Following speculations on the health of Nigerian President Buhari, Gugs and Sizwe ask why head of states hide when they are sick.
A born entertainer, Sizwe Dhlomo is well known for his work on TV and radio, and is a 702 presenter.
Originally from Durban, Sizwe gave up a career as a computer programmer when he won MTV Base’s talent contest and became the first MTV Base VJ in 2005, during the music channels debut season of its World Chart Express.
His charm and insight into youth culture have seen his star rise rapidly and he has already interviewed massive names in pop culture including Akon, John Legend, Sean Paul, Brickz and 2-Face. In 2010 he was a Digital Host for the 16th Annual South African Music Awards (SAMAs) at Sun City and continues to be a sought after MC and presenter.
Sizwe appeared on SABC1’s LIVE, alongside Bonang Matheba until 2011, and followed this TV success with a transition to radio. He started his radio career on YFM and in 2013 he joined 947. He continues to feature on TV and in 2014 Sizwe was part of an MTV contingency from across the globe that travelled to the VMAs in Scotland.
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702's Gugs and Sizwe chat to UCT sleep researcher about how much time and energy should go into choosing the right bed.
Karina Namhing, Director at Nam Inc analyses the reason insurance companies are reporting high suicide rates in 2016.
Movie Producer and long-standing industry member, Anant Singh speaks to 702's Sizwe Dlomo about the relevance of factual content.
Following a video that's been making the rounds online 702's Gugs and Sizwe ask if airlines are allowed to overbook.
Eight people involved in the killing of three people betwen Leratong and Lenasia, west of Johannesburg.
Chartered accountant Khaya Sithole says the 2004 Financial Charter has been rendered a very useless instrument.
Director for Search Partners International speaks about workplace dynamics and when an employee earns more than their boss.
Ambassador of Haiti to South Africa Jacques Baril describes Haiti's historic relationship with the African continent.