Eusebius McKaiser speaks to Alexander Forbes Research Institute head Anne Cabot-Allethauzer.
Eusebius McKaiser is not only a presenter on 702 every weekday, but also a political analyst, lecturer and writer.
He has a background in moral philosophy, after studying and then going on to lecture in the philosophy department at Rhodes University.
Eusebius has gone on to become a political analyst and writer. His first book, a collection of essays entitled 'A Bantu In My Bathroom' became a best-seller and went on to sell over 10 000 copies in under a year.
His second book, 'Could I vote DA?' was an evaluation of the Democratic Alliances’ chances at the elections.
Before securing the daytime slot on 702, Eusebius anchored Talk At Nine on the station but then went on to work at Power FM. He later re-joined 702 and CapeTalk and now hosts his own show.
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The producer for The Eusebius McKaiser Show is Zain Semaar - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The show is on weekdays on 702 from 9 am to midday.
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