Host, Eusebius McKaiser, started his show on Friday with a dedication to President Jacob Zuma.
This song is called Mr. President. Wherever you are Mr. President listen very carefully to these lyrics, they may yet come to haunt you.— Eusebius McKaiser, host of the Eusebius McKaiser show
Then he took on Acting Police Commissioner, Khomotso Pahlane.
Watch: Here Eusebius McKaiser question Phahlane's conduct and remarks made at the briefing
Watch: Acting Police Commissioner, Kgomotso Phahlane briefs media on security for Friday marches.
Like McKaiser, listeners also had a few things to get off their chests.
Eusebius, I'm a white granny, I've never toy-toy'd. I've stood on the corner of William Nicol and Republic in Sandton. My arms are not part of my body. I must say thank you to everybody that hooted, all my brothers from another mother.— Caroline, caller
I think the SACP must stand up now. They shouldn't worry about the secret ballot, they must be bold enough to be able to stand up. Even if they don't win the vote, it's about principle.— Farouk, caller
It's good and well that everyone who is feeling strongly about Zuma must fall or Save South Africa is marching today. I just want to call for them to also march for other very important things in the country.— Thandi, caller
Listen to the clip below for comments from the open line: