[LISTEN] Lillian Dube talks about cancer, God and hope
Media personality Dr Lillian Dube opens up on battling cancer and her relationship with God.
[LISTEN] How you can help your children to get rich
Author Sam Beckbessinger advises parents to open tax-free savings account for their children, including infants.
[LISTEN] How Zuma’s corruption case could affect the ANC during elections
The former president’s lawyers submitted an application for a permanent stay of prosecution about three weeks ago and the court will now have to decide if he should stand trial in May, the proposed month for elections.
[LISTEN] Here's why the SIU is probing SABC interim board
The SIU said last week it had discovered irregularities in the awarding of the lucrative contract by the interim board.
[LISTEN] Consumers warned to be careful about credit this festive season
Managing director at Circle Payments Charles Niehaus, speaks about five things to watch out for as you spend on your credit card this holiday season.
[LISTEN] GEPF writes off R4.3bn investment. Here's why
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Abel Sithole, principal executive officer at the Government Employees Pension Fund over its investment decisions.
[LISTEN] Why Trevor Noah’s grandmother doesn’t watch his show
Talk Radio 702 presenter Xolani Gwala speaks to Jonathan 'Khabazela' Fairbairn about a viral video of Trevor Noah and his grandmother Nomalizo Frances in her Soweto home.
[LISTEN] Understanding the events unfolding at SABC
Talk Radio 702 host Karima Brown spoke to Media Monitoring Africa’s William Bird who has called on the president to save the SABC from crisis.
[LISTEN] Back at square one: SABC rocked by board member resignations
Hlengiwe Mkhie, chairperson of Parliament's Portfolio Committee on Communications says that there is a leadership crisis at the SABC.
[LISTEN] Makhura: 'Governing Gauteng is not like governing any other province'
TalkRadio 702’s Karima Brown interviewed Gauteng Premier David Makhura following the release of his fifth political report.
[LISTEN] Sarb's Lesetja Kganyago opens up about his money
Talk Radio 702 presenter Bruce Whitfield talks to Lesetja Kganyago about being the central bank governor, money and saving.
[LISTEN] After the party: Global Citizen festival goers mugged after concert
Thousands came out to watch the country’s first Global Citizen event. However, after the event, angry revellers took to Twitter saying that they were mugged as they were trying to catch their lifts home.
[LISTEN] Does muti actually work?
Some listeners phoned in to testify to the power of muti to resolve problems, while others dismissed its efficacy.
[LISTEN] Health Minister addresses NHI critics following document leak
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi fires back at critics who have protested over the speed at which the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill is being processed.
[LISTEN] How will national minimum wage work in practice?
TalkRadio 702 host Eusebius McKaiser interviews labour lawyer Sherisa Rajah about the new act.
[LISTEN] Learners perform better in single-sex schools - report
The research found the teaching style, environment and culture in single-sex schools are different from those in mixed-sex schools - which allowed children to flourish.
[LISTEN] SA journo Angela Quintal relives Tanzania detention
Quintal says that she and her colleague Muthoki Mumo had met all the requirements to be legally in the country, despite being detained.
[LISTEN] Nikki Bush talks about benefits of having children
Parenting expert Nikki Bush says laughter has a a positive effect on our emotions and on our body.