FNB's Eunice Sibiya says SA Human rights Commission reports more than 50% of credit-active consumers have impaired credit records.
The Azania Mosaka Show
Azania Mosaka brings her style and charm to early afternoons.
The Azania Mosaka Show deals mainly with contemporary lifestyle issues.
Azania also has a unique way of tackling burning issues such as university protests and has brought her own take to the ongoing discussions about higher education transformation.
Some of the features on her show include the Masterclass feature, which in line with our stated intention of opening minds, is a class given by an expert in a particular field to enlighten listeners about topics such as mastering mathematics, unpacking The Bible, a closer look at world football governing body FIFA.
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Executive producer of The Colour Purple, Bernard Jay says Oprah wanted SA to be the first country to stage it outside of the USA.
He says he did a great deal of introspection when serving his prison term and says at times it is hard to forgive himself.
Azania chats to young cricketer Lungi Ngidi about the cricket match between India and the Proteas and his accomplishments.
‘We sometimes find parcels coming into the country with items that are not allowed in the country.' - Mark van Rensburg
‘Banks are realising that the barrier to entry is becoming a bit of a problem & causing congestion in the rental space.’ - TT Mbha
MD of Black Box Yavi Madurai explains why you need a break from addictive technology.
Nicol Louw, Technical Editor at CAR Magazine explains autonomous technology in cars and how it works.
Johannesburg Water has alerted residents to taste and odour problems in the city's water supply.