'SA's decade's old water infrastructure continues to fail'
Africa Melane is joined by Anja du Plessis, associate professor and research specialist in Integrated Water Resource Management at UNISA to talk about how basic water services in SA are in decay after years of progress.
'One of the greatest': Mbangwa remembers Rudi Koertzen's contribution to cricket
Bongani Bingwa is joined by cricket commentator and former Zimbabwe cricketer, Mpumelelo Mbwangwa, to pay tribute to world renowned former umpire Rudi Koertzen following his passing.
'Comedy is a healer', says Tumi Morake on new comedy special
Bongani Bingwa chats to comedian, actress and writer Tumi Morake about the ‘Laugh Mosadi’ stand-up comedy special.
'ANC must not tokenise incoming, first-ever women KZN premier Dube-Ncube'
Mandy Wiener spoke to political analyst Dr Fikile Vilakazi, about the ANC's first female premier candidate in KZN, Nomusa Dube-Ncube.
'I expected more creativity', says Khanyi Mbau on her roast
Bongani Bingwa spoke to media personality Khanyi Mbau about being the first female roastee on the latest African edition of the Comedy Central Roast.
Need to access your retirement savings early? What you need know
Clement Manyathela speaks to Blessing Utete, managing executive for Old Mutual Corporate Consultants on early retirement savings.
'Corporates have to feel the pain', says Lord Hain on his Bain win
Bongani Bingwa spoke exclusively to British politician and anti-apartheid fighter, Lord Peter Hain on the UK government's suspension of Bain & Company from public contracts.
Gender commission rubbishes Mthethwa's pay parity promise
Africa Melane speaks to Javu Baloyi, Commission for Gender Equality spokesperson about the possibility of equal pay across the board for women athletes.
SRD R350 grant: Thousands of payments delayed after PostBank's technical glitch
Africa Melane spoke to Lucas Ndala, the interim CEO at Postbank about the technical issues with the R350 grant payments.
"We made it!' says San Council on historic rooibos agreement
Amy MacIver chats to the director of the San Council, Leana Snyders, and Rooibos Council spokesperson Mathane Swart about the historic Rooibos benefit-sharing agreement.
How do I tell my friend I don't want to be his child's godfather?
Anele and the Club try to help a guy who's just not ready to be his friend's child's godfather.
Should the legal drinking age be changed?
Africa Melane chats to Johan du Toit, hospitality law expert at Barnard Incorporated Attorneys about what needs to be done to change the South African legal drinking age from 18 to 21.
WCED: This week crucial to clearing school application backlog
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Western Cape Education Department spokesperson, Bronagh Hammond, about the latest on the 2023 school application process.
'Inhumane' to deny parents right to bury foetus younger than 26 weeks - activist
Lester Kiewit spoke to Sonja Smith of Voice of the Unborn Baby, about the ConCourt ruling relating to the rights of parents who want to bury a foetus younger than 26 weeks.
'It's about the principle,' says Cosatu about government salary increases
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Cosatu Parliamentary Coordinator Matthew Parks about the 2022 salary increases of government office bearers.
WC schools are oversubscribed for 2023, so where do pupils go? - Naptosa
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Yasierah Adonis, Naptosa Western Cape provincial chairperson, about the challenges parents are experiencing with schools being over subscribed for 2023.
One in five SA kids have a mental health condition, only 30 child psychiatrists
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Dr Alicia Porter, a board member of the South African Society of Psychiatrists about the mental health crisis facing children in South Africa.
Uber urges use of blue shield amid calls for regular driver background checks
Refilwe Moloto speaks to Kagiso Khaole, head of mobility operations for Uber in Sub-Saharan Africa about driver background checks and Uber's safety program with SAPS