#2015MustFall 702 Presenters reflect on the year

Marc Lewis reflects on the year of world cup loss and personal winnings

Marc Lewis reflected on a somewhat tragic sporting year, where we lost the cricket and rugby world cups. On a personal note, he was winning… literally! He received a couple of awards, from Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula!

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Azania Mosaka reflects on a year of 'adulting'

Azania Mosaka reflects on a year of 'adulting'

Azania Mosaka reflects on joining Primedia in 2015 and exploring new fashion designers on her show. She shares some lessons she's learnt on 'adulting'.

Redi Tlhabi reflects on her best show of 2015

Redi Tlhabi reflects on her best show of 2015

Redi Tlhabi reflects on one of her most outstanding broadcasts, from the Cradle of Humankind, with the discovery of Home Naledi. She describes this as 'a salient moment for our country'.

Aki Anastasiou on the rise of the self-drive car in 2015

Aki Anastasiou on the rise of the self-drive car in 2015

Aki Anastasiou says that 2015 is the year where we saw the rise of self-driven cars, as well as technology-enabled health and fitness products that stood out this year.

Stephen Grootes reflects on the year of jammed signals and parliament ejections

Stephen Grootes reflects on the year of jammed signals and parliament ejections

702/CapeTalk's Stephen Grootes reflects on what 2015 would look like if it was an image – a phone with no signal, showing a video of EFF's Julius Malema getting booted out of parliament.

Bruce Whitfield reflects on a year of 'lost opportunity'

Bruce Whitfield reflects on a year of 'lost opportunity'

Bruce Whitfield compares 2015 to a jigsaw puzzle with pieces scattered and no one putting them together. While he will be working throughout the holidays, he is also looking forward to some time with his family.

Xolani Gwala reflects on 'year that civil society stood up'

Xolani Gwala reflects on 'year that civil society stood up'

Xolani Gwala is urging everyone to recharge, so we can look at contributing positively to SA in 2016.

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