REDI TLHABI: Dr Schomer: the difference between ordinary and successful people

Resident Psychologist Dr Schomer spoke to Eusebius about the traits and characteristics that make people successful.

REDI TLHABI: is Baleka Mbete the right presidential candidate?

Eusebius, political analyst Prince Mashele and political analyst Karima Brown spoke about Baleka Mbete's political history and whether she is fit to hold office.

REDI TLHABI: Why do people lie about their qualifications?

Eusebius had a chat with Director of the National Qualifications Framework @dept of Higher education Shirley Lloyd and Director of iFacts about why people feel the need to fake their qualifications.

REDI TLHABI: Why do people lie about their qualifications?

Eusebius had a chat with Director of the National Qualifications Framework @dept of Higher education Shirley Lloyd and Director of iFacts Jenny Reid about why people feel the need to fake their qualifications.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. Donald Trump's NATO Assertion (he's upset a few European allies) 2. The Tunisian Terror Inquest: Questions asked 19 months after the beach attack 3. An Antarctic Evacuation (because of a huge chasm in the ice)

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: AB de Villiers on the Pink Drive

Proteas Batsman, AB De Villiers spoke to to Xolani about his future in Cricket and his Pink drive for the next one day international.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. The latest in Gambia 2. Mixed reactions from Harare as Obama extends sanctions 3. Afcon underway

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mbete responds to claims of her reported run for presidency

Baleka Mbete, ANC Chairwoman and national Assembly Speaker spoke to Xolani about the recent media reports in which it was noted that she was interested in running as the President of the ANC.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Political Desk

1. Former Public Protector addresses Cape Town Press Club 2. New twist in DA’S Middle East trip saga

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Fukushima exclusion zone has conservation benefits

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: GROW financial stability this 2017

Relebogile had an Interview with Wikus Olivier, a debt management expert at Debt Safe about growing your financial stability in 2017. Now is the ideal time to clear your mind and to start thinking about clever ways to do a few things differently this year. One of the most important things to consider is how to find some financial stability. Wikus shared a few practical tips to kick-start your 2017 fiscal journey.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: How to take the strain out of your desk job

Relebogile on the Early Breakfast show this morning had a chat with Janice Korte, Egornomist with office furniture supplier FormFunc about the importance of investing in good office furniture and why not doing so could be harmful for your health. Janice says, As you get back to work in the new year, bear in mind the desk you're chained to. Sitting incorrectly can cause anything from back pain to constipation - and even affect your creativity.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Local Auditions for 2017 Summer Heat Model and Talent Search are at Carnival City

Relebogile had a chat with Gillian Habib, Owner, Director & Event organiser of Summer Heat Model and Talent Search about their Local Auditions for 2017 to be held at Carnival City this month. Carnival City plays host to the Gauteng East Rand auditions for the annual Summer Heat Model and Talent Search on 29 January 2017. This will be the fourth time that Carnival City has provided the stage for this popular national talent search, now in its eighth year East Rand hopefuls can apply by emailing summerheatfamily@gmail.com. Entries will be assessed and will be advised.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: What's trending on social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi Looked at some of the trends on social media. Trending on social Media: #FordKuga | #NationalConsumerCommission | #DateMyFamily | #LockDown

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

• Recalling of Ford Kuga • Mmusi Maimane’s trip to Israel and what the outcry is all about. • Delay in the release of the Esidimeni report • Suggestion for a new soccer coach for Bafana Bafana • Can inequality be achieved?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Bogus colleges bust in Braamfontien

Dr Shaheeda was on the radio to talk about the closure of bogus collages .

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Why It’s Great to Have a Stubborn Child

Dr Cathy was on teh radio to talk about raising stubborn kids and the ability to do well in School and life .

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: After Nine Report

Mablerh Your local gossip news on The After Nine Report.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: NCC on how they deal with cases

Thezi was on the radio to talk about Inlight of the NCC claiming an Employee at the NCC informed of the Ford Kuga issue last year in Dec 08 .We looking at having a chat with the NCC on the access and how they deal with numerous cases from people How long their investigations take .

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays

Adrian talks about his views on money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Book

He reviews a new biography of Donald Trump called Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power, written by reporters Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher.

THE MONEY SHOW: Ford decides on Kuga

Ford explains the recall.

THE MONEY SHOW: Ford decides on Kuga

Ford issued a safety recall for Kuga 1.6.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday

Petri selected Telkom, Anglo American and African Rainbow Minerals.

THE MONEY SHOW: Truworths vs Ackerman

She talked about the battle for "THE LOOK" trademark.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Denzil gave an update for the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: 'Oxfarm is an OxScam'

Leon disagrees with Oxfam.

THE MONEY SHOW: Oxfam on equality

SA’s rich-poor gap is far worse than feared, according to an Oxfam inequality report.

REDI TLHABI: Need for Iraq and South Africa to share security information

Iraqi Ambassador to South Africa Saad Kindeel describes the importance for South Africa to sign a memorandum of understanding with Iraq so the two nations can discuss security information with each other.

REDI TLHABI: Shiraaz Mohamed disappearance

Dr Imtiaz Sooliman shared the latest on the alleged kidnapping of South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed in Syria.

REDI TLHABI: Palestinian Embassy on Maimane's State of Palestine visit

Hassan Aldramy spoke on behalf of the Palestine Embassy in South Africa that it was not informed by the Democratic Alliance (DA) of Mmusi Maimane's visit to occupied State of Palestine territory.

REDI TLHABI: Oxfam's inequality report

Ayabonga Cawe described the issues that need to be addressed to reduce inequality in South Africa.

REDI TLHABI: Vuwani developments

Pelane Phakgadi is reporting on the burning of a school near Vuwani during service delivery protests, and the dropping of public violence charges of 48 residents from Vuwani.

REDI TLHABI: Ipid investigating alleged police cover up

Barry Bateman is reporting on an Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid)investigation of an alleged cover up of several Katlehong police officers, after a video emerged of a police officer shooting his colleague in the head.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA beefing up on counter-terrorism mechanisms

Sumitra Naydoo speaks to Martin Ewi from the Institute for Security Studies about SA's efforts to counter possible terror attacks.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: City of Cape Town rakes in R33 million in water fines

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to Barry Wood from the City of Cape Town about how they will manage water restrictions after collecting R33 million in fines.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Moody's $864 million settlement

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to Thabi Leoka from Argon Asset Management about what the $864 million settlement pay means for the integrity of ratings agencies.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Oxfam releases inequality report

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about the details of the Oxfam inequality report coinciding with the WEF in Davos.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Vehicle recall expected ahead of Ford Kuga announcement

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about a possible vehicle recall ahead of a media briefing by Ford.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC succession debate puts Zuma and Ramphosa on opposing ends

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to political analyst, Ebrahim Fakir, about divergent statements by Jacob Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa regarding ANC succession.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Learners from 30 schools prevented from attending classes

Sumitra Nydoo speaks to EWN reporter, Pelani Phakgadi, about the details surrounding rebuilding Vuwani after schools were burned and vandalised in protests last year.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: DBE responds to ruling about cheating exam scandal

Sumitra Nyddoo speaks to spokesperson for Department of Basic Education, Elijah Mhlanga, about their way forward after court ruling instructed them to release exam results of matric candidates accused of cheating.

REDI TLHABI: Family Matters: the dangers of punitive/authoritarian parenting

Psychologist Jeremy Bayer spoke to Eusebius about the dangers of authoritarian parenting and how it effects the children

REDI TLHABI: Technobyt with Aki

Aki spoke to Eusebius about European government wants to set rules for robots, Facebook warning Germany about fake news before their elections and in 2040 auto insurance business could drop by 80%

REDI TLHABI: In conversation with Lumka Oliphant about her facebook post

Eusebius spoke to spokes to social development spokesperson Lumka Oliphant about her facebook rant

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. A US / UK Trade Deal (Donald Trump praises a post Brexit Britain) 2. Brexit Bravado (some serious posturing over the UK's EU negotiations) 3. A Morse Code Rescue (a quick thinking escape on a beach in England) 4. The New King Of Rwanda (he lives in a little house in Manchester)

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mara Louw pays tribute the late Thandi Klaasen

Yesterday we woke up to the news that Jazz legend Thandi Klaasen had died at age 86 after battling with pancreatic cancer. Mara Louw spoke to Xolani to pay tribute and talk about her memories of Thandi Klaasen.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. US to lift some economic sanctions against Sudan 2. Jammeh issue comes up at Africa-France summit 3. New taxi app books a ride for Ivory Coast middle class

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Eskom sets the record straight on defaulting municipalities

Eskom says it will go ahead with planned interruptions in the electricity supply to 22 municipalities this week unless payments are made and agreed arrangements are concluded on arrear debt balances. The Acting CEO, Matshela Koko spoke to Xolani about the disconnections and set the record straight on nuclear procurement.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Political Desk

1. Baleka Mbete to run for president 2. Dirty tricks in the ANC 3. Zuma stuns Zweli Mkhize in KZN

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Is SA at risk of terror attacks?

Two arrests incidents of men believed to be planning a terror attack in South Africa have sparked concern that SA might be facing an increased risk of terror attacks. Xolani spoke to terror expert, Jasmine Opperman about whether SA is at risk of terror attacks and if we have a counter-terrorist strategy.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Being rude to your doctor can cost lives

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: An NGO dedicated to developing South African unsigned and independent artists to export and showcase their music at international events

Gushwell had a chat with Renneth Tshisikule, Director at Independent Music Exporters South Africa (IMEXSA) about the work they do in developing South African unsigned and independent artists to export and showcase their music at international events. With over 6 years’ experience in bringing SA talent to various markets across the globe, IMEXSA continues to play a major role in ensuring that independent artists from South Africa get the export exposure and also international markets penetration that they so direly need.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking a look at what’s in the Star & Pretoria Newspaper today

Kevin Ritchie of the Star & Pretoria news looked at some of the stories making headlines. -ANC Race Heats UP – Gwede, Zweli & Cyril enter the Fray -Thandi Klaasen “a role model to many” -Rain, Rain, Come again – People again urged to use water sparingly as drought is by no means over -Agreement Sealed to target Joburg’s criminals

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: #OperationRehab aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa

Gushwell was joined in studio by Dharmesh Nagar - Strategy Director at Media Revolution about #OperationRehab which aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa. #OperationRehab aims to revolutionise the delivery of health care and education to disabled people in Africa by offering free or heavily subsidised medical treatment, rehabilitation, education and skills development to thousands of disabled Africans over the next few years, starting in South Africa. #OperationRehab is modelled on the stellar work of the Disable Welfare Trust of India in India’s Gujarat State. For more info visit: www.mediarevolution.co.za/

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on twitter. He also shared the results of the morning Poll. Trending Topics:#ThandiKlaasen | #ReleaseShiraazMohamed EarlyBreakfast Poll -Do you think the world would be a better place if the work week started on a Tuesday as oppose to a Monday? Results: 149 votes | 48% voted Yes| 52 % voted No

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

Minister of Basic Education said South Africans don’t read enough. Aubrey asked listeners what is it that people should be reading and what is the value of what people read. Aubrey also touched on the issue of ABSA. He also touched on student protests over bursary funds.

TALK AT NINE: 45th U S President - Donald Trump

Jonathan Faull,independent political and public policy analyst, spoke about Donald Trump being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States and what his presidency would be like.

TALK AT NINE: Struggle for morality in Zimbabwe

Melusi Nkomo spoke about the struggle for moral authority in Zimbabwe.

TALK AT NINE: Body shaming

Danielle Bowler spoke about being kind to our bodies when thin is the dominant message.

TALK AT NINE: Gauteng related issues

Gauteng Premier, David Makhura unpacked issues relating to the Open Tender system, economic challenges in the province and quality of education system.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Personal finance

Paul was on the radio to talk about the ways to deal with Januworry.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Spiritual Wellness & Motivation feature

Ingredients to accelerate further away from the opposition. Most of us are inches from victory , often without realizing it. These inches make the difference between surviving and thriving particularly in these volatile and uncertain times

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Weekend Profile interview

Sello was on the radio to talk about his acting career .

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Travel Feature

Anje was on the radio to talk about Small town road trip in the Eastern Cape so how about talking about “Small Town Travel”?

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Focus on Africa: Westren Sahara

Centre of the debates at the AU summit later this month (22-31st). So we can either discuss it this Sunday (with president's visit to SA as a hook), and Sunday 22nd, and explain that Morocco now wants to come back to the AU, but under the condition that Western Sahara gets expelled SA backs Western Sahara independence at talks South African President Jacob Zuma on Friday held talks in Pretoria with the leader of Western Sahara's Polisario Front independence movement, in a show of support for the territory's struggle against Morocco. Brahim Ghali was making his first visit to South Africa -- a long-time ally of Western Sahara -- since he was elected in July. Morocco insists the sparsely-populated desert region is an integral part of the kingdom, despite UN resolutions to hold a referendum on self-determination.It is unfathomable that Western Sahara. still remains colonised,Zuma said. We remain committed to continue to walk with the people of Western Sahara until you are free to live in your own land and able to determine your own future.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Nature Diary

NDo our snakes hibernate in winter and what anti-venom should we carry in our firstaid kits? Why the big who-ha about venom vs poison? How should we catch snakes if we find them in homes etc?and as for the side stabbing stiletto and no its not a knife! Could we ever see anything more than birds in our gardens as urban wildlife? Do you know the origin of the Pilanesberg Elephants and the dramas that unfolded Decision to populate the reserve with ellies Enter young ellies. From where? Enter Awala and Odega. Why and from where Ellies and Hippo don’t seem to always get along (not much gets along with a hippo).. injured ellie and a story of rememberance. Ellies misbehave and hate rhino..who are short-sighted and don’t run away. All boys without a strong male influence. Human lesson? In fact we say people behave like animals but do they? Solved in a very natural, yet unique way.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Mr Active

How much Sun can you expose your kids too? While there are dangers to absorbing sun rays, it is also important that kids do get sun exposure and the Vitamin D that comes with it. We always encourage them to get out and be active. Sun awareness forms a big part of that.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Weather Forecast

Weather Forecast

SUNDAY EARLY: Young people doing great things

Que spoke to Rekopile about her clothing brand Petaphoric, specialising in selling high end/vintage clothing to students.Rekopile started her own business when she was doing her second year at Wits University studying communication.

SUNDAY EARLY: Sexism and gender based violence

Gushwell spoke to Jeremy about the physical and sexual abuse of girls. Sexism is predicated upon the notion that biological sex divides men and women into distinct, separate and hierarchically-ordered groups.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Introducing astronomy to young people

Wasanga spoke to Sydney about a team of young, vibrant astronomers and lovers of astronomy. Five Star Sky is a wonderful initiative that teaches learners and their parents about astronomy in a fun and interactive way.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: ways to keep your child healthy at daycare and Primary school

Health Feature Plot: ways to keep your child healthy at daycare and Primary school Boost immunity. Experts agree that a healthy diet high in fruits, vegetables, and iron-rich foods as well as plenty of sleep are key to a strong immune system. Insist on clean hands. “Hand hygiene is the number one way to reduce the spread of illness,” according to Dr. Danette Glassy, a pediatrician and chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Early Education and Child Care. Advocate for vaccines. Your daycare probably required your child’s immunization record before he could attend, yet many don’t follow up with parents to make sure subsequent vaccines are up to date. Ask about regulations, standards, and more. Daycare and Primary facilities are required to adhere to licensing regulations yet it varies by state. If your daycare is accredited by a national professional organization, they may have standards that include health and safety practices that go above and beyond state regulations.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Car Review

Latest on Car reviews Audi S3 .

