama Papers' reveal worldwide web of corruption by leaders, celebs
Steven Powell, a Forensics Executive at ENSafrica, says tax investigators, globally, will take a major interest the leaked ‘Panama Papers’.
Which cellphone network offers the best deals?
Antony Seeff speaks about the ‘Perfect Package Tracker’ report on cellphone networks which offer the best deals.
Pikitup strike marred by violence & worker intimidation
702 & CapeTalk host Redi Tlhabi gave listeners an opportunity to share their concerns around the ongoing Pikitup strike which has seen workers take to the streets in protest.
Here's what South Africans have to say about government...
702’s Redi Tlhabi gave listeners the opportunity to share their thoughts on government’s performance.
Mxolisi Nxasana: This case against me is laughable
Former NDPP Mxolisi Nxasana told 702's John Robbie about allegations of sexual assault against him, which he finds 'laughable'.
‘Dependency on govt will hamper SA's future growth’
SAIRR senior analyst Kerwin Lebone says South Africa has got a good story to tell. Listen as he chats to 702's John Robbie about South Africa’s dependency on government.
Property owners beware - You could owe your council thousands
Bowman Gilfillan property lawyer and director Bobby Bertrand says the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has given a shocking ruling for home owners.
What's next for Zuma?
Political analyst Prince Mashele makes sense of Jeremy Gauntlett's concession at the ConCourt hearing yesterday.
What was the 'For Black Girls Only' event all about?
Wondering what the ‘For Black Girls Only’ event is all about? Tsoana Nhlapo, who attended the event with her nieces, explains.