Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Role of the private sector in the NHI

Interview with Dr Clarence Mini - Acting Managing Director, of the Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) Southern Africa, talking about the role of the private sector in the national healthcare insurance.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Eskom • #TimolInquest • #BeSomebody

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Cultural beliefs about being left handed. • Cultures and beliefs that cannot be explained. • Julius Malema says they’re about 60 MPs who will be willing to vote President Zuma out. • Makhosi Khoza not having accepted the security offer by parliament. • Reasons we close our eyes when we pray. • OUTA says that load shedding was inflicted on the public.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Issue of copyright & related rights.

Interview with Sean Flynn, Associate Director and Lecturer in Residence at American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL), talking to us about the roundtable discussion that Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI) had on the issue of copyright & related rights.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Used juice and milk cartons now being recyclable in South Africa

Interview with John Hunt - Managing Director at Mpact Recycling, talking about used juice and milk cartons now being recyclable in South Africa.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #MsebenziZwane • #PublicProtector • #Mandela’sLastYear

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• 702’s tweet • PP saying, she will investigate Eskom’s controversial R30 million pension pay-out. • Appraising PP. • How many times a week do you change your bed linen? • Mayor Mashaba saying he won’t allow dilapidated buildings to be hijacked. • How JHB CBD currently looks.

TALK AT NINE: Violence against women

Mia Malan, Mail & Guardian Health Editor, spoke to us about some of the factors that make men more likely to be violent towards women, and how that impacts on our country.

TALK AT NINE: Moerane Commission

Political Analyst Lukhona Mnguni spoke to Karima about the political killings in KZN and some of the shocking revelations at the R15-million Moerane Commission of Inquiry that took place this week.

TALK AT NINE: SACP's Mapaila takes legal action against Zuma

Alex Mashilo, South African Communist Party (SACP) Spokesperson, spoke to Karima about the announcement made by SACP deputy secretary Solly Mapaila last week that he’s taking legal action against President Zuma as he believes he lied about the reason for the removal of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

TALK AT NINE: Lack of prosecution against those implicated in State of Capture

Dr Johan Burger, Senior Researcher Consultant at the Institute for Security Studies, spoke to Karima Brown about the inaction on the part of law enforcements to act against those implicated in state capture.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Night out for two at Monte Casino

Interview with Debbie Combrink, Marketing manager for MonteCasino, talking about Night out for two that is currently taking place at MonteCasino.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #RIPChester • #RayPhiriMemorial • #ESKOM

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Uber vs Meter taxis • Does SA need young leadership. • Depression – perceptions by society • Presidential credentials. • Can religious leaders play a role in healing the KZN situation?

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: The NextGen Academy

Kim Willoughby - Head of The NextGen Academy, about this recently launched academy that is geared towards educating and empowering aspiring entrepreneurs, by equipping them with the rights skills and knowledge of the business world.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entrepreneur Feature - GloryBaby

Yolie Thela, Managing Director & Founder of GloryBaby, about her business called “GloryBaby”

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #10111strike • # PrudenceMabele • #Eskom

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Tribalism in SA and within the NAC • KZN ANC branch saying Dr. Makhosi Khoza is ill-disciplined. • According to the SAPS’ most recent crime statistics there’s a massive increase in hijackings in South Africa. • Brian Molefe being paid R8.9 million & R2.1 mill bonus for the 8mnths he served as Eskom’s CEO.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Mental Health Awareness month (July)

Interview with Dessy Tzoneva, Senior Councillor/Spokesperson at South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), talking about July being mental health awareness month as well as talk about some of the 31 Mental Health Facts that people should be aware of.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Makhosi Khoza • #MandelaDay • #FutureofSA

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Uber vs meter taxis violence. • What are you excited about this morning? • What you did on Mandela Day. • Nationwide strike by 10111workers. • SAPS and Parliament offering security for Dr. Makhosi Khoza. • Should qualifications be mandatory for political positions? • medical aid members continue to face prejudice & discrimination by their medical aid schemes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - 48V Mild Hybrid Systems

The the 48V system will help internal combustion engines survive longer. Nicol also attended the Audi Summit in Barcelona.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Biodegradable plastic bags

Azania chats to the senior researcher from the CSIR about biodegradable plastic bags that they have invented.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Civil society organisations conference to build a broad front against state capture

Civil society conference on how to recapture SOuth Africa.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Millennials transition into the workforce

Waldo Egan, Professional Development Manager at Vastratech, talking about the transition of millennials into the workforce

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• # Glebelands • #RKelly • #WorldEmojiDay

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• What kinds of conversation would you like to see going on in SA? • Possibility of President Zuma being involved in the 2014 violence where 89 people were killed • Emojis for SA • Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi’s comment on foreigners.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Western Cape hard-hitting ad will make you think twice about texting and driving

Azania chats about an advert that hopes to tackle texting and driving.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Uber drivers under attack

Azania chats to a group of Uber drivers/owners about the attacks on Uber drivers in Gauteng.

AZANIA MOSAKA: City of Joburg tackles hi-jacked buildings

Azania chats to the representative in the City of Joburg who is responsible for hi-jacked buildings.

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS: Open Line with Aubrey Masango

Louis Vuitton turned Basotho blankets into expensive fashion items. Aubrey asked listeners If they think Lois Vuitton should pay Basotho and who is going to get the money. Aubrey also talked about the former president interview on Power FM especially the land issue. He also asked listeners if they know what Imali Yeqolo is and the meaning of onomatopoeia.

TALK AT NINE: Secret voting in parliamnet

United Democratic Front (UDM) Leader General Bantu Holomisa spoke to Karima about the secret ballot voting and the planned March on the 8th of August

TALK AT NINE: SACP to run for 2019 elections

Karima spoke to re-elected South African Commuinst Party (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande who announced yesterday that the party will contest the 2019 general election under its own banner.

TALK AT NINE: Min. Sisulu runs for ANC Presidency

Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu spoke to Karima about her acceptance of her nomination to run for president of the African National Congress (ANC). Her nomination is in defiance of the ANC Women’s League’s call to back Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as the only female candidate.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Can you take a mental health day at work?

Interview with Peter Strasheim, Managing Consultant / Owner at DLM Labour & HR Management, to talk about employees’ rights to take a mental health day.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SollyMapaila • #RayPhiri • #MzwakheMbuli • #Ntshalintshali

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Au Pair earning close to R13 000 in South Africa. • Should you be in a relationship if you’re broke or don’t have a job? • Origins of spirituality. • Spelling of Africa names.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Breakfast for a buddy campaign

Interview with Ashton Frodsham, Former LeadSA Hero and a St Albans College student, talking about a ‘breakfast for a buddy campaign’ that he came up with.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #LonwaboTsotsobe • #Makhura • #VenusWilliams

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Religious practitioners need to be regulated. • Levels of trust between South Africans and police officers. • Companies allow employees to take sick leave for mental health. • Four lions that escaped from Kruger National Park.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Study on the commercialization of religion and abuse of the people’s belief systems.

The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities conducted and investigative study on the commercialization of religion and abuse of the people’s belief systems

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Ontlametse Phalatse's documentary

Interview with Keabetswe Mokoena who produced a documentary about the late Ontlametse Phalatse’s life.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Using social media to get your career ahead

Luyanda Madonia, fashion blogger, on how she used social media to create a name for herself.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #KalushiDay • #SACP • #PublicProtector

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Are men superior to women and vis-a-versa? • Making our airports safer. • Government considering using our health rebates for the National Health Insurance (NHI). • What do you consider “ill-disciplined”?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The black woman in love

Gabaza spoke to Aubrey about the black woman in love French feminist de Beauvoir's prolific book, The second Sex.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Japhet Ncube, Editor of The Star newspaper, talking about stories making headlines this morning.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Maswanganyi • #Rooney • #DrSefularoLecture

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Makhosi Khoza writing to Parliamentspeaker Baleka Mbete. • Taxi industry and Min Joe Maswanganyi saying it’s unfair for the industry to pay exorbitant fees. • Service Delivery in Diepsloot. • Regulation of the taxi industry and whether taxi owners make money.

TALK AT NINE: Open Line

• Makhosi Khoza and her being outspoken within ANC. • Taxi industry – suspended taxi strike. • BLF and intimidation of journalists.

TALK AT NINE: Conference for the Future of South Africa

Neeshan Balton, Executive Director of the Kathrada Foundation, spoke about a ‘Conference for the Future of South Africa’ that the foundation will be hosting next Tuesday, the purpose of the conference is to discuss united action to stop state capture and recapturing the state.

TALK AT NINE: SACP’s 14th Congress

SACP first Deputy General Secretary, Jeremy Cronin spoke about SACP’s 14th Congress scheduled to take place from tomorrow to Saturday the 15th of July.

TALK AT NINE: White Monopoly Capital and state capture

Joel Netshitenzhe, ANC's strategy and tactics chairperson and NEC Member, spoke about the ANC’s Policy Conference, White Monopoly Capital and state capture.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Friday Profile - Comedian Jason Goliath

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - family travel in winter

This week in the travel feature we explore family travel and top winter escapes for SA families since its school holiday season.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: The Inconvenience of Wings play

Mncedisi Shabangu, an actor, on a play that highlights the issue of mental illness in our society.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

Finding out the latest in entertainment news with Kay Selisho, Entertainment Journalist and Digital Content Creator at Zalebs.com

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SanefvsBLF • #RobKardashian • #Lukaku • #MissSAChallenge

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• ICC decision on South Africa. • Miss SA challenge • BLF and SANEF court interdict • Baleka Mbete and the secret ballot vote

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - La Boqueira

In the food feature this week Azzania chats to the co owners from La Boqueria in Park Town

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Gushwell Brooks

On the show this morning Gushwell talked about the ICC ruling on Bashir’s visit to South Africa. The other issue that people discussed was the issue of white monopoly capital. Gushwell also talked about the Foreign Public Relations company Bell Pottinger apology.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #JHBFire • #Sisulu • #Hakws

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Dimzique Jewellery

Yvonne Manyiki, Founding Director of Dimzique Jewellery, talking about how she started her business and the lessons she learnt from it.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• King Zwelithini’s budget. • Extending social grants to the age of 21. • ANC succession race. • Could Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Cyril Ramaphosa, Baleka Mbete and David Makhura unite ANC going forward or eradicate factionalism within the party? • Min. Gigaba challenging Mkhwebane’s advice/decision on amending the Reserve Bank’s constitution. • Hawks break-in.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango :

Gushwell spoke to Stanley about setting a goal and how to accomplish your goals.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Blood transfusion and blood donors

Dr Jackie Thomson- Acting CEO and a Medical Director at the SANBS, answering blood donor and blood transfusion questions that were raised last week on the show.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Opportunity to participate in Dubai

Lethabo Malaka, student from Rhodesfield Technical High School, who has an opportunity to participate in Dubai and requires assistance.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #White Monopoly Capital • #Vuwani • #CheckPoint

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• A study suggests that men and women still find working together 'inappropriate'. • Concept of 'white monopoly capital' rejected by majority at ANC policy conference. • PAC saying, they will ‘physically defend’ journalists. • ANC thinking of having two deputy presidents and thinking about allowing its members participating in electing its leadership.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Timeshare contracts

The National Consumer Commission’s inquiry panel into the vacation ownership or "timeshare" industry has identified the resale of points as one of the key issues it will focus on in its investigation.The panel, lead by former chairwoman of the National Consumer Tribunal Diane Terblanche, began hearing directly from consumers on Monday in Pretoria.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #TaxSeason2017 • #AlexanderForbes • #BathabileDlamini

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• The Free Movement of Basotho calling for the incorporation of their country into SA. • History and origins of different tribes in South Africa. • Do you feel that the ANCWL’s speaks for you as a South African? • Social Development min Bathabile Dlamini appointed as acting police minister. • Challenges that doctors experience within our health system. • Scientists find that women are given a tougher time in interviews than men.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Motivation Monday: Ran Comrades Marathon

Interview with Will Addison talking about how he lost 20 kg's in 7 months and completed the Comrades Marathon.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Taking a look at stories making headlines in the Pretoria News today with Val Boje, Editor of the Pretoria News.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #ConfedCup • #BafanaBafana • #Germany

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Re-evaluating/repositioning your goals. • DBE considering to lower the passing rate. • Treasury bailing out SAA with R2.2 billion • Retirement plans and retiring at 65. • Protest delivery action in Lolly.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Karabo Kgoleng

Opening the show Karabo asked listeners the difference between standing committee and sitting committee. The other issue that was discussed on the show was radical economic transformation. People are still talking about the ANC policy conference. Karabo also talked about the issue of Andile harassing Peter Bruce.

TALK AT NINE: Cosatu and BLSA agree to tackle state capture

Bheki Ntshalintshali, Cosatu general- secretary, about their recent two-day meeting held with Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) where both organization’s agreed to do whatever they can, separately and jointly, to fight state capture and help get the economy going.

TALK AT NINE: ANC Conference 2017

Sthembile Mbete, Political Analysts, talking to Karima about the ANC Conference that is currently taking place in Nasrec and what they make of the events that have already unfolded.

TALK AT NINE: ANC Conference 2017

Ebrahim Fakir, Political Analyst, talking to Karima about the ANC Conference that is currently taking place in Nasrec and what they make of the events that have already unfolded.

TALK AT NINE: ANC stalwarts refuse to attend the ANC Conference

Cheryl Carolus, ANC Veteran and Former ANC Deputy Secretary General, spoke to Karima about the president’s comments about the ANC stalwarts during his opening address at the ANC Conference at Nasrec. Cheryl also commented on the issue of the secret ballot and the bailing out of South African Airways (SAA).

TALK AT NINE: SANEF to take legal action against BLF

Sam Mkokeli, SANEF Media Freedom Subcommittee Chairperson, talking about the legal action they have taken against BLF’s threats against journalists.

AZANIA MOSAKA: 702 Unplugged - Jaziel Brothers

AZANIA MOSAKA: Friday Profile - Emmanuel Castis

Azania chat to Emmanuel about his new role in Days of Our Lives

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - Volunteer Tourism

More and more people are seeking out a way to make a difference. They don’t just want a holiday for the sake of beach, cocktails and shopping but they want the opportunity to feel as if they have participated in benefiting the host country.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - 47OnGrant

Azania chat about this restaurant with a Turkish Fusion menu.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Connected with Standard Bank

Nikiwe Bikitsha is on the last leg of her visit to Mauritius for Africa Connected with Standard Bank. She has been in Mauritius for the past few days, exploring business opportunities in that country.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates World View

1). An Iraqi Victory In Mosul (the Iraqi PM declares the end of Islamic State). 2). The Grenfell Fire Inquiry (a promise of early results & lessons to be learned). 3). Hong Kong's Mixed Blessings (20 years since the UK passed it back to China). 4). Hand Luggage Taboos (airports report an astonishing array of bad baggage).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. The UN General Assembly is set to approve massive budget cuts for African Union peacekeeping missions... 2. The Kenyan nursing strike has entered its 30th today day and the Health Minister is asking the Courts to intervene 3. The UN children’s agency, UNICEF, has opened an air corridor to test the effectiveness of drones in humanitarian emergencies in Malawi.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Nedbank Business Accelerator

Xolani spoke to Lebogang Morule one of the finalist for the Nedbank Business Aclerator.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Modi Mining

Sam Molefi spoke to Xolani about the success of his business and the issues it faces in the mining sector. His company Modi Mining was the overall winner at the recent Shanduka Black Umbrellas National Enterprise Developments Awards.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

• ANC Conference • Intimidation of journalists by BLF.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Computers can now read minds.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: ational Arts Festival

Tony Lankester, CEO of the National Arts Festival, to talk about what we can expect from the 43rd year National Arts Festival that is currently taking place till 9th July.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

Entertainment news that made headlines this week with Kay Selisho, Entertainment Journalist and Digital Content Creator at Zalebs.com

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #FarewellRedi • #ANCGala • #Motsoaledi

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Suna Venter’s passing away • All schools to offer African language from Grade 1 in 2018 • learners being subjected to searches to prevent them cheating in the examination room. • Which language would you love for your child to learn from Grade 1? • What do you make of the ANC stalwarts saying they’ll be boycotting he first two days of the ANC conference? • MEC Panyaza Lesufi and the state of South Africa’s education system as well as parent’s role in it.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Circumcission

Dr Odion Aire, urologist from the urology hospital in Pretoria and we will be talking all circumcision.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the Journalist at The Times Kyle Cowan.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #GuptaCitizenship • #DuduMyeni • #ANCPolicy

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Mkhuseli Apleni's explanation about the Gupta citizenship in parliament. • Is it a coincidence that Home Affairs forgot to inform parly about the naturalisation of the Guptas? • dept. of education looking to axe principals who achieve 0% matric pass rate. • challenges that rural areas face with regards to crime and its impact on the agricultural sector. • Zimbabweans are demanding the right to vote in their next election.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer’s right of return

Since the commencement of the Consumer Protection Act, there have been some businesses who have stubbornly resisted compliance with its provisions.The Consumer Protection Act provides that, where goods are found to be defective in quality within six months of their purchase, the customer may insist upon a refund, or may allow the seller the chance to repair or replace the goods.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Ferrari/Mazda accident

Azania chats to Azania about the accident between a Ferrari and a Mazda, and why it is that the Ferrari has more damage than the Mazda.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Diversity in children's toys

Azania chats about the lack of diversity when it comes to children's toys for black kids.

AZANIA MOSAKA: The music lives on at Netcare Milpark Hospital’s Burns Unit

Azania chats about the story of Kechi Okwuchi who was one of two people whio survived a plane crash 12 years ago. She is now a contestant on America's Got Talent. Prof Plani recounts the day he resuscitated her at Milpark Hospital's Burns Unit.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: 02 TRUCK OF LOVE WITH SPAR

Claire Hoff, Development Manager at the Tshepong Centre for the Disabled, talking about the 7 experience and the its impact.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: World Blood Donor Month

Mr Ivor Hobbs, Regional Marketing Manager at the SANBS, talking about June as a World Blood Donor Month.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #PrisonStrippers • #Nehawu • #FreedomCharter

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Exotic dancer in prison • CR saying that he supports the Concourt decision. • Tanzania’s President John Magufuli bans young girl who fall pregnant from going back to school • Zim govt repossessing "unproductive farms from beneficiaries & redistributing it again • Blood donation and listeners experience

TALK AT NINE: Building houses for Marikana widows

Joseph Mathunjwa, President of Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), spoke about the Marikana Massacre AMCU trust fund whose main objective is to building houses for the widows and immediate families of the slain mine workers.

TALK AT NINE: ANC succession debate

Lukhona Mnguni, Political Analysts, spoke about how the succession battle is shaping up ahead of the ANC Policy Conference.

TALK AT NINE: ANC succession debate

Sthembile Mbete, Political Analysts, spoke about how the succession battle is shaping up ahead of the ANC Policy Conference.