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week BLONDE POISON 10th January – 4th February 2017 A new play by Gail Louw starring FIONA RAMSAY and directed by JANNA RAMOS-VIOLANTE BLONDE POISON reunites the exciting and creative talents of multi-award winning actress, Fiona Ramsay and director Janna Ramos-Violante, in a play about beauty, treachery and the high price of survival. Fiona plays Stella Goldschlag, who lives illegally in war-torn Berlin. When offered the chance of saving herself and her family from the death camps, she becomes a “greifer” or “catcher” for the Gestapo, giving information on Jews in hiding. She was dubbed the Marilyn Monroe of Berlin and awarded the alias, BLONDE POlSON by the Nazis, as she embroiled herself in the murky word of espionage. Playwright Gail Louw, is a former South African now living in the UK

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Parenting Feature with Nikki Bush

Parenting Feature with Nikki Bush Topic: 10 mins Parenting topic of the week 5 mins Toy Talk feature of the week My proposal for this week: Parenting topic: Parenting New Year’s resolutions for 2017 - Strive to bring up independent children (this is a major issue today) o We must stop doing too much for our children o We must start passing on the baton of responsibility to them - Link to an up and coming public talk I am giving called Let Go and Let Grow 4 and 6 February o Listeners can book we will give out the details Toy Toy feature: - Two maths games because maths literacy is such an issue in our country: o iCount train puzzle for preschoolers o Rallye for 6 & up -

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Latest in Politics

Succession - it's likely to be the main political tune for the year. ANCWL jumped the gun ahead of the Jan 8 statement, naming Nkosazana - when the NEC's statement itself was saying you can't do this. Also, Zuma is weighing in - saying ANC's ready for a woman president (so long as you keep it in the family - Baleka Mbete reportedly furious). Zuma also saying it's NOT tradition that ANC DP automatically becomes Pres (which is also funny because when Zuma was ANC DP it was a very firmly held tradition...) The New Age published a Cyril slate - dismissed as mischievous - and nobody seems to be listening to Gwede at all... We're going to have a whole year of this, so brace. Then to the SABC soapie of all soapies - the parly inquiry into the SABC board that resumed this week, with former chairs Dr Ben Ngubane and ellen Tshabalala starring. Ngubane came across as prickly and defensive and very down on Thuli's reports, including the state capture one (he's now Eskom board chair and Brian Molefe's resigned, so...) Ngubane had interesting things to say about Hlaudi's ability to get things done & SAVE money & stop graft - there was a story about 20 Mercedes the news division bought for Mpumalanga Uncle Ben wanted results and Hlaudi delivered them so no certificates didn't matter at all. Ellen, who Unisa also says lacked the qualifications she claimed, though she blames her resigning on a negtaive press, was grilled about helping ensure Hlaudi got the COO post in spite of the PP's report hanging. Like Ben, she thinks some parts were true but that some were lies. Ngubane talked about factions: you cross them, and they finish you off... But he denied any political interference in the SABC, while Ellen insisted there was a lot. Frrom the SACP, ANC and DA, but she wasn't giving any names

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Mr Active

Health Feature Plot: ways to keep your child healthy at daycare and Primary school Boost immunity. Experts agree that a healthy diet high in fruits, vegetables, and iron-rich foods as well as plenty of sleep are key to a strong immune system. Insist on clean hands. “Hand hygiene is the number one way to reduce the spread of illness,” according to Dr. Danette Glassy, a pediatrician and chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Early Education and Child Care. Advocate for vaccines. Your daycare probably required your child’s immunization record before he could attend, yet many don’t follow up with parents to make sure subsequent vaccines are up to date. Ask about regulations, standards, and more. Daycare and Primary facilities are required to adhere to licensing regulations yet it varies by state. If your daycare is accredited by a national professional organization, they may have standards that include health and safety practices that go above and beyond state regulations.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Weather

Latest Weather .

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Job Placement for People with Disabilities

Gushwell spoke to Ntsoaki about the job opportunities available for people with disabilities. Beyond Ability Talent Solutions is a self-sustaining recruitment agency for the physically disabled.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South African Doing great things with Farai Mubaiwa

Farai Mubaiwa for South Africans doing great things, she was one of the 3 S. Africans to receive the 2017 Queen’s Young Leaders Award, we find out more about this young activist.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The ban of burka and niqab

Khadija Bawa and Prof Bonita Meyersfeld, discussed how women feel about the ban of burka and niqab, spoke about whether they think that Islamophobia is targeting women.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Bruce plays the brutal biz quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Best Bits of the Money Show

Bruce goes the best highlights of the week.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

David analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Zapiro partners with Nando's

Zapiro discusses his new partnership with Nando's and the Daily Maverick.

THE MONEY SHOW: President Zuma not going to WEF

Martyn discusses the significance of deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa leading an SA delegation to the World Economic Forum instead of President Zuma.

REDI TLHABI:

Advocate Paul Hoffman reflected on reports of a leaked preliminary report from the Public Protector’s office which recommends that Absa pay 2.25 billion rand to the fiscus for an unlawful bank bailout between the years 1985 to 1995.

REDI TLHABI: New bill to extend UIF benefits

Teboho Maruping spoke about the Unemployment Insurance Amendment Act which extends several unemployment insurance fund benefits.

REDI TLHABI: DA on Maimane's Israel visit

Mabine Seabe explained the basis of DA leader Mmusi Maimane's visit to Israel.

REDI TLHABI: SABC Inquiry

Gaye Davis provided an update on proceedings at the SABC Inquiry in Parliament.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature: Post Travel Blues

What is Post Travel Blues: Feeling sad, disappointed, it can be called vacation hangover. These feelings may be caused by going back to work, going back to your routine etc.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Shower Beer

Shower Beer, Shower Beer is a beer that you can drink while taking a shower. This beer is perfectly optimized for glorious shower drinking.

AZANIA MOSAKA: A Taste of South Africa with Matt Tebbutt

Azania spoke to British Chef & TV Food presenter Matt Tebbutt, about “A Taste of South Africa” where he will peel back the history of South African cuisine from its historic beginnings up until today, speaking to, cooking with, locals and uncovering fascinating food stories.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Flo Letoaba

• Lumka Oliphant’s rant. • Who you pay good money for to be your valentine? • ANC’s succession debate. • Mmusi Maimane’s trip to Israel.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Hashim Alma does 100 on 100

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Mark Lewis, about Hashin Amla's 100th century on his 100th test match.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ex-MI6 spy named in Trump dossier

Ray White speaks to UK correspondent, Gavin Grey, about the ex-MI6 agent named in the Trump dossier on Russia hacking.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Hooters introduces angel shots to protect women clients

Ray White speaks to Hooters waitress about how introducing angel shots has affected customer experience positively.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Hooters introduces angel shots to protect women clients

Ray White speaks to Hooters SA marketing manager, Roger Mason, about introducing angel shots to protect female clients from dangerous situations while on their premises.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ford Kuga PR lesson

Ray White speaks to CEO of Ditshego Media, Tebogo Ditshego, about how the burning Ford Kuga vehicles have strained client relations.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Miners at Harmony Gold stage an underground sit-in

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about the Harmony Gold miners' demand to have their bonuses paid.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mcebo Dlamini judgement laid down

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Masa Kekana, about the South Gauteng High Court judgement on #FeesMustfall leader Mcebo Dlamini.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: President Zuma hints at Dlamini-Zuma taking ANC reigns

Ray White speaks to political analyst, Dr Sethulego Matebesi, about the talk of Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma taking the reigns at the ANC.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Parliamentary inquiry into SABC affairs

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Gaye Davis, about developments of the SABC inquiry by Parliament as it resumed on Friday.

REDI TLHABI: Talking Sex with Dr Eve: South Africa’s love for porn

Eusebius and resident sexologist Dr Eve spoke about the new Pornhub study that shows that South Africa has the 20th highest number of viewers in the world.

REDI TLHABI: ABSA is told to Payback the apartheid money:

Eusebius spoke to Mail and Guardian reporter Athandiwe Saba about the article that speaks about the fact that ABSA may be forced to pay an apartheid-era bailout.

REDI TLHABI: The Naked Scientist

The Naked scientist spoke to Eusebius about the world's smallest and thinnest Knot, Eusebius then opened the line for the listeners to ask Science related questions.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. A Spy In Hiding (a vanishing act by the ex MI6 agent behind the Trump dossier) 2. Troops Into Poland (a huge flexing of NATO muscle in Russia's direction) 3. Goodbye Graham Taylor (a loveable ex England soccer coach has died)

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Maake ka Ncube invokes the spirit of Can Themba

Sello Maake ka Ncube,Veteran Actor spoke to Xolani about 'House of Truth', showing at the Market Theatre.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Nigeria's house of representatives votes to offer asylum to Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh if he steps down 2. The UN peacekeeping chief warns that the DRC elections could be delayed 3. In Health news: Mali eradicates the guinea worm seen as a major global milestone

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Why South Africa outsources the printing of bank notes

Governor of the Reserve Bank, Lesetja Kganyago spoke to Xolani to explain why SA outsources its banknotes.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Government officials' code of conduct

Special advisor to the Minister of Public Service and Administration, Advocate Mahlodi Moufhe, spoke to Xolani about the need for government officials to abide by a code of conduct - in light of the remarks by Lumka Oliphant.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Playful adults have less stress

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: how to prepare young people for a future that we can’t predict

Gushwell Brooks on the Early Breakfast show this morning spoke David Silva- Subject Matter expert in child and youth development at Afrika Tikkun about how to prepare young people for a future that we can’t predict. He highlighted that Early childhood development is critical in raising future leaders

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news that made headlines this week

Early Breakfast's Regular Entertainment contributor Kay Selisho shared a few of the entertainment stories that made headlines this week. Entertainment news that made headlines this week: 1.The First Look at Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson Is Seriously WTF 2.Jamie Foxx attacked at a restaurant 3.There was a DVD of Sfiso Ncwane's funeral doing the rounds 4.Tennis pro, Serena Williams is reportedly engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer of the Early Breakfast show shared some of the trends that people are talking about on Twitter Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #FridayThe13th | #Phahlane| #SAPSFestive #LumkaOliphant EarlyBreakfast Poll Today is #FridayThe13th. Do you really believe that Friday the 13th is day of bad luck? Results: 143 votes | 11% voted Yes| 89 % voted No

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Early childhood development and how it plays out in the workplace

Prof Osman looked at how Early childhood development should be implemented and also on how it plays out in the workplace.

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus - Planning

How do you and should you even bother to set goals in an ever changing world of business. Many of us a ‘smarting’ and bruised from 2016 where the rate of change and ongoing uncertainty felt like it unfolded all our efforts on an ongoing basis. Pavlo talks about how people can, through planning and effective goal setting, avoid a repeat of last year’s experiences in growing our businesses in 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance

Warren gives personal finance advise to listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money Show FAQs - How can i buy S&P 500?

Simon tells listeners how they can invest in US markets.

THE MONEY SHOW: Victims of FNB robberies embark on own investigation

Kelly discusses steps taken by FNB robberies' victims against what they call negligence.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graeme analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graeme analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Electricity crisis hit Astral Foods

Chris talks about how power issues at the Lekwa Local Municipality could be "a catastrophe" for Astral's largest feed milling and poultry processing operations.

REDI TLHABI: Festive crime policing analysis

Eldred de Klerk analysed the impact of increased policing on crime over the past festive season period.

REDI TLHABI: Crime reduction of festive season

Lieutenant-General Khomotso Phahlane describes how increased and intensified policing resulted in reduced crime over the past festive season period.

REDI TLHABI: The legality of fake news websites

William Bird speaks about the legality of reporting on fake news.

REDI TLHABI: Netcare job scam warning

Peter Warrener warned of job scams using the Netcare name.

REDI TLHABI: The fake news problem

Bronwyn Nortje describes the problems caused by fake news websites.

AZANIA MOSAKA: The House of Truth

The House of Truth is a rejoinder to Can Themba’s “The Suit”. The play is laced with wit, humor and a deep sense of irony it reveals the circumstances that inspired some of Themba's most intriguing works and covers some profound aspects of his life that are rarely written about.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Distracted Driving in SA

Distracted driving is any activity that could divert a person's attention away from driving. The most common are using your mobile while driving, eating, adjusting the radio controls just to name a few.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trump news briefing on Wednesday

Ray White speaks to US foreign policy expert, Brooks Spector, about how Donald Trump's news briefing unfolded on Wednesday.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Another Ford Kuga burns

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Gia Nicolaides, about another Ford Kuga vehicle going up in flames in Johannesburg.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gauteng residents urged to remain prudent with water use

Ray White speaks to spokesperson for the department of water and sanitation, Sputnik Ratau, about the need for dam levels to reach 70%.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Possible downgrade from S&P for SA

Ray White speaks to financial adviser at Galileo Capital, Warren Ingram, about a possible downgrade for SA this year.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANCWL comments on SAA merger

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about ANC Women's League comments on their thoughts on the SAA merger.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gwede Mantashe's comments on ANC succession

Ray White speaks to political analyst, Professor Sipho Seepe, about the nature of competition within the ANC in the battle for succession.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Blade Nzimande brief on SA university readiness for 2017 academic year

Ray White speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the briefing sharing details on the country's university readiness for the 2017 academic year.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Parents warned against gathering at schools

Ray White speaks to Gauteng education spokesperson, Oupa Bodibe, about how parents should approach the process of placement at schools.

