[LISTEN] UCT's Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng raises R5m to pay off 100 students' debt
UCT Vice-Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng has raised R5 million to pay off the debts of over a hundred students but says that much more is needed.
[LISTEN] Unpacking Public Protector’s findings on Mbalula, Zille & Mogajane
Karyn Maughan, a specialist reporter and journalist at Tiso Blackstar, joins Talk Radio 702 host Karima Brown to discuss some of the latest developments on Fikile Mbalula’s story and some of the reports made public by Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane.
[LISTEN] Thousands of commuters stranded amid City to City bus drivers' strike
Bus drivers have downed keys due to an unforeseen salary deduction on their Sunday overtime rates.
[LISTEN] Timol family allowed to intervene in Rodrigues' stay of prosecution
Joao Rodrigues, charged with anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol's murder, wants the court to halt the case against him because he is too old to stand trial.
[LISTEN] How to deal with the R99 debit order scam
CEO of Payments Association Of South Africa (Pasa) Walter Volker explains how scammers use the R99 debit order scam and what consumers can do about it.
[LISTEN] Meet SA's youngest published author
Stacey Fru wrote her first book at the age of seven, called ‘Smelly Cats’ which won three awards.
[LISTEN] Pasa: We’re dealing with R99 debit order scam
Talk Radio 702 host Xolani Gwala speaks to Payments Association of South Africa (Pasa) CEO Walter Volker on how they have tackled the debit order scam.
[LISTEN] How to best spend your bonus
Personal financial advisor Warren Ingram gives some tips on how best to use that bonus.
[LISTEN] Ramaphosa reflects on his Presidency, horrified by corruption in SOEs
Cyril Ramaphosa was live on Radio 702 and CapeTalk on Thursday evening while discussing a wide range of issues with Xolani Gwala after 10 months in office.
[LISTEN] Mom of SA woman detained in China explains how recruiter failed them
Tristan Lee Niemand was promised a work permit by an alleged fraudulent recruitment agency called Derlin Zhao.
[LISTEN] Why every South African woman should have safety app Namola
Marketing Manager at Namola Claire Sherwell talks about how the emergency app that every South African woman should have is working to protect them.
[LISTEN] VBS ‘loot’: New evidence further implicates Danny Msiza
Limpopo secretary Soviet Lekganyane speaks about the latest allegations against Danny Msiza and the axing of 7 Limpopo mayors implicated in the VBS bank saga.
[LISTEN] Right and wrong: The DA’s year in a nutshell
TalkRadio 702’s Eusebius McKaiser interviewed the DA’s Chief Whip John Steenhuisen and columnist Peter Bruce.
[LISTEN] IRR poll: ANC could get 59% of the vote in 2019 elections
The Institute of Race Relations poll also predicts that the DA will attract 22% of the vote, while the EFF will get 10% based on a 69% voter turnout.
[LISTEN] The importance of supporting your LGBT child
Melinda Swift, who has a transgender son, says her child’s gender identity did not stop her from loving and supporting him.
[LISTEN] Pauli van Wyk on VBS: 'Evidence against Floyd Shivambu is solid'
Daily Maverick investigative journalist Pauli van Wyk says that the evidence in the claims against EFF's Floyd Shivambu in the VBS scandal is solid.
[LISTEN] South Africans most negative people in world, survey finds. Here's why
Professor Sagie Narsiah from the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s sociology department says our experience of everyday life is why South Africans have a negative outlook.
[LISTEN] Unpacking the latest SAHRC report
Equality remains the highest human rights violation, according to the SAHRC’s report for the 2016/2017 financial year.