[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.
[LISTEN] Little has changed in ANC under Ramaphosa, says analyst
Political analyst Prince Mashele and the ANC's Zizi Kodwa debate whether or not the governing party has seen any change under the leadership of Cyril Ramaphosa.
[LISTEN] #SurvivingRKelly: 'If you have money, that will overpower justice'
In 'Surviving R Kelly', a number of young women, some of whom were underage at the time of the alleged offences, detail their experiences with the self-titled 'Pied Piper of R&B'.
[LISTEN] Class of 2031: How organisation, leadership impacts a child's schooling
Professor Jonathan Jansen says whether a school is organised or not before the start of the school year gives a very good indication of how the academic year will look.
[LISTEN] Debating the challenges of basic education
Eusebius McKaiser interviews deputy Minister of Basic Education Enver Surty about a range of issues faced by the country's education system, including the matric pass rate.
[LISTEN] Teen pregnancy in SA 'systemic', with no decline in numbers since 1998
Former statistician-general, Dr Pali Lehohla says the notion that teenagers are getting pregnant to access social grants is not true, but he does cite poverty and lack of education as the root causes.
[LISTEN] The one thing your relationship may be missing
How well do you know your partner? Clinical sexologist Dr Eve explains why it’s important for couples to honestly and frequently check in on each other.
[LISTEN] How to deal with disappointing matric results
Speaking to Ray White on Radio702, Hein Hofmeyr a clinical psychologist at Akeso Clinic, says the period where many matrics get their results may be a difficult time for those who did not do so well.
[LISTEN] Methodist Church to investigate 'sexist remarks' made by ANC chaplain
Radio 702’s Clement Manyathela spoke to Bishop Zipho Siwa and Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana about the unfolding scandal that’s hit the church.
[LISTEN] Umalusi CEO defends decision to adjust IEB matric marks
Umalusi CEO Dr Mafu Rakometsi explains that the IEB system is different to the Department of Basic Education (DBE).
[LISTEN] Hot weather contributes to drop in Gauteng dam levels
Talk Radio 702 host Phemelo Motene speaks to Department of Water and Sanitation spokesperson Sputnik Ratau Ratau about the figures of the dam levels and water issues in the Free State, with taps reported to be running dry.
[LISTEN] 'My role is to use language to give life and vision' - Lebo Mashile
Lebo Mashile says that she's been performing for 19 years but admits that it doesn't get easier.
[LISTEN] Jackie May: Christmas period is such a wasteful time
Talk Radio 702 host Phemelo Motene speaks to Jackie May, the founder and editor of Twyg, about sustainable Christmas.