South African rapper Riky Rik just back form the BET Awards in Los Angeles, #FridayStandIn surprise guest, talks African unity
The Redi Tlhabi Show
Redi Tlhabi hosts an interactive show that gives listeners free reign to select topics they wish to discuss. It is often used as a platform to unpack issues raised during the Breakfast Shows.
Redi is an instantly recognisable and well-respected media personality. Apart from her radio show on 702 and CapeTalk, she has also hosted local television news shows and has anchored for international broadcasters like SKY and the BBC. She has presented two of her own TV shows: “Redi” on Mzansi Magic and “South to North”on Al-Jazeera.
Her first book, Endings and Beginnings (Jacana) received popular and critical acclaim and is being turned into a screenplay for a movie.
Fascinated by South Africans and what makes them tick, Redi is passionate about starting conversations and thrives on being part of South Africa’s evolution.
Consummate advocate and activist Kumi Naidoo rocked the #FridayStandIn show, and put the nuclear debate in the spotlight.
Kumi Naidoo hosts a debate on the benefits and disadvantages of SA pursuing nuclear power, as stipulated in the deal with Russia.
International philanthropist Mo Ibrahim in conversation with #FridayStandIn Kumi Naidoo on transforming the African continent.
South African activist for social, economic, gender and environmental justice, Kumi Naidoo is your next #FridayStandIn.
On The Book Show, authors Jenny Crwys-Williams looks at the books by the winners of The Sunday Times Literary Awards.
According to a survey, confidence for a successful career in South Africa is dwindling among the country's high school students,
Dr Shingai Mutambirwa says symptoms of inflammation of the urethra must be evident before medicine is prescribed.
Stanley Manong's book documents his life from a student to becoming an uMkhonto we Sizwe (MK) commander, and life in the camps.