TALK AT NINE: Political funding for political parties

Dr zweli Mkhize, African National Congress (ANC) Treasurer General, spoke about political party funding and the significance of getting it regulated and transparent.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival

Gaisang Sathekge, Event Coordinator for Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival, talking about the Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival and what to expect from it.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

1. Black Coffee now owns Zone 6 Venue 2. Babes Wodumo fails to apply for travel visa for the BET Awards 3. Mshoza's mom passes away due to lung and heart complications 4. Khuli goes to France to bag an award 5. Afrikaans soapie actress shot during home invasion 6. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West hire a surrogate

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SecretBallot • #ZumaQandA • #Concourt

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Is breastfeeding in public still a taboo? • Zimbabwe special dispensation visas expire in December. • Cabinet has approved the White Paper on the National Health Insurance (NHI) to be gazetted as a policy document. • South Africa has more domestic workers in employment than professionals. • Will Baleka Mbete decide to have a secret ballot on the motion of no confidence against. • President Zuma’s Q&A in parliament.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - National Epilepsy Week

Azania chats about Epilepsy from seizures, risks and living with Epilepsy.

AZANIA MOSAKA: How not to be a terrible boss

Azania finds out the difference between bosses, managers and leaders in the work place.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Consequences of a secret vote in Parliament

Azania chats to about the consequences and scenarios if a secret vote is held in Parliament.

AZANIA MOSAKA: How does a secret vote in Parliament work ?

Azania finds out exactly how the voting process will work if the Speaker of Parliament allows this to go ahead.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking your employer to the Labour court

Adv. Tertius Wessels, Industrial Relations Manager at Strata G Labour Solutions, talking about employees should know when taking their employers to the Labour court.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Invitation to participate at Intekaltuur, Canta Al Mar Music

Simon Rathethe, Choir Manager for Light of Hope, whose choir has been invited to participate at Intekaltuur, Canta Al Mar Music Competitions at Barcelona Spain.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SocialMediaBlackout • #Malema • #SAPOA17

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Meter taxis vs Uber drivers’ strike. • Dropping English as a national and suggestion that we should take up Zulu. • A man was imprisoned for dangling a baby out of a window to attract "likes" on Facebook. • Julius Malema’s comments at the South African Property Owner’s Association 2017. • Allegations that untrained staff have been conducting post-mortems in our mortuaries. • #SocialMediaBlackout that was not successful.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Wet and Dry Coughs

Dr. Marlin McKay, general practitioner at Goldman Medical Centre, talking about how to get through wet and dry coughs this winter.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the Times Journalist Sipho Mabena.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Prisoners being given laptops to help them further their education. • Is Public Protector Mkhwebane out of her depth with regards to her findings on the Absa and Reserve Bank report? • Person of interest who died in Yende’s case. • State of refugees in South Africa.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : How to buy a car

Wendy spoke to Aubrey about the practical information about what to look out for and what questions to ask when they sit down to sign for their new set of wheels.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature

The Motor Industry Ombudsman answers all your car industry issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Data Must Fall

The “Data Must Fall” hashtag has found its way back onto Twitter. This time Twitter users are calling for a social media blackout to protest the high cost of data. Last year, Touch Central CEO Tbo Touch and Cliff Central founder Gareth Cliff addressed Parliament’s telecommunications and postal services portfolio committee about their concerns over high data costs in the country.

AZANIA MOSAKA: City of Joburg to embark on door to door to sort out billing

The City of Johannesburg is going on a door-to-door campaign to educate its customers about paying their accounts on time and to resolve any queries.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Youth unemployment and fraud

Azania chats about the pressure of unemployment on the youth that my tempt fraud, such as false information on a CV, or fake qualifications in order to secure a job.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: #Food4Fees initiative

Nthato Malope, Director at Insights, talking about #Food4Fees initiative to raise funds for tuition fees.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Mkhwebane • #Absa • #CIEX

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• State of South African roads. • Human trafficking in South Africa. • Cyril Ramaphosa’s ANC presidential campaign. • SASSA Saga: Is the Post Office equipped enough to distribute grants nationally? • WHO regards being single as a disability. • Rape and abuses cases to be takn to court after 20years, this comes from landmark ruling yesterday written by Justice of Appeal Jonathan Heher, which brought South Africa on a par with the US, Australia, New Zealand and Canada in the recognition of the rights of adult survivors of child abuse.

TALK AT NINE: Everything SABC

Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo spoke to Karima about the SABC, everything from the Editorial Independence, their Financial Challenges, repression and censorship at the SABC.

TALK AT NINE: MKMVA Elective Conference

Thabang Makwetla from the MK National Council Steering Committee, discussed issues related to a faction of the MKMVA that wants the recent Elective Conference annulled.

TALK AT NINE: MKMVA Elective Conference

Dumisani Nduli, General Secretary of the ANC Umkhonto We Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) discussed issues related to a faction of the MKMVA that wants the recent Elective Conference annulled.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : open Line with Aubrey Masango

Aubrey asked listeners what they did on June 16 and father’s day. He also talked about Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor fight. Aubrey also talked about the dance analogy and asked listeners if they know anything about the dance of Sheba. He then spoke about the allegations of crimes and corruption.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Upclose and Personal Concert

Ringo Mandlingozi, singer and songwriter, talking about his up-close and personal concert at Silverstar Casino and what people can expect from him.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #TaxiStrike • #YouthDay • #MiningCharter

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Taxi Strike • Mining Charter • Youth Day – June 16

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Travelling tourist destination within South Africa. • Taxi strike and the taxi industry in general • Effects of the taxi strike • Renaming South Africa and history of the name Azania.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Travelling and tourism in South Africa

Aubrey spoke to Siyanda Dlamini, Marketing Director of Fortis hotels, spoke about South Africans not visiting a lot of tourist attraction in our country as well as pick some of the places listeners could visit this weekend.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Youth innovation and Entrpreneurship

Khaya Cokoto, Co-Founder and Managing Director of X Spark, talking about the development of youth innovation and entrepreneurship.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taxi strike in Midrand and Pretori

Edna Mamonyane, JMPD Spokesperson, gave us an update on which highways and were barricaded.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Taxi strike • Listeners reporting of areas that have been blocked off. • Midrand is blocked off, people can’t drive in or out of the area.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Notion of being inherent corrupt. • Mogale city mayoral saga. • Secret votes in parliament and municipalities.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Motor Industry Ombudsman annual report

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist, talking about the Motor Industry Ombudsman released his annual report for 2016.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Knowing and understanding change

Aubrey spoke to Stanley Beckett, author of Lift Off, spoke about knowing and understanding change and how it impacts one's life.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: 3RD Orange Farm Leadership Summit 2017

Tumi Mokoena, Head of Empowayouth @ Empowaworx, talking about 3RD Orange Farm Leadership Summit 2017.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #HlaudiMotsoeneng • #SABC • #BenNgubane

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Ben Ngubane reigning as chair of Eskom. • Hlaudi Motsoeneng being fired by the SABC board. • Security and securitization issues.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Min Lynn Brown announcing the resignation of Eskom chairperson Baldwin Ngubane. • Notion that Africans leaders are corrupt and what the implications of that says about us as Africans. • African leadership being questioned and criticized. • Issue of corruption being genetic or learned was highly debated. • Swaziland and Lesotho are unsustainable - should be incorporated to SA.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Fidget spinner inventor has made no maney

Azania takes a look at the inventor of the fidget spinner who has made no money from the craze. She chats about patents.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Report of Sexual Offences - Adult Prostitution

Azania chats about the report complied by the South African Law Reform Commission about the law regarding prostitution

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Difference between technical recession and full-blown recession

Aubrey spoke Yamkela F. Spengane, Independent researcher, about the difference between technical recession and full-blown recession and how will this impact us on our lives? What does it mean for you and I?

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Mother and Daughter camp

Mrs.Mamanese Mathule, Professional Speaker, Facilitator and Managing Director TM Events & Management Founder of Makoti & Mamazala Retreats, talking their upcoming Mother and Daughter camp.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Taking a look at stories making headlines in the Star Newspaper today with Japhet Ncube, Editor of the Star Newspaper.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Gupta leaked emails • Springbok game on Saturday • Mathews Phosa accepts nominations to run for ANC presidency.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: ‘I Love Melville’ exhibition

Dennis da Silva, Master Printer & Co-Founder of Alternative Print Workshop, talking about the ‘I Love Melville’ exhibition.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #EFFPresser • #NUMCC • #KnysnaFire

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

 EFF Presser yesterday.  NUM’s central executive committee conference  South African Council of Churches (SACC) saying South Africa has lost its moral compass and that parliament should be dissolved.  Moral fiber of the country.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Making change

Aubrey spoke to Francois about the first of making change. they also talked about the Comrades Marathon.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Healthy Lifestyle Feature - Contraception for the mature woman

In this weeks Healthy Lifestyle Feature, Azania takes a look at contraception for mature women.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Hand painted portraits

Azania chats to Victor Dlamini about handcrafted painting or photographs of people that we often find in our grand parents homes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: World Ocean Day 2017

Azania chats about the importance of the Ocean on World Ocean Day 2017.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Online CampusPlug

Bongani Masilela, CEO of CampusPlug, talking about an online platform created by university students with the aim of empowering their peer.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Update on Knysna fire

James-Brent Styan, Spokesman for Western Cape local Govt MEC Anton Bredell, gave an update on the Knysna fire and evacuation update.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Helen Zille suspended by the DA • Was Helen’s colonial tweet offensive or not? • Colonialism vs Apartheid vs Democracy • Is there a difference between colonialism and apartheid? • Developers being part of trustees – what does the law say?

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Capestorm and Knysna Fire

Kevin Brandt, EWN Reporter, giving an update about the #Capestorm and #KnysnaFire

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Need for affirmative resistance

Gushwell spoke to Solly about his article on the affirmative resistance to state capture. He said South Africa needs nation builders

AZANIA MOSAKA: Master Class - The JSE

Today in our Master Class Feature, Azania takes a look at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and how it all comes together.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Delron Buckley - My Life

Azania chats to former Bafana Bafana footballer Delron Buckley about his book titled Delron Buckley: My Life is the inspiring story of a young man who against the odds left behind the comfort of his family and the land of his birth, to successfully seek out his dream overseas. Despite the many difficulties he faced in a foreign land he rose to become a respected and recognisable figure in world football. It’s an amazing story of him growing up in Durban, South Africa to earning a professional contract for Bochum FC as a 16 year old in the premier German Bundesliga

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: World Heart Rhythm Week

Dr Vachait spoke to Ray aboput irregaular heart beats and one can determine if they have an irregular heart beat.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Mornign Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #CapeStorm • #Recession • #Prasa • #LifeEsidemeni

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Changes you would like to see in your country • Cape storm • SA in recession • #GuptaLeakedEmails

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer issues

Guswell spoke to Wendy about network marketing plans, formerly know as multilevel marketing.Network marketing plans are started by a company selling some product — fruit juice, soap, vitamin pills, water filters; anything, it doesn't matter — through a network of independent distributors who are promised exponential commissions by recruiting multiple levels of other distributors beneath them

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Rotary Club Festival

Hugh Rix, member of the Rotary Club of Rosebank, talking about the Rotary Club Festival that is currently taking place at the Hyde Park Corner.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: “The System” play

Seiphemo Motswiri, Director of the play “The System” at the State Theatre, talking about what the play is all about and how it was ensembled as well as the awards it won and its success abroad.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

#NalediAwards17 #GHSDefendYourGirls #WorstFeelingEver #JusticeFactor

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• DA suspending Helen Zille on her colonial tweet. • Brian Molefe’s case against Eskom and Min. Lynn Brown. • Grade 11 pupil makes racist comment in Durban • Min Gigaba says our SOEs are performing well. • Your child getting along with your ex’s partner. • Dress codes in schools

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Toxic masculinity

The concept of toxic masculinity describes standards of behaviour among men in contemporary American and European society that encourage domination and control of others while being opposed to intellectualism and emotional sensitivity.Masculinity doesn’t “belong” to any single gender or agender community. Anyone can identify as masculine, masculine of center, or be masculine-presenting. That’s a fact.

TALK AT NINE: London Terror Attack

Our UK Correspondent, Gavin Grey, gave us the latest on the London Terror Attack.

TALK AT NINE: Failure of Police to investigate corruption

David Lewis, Executive Director of Corruption Watch, spoke to Karima about the Capture of the Police & their failure to investigate the alleged corruption in government.

TALK AT NINE: Eruption of Political Violence

Mary de Haas, Independent Researcher and Violence Monitor, spoke to Karima about political violence that has been erupting in the country.

TALK AT NINE: Protest outside Solly Mapaila's house

SACP’s spokesperson, Alex Mashilo, spoke about a group of people that protested outside Solly Mapaila’s home on Tuesday, saying he must stop publicly criticising Zuma.

TALK AT NINE: Increase in political violence

Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula spoke to Karima about the increase in political violence as well as his announcement this week of Lieutenant General Lesetja Mothiba as the new acting National Commissioner of Police.

AZANIA MOSAKA: SASSA deductions

We have been inundated with pensioners calling into the show about abnormal deductions coming off their state pensions.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Financial planning as a career

We explore the course offered by the University of Johannesburg which they aim to help encourage high school learners into financial planning as a career.

AZANIA MOSAKA: World Environmental Day

June is Environment Month in South Africa. It is the time of the year in which the country celebrates not only World Environment Day, but also World Oceans Day and the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Whatsapp dram series for South Africa

A new drama series will now be published on WhatsApp. It’s going to be called Uk’shona Kwelanga and will allow people to follow characters from a particular family through their trials and tribulations.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Gushwell Brooks

On the show this morning Gushwell spoke about high level of crime in the country. He asked why people commit crime. He also raised the issue of drugs, people talked about their experience with drugs. People still talking about the Guptas email.

SUNDAY EARLY: Personal Development – time management, motivation, organisation, personal effectiveness

Personal development can simply be for fun. Most of us, however, find it easier to motivate ourselves to learn and improve if we have a purpose in doing so. Developing your personal vision - a clear idea of where you want to be in a few months or years, and why - is a crucial part of developing this purpose.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Profile interview

Flo spoke to Thenjiwe about his caree. Thenjiwe ‘Tay’ Moseley from Kwa-Mashu in Durban. She resigned from her job as a lawyer because her heart and mind was not in what she was doing, she then pursued a career in comedy.

SATURDAY EARLY: Transcendental Meditation

Transcendental Meditation (TM) is a technique for avoiding distracting thoughts and promoting a state of relaxed awareness. While meditating, the person practicing TM sits in a comfortable position with eyes closed and silently repeats a mantra. A mantra is a meaningless sound from the Vedic tradition that’s been assigned by a certified instructor.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Hypnotherapy - stress, wellness and personal excellence

Hypnosis has been around for thousand of year and by combining the state of hypnosis with other psychological processes you experience what is know as hypnotherapy, which can be used to help resolve many different type of issues. Hypnosis directly accesses that part of your mind that’s causing the problem, the deeper seat and more instinctive part, your unconscious mind.

AZANIA MOSAKA: 702 Unplugged

13 year old Violinist Pendo Masote joins us on the violin.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Friday Profile - Kass Naidoo

In the Friday Profile today we find out about the life and times of Media personality and Cricket commentator Kass Naidoo.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - Travel in Italy and tips for making your Rands go further

Today we look at the beautiful offering of Italy.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Phuza Friday - Beers for Africa

The South African Breweries has for the first time launched an eight-pack of iconic beers from different countries across Africa, with ambitions to export to global markets so consumers as far afield as the United States and China can enjoy these unique African beers

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - Guy Fieri’s Kitchen & Bar at Time Square

Today on the food feature we look at the offering from Guy Fieri’s Kitchen & Bar at Time Square Casino in Pretoria.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Upcoming production called 'CION'

Gregory Maqoma, Multi-award-winning choreographer, spoke about his upcoming production called “Cion” which is inspired by Zakes Mda’s Cion.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

#GuptaLeaks #Phahlane #Metrorail

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

1. The SAMAs were the topic of the week: Zahara threatens to sue Somizi, Bonang compliments Somizi, Babes and Mampintsha throw a fit, Babes x Mampintsha challenge, Kwetsa cleans house, the fashion got tongues wagging. 2. Young eTV Scandal! actor found in brothel, gets arrested, spends weekend in jail but will not face charges. 3. Cassper Nyovest gives a young chef the chance of a lifetime. 4. Hugh Masekela cancels all shows ahead of surgery this week. 5. Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for star-studded benefit gig. 6. Kathy Griffin loses job amid beheaded Trump photoshoot controversy.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Unemployment rate in SA • Lesetja Mothiba’s new appointment as Police Commissioner • Safety at home and what influences your fears. • Safety – what influences your fears about safety in your homes?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The Pull her down syndrome in women

The Pull Her Down Syndrome, is certainly not an uncommon term in the South African corporate world. I attended a few leadership events this year and a recurring topic by a number of successful women is that they work with senior women who impede their career growth and progression. The senior women that they work for seem to be unsupportive towards them in every aspect of their career. Here are a few examples that were cited by some of the women: they are publicly berated during meetings, they are held back for promotions, the workplace becomes a battleground for minor decision-making processes, their ideas get sabotaged, their confidence, self-esteem and ambition continuously gets crushed by other senior women.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Child Maintenance - Father's rights

Louis Weinstein, Family Law Attorney at Louis Weinstein And Associates, spoke about child maintenance and the issue of parents using their children to get back at the other partner.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja:

Moniek van Erven, Head at 1GIANTleap, spoke about start-up incubator 1giantleap looking for “South Africa’s next tech hero”.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The state of the country politically

Gushwell spoke to Phumlani about the things that are currently happening in the country politically. He also talked on the story of Zuma surviving motion of no confidence.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Durban Taxi strike

Thulani Qwabe, Chief Operating Officer for TaxiChoice – Business wing of SANTACO, spoke about the reasons why the taxi strike took place.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: SARB Annual Report 2016

Kuben Naidoo, Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, spoke about the SARB Annual Report for 2016, the banking sector and the role of SARB generally.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Sermon

MaBlerh’s sermon: KZN taxi strike and parliament proceedings.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Open Line

• Brian Molefe’s reappointment rescinded. • Durban taxi strike and the regulation of the taxi industry in general. • SA Rugby bidding for the 2023 World Cup. • National Treasury reporting by media houses.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Master Class - The Brain

In today's Master Class we take a wide look at the human brain.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Child Protection Week - Sixteen and Pregnant documentary

Phemelo takes a look at a documentary taking a look at three Mzanzi teenagers who are facing the the reality of teen pregnancy.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Gushwell Brooks

• March outside Solly Mapaila’s house. • Relations between North Korea, China and the USA. • Questions surrounding Thembisile Yende’s death. • State if capture looting by the Guptas.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Interesting engines like the wankel engine

Phemelo chats to our resident car expert about interesting engines, and takes calls from 702 landers about their car issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Securex South Africa 2017

Phemelo chats to Aki who visited the annual Securex South Africa expo, which is the largest show on security and fire safety.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Absent fathers

Phemelo chats to Dr Disa Mogashana about her account of her life with an absent father, and how this affected her childhood and self confidence. The book is titled Unfathered, a memoir of a girl growing up without her father

AZANIA MOSAKA: Child protection week - bullying

Phemelo takes a look at a video put out by Unicef Africa about the dangers and harm that bullying can cause.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The Psychological Wounds of Domestic Violence

For many people, there are few things that evoke a more reassuring sense of warmth, comfort, stability, and safety than going home. Many people see their home as a personal stronghold—a bastion of unconditional love and support. At home we tend to have more freedom, more time for family, and for a few hours, at least, we are afforded an escape from the hustle of the day. For victims of domestic violence, however, the home is anything but a refuge.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Hour long special with Johnny Clegg

In an hour long special Azania explores the music and life and times of the great Johnny Clegg

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - Swaziland

In the travel feature Azania explores all the offerings of Swaziland.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Phuza Friday - Do men drink Bubbly ?

