Afternoon Drive with Xolani Gwala

Xolani Gwala gets to the bottom of the day’s top stories, both local and international, on his pacey Afternoon Drive show.

Xolani’s experience spans over 20 years in broadcast journalism gaining him respect among newsmakers and audiences across the country.

He has worked as a reporter, news anchor, producer, and presenter dealing with hard-hitting issues and uses his knowledge to streamline the discussion.

He’s also always ready for a laugh and some fun so you can expect plenty of lighthearted banter and features on afternoon drive.

Follow Xolani on twitter @gwalax or email XG@702.co.za

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No medical aid, no charge at Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital

No medical aid, no charge at Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital

NMCH interim CEO Joe Seoloane says they'll provide services to all children with special conditions regardless of affordability.

Mashaba speaks about 100 days in office and lawlessness hijacking Joburg CBD

Mashaba speaks about 100 days in office and lawlessness hijacking Joburg CBD

Mayor Herman Mashaba says illegal immigrants in the city centre make it difficult for law enforcement agencies to do their work.

 HIV home-testing not final diagnosis - SA AIDS Council

HIV home-testing not final diagnosis - SA AIDS Council

Sanac CEO Dr Fareed Abdullah says that while the test is useful, it is not a confirmatory test, but rather a screening test.

Budding sports announcer Boitumelo Potsane headhunted after impressing on-air

Budding sports announcer Boitumelo Potsane headhunted after impressing on-air

Xolani Gwala finds out how Boitumelo Potsane's life changed since he called in to 702 with his promising sports commentary skills.

Hawks investigating 4 cases related to irregular Prasa expenditure - Themba Godi

Hawks investigating 4 cases related to irregular Prasa expenditure - Themba Godi

Prasa has referred more than 60 inquiries to police related to R13.9 billion irregular expenditure highlighted by the AG's report.

Hard to keep the peace in countries with filthy public toilets  - UL lecturer

Hard to keep the peace in countries with filthy public toilets - UL lecturer

University of Limpopo water and sanitation lecturer, Trevor Mulaudzi, is promoting public toilet hygiene around the world.

Identity theft by foreign nationals a major concern in security industry

Identity theft by foreign nationals a major concern in security industry

Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority says illegal foreign nationals steal SA identities to work as security guards.

South Africa launches world's largest HIV vaccine study in seven years

South Africa launches world's largest HIV vaccine study in seven years

South Africa has launched the largest and most advanced HIV vaccine clinical trial to help prevent HIV infections.

ANC must not target or isolate Zuma's critics within party - SACP

ANC must not target or isolate Zuma's critics within party - SACP

SACP says it is important that the ANC has this discussion about President Jacob Zuma's leadership.