REDI TLHABI: SA economic outlook for 2017

Eusebius spoke to Co-owner of Nascence Advisory Xhati Payi about slow South African economy growth and what causes it.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. Donald Trump Tantrums (over claims that originated from a British agent). 2. The Prince Of Playboy (Victor Lownes has died at the age of 88). 3. Porky Passengers (a weighty idea for passenger airlines).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Tips for healthy and tasty school lunchboxes

Mogau Seshoene, Founder of the Lazy Makoti spoke to Xolani to give listeners the latest tips and trends for school lunchboxes.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1.Clashes between South Sudan's army and rebels left at least 80 people dead over the past week, as civil war in the oil-rich country rages for a fourth year and renewed calls for talks. 2. Djibouti-Ethiopia Railway Inaugurated - The railway track links the capital of Ethiopia, Addis Abeba to the port of Djibouti - covering thousands of kilometres. 3. Growing controversy in Morocco over the reported banning of all production and sale of burqas

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The effects of drought in South Africa and forecast

Dr Joel Botai spoke to Xolani about the effects of the drought in South Africa. El Nina is weakening. We are moving to a neutral state and we need 3 months of consecutive rain to assist.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Political Desk

1. Guptas failed to sell shares in their business as promised 2. Mantashe on succession planning for SA’s top post

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mayor Msimanga speaks out on Tshwane

Tshwane Mayor, Solly Msimanga spoke to Xolani to defend his trip to Taiwan, claiming it was business and was paid by the Taiwanese government.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Early hominids were right handed

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: New Year, new career? Five steps to success

The start of a New Year brings with it fresh beginnings, making it one of the most popular times of the year to look for a new job. With school leavers, recent graduates and people who have made a career change their New Year’s resolution job-hunting, recruiters are always kept busy during January. Heidi Duvenage, Head of Sage Talent Solutions shared a few ways that you can stand out if you’re looking for a new career

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja:

Activate Men ZA is of the view that South Africa is in dire need of good young men and women who consistently seek to build the nation by dismantling the stereotypes built around young men and women. Project Co-Ordinator, Themba Mzima told Relebogile more about Activate Men ZA and the ‘A Business Men Forum that they will be launching in February

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Rooibos Tea Could Mitigate Negative Effects of Heavy Boozing Over The Holidays

After consuming copious amounts of alcohol during the festive season, it might do the majority of the population good, if South Africans resolve to follow the recent trend in the UK, where an increasing number of Brits have swapped booze for healthier beverage options, such as tea, for an entire month. This is known as ‘Dry January’ Relebogile Spoke to Director of the SA Rooibos Council Ernest du Toit to find out why Rooibos tea is a good replacement for booze this January

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer shared some of the trending stories on social media with Relebogile. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #PapaPennyAhee| #BackToSchool | # #WhenGodSeasonedMyLife

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Showdown over SA fuel regulations

The department of energy stands accused of putting South Africans' lives at risk by not meeting global standards for clean fuel‚ leading to pollution and health hazards‚ and of sabotaging the competitiveness of the country's car manufacturing industry.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Money Matters on inefficiencies around Enterprise Development

Money Matters on inefficiencies around Enterprise Development, are we getting it wrong and what is the role of venture capitalist in this space.

REDI TLHABI: Back to school reflection

MEC Panyaza Lesufi reviews the first day of school in Gauteng.

REDI TLHABI: Car licensing fraud in SA

Captain Ndivhuwo Mulamu described what the Hawks are doing to clamp down on car licensing fraud in the country.

REDI TLHABI: Car licensing corruption in Joburg

Executive Mayor Herman Mashaba described efforts to combat car licensing fraud in the city.

REDI TLHABI: SA could be net exporter of maize again

Wandile Sihlobo described why South Africa could be a net exporter of maize once again, after a period of severe drought left the industry dry.

REDI TLHABI: Back to school

Thando Kubheka reported on the first day of school at Braamfischerville Primary School.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass: Bitcoin

Francois spoke about the birth of the Bitcoin, the effectiveness of the Bitcoin in the trading market, where and how one can spend the Bitcoin. What is Bitcoin? Internet currency not subject to the fees and permissions of 3rd party intermediaries. It is the digital equivalent of cash online, a system that lets participants send value to anyone else with a Bitcoin address the same way you might send an email. Francois answered questions about the Bitcoin such as: Is it safe to invest in Bitcoins?, How can one trade Bitcoins? Bitcoin began to mature as a digital payment system , though its use limited by the aspirations of early adopters.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Eating insects has long made sense in Africa, The world must catch up

Dr. Saliou said eating insects is as old as humankind, they contain much-needed protein for humans. Dr. Saliou said the most common insects eaten in Africa are caterpillars, termites, locusts, grasshoppers, crickets, ants and bees, bugs and beetles. Dominant insect eating countries are the DRC, Central African Republic, Cameroon, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Nigeria and South Africa.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Obama delivers moving farewell speech

Stephen Grootes speaks to former US diplomat, Millard Arnold, about the end of an era with Barack Obama's farewell speech.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Decolonisation school at UNISA

Stephen Grootes speaks to Professor Puleng Segalo about the decolonisation school commencing at UNISA.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Minister Dipuo Peters ups the ante against drunk driving offenders

Stephen Grootes speaks to spokesperson for the Department of Transport, Ishmail Mnisi, about plans to re-classify drunk driving as a schedule 5 offence.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ashburton Investments on DAVOS

Stephen Grootes talks to Mark Appleton from Ashburton Investments about all things relating to World Economic Forum's Davos meeting.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Rescue team fights Paarl fires

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Natalie Malgas, about the fires which have ravaged parts of Paarl.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Durban churches object to Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill

Stephen Grootes speaks to Pastor Lazarus Pillay about the Durban churches that are objecting to the Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MEC Panyaza Lesufi goes to court over language policy

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the court interdict from a school refusing to admit more pupils.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: 40 000 pupils without schools in Gauteng

Stephen Grootes speaks to Gauteng education department spokesperson, Oupa Bodipe, about progress regarding placing pupils without schools as yet.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Angie Motshekga and Cyril Ramaphosa visit Parys school

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about Cyril Ramaphosa and Angie Motshekga's visit to a Parys school as the 2017 academic year begins.

REDI TLHABI: Entrepreneurs Corner: How to rescue your Small Business

Eusebius and Executive Business coach / Motivational Speaker Dawn Klatzko discussed ways on how entrepreneurs could save their failing small business, Eusebius then opened the line of the entrepreneurs to call in and get advice from Dawn on how to save their business.

REDI TLHABI: how to have productive disagreements in public discourse

Eusebius had a discussion with Lectures critical of thinkingðics in the School of Management Studies, Jaques Rousseau about how you can have a proactive discussion in public without insulting the person you speaking to.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. Donald Trump's Missing Celebrities (as more stars refuse to sing for him) 2. World Cup Expansion (a decision in Zurich means 16 more matches) 3. Teach Them To Queue (a 'novel' idea to integrate immigrants into the UK)

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Turning waste to design gems

Founder of Le2 Designs, Given Nkuna spoke to Xolani about educating youth on converting waste material to design.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Gambia's Supreme Court says it is unable to hear President Yahya Jammeh's petition seeking to annul last month's election until May 2. U.N. chief urges the Security Council to act more to prevent war amidst ongoing war 3. World Food Programme launches innovative cash assistance programme in Darfur

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Reflections on Obama's foreign policy legacy

Political analyst, Dr David Monyae discusses the farewell speech of President Barrack Obama.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Political Desk

1. Collen Maine says ANCYL will back someone able to lead a second revolution 2. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma in fight against patriarchy.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Status on school placements

Panyaza Lesufi, MEC of Gauteng Education spoke to Xolani about school placements and the unveiling of a new primary school in Braamfisherville.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Smoking costs the world a trillion dollars a year.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: How to manage transitions in life and in 2017

Change inevitably brings uncertainty; whether you progress from primary school to high school, from high school to college, Technicon or university, and then on to the workplace. Relebogile spoke to Megan Hosking, a psychiatric intake clinician at Akeso Psychiatric Clinic Group who shared a tips on how to effectively manage any kind of change or transitions in life and in 2017

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking a look at stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper

Relebogile spoke to Dianne Hawker from the Times newspaper about some of the stories making headlines in today's paper

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Flo Letoaba

• ANCWL and ANCYL on the succession debate in the ANC • President Barack Obama to give his last speech today. • Virgin testing bursaries in KZN • Are we ready for a woman to lead South Africa?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Ford Kuga's catching fire

Flo spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist for Times Media, talking about the Ford Kuga catching fire and how Ford is handling the issue.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: ANCYL "We want a 2nd revolution"

Collen Maine says that they want the next ANC President to bring about a 'second revolution', Mlondi explained what the ANCYL mean by that?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: 48 teams in the 2026 World Cup

What does 48 teams in in the Fifa World Cup mean for the football world and who really benefits from this decision.

THE MONEY SHOW: The Science of the Gap cover and hospital plans

After four years of consultation, Treasury gazetted final demarcation regulations in late December, ending years of uncertainty on the future of gap cover, hospital cash plans and primary healthcare policies. Panesh discuses the importance of these changes.

THE MONEY SHOW: Africa Business Report

1. Zimbabwe – economic crisis continues to bite – Visa cards no longer to be used in Zim; travellers warned off spending cash and getting change in bond notes. Meanwhile, Mugabe’s travel bill sits at $36m while officials in Harare battle to raise $250 000 to fight a typhoid outbreak. Mugabe in China as part of a month long holiday abroad. 2. New hope for Ghana as president sworn in at the weekend. Makes the right noises and promises to cut taxes but let’s not forget Ghana is still implementing a strict IMF austerity plan to improve its fiscal position 3. Niger Delta Avengers back in business, threatening the wholesale obstruction of Nigeria’s oil production in 2017 as talks falter with government. Meanwhile, oil has been found in Borno state - heartland of Boko Haram

THE MONEY SHOW: Ad Feature - Heroes and Zeros

Hero: Campaign by Child Safe, supported by Woolworths - TV commercials about kids look at things differently. Zero: Trying to predict trends for the new year, and getting it wrong.

THE MONEY SHOW: Leadership changes at Yahoo!

Toby talks about Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer decision to step down and the significance of Facebook moving in to video revenue.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Wayne analyses the market and top stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Obama's economic legacy

On the eve of Obama's farewell, Paul unpacks his economic legacy.

REDI TLHABI: Transport Minister on road fatalities

Transport Minister Dipuo Peters described government's concerns following the release of road fatalities statistics in the country over the festive season.

REDI TLHABI: ANC Stalwarts on January 8 statement

Dr Sydney Mufamadi shared the ANC Stalwarts' response to the party's January 8 statement.

REDI TLHABI: Eskom on defaulting municipalities

Matshela Koko described how Eskom plans to recover billions of rands owed to the utility by municipalities.

REDI TLHABI: Sanco calls for tougher stance on defaulting municipalities

Jabu Mahlangu explains Sanco's position that the Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Department (Cogta) should place municipalities which owe Eskom billions under administration.

AZANIA MOSAKA:

Liquor licensing GDE application system Reasons for road fatalities on South African roads: Corrupt officials taking bribes for issuing licenses : Drinking and Driving : Vehicles not being road worthy and the negligence of road users

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Legalise dagga goes to court

Stephen Grootes speaks to Julian Stobbs about legal bid to legalise dagga.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gambia communication minister resigns

Stephen Grootes speaks to Daily Maverick Africa correspondent, Simon Allison, about the resignation of Gambia's communication minister.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: UJ student registration kicks off

Stephen Grootes spoke to UJ strategic communication senior manager, Kaamini Reddy, regarding the processes underway on campus for registrations.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: NSFAS on funding for social grant beneficiaries

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the announcement on higher education funding for social grant beneficiaries.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gauteng learners without schools for 2017

Stephen Grootes spoke to EWN reporter, Thando Kubheka, about the 58 000 learners who have not found placement at schools for 2017 academic year.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: House prices in SA decline

Stephen Grootes speaks to FNB property economist, John Loos, about the decline in housing prices across the country.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Man-made molecule to cure skin cancer

Stephen Grootes speaks to medical oncologist, Dr Devan Moodley, regarding the man-made molecule developed to cure skin cancer.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: The maiden bursary continues

Stephen Grootes speaks to spokesperson of the Commission of Gender Equality, Jabu Baloyi, about developments around the maiden bursary. The Commission ruled that the bursary was discriminatory.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC stalwarts meeting

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Clement Manyathela, about the meeting of ANC stalwarts following the January 8 statement.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Response to road death figures

Stephen Grootes speaks to Arrive Alive spokesperson, Johan Joncke, regarding their response towards SA road fataly figures.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Road accident death figures

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Ziyanda Ngcobo, about details of the press briefing on road fatalities over the festive season.

REDI TLHABI: The Virgin Bursary continues

Eusebius spoke to the Founder of Nomkhubulwane Dr. Nomagugu Ngobese and Spokesperson of the gender equity commission about the fact that the bursary which is rewarded to female virgins is still going through even though the gender Commission investigated and made the recommendation against it.

REDI TLHABI: The Virgin Bursary continues

Eusebius spoke to the Founder of Nomkhubulwane Dr. Nomagugu Ngobese and Spokesperson of the gender equity commission Jabu Baloyi about the fact that the bursary which is rewarded to female virgins is still going through even though the gender Commission investigated and made the recommendation against it.

REDI TLHABI: Dr Schomer: Proactive ways to prevent burnout

Resident Psychologist Dr Schomer spoke to Eusebius about what are the best ways to prevent burnout during the new year.

REDI TLHABI: The Basic Education Crisis

Eusebius had a discussion with Education Economist Dr Nic Spaull, Director General of the department of basic Education Mathanzima Mweli and General Secretary of Equal Education Tshepo Motsepe about the basic education crisis and how do we fix it.

REDI TLHABI: The Basic Education Crisis

Eusebius had a discussion with Education Economist Dr Nic Spaull, Director General of the department of basic Education Mathanzima Mweli and General Secretary of Equal Education Tshepo Motsepe about the basic education crisis and how do we fix it.

REDI TLHABI: The Basic Education Crisis

Eusebius had a discussion with Education Economist Dr Nic Spaull, Director General of the department of basic Education Mathanzima Mweli and General Secretary of Equal Education Tshepo Motsepe about the basic education crisis and how do we fix it.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. More deaths from Europe's arctic blast 2. Arrests in France over the Kardashian robbery 3 months ago 3. Fundraising for the Polish driver killed in the Berlin attack 4. The Cost Of Co-workers

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Brics Report: Russia

1. Obama warns Trump to trust US intelligence over Putin who he calls an ‘adversary’ 2. Russian President orders lending rate to be cut for Russian regions 3. Russia says it's fully committed to strengthening ties with India

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

1. West African heads on Jammeh stepping down 2. Chad war criminal Hissene Habre’s lawyers appeal against his life sentence 3. Young Congolese engineer industrializing cassava crop

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: DoH responds to Pharmacist community service debacle

DG at the Department of Health, Precious Matsoso responded to reports that the state is unable to provide community service to pharmacists who want to practice pharmacy.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: How the government will support to the poultry industry

Department of Trade and Industry is well aware of the poultry sector crisis and the DDG, Xolelwa Mlumbi-Peter speaks to Xolani about how the department will offer state support to the industry.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Poultry sector wants tighter regulations on imports

One of South Africa’s biggest chicken producers is selling 15 of its 25 farms in Hammarsdale to stay afloat after fighting years of dumping by importers, and is retrenching 1350 workers from the end of the month plunging the industry into a crisis. Kevin spoke to Xolani about why the poultry sector wants tighter regulations on imports.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. Pravin Gordhan vs Luther Lebello 2. Guptas being targeted

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Lack of state posts for pharmacists to complete their year of community service

Due to the lack of state posts for pharmacists to complete their year of community service, the Pharmaceutical Society of SA is calling for the removal of the obligation for community service immediately, and to allow all completing interns to be registered without limitation and to practice in any setting.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

Reintroducing Europe's auroch.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: PRISM Awards 2017 call for entries

Southern Africa’s premier awards for public relations excellence, the PRISM Awards, celebrates two decades in 2017. The call for entries has opened and this year there are new categories, more opportunities in the digital environment and students studying public relations. The deadline for entries is 27 March, with the prestigious Awards ceremony scheduled for Sunday 7 May 2017. Relebogile spoke to Awards Convenor Bridget von Holdt to get more details.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taxi Violence at Gautrain Stations

The Early Breakfast team received an email from a concerned citizen who was a victim of Uber taxi violence twice. A part of the email read as follows: I am writing this concern as I was recently a victim of the taxi mafia violence against innocent Uber drivers and commuters over the past two weekends at Gautrain Park Station. I have been in touch with Uber as well as Compel Concession Company (who operate Gautrain in Johannesburg) about these attacks. However I am not happy with the response received thus far.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi shared some shared some of the trending topics on social media. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #GoldenGlobes| #Ronaldo | #NtsikiMazwai

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Nkosazana Zuma for ANC presidency?