In this weeks Phuza Friday, Azania chat about Champagne and why its perceived as a drink not traditionally drunk by men.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - Somethings Cooking By J Something

In this weeks food feature, Azania chats to Micasa front man J Something about his restaurant at Time Square called Somethings Cooking By J.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - The Healthy Active Kids Report Card 2016

Azania chat about the Healthy Active Kids Report Card 2016 and finds out some surprising results.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Township lad who made it to Harvard making good on promise to give back in SA

Mfundo Radebe, who made waves last year after being accepted into Harvard on a full scholarship, will return to South Africa next month to launch an ambitious initiative to assist underprivileged learners throughout the country.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: National Integrated Assessment Framework (NIAF)

Mathanzima Mweli, DG at DBE, talking about the introduction of the new National Integrated Assessment Framework (NIAF) by Minister Angie Motshega in parliament today when she did he dept. budgetary speech.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Email etiquette

Arthur Goldstuck, MD for World Wide Worx, talking about email etiquette – the dos and don’ts of writing emails in the work space.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Sermon

Mablerh’s sermon on table etiquette.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Places in townships with strange names and the origins of those names. • Scammers and fake prophets. • Pravin Gordhan, Brian Molefe, Minister Lynn Brown and Eskom board being grilled in parliament. • COSATU not endorsing JZ anymore. • Brian Molefe’s bizarre comeback to Eskom. • Scourge of women being killed and abused.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Scams and Scammers

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist from Times Media, about scams, scammers, how they work and how people should be wary of them.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Impact of General Motors withdrawal from South Africa

Azania chat to her resident car expert about the impact General Motors withdrawal from South Africa will have on consumers. He also answers all your car related questions.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Do petitions work?

Azania chat to the community advocacy group Amandla.mobi about the use of petitions to solve issues in communities.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Should Zama Zama's be legalised ?

Azania chats to Meshack Mbangula who is the National Coordinator of the Mining Affected Communities United Action Group about their calls to make Zama Zama's legalised.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Brian Molefe, Lynn Brown and Eskom on whether did Brian resign or not. • Inflation of prices by big companies. • ANC succession debate.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : SA's junk status

Aubrey spoke to David van Wyk, Political Economist and Researcher at Benchmarks Foundation, talking about junk status and whether South Africa has felt its effects or not.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Experiencing University life

Today we chat about enjoying University life other than your main purpose which is to learn. What else does varsity life offer.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Fighting xenophobia with cultural diplomacy

We chat about the activities planned between Nigeria and South African to help ease some of the negative perceptions facing Nigerians living in South Africa

AZANIA MOSAKA: Reporting of children in the media

Today we look at how the media reports stories involving minors who commit criminal acts.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

Women and children killings still the biggest talker. Listeners raised their concerns on the issue. Aubrey also talked about the Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe’s text sex scandal. Listeners then expressed their opinions on the issue of blesser-blessee relationships.

TALK AT NINE: SACP National Imbizo

South African Communist Party’s Jeremy Cronin spoke to Karima about their convened National Imbizo which took place this weekend.

TALK AT NINE: Scathing Report on state capture

General Secretary of the SA Council of Churcher’s Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana spoke to Karima about a scathing report on state capture that the council released this past Thursday.

TALK AT NINE: R8.1 billion budget speech

Newly appointed Minister of Energy, Mmamoloko Kubayi, spoke to Karima about her department's R8.1 billion budget speech she presented in parliament on Friday.

SUNDAY EARLY: Uplifting young men

Sandton Warroirs is opening its doors to give young men a chance to get in the soccer industry. The project is mainly aimed at empowering young men from the Alexandra area, in Johannesburg, Gauteng, however other participants are also welcome to apply and trials are free of charge.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Open Line with Flo Letoaba

Flo asked listeners if they lie to people more often and what lies do they tell. She also talked about the march that took place on Friday against women abuse. Flo then asked listeners what they are going to teach their boy children so that they do not become abusers.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Dr Robert about the skin conditions. Dr Robert explained some of the causes of skin problems. The skin is the largest organ of the human body, and as a result, dermatologists typically offer a wide variety of treatments for it.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Russia-US talks with Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered to provide a transcript of a controversial Oval Office meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, raising the stakes in an affair that has sent the White House into a tailspin.Trump has admitted sharing security information on terrorism and aviation safety with the Russians, saying he had the "absolute right" to do so, but the White House has not confirmed or denied whether that information was classified.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - Looking after your kidneys

Azania chats about good kidney health.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Art Deco buildings in Springs

Azania chats about the architectural tourism and the art deco buildings in Springs.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Willingness to succeed. • How men communicate amongst themselves. • The role that externalist factors play on our morality. • Ngoako Ramatlhodi saga. • Men killing women #MenAreTrash • Conversations that men have about women.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - The world of hacking

In this weeks Masterclass Azania chats to a cyber security expert about the world of hacking.

AZANIA MOSAKA: WhatsApp group administrators may be responsible for members’ content

Azania chats about the responsibilities whatapp group administrators have and what their duties should be if a member of the group becomes abusive.

AZANIA MOSAKA: What are we doing to stop violence against women?

Azania chats to the Gauteng MEC for Community safety about what is being done to stop the violence against women.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Violence against women

Azania chats to the Minister of Women in the Presidency about the constant violence against women in South African on a daily basis.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Willingness to succeed

Aubrey spoke to Stanley Maloka, Entrepreneur, Public Speaker on Mindshift and App Developer, talking about the willingness to succeed is what’s missing in some people.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Ngoako Ramatlhodi and Duduzane Zuma saga. • Amabhungane’s story on Brian Molefe and Eskom • Minister Bathabile Dhlamini using department’s fund to offer security services to her children. • Robert McBride and Khomotso Phahlane in parliament airing their dirty laundry.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Repossession

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist at Times Media about repossession of property and being unjustly humiliated.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Interesting engines

Today Azania chats to our resident car expert about interesting engines, as well as various calls on car issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: TV licences should be scrapped

Azania chats to the South African National Consumer Union who are of the view that the TV licence should be scrapped.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• #MenAreTrash – questions raised about whether is it an effect hashtag? Is it driving the point home or losing its merits? How different is what people are saying about #menaretrash from what Judge Mabel Jansen said? • Brian Molefe’s first day at work. • Concourt proceeding and what it meant to those who watched it? • ANC march in KZN regarding the Concourt issue.

TALK AT NINE: No Longer Whispering To Power - Thuli Madonsela's story

Thandeka Gqubule about her new book on Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela titled “No Longer Whispering To Power: The Story of Thuli Madonsela’.

TALK AT NINE: “Dare I say it: Our rainbow nation is imploding”

Gavin Hartford, a struggle strategist and a key player in trade union movement, spoke about his recent opinion piece on the Daily Maverick titled “Dare I say it: Our rainbow nation is imploding”

TALK AT NINE: Call for her to step down and receiving death threats

Dr Makhosi Khoza, ANC MP, spoke to Karima about her outspoken comments on Facebook about the ANC. She also spoke about the call for her to step down as an MP by the ANCYL and the death threats she has been receiving.

TALK AT NINE: Night Vigil outside Constitutional Court

Sipho Pityana, Convener of Save SA, spoke about the night vigil outside the Constitutional Court in anticipation of the court’s ruling on a secret ballot in the Parliamentary vote of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.

SUNDAY EARLY: Open Line with Wasanga Mehana

On the show this morning Wasanga talked about the march that is going to take place tomorrow. He asked listeners what is going to happen after the president and ANC. Domestic violence was also discussed on the show. Listeners also raised the opinions about Lesotho elections.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Lack of transformation in the private sector

Progressive Professionals Forum notes with perplexity and sadness the Commission for Employment Equity report which was presented on Wednesday 10th May 2017 in Pretoria. It is shameful and embarrassing that almost 20 yrs since the Promulgation of the EE Act, white males still and continue to occupy almost 70% of the top positions at work places, a situation that remains stubbornly unchanged in almost 20 years and which continues year on year. All progressive South Africans in general and professionals in particular must be saddened and embarrassed by the fact that, among the African population, there has been a minimal increase of only 0.8% in top management level positions whilst for women, the situation only improved by 1.1%.

SATURDAY EARLY:

Errol spoke to Professor Natalie about Vitamin B deficiencies. How it can be treated and some of the causes of it.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Improving academic performance

Gushwell spoke to the Director of SA Know It All. An educational organisation that is managed by young South Africans and that helps to assist young grade 10 to 12 improve their academic performances as well as gain access to resources that an ordinary South African child does not have access to.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Brian Molefe's return to Eskom

The Eskom board has confirmed that former CEO Brian Molefe will return to the power utility following a dispute about his pension payout. Gushwell spoke to David about this matter.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Death of Karabo Mokoena. • Coloured vs Black identity. • Cyril Ramaphosa’s apology about Marikana. • Violence that erupted in the coloured townships.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Changes in your life

Aubrey spoke to Franscois Jordaan, Fitness and life Coach instructor, about changes that one makes in their lives and how they can impact you.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Slipper Day 2017

Azaia finds out what Slipper Day 2017 entails and how this initiative is making a difference in the lives of terminally ill patients.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Take ownership of your vaginas

Azania chats to Naledi Chirwa, the National Spokesperson of the Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command, who has told women and girls to take ownership of their vaginas.

AZANIA MOSAKA: PikItUp get a new MD

Azania chats to the new MD of PikItUp to see how service levels can improve.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Intelligence Report that was part of sacking Pravin Gordhan and Mcebisi Jonas. • Looting and protesting that has been taking place. • Malusi Gigaba’s interviewed in parliament and his wife’s interview at eNCA.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - Homo Naledi

Azania chats to Professor Lee Berger, Professor John Hawks, and Professor Paul Dirks who give a Masterclass on Homo Naledi and what it all means.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Department of Labour to ssanction offenders not complying with Employment Equity

Azania chats about the Department of Labour's plans to sanction companies who do not comply with employment equity.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Construction workers save man from hijacking

Azania chats to a Richard Munro who is the Site Manager for CT Building Contractors. A group of 28 men working on a building site took on criminals attempting to hijack Dino Salgado in Bedfordview.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

Aubrey spoke to Jeff Mackler, U S based Political Analyst, about President Trump firing FBI director James Comey. Jeff analysed what this move by President Trump meant for US politics and what it also releveled about the Democrats and the Republicans during the 2016 US elections.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Ennerdale community calling a truce and discontinuing their protests. • What do you make of the recent spades of demonstration that have turned violent in the formerly known as coloured community? • How should we deal with the infidelity amongst our 'celebs' or famous people in South Africa? • Do the same labour laws apply to ministers the same way they apply to ordinary workers? Can they sue for unfair dismissal? • Cabinet reshuffling judgement: what was the rationale behind the president’s decision to fire Pravin Gordhan?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer Open hour

On Consumer Open Hour with Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist from Times Media, she dealt with the National Consumer Tribunal finding that club fees which Edcon (Edgars, Jet, Boardmans) charges on its accounts is illegal.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - How to prevent dust ingress in vehicles

Azania chats to our resident car expert about all your call related questions.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Loeries' take a stand on objectifying people in order to sell products

Azania chats to the Chairperson for the Lories' 2017 about a campaign titled We Are Human First, which is aimed at stopping the objectifying people in order to sell products.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Vetting of school teachers

In light of the recent sexual abuse case at Parktown Boys High School where a 20 pupils have claimed that a water polo coach asexually assaulted them, Azania takes a look at who is responsible for vetting teachers and educators.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Unrest in Eldorado Park

Azania chats to a community leaders and finds out the reasons for the unrest in Eldorado Park.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa apologising for the Marikana killing. • Origins of the doek and how it entered the fashion spectrum. • Situation in Coligny after two farmers were released on bail. • Importance and relevance of learning and teaching history. • What is inspiration?

TALK AT NINE: ConCourt names date for UDM‚ EFF secret ballot application

The ConCourt has confirmed May15th as the date for the application by UDM & EFF on secret ballot to be heard | We get reaction from United Democratic Movement (UDM) Leader, General Bantu Holomisa & Richard Calland from the the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open line with Aubrey Masango

Opening the show this morning, Aubrey spoke about the issue of judiciary overreach. He also talked about the president not going to Vuwani. Listeners expressed their opinions on this issue. Aubrey asked listeners how far they look when they look at South African past.

TALK AT NINE: Doccie: Promises and Lies

The Producer and Director of a new documentary which screened on Thursday Titled “Promises and Lies – Fault Lines in the ANC looking at How the ANC of Zuma has changed from the ANC of Mandela”

TALK AT NINE: Senzo Mchunu statement about the president

We speak to Former KwaZulu-Natal premier, Senzo Mchunu who has spoken out saying The ANC should own up to its internal problems and stop being indenial.

TALK AT NINE: Cosatu to convene special meeting to deal with Zuma booing

We speak to Cosatu Secretary General, Bheki Ntshalintshali about a special central committee meeting to deal with Zuma’s Boeing at their May Day Rallies, we also speak to him about apparent deportation of their boss Zenzo Mahlangu

SUNDAY EARLY: Dealing with Trauma

If you’ve experienced an extremely stressful or disturbing event that’s left you feeling helpless and emotionally out of control, you may have been traumatized. Psychological trauma can leave you struggling with upsetting emotions, memories, and anxiety that won’t go away. It can also leave you feeling numb, disconnected, and unable to trust other people. When bad things happen, it can take a while to get over the pain and feel safe again. But with these self-help strategies and support, you can speed your recovery. Whether the trauma happened years ago or yesterday, you can make healing changes and move on with your life.

SUNDAY EARLY: Career and mentorship programme

Youth Managers Foundation focuses on the development of change driven leaders who are capacitated with leadership skills to drive positive changes at high schools, through leadership development, mentorship and career guidance.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Zuma's statement

Zuma said if he was a Jounalist , he would educate people about democracy. We speak to Mpumelelo about his article that saying that the statement made by Zuma was a poor attempt at PR after he was booed at the Cosatu May Day rally in Mangaung.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Richard about Paramedics and emergency medical technicians. What they do and how they care for the sick and injured people.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Drug addiction treatment

The first step for the addicted person is to acknowledge that there is a substance dependency problem (addiction problem). The next step is to get help. In most of the world there are several support groups and professional services available.Addiction treatment programs typically focus on getting sober and preventing relapses. Individual, group and/or family sessions may form part of the program. Depending on the level of addiction, patient behaviours, and type of substance this may be in outpatient or residential settings.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans Doing Great things with Nkosinathi Mzolo

An inspirational story of Nkosinathi Mzolo, The KZN man who went from being a taxi driver to recently graduating with a Master of Laws degree (LLM) from the University of Kwazulu-Natal(UKZN) and now working towards his PHB.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: the effects of pollution on urban living

Sipho Kings Mail & Guardian's environmental reporter looking at the effects of pollution on urban living following the article “Air pollution drives mental trauma”

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : All about love movie

Abrey spoke to some members of the movie all about love. Written and directed by Adze Ugah , the film also showcases the talents African stars.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - How to create a first aid kit

Azania unpacks the importance of a first aid kit and essential contents, so you’re prepared for situations where urgent treatment for an injury is required – or when professional medical care is either unavailable or unnecessary.

AZANIA MOSAKA: How to live a zero waste life

Azania chats to Bea Johnson who is known as the Zero Waste Queen. She finds out how to live a waste free life.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Man goes from being a drug addict to running 42km on crutches

Azania chats to to Hein Venter who helped Xolani Luvunu who had a drug and alcohol problem, and was living on the streets. A year later Xolani has a job, and is running marathons.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The power of change

On the show this week Stanley was talking about the notion of change and the power of changing your mindset. Stanley also talked about Mr X seminar.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Does health of heads of states matter?

Prof John Stremlau from Wits International Relations on Why & How heads of states need to communicate their illness to the public following Nigerian leader Buhari's health concerns over the past couple of months.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The Nation building sermon encouraging ladies to speak up in relationship

On The Nation building sermon Mablerh encourages women to speak more in relationships instead of assuming that men understands what they thinking.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Money Matters on Financial management

Gugu and Sizwe spoke to Angelique Ruzicka Editor of Justmoney & Moneybags For Money Matters looking at platforms or Apps which allows you to manage your finances easier.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - Movie script writing

Azania chats to the Head of Screen writing at AFDA, Zunaid Mansoor about how one comes up with a movie/series script.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Sexual harassment in tough economic times

Azania takes a look at warning s from local experts who say that bleak economic times can fuel sexual harassment by bosses and colleagues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: New road rules for bakkie transport

Azania takes a look at the new road rules which will impact bakkie transport.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Shoplifting

Aubrey spoke to Wendy about being falsely accused of shopliftin.What should happen in such a situation, and what a consumer’s rights are when being detained and body searched.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Dual Clutch Automatic Transmissions

What to do when you start to experience a shudder in your dual clutch automatic transmission.

AZANIA MOSAKA: World Leaders on Social Media

Azania explores the various platforms and how some of the worlds leaders use socila media to communicate.

AZANIA MOSAKA: the state of debates in South Africa

Azania chats to Independent Political Analyst Ralph Mathekga about a column he wrote how nearly impossible it is to come across decent debate in South Africa.

AZANIA MOSAKA: School admissions 2018 opens

Azania chats to the Gauteng MEC for Education about the online applications for school admissions.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Gender Politics

Aubrey spoke to Gabaza about black feminism and African feminism. She talked about how we were raised to think about boys and girls and how that translate to how power dynamics play out in society.

AZANIA MOSAKA: NSPCA against pigeon racing

Azania finds out why the NSPCA are against pigeon racing in South Africa.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Wedding and events planner for the stars

Azania finds out from the wedding/events planner for the stars what goes into planning events on this scale.

AZANIA MOSAKA: The Fourth Industrial Revolution impact on South Africa

Azania takes a look at the Fourth Industrial Revolution impact on South Africa on this Workers Day.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Did the Joshua/Klitschko fight live up to expectation ?

Azani takes a look at the World heavy weight championship fight that took place a t a 95 000 capacity at Wembley Stadium.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

On the show this morning Aubrey most people were talking about boxing. The conversation about boxing was started by the caller who was talking about the heavyweight boxing fight that was on Saturday. Aubrey then asked listeners what they make of Donald Trump’s work so far. Other people also talked about xenophobia.

SUNDAY EARLY: EEG Biofeedback

Biofeedback is the process of giving you information (feedback) about what is happening with your body (bio) in real time so that you can achieve greater self-awareness of body changes and what thoughts are caused those changes. In this way, you can learn what type of thinking or state of mind has the desired effect on your physiology.Although the term EEG Biofeedback (also known as Neurofeedback) is unfamiliar to many people in South Africa, both here and abroad it is extensively and successfully applied to help people, among other things, achieve calm and focus, improve mood, mental state and productivity, and even relationships.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: How to avoid raising spoiled children

Nowadays, it’s becoming easier and easier to accidentally raise a “spoiled” child. Sometimes it can be a little tricky to know how to avoid raising demanding children who explode into a burst of tears when they don’t get their way. This can extend to places like on family trips or places like churches, special events and more and can lead parents into very embarrassing situations.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: UK Report

1). A Parliament Terror Arrest (it appears another London attack's been foiled). 2). Passenger Compensation (the United Airlines doctor's been recompensed). 3). Angela Merkel's Brexit Warning (she has stirred an EU summit cauldron). 4). Boris Johnson's Big Ideas (the UK foreign secretary gets serious & silly).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Youngest PhD graduate in Africa

Musawenkosi Saurombe, youngest female PHD holder in Africa at the age of 23, spoke about how she managed to get her PhD at the age of 23 and what she is planning to do from now on.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Kenya's opposition alliance announces that veteran politician Raila Odinga will be its presidential candidate with Kalonzo Musyoka as his running mate. 2. UN says East African states oppose a return by South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar. 3. Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari is seeks approval of $7 Billion borrowing plan for massive infrastructure plans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Inequality Index

Prof. Darryl Glaser, Ass. Prof. at the Dept. of Political studies at Wits, talking about whether should the issue of inequality be focused only on the finance side only or should it be also looked from the quality of life.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Possible coup plotter arrested

Jasmine Opperman, Director in Africa for the Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium (TRAC), spoke about the 33-year-old “coup plotter” who was allegedly planning to assassinate 19 people including members of the cabinet‚ state owned entities and prominent South Africans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. The coup plotter appears in court today. 2. President Zuma addressed the official freedom day rally. Saying we have come a long way. 3. Anti Zuma opposition also took to the streets yesterday. 4. Preparations for May Day under way.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Take A Girl Child initiative

Dikeledi feels that the Take A Girl Child initiative is discriminatory by not including male kids.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Fact

Complex Stone Age weapons found in SA.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: How to avoid raising spoiled children

Nowadays, it’s becoming easier and easier to accidentally raise a “spoiled” child. Sometimes it can be a little tricky to know how to avoid raising demanding children who explode into a burst of tears when they don’t get their way. This can extend to places like on family trips or places like churches, special events and more and can lead parents into very embarrassing situations.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - Rare Diseases

Azania finds out all about rare diseases and how approximately 50% of the people affected by rare diseases are children. Of these young patients, 30% will not live to see their 5th birthday. Furthermore, rare diseases are responsible for 35% of deaths in the first year of life.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Local movie Beyond the River

Azania finds out about a local movies released on Freedom Day titled, Beyond the River. It is based on the story of Piers Cruikshanks of Dabulamanzi Canoe Club and Siseko Ntondini of the Soweto Canoe and Recreation Club who won gold in the 2014 Dusi Canoe Marathon

AZANIA MOSAKA: NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has successfully travelled between Saturn and its rings

Azania finds out all about the Cassini Spacecraft mission which has taken 20 years to complete its journey into Space.

AZANIA MOSAKA: march against President Zuma

Azania finds out about the The Freedom Movement and several political parties who will hold a mass rally against President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: UK Report

1). The Korea Crisis (a new defence system & a key meeting at The White House). 2). The Turkey Twist (many questions after a Turkish attack on Kurdish forces). 3). Football Fraud Arrests (Newcastle & West Ham are being investigated). 4). The Hummus Shortage (a problem with our favourite Greek dip).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sophiatown - Musical

Aubrey Sekhabi, Artistic Director of the SA State Theatre and Director of Sophiatown, spoke about the classic musical ‘Sophiatown’ returning to the Market Theatre in Johannesburg. The musical of Sophiatown which paints the life of Kofifi and the dark days of apartheid is perfect for South Africa as we celebrate ‘Freedom Day’.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Zambian court refuses to throw out opposition leader's treason charge. 2. Mozambique's vast tropical forests are being stripped as China's appetite for rare woods grow. 3. Pope Francis visits Egypt this weekend- But Egypt's Christians are still mourning fellow members of the Coptic Orthodox community murdered this month by jihadists, but there is also joy ahead of the Pope’s visit.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SA doctor makes Time's Most Influential People list

Prof. Glenda Gray, HIV Medical Researcher at Wits University, has been included on Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world for her work in HIV research and preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV, which saved thousands of lives.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: An African Player Reaches the Majors

Gift Ngoepe, first African to play in the Major League of Baseball in the US, spoke about his hard road to being play in the major and how his family especially mother played a significant role in supporting his dream. His brother, Chris Ngoepe, also spoke about how proud he was of Gift.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

• Cosatu must bar Zuma from speaking at May Day celebrations. • Western Cape High Court has found that South Africa’s nuclear deal is unlawful and unconstitutional. • Mantashe: I never apologised to Zuma.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Fact

How under-arms throws are better in Basketball.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Jeremy about building resilience and coping with stress. Jeremy also talked about good and bad stress.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• President Zuma lying in his affidavit about an apology being issued for the cabinet reshuffle and Gwede disagreeing with that statement. • The Western Cape High Court delivered its judgement on the nuclear deal court case brought by ELA-JHB and SAFCEI against the South African government on the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. • Does the President’s lie constitute a felony? • Profile of the listeners who listens to #LateNightTalk • Tax threshold in South Africa.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : What is Creativity?

Aubrey spoke to Dr. Kobus Neethling, about the way our mind works and how that can affect us positively or negatively.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: The New BBBEE Codes

The New BBBEE Codes of Good Practice that came into effect on 1 May 2015 have been met with mixed feelings from all sectors particularly from big business which argued that the New Codes were going to have a detrimental impact on the sustainability of businesses and subsequently on the economy as a whole. The debates about the New Codes have however waned down and the government and business alike have taken measures to live with the New Codes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - Pigeon Racing

Azania finds out about the world of Pigeon racing and how a pigeon can cost R5 million.

AZANIA MOSAKA: First PhD in isiXhosa

Azania chats to Dr Hleze Kunju who is the first person at Rhodes University in the Eastern Cape to write a PhD in his mother tongue isiXhosa.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: UK Report

1). Donald Trump's Wall (a political challenge to building the wall with Mexico). 1). Tom Hardy Action Hero (the film star has apprehended a bike thief in London). 3). Ambulances For Syria (an amazing medical convoy is on its way). 4). The Bug That Eats Plastic (it could help solve the plastic pollution problem).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Cabin crew strike at SAA

Tlali Tlali, Spokesperson for SAA, updating Xolani about the strike and how it has affected the flights and contingencies plan they have put forward.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: London Marathon

Runner and Virgin Atlantic competition winner, Jane Kabinga, spoke about her experience of running the London Marathon.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1.Kenyan police disperse protesters over party primaries results. parties ask Court to extend primaries. 2. Anti-graft agency probes the powerful Kano Emirate over alleged graft 3.Malawi outlaw’s child marriage.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Parliament's role in the Ntlemeza vs Mbalula saga

Francois Beukman, Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Police, spoke about the standoff between Minister Fikile Mbalula and what parliament’s role is on this issue.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: MTN partners with Walk The Talk for 2017

Head of MTN SA Corporate Services, Graham de Vries, unveiled MTN partnership with 702’s Walk The Talk as this year’s sponsor.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: MTN partners with Walk The Talk for 2017

Thabisile Mbete, 702's Station Manager, unveiled MTN partnership with 702’s Walk The Talk as this year’s sponsor.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. The saga between police minister and Berning Ntlemeza continues. 2. Today communications minister Ayanda Dlodlo is meant to memetic the task team including Treasurery on the plan to rescue the ailing finances of the SABC 3. Bi lateral between Cosatu and SACP took place on Monday. Plan around joint programs leading up to freedom day and Mayday plans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SA Cabin Crew strike

Zazi Nsibanyoni-Anyiam from the SA Cabin Crew Association confirming that the strike over meal allowance is on and that none of their members will be reporting for duty.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Fact

Sediba fossil not the original fossil for human kind.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Deification of people – is it normal or something to be concerned about? • Favourite South African TV shows – quality of local content. • Why do women not like ‘nice’ guys? • Mbalula vs Ntlemeza. • Comparison between Ayanda Mabulu’s painting and Zapiro’s cartoon. • Earth tremors felt in and around Johannesburg.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer Open hour

Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist – Times Media, answered consumer related queries from listeners and addressed issues regarding your rights as a consumer if you get injured in a Superstore.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Interior sound levels of a car

Azania chats to out resident car expert about all your car related issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Wildlife petting Industry should be banned

Azania takes a look at the wildlife petting industry where people have been attacked by wild animals in the last 10 days.

AZANIA MOSAKA: nfamous fake interpreter fiasco inspires play

Azania chats to a writer who has written a play that showcases the plight of the hearing impaired. This play was inspired by the infamous interpreter at Madiba's memorial.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Real beef patties not so real beef

Azania chats to consumer journalist Wendy Knowler about how important it is to read food labels. I&J "Beefers", which sell in packs of 10 and 16, are actually mostly non-meat, 64% of them being made up of "extenders" such as water, soya, flour, onions and seasoning.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• SABC’s 90% local content – was the concept implemented properly for it to work or not? • Matatiele winning its demarcation case to be returned under the KZN municipality. • Berning Ntlemeza – does he have a case that Minister Mbalula cannot fire him? • Public drinking – is it an offence to drink in public or not? • French election and Brexit campaign - what it means to the Africa continent.

AZANIA MOSAKA: March for Science

Azania chats to Professor Coovadia about a march that was organised in Durban over the weekend which aims to defend the vital role that science plays in society.

Eusebius McKaiser: Parenting in the Millennial Age

Jeremy Bayer, Counselling Psychologist, talking about raising millennial kids in the digital age and how you manage it.

Eusebius McKaiser: Technobyte

On Technobyte, Aki spoke about Facebook CEO betting on a virtual reality world at their annual conference, wearables detecting conflict in relationships and we reviewed the Coda wireless audio devices.

Eusebius McKaiser: SACP opposes President Zuma

Dr. Blade Nzimande, General Secretary of South African Communist Party (SACP), spoke about "mistakes" made by the SACP in believing President Zuma would solve problems in the Thabo Mbeki presidency.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• What did you make of Cyril Ramaphosa speech? • Ntlemeza returned to work today – what do you make of this? • If Cyril Ramaphosa and Mmusi Maimane were to run for the Presidency of SA who would you vote for.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

Aubrey spoke about pastor Tim Omotso, a Nigerian pastor accused of sexual assault. Message of condolence poured in for families of 20 killed in horror taxi crash. Aubrey also touched on the issue of white monopoly capital.

TALK AT NINE: Analysis of Min Gigaba's overseas visit

Simon Marks, President and Chief Correspondent at Feature Story News, spoke about new Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba’s visit to the US to attend the annual spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.

TALK AT NINE: French Election 2017

Gavin Grey, UK Correspondent, spoke about the French elections and the role they will play in determining whether France will stay in the EU or not.

TALK AT NINE: Formation of South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu)

Zwelinzima Vavi, General Secretary of South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu), spoke about the formation of SAFTU and what they plan on doing and they also introduced their top six leadership.

TALK AT NINE: SABC issues

Ayanda Dlodlo, Minister of Communications, SABC Board, SABC in general, Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the burglary at the SABC offices.

SUNDAY EARLY: The Freedom Movement and Radical Economic Transformation

Phumlani spoke to Wasanga about the radical economic freedom transformaton.President Jacob Zuma has told African National Congress (ANC) members in the Musa Dladla region to preach about radical economic transformation like scripture from the Bible. He also talked about the "Freedom Movement” which opposition parties created to ensure President Jacob Zuma is removed from office.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Khabonina's international award

Khabonina Qubeka was awarded the Indie Spirit Best Actress Award at the Boston International Film Festival, for her portrayal of Dora‚ a Hillbrow prostitute, in the movie Dora’s Peace.

SATURDAY EARLY: Arch and heel pain

Dennis spoke to Errol about the arch and heel pain. Dennis said long term heel spur, which is a bony outgrowth under the heel, may develop in response to the excessive pull on the plantar fascia. This bony growth is of no major clinical significance in terms of treatment.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Kidney infection

Gushwell spoke to Dr Ligthelm about the danger of Kidney infection. Kidney infection could lead to life-threatening problems. Kidney infection, often caused by bladder contagions, must be treated immediately to avoid life-threatening problems.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans Doing Great Things with Sihle Hlophe

Sihle Hlophe an Independent Film maker spoke to Gugs for South Africans Doing Great Things, on how the Film industry in SA needs to change to represent SA narrative and how crowdfunding can help young film makers in the industry.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The 5th annual Red My Lips campaign!

Dr T explained the objectives the anti-rape campaign #redmylips2017. Red My Lips is an international nonprofit organization designed to raise visibility and awareness about the realities and prevalence of sexual violence, while combating rape myths and victim-blaming.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Zoe's new album

Zoe Modiga’s fans have been begging and she’s answered - this jazz and soul princess has recently launched her eagerly awaited album titled “Yellow: The Novel”

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Profiling young business man

Aubrey spoke to Siyanda about how he got into hospitality industry. Siyanda also talked about the opportunities that are available to young people in this industry.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - Allergies

Azania chats to the Dr Muhammed Moolla who is the Founder of the The Asthma & Allergy Clinic about allergies and what one can do if you suffer from allergies.

AZANIA MOSAKA: What do you do to make yourself happy?

Azania chats to Professional Certified Coach Steve Krummeck about coaching people to feel happy, calm and satisfied appears to influence important health outcomes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Beautiful News, dedicated to delivering inspiring and uplifting stories

Azanai chat to the Founder of Beautiful News which is dedicated to delivering inspiring and uplifting stories that celebrate the spirit and community of the South African people.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Print and digital magazine

In March this year ‘Thriving Magazine’ a print and digital magazine for start-ups, business and entrepreneurial culture was launched. It showcases subject matter experts who are stand-outs in their fields, focusing on tips, strategies, processes, technologies and tools business owners can use to work smart and build profitable companies.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Turning Passion into Profit

To many South Africans, the name Jabu Stone is synonymous with hair care, especially dreadlocks, which has earned him the nickname ‘Mr. Dreads’.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• Haludi Motsoeneng and his press conference. • Radical economic transformation. • Vuwani situation and what has been unfolding. • Remembering Ontlametse Phalatse.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Mr 'X' Seminar

Gushwell spoke to Stanley Beckett, author of Lift Off, about the upcoming seminar called Mr ‘X’ and what listeners can expect.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - The World of Virtual Reality

Azania finds out all about the world of virtual reality. How it works, and how it is being used on a daily basis in private, and on the commercial front.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Social media and violence

Azania chats to Emma Sadlier about the violence and nudity on social media networks, and who is responsible for policing this.

AZANIA MOSAKA: School kids who go hungry in the holidays

Azania chats to the MEC for Gauteng Education Panyaza Lesufi about the number of kids who go hungry in Gauteng as they rely on the school feeding scheme.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The state of the roads in Joburg

Sean Philips is the Managing Director of the Johannesburg Roads Agency. Sizwe talks to him about the state of our roads, the infrastructure, how long it lasts and how often it needs replenishing. Also, what happens should one damage their wheels on the potholes of bad roads?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The art of making a good Documentary

Anant Singh, Film Producer and CEO at Video Vision, spoke to Sizwe about the art making of documentaries and what it takes to make a good one versus making a movie.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo:

Braamfontein office park went in flames earlier today and EMS made noted that there was water shortage around the area, Bevan Wolf and Synock Matobako spoke on How do we stay fire ready at corporate buildings, home and in the streets

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature

Azania chat to Nicol Louw from Car Magazine about all of your car issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Anniversary of the death of Enoch Sontonga

Azania chat to the the great grandson of Enoch Sontonga about the role Enoch played in South Africa.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Department to improve plastic bag recycling in South Africa

Azania chats to the Director of Communications at the Department of Environmental Affairs about the plans to improve plastic bag recycling in South Africa.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Do men listen and understand what women are saying? • Berning Ntlemeza saying he will be at work today. • Brian Molefe’s golden handshake of R30 million. • Origins of black and white races.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Role of feminism in the post-colonial Africa

Aubrey spoke to Gabaza Tiba, thinker, poet and writer, talking about the role of feminism in the post-colonial Africa.

TALK AT NINE: Fake news

On Thursday, HuffingtonPost SA, published an article called “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?”. The author of the piece was one Shelley Garland, an “MA Philosophy Student”. Her Twitter bio said that she was a “Perpetual Feminist causing the retreat of patriarchy”, and that she was in Auckland, New Zealand. Columnist & Blogger Tom Eaton wrote a pice on his blog titled “The Huffington Ghost: A New Low For Sa Media”. Steenhuisen is calling for Verashni to resign.

TALK AT NINE: Fake news

On Thursday, HuffingtonPost SA, published an article called “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?”. The author of the piece was one Shelley Garland, an “MA Philosophy Student”. Her Twitter bio said that she was a “Perpetual Feminist causing the retreat of patriarchy”, and that she was in Auckland, New Zealand. Columnist & Blogger Tom Eaton wrote a pice on his blog titled “The Huffington Ghost: A New Low For Sa Media”

TALK AT NINE: Motion of no Confidence postponed in government

We heard from Parliament this past Wednesday that the Speaker Baleka Mbete has postponed the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma. Parliament said the Speaker’s decision follows the request by the Democratic Alliance, under whose leader the Motion was tabled, for the motion to be postponed pending the conclusion of the Constitutional Court application by the United Democratic Movement (UDM).

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Does Dlamini Zuma deserve VIP protection?

Eldred De Klerk Policing Researcher with Africa Analysis on COPE laying criminal charges over Dlamini-Zuma protection saga, Eldred explained how VIP protection assessment is determined and if Cope has a case

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: No to Divorce, Swazi King says

Lucky Lukhele Spokesperson for The Swaziland Solidarity Network on Swazi King telling his subjects over the weekend that they are not allowed to divorce on the eve of the Marriage Bill of 2017, which carries five grounds of divorce and if passed to law will replace the Marriage Act of 1964.

TALK AT NINE: South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant crisis saga.

