Eyewitness News reporter Kgomotso Modise gives a summary of the proceedings of the sentencing of Collan Rex.
Afternoon Drive with Joanne Joseph
Joanne Joseph is a household name in South Africa, having spent 20 years in the media industry, including a number of years hosting prominent TV news shows on eNCA and the SABC. Joanne will host the Afternoon Drive show.
Joanne’s broadcast career started in radio and she has extensive experience on the airwaves. Joanne has presented several high-profile live broadcasts including the live coverage of Nelson Mandela’s passing broadcast internationally, Thabo Mbeki’s presidential inauguration, Walter Sisulu and Beyers Naudé funerals. She regularly MCs corporate functions in English and French and has produced documentaries for the United Nations Development Programme among others. She has also authored a best-selling book, Drug Muled, Sixteen Years in a Thai Prison; teaches scriptwriting for broadcast and is a sought-after MC.
The Best of Afternoon Drive with Joanne Joseph
Joanne Joseph is a household name having spent 20 years in the media industry, including a number of years hosting prominent TV news shows.
Journeys with Joanne Joseph
Complementing her popular Afternoon Drive radio show on 702, Joanne presents a series of specially produced audio experiences revealing previously unexplored elements behind prominent news stories.
It was revealed that more than half the country’s municipal managers don't have the minimum competency levels to do their jobs.
Journalist at Tiso Blackstar Karyn Maughan gives an update of the North Gauteng High Court proceedings.
Comparative Criminologist Dr Casper Lotter gives his take on the matter.
Eyewitness News reporter Bonga Dlulane gives an update of the Zondo commission into state capture where Nedbank was testifying.
Basic Education spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga spoke to Joanne Joseph on the Afternoon Drive to elaborate.
20 year old Nhlakanipho “Sazi” Ngubo was stabbed to death allegedly by his roommate on Sunday.
CEO of the Post Office Mark Barnes explains that there is a number of factors that have led to a mail backlog.
The power utility has confirmed 10 of its power stations are running low on coal.