Dumisani Hlophe spoke on what to make of the ANCWL’s public endorsement of Nkosazana Zuma as their candidate for presidency

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays - Garth McKenzie

Garth gives an update on his son's portfolio.

THE MONEY SHOW: Book feature - Great books for 2017

1. Competing Against Luck: The Story of Innovation and Customer Choice by Clayton M. Christensen 2. 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think by Laura Vanderkam 3. The Gig Economy: The Complete Guide to Getting Better Work, Taking More Time Off, and Financing the Life You Want by Diane Mulcahy

THE MONEY SHOW: Visit to Trumpland

Nick gives an analysis of the US political economic environment after a visit to Trumpland.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday for 2017

Nadir tells Bruce why he prefers Standard Bank and Steinhoff in his investment portfolio for 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday

Gary tells Bruce why he prefers Medi-Clinic and Woolworths in his investment portfolio for 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday for 2017

Caroline tells Bruce why she prefers AVI and Old Mutual in her investment portfolio for 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: Stock Pick Monday for 2017

Thato Mashigo tells Bruce why he prefers Sanlam and Sirius Property in his investment portfolio for 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graham analyses the market and top stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Graham analyses the market and top stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Zuma's economic view

George analyses the Jacob Zuma's speech at the ANC's 105th birthday celebrations.

REDI TLHABI: DHET's online system for higher education placements

Dr Diane Parker spoke about the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)'s Central Application Clearing House (Cach) system for matriculants who yet to be placed in institutions of higher education.

REDI TLHABI: DHET's online system for higher education placements

Dr Diane Parker spoke about the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET)'s Central Application Clearing House (Cach) system for matriculants who yet to be placed in institutions of higher education.

REDI TLHABI: HIV home-testing available in SA pharmacies

Amos Masango spoke about HIV home-testing which is now legal in the country.

REDI TLHABI: ANC supporters at January 8 statement

Clement Manyathela shares his observations on ANC supporters during the ANC's January 8 events.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Better to be given a second chance than to drop out

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Wednesday that her department’s policy to promote more than 100 000 pupils has borne fruit. Progressed pupils are pupils who failed grade 11 for two consecutive years, but are then promoted to matric. The 2016 matric pass rate, including the results of the progressed pupils, has increased to 72.5%, 1.8% more than last year’s rate of 70.7%. Motshekga said that providing academic support for progressed pupils had been a key focus area. “One of the key areas in the year of 2015 was encouraging the progression of pupils who failed grade 11, or who were over [school going age], and to give them extra support,” she said. “As a result, in 2016, we saw the largest number of progressed pupils since the promulgation of the policy. Failing pupils does not help them. We need to instead support them in areas of weakness,” Motshekga said. “Of the progressed pupils, we managed to get over 3 000 bachelor’s degree passes and more than 12 000 diploma passes. More than 13 000 pupils were condoned and progressed. “The significance of this achievement is that these pupils would be high school dropouts if they had not been supported,” she said

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Independence of Western Sahara

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN correspondent, JJ Cornish, about SA's position on Western Sahara's independence.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Fana Hlongwane sues Absa

Stephen Grootes speaks to Business Day deputy editor, Carol Paton, about Fana Hlongwane's R7-million lawsuit against Absa.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Dam levels in SA after weekend rains

Stephen Grootes speaks to spokesperson of the Department of Water and Sanitation, Sputnik Ratau, about where water levels stand.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SA gym industry rakes in $930 million

Stephen Grootes speaks to MD of Virgin Active SA, Ross Faragher-Thomas, about gym culture in South Africa.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Decision on HIV self-testing kits

Stephen Grootes speaks to Dr Marlon McKay about the effect of the SA Pharmacy Council on HIV self-testing kits.

THE MIDDAY REPORT:

Stephen Grootes speaks to Dr Marlon McKay about the effect of the SA Pharmacy Council on HIV self-testing kits.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ford Kuga vehicles burning

Stephen Grootes speaks to forensic consultant, Dr David Klatzow, about the burning of Ford Kuga vehicles throughout the country.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Pretoria cop shoots a driver

Stephen Grootes speaks to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the footage which has emerged pertaining to the shooting.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: January 8 statement on land reform

Stephen Grootes speaks to lad reform expert, Aninka Claasen, about the process of speeding up land reform over the next few years.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC January 8 statement details

Stephen Grootes speaks to political analyst, Ralph Mathekga, regarding the political year ahead after the January 8 statement.

REDI TLHABI: Family Matters : Family and Alcoholism

Recovering alcoholic and founder of World Without Wine founder Janet Gourand spoke to Eusebius about dealing with extensive alcohol consumption, alcoholism and the dry January Challenge.

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS: s Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma the right Female Candidate for the ANC?

Eusebius spoke and Executive Director of Centre for politics Prince Mashele spoke about whether Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is the right female candidate for the presidential position in the ANC.

REDI TLHABI: Registration for school year

Eusebius spoke to Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lisufi about the current situation being experienced with registrations for schools in the new year.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Public school placements

Oupa Bodibe of the Gauteng Department of Education spoke to Xolani about the public school.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

1. A European Deep Freeze (snow & sub zero conditions cause death & disruption). 2. The Jerusalem Truck Attacker (he was an Islamic State supporter). 3. Trump Bashing (at the golden globes awards in Los Angeles). 4. The Queen Steps Out (after a heavy cold she's finally appeared in public).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Are universities ready to absorb 2016 matriculants?

With Matric results being released a couple of days ago, it is without a doubt that Universities will be inundated with thousands of students hoping to be placed and already Universities are reporting that they may not be able to absorb all prospective students this year, with more campuses bracing themselves for fees protests. Xolani spoke to Universities South Africa CEO, Ahmed Bawa about this.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mantashe on President Zuma’s pronouncements at The ANC’s 105th anniversary celebrations

President Jacob Zuma yesterday delivered his very last statement as the ruling party's President before the elective conference in December. ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe was on the radio to reflect on some of the pronouncements made by the President.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Political Desk

1. ANC's 105th anniversary: We are gearing up to the ANC's elective conference in December, which is the de facto election of the president of South Africa. 2. How ANC walks the talk on corruption: Business people reportedly dug up R2mil for sharing a dinner table with Zuma at the ANC's gala dinner on Saturday.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: 2017 Economic Outlook

Following President Jacob Zuma's prediction of the 2017 2.9 percent growth forecast despite the slow recovery in the global economy, Chief Economist at Econometrix, Dr. Azar Jammine spoke to Xolani to give his 2017 economic outlook predictions.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Weather Report

We are past the peak of cancer deaths.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: How we are all wired to Win and how you should turn sacrifice into greatness

Relebogile had an Interview with Linda Ntuli, an Author, Internationally acclaimed Inspirational Keynote Speaker about how we are all wired to Win and how you should turn sacrifice into greatness.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking a look at what’s in the Star & Pretoria Newspaper today

Kevin Ritchie, Regional Executive Editor of the Star & Pretoria Newspapers reflected on some of the top stories in the Star & Pretoria Newspapers.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Executive Producer Clive Moagi reflected on some the trending topics on twitter with Relebogile. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #feesmustfall| #ANC105 | #DontfillUpOrlandoStadium| #74thGoldenGlobeAwards | #BlackCoffeeWedding

AZANIA MOSAKA:

2017 Predictions, what to expect from the south African government.

AZANIA MOSAKA:

Inclusion education, giving the students who aren’t coping with their school work extra support to help them pass.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : ANC Birthday Party

Zuma delivered the party's January 8 statement at Orlando Stadium. Johannes analysed the statement made by the president.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Coming up on Carte Blanche‎

Topics to be discussed on the show tonight are private prosecution, Malawi migration, extremeh honeymoon and N2 Fossil.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Spiritual Wellness & Motivation Feature

Justin talked about being happy with yourself. The importance of loving yourself in order to make it in life.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Arts Feature

Downtown property development company Propertuity have joined forces with the Museum of African Design to present this exhibition which looks at the different architectural projects that are ongoing in the city and how Joburg's boom-and-bust gold rush mentality has shaped the every-changing development of the cityscape.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Personal Finance

Paul talked about checking your personal finances properly.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Travel

Ray spoke to Gugu about the do's and don'ts when travelling in groups. The travelling arrangements and costs.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Nature Diary

Tim talked about the first conservation law ever passed in South Africa. He also talked about the spiders, how dangerous spiders are.

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS: Mr Active

David spoke about encouraging kids to get involved in School sports.

SUNDAY EARLY:

Que spoke to Business Studies and Life Orientation teacher at Naledi High School about their performance. She also spoke to two top pupils from the school about the results.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Excelling in mathematics

Wasanga spoke to Edzai about the different methods of learning to make mathematics easier for learners. The ultimate goals of mathematics instruction are students understanding the material presented, applying the skills, and recalling the concepts in the future.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Skin Cancer

Ray spoke to Prof Michael about the risk factors of the skin cancer. He also touched on Sunsmart campaign and cancer awareness month.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: What's on

Aki’s overseas tech experience .

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Car Feature

Jacob spoke about Volkswagen Due.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Parenting Feature

Kids are being marketed to 24/7. They are bombarded by brands telling them that they must have in order to feel whole, happy and successful.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Gardening and Land Feature

This week on Gardening and Land feature, Ray spoke Robin about his organisation food and Trees for Africa. The first South African social enterprise that develops, promotes and facilitates greening, climate change action, food security and sustainable natural resource use and management, known as Trees for Africa until 2000.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Lead SA

This week on Lead SA we had High Level Movement. The movement is a clothing brand owned by young entrepreneurs. They design, develop and sell apparel.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Food Feature

Mpho talked about back to school lunches. She spoke about a healthy balanced lunchbox for your children.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Politics and parliament

David spoke to Ray about the the hurdles ahead for ANC IN 2017.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Mr Active

David talked about getting fit for free on a tight January budget. He also touched on some of the exercises you can do by yourself.

SATURDAY EARLY: Medical Emergencies

Medical emergencies can be frightening, especially if you are unprepared. Errol spoke to Dr Charl about the ways in which one can deal with medical emergencies.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Stationary distribution

Gushwell spoke to Azhar about the campaign that aims to raise funds for education infrastructure projects in South African Primary and Secondary schools.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South African Doing great things with Keiskamma Art Project

Dr. Carol Hofmeyr for our South African Doing great things looking at the work Keiskamma Art Project do in fighting poverty & HIV/Aids.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Deal with grief during festive season

Dr Dimakatso speaks on the difficulty of dealing with grief/loss especially during/after the festive season?

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

Frank plays the Brutal Bi Quiz with listeners.

THE MONEY SHOW: Best Bits of the Money Show

Frank goes through the show's highlights for the week.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Greg analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: South Africa: The risk narrative for 2017

Peter says his firm expects the marked divergence to continue between what asset prices can do and what goes on in terms of macroeconomics, risk events and politics.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Possible hacking of election by Russia

Brookes Spector spoke about the feud between Donald Trump and the US intelligence on allegations of election-related hacking by Russia.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Call for Maths teachers to be priotised

Hendrick Makaneta, Education Activist, is calling on government to prioritise math’s teachers in South Africa.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Update on the Pretoria shooting

Isaac Mahamba updated us on the shooting that took place in Hatfield today.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SACP Joe Slovo Commemoration.

Victor Magwedze spoke about the SACP Joe Slovo Commemoration.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Shooting in Pretoria

Barry Bateman spoke about the Hatfield shooting.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: CES 2017 event

Stephen Grootes talks to Aki Anastasiou about the technological advances at CES 2017 Las Vegas.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Gordhan versus Moyane heats up

Stephen Grootes spoke to DA MP, Alf Lees, regarding Pravin Gordhan's recent statement that he doesn't trust Tom Moyane.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC January 8 statement

Stephen Grootes spoke to Dr Sethulego Matebesi regarding what the recent events means for SA politics.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ANC January 8th statement

Stephen Grootes speaks to Zizi Kodwa about whether the decision to host the event at a smaller stadium is due to dwindling support.

REDI TLHABI: Commemoration of the 22nd anniversary of the death of Joe Slovo

Alex Mashilo spoke to Karima about the Commemoration of the 22nd anniversary of the death of Joe Slovo. The formal proceedings of the commemoration ceremony of the 22nd anniversary of the death of Joe Slovo, took place at Slovo’s graveside located at the Heroes Acre, Avalon Cemetery in Soweto, Johannesburg, started at 10am. It was preceded by a march from Regina Mundi Catholic Church much earlier.

REDI TLHABI: What does is take to get parole? | A look at the process of parole in our justice system

We have Prof Lukas Muntingh, Co-founder and Project Coordinator of Civil Society Prison Reform Initiative explained to Karima and the Listeners the Parole process in more detail following the release on Parole of Maarohanye and Tshabalala who were arrested in 2010 after they crashed their mini coopers into a group of school children in Soweto, killing four and leaving two permanently brain damaged

REDI TLHABI: ANC’s Treasurer-General Dr Zweli Mkhize January 8 statement

Karima Brown spoke to ANC Treasurer-GeneralDr Zweli Mkhize about the upcoming ANC’s January 8th statement; which is a birthday celebration for the party. the ANC is turning 105 years old

REDI TLHABI: The Naked Scientist:Potential New Malaria Vaccine

The Naked Scientist answered a lot of the caller's questions and also looked at the Potential New Malaria Vaccine

THE MIDDAY REPORT: News update from Turkey & Syria

EWN Middle East Correspondent, Paula Slier reported on the latest in Turkey following the club shooting. Turkish authorities detained more people on Thursday in connection with the New Year's attack at an Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Ugandan MP's petition the ICC for investigation into 'genocide' by the army and the police 2. Thousands of political prisoners in Ethiopia is pardoned in the restive Oromia region 3. Strike by Kenya doctors continues despite President Uhuru Kenyatta's offer to increase salaries by over 40%

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: SA Post Office responds to outrage over changes at Joburg International Mail Centre

Mark Barnes responded to queries about the Post Office stopping collections at the Joburg International Mail Centre.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. The George Michael Investigation: A twist in the police probe into his death 2. The Palace Guard: Subtle Security changes around Buckingham Palace 3. English Lessons: A call for compulsory language learning for all immigrants 4. Britain's Laser Project: The government wants to build laser weapons

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Eskom spokesperson gives context on debt-ridden municipalities in Joburg

Eskom spokesperson, Khulu Phasiwe responded to a calls about why Soweto municipality is not getting cut due to non-payment.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: How best Eskom can get money from defaulting municipalities

Managing Editor at EE Publishers, Chris Yelland spoke to Bruce to contextualise Eskom's struggles with money owed to them by municipalities, and how best the utility can get money from defaulting municipalities.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Obama releases more prisoners from Guantanamo 2. Trump expected to reform the intelligence apparatus 3. A high school in Kentucky drops the mascot name "Stallions"

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: City of Joburg on Jozi@Work contractual issues

City of Joburg spokesperson, Virgil James spoke to Bruce to reiterate the city’s position on disgruntled Jozi@Work workers, stating that are rotating opportunities for people who work in the city.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Job hunting tips

Flo spoke to Candice about the ways in which one can look for a job on their own. There’s so much available that you don’t have to spend more than four seconds Googling about before you land on some nugget of wisdom or another.

