[LISTEN] Who actually invented the ‘Please Call Me’ SMS service?
Talk Radio 702 presenter Karima Brown speaks to Toby Shapshak, the editor and publisher of 'Stuff' magazine, about his piece stating that the real inventor of the service is, in fact, Ari Kahn, a former MTN consultant.
[LISTEN] Cosatu says alleged mass layoffs behind looming strike
Despite assurances given by President Cyril Ramaphosa on job security, union's spokesperson Sizwe Pamla says they don't believe there won't be layoffs at Eskom.
[LISTEN] A second chance for SA: Sipho Pityana urges new framework for growth
Sipho Pityana has warned South Africa may not have the opportunity to bounce back if leaders don’t address economic challenges now.
[LISTEN] Sapo CEO touts using pension funds to help SOEs stay afloat
SA Post Office CEO Mark Barnes says that using pension funds to fund SOEs will save the country from mistakes and fill holes.
[LISTEN] How DA’s election advertising is failing to hit the mark
Talk Radio 702’s Money Show host Bruce Whitfield and branding and advertising expert Andy Rice explore what the different political parties are saying in their advertising for the upcoming general elections.
[LISTEN] Zuma campaigning for ANC a political gamble?
Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni weighs in on the ANC's decision to have Jacob Zuma campaign for the party ahead of the 2019 general elections.
[LISTEN] Dennis Davis: 'Tax revolt would cause govt to crash'
'The Money Show' host Bruce Whitfield speaks to Judge Dennis Davis, chairperson of the Tax Review Committee, and SA Revenue Service commissioner Mark Kingon about Western Cape Premier Helen Zille’s call for a tax revolt.
[LISTEN] IEC CEO Mamabolo answers your questions on voter registration
The final registration weekend is on 26 and 27 January and stations will be open before 8 am and 5 pm.
[LISTEN] Inside WEF 2019 'where business is being done'
Bruce Whitfield talks to delegates at this year's World Economic Forum which is being held in Davos under the theme of 'Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution'.
[LISTEN] Are you treating your domestic worker right?
Aisha Pandor, CEO and founder of Sweep South, shares details on the purpose of the Domestic Workers Act and what you should be paying your domestic worker.
[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] 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.