Professor Steven Friedman says there is a need for an inquiry into the apartheid-era looting of state despite factional agendas.
Veteran journalist Karima Brown is a presenter on 702 every Sunday night.
She is a seasoned journalist, editor and most recently Chief Content Officer at Independent Media. She strives to use her profession and the media as an instrument for change.
For Karima, it’s about telling stories of the people and giving them a voice.
“It’s about bringing about change and informing people.”
Karima, through her contacts is able to interview the big names and unpack and explore the latest issues making headlines.
Gauteng Premier David Makhura previews his 2017 State of the Province Address.
United States President-elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President in a ceremony in Washington DC on January 20.
Harvard University doctoral fellow, Melusi Nkomo, looks at the role of religious organisations in changing Zimbabwe.
Writer and musician, Danielle Bowler, speaks to Karima Brown about body shaming, weight loss and healthy lifestyle.
Prof Adam Habib says society needs decide if government should spend more money on higher education than other sectors.
As ANC celebrates 105 years, Talk At Nine host Karima Brown looks at the legacy of former ANC and SACP leader, Joe Slovo.
ANC Treasurer General says members should stop throwing names out for leadership succession, and instead focus on building unity.
The South African Communist Party has commemorated the death of struggle veteran Joe Slovo and reflected on the state of SA.