The former Social Development director general explains a timeline of events which led to CPS contract with Sassa being extended.
Africa Melane talks to SA born cleric, philosopher, writer and broadcaster Reverend Lawrence Ndlovu.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Econometrix Chief Economist Dr Azar Jammine.
A legal battle of note will ensue as UDM pushes for secret ballot vote in no confidence motion while facing opposition from Zuma
Hawks deputy commissioner Yolisa Matakata will act in the top post until further notice.
ANC leaders were meant to explain the NWC's decision to back Zuma after the reshuffle, but instead slammed the anti-Zuma marches.
Host Redi Tlhabi says that, at this stage in our democracy, government should have a clear idea on how to steer the country forward.
Presenter Eusebius McKaiser gets under the skin of novelist Nthikeng Mohlele and the inspiration behind his literary oeuvre.
Sdumo Dlamini attended Zuma's birthday celebration showing him unwavering support despite federation's call for him to step down.
Mbalula says he is satisfied with police management and describes his relationship with the acting police commissioner as solid.
Parliament Speaker Baleka Mbete has decided to postpone the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma until further notice.
Xolani Gwala weighs in on the alleged assassination attempt of SACP second deputy secretary general, Solly Mapaila.
Speaking at his birthday celebration in Soweto, Zuma said inequality and unemployment are as a result of land dispossession.
South Africa's downgrade to a junk status has raised concerns that it will result in high medicine costs.
The DA says Parliament is able to reschedule the motion of no confidence, until the ConCourt rules on the secret ballot matter.
Redi Tlhabi says civil society shouldn't have to resort to court action so often because government should be able to do its job.
The EFF leader joined other opposition parties and addressed crowds in a joint protest calling for the President to step down.
Zapiro says he agrees rape is the worst violation of a woman but says the country is being violated.
SA Communist Party's Solly Mapaila believes a gunman at the ceremony attempted to threaten or kill him after a video clip emerged.
Members of the opposition parties have made their way to the Union Buildings despite rain threatening to disrupt the morning.
702's NightTalk host Gugulethu Mhlungu says Zapiro reduces sexual violence to a trope and social commentators should do better.
Listen to Eusebius change the tune of his open line with a short parody imagining what radio would sound like with no politics.
Cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro has once gain drawn controversy over his latest cartoon. Eusebius McKaiser explains why it's wrong.
Villagers in Mazowe have been left without homes after their houses were destroyed to make way for a wildlife conservancy.
Zuma's racist rhetoric about the recent mass protests is diverting from the real issue of a corrupt and morally defunct state.
Xolani Gwala says he is disappointed by Zapiro's rape cartoon published in the Daily Maverick.
ConCourt granted UDM access to argue why MPs should vote by secret ballot and allowed parties involved to file opposing papers.
Tshwane Metro Police Department clarifies road closures affected by the opposition parties' march to the Union Buildings.
The cartoonist says he has been thinking about revisiting the metaphor amid reports of state capture.
Presenter Redi Tlhabi called on government officials to be frank and honest about the events of last week's anti-Zuma protests.
ConCourt considers hearing UDM's application on secret ballot and may lead to vote of no confidence being postponed says Holomisa.
Former DG Zane Dangor has filed papers in the Constitutional Court explaining his side of the story.
Msimanga says Steven Ngobeni failed to execute instructions put in place to prevent disruptions during State of the City address.
United Democratic Movement leader says ANC intimidated MPs in public, therefore, they should be protected through secret ballots.
Callers tell stories proving just how awkward it is bumping into co-workers in the loo, and the lengths they go to to avoid them.
ACDP, APC, COPE, DA, EFF, IFP and UDM have joined forces in their call for Zuma to step down.
Former President Thabo Mbeki says MPs serve in Parliament as representatives of the people.
UDM will be approaching the Concourt for permission to vote through a secret ballot during the motion of no confidence in Zuma.
Opposition parties outline Wednesday 12 April's proceedings, and it's Zuma's birthday as well.
Eskom chief nuclear officer says it's all systems go for the government's nuclear build programme.
Congress of the People (Cope) leader Mosiuoa Lekota offers a controversial view on the land question.
Standard Bank and 702 has sent journalist Nikiwe Bikitsha to Lagos in Nigeria. She shares her first impressions with Xolani Gwala.
The term coined on social media gets it's inspiration from Gwede Mantashe flip-flopping on his criticism of the ANC.
Xolani Gwala remembers the death of former SACP general secretary and Mkhonto We Siwe commander, Chris Hani.
Today marks 24 years since Hani was gunned down outside his home in Dawn Park, Boksburg.
Concerned ANC MP Dr Makhosi Khoza writes a heart felt Facebook post detailing immoral leadership and personal challenges.
UDM leader says his party is heading to court to argue that MPs should be allowed to vote by secret ballot against Zuma.
SaveSA convener, Sipho Pityana, says they will continue with public campaigns to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma to resign.
Take a listen to John's three book picks for the week.
702's Afternoon Drive host, Redi Tlhabi says South Africans at #AntiZumaMarches are reclaiming the country.
Keith in Randburg and many other listeners called in to share their views on the climate in South Africa with Eusebius Mckaiser.
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete turned down the opposition's call to vote by secret ballot in the motion of no confidence.
Eusebius McKaiser's Friday Open Line took off with a dedication to President Zuma and an address to Khomotso Phahlane.
Xolani Gwala questions the message top cop, Phalane, is sending to his police force during the protests.
Police commissioner says questions about the role of ANC members amid protest action against Zuma should be directed to the ANC.
SaveSA People's March calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign has been granted permission by the courts.
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete confirmed Parly will debate a motion of no confidence in President Zuma the week after next.
Reports speculate that other ministers and Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa may resign following Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.
Pieter-Louis Myburgh and Karima Brown expose gaping holes in the story that is setting off investigative journalism alarm bells.
The Cabinet meeting will take place later today after the funeral of struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada.
It is still unclear why the President asked Finance Minister to return to South Africa from investors roadshow.
Nkosinathi Msimango appeared briefly at the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Monday afternoon.
Fifteen computers were stolen containing info about the Chief Justice, Judges and courts.
Times journalist Stephan Hofstatter gives the lowdown on Nkosinathi Msimango, the man allegedly linked to the investigation.
There have been questions raised around an investigation into the burglary at the offices of the Chief Justice.
Johan Burger says cops could have been more responsible by clarifying that connections to the crime had not yet been established.
The three suspects appeared in court on Wednesday on unrelated charges with no explanation from the authorities.
Acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane says a fourth suspect is believed to have crucial information.
Acting top cop Khomotso Phahlane says 3 suspects arrested and unlicensed firearms, fake IDs, and suspected getaway car found.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews EWN’s Stephen Grootes about the political ramifications of the Sassa debacle.
Minister of Social Development Bathabile Dlamini was absent from Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
Political analyst says some of Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's supporters are not good for her ANC presidency campaign.
In Addis Ababa on Tuesday Dlamini-Zuma handed over her post as African Union chair to Moussa Faki Mahamat.
Communications Minister may challenge report in court and analyst says it's all related to ANC factions and succession battles.
Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Accounts chair says Minister Bathabile Dlamini deliberately failed the process.