[LISTEN] Does the world need a social credit score to help us 'behave'?
What happens when you voluntarily submit your personal data to companies and can your data be used against you?
[LISTEN] Party funding bill aims to enhance transparency - Diko
Presidency spokesperson Khusela Diko says the president still needs to consult the IEC and National Treasury before they can announce when the bill will come into effect.
[LISTEN] Are commissions of inquiry a waste of time in SA?
Political activist Dr Dale McKinley says many commissions have been reduced to their entertainment value because wrongdoers are treated with impunity.
[LISTEN] 'Agrizzi is no hero for blowing the whistle'
Eusebius McKaiser says often the people that sit on the most interesting and the most explosive information about criminality, are the ones who are criminals themselves.
[LISTEN] Does petrol have an expiry date?
During an interview on TalkRadio 702, Dr Chris Smith explained it's always better to have 'fresh petrol'.
[LISTEN] Should Zimbabwe officially join SA in a monetary union?
Currency specialist at Ironhead Trading, Tim Nhamo, weighs in on whether Zimbabwe should join South Africa as part of a monetary union.
[LISTEN] Manyi: 'ATM is bigger than the ANC and we're gunning to govern'
While he couldn't quote precise figures, Mzwanele Manyi claims that the party's size is in excess of a million members.
[LISTEN] How Vitality points, status work
While some took to social media to complain about their Vitality points not working, the company says this is not a major issue but rather a minor issue based on complaints received.
[LISTEN] How societies view black girls and women
Social activist Lovelyn Nwadeyi, Soul City Institute CEO Lebo Ramafoko and 'Sunday Times' lifestyle editor Pearl Tsotetsi share their experiences of surviving the world in a black woman’s body with Talk Radio 702 host Eusebius McKaiser.
[LISTEN] 'Situation in Zim getting worse & govt doesn't care'
Protests spread across Zimbabwe on Monday as citizens demonstrated against the sharp increase in fuel prices announced by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday.
[LISTEN] Unpacking Radovan Krejcir's claim he paid Zuma R2.5m for asylum
Talk Radio 702 host Karima Brown grills journalist Abram Mashego about the explosive story where Radovan Krejcir says he paid the former president R2.5 million to buy his asylum papers in South Africa.
[LISTEN] The cities are in total shutdown - Zimbabwean journalist
Protests, which started on a very small scale, heightened by midday, forcing schools and some businesses in two cities to close.
[LISTEN] Legend to legend: Jomo Sono pays tribute to Phil Masinga
Jomo Sono has joined the many South Africans sending their heartfelt condolences to the family of former Bafana Bafana striker Phil 'Chippa' Masinga who passed away at the weekend.
[LISTEN] Nomuzi Mabena opens up on viral car crash video
Nomuzi Mabena has defended a viral car accident campaign that sparked outrage online.
[LISTEN] The agony of divorce and the splitting of assets
In the wake of the world's richest couple's divorce announcement, Bruce Whitfield asks family law attorney Ceri von Ludwig what South African law says about the splitting up of assets during a divorce.
[LISTEN] Banyana's Desiree Ellis: 'Winning CAF award a surreal moment'
Speaking to Radio702’s Bruce Whitfield, Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis described receiving a CAF award as an 'amazing moment' as she was up against tough competition.
[LISTEN] Why are all the white kids sitting together?
Eusebius McKaiser engages a listener over the apparent segregation of grade R learners in a classroom at a Schweizer-Reneke school.
[LISTEN] What makes private schools a cut above the rest?
Radio 702's Ray White speaks to the executive director of the Independent Schools Association, Lebogang Montjane, about what makes a private school a cut above the rest.