The Week that Was at 702...

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 10 July 2015.


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The Week that Was at 702... 'til 1 April 2016

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 1 April 2016

Highlights from in front of the mic and behind the scenes at Gauteng's favourite talk brand!

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 18th March 2016

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 18th March 2016

Highlights from in front of the micrphone and from behind the scenes at Gauteng's favourite talk brand!

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 04 March 2016

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 04 March 2016

The Premier, a hero, a stand-in and much more... it's been a busy week on 702

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 26 February 2016

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 26 February 2016

From Rebecca Molope to Nicky Minaj; the Budget Speech to the Friday Stand-in, there's been plenty to talk about.

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 5 February 2016

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 5 February 2016

One of this week's highlights was Xolani Gwala's candid interview with suspended police commissioner Riah Phiyega.

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 29th January 2016

The Week that Was at 702... 'til 29th January 2016

Highlights from in front of the microphone (and cameras) and behind the scenes at Gauteng's favourite talk brand!

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