THE MONEY SHOW: Small Business Focus - Post Matric gap year in entrepreneurship

Allon discusses the importance of agap year for matriculants to figure out entrepreneurship.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance - Managing the Finances of Change

Samke talks gives advise on managing finances for job relocation, divorce and being globally mobile.

THE MONEY SHOW: The matric certificate is still valuable in the labour market

Prof Leibbrandt says while the labour market conditions facing secondary school graduates have indeed worsened with time, the value of a matric certificate relative to that of grade 10 and 11 has remained positive both in terms of earnings and the likelihood of finding employment.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money Show FAQs - SA's education system recovering?

Dr Adam says the intense focus on matric results does little to address the long-term challenges facing education in South Africa.

THE MONEY SHOW: Top business apps for 2016/17

Toby takes listeners through the top money and business apps for 2016/17.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Wayne analysis the market and top stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Corporates helping 2016 matriculants

Sazini talks about #readytowork initiative on how it's helping youth and how it can help 2016 matriculants.

THE MONEY SHOW: Corporates helping 2016 matriculants

Tanya gives listeners an update on the R50bn internship scheme devised by the presidential CEO Initiative to help teh youth.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: All things education.

Panyaza Lesufi – Gauteng MEC for Education, spoke on Class of 2016 results, upward adjustments of the raw marks, children who have not been placed yet and the quality of education in our school.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: ANC NEC Meeting

Nomvula Mokonyane - Member of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, giving feedback on the ANC NEC meeting that took place today.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Loosing court interdict against Eskom

Willies Spies spoke about losing their bid for an urgent interim interdict to stop Eskom from reducing the electricity supply to eight municipalities in the Free State.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Eskom granted the right to disconnect

Barry Bateman spoke about Eskom getting go ahead to cut power by the Pretoria court.

REDI TLHABI: Literature Corner | New books and Fascinating Fiction

Well Known Author, Book lover and book critic looked at some of her favourite New books and Fascinating Fiction. Some of her favourite books include the following: • The Nix by Nathan Hill • Autumn by Ali Smith • Here I am by Jonathan Safran Foer • Hillbilly Elegy by JD Vance • The Thirstland Trek by Nicol Stassen • Swing Time by Zadie Smith • Hidden Johannesburg by Paul Duncan • The Underground Railway by Colson Whitehead • Period Pain by Kopano Matlwa • An Empty Plate by Tracy Ledger • Boys Adrift by Leonard Sax

REDI TLHABI: Equal Education on the Class of 2016 Matric Results & the delivery by Angie

Karima Brown spoke to General Secretary at Equal Education , Tshepo Motsepe about the Class of 2016 Matric Results. Thousands of matric pupils were last night expected to follow the tradition of descending on national and regional newspaper houses at midnight for their long-awaited results. This and the “preoccupation” by government with the matric pass rate failed to emphasise the grassroot developmental issues ailing basic education in the country. “Equal Education has repeatedly cautioned against the national preoccupation with the matric pass rate,” it said in a statement yesterday

REDI TLHABI: Advice for those matrics you did not do as well as they had hoped?What options are available to them?

The 2016 matric class achieved a pass rate of 76.2% from a previous figure of 74%. When progressed learners are included the pass rate is 72.5%, from a previous figure of 70%. Although the majority of matriculants are celebrating we know that there are those that did not do as well as they had hoped. What options are available for those that did not pass their exams? The good news is that this is by no means the end of the road! There are several options available to them. Professor Ruksana Osman an expert in the area of Education from Wits share a few tips

REDI TLHABI: 2016 Matric Class Obtains 76.2% Pass Rate

Karima Brown spoke to Mr Mathanzima Mweli, The Director-General at the Department of Basic Education following the announcement of the matric class of 2016 yesterday afternoon. 2016 Matric Class Obtained a 76.2% Pass Rate

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Why we shouldn't celebrate mediocre Maths results

Executive Director of the Maths Centre, Sharanjeet Shan spoke about how distraught she is that we are celebrating a mediocre Maths result.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: How youth can best be employable

Tanya van Wyk has worked for many years to become a manager at her place of employment, due to her work experience and not her education. She shared how youths can best be employed.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The importance of maths in developing problem solving skills

Maths Genius Leadership Institute (MGLI), Edzai Zvobwo spoke to Bruce Whitfield about the importance of maths results in developing problem solving skills among the youth.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Why Maths and Science skills are so critical to the economy

CEO of Roger Layton Associates & specialist in school maths education, Dr Roger Layton spoke to Bruce Whitfield about why maths and science are critical in advancing skills to boost the country’s economy.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Train derailment in New York City 2. Record gun sales in 2016 in the U.S 3. Faraday electric car introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Reunion to assist EPPA deal with issues on prisoner reform

The Ex-Political Prisoner Association of South Africa (EPPA) is to hold a reunion of apartheid political prisoners on Robben Island in April, to discuss issues of getting assistance from government departments and of pushing towards socio-economic reform. Deputy Secretary of the Ex-Political Prisoner Association of South Africa (EPPA), Mpho Masemola spoke to Bruce Whitfield about some of the issues EPPA has encountered and the specific issues this reunion hopes to address.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Matric results

Flo spoke to Professor Ruksana about matric results and the status of education in South Africa.

THE MONEY SHOW: Shapeshifter - Ndumiso Madlala

Ndumiso talks about his life journey of becoming a brew master.

THE MONEY SHOW: The Big Five economic factors for SA

Dawie goes through his big five economics factors the country needs to focus on.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Unusual - Big trends

McLeod discusses the big technology trends expected for 2017.

THE MONEY SHOW: Economic impact of special events to communities

Maile speaks to Frank about the economic ripple effects of the special events such as the ANC's 105th birthday celebrations to local communities.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Viv analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Jobless youth need quick fixes

Prof. Graham discusses a research her institution did. She says quick fixes are to resolve high levels on unemployment among the youth.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Matric results 2016

Thando gave feedback on the Matric Result press release by the Minister of basic education.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Trading hours could be beneficial in terms of Tourism

Unathi Sonwabile Henama, Lecturer from Tshwane University of Technology, support the decision to increase the operating hours for the ANC celebrations over the weekend as thousands of visitors will be attending ANC the event.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Congo deal reached for Kabila to step down after 2017 elections

Michael Tshibangu, Political Analyst specializing in Congo issues, spoke about the agreement that has been reached for President Kabila to step down after the 2017 elections.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Corruption in ANC

Stephen Grootes unpacked ANC’s General Secretary, Gwede Mantashe’s statement that he made on his door-to-door campaign yesterday at Evaton.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Somerset Fires update

Natalie Malgas updated us on the Somerset fires in the Western cape.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Afriforum vs Eskom update

Barry Bateman gave us feedback on the Afriforum and Eskom court interdict that took place today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Corruption in the ANC

ANC secretary general, Gwede Mantashe, talks to Stephen about the perception of corruption in the ANC.

REDI TLHABI: At what Age should you talk about sex and body parts with your child | How should you tackle this conversation

The "birds and the bees" talk is one that parents often put off as long as possible. But learning about sexuality is a normal part of child development, and answering your child's questions in an honest, age-appropriate way is often something that most parents battle with. Karima Brown spoke to Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng , Medical Doctor: Runs a reproductive clinic; and is Vice-Chairman, Sexual and Reproductive Justice Coalition.

REDI TLHABI: 2016 is done and dusted - what will 2017 bring? | A look at the Politcal Calender

2016 is done and dusted, and now it's all about expectations regarding what 2017 will bring with it. South Africa’s political calendar usually opens with the ANC’s January 8th statement; which is a birthday celebration for the party. the ANC is turning 105 years old Karima spoke to Ebrahim Fakir, Political Analyst who looked at what will 2017 bring? and he also looked at the 2017 Political Calendar

REDI TLHABI: #Fees Must Fall: Where to from here?

With the Matric results coming out later today, the question remains: #Fees Must Fall: Where to from here? To talk about this Karima Brown had a chat with Professor Adam Habib – Vice Chancellor at Wits University

REDI TLHABI: Sihle Magubane – the founder of SA’s first individually black-owned coffee brand

In the Entrepreneur corner today Karima Brown spoke to Sihle Magubane – the founder of SA’s first individually black-owned coffee brand. A former barista, Sihle Magubane has taken his skills to the next level by creating his own coffee blends Sihle Magubane’s (33) passion for coffee is clear.

REDI TLHABI: Looking at private institutions of higher learning as an option for your child post matric

Karima Brown on the Redi Tlhabi show spoke to Noel Daniels ,Chief Executive Officer at Cornerstone Institute about private institutions of higher learning as an option for your child post matric. THE recent university #Fees MustFall strikes across South Africa have caused much upheaval and instability in the education sector with a concern that the 2016 academic year might have to be suspended. Although the intensity of the strikes appear to have died down, the implications of unsettled disputes and the lack of an accepted final resolution still leaves many aspects regarding the matter of fee elimination unresolved. Are Private Institutions affected at all by the #Fees Must Fall movement?

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Mozambique's Renamo opposition party extends ceasefire to aid peace talks 2. Nigeria's government rolls out new scheme to give monthly payments to one million of the poorest 3. Morocco's central bank has approved five requests to open Islamic banks in the country

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Connecting youth to employment opportunities

Harambee’s Western Cape Executive, Tammy Chetty spoke to Bruce to give tips on how matriculants can find work using Harambee Youth Accelerator connects youths to employment opportunities.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. A British Victim In Syria: A young man's died while fighting with Kurdish forces 2. Brexit Turmoil: Britain's top man in the EU has quit just before formal talks begin 3. Racist and Unhappy: A depressing snapshot of the UK in January 2017

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Group copying allegations ahead of matric results release today

Basil Manuel spoke to Bruce in respond to the group copying allegations ahead to the release of the National Senior Certificate Examination results today.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Group copying allegations ahead of matric results release today

Magwena Maluleke spoke to Bruce in respond to the group copying allegations ahead to the release of the National Senior Certificate Examination results today.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Hawks on FNB Heist

Hawks Spokesperson, Captain Ndivhuwo Mulamu spoke to Bruce about what the Hawks know so far about recent FNB heists.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Ford reverses itself cancels plans for Mexico plant more jobs in the U.S.A 2. Vice President Elect Mike Pence with a message to Congress 3. Teaching young men to be softer less macho

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: FNB heist victim

Part of ‘FNB Heist Victims’ Facebook group and victim, Ilja Graulich spoke to Bruce about the experience of an FNB customer since the heists took place. He is one of the Customers of the recent FNB heists are unhappy about the bank’s security measures and fine print.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The weather report

How carpooling and self drive cars will make our cities more efficient

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja:

Relebogile and Prof Adre spoke about how to choose the right medical aid scheme for your need.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Inspirational Wednesday

Picasso Smsbx is professional chef,he became a professional chef at the age of 18 years old. Picasso Smsbx is currently a food stylist, food writer/blogger and currently running his own private chef business Picasso Private Chef.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Nightclub killing in Istanbul

Umari Stambuli, Zimbabwean Journalist in Istanbul, Turkey- spoke to us the police in Istanbul hunting for a gunman who opened fire at a well-known nightclub, killing at least 39 people.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Another FNB heist

Queenin Maswabi – EWN Reporter, updating us on another FNB heist that took place over the long weekend and that the modus operandi seemed to be there same.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: 2016 matricresults adjustment

Gavin Davis – DA’s Shadow Minister of Basic Education, talked about the adjusting of the 2016 matriculants marks by Umalusi.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Ford Kuga catching fire

Gia Nicolaides - EWN Reporter, Ford SA has confirmed that the risk of its Kuga SUV catching fire is confined to a particular model - the 1.6-litre EcoBoost. Should the cars be recalled?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Afriforum vs Eskom

Khulu Phasiwe, Eskom Spokesperson, responding to the issue of Afriforum taking them to court and Exxaro’s shareholders have approving a transaction that will result in its black ownership declining from 50% to 30%.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Afriforum vs Eskom

Barry Bateman, EWN Reporter, talking about Afriforum taking Eskom to court not to cut power.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature: Queen of Smoke: Meet the Badass Woman Taking Over South Africa’s Spinning Scene

We stand in the line at the Swazi-South African border, and talk smack to pass the time—so loud that folks at the back of the line are laughing at the stupid shit we’re saying. It’s midday, it’s hot as hell, and we’re all gatvol of hearing the sounds of diehard bikers revving their engines throughout the night, just for nje. I’m with the car spinners. Not the bikers. Apparently you can’t be into both. We get to the front of the line. The immigration officer stamps my passport and proceeds to flag Stacey, my companion. “You! You’re under-age, where’s your birth certificate?” Confused, Stacey chimes in her high-pitched voice, “I’m twenty!” The officer double-checks the passport sitting in front of her, “Oh. But you look so cute and small!” Stacey has been getting called “cute” and “little” and “sweet” and “baby-faced” the whole weekend at the Swazi Bike Rally—and folks can’t seem to believe that she spins cars as fearlessly as she does. Representing Eldorado Park, Stacey-Lee May has only been spinning cars for two years, but she has already become a crowd favourite. She’s the only female spinner of her caliber in Gauteng, and one of just three women who spin regularly on the national circuit. Apart from her ability to flip her pink and grey BMW 325 gusheshe, Stacey’s talent is in her stunts. She throws a “doughnut,” hops out the car whilst the car is still spinning, hops back in, sits on the edge of her window, and hangs out her car upside down, her straightened ponytail just barely scraping a pitch engulfed in smoke. With the ever-tightening apartheid regime in South Africa, the 1980s gave rise to heightened social dislocation and a thriving gangster culture in Johannesburg’s outer-laying areas such as Soweto, where spinning was born. Here, it became ritual for gangsters to steal a car and spin it at funerals in honour of those members who had passed. During the 90s, kids took spinning to the street, and developed the scene outside of the criminal world, experimenting with drifting, stunts and drag racing. Today, spinning has been decriminalized and has developed into an extreme sport part of a profitable industry, with a growing network of promoters, spinners, and supporters. On weekdays, Stacey is a law and finance student. On weekends, she travels across southern Africa with her entire family to spin at shows. Her mother, Lizel, is the momager, and her father, Lester, tows the spin car on the back of his Fortuner. Stacey usually rolls with her sister and their boyfriends in a separate car, whilst her little brother rides with mom and dad. On any given round, it’s either Stacey’s younger sister, Jamie, or her younger brother, Adam, who act as her co-pilot. And if you’re lucky, you’ll catch Adam taking the gusheshe for a spin on the pitch, even though he’s just twelve, and his head barely makes it past the dashboard. This is Team Stacey. When people hear that I’ve been spending time at spin shows, they often ask, “But what’s the point? Is there a winner?”. The short answer is “No, it’s just entertainment.” But the competitive element of spinning is nuanced. A big part of the spin game is the mechanics of the car—how does it sound, and what kinds of conversions have been done? Whilst it’s become a trend for some cats to throw v8 engines into old gusheshes, Stacey and her mechanic insist on using a 325 engine to keep that authentic explosive BMW sound. Spinners spin to be “the best,” and the game is laden with machismo, but there are no clear-cut criteria on what constitutes the best. Some are best at drifting, some are best at doing ‘crazy flips,’ and like Stacey, some are best at doing stunts. A spinner only knows that they’re the best by gauging the reaction of the crowds clinging to the edge of the pitch, hungry for smoke, the smell of burned rubber and the sound of tyres popping. Watch Stacey in the music video for Branko’s “Let Me Go” featuring Nonku Phiri and Mr. Carmack. Keep up with Team Stacey May on Facebook.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Urban children often refuse to eat South African traditional foods and nag for the worst western junk foods

