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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Email Azania's producer Jonathan Fairbairn on jonathanf@702.co.za

Podcasts
The Healthy Lifestyle Feature with Azania Mosaka

In this healthy lifestyle feature, Azania Mosaka takes a look at the world of health and wellness.


Aza's Car Feature

In this car feature, Azania Mosaka gets to share her passion for cars with some of 702's motorheads.


Aza's Masterclass

Radio designed to enlighten and enthrall... and it delivers!


Food Feature

In this food feature, Azania Mosaka explores what's cooking in the culinary world.


Friday Profile

Every Friday, Azania Mosaka winds down the week by sharing the life stories of incredible newsmakers.


The Best of Azania Mosaka Show

Azania Mosaka brings her style and charm to early afternoons... Catch the highlights of the Azania Mosaka show.


Good to Know with Wendy Knowler

Consumer journalist, Wendy Knowler shares her expert advice on those things consumers really need insights on.


 

Articles
Grief has taught me so much about myself - Letshego Zulu

Grief has taught me so much about myself - Letshego Zulu

The widow of race driver Gugu Zulu chats to Azania Mosaka about her book 'I Choose to Live: Life after Losing Gugu'

[LISTEN] The effects of normalised crime on children

[LISTEN] The effects of normalised crime on children

Boys & Girls Town CEO Lee Loynes says children who experience violence have fewer neuro-connections in their brains.

[LISTEN] How to avoid falling victim to job scams

[LISTEN] How to avoid falling victim to job scams

Africa Check's Caley Clifford and Naphtali Khumalo share five red flags to watch out for.

Support local, one of us can get something right in your wardrobe - David Tlale

Support local, one of us can get something right in your wardrobe - David Tlale

Fashion designer says before we leave our homes, ask yourself what am I wearing that is made in South Africa and Africa.

[LISTEN] A taste of what you can expect at Buskaid's Johannesburg performance

[LISTEN] A taste of what you can expect at Buskaid's Johannesburg performance

Gauteng audiences will get see the group perform at the Linder Auditorium on 21 July.

[LISTEN] Studying while black: What are some of the barriers to success?

[LISTEN] Studying while black: What are some of the barriers to success?

Dr Alude Mahali details aspects of the study 'Studying While Black: Race, Education and Emancipation in SA Universities'.

Generation.e to embark on historic road trip in SA

Generation.e to embark on historic road trip in SA

The Electric Vehicle Road Trip Africa will make its way to South Africa for the very first time in October.

[LISTEN] What is central to the restorative movement of the Khoena people?

[LISTEN] What is central to the restorative movement of the Khoena people?

Azania Mosaka speaks to convener of the Khoisan6 leadership Conference Dr Leonard Martin.

[WATCH] Wandile Mbambeni on what has influenced his sound

[WATCH] Wandile Mbambeni on what has influenced his sound

The musician joined Azania in studio for this week's #702Unplugged to perform music from his album 'Kwakumnandi'.