4 dead in Brakpan taxi violence

4 dead in Brakpan taxi violence

Police have confirmed four people have been shot dead and six people injured.

 'Among all the tragedy, there is a little bit of happiness being injected'

'Among all the tragedy, there is a little bit of happiness being injected'

Joanne Joseph highlights the good that is being done in an effort to bring some light to your day.

'Nothing is random at supermarkets'

'Nothing is random at supermarkets'

Consumer journalist Wendy Knowler explains how supermarkets place everything on shelves to make you buy more.

Full Cream Figure magazine brings new meaning to the term 'fat'

Full Cream Figure magazine brings new meaning to the term 'fat'

The online magazine is described as part of a 'fat-positive movement' that celebrates full-figured women.

Government misses bucket system eradication deadline by 10 years

Government misses bucket system eradication deadline by 10 years

The portfolio manager at Outa, Yamkela Ntola says it is investigating why the bucket system is still in place.

Billions unaccounted for in Water and Sanitation Dept

Billions unaccounted for in Water and Sanitation Dept

Water Affairs Dept spokesperson Sputnik Ratau says the minister is concerned by the billions that cannot be accounted for.

702 welcomes Richard Nwamba and a new African music show

702 welcomes Richard Nwamba and a new African music show

The 702 line-up will soon include This Is Africa between 16h00 and 18h00 every Saturday.

Scopa to subpoena Pearl Bhengu over Sassa expenditure

Scopa to subpoena Pearl Bhengu over Sassa expenditure

DA Member of Parliament Timothy Brauteseth says amounts spent on the supposed educational events hosted by Sassa are suspicious.