Clinical psychologist, Khosi Jiyane spoke to Phemelo about the lifestyle challenges facing urban and more especially black middle class children.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Mindfulness- what it is and how to ‘do’ it

2016 has been quite a ride. The world is reeling from the refugee crisis, Brexit and the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States; while closer to home we continue to ride a roller coaster of political instability and economic uncertainty. As we approach the beginning of 2017, it seems that there has never been a better time to try and reduce personal stress. ‘Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction’ or MBSR is an adaptation of the Buddhist practice of Mindful Meditation for modern-day health care, and has been linked with reductions in anxiety, depression, stress, irritability and exhaustion, as well as improvements in general mood, concentration, focus, emotional stability and even sleeping patterns. Jon Kabat-Zinn defines MBSR as paying attention on purpose (with intention), in the present, without being judgmental. Others (David Barlow) have described mindfulness as being aware, in the present, non-judgmentally. In other words, it involves the deliberate intention of paying attention at any given time, whether that is during meditation or in the rituals of daily life (sitting in traffic, waiting in a checkout line, working at your desk, preparing a meal), along with an attempt to remain aware and focused on that current experience, both physically and emotionally - without judging this experience. The emphasis is on remaining in the present, wherever that happens to be and whatever you may be experiencing. There is a good reason for this: when we remain focused on the here and now, we have a realistic awareness of what is happening NOW and this helps us to respond to that specific situation, instead of being influenced by past experiences or future projections. Too often, our responses to current situations are coloured by past memories or future fears. An emphasis on ‘what if’ thinking can lead to catastrophising and a huge fear reaction, based on what MIGHT (or usually, might not) actually happen. In practice, for example, I often observe massive anxiety from parents who worry in a vicious cycle about what might happen if they get sick with a dread disease, and their children grow up without a mother or father. Or what might happen if the economy goes to wrack and ruin. But the reality is these people are usually not currently sick, nor are they currently facing financial ruin. Catastrophising can transform a normal degree of concern into crippling anxiety. Similarly, ruminating about the past can be just as dangerous, as it prevents you from living in the present. People who focus on the past tend to idealise ‘the good old days’, making it difficult to notice or acknowledge positive happenings in the present. This pattern of thinking can then quite easily result in depression. Closely linked to the notion of being fully aware and in the present, is that of trying to remain non-judgmental. Judging implies thinking, and mental verbalising, whereas mindfulness is about simply being. Apart from taking the mind into the past or future, and away from the present, judging is also one of the quickest ways to cause mental and physical distress. The thinking, worrying, and judging of a negative mood or bodily state, transforms one ‘problem’ into two - now you not only have to contend with a negative mood or state, but also the worry about this mood or state. Judgement has a snowball impact because it is constructed by our thoughts, whereas mindfulness - because it involves simple awareness and observation - provides us with a more realistic, sensory experience. Being based in reality (‘what is’), allows a more realistic response to the situation. It sounds simple, but the reality is that in order to benefit from MBSR, you have to learn the ropes and practice the practice of meditation. Jon Kabat-Zinn puts it very simply “You don’t have to like it. You just have to do it.” He has also famously stated that it is simple, but not easy. There is no shortcut. That said, anyone can learn mindfulness, even children. Start slow, start small, be consistent. Combine it with something you do daily, like brushing your teeth or packing your bag. Then add a 5-minute meditation in a specific place during your morning or evening routine. It is more important to begin and sustain a daily practice, than it is to be able to sustain long periods of meditation. You will notice a beneficial effect with just five minutes of daily meditation, and you may well find that it naturally extends to longer meditations. Being present in the current moment as opposed to worrying about that past or future, also brings a sense of calm and mastery to any situation. Over time, as you become more familiar with the practice, it will become a default reaction to life, especially in emotional situations, when you need it most.

REDI TLHABI: Female Presidency as we get closer to the ANC's Elective Conference

Dudu Msomi, Chief Executive Officer, Busara Leadership Partners spoke to karima Brown on the Redi Thlbi show about Female Presidency as we get closer to the ANC's Elective Conference

REDI TLHABI: Female Presidency as we get closer to the ANC's Elective Conference

Gail Smith,Head of Advocacy and Communications - South African Human Rights Commission spoke to Karima Brown on the Redi Tlhabi Show about Female Presidency as we get closer to the ANC's Elective Conference

REDI TLHABI: How companies should deal with Campaign Hashtags that backfire

Karima Brown spoke to Tebogo Ditshego – Media & communications Specialist & CEO at Ditshego Media about how companies should deal with Campaign Hashtags that backfire. This specifically in relation to the ANC Hashtag which backfired

REDI TLHABI: Solly Msimanga's trip to taipei and SA's relations with China

Karima Brown spoke to Shannon Ebrahim who is the Group Foreign Editor at Independent Media about Solly Msimanga's trip to taipei and SA's relations with China

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: DA vs ANC on Taiwan foreign policy

DA Shadow minister for International Relations, Stevens Mokgolapa responded to ANC’s statement on Msimanga contravening foreign policy.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Will Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh step down? 2. Ghana's new President Nana Akufo-Addo to be sworn in what lies ahead for the new president 3. Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma gives her final state of the continent address

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The BRICS Report: India

1 India has been suffering from cash shortages since it banned high denomination currency notes in November. Have they eased? 2. This was a very major step to curb corruption and wipe out illegal money? Has it helped? 3. Why has India’s Supreme Court ordered the country’s cricket board chief to resign?

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. A Nasty Hit & Run: 2 girls have died as a result in Oldham 2. Arctic Survival: A couple have got lucky when caught by blizzards in Scotland 3. Fishy Favours: A fish & chip shop has come to the rescue of an ill customer

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Is it constitutionally right to revoke government officials' diplomat passports?

Director of the Centre for Constitutional Rights, Phephelaphi Dube spoke to Ray about the constitutionality of taking away the passports of government officials who go against national foreign policy

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: ANC's position on Msimanga's Taiwan trip

ANC spokesperson, Zizi Kodwa spoke to Ray about the governing party’s position on government officials who contravene South Africa’s national foreign policy.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Hundreds of quakes near the California - Mexico Border 2. President Obama could try to force his nominee onto the supreme court 3. SpaceX plans to fly again next week

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Teaching children to save money

Chairperson of the Big R Foundation, Saubrey Tshabalala spoke to Ray about the work of the Big R Foundation and its focus to instill a saving culture among South African children.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Weather Report

How long did dinosaur eggs incubate?

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Much needed relaxation & wellness as we embark on yet another year in 2017

Relebogile had a chat with Itebogeng Itesh Phalatse - Owner & Founder of Itesh Holistic Wellness & day Spa, she is also a Holistic And Wellnell Coach and Spiritual/ Traditional Healer. We will chat to her about getting your body ready to tackle 2017 than with a calm mind, increased awareness, better focus and concentration, and increased alertness.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Art Exhibition at the Johannesburg Art Gallery: The Evidence Of Things Not Seen

Relebogile spoke to Tara Weber - Chief Curator at Johannesburg Art Gallery about their exhibition that's currently underway titled "The Evidence Of Things Not Seen" Named in reference to James Baldwin’s book of the same title, this exhibition focuses on works by artists of colour and negotiates the complexities of contemporary black identity and how it is expressed. The exhibition is presented thematically with different rooms presenting different themes such as Afro-futurism, queer artists, fashion and portraiture, feminism and the inversion of the black and white gaze.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

The Early Breakfast's Executive Producer Clive Moagi shared some of the trending topics on twitter. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o#WeAreANC| #Healthyliving | #2017Sangoma predictions

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Flo Letoaba

The biggest talker on the show this morning was about Tshwane Mayor’s trip to Taipei. Flo also talked about the climate change and listeners expressed their opinions. Flo also touched on matric results and varsity fees.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: NPA's witness protection programme

Karen Tewson spoke to Ray White about the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA)'s national witness support programme.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Getting into a South African university

Professor Themba Mosia spoke to Ray White about what one needs to get into a South African university.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: A South African app which detects hearing loss

Professor De Wet Swanepoel describes HearScreen, a proudly South African app which uses a smartphone to detect hearing loss.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The need for more teacher training colleges

Elias Mogoru discussed the need for more teacher training colleges in South Africa to help produce highly skilled teachers for the country's public school system.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: New South African national heritage sites

Dumisani Sibayi spoke to Ray White about three Sharpeville Massacre sites and the SS Mendi being declared national heritage sites.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Remarkable story of making it against all odds

On the Early Breakfast show this monrning. Relebogile spoke to Mark Farah, A professional boxer & trainer who defied the odds. He was told he would never walk again after he was involved in a near fatal accident that left him paralyzed from waist down during a soccer match

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi shared shared the day's poll results as well as the twitter trends. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #VanDamme| #ComeDuze2017 | #Istanbul| #allineedin2017is EarlyBreakfast Poll -Do you make New Year's resolutions? Results: 108 votes | 24% voted Yes| 76 % voted Yes

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Bunny Majaja, former Idols top 5 constant joins the breakfast team for a day

Relebogile was joined in studio by Bunny Majaja, former Idols 2013 top 5 Constant who wants to get into the radio industry

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Gushwell Brooks

The biggest talker on the show this morning was about movies. Gushwell asked listeners about the one south African film that inspires them. He also talked about the things people can do in 2017. The other topic that Gushwell spoke about was underage drinking.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

• Ray spoke to Freelance Travel Writer & Blog writer, Anje Rautenbach avout going Somewhere slowly • Justin Cohen, international Speaker and Author spoke to Ray about healthier relationships in 2017 • Frank Magwegwe, Financial Wellness Entrepreneur and Speaker, spoke about how to move individuals towards making the necessary changes in their financial management habits

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

Living Room’s Mad Hat Tea Party Date: 31 December 2016 Time:18:30pm to 02:00am Venue: The Living Room, 20 Kruger Street, City & Suburbia Cost: R350 (Follow The White Rabbit); R450 (Down The Rabbit Hole); R600 (Mad Hatter's Tea Party)

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball Date: 31 December 2016 Cost: R600 @ http://thabahotel.co.za/old_years/ Venue: Thaba Eco Hotel 46 Impala Rd, (off Klip River Drive) Johannesburg Times: 8pm – 2am

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

Helping Matriculants with Mathematics.Being in a Private School vs Public School

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

Top achiever from St. David’s Marist Inanda spoke to Ray about IEB results

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

Soweto Theatre Colours Countdown to 2017 Date: 31 December 2016 Time: 12:00pm -02:00am Venue: The Soweto Theatre

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

Bringing the children from all walks of life together, and the actives that they get up when they are at the camp.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

Food trends to look out for in 2017 * Healthy as a Trend * Beverage Trends * Healthy Choices as a trend

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: with Ray White

• Setting realistic exercise goals • Heart Failures and heart attacks during festive season • New Year’s Day lunch with ingredients mainly from the garden • Teaching children how to set goals and follow them through to completion • Ray spoke to Top Achiever- 2016 IEB Matric Results • Olinka Nell, Head of Buying, spoke about books with the theme of New Beginnings

SATURDAY EARLY: Healthy eating

Errol spoke to Sue about the importance of eating healthy and how it can affect your life. She also touched on the best diet this festive season.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: The best way to start new year

Gushwell spoke to Lekunutu about some of the things people to consider when entering a new year. Lekunutu gave the tips on how people can make in life.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South African Doing great things with Themba Mbuyisa

South African Doing great things with Themba Mbuyisa on how to make living as a creative.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Will Africa Passport ever be a reality?

Tonderayi Mukeredzi – Zimbabwean Journalist and Communication Consultant, spoke about whether the pan-African passport will ever be a reality for citizens.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Comparing private and public schools - is it fair?

Panyaza Lesufi, MEC od Education for Gauteng, spoke about the IEB results and whether is it fair to compare the private and public schools.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SANDF remains returned and SA's role in DRC

Adv. Pikkie Greeff, National Secretary of the South African National Defence Union (SANDU), spoke about the return of the remains of SANDF soldier that died in CAR as well as why SA is in CAR.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Becoming a Bone Marrow donor

Charlotte Ingram - Medical Director at the South African Bone Marrow Registry (SABMR), encouraged more people to become stem cell donors.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: 2017 Financial Outlook

Queenin Maswabi, EWN Reporter, spoke about the Financial Outlook for 2017.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: IEB Results

Katleho Sekhotho, EWN Reporter, spoke about the IEB Results that came out today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Russia retaliates to Obama's sanctions

Sumitra Nydoo spoke to African Analyst and Scenario Strategist Koffi Kwakwu who shared his views on Outgoing US President Barack Obama's announcement of new sanctions against Russia

REDI TLHABI: Where's the party at?

Shiraz Reddy spoke to Karima about the best parties in Gauteng and XCape

REDI TLHABI: SAPS readiness for New Year's Eve

Lieutenant-Colonel Lungelo Dlamini describes Gauteng Police's readiness to police New Year's Eve parties in the province.

REDI TLHABI: Visa regulations impact on tourism

Mayihlome Tshwete responded to concerns that visa regulations continue to have a negative impact on tourism in the country.

REDI TLHABI: Big life decisions: Running

Seruscka Naidoo spoke to Karima Brown about why Nike is doing to get people to run.

REDI TLHABI: Big life changes in 2016: Running

Alastair spoke to Karima about his running journey and why he has kept at it.

