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Khulu Phasiwe: Things are falling apart at Eskom

Khulu Phasiwe: Things are falling apart at Eskom

Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe gives updates on the picket by trade unions and deliberate acts of disruption.

Callers question why ordinary citizens must pay for Eskom's financial woes

Callers question why ordinary citizens must pay for Eskom's financial woes

702 and CapeTalk callers share their views on issues affecting the country on a daily basis.

[WATCH] Phone translation almost to the rescue and the cutest baby laugh

[WATCH] Phone translation almost to the rescue and the cutest baby laugh

Khabazela shares Tweets, Facebook posts and Youtube video that have social media on a frenzy.

FiFA 2018 World Cup hours away from kick-off...Are you ready?

FiFA 2018 World Cup hours away from kick-off...Are you ready?

Football analyst & African Pride podcast host Christophe Bongo gives insights into the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Ethiopia get ready... Lee Kasumba will be landing there soon

Ethiopia get ready... Lee Kasumba will be landing there soon

702's Lee Kasumba heads to East Africa to find out about business innovations on #AfricaConnected.

Num says unions are planning lunchtime picket, not strike

Num says unions are planning lunchtime picket, not strike

The union says Eskom's mismanagement and looting should not be used as an excuse for a zero percent wage increase.

'We lost the plot the day Sadtu and Cosatu went into co-governance with ANC'

'We lost the plot the day Sadtu and Cosatu went into co-governance with ANC'

Political analyst Lesiba Teffo says teachers under the tutelage of Sadtu abandoned their teaching obligation for political gains

'Bystander factor in school violence videos is worrying'

'Bystander factor in school violence videos is worrying'

Clinical Psychologist Khosi Jiyane says 'see you after school' fights are nothing new but cell phones have made it more public.

SACE: Drastic action needed to curb violence in schools

SACE: Drastic action needed to curb violence in schools

The South African Council of Educators is baffled by incidents of aggression by learners and says SGBs must intervene.