Former Social Development Director-General Zane Dangor has filed papers to the Constitutional Court explaining his side of the story in the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant crisis saga.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Profile Interview: Bab'Linda Twala

Philanthropist and Son of Alex Bab’Linda Twala, was our Profile Interview, Born in Alexandra in 1944, a funeral services businessman, has spent all his adult life in service to the people. He has helped save a local crèche and ultimately resisted the apartheid regime’s attempts to obliterate Alexandra from the map. He has used his contacts to help build a community centre that boasts best facilities. During the apartheid days, his home was used as a meeting place for anti-state organisations as much as it was a haven for any in need of respite. For his efforts, the apartheid regime saw fit to torch his house.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Land Distribution

“Mo Molemi”, farmer and rapper, spoke to Phemelo about his decision to pack his bags a few years ago after what he had achieved his goal in music and he moved back home to pursue farming.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene:

Phemelo spoke to Obed Sibasa, Spokesperson for the Gauteng department of Police to get updates on what is expected on the South African roads as the Easter long weekend winds down.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango :

• Should Verashni Pillay resign as editor of Huffington Post for the fake opinion piece that was published? • Zuma must fall marches. • Zimbabweans to use goat and cows to pay for debts. • Berning Ntlemeza says he will be in office on Tuesday morning. • Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s protection by the SAPS. • Meaning if Easter Friday.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Profile Interview

South Africans have known Yvonne Chaka Chaka for almost 30 years, as the fantastic singer and incredible songwriter as well as a devastatingly attractive woman, behind her famous persona are the humanitarian actions that inspire so many people around the world.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Travel Feature

Phemelo and Anna spoke about how much SA has to offer travelers of all ages. The great and cool things for people(young people) to do in SA and/or along the Garden Route, and nice places to stay in various areas.

SUNDAY EARLY: Dealing with Junk status

Wasanga spoke to Lee, Naik, CEO of TransUnion, about surviving junk status. Lee gave listeners tips to follow to make sure they do not end up in more debt that they can handle.

SUNDAY EARLY: Open Line with Wasanga

• Zapiro’s rape cartoon. • Quality of education in South Africa. • Sports bursaries and development in schools. • Length of church services.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• Abandoning or supporting a losing team. • SAPS and JMPD incompetent service. • Radical Economic Transformation in South Africa.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Book Feature: Live Story Telling

Extracts from The Story of Kintu, a Ugandan myth about the man who founded the first royal lineage in Uganda, legend also has it that Kintu was the first man in Uganda. Birds with lots of pillows, This story looks at the ownership of one’s body, ideas, thoughts and circumstances. How the things you haven't bought with currency are the most valuable, which gives them some sort of royal value.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: LeadSA feature: Kagisano Educational and Youth Development Foundation

The organisation conceptualizes and implements initiatives that seeks to assist in the growth and development of children and youth from townships. The initiatives usually address obstacles which were previously written off as red herrings that prevent the youth from townships from presenting the best versions of themselves in classrooms, lecture halls and the workplace.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: The Health Feature: 7 Flu myths debunked!

Myth 1: Flu is just a bad cold Myth 2: Antibiotics can cure flu Myth 3: I can boost my immunity by taking supplements Myth 4: I don’t get the flu vaccine, because it makes you sick Myth 5: You don’t need a flu shot every year Myth 6: You can only pass on flu when you have all the flu symptoms Myth 7: There is really something like man flu

SATURDAY EARLY: Palliative Care Psychiatry

Errol spoke to Dr Linessa Moodley, a psychiatrist at Akeso Clinic Kenilworth, with a post-graduate diploma in Palliative Care, about what Palliative Care Psychiatry, what it is, how it works and how it can ease a family’s burden of coping with life-threatening illnesses.

SATURDAY EARLY: Open Line with Errol Ballantine

• Doctor forcibly removed from an airplane in the US. • Youngsters not respecting the elders anymore. • Helen Zille’s tweet and DA’s motion to charge her.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Flo Letoaba

• ANC Presidential race. • Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma – is she campaigning for the Presidency or not? • Nokosazana’s comment on multi-racial schools being anti-ANC. • Motion of no confidence. • Blank bands used in Two Ocean marathon – should political statements be allowed in sporting activities?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: How Heads of State Age Faster

At the end of President Jacob Zuma's birthday week, Dr Anupam B. Jena, Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School talks to Gugu Mhlungu about how Heads of State tend to grow old faster because of their jobs...

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Profile Interview

Dr. Kumi Naidoo, Director of Africans Rising for Justice, Peace and Dignity and a South African Human Rights Activist, Spoke to Phemelo about Africans Rising and the Nuclear Deal.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene:

Phemelo spoke to Thinus about the possibility of 90% local content law being over turned at the SABC. The SABC being bailed out by the government. The current board of the SABC.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Road Safety during the Easter Holidays

MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane about the road safety measures that have been put in place for the Easter long weekend.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• President Zuma’s birthday and statement • National March in Pretoria. • Opposition parties working together – could this be the demise of JZ? • Motion of no confidence being postponed in parliament.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Finding your character traits

Aubrey spoke to Berdine Becket, lead facilitator and coach at Invision Coaching, Professional Coach and Accredited Consciousness Coach, an Executive Strengths Coach with the Strengths Institute of South Africa, a Gallup Certified Coach skilled in doing one-on-one Strengths Coaching, talking about finding your character traits that can help you succeed in all aspects of your life.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Overbooking on airplanes

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist – Times Media, about a gentleman who was forcibly removed from his airplane seat due to overbooking. Wendy spoke about your right as a consumer when you find yourself in that situation.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Opposition parties march

looking back at today’s march by opposition party's and whether this is really about state capture.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The Nation Building Sermon on the need to rename SA

Mablerh emphasises the need to rename provinces and the country. He speaks of using single names in this renaming. For example, South Africa needs a name that is a name and not a provision of direction. And KZN needs to drop the Natal because it makes the name long and everyone knows how to say KwaZulu already, so there is no need for the Natal.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Money Matters: The Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Amendment Bill.

The Department of Human Settlements' Ndivhuwo Mabaya talks about the Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Amendment Bill and how it is intended to stave off discrimination by financial service providers. On the other hand though Pierre Venter, Regulatory Head of the Banking Association of South Africa, talks about how this bill is problematic for the banks.

Eusebius McKaiser: Possible threats to his life

Solly Mapaila, SACP - Second Deputy General Secretary, talking about a video that has been circulating social media circuit about a possible threat to his life at the Chris Hani Memorial service on Monday.

Eusebius McKaiser: #NationalDayofAction

Barry Bateman, EWN Reporter, gave us an update on what is taking place at the #NationalDayofAction in Pretoria.

Eusebius McKaiser: Entrepreneur Corner

Munene Khoza, Founder and Principal Consultant of Mint Language Consultancy, spoke about how her company effectively harness the power of language through a range of language-based services.

Eusebius McKaiser: Opposition parties against President Zuma

Prof. Somadoda Fikeni, Unisa Policy and Political Analyst, talking about whether the diversity of political parties combining will bear any fruits.

Eusebius McKaiser: Opposition parties against President Zuma

Prince Mashele, Executive Director at Centre for Politics and Research, talking about whether the diversity of political parties combining will bear any fruits.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Played a Vivaldi’s classical piece. • Zapiro’s cartoon on South Africa being raped. • Should or can the word ‘rape’ be used metaphorically?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Zapiro’s rape cartoon – Aubrey asked as much as we are outraged why are we not calling each other when we use ‘rape’ in our own conversations. • What is the difference between being educated and being credentialed? • Mzwandile Masina, Ekurhuleni mayor’s comments about whites. • Today’s march by all political parties. • Bus strike by Nehawu.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Overbooking on Airplanes

Gugu and Sizwe chat to Carl Bollweg, ALPA-SA President. Following an incident on an international airline in which overbooking (by the airline) led to a passenger being escorted off the plane, the Night Talk team chat about flight booking procedures and what happens when all the passengers who have made reservations show up to an overbooked flight.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo:

Dorothy Black, Sex and Relationship Columnist at The Dot Spot, chats to Gugu and Sizwe about the human tendency to moralise around issues of sex and sexuality. The conversation touches on swinging as a sexual act and how it can go wrong for partners. There are different kinds of this practice. What pros and cons for discerning couples?

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Role of the Motor Industry Ombudsman

Azania chats to the Motor Industry Ombudsman about his role and what people can do if they have issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Coding in isiZulu

Azania chats to the Founder of CodeMakers about coding, and how a coding language has been translated into isiZulu.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Mass march to the Union Buildings

Azania chats to UDM Leader Bantu Holomisa about the planned mass march against President Zuma at the Union Buildings tomorrow.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Mkahosi Khoza say the ANC has lost its sanity. • Motion of no confidence to be tabled in parliament – will ANC MPs vote against President Zuma if the secret ballot is allowed? • If President Zuma is removed who else can stand in his place? • President Zuma’s comment at Chris Hani memorial. • Will removing President Zuma be the answer for South Africa?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open letter to Parliament

Aubrey spoke to Bongiwe Mhlongo, Spokesperson for Concerned Youth for South Africa, about an open letter they have written to parliament telling them about how they feel about the corruption that has been taking place in the country.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Concerns within the national school nutrition programme

The department of basic education last week ruled out providing breakfast, saying that, although it would be ideal, it was not in a financial position to do so.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Is the psychology to recycling

Naledi Mqhayi spoke on the psychology as to why people recycle.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Way forward for SACP

“what if …” SACP's leader Chris Hani were still alive, what would that mean for socialism and also looking at what the role of the SACP should be moving forward.

REDI TLHABI: DBE's Second Chance Matric Programme

Angie Motshekga discusses the progress of the Department of Basic Education's Second Chance Matric Programme, after its recent roadshow in KwaZulu Natal.

REDI TLHABI: Chris Hani remembered

Clement Manyathela is reporting from the wreath laying ceremony to commemorate the 24th anniversary of the assassination of Chris Hani.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Being Chris Hani’s Daughter

Azania chat to the Lindiwe Hani about her book titled Being Chris Hani’s Daughter.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Cut outs of Metro Police cars

Azania chat to Liam Clarke form the Bakwena N1 N4 Toll about the use of Metro Police car cut outs at certain areas as a traffic initiative.

AZANIA MOSAKA: What is radical economic transformation?

Azania chats to Dr Malikane about what radical economic transformation means in South Africa.

TALK AT NINE: #AntiZumaMarches

Solly Mapaila, SACP second deputy general secretary, explained SACP’s position on the #AntiZumaMarches.

SUNDAY EARLY: SA Credit Downgrade

Yusuf gave an international view on the recent events of S&P and Fitch ratings downgrading of SA's debt to junk status.South Africa has been downgraded to junk status by Standard & Poor’s following last week's Cabinet reshuffle which saw Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan axed.Fitch became the second ratings agency to downgrade South Africa’s sovereign credit rating to junk status this week.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Business skills for young people

It is important to encourage entrepreneurial thinking among youth and young people, as entrepreneurs drive job creation and innovation and will play major roles in the future economy. South Africa should work towards building a culture of ‘entrepreneurship in order to enable young people to create business, jobs and also grow local economies. The Academy for Entrepreneurial Excellence is an entrepreneurship based educational institution.

SATURDAY EARLY: Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a chronic disorder that causes unprovoked, recurrent seizures. A seizure is a sudden rush of electrical activity in the brain. Stronger seizures can cause spasms and uncontrollable muscle twitches, and can last a few seconds to several minutes. During a stronger seizure, some people become confused or lose consciousness. Afterward you may have no memory of it happening.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: The protest and junk status

Gushwell spoke to David about the marches and What it really means for South Africa being downgraded for the second time.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Will Jacob Zuma Be Voted Out?

Dr Sphamandla Zondi spoke about the vote of no confidence in Jacob Zuma and whether that would affect the President at all. The likelihood is that he stays in power, unless the NEC were to be resolute enough to guarantee there will be no reprisals for voting against the President.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Has the Rand Seen the Worst?

Loane Sharpe spoke about South Africa's recovery from junk status. He talked about how the recovery of the rand would be affected or not by the vote of no confidence for President Zuma in Parliament on April 18th.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Intelligence document

Aubrey spoke to Zehir about the intelligence report. Omar said the document Zuma allegedly relied on was compiled by a South African government intelligence agency.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Ads gone wrong

Phumi Mashigo discusses how advertisements can go wrong. This follows Pepsi recalling its controversial advertisment.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Analysing Motion of Confident in the President

Lukhona Mnguni discusses the political issues at stake in the Parliamentary Motion of No Confidence in the President.

REDI TLHABI: Legal issues in Motion of No Confidence debate

Ottilia Maunganidze discusses the legal issues at stake ahead of the Motion of No Confidence in the President which will take place in Parliament on 18 April.

REDI TLHABI: Expectations of Police Minister

Richard Mamabolo discusses Popcru's expectations of new Police Minister Fikile Mbalula in addressing policing issues.

REDI TLHABI: Friday's marches in Pretoria declared illegalReaction:

Derek Kissundooth distances the City of Tshwane from declaring illegal Friday's Save SA march. He says the South African Police Service (SAPS) and the Tshwane Metro Police Department would be responsible for such.

REDI TLHABI: Friday's marches in Pretoria declared illegal

Mark Heywood describes how Save SA's march scheduled for Friday in Pretoria has been declared illegal, despite initially having been declared legal.

REDI TLHABI: Holomisa calls for secret ballot in No Confidence vote

Bantu Holomisa says he has written to National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete reiterating the call for a secret ballot during the vote of no confidence in President Zuma

REDI TLHABI: Addressing local governance issues

Paul Berkowitz discusses issues at stake in local governance in the country. This is in context of the start of the Local Government Summit.

REDI TLHABI: Disruptions at Tshwane State of the City Address

Solly Msimanga discusses the disruption by ANC councillors in Tshwane at the State of the City address, who blamed the Democratic Alliance for the death of struggle hero Solomon Mahlangu.

Eusebius McKaiser: Literature Quiz

Breakfast Show producer, Andiswa Makanda, went up against the reigning champion, Panashe Chigumadzi, on the monthly literature quiz.

Eusebius McKaiser: Literature Quiz

Breakfast Show producer, Andiswa Makanda, went up against the reigning champion, Panashe Chigumadzi, on the monthly literature quiz.

Eusebius McKaiser: Teaching Shakespeare in schools

Dr Deborah Seddon, Snr Lecturer at Rhodes University, spoke about the importance of teaching Shakespeare in schools.

Eusebius McKaiser: Teaching Shakespeare in schools

Prof. Chris Thurman, Associate Professor at the Department of English, Wits University, spoke about the importance of teaching Shakespeare in schools.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Marches tomorrow for President Zuma to step down. • MK veterans to be deployed at Luthuli House to protect it. • ANC NEC’s yesterday press release. • Parliament to table the motion of no confidence.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : How you get to talk to Mr X

Aubrey continued the conversation with Stanley about how you get to talk to Mr X and how to speak to your own mind.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Money Matters looking at How Rating agencies work

On Monday, S&P Global downgraded South Africa's sovereign credit rating to junk status, following the axing of finance minister Pravin Gordhan. Today The ANCWL said it was calling on the ANC-led government to persuade its BRICS partners (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) to speedily establish the BRICS rating agency. Khaya spoke on how this would work.

Eusebius McKaiser: Awethu Project- Providing Youth Entrepreneurship training in our lifetime.

Yusuf Randera-Rees, CEO and co-founder of Awethu, spoke about the origins of Awethu and the Entrepreneur Business Incubator Programme and how it works.

Eusebius McKaiser: Should ANN7 be removed from Dstv?

Mzwanele Manyi, founder of the Decolonisation Project,talked about whether should ANN7 be removed from Dstv or not and the issue of objectivity when it comes to reporting.

Eusebius McKaiser: Should ANN7 be removed from Dstv?

William Bird, Director at Media Monitoring Africa, spoke about whether should ANN7 be removed from Dstv or not and the issue of objectivity when it comes to reporting.

Eusebius McKaiser: Should ANN7 be removed from Dstv?

Cecilia Russell, Editor of Special Projects at ANN7,spoke to Eusebius about whether should ANN7 be removed from Dstv or not and the issue of objectivity when it comes to reporting.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Removal of President Zuma. • Should parliament tackle the motion of no confidence against President Zuma. • Suggestion for ANC to have a new economic policy.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Travel scams

Consumers who are travelling or have not yet finalised their arrangements for the upcoming Easter holidays should be wary of fraudsters who target people who are desperate to secure travel and accommodation at the last minute.When consumers become desperate to secure holiday travel and accommodation, they can easily overlook scams due to the pressure, only to find out that they’ve been defrauded when they get to the venue.

Eusebius McKaiser: The power of imagination in children

Dr Helgo Schomer, psychiatrist, spoke about imagination being good for kids and how parents should supervise it.

Eusebius McKaiser: Decriminalising dagga

Dr Sue Goldstein, Programming Executive at SoulCity Institute, spoke about decriminalising dagga and how it will help addicts.

Eusebius McKaiser: Decriminalising dagga

Anine Kriegler, PhD Student at UCT Centre of Criminology and Friend of the Court in dagga case, talking about decriminalising dagga and the state case not being strong enough.

Eusebius McKaiser: What downgrading means for South Africa

Dr. Patrick Bond, Prof of Political Economy at Wits, spoke to Eusebius about S&P Global Ratings cutting South Africa’s sovereign credit rating to junk status on Monday following an emergency meeting over the weekend.

Eusebius McKaiser: What downgrading means for South Africa

Sikhonathi Mantshantsa, Deputy Editor at Financial Mail spoke to Eusebius about S&P Global Ratings cutting South Africa’s sovereign credit rating to junk status on Monday following an emergency meeting over the weekend.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Tremors in Johannesburg. • SA Credit Downgrade • Cabinet Reshuffling, governance and leadership. • Friday’s march.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The firing of Pravin Gordhan

Aubrey spoke to Prince about the reshuffle. Prince also talked about the firing of Pravin and also connecting the dots.

REDI TLHABI: Addressing SABC's financial crisis

William Bird discusses the issues that needs to be looked at to address the SABC's financial crisis.

REDI TLHABI:

Mark Heywood speaks about the #OccupyTreasury protest, in reaction to President Jacob Zuma's controversial cabinet reshuffle.

REDI TLHABI: Opposition parties 'want Zuma out'

Bantu Holomisa discusses concerns by Opposition Parties, who are calling for the removal of President Jacob Zuma from office.

REDI TLHABI: Sars tax collection briefing

South African Revenue Service (Sars) Commissioner Tom Moyane earlier announced that the revenue service collected 1.14 trillion rand in tax for the 2016/2017 financial year. Minister Malusi Gigaba, Deputy Minister Sfiso Buthelezi and Treasury Director-General Lungisa Fuzile were also at this briefing.

REDI TLHABI: ANC National Working Committee meeting

Clement Manyathela is reporting on the ANC National Working Committee meeting taking place today at Luthuli House.

Eusebius McKaiser: Friends as family

Jeanie Cave, Clinical Psychologist, spoke about friends becoming your family.

Eusebius McKaiser: Technobyte

Aki Anastasious spoke about a breakthrough in brain-computer interfaces, the Samsung S8 is being announced and are smartphone being blamed for the increase in pedestrian fatalities.

Eusebius McKaiser: Motion of no confidence against Pres. Zuma

Nqabayomzi Kwanka, UDM Chief Whip, spoke about cabinet reshuffle and the possible motion of no confidence that will be tabled against President Zuma in cabinet.

Eusebius McKaiser: Zille's colonial tweet

John SteenHuisen, DA Chief Whip, talking about the DA’s decision to discipline Helen Zille on her colonialism tweet and marching to Luthuli House instead of the Union building.