REDI TLHABI: The Naked Scientist

Dr Chris Smith reflected some of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of 2016.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: South African teen headed to Chile for a Water Skiing competition

Ray spoke to a 17 year old, Hannah Dejongh who is shortlisted for a Water Skiing competition in Chile – her and her father leave tomorrow.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: SADAG getting an influx of prank calls from kids

Ray spoke to Tracy Feinstein, Operations Manager at SADAG about prank calls they’ve been receiving from kids

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Learners from other provinces flocking to Gauteng for school placement

Ray spoke to the spokesperson, Elijah Mhlanga about the influx of learners from other provinces into Gauteng, adding to a waiting list for school placements.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Mozambique's escalating violence forces thousands to flee 2. Zambia drafts in air force to combat pests 3. Ivorian Cocoa piles up at ports as shippers halt purchases

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. A New Year's No (a prominent justice campaigner's turned down an OBE). 2. The Missing Daughter Argument (alive & well but her mum reported her missing). 3. Animal Rescues (the RSPCA reveals its weird rescue list for 2016

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: IEB results

Ray spoke to Ann Oberholzer about the IEB exam results and her reflections on these.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Obama under pressure to prove charges that Russia interfered in the election 2. Suffolk University Survey indicates democrats have turned their backs to Hilary Clinton 3. Possible double funeral for Carrie Fisher and her mom, Debbie Reynolds

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Fireworks over the New Years celebration

JMPD Chief Superintendent, Wayne Minaar about the fireworks by-laws in the city as Joburgers welcome the new year

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: IEB Matric Result out | Where to from here?

The 2016 IEB pass rate is 98.67%, comparable to last year’s pass rate of 98.30%, the Independent Examinations Board announced yesterday. The department of basic education will release the state NSC matric results across South Africa on the 5th of January. As we know not all matrics will be celebrating the release of their results. Some will not have done as well as they had hoped‚ while others will concede they should have worked harder. For some this may mean failing a subject or not achieving the high goals they had set for themselves‚ which could be the difference between getting into the university course of their choice. Relebogile spoke to Professor Marissa Rollnick - Marang Centre for Mathematics and Science Education at Wits

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi shared the day's twitter Poll with Relebogile and the listeners. EarlyBreakfast Poll -The 2016 IEB pass rate is 98.67%. Do you think money is the only reason Private Schools perform better than Public Schools? Results: 177 votes | 49% voted Yes| 51 % voted Yes

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Live Reading with with Psychic, Medium / Clairvoyant Jackie Pritchard

Relebogile on the Early Breakfast Show spent a whole hour with a Psychic, Medium/Clairvoyant Jackie Pritchard who did live readings for Producer Clive, News Anchor Sifiso, as well as a whole host of listeners.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Maths marks continue to disappoint

Sumitra Nydoo on the Midday report spoke to Edzai Zvobwo - Chief Genius at MathsGenius Leadership Institute about some of the reasons why pupils continue to perform poorly in Mathematics

THE MIDDAY REPORT: The Volatility of the rand

Sumitra Nydoo on the Midday Report looked at some of the reasons behind the weakening rand.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Teaching young kids entrepreneurial skills

Flo spoke to Robert about his business which seeks to foster entrepreneurial skills in primary-aged children by teaching them to build and launch their own micro-enterprises through inspiration, education and create much-needed employment in communities.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: State of SA's water reserves

The Department of Water Affairs and Sanitation’s Sputnik Ratau spoke to Ray about the status of our water reserves and dam levels in light of our recent rainfall, as well as water conservation.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Gambia's president-elect urges regional bloc to speed up negotiations on Jammeh's departure 2. Nigeria removes 50,000 'ghost workers' from state payrolls 3. Burundi’s parliament has passed a law imposing strict controls on international non-governmental organisations

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Initiative to build schools with recycled paper

Brand Development Manager at Bottle2Build, Keith Petitt spoke to Ray about an initiative to turn recycled plastic into bottles which interlock, to build schools.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. An English Channel Rescue (after a fishing boat capsized) 2. Nailing Slavery (nearly 100 people arrested over slave labour in nail bars) 3. Sir Bradley Bows Out (Britain's champion cyclist decides to retire)

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Abacus Maths programme to improve children's maths skills

Founder of Abacus Maths SA, Sharne Bresler spoke to Ray about their programme which has seen kids excel in Maths and improve their problem solving skills, using a Japanese numeracy method.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: New HIV treatment study to advance the fight

Professor Francois Venter of the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute spoke to Ray about a new HIV treatment study called Advance, that could see 2 million more patients being treated at no additional cost.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Congress ready to slap the UN over the anti-Israel vote 2. Queen Latifah's car jacked in the Atlanta area 3. A desperate text saves the day for a teenage girl

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: An app devised to simplify the wedding planning process

Relebogile spoke to Muzi Mbungela, Chief Photographer & Designer of the wedding App at the Mousist about his Wedding Planning App devised to simplify the wedding planning process for brides, grooms and co-ordinators. Weddings can be very daunting to put together as they require good planning and coordination skills that a majority of soon to be brides and grooms often lack. This is the reason why he decided to develop and design the App

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: 10111 Gauteng prank calls

Gauteng 10111 Unit Commander, Brigadier Sam Killian spoke to Ray about the influx of prank calls to the emergency number and implications

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Lose weight, Gain Health & Find Yourself with A new cook book “Eat Ting”

On the Early Breakfast Relebogile had an interesting chat with Mpho Tshukudu Registered dietitian & Co- Author of a Cook Book 'Eat Ting'. Eat Ting is not a diet book. Rather, it will make you fall in love with timeless African flavours – while also improving your health and wellbeing. Mpho Tshukudu and Anna Trapido offer healthy eating solutions based on traditional southern African food, and modern versions of time-honoured favourites in their book.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media with Relebogile. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #Babes Wodumo| #AnaniasMathe | #Drake| #Debbie Reynolds EarlyBreakfast Poll -What would you do if you found out just before your wedding day that you are related to your partner? Results: 89 votes | 65% voted End the relationship| 35% voted Continue the relationship

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Solving learning problems

Most children begin reading and writing by the first, second, or third grade. By the time they are adults, most can’t recall or can’t remember what it was like not to be able to read and write, or how difficult it was to figure out how to translate patterns on a page into words, thoughts, and ideas.

REDI TLHABI: entrepreneur corner: Shoe design

Aderonbi talks about the challenges she faces running a shoe manufacturing company.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Water preservation in SA

The Department of Water and Sanitation continues to plead with consumers to use water sparingly to avoid water cuts. Water preservation

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: So called 'healthy habits' you should give up in 2017

Claire looked at some of the so called 'healthy habits' one should give up in 2017.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: What are the ramifications of Msimanga’s Taiwan trip?

DIRCO explains what the ramifications of Solly Msimanga’s Taiwan trip are and whether that will cause a diplomatic stir?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Road Safety and observing the three Cs on the road

Ashraf spoke about road safety and observing the three Cs on the road (Be Competent, Be Compliant & Be Considerate

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mayor Msimanga's visit to Taiwan

The ANC said the a recent trip by Tshwane mayor Solly Msimanga to Taiwan amounted to treason and violated the "One China" policy between South Africa and China

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Possible Syrian ceasefire

Umari spoke about Turkey and Russia have agreed on a proposal toward a general ceasefire in Syria.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: 2016 Matric Results

IEB results will be out on Friday – when are the results coming out and what can be expected?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: FNB heist and PE Prison brawl

PE Prison Brawl and update on the FNB safety box heist.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Weather this festive season

Vennitia was on the radio to talk about the Weather this festive season.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Warning to Beach goers

Dr Cleeve was on the radio to talk about the Need for safety at the Sea.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Latest Gauteng Traffic

Latest Gauteng traffic .

REDI TLHABI: Religion versus

Anglican Church archbishop Thabo Makgoba explains why he says religions should not be out of politics.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. DRC: Political uncertainty persists with President Josef Kabila still clinging to power. 2. US president, Donald Trump elect meets Congolese leader to discuss Libya and other African issues. 3. Somalia to delay election for 4th time. Some are questioning whether the election will happen.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: State of Eskom's electrification programme rollout

The first unit of the Kusile power station has been connected to the national grid, and will add an additional 800 Megwatatts to the country’s power system. Ray spoke to Eskom spokesperson, Khulu Phasiwe about the significance of this development, and the next steps in the rollout of Eskom’s electrification programme.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1 .George Michael's Charity Work (it turns out he didn't stop giving). 2. A Diabetic Timebomb (a dire health warning for obese Brittain). 3. Travelling Royals (guess who racked up the most royal air miles).

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: More stricter measures needed for safety in prisons

Popcru is calling for proper strategies to be implemented to end gangsterism at correctional services, after recent clashes between inmates and warders in some of the country’s prisons. Ray spoke to Popcru spokesperson, Richard Mamabolo about this.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: St Albans prison security issues

Deputy Minister Thabang Makwetla and Commissioner Zach Modise visited St Albans Prison yesterday, after three inmates were killed and over 20 injured in a brawl between prisoners and warders at the prison. Modise spoke to Ray White about this.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Obama's political legacy leaves Democrats weaker 2. Consumer confidence is up 3 Young Boy saves family from fire

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Hawks on combating human trafficking

Ray White spoke to The Hawks’ Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi about their concerns on human trafficking in the country, what is being done to combat this crime, and how people can best avoid being victims of human trafficking.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Weather Report

Using informal therapists to help communities

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: SABC Come Duze concerts taking place on the 31st across all major cities to break into to the new year

Relebogile spoke to Dichaba Phalatse, Network Marketing Manager from at the SABC about their Come Duze concerts taking place on the 31st across all major cities to break into to the new year.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Bringing fitness and Wellness to the Township

On the Early Breakfast show this morning Relebogile spoke to Tumi Masite - Champion Body Builder and Personal Trainer-Ikasi Gym about instilling a culture of health and fitness e kasi. He said A lot of black people lack basic education about a healthy lifestyle. Lots of people are not working. Ikasi Gym is here for the people

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media with Relebogile Mabotja. Social media trends with Producer Clive Moagi -Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #CarrieFisher| #2016Taughtme | #BlackQueerLoveLivesHere

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: What will 2017 be like for #FeesMustFall

Koketso lookled at what 2017 might have in stored for the #FeesMustFall protests

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The need for 10% university fee increase

Professor Adam Habib responded to criticism of the 10% fee increases in some South African universities for 2017.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Inspirational Wednesday

Rekopile Belebesi, is the founder of Metaphoric Clothing. She Started her own business when she was doing her second year at Wits University studying communication. She is currently producing my own series of of conversation to help young people find purpose. She believes in living a life of TRUTH and everything else gravitates towards you.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The year that was in music

Nonn Botha reflects on the year that was in music in 2016.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

Crystal Orderson shares leading and interesting stories from across the African continent.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Combating rhino poaching

Pelham Jones describes the extent of the success of efforts to combat rhino poaching in South Africa.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The role of religious communities in politics

Father Russell Pollitt described the role of religious communities in politics, after President Jacob Zuma's call for clergy to stay out of politics.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Impact of university fee increases on poor students

Dr Ingrid Tufvesson explains the Higher Education Transformation Network's view that the 10% fee increase in some of the country's universities for 2017 could mean the exclusion of deserving poor black students at the universities.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Overcoming loneliness during the festive season

Dr Cathy Angus describes how one can overcome loneliness during the festive season.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Dealing with Sudden, Accidental or Traumatic Death

On the Early Breakfast show this morning Relebogile spoke to SADAG's Tracy Feinstein about Dealing with Sudden, Accidental or Traumatic Death. The Transport Department says over 800 people have died in road accidents since the start of the December holidays. The current number of death is higher than the previous year during the same period and the human factor has contributed to more than eighty percent of the road crashes. A sudden, accidental, unexpected or traumatic death shatters the world as we know it. It is often a loss that does not make sense. We realize that life is not always fair and that sometimes bad things happen to good people. The sudden death leaves one feeling shaken, unsure and vulnerable

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #BritneySpears | #GoergeMichael| #BoxingDay | #ItsSadThat |

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Israeli settlements

US abstains in demanding Israel to halt settlements on Palestinian land, allowing Security Council to pass resolution.The UN Security Council has voted in favour of a resolution demanding the halt of settlement activity by Israel on occupied Palestinian territory with the United States notably abstaining.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: US prospects in 2017

J Brooks Spector analysed the prospects of the United States in 2017 under its President-elect Donald Trump.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Proteas vs Sri Lanka test series preview

Fanie de Villiers assessed the Proteas' prospects ahead of the test series against Sri Lanka.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Proteas vs Sri Lanka test series preview

Fanie de Villiers assessed the Proteas' prospects ahead of the test series against Sri Lanka.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Farm overcoming drought challenge

Jacky Goliath describes how Defynne Nursey has been able to overcome challenges with drought which have affected farms in the country.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Gauteng roads update

Busaphi Nxumalo gave an update on the developments on Gauteng roads and traffic during the Christmas weekend.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Gauteng roads update

Busaphi Nxumalo gave an update on the developments on Gauteng roads and traffic during the Christmas weekend.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Proposal to increase legal drinking age

Leon Louw describes why the Free Market Foundation does not support the Department of Trade and Industry's proposal to raise the legal drinking age in South Africa to 21.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: George talks to Michael from the popular British talk show 'Parkinson' back in 2007

In a tribute to singing sensation George Michael, The Early Breakfast team played a clips where George talks to Michael from the popular British talk show 'Parkinson' back in 2007 about, music, his childhood, and that famous toilet incident.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media with Relebogile. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o#Choice assorted | #Joyous21| #HomeAlone | #AKAChallenge |#GeorgeMichael

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene:

Spiritual Wellness and Motivational Wellness Feature : Learning how to be a better receiver.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Spiritual Wellness and Motivational Wellness Feature : Learning how to be a better receiver.

Clairvoyant and Spiritual healer Diane Dauth Spoke to Ray about how people could who give all the time could learn to be better receivers.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Personal Finance: Year-end Check on personal finances

Financial Planner Paul Roelofse spoke to Ray about how to do your final financial checks to prepare for the next year.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Book Review : Festive season reads.

Ray and Louise Grantham spoke about their favourite book reads for the holiday

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Car Feture : New disel cars in the Market .

Ray and motoring writer Ciro de Siena gave out their selection of what they believe is the best new diesel cars.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Parenting feature : Teaching Kids gratitude during the gifting season.

Child psychologist Christine Scolari spoke to Ray about how to teach children gratitude for what they receive during the gifting season.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Lead SA : Holy Trinity Catholic Church Christmas Eve – Boxing day Soup Kitchen.

Ray White spoke to Assistant Parish Priest and assistant Chaplain at Holy Trinity Catholic Church Father Mathews Charlesworth about the soup kitchen they will be holding this weekend.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Lead SA : Holy Trinity Catholic Church Christmas Eve – Boxing day Soup Kitchen.

Ray White spoke to Assistant Parish Priest and assistant Chaplain at Holy Trinity Catholic Church Father Mathews Charlesworth about the soup kitchen they will be holding this weekend.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Food glorious food : preparing a memorable Christmas Launch.

Food Critic Anna Tropido gave out 3 different ways of creating a memorable Christmas Lunch.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Health feature: 4 Part series on festive related health issues – part 3 health implications on not exercising during the festive holiday.

On Part 3 of the 4 part feature , Ray White and Emeritus professor of exercise science at UCT Prof Tim Noakes spoke about the health implications on not exercising during the festive holiday.

REDI TLHABI: Being a struggle activist

Sizwe talks about his music and being a struggle activist

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Stop elephant safaris

Talking about the violation of animal rights due to the market in elephant safaris.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Tunisian suspect shot dead

A Tunisian man suspected of being the mastermind behind the Berlin Christmas market terror shooting.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Ebola vaccine found

Talking about what the new Ebola vaccine means for fight against the disease.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: FNB responds to heist

More details about FNB safety box robbery at their Randburg branch.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Last minute Christmas shopping

Some advice on how to avoid last minute Christmas shopping.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Survey suggests increase in online sales

Talking about the convenience of online shopping and consumer habits during peak shopping season.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: ABSA affidavit regarding Oakbay

Recent developments in the affidavit by ABSA on cutting ties with Oakay Investments.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mall robberies and general safety

Talking about security measures in place across SA malls and safety during the festive period

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: African Christmas Festival at Maropeng

Relebogile spoke to Michael Worsnip - Managing Director at Maropeng about their African Christmas Festival. Maropeng is the official visitors centre for the Cradle Of Humankind, a cave-strewn area around 50km north west of Johannesburg where some of the world's most significant hominid discoveries have been made.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: The Garden of Lights 2016

Step into a festive season wonderland at the spellbinding Garden of Lights, featuring dazzling lights and colourful Christmas characters, in the perfectly manicured gardens at the 5-star Peermont D'oreale Grande hotel, at Emperors Palace. The lights spectacle is the perfect night out for families, complimented by a variety of exciting funfair rides such as jump and smile, break dancer, freeway fantasy, helter skelter and the all-time favourite, ferris wheel. Stalls selling food and beverage will be available, together with festive season paraphernalia. Relebpogile spoke to Andi Shaunessy ,Entertainment Manger at the Emperors Palace

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: The Great Moscow Circus is in Town

The world-famous Great Moscow Circus is returning to South Africa this year with an all-new, sensational, two-hour world premiere program. The world-famous Great Moscow Circus is returning to South Africa this year with an all-new, sensational, two-hour world premiere program. Relebogile spoke to the Shows's Producer Andrew Guild

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Food Parcels for Christmas

Relebogile spoke to Melodie van Brakel - C.E.O. and Founder THE CRADLE OF HOPE about their Food Parcels for Christmas initiative which aims to bring a smile to disadvantaged children on Xmas day. THE CRADLE OF HOPE is a Ministry focussing on assisting women and children in desperate need. They offer HELP and HOPE regardless of race or religion, offering a “HAND-UP” and not a “HAND-OUT”.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: You dont need to be rich to enjoy Christmas

On the Early Breakfast Show this morning Relebogile spoke to Matthys Potgieter whose a Marketing Manager at Debt-Safe who shared ways to enjoy Christmas day on a shoestring budget

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the social media trends. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o#ShakesMashaba | #Bafana| #HelpMpho | #LGBTILivesMatter

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Local dance band needs transport to attend the smoking dragon festival

Relebogile received an email from Lerato Mokoena who is Band Member of Sun-Xa Experiment. Lerato re-iterated what she said on her email which read as follows: My name is Lerato Mokoena, I'm part of a world music band name Sun-Xa Experiment. We recently received an invitation to show case our talent at the smoking dragon festival on the 31th of December 2016 at the fringe stage. The fringe stage is like an audition to be part of the main stage in the following year. We would like your assistance with the transport to the Drakensburg where they held the event.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Upcoming professional Chef

Gushwell spoke to Siphesihle about his career at a young age. Picasso Smsbx is professional chef,he became a professional chef at the age of 18 years old. Picasso Smsbx is currently a food stylist, food writer/blogger and currently running his own private chef business Picasso Private Chef.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: New Year Fireworks

New year ,new fireworks rules in place.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mec takes action on Initiation schools

Initiation schools where initiates have died in the Western Cape could be shut down if an investigation finds negligence. At least 23 young men, 18 in the Eastern Cape and four in the Western Cape, have died while undergoing the right of passage this summer.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Initiates death toll rises

Initiation schools where initiates have died in the Western Cape could be shut down if an investigation finds negligence. At least 23 young men, 18 in the Eastern Cape and four in the Western Cape, have died while undergoing the right of passage this summer.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Shakes is gone

We speak to SAFA about what led to their decision.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Life saving treatment for 8 year old boy

Eight-year-old Owethu Chibure from Sasolburg is thrilled to at last be going home, in time to be with his family for the festive season, after having spent nine months of extensive rehabilitation at a Johannesburg hospital following a bacterial infection that resulted in his limbs having to be amputated earlier this year.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Shakes Mashaba is fired

Shakes Mashaba is fired.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: President Zuma is staying Put.

Zuma says he's staying put.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Has data fallen

Talking about whether data has fallen since the #datamustfall campaign.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: School fees up by 8%

School fees are set to increase by 8%

THE MIDDAY REPORT: More to be done to stop initiate deaths

Talking about latest update on initiate deaths

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Mashaba fired

Mark was on the radio to talk about the dismissal of the national coach.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Africa report

1. Gambian President Yahya Jammeh says he is not stepping down and condemned mediation by West African regional bloc ECOWAS. 2. Ghana- Two weeks after peaceful poll, Ghana's outgoing Finance Minister delivers final budget overview - with improved finances 3. Ethiopia- A new report from United Nations Trade and Development body UNCTAD, dampens Ethiopia’s prospect of becoming a middle income country by 2025.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Highway App

Peter Delmar is the brains behind Highway Apps which tell stories of places you travel to in parts of the country. Whether you are traveling in the Platinum Highway, the N3 Gateway or Magaliesberg, you can learn more about the surroundings through Highway Apps.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: U K Report

1). British Security Steps (the Berlin attack prompts action as well as a review). 2). The Surveillance Court Verdict (the government's told to tame its data laws). 3). Taxing Excuses (our lame reasons for late tax returns have been revealed).

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Eskom’s nuclear procurement

Eskom recently released the request for information (RFI) to starts its nuclear programme. Potential bidders Russia and France welcomed this development towards Eskom procuring 9.6 GW of nuclear energy. Chris reflected on the developments in Eskom’s nuclear procurement, and what recent developments mean for this process.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Phishing scams

The festive season is a time when criminals particularly target people through online crimes. What steps should one follow when they are a victim of phishing scams? How can one prevent themselves from being a victim of phishing scams?

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: U S Report

• Alabama police officer critical after being attacked. • Soldier denied a hotel room told he wasn't old enough to rent it. • New survey - the most annoying word.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Weather and Trivia

We look ahead for the rest of summer.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: How to Survive the Dreaded Business Seasonality

Seasonality of demand can bring a number of challenges for a business. It is difficult to balance your labour requirements and manage your cash flow effectively when you have to face an irregular demand pattern that cycle throughout the year. This is however a reality that many businesses face. Relebogile got to speak to Colin Hall from Learning to Lead who shared a few survival tips for seasonal businesses.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trends on social media with Relebogile. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #YouKnowitsXmaswhen | #Weiredthingspeopledoformoney| #bestmomentsin2016 | #Christmas

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : How to Celebrate Christmas on a Budget

Having Christmas on a budget isn't always easy but there are things you can do to ease the financial burden and still enjoy Christmas without cutting down on quality.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Proposes amendments to a roads act

A private member bill was gazetted on 15 December that proposes amendments to a roads act that will ensure Sanral can’t impose toll roads without consent from its local authority.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: What kids want for Christmas

Katleho speaks to us about what has been whispered in Santa’s ear this year in terms of presents that the little kids want .She has been out and about sitting on his lap finding out .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Minister Mbalula speaks readiness for ANC Celebrations

The minister held a briefing this morning to discuss the ANC readiness for 2017 and 2018 .We speak to the minister about the backlash of losing three metro’s ,the in fighting for who runs as ANC president and how ready can the ANC really be .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SADAG will run on Christmas day

It’s December The holidays, A time of family fun, relaxation, and festive season cheer. But for many people, Christmas and New Year are a time of dread. Depression sinks in for many and often this time of year there is a big rise in suicide rates . We speak to SADAG to find out what will be their support structure for people in this predicament and what are the signs to look out for amongst friends, colleagues and family .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Hawks scoop in

Jhb operation raid on illegal goods.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: DRC

DRC Presser

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Eskom Nuclear win

Eskom Nuclear win

THE MIDDAY REPORT: JRA ordered to reinstate boom gates

Gary was on the radio to talk about the Hurlingham residents winning over JRA over boom gates.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SABC Corruption

Ilze was on the radio to talk about the SABC Corruption scandal .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Cop killings

Richard was on the radio to talk about the Cop killings.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Political killings in KZN

Latest Political killings in KZN.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Lead SA Hero of the Month for December

Nina started Out of the Box, a skills development centre in Germiston in 1987. She is December’s Lead SA Hero of the Month for December.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Africa report

1. DRC update- UN confirms several deaths in country as police fires teargas with protestors demanding Josef Kabila steps down. 2. World Bank lends Zambia $100 million to tackle mining pollution 3. Ivory Coast ruling party and opposition await full parliamentary results

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Self-driving cars

General Motors is to start testing its self-drive cars in Michigan, seeing this as an opportunity to improve safety on roads. Tesla has also been testing autonomous vehicles. Is South Africa ready for self-driving cars on its roads?

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: U K Report

1). Christmas Security (it's in focus after the Berlin truck attack). 2). A Royal Slow Down (the Queen is to slip down a gear in 2017). 3). 1st World War Truces (new research into the troops truces in 1914-18).

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Usage and disposing of expired foods

Ouma Ramaru, Spokesperson of the Consumer Goods & Services Ombudsman, spoke about whether South Africans are throwing away food which is good enough to eat, and the country’s position on the usage or disposing of expired food.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: U S Report

• Trump wins Electoral College vote easily. • Alleged New York area terror bomber pleads not guilty. • Pres. Obama releases more prisoners than any president ever.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Best phones and gadgets for 2016

The year 2016 has seen innovative phones and apps being introduced, with different levels of success. Liron spoke about the best phones and gadgets he has reviewed this year.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Congolese Protesters Wreck Havoc In Pretoria

Carien spoke about the events that unfolded in Pretoria at the DRC embassy which turned violent.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Weather and Trivia

People who use a large number of social media platforms are at a greater risk of anxiety.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: self-help tips to cope with Generalised Anxiety Disorder during this festive season.

On the Breakfast show this morning Relebogile spoke to Janine Shamos, Senior Councillor at The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) who shared practical self-help tips to cope with Generalised Anxiety Disorder during this festive season. Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is excessive tension and worry about everyday life events. People with GAD often seem unable to relax or fall asleep and may experience light-headedness, shortness of breath, nausea, trembling, muscle tension, headaches, irritability, or sweating. visit www.sadag.org for more info.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Alcohol and Drug Abuse Can Spike During Stressful Holiday Season

Relebogile spoke to Phil S – A grateful recovering addict about his battle with drugs which started at the age of 13 and how he has managed to remain clean for over 3 years.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi shared whats trending on social media with Relebogile. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o#NeverMyPresident | #Truelove| #Skeemsaam | #TsaOn3 EarlyBreakfast Poll -It has been reported that Public Protector Mkhwebane wants her own team in office.Is this a reasonable request? Results: 121 votes | 50% voted Yes| 50% voted No

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : keeping fit

Gushwell spoke to Tumi about keeping fit this festive season.It can be hard to stay in shape over the holidays between the holiday trips, eating, drinking and family time.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: do people marry their parents

Dr Makgati Would you prefer it if your children dated someone like you?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Road tripping: to rent or not

Is it worth renting a Car for a Long Road Trip cheaper than driving your own?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Dr Spaull on why it doesn’t help to fail students

Education researcher Dr Spaull explains why it doesn’t help to fail pupils with poor maths marks.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Africa Report

1.There is tension in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, after 7 people including a South African UN peacekeeper, a Congolese police officer and five rebels were killed. 2.World steel giant, Arcelor Mittal is slowly winding down operations in Liberia and cutting down on its social spending in country causing worry amongst people and government. 3.Fuel scarcity in Nigeria: Passengers groan as airlines cancel flights over fuel scarcity

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: BRICS Report - BRAZIL

1. Could Brazil lose another president? 2. Marina Silva – the fresh face leading the polls for the 2018 election. 3. Woman of the Year: Dilma Rousseff? How bizarre!

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: U K Report

1). Strikes & More Strikes (some things are grinding slowly to a halt). 2). Poppy Penalties (all 4 UK Football Associations have been fined). 3). The Cluster Bomb Admission (banned British bombs have been used in Yemen). 4). Very Lost Property (some strange missing defence items).

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Great White Shark incident

Adv. Ben Swart spoke about his surf-ski incident with the great white shark at Plettenberg Bay on Monday morning.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: SABC leadership

Mathata Tsedu, Professor at the Wits School of Journalism, spoke about the ruination of Prof Mbulaheni Maguvhe and what is needed to turn around the leadership of the national broadcaster.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: SABC leadership

Micah Reddy from Right2Know campaign, spoke about the resignation of Prof Mbulaheni Maguvhe and what is needed to turn around the leadership of the national broadcaster.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: U S Repoirt

• This is the day the Electoral College makes the U.S. election official. • Donald Trump picks a new Army Secretary. • Dreamcatcher meth in a drug bust.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Effect of drought on farmers

Agri SA has called for relief for struggling farmers in the country due to drought. Despite heavy rains in parts of the country over the past month, Agri SA says that parts of the Northern Cape, Western Cape, Limpopo and the Free State are still experiencing the worst drought in a decade. Mr van Zyl spoke about the effect of drought on farmers and what relief is needed.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Assasination of Andrey Karlov

Umari Stambuli,spoke about the killing of a Russian Ambassador, Andrey Karlov, being shot dead in front of a crowd at a posh art gallery in the capital Ankara.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Weather Trivia

Runners have better brains.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi spoke shared a couple of trending social media topics with Relebogile and the listeners. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #Zsa Zsa Gabor | #TrueLove| #Turkey | #Maguvhe | #CasperChallenge

TALK AT NINE: Fighting Cancer

Professor Michael Herbst, Head of Health at Cancer Association of South Africa’s (CANSA), talking about the different types of cancers and where South Africa is in terms of fighting cancer including answering listeners cancer related queries.

TALK AT NINE: Open Line with Karima Brown

• SACP tripartite stance and presidential succession debate • #SABCInquiry

TALK AT NINE: SABC Inquiry

Vuyo Mvoko, Suspended SABC Senior Journalist, talking about the SABC inquiry and continued threats against journalists.

TALK AT NINE: Kenneth Brown set to leave National Treasury

Kenneth Brown, Outgoing SA’s Chief Procurement Officer at Treasury, talking about the work that he has done in the treasury in the past 19 years and allegations of corruptions that have been labelled against him.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: What is behind the decline of smartwatches?

Jan looked at the latest IDC numbers of smartphones sales and why the decline and whether the reasons are sue to consumer demand or technology?

TALK AT NINE: SACP's Key Resolutions

1. Solly Mapaila, the SACP’s Second Deputy General Secretary, talking about the SACPs key resolutions from its two-day meeting of its Augmented Central Committee (ACC), which ended on Friday.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Prof Maguvhe’s CV in question

Prof Maguvhe’s resignation who is he, where did he go wron and what next for the board?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Maguvhe resigned

SABC board