Eusebius McKaiser: Cabinet reshuffle impact on South Africans

Prince Mashele, Executive Director at Centre for Politics and Research, gave an analysis of the cabinet reshuffle and Helen Zille's colonial tweet.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Cabinet Reshuffle and some of the ANC member’s responses in public. • Is Malusi Gigaba fit to be a finance minister? • Vote of no confidence – will ANC members vote with the opposition in parliament? • Radical Economic Transformation – what is it and why hasn’t it been implemented so far?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

On the show this morning, Aubrey spoke about the formal charges against Helen Zille. He also asked listeners why everyone is moved by this cabinet reshuffle. Aubrey aslo asked listeners how wearing black going to help remove Zuma from his office. He also talked about memorial service of Uncle Kathy.

TALK AT NINE: Open Line

• Cabinet reshuffle • Noise pollution • Democratic Alliance has instituted formal disciplinary procedures against former Western Cape Premier Helen Zille over colonial tweet. • The Western Cape High Court on Friday made a landmark ruling, declaring that it is an infringement to ban the use of dagga by adults in private homes.

TALK AT NINE: Dagga could be legalised

Myrtle Clarke, Director at “Fields of Green for All” and Philip Rosenthal, Director Christian View Network spoke to us about the Western Cape High Court ruled it allowed for the possession, cultivation of dagga at home, for private use.

TALK AT NINE: Dagga could be legalised

Philip Rosenthal, Director Christian View Network spoke to us about the Western Cape High Court ruled it allowed for the possession, cultivation of dagga at home, for private use.

TALK AT NINE: Cabinet Reshuffle

Daniel Silke, Political Economy Analyst at Political Futures Consultancy to discuss our President’s decision to reshuffle cabinet a few days ago.

TALK AT NINE: Cabinet Reshuffle

Dr. Azar Jammine, Chief Economist at Econometrix, discuss our President’s decision to reshuffle cabinet a few days ago.

SUNDAY EARLY: Trauma and the Brain

Child abuse, Rape, Sexual assault and Brutal physical attack. Being in a war and witnessing violence, bloodshed, and death from close quarters. Near death experiences. These are extremely traumatic events, and some victims bear the scars for life.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Dr Singh about some of the causes of skin problems and treatments. He also talked about the dangers of using cheap treatments.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Tribute to the late legendary jazz maestro Thandie Klaasen

The State Theatre in Tshwane will come alive on 7 April 2017 when two iconic ladies of soul collaborate in a tribute to the late legendary jazz maestro Thandie Klaasen. Klaasen, who passed away two months ago left the world with a stellar and rich body of folk music that will continue to define township people, their passion, joys, sadness, determination and rituals.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Cabinet Reshuffle

A major cabinet reshuffle is unfolding as President Jacob Zuma wields the axe‚ chopping what is thought to be at least nine ministers and six deputies. Gushwell spoke to Johannes about this reshuffle.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans Doing Great things Word N Sound

Lovelyn spoke to Thabiso ‘Afurakan’ Mohare Founder of Word N Sound for South Africans Doing Great things on their platforms bringing together older practitioners of literature – elders of 40 years and older – with young people in their teens and early twenties

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: What Cabinet Reshuffle means for the future

What to make of this Cabinet Reshuffle and what does the future of both the ANC and Country look like?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Uber drivers fighting back

The latest as on Uber following a vehicle set alight on Sandton Drive allegedly by metered taxi drivers, how is the City mediating.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: EFF took to Concourt on Zuma impeachment

The EFF‚ along with the United Democratic Movement (UDM) and Congress of the People (Cope)‚ are pushing for the court to force Mbete to call for a vote of no confidence in Zuma or to have impeachment proceedings instituted.

REDI TLHABI: Cabinet update

Clement Manyathela is reporting on the latest developments in National Government, following the Cabinet meeting.

REDI TLHABI: Vardospan matter at High Court

Barry Bateman is reporting on the the High Court case of Vardospan against National Treasury, the South African Reserve Bank and the Bank Registrar. Vardospan, the Gupta-associated company, wants an explanation on why Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, the Reserve Bank and the Bank Registrar have not yet pronounced on Vardospan’s deal to buy Habib Overseas Bank.

Eusebius McKaiser: Should social media be regulated?

Jackson Mthembu spoke about why and how the ANC’s communication policy document might look at regulating social media.

Eusebius McKaiser: ‘Free Association – A Novel’

Steven Sidley spoke Eusebius about his new book that will released in May called ‘Free Association – A Novel’ and what it’s all about and what listeners can expect from it.

Eusebius McKaiser: Breakdown of Chief Justice robbery case

Karima Brown, Political Analyst, broke down the case of the robbery that took place at the Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s office, as well as the manner in which the police handled the case.

Eusebius McKaiser: Breakdown of Chief Justice robbery case

Pieter Louis-Myburgh, Investigative Reporter News24, broke down the case of the robbery that took place at the Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng’s office, as well as the manner in which the police handled the case.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Should President Zuma be given amnesty for him to retire? • Has President Zuma done anything good?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Ray White

• Impact of the rand on the rich and the poor. • Statements made at the late Ahmed Kathrada’s funeral. • Reasons for Minister Gordhan to be called back is still not known. • Using collateral to secure a small loan business and the role of government as a collateral. • What is a legend and who do you consider a legend in South Africa? • Helen Zille – should she resign?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Human Trafficking & countering it at Airports.

Today the Department of Home Affairs had a raid at OR Tambo, trying to combat Human Trafficking and unauthorised departure of children from the airport, what are the regulations around that and what should parents be aware of?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The Nation building sermon looking Maiden name debate

Mablerh on The Nation building sermon today looked at the Maiden name debate and the need for women to change their surnames after getting married.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Money Matters on the delays of tax returns

For Money Matters Gugu spoke to Angelique Ruzicka on citizen’s recourse following a high number of complaints into delays by the tax agency in paying refunds to tax payers

REDI TLHABI: Gordhan vs Gupta matter in Court

Barry Bateman is reporting on the latest in the matter between Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Gupta-owned companies in the High Court in Pretoria.

REDI TLHABI: Joe Mafela funeral

Katleho Sekhoto reflected on the funeral of veteran actor Joe Mafela, which took place today.

REDI TLHABI: Cabinet meeting

Clement Manyathela is following developments of a Cabinet meeting which is set to take place at the Union Building this afternoon.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Ahmed Kathrada remembered by listeners. • End of an era and what the future holds for us. • Questions surrounding why the late Kathrada went for an operation at his age. • Minister of Finance’s day in court as well as going to the Luthuli House. • Sassa debacle.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer Open hour

We had a consumer open line with Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist from Times Media, responding to consumer queries that listeners called in about.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Minister Gordhan and Deputy -Minister Jonas summoned back by President Zuma. • African word for step-child. • The education system and its stance on African languages. • Possibility of Shakespeare being phased out in South African school curriculum. • Miss South Africa pageant – does it represent African beauty? • Ahmed Kathrada not well – what listeners thought of him requesting that he not be given a state funeral?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Summoning of Gordhan and Jonas

Aubrey spoke to Pro. Andre Duvenhage, political analyst from University of North West, spoke about the impact that the summoning of Minister Gordhan and deputy-minister Jonas could possibly have for South Africa’s economy.

TALK AT NINE: Media Freedom and Securitisation

Busi Gumede. eNCA Check Point Producer, spoke to Karima about the focus the discussion on media freedom and the creeping stage involvement. Karima explored this sense of pervasive securitization of the state and closing of democratic space in the country.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: SAPS 2017/18 annual perfomance plan

Marianne interrogated SAPS tabled 2017/18 annual performance plan, following SAPS presentation of their specific targets, in Parliament.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The standard of music on the Radio lately

Music Artists, Don't Lower The Quality Of Your Work To 'Try' And Get On Radio

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

The biggest talker on the show this morning was colonialism . Aubrey said colonialism is not a white phenomenon but it is the stealing of other people’s ideas. Listeners expressed their opinions on the issue. The land question was also on discussion this morning. Aubrey also touched on the history of religion.

TALK AT NINE: Media Freedom and Securitisation

Dr. Vashna Jagarnath, Senior Lecturer in the Department of History at Rhodes University spoke to Karima about the focus the discussion on media freedom and the creeping stage involvement. Karima explored this sense of pervasive securitization of the state and closing of democratic space in the country.

TALK AT NINE: Land Expropriation

Gugile Nkwinti, Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform, spoke to Karima about the Land Expropriation Debate.

TALK AT NINE: Race, Gender, Misogyny and Racism

Eusebius McKaiser, presenter for EM Show, spoke to Karima about the race, gender, misogyny and racism that came into the fore with the Spur Incident and a tweet sent by Former DA Leader Hellen Zille where.

TALK AT NINE: Lifestyle audits for ministers

Naledi Pandor, Minister of Science and Technology Minister, spoke to Karima, about ministers living beyond their means and requesting for a lifestyle audit to be dome to ministers.

SUNDAY EARLY: Vavi's new labour union

Wasanga spoke to Phumlani about Zwelinzima Vavi's new labour union that was registered on Friday. Vavi, who was expelled from labour federation Cosatu in 2016, said workers needed unions which were independent of their bosses and political parties.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Pageant for married woman in South Africa

Mrs South Africa is the number one pageant for married woman in South Africa and is a woman empowerment program and not beauty pageant in the traditional sense of the word. The opportunity that Mrs South Africa creates for married woman across our beautiful country is significant in every way.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

As we are heading down to winter, Errol spoke to Dr Marlin McKay about colds and flu. We also opened lines for listeners to ask any medical related questions.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Open Line with Gushwell Brooks

The biggest talker on the show was about Police Officers who abuse people who need help from them . Listeners also raised their opinions about the Spur incident. The other issue that was discussed on the show was the video of a Fourteen year old girl that went viral.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans Doing Great things with Injabulo Projects

Lindiwe Dlamini Founder of Injabulo Projects joined us for South Africans Doing Great things on the work they do in trying to tackle bullying at schools.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans Doing great things with Hope for Africa Foundation

Jabulane Hope Thabethe founder of Hope for Africa Foundation on their Bare Foot Walk campaign trying to raise 3000 school shoes for underprivileged kids

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Joburg woman raped inside taxi in front of 10-year-old son • Men and the culture of rape in South Africa. • Misogyny, psyche of entitlement, socialization of men in society and the disrespect of women.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : So what: I’m a single Parent

Aubrey spoke to Sibusiso Mfeka, Brand Image Consultant, about the stigma that surrounds being a single parent whether you’re a male or a female including the issue of custody rights.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : So what: I’m a single Parent”

Aubrey spoke to Darlington Steve, organizer of “So what: I’m a single Parent” about the stigma that surrounds being a single parent whether you’re a male or a female including the issue of custody rights.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Saving on a state pension or grant. • What did South Africans fight for – was it for freedom or democracy and have either been achieved? • Perception of mental disability by society. • Women and shoes – if you buy a woman a pair of shoes would she leave you?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Money and our perception of it

Aubrey spoke to Stanley Beckett, author and consultant, spoke about our understanding of money and how it has changed over the years and whether have adopted these changes in our lives.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• What should Human Rights Day mean to us south Africans? • South Africans attaching everything to racism. • Can colonialism be compared to Holocaust? • The Spur incident – labelled as a racist and misogynist behaviour.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer Rights on Human Rights Day

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist from Times Media, about knowing your right as a consumer on this Human Rights Day.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Have the EFF sold out?

Former Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Treasurer General Magdalene Moonsamy believes the party sold out black South Africans when it decided to partner with the Democratic Alliance (DA) following last year's local government elections.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Why Sharpeville Day is important.

Historian Steve Malesela Lebelo on how the renaming of Sharpeville Day to now known “Human Rights Day” is robbing the country of its true history.

Eusebius McKaiser: Psychological effect of being robbed or home intrusion

Dr. Helgo Schomer spoke about psychological effects of being mugged and experiencing a home intrusion.

Eusebius McKaiser: Living with and being affected by HIV

Ntokozo Mkhize, twins – one living with HIV, talking about Living with and affected by #HIV.

Eusebius McKaiser: Living with and being affected by HIV

Khuthula Mkhize, twins – one living with HIV, talking about Living with and affected by #HIV.

Eusebius McKaiser: Importance of Human Rights Day

Rev. Chris Nissen, Part-Time Commissioner of the South African Human Rights Commission, talking about the importance of Human Rights in South Africa.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Are you celebrating the Human Rights day? • The gap between human rights vision and reality. • Experience of living and being affected by HIV. • Personal and physical space being violated.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Human Rights Day – should the day be changed to remember Sharpville Massacre? • Colonialism, neo- colonialism and decolonization. • Passing of Sphamandla Choma‚ the 14-year-old boy who was left paralysed after he was allegedly assaulted by his school principal in Middelburg‚ Mpumalanga.

Eusebius McKaiser: Family Matters : family experiences shapes our personality

Khosi Jiyane, Psychologist, talking about how family experiences shapes our personality.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Political spectrum in South Africa

Aubrey spoke to Lukhona Mnguni, independent political analyst, about the political events that have been unfolding from the ConCourt decision on the #SassaDebacle, Berning Ntlemeza’s appointment to the Hawks, the burglary to the CJ’s office as well as Former social development director general Zane Dangor

REDI TLHABI: Ipid plans to charge 72 police officers over Marikana

The Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid) recently told Parliament that it has identified a list of 72 police officers for prosecution for their role in the killing of 34 mine workers in Marikana in 2012. Sean Tait analyses this development and what needs to be done to ensure police better manage protest action.

REDI TLHABI: Police Minister to appeal High Court ruling on Ntlemeza

Barry Bateman is reporting on the Police Ministry's confirmation that it will appeal a High Court ruling which deems the appointment of Berning Ntlemeza as Hawks Head to be invalid.

REDI TLHABI: Sassa social grants update

Phillip de Wet reflects on recent developments in the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) social grant crisis.

Eusebius McKaiser: Technobyte with Aki

Aki Anastasiou reviewed the new Nintendo Switch game console, an African innovation to combat pneumonia and a farm robot designed for consumers.

Eusebius McKaiser: Rhodes possible name change

Prof. Sizwe Mabizela talking about changing the name of the university. Listeners also gave suggestion of what Rhodes should be called.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• Burglary at the CJ’s office. • Helen Zille colonial tweet. • Do you have faith and trust in our ministers and President? • How racism is addressed in society.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Higher Education National Convention

The Higher Education Convention in Midrand convened by Professor Mary Metcalfe, Jabu Mabuza, Jay Naidoo amd Justice Dikgang Moseneke was called off after repeated violent disruptions.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

On the show this morning , Aubrey spoke about the phenomenon of colonialism and the fight against its effects. He also touched on the contemporary politics and racism . He said as connected they may be they are not the same thing. Aubrey also talked about the passing of the late Joe Mafela.

TALK AT NINE: 11th SAFTA Ceremony and tribute to Joe Mafela

Dr. John Kani spoke about the 11th annual Saftas ceremony held at Sun City as well as paying tribute to the late Joe Mafela.

TALK AT NINE: 11th SAFTA Ceremony and tribute to Joe Mafela

Thapelo Mokoena - , spoke about the 11th annual Saftas ceremony held at Sun City as well as paying tribute to the late Joe Mafela.

TALK AT NINE: Current Crisis around factions within the ANC

The ANC has released a set of Policy document outlining the party’s thinking on a range of questions including Land, The Economy, Education and How to build a developmental state.

TALK AT NINE: Factionalism division and leadership battles

Gwede Mantashe spoke about the ANC’s policy documents and organizational renewal.

TALK AT NINE: Appointment of Berning Ntlemeza

Francis Antony spoke about the court setting aside appointment of Berning Ntlemeza as head of the HAWKS.

TALK AT NINE: Burglary at the offices of Chief Justice Mogoeng

Prof. Richard Calland spoke about the burglary at the offices of the Chief Justice and asked Karima asked if this is a turning point in our democracy.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Aubrey Masango Standing in

Lillian Dube spoke to Aubrey about the passing of Joe Mafela, she shared memories about him and their journey in the Arts and Culture industry of South Africa.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Aubrey Masango Standing in

Mama Carol is an activist at heart. She was a student in the 1976 uprisings in South Africa, and saw how they as students did that, and how things changed around them as a result. Mama Carol has been exposed to many different people and their knowledge. She has learned how other women are working: women from Kenya, women from Greenland, women from the Philippines, among others. She has been gathering information on how things could be done better back home, and how to use an evidence-based approach to her work, how to fundraiser, and how to present her work. She has also been exposed to issues that she wasn’t as familiar with, such as LGBT issues. She will take this home with her. She is so grateful because I know for sure that when I get back home, we will move from being good to being great as an organization, because of what I’ve been exposed to here.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Aubrey Masango Standing in

The best places around the world for Instagrammers to visit for amazing pictures. Contiki recently launched a trip called “SNAP” which takes people to some of the most incredible places which make for epic pics.

SUNDAY EARLY: Open Line with Wasanga Mehana

Wasanga spoke about the price of Toll Gates . He also spoke about Mandela’s granddaughter saying that she will not vote for ANC anymore. He then talked about the robbery at the Office of Chief Justice.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Join Hands Against Racism Campaign

Gareth spoke to Flo about the launch of a campaign to mobilise citizens to stand up for the cause through a symbolic joining of hands on Facebook and through broadening their social networks.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Ray White Standing In

Conversations with a Gentle Soul by Sahm Venter, Without much fanfare Ahmed Kathrada worked alongside Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu and other giants in the struggle to end racial discrimination in South Africa. He faced house arrest and many court trials related to his activism until, finally, a trial for sabotage saw him sentenced to life imprisonment alongside Mandela and six others.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Ray White Standing In

An exhibition showcasing diverse book arts practices by South African artists as well as the much anticipated exhibition Booknesses: Artists’ Books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection will be opened by international guest-speakers.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Ray White Standing In

Leanne Katzenellenbogen, The Author of Delicious Modern Healthy recipes for diabetes, about her book she said Diabetes sufferers often think they have to give up a variety of foods, but a combination of diet and exercise can reduce the risk of developing diabetes and help to maintain optimum blood sugar levels. A balanced diet can stabilize blood glucose levels and reduce sugar cravings, and the key is to consume appropriate daily amounts of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Ray White Standing In

#40Dayswithoutshoes campaign, he is going without shoes in the cold, rain, heat, to raise awareness about what it is like for young kids who don’t have shoes, every day.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Ray White Standing In

Serengeti Eat-In and Slow Food as they are committed to eating seasonally, locally and sustainable, by supporting small producers and responsible retailers.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: With Ray White Standing In

Marzenna Almedro, Mrs South Africa pageant finalist spoke to Ray about how Mrs South Africa pageant is different from other pageants that are perceived as typical and conform to the norm. She says they want to remove the stigma that goes with the word pageant.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Nicci about the workplace wellnes. Nicci said it is very important that every company have a workplace wellness programme in place.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Corruption and collusion

Gushwell spoke to Phumlani about the difference between corruption and collusion. They also talked about the true economic impact of the SASSA debacle.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Whole body vibrations machines

Harbib Noorbhai Biokineticist at CPUT spoke on The science behind The whole body vibrations machine at gym, and its benefits of burning fat, combating diabetes.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: What would the DA look like without Helen?

Gugu and Sizwe spoke to Prof Tinyiko Maluleke following so many calling for the dismissal of Helen Zille, Prof Maluleke looked at whether there’s enough muscle to do so within the DA and what the DA would look like without Helen?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Search for Richard Thole being called off. • Events that unfolded during the ConCourt hearing of SASSA, CPS and Black Sash. • Leadership and Management in businesses. • Reasons businesses collapse.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Procrastination

Aubrey spoke to Stanley Beckett, Author and Consultant, about why do we procrastinate.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The state of Transformation in the Banking sector

Gugu and Sizwe spoke to Qualified CA Khaya Sithole on his thoughts on what it would take for SA to achieve Transformation in the Banking sector, as Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance is currently holding public hearings on transformation in the financial sector.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Earning more than the boss?

Money Matters looking at the dynamics in the workplace when an employee earns more than the boss/manager, Mpho speaks on how to manage the relationship.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW:

Brain scans can determine guilt.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• SASSA, CPS debacle and the ConCourt debacle. • South Africa lose over bid for Commonwealth Games • Comparison on how the apartheid govt and the present government are dispensing grants.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer hour

Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist for Times Media, had a Q&A with listeners answering their consumer questions.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Has Black Sash changed its tune?

What next for SASSA as The Black Sash’s application is due to be heard in the ConCourt tomorrow (March 15), what can we expect and what are the viable options.

REDI TLHABI: Public hearings on transformation in the financial services sector

Cas Coovadia discusses the issues that need to be addressed to accelerate transformation in the banking and financial services sector. Coovadia made presentations at economic transformation public hearings in Parliament.

REDI TLHABI: Gordhan at Scopa to discuss social grants debacle

Lindsay Dentlinger is reporting on Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan before Scopa today to discuss the ongoing SA Social Security Agency (Sassa) debacle.

REDI TLHABI: Have Sassa and Social Development Minister met Concourt deadline?

Gia Nicolaides is reporting on whether the SA Social Security Agency and Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini have responded to a directive by the Concourt on why they missed yesterday’s deadline to respond to questions by the court.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• 26 weeks old baby called medical waste by law and parents not allowed to bury them • Mabala Noise record label and Ricky Rick fall out. • David Mabuza wanting Julius Malema to come back to the ANC. • SASSA’s failure to meet Concourt’s deadline. • Possible involvement of Grindrod Bank in grants payment. • Baby Siwaphiwe's mother arrested for kidnapping.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Parents right to a foetus

Aubrey spoke to Sonia Smith, founder of the voice of the unborn baby, talking about parent's right to bury their babies who died before they're 26 weeks old.

TALK AT NINE: Tobacco packaging

Professor Michael Herbst - Head of Health at Cancer Association of South Africa’s (CANSA), spoke about plain packaging of tobacco products.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans doing great things Velani Mboweni

Velani Mboweni Co-founder of Phambili Mzansi an organisation which facilitates inter-generational conversations joined us for South Africans doing great things

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

Aubrey asked listeners what position does DA held on land. The other issue that was discussed on the show was the social grants crisis. Aubrey also talked about the Glorious movement that Gogo Lindiwe is going to start giving people one million rand, he asked listeners what they would do with the money.

TALK AT NINE: Social grants crisis

Nandi Vanqa-Mgijima - Research and Education Officer at International Labour Research and Information Group (ILRIG), spoke about social grants crisis.

TALK AT NINE: Parliament adopts SABC report

Vuyo Mvoko spoke to Karima about parliament formally adopting the final report of the ad hoc committee looking into the fitness of the SABC board.

TALK AT NINE: Policy discussion documents

We speak to Min. Lindiwe Zulu spoke about the launch of ANC’s policy discussion documents for its conference in June. The party held a briefing earlier today.

TALK AT NINE: Policy discussion documents

We spoke to Jeff Radebe, Head of Economic Policy at ANC, about the launch of ANC’s policy discussion documents for its conference in June. The party held a briefing earlier today.

TALK AT NINE: Dissolution of the PRASA Board

Popo Molefe spoke about fighting the dissolution of the PRASA board by Minister Dipuo Peters all the way to the courts.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Profile interview

Opera Singer, Born into a musical family in Soweto, Kutlwano Masote began violin lessons at an early age under the tutelage of his father, Michael, a respected music teacher and founder of the Soweto Symphony Orchestra. He took up the cello at the age of eleven. Well-known radio broadcaster of classical music with a 13-year broadcast career including spells at Classic fm and SAfm.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Travel Feature

Baz Bus is a unique hop on and hop off, door to door bus service between 180 backpacking hostels in 40 different towns in South Africa. The freedom to discover South Africa in your own time. You sate not limited to a fixed schedule. You decide where you want to go and how long you would like you stay there.

SUNDAY EARLY: Tendering opportunities

A business tender is an offer to do work or supply goods at a fixed price. The tender or bid process is designed to ensure that the work to be done is given out in a fair way. There are a number of policies (known as 'procurement policies') which are used as guides on how to make decisions on which tender to accept. Although price is very important in the decision on which tender or bid to accept, it is not the only factor taken into account. Tender4sure is an online portal that helps people who are interested in getting into the tendering business.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Online banking fraud

Incidents of online banking fraud in South Africa is escalating as more consumers are using online banking platforms and fraudsters finding new ways to access personal online banking information. While online banking is a great way of having quick access to your bank account, consumers should make sure that they are well-protected.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Book Feature

A compelling crime novel set in contemporary Lagos. They also touched on the criticism he got from Nigerian people about his depiction of the events that take place in the crime novel. The characters of the books were discussed and he told our listeners of how he got the inspiration to write this hard hitting novel.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Pick of the week: Skulls of our People

A film shot on location in Namibia, which focuses on first genocide of 20th century perpetrated by Germany in Namibia that took place between 1904 & 1908. Where, over 100 000 were killed and hundreds of skulls of Herero & Nama people were taken to Germany for racial scientific studies.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Lead SA

Anti-Racism week from the 14th-21st March 2017.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Food feature

Nothing says South Africa quite like boerewors on a braai. If the packaging does not say boerewors than its not boerewors, its just wors.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Water Restrictions

The most valuable commodity of our time, as we are approaching National Water Week, the battle to improve water- use practices.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Health Feature

What kinds of foods to eat, when you are on a diet and setting tough targets to lose weight is more effective than setting average weight lose goals and exercise cannot protect from gaining weight.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Health and Well-Being- Bladder Cancer

Errol spoke to Dr Hugo about the signs and causes of Bladder Cancer. He said the major cause of Bladder cancer is smoking. Dr Hugo advised the listeners to consult a Urologist at the first sign of blood in the urine.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Stress and Depression

Dr Long talked about treating stress and depression using Hypnotherapy. Effective hypnotherapy can quickly, usually in the first session, get right down to the source of the client’s anxiety through age regression work.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans doing great things with Bonolo Mataboge

Aubrey spoke to Bonolo Mataboge Founder of Afriblossom a 22 year old fashion designer who started a successful plus size clothing brand for South Africans doing great things looking at the industry of plus size fashion industry.

REDI TLHABI: Education Department policy to on pregnant learners

Elijah Mhlanga discusses the new draft policy by the Department of Basic Education which states how schools should better treat pregnant learners.

REDI TLHABI: Icasa declares SABC editorial policies invalid

Nomvuyiso Batyi discusses the decision by the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa) to declare the SABC’s editorial policies invalid.

REDI TLHABI: Sactwu marches to Sars against illegal clothing imports

Simon Eppel describes the consequences to the local industry of illegal clothing and textile imports.

REDI TLHABI: Meter taxi drivers' march

Mia Lindeque is reporting on the latest developments in the protest meter taxi drivers. This morning meter taxi drivers obstructed traffic during an illegal go-slow on the R24 and R21 highways affecting those headed to various destinations.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Your rights as a South African when arrested abroad

Ashraf Essop gives some options as a South African citizen when you arrested abroad in light of a couple arrested for premarital sex in UAE.

REDI TLHABI: Tackling nyaope usage in Gauteng

Gauteng Social Development MEC Nandi Mayathula-Khoza discusses what the provincial government is doing to address nyaope addiction in the province.

REDI TLHABI: Calls for UN to impose targeted sanctions on Burundi over human rights violations

The United Nations Security Council are meeting to discuss the ongoing security situation in Burundi and the surrounding Great Lakes region. Akshaya Kumar discusses the need for the council to impose "targeted sanctions" on Burundian officials over alleged human rights violations there.

REDI TLHABI: Protests at Reiger Park

Mia Lindeque is reporting on the latest in the protest at Reiger Park against a councillor for alleged corruption.

REDI TLHABI: Acting Police Commissioner update on OR Tambo International Airport heist

Barry Bateman is reporting on Acting National Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane's media briefing on an update on the investigation into the OR Tambo International Airport heist.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The impact of speed-reading to your brain

Prof Girish Modi interrogates the impact of speed-reading to your brain following an article stating that “If you want to get smarter, speed-reading is worse than not reading at all”.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: PRASA board dissolved

Sizwe and Gugu spoke to Prasa Board Chair Popo Molefe on their planned way forward following Transport Minister Dipuo Peters’ decision to dissolve the Prasa board.

REDI TLHABI: Plans to reposition Home Affairs to State Security apparatus

Mkuseli Apleni discusses why there are plans by government to reposition the Department of Home Affairs to the country's State Security apparatus.

REDI TLHABI: New interim SABC Board announced

Pippa Green discusses whether the naming of a new interim SABC Board is a positive step towards resolving the issues affecting the management of the public broadcaster.

REDI TLHABI: SA revokes withdrawal from ICC

Ottilia Maunganidze discusses the issues at stake following South Africa revoking its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC).

REDI TLHABI: Transport Minister dissolves Prasa Board

Pieter-Louis Myburgh reflects on the issues which have led to Transport Minister Dipuo Peters to dissolve the Prasa Board.

REDI TLHABI: Mimi Women empowering women

Ramona Kasavan discusses the work of Mimi Women to empower women in South Africa.

REDI TLHABI: Earthlife Africa wins court challenge against building of new coal-fired power station

Nicole Loser discusses the ruling by the High Court in Pretoria in favour of Earthlife Africa (ELA) against Environment Minister Edna Molewa's approval of the building of a coal-powered fire station.

REDI TLHABI: Update on robbery OR Tambo International Airport

Mia Lindeque is reporting on the latest developments following Tuesday evening's robbery at OR Tambo International Airport, where more than 20 million rand was allegedly stolen.

REDI TLHABI: Concourt summons Social Development Minister to account on social grants

Stephen Grootes is reporting on the Constitutional Court summoning Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini to account for the controversy of surrounding the paying out of social grants.

REDI TLHABI: MEC Creecy delivers Gauteng Provincial Budget

MEC Barbara Creecy reflects on the fiscal focus of the provincial government after delivering the Provincial Budget today.

REDI TLHABI: Lily Mine collapse inquiry

Richard Spoor, who is representing the families of the missing mine workers at Lily Mine, discusses the developments at the inquiry into last year's collapse at Lily Mine.

REDI TLHABI: South Africa at a socio-economic crossroads?

Professor Richard Calland discusses some ideas to addressing the conflicting ideas at government level of solving South Africa's socio-economic challenges.

REDI TLHABI: How to improve South Africa's economic growth

Dr Iraj Abedian analysed the issues that need to be addressed to improve South Africa's economic growth. This is after Stats SA revealed that the country's economy had grown by 0.3 percent in the final quarter of 2017, after it had increased by 1.3 percent in 2016.

REDI TLHABI: Prasa Board and Letsoalo in Parliament

Monique Mortlock is reporting the appearance of the the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) and its former acting CEO Colins Letsoalo before Parliament’s Portfolio Committee for Transport today.

REDI TLHABI: Social Development Minister at Scopa

Lindsay Dentlinger is reporting on Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini's appearance before Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Accounts to discuss developments in the crisis regarding the payment of social grants.

REDI TLHABI: SABC inquiry report debated in Parliament

Gaye Davis is reporting on the latest developments in the SABC Inquiry and the debate of the SABC in Parliament.

REDI TLHABI: Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K-Line) referred to Competition Tribunal for collusion

Thembinkosi Bonakele discusses the latest of the collusion cases the Competition Commission is pursuing.

REDI TLHABI: Right2Know on the Hands Off Our Grants campaign

Vainola Makan discusses Right2Know Campaign's participation in the Hands Off Our Grants campaign which is led by Black Sash.

REDI TLHABI: Protest in Olievenhoutbosch

Pelane Phakgadi speaks to Redi about the protest by residents in Olievenhoutbosch which turned violent this afternoon.

REDI TLHABI: Assessing National Crime Prevention Strategy

Gareth Newham analyses the statements by Ministers at the Justice‚ Crime Prevention and Security (JCPS) Cluster, of the need to review the National Crime Prevention Strategy to address challenges that confront the criminal justice system.

REDI TLHABI: Mental illness in the workplace

An Bakkes discusses research which shows that untreated mental disorders cost the South African economy more than R35 billion in lost working days every year.

REDI TLHABI: Scopa speaks on the handling of the social grant crisis

Themba Godi discusses Scopa's concerns over the handling of the social grant crisis by the Department of Social Development and the SA Social Security Agency (Sassa).

REDI TLHABI: Fraud case opened against three Joburg Market officials

The City of Johannesburg has opened a case of fraud, theft and corruption against three Joburg Market officials who have allegedly defrauded the City to the amount of at least 7.5 million. Tony Taverna-Turison discusses what is known so far about this case.

REDI TLHABI: Gauteng Health acting on Health Ombud recommendations

Dr Gwen Ramokgopa discuss how the Gauteng Health Department is responding to recommendations by the Health Ombudsman on the Life Esidimeni tragedy.

REDI TLHABI: Advocate Ntsebeza appointed Fort Hare University Chancellor

Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza reflects on his appointment as Chancellor of the University of Fort Hare.

REDI TLHABI: Study: Child support grant makes it easier for women to look for jobs

Alessandro Tondini reflects on his research which shows how the child support grant makes it easier for women to look for better jobs.

REDI TLHABI: Treasury at Fees Commission

Khaya Sithole discusses whether National Treasury's incremental approach towards funding higher education is effective.

REDI TLHABI: Dobsonville pupil's body found

Leonard Mudavhi called in to Afternoon Drive to break the news that the body of the 14 year old girl who was swept away in flash floods in Dobsonville on Thursday, has been found.

REDI TLHABI: President Zuma addresses Traditional Leaders

Kevin Brandt is reporting on President Jacob Zuma's address during the official opening of the National House of Traditional Leaders at Parliament this morning. President Zuma said that there are too many laws in the country dealing with land issues.

REDI TLHABI: Rescue efforts for 5-year old boy in Boksburg mine shaft

William Ntladi discusses the latest developments in attempts to rescue the five year old boy trapped at the mine shaft in Jerusalem, Boksburg.

REDI TLHABI: SA Reserve Bank invites public to buy shares

Gary Booysen reflects on the basics of shareholding after the South African Reserve Bank's putting on offer shares to the public.

REDI TLHABI: Land reform system favours businesses

Professor Thembela Kepe discusses his research on how South Africa's land reform system at the moment favours agricultural businesses instead of beneficiaries.

REDI TLHABI: Cosatu concludes its Central Executive Committee meeting

Sizwe Pamla discusses Cosatu's position on key national and Tripartite Alliance issues following the federation's Central Executive Committee meeting.

REDI TLHABI: Roof collapse at Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital

Pelane Phakgadi is reporting on the collapse of a roof at the entrance of Charlotte Maxeke Academic Hospital, which has trapped several people inside the hospital.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. Trump's UK visit postponed 2. A Clampdown on Driving and Phoning in the UK 3. Evidence of life found in rocks in Canada.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Dorljota association's fuel depot not compliant - DoE

Director for Fuel Pricing at the Department of Energy, Robert Maake responded to the fuel depot by the Dorljota association that is according to their department not within compliance.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Vote of no confidence for Lesotho PM 2. Zim doctors and nurses on strike 3. Liberian coastguard seizes three foreign vessels.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sassa on the grants payout debacle

National Spokesperson of SASSA, Kgomoco Diseko responded to the SASSA debacle.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: DA on Sassa grant crisis

DA's Tim Brauteseth spoke to Xolani about the Sassa grants payout crisis.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Latest on Walkerville accident scene

Spokesperson for the Gauteng Traffic police, Busaphi Nxumalo spoke to Xolani with details about the horrific crash in Walkerville.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. Ramaphosa’s performance in Parliament 2. SABC roasted by Parliament scopa 3. Sassa withdraws ConCourt application.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mashaba the Jozi@Work destruction in CBD

Executive Mayor, Herman Mashaba called in to clarify the concern about the trash in Johannesburg. he also reassured listeners that Jozi@Work jobs won't be lost through the cancellation of the programme.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Dorljota fuel depot is illegal - Fuel Retailers Association

CEO of the Fuel Retailers Association, Reggie Sibiya spoke to Xolani about the depot operation by the taxi association in the West Rand is indeed illegal, as retailers they are regulated.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Wendy's burgers to introduce a thousand self serve kiosks.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: How To Make A Career Comeback At Any Age

Relebogile had a chat with Kay Vittee, CEO at Kelly talent deployment agency about How To Make A Career Comeback At Any Age. Kay advised Women who are looking for employment in the current market, to shift their approach from the old way of applying, and adjust to modern times. She gave a few tips to assist women with their new job seeking approach

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: The significance of engaging with your partner about your finances

Relebogile had an interesting conversation with Garnet Jensen - Senior Director at TransUnion about the significance of engaging with your partner about your finances. Jansen said it is an absolute necessity to have the chat about where you both stand financially in order to take the best steps for your future together, to identify where your financial priorities match (or don’t!) and to plan for future financial wellness. A TransUnion US survey showed that more than one in three (38%) of engaged couples don’t talk about their credit ratings.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media: #BonginkosiKhanyile | #Truckstrike | #Grayston | #MsansiStereotypes

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Littering in the Johannesburg CBD, dustbin have been overturned, no one know did this. • Concerns for the 5yr old who is still trapped in a mineshaft. • The gap between knowing and doing. • Xenophobic attacks in South Africa

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Gap between knowing and doing

Aubrey spoke to Stanley Beckett, author and life coach mentor, about why we unable to take action in certain areas our lives.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: What to expect from YouTube TV

YouTube TV unveiled, a $35-a-month competitor to cable TV, which delivers a package of streaming channels over the internet, what does this mean for the current players in the space, how is YouTube likely to fare and above all what does mean for consumers?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The M-Net Magic in Motion Academy and Careers Expo

The 3rd M-Net Magic in Motion Academy and Careers Expo.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Unilever and Sime Darby colluding over cooking oil price.

Money Matters looked at The Competition Commission's findings on price fixing of cooking oil in between Unilever and Sime Darby.

REDI TLHABI: Black Sash on Sassa Concourt bid withdrawal

Elroy Paulus responds to the South African Social Security Agency withdrawing its Constitutional Court bid to allow it to negotiate further with Cash Paymaster Services.

REDI TLHABI: Gautrain network to be extended

Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Dr Ismail Vadi discusses the plan to extend the Gautrain network by 150 kilometres over the next 20 years.

REDI TLHABI: Lebo Mashile at the Centre for the Less Good Idea

Lebo Mashile discusses her curating of the inaugural season of the Centre for the Less Good Idea.

REDI TLHABI: Update: Coal Transportation Forum march

Mary Padi discusses the issues the Coal Transportation Forum has against Eskom's agreement with independent power producers.

REDI TLHABI: Sassa discussed in Parliament

Lindsay Dentlinger is reporting on the latest developments in Parliamentary meetings over Sassa's payment system.

REDI TLHABI: Fees Must Fall activist granted bail

Ziyanda Ngcobo is reporting on the Constitutional Court ruling to grant student activist Bonginkosi Khanyile R250 bail.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Medical tourism on the rise

Faith was on the radio to talk about medical tourism in South Africa.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Sassa heads to ConCourt for extension of CPS contract

Stephen Grootes spoke to Sassa spokesperson, Paseka Letsatsi, regarding the decision seek CPS contract extension through the Constitutional Court.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Court ruling scraps traffic fines since 2008

Stephen Grootes spoke to registrar of the Road Traffic Infringement Agency, Japh Chuwe, about the court ruling scrapping traffic fines issues since 2008 in Joburg and Pretoria.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Lesufi court bid to change school feeder zones

Stephen Grootes spoke to Gauteng MEC for education, Panyaza Lesufi, about their court bid to change the school feeder zones.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: FICA Amendment Bill sent to Zuma for signing

Stephen Grootes spoke to Lawson Naidoo from Council for the Advancement of SA Constitution about FICA Amendment Bill being sent to President Jacob Zuma for signing.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: PPF receiving sponsorship from Eskom and Transet

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, Professor Tinyiko Maluleke, about Progressive Professional Forum receiving funding from Eskom and Transet.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: What does coal truck driver strike mean for coal sector?

Stephen Grootes spoke to Nhlanhla Sibisi from Greenpeace Africa about what the coal truck driver strike means for survival of the coal sector.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Coal Transformation Forum truck drivers strike

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Pelani Phakgadi, about the coal truck driver strike taking place in Pretoria.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. The Durban Commonwealth Games 2. French police sniper shoots two accidentally

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. African leadership prize fails to find a winner - again 2. Nigerians are still asking… where is President Muhammad Buhari?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Prasa cannot remove me - Letsoalo

Prasa’s Acting Group CEO, Collins Letsoalo spoke to Xolani to explain his understanding of the terms and conditions of his contract and why he feels that the board of Prasa cannot remove him.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Eskom responds to coal transportation strike action

Acting CEO Eskom, Matshela Koko spoke to Xolani about the current strike by Coal drivers over Eskom Nuclear build.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: City of Tshwane on the coal truck blockade

Spokesperson for Executive Mayor in Tshwane, Samkelo Mgobozi spoke to Xolani to give insight into what plans are underway to handle the grid lock.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Coal Transport Forum: Why pur truck drivers are on strike

Spokesperson for Coal Transport Forum, Mary Phadi spoke to Xolani to explain what pushed their agenda to strike today by getting the trucks to blockade the highway.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: How TMPD is managing the coal truck blockade in Tshwane

Chief of Tshwane Metro Police, Stephen Ngobeni spoke to Xolani about what action will be taken with these truck drivers blocking the highway.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. Political opposition parties urge the president to sign FICA bill 2. Brian Molefe story not settling 3 Sassa backlash in Parliament.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Mice get man flu.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: World Hearing Day 3 March 2017 - World Record Attempt

Relebogile had a chat with Tanya Hanekom, President of South African Association of Audiologists about World Hearing Day 3 March 2017 and the World Record the trying to Attempt. World Hearing Day is an annual event held on 3 March each year to raise awareness and promote ear and hearing care across the world. The South African Association of Audiologists (SAAA) in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) are celebrating World Hearing Day by creating awareness regarding Hearing Loss.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking a look at what’s in the Times Newspaper today

Relebogile looked at stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media: Twitter: #TrevorNoah| #1000kasitranslations | #SASSA| #KellyanneConwayshoesPic

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• 5-year-old boy trapped in a suspended mineshaft. • Collins Letsoalo saying he still the CEO of Prasa • SASSA has not resolved it pay -out issues: what will happen come 1st April 2017? • Government reprimanding Herman Mashaba but did not reprimand King Zwelithini – isn’t this double standard?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Consumer Line

Aubrey had an open consumer line with Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist for Times Media.

THE MONEY SHOW: The Science of Search

Luke talked about search and how has it evolved.

THE MONEY SHOW: Africa Business Focus

Lee brings us business news from Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania.

THE MONEY SHOW: Heroes and Zeros

A response to last week's zero and also this week's winners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Touring around the moon

SpaceX plans to fly two space tourists around the moon in 2018.

THE MONEY SHOW: Curro results

Dr Chris van der Merwe talked about the financial performance of the company.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market commentary

Wayne gave an update of the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Nedbank results

Mike gave an update of the company's financial performance as well as his views on the banking industry.

REDI TLHABI: Zwelinzima Vavi addresses FAWU delegates

former COSATU Secretary General, Zwelinzima Vavi, addressed Food and Allied Workers Union (FAWU) delegates earlier today at the organisation’s special extended NEC meeting. He began his address by raising the issue of the SASSA grant payments contract, saying we have a political and economic crisis in South Africa with poverty and economic inequality on the increase.

REDI TLHABI: Corruption Watch releases annual report

Corruption Watch released its annual corruption report ealier. It says it received 4,391 reports of corruption which is a substantial increase since the organisation's inception. The report reviewed the past five years of public reporting. Most of the reports were in relation to fraud in schools, followed by bribery involving road traffic incidents and people blowing the whistle on illegal activity on licensing and immigration related matters.

REDI TLHABI: SABC reports R411m loss

The SABC has blamed losses amounting to R411 million in the past financial year on events of national interest that were not budgeted for. The public broadcaster told Parliament’s communications committee earlier that these were events that did not generate financial returns. Communications Minister Faith Muthambi was supposed to have led the presentation, but she had an engagement in Soshanguve, MPs heard. Deputy Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams was present.

REDI TLHABI: Mortality and causes of death report

Stats SA released the latest mortality rates and causes of death report earlier today. According to Statistician-General, Dr Pali Lehohla, 460,236 deaths were recorded in 2015 which marks a 3% decline compared to the previous period. According to Stats SA, the three leading causes of death in South Africa were TB, diabetes and cerebrovascular disease.

REDI TLHABI: Update on Umlazi violence

Yesterday we took a call from Mlungisi who is from the Umlazi area in Kwa-Zulu Natal. He was commenting on the crime situation in the township and how the police in the area, although understaffed and under resourced, are not doing enough to keep the people of the area safe. Community members in Umlazi went on the rampage on Sunday following a mass shooting that left four people dead and eight more injured. They threatened to burn down the houses of those they suspected of committing these horrific crimes. There were also reports that one suspect was arrested yesterday in connection with the crimes.

REDI TLHABI: SASSA says there is no plan for 1 April payouts

- The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has told Parliament that there is no plan in place come 1st April with a new system to pay out 17 million grants. Last week the agency again promised that all beneficiaries would receive their social grants in April, but would not say what kind of negotiations it would now have with the company that makes the payments Cash Paymaster Services (CPS).

REDI TLHABI: River Park clinic opening abandoned

The opening of River Park clinic in Alex was abandoned due to protests by Jozi@Work workers.

REDI TLHABI: President Zuma in Soshanguve

President Zuma’s visited Soshanguve today to address crime and drug related complaints.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Naming and Shaming in Western Cape

Ben was on the radio to talk about right of those put in naming and shamming .

AZANIA MOSAKA: Rhino Poaching

Albie was on the radio to talk about reduction in Rhino poaching .

Eusebius McKaiser: DR Schomer: Why do people swear

Eusebius and Dr Schomer spoke about why people sometimes use swear words to express themselves?

Eusebius McKaiser: In conversation With Sizwe Nxasana

Eusebius spoke to the Chairperson of National Student Funding Scheme about the student funding and asked if there is an answer to the student fee crisis

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: DG of Home Affairs responds to asylum seekers plea

DG Home Affairs, Mkuseli Apleni responded to an email we read out on asylum seekers.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. The Historical Abuse Inquiry: Attention turns to children sent from the UK abroad 2. Nero's tax dodge 3. 'Game of Thrones' actor Neil Fingleton dies.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Pope to make trip to South Sudan 2. Morocco to withdraw forces in Western Sahara's Guerguerat standoff 3. Kenya bans state advertising in private media.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Motlanthe on public hearings

Kgalema Motlanthe, Chairperson of the High Level Panel on the assessment of the country's key legislation and former President of SA chairs an independent “high-level panel that will assess the effectiveness of key legislations and laws passed since the dawn of democracy. Countrywide public hearings are currently underway. He spoke to Xolani about their work.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Political Desk

1. ANC distances itself from youth league Gordhan's attacks 2. What Nzimande said about Mbeki's intellectualism.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: PRASA Chairperson speaks about about Letsoalo's dismissal.

The Passenger Rail of South Africa's (PRASA) Board of Control has unanimously agreed to terminate the secondment contract of the Acting Group CEO, Collins Letsoalo from transport department to PRASA with immediate effect, following reports of his 350% pay hike. Xolani spoke to Dr Molefe about this.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Trees make you less stressed.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Dope brands and marketers invited to a room

Relebogile had a chat with Siya Metane - Founder of SlikourOnLife about a new innovative conference and workshop designed to bring urban culture together with big brands and the advertising and marketing industry – to talk to each other and find common purpose. This popular SlikourOnLife digital platform shares information on urban culture and music, features videos and interviews to give substance to the music and musicians who may not have access to traditional platforms, and provides an accessible place for their videos.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: RapidLion 2017 brings exciting thought-provoking films to the younger audience

Relebogile spoke to Eric Miyeni - Director and founder of Rapid Lion about the The South African International Film Festival which will be taking place in march with the introduction of Kindercinema, in partnership with The Nelson Mandela Foundation – aims to bring a taste of top educational films to a younger audience. As RapidLion 2017 also known as The South African International Film Festival approaches it brings with it an abundance of interesting, entertaining and thought-provoking films. Part of the festival, Kindercinema, in partnership with The Nelson Mandela Foundation – aims to bring a taste of top educational films to a younger audience. This year Kindercinema at the RapidLion film festival presents a programme of six films that will be screened on 6 March at 10h00 and on 11 March at 11h30 at the Market Theatre in Newtown.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media: Twitter:#ThaboMbeki | #Unisa | #Moonlight #| #ViolaDavis | #OscarFail| #Prasa

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Novelist Chimamanda Adichie told the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding. (TedTalk Audio) • Single stories that we have heard of that became our truth event though they were incomplete. • Former Thabo Mbeki being inaugurated as the Vice Chancellor of UNISA. • Xenophobic attacks in South Africa • Collin Letsoalo being removed as the CEO of PRASA.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: General process of determining a PRASA CEO’s salary

Former PRASA CEO Lucky Montana clarified the general process of determining a CEO’s salary following the removal of acting CEO Collins Letsoalo for a 350% salary hike.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Minister Peter's needs to answer, SATAWU says.

The South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (SATAWU) will be seeking a meeting with the Minister of Transport "to gain a better understanding of what is happening" at the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa).

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Turmoil in DA's Western Cape

What to make of issues at DA's Western Cape following the resignation of caucus chairperson Rodney Lentit.

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays

Loyiso Bala shares his personal story around money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Books

Bruce plays audio from two books on the film industry... ‘Hollywood Ending’ by Michael Thomsen and ‘To Pixar and Beyond’ by Lawrence Levy.

THE MONEY SHOW: Blue Label and Cell C

JSE-listed Blue Label Telecoms and Cell C have reached a last-minute agreement.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday

Find out which three stock Michael selected.

THE MONEY SHOW: Sasol results

Stephen gave an insight into the group's performance.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market commentary

Denzil gave an update on the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Bidvest results

Bruce talks to the CEO about the group's performance as well as his views on the state of the country.

REDI TLHABI: Discussing the possibility of a cabinet reshuffle

At the weekend, there were reports that anti-Zuma ministers have threatened to resign, if the President makes changes that affect National Treasury. Stephen Grootes takes us through the possibilities of this happening,

REDI TLHABI: Traffic fines in Pretoria and Johannesburg to be scrapped

The North Gauteng High Court ruled that millions of traffic fines issued under the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act since 2008 must be scrapped where authorities did not comply with the act’s conditions. Residents of Johannesburg and Pretoria you may be able to now breath a huge sigh of relief if you have received a fine in the last nine years, as now there’s a strong chance you don’t have to pay.

REDI TLHABI: Is the transmission of HIV a criminal act?

Redi received an email from Nomthandazo Ndlovu last week who was in desperate need of legal assistance. She believes she was intentionally exposed to HIV by a man she had sex with. She also knows that she may not be his first victim. She wants to know if it is possible for her to have some kind of legal recourse in a case like this?

REDI TLHABI: Vaal Dam reaches full capacity

The Vaal Dam reached full capacity this morning, the highest it’s been in six years. Water restrictions are now also expected to be lifted in Gauteng municipalities. The Water and Sanitation Department, however, says it will keep a close eye on the Dam as there’s a possibility that dam levels could decrease in the future. On Sunday, Minister Nomvula Mokonyane opened two sluice gates at the Vaal Dam as water levels reached over 97%.

REDI TLHABI: Former President Thabo Mbeki inaugurated as UNISA Chancellor

Former president Thabo Mbeki has been inaugurated as the chancellor of the University of South Africa (Unisa). He used his acceptance speech to express concern over the recent wave of violence against foreigners in the country. He said that as South Africans we must not forget our fellow Africans and the role they played in the liberation of the country. He also commended student leaders for their activism while condemning the burning down of infrastructure and violence witnessed during community protests.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Booze adverts tempt kids

Dr Goldstien was on the radio to talk about the study on how alcohol adverts influence kids .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Update on the big winners at Oscar Awards 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Nadia Neophytou, on the big winners at the Oscar Awards 2017.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: James Dalton's day in court in Cape Town

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Ilze-Marie Le Roux, about James Dalton's day in court for alleged assault.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Court scraps traffic fines dating back to 2008

Stephen Grootes spoke to chairman of Justice Project SA, Howard Dembovsky, about a court ruling scrapping Joburg and Pretoria traffic fines issued since 2008.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: What to expect after Gauteng rains?

Stephen Grootes spoke to forecaster at SA Weather Services, Wayne Venter, about what we should expect after a full week of rains in Gauteng.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gauteng water restrictions to be lifted

Stephen Grootes spoke to MMC for environment and infrastructure services, Cllr Nico de Jager, about lifting of water restrictions after a good week of rain.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Prasa's Collins Letsoalo holds media briefing

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about Collins Letsoalo's 350% increase salary package as PRASA acting CEO.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SACP speaking on descent of the ANC

Stephen Grootes spoke to political analyst, David Monyae, about SACP on the state of the ANC and concerns regarding radical economic transformation being used for sinister agenda.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Thabo Mbeki inauguration as Unisa Chancellor

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about Thabo Meki's inauguration as Unisa Chancellor today.

Eusebius McKaiser: Family matters: Fathers raising Daughters.

Clinical Psychologist Zama Mbele and Eusebius spoke about the difficulties of raising a daughter when you are a father.

Eusebius McKaiser: Is ilobolo making it hard for people to get married

Eusebius spoke to Culture expert and anthropologist Masilo Lamla and African Studies expert Dr Stephanie Rudwick about ilobolo and how young man are finding it hard to pay the bride-wealth.

Eusebius McKaiser: Is ilobolo making it hard for people to get married

Eusebius spoke to Culture expert and anthropologist Masilo Lamla and African Studies expert Dr Stephanie Rudwick about ilobolo and how young man are finding it hard to pay the bride-wealth.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. The Oscars (did politics surface at the American Academy Awards?). 2. German Hate Crime (disturbing stats about attacks on migrants).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The status on the Vaal Dam and water restrictions

Xolani spoke to Trevor Balzer, Deputy Director-General at the Department of Water and Sanitation about the weekend sluice gates at the Vaal Dam that was opened and water restrictions being lifted.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. New U.N. chief, Antonio Guterres urges Burundi parties including the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza to participate in peace talks. 2. Gambian Ministers say the scale of looting by the autocratic former leader, Yahya Jammeh was much higher than originally thought and that he left country $1bn in debt. 3. Could the next Andres Iniesta be from Nigeria? This as Barcelona FC launches first football academy in Africa in Lagos.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Political Desk

1. Yesterday judge Essa Moosa passed away after a long illness. Tributes pouring in for his contribution to the struggle for a Juan rights culture and access to justice. 2. Ongoing rumours reaching fever pitch on the weekend that a cabinet reshuffle is underway. 3. At the weekend Mpumalanga premier Didi Mabuza blamed the divisions in the in the governing ANC at the doorstep of former President Kgalema Motlanthe.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Green spaces in communities decrease crime.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: SOS Children’s Villages launches its lighthouse project “YouthCan!”

Relebogile had a chat with Stephen Miller, National Director at SOS Children’s Villages about the launch of its lighthouse project “YouthCan!”- a global partnership of civil society and corporates with the ambition to support young people to successfully manage the transition to independent adulthood. YouthCan! is an opportunity for young people who are at risk of losing parental care and who have lost parental care to become ready for the job market and lead successful independent lives.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking a look at what’s in the Star & Pretoria Newspaper today

Relebogile looked at some of the stories making headlines in the star and Pretoria newspapers with Kevin Ritcie

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media: Twitter: #Oscars | #|MMA16 #SACP

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

On the show this morning Aubrey spoke about Xenophobia attacks and the issue of drugs in the country . He asked listeners why we always blame foreigners. Aubrey also asked listeners about what happened at the Metro FM awards.

TALK AT NINE: 89th Academy Awards ceremony

Nadia Neophytou – EWN Hollywood Correspondent, spoke about the 89th Academy Awards ceremony which will be taking place tonight and the possible winners.

TALK AT NINE: Life Esidimeni deaths and Premiere Makhura's statement

Therina Wentzel reflected on Gauteng Premier David Makhura denying his office had any role in the deaths of more than 100 mental health patients who died after they were transferred from Life Esidimeni to unlicensed nongovernmental organisations.

TALK AT NINE: Reflection on Budget 2017

Lumkile Mondi reflected on the 2017 Budget speech by Minister Pravin Gordhan.

TALK AT NINE: Open Line with Karima Brown

• Judge Essa Moosa’s passing. • Xenophobic attacks in Jeppestown. • ANC presidential nomination. • Infighting within the tripartite alliance. • Brian Molefe’s appointment as an MP.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Music Feature

Bongani was on the radio to profile the music of Tumi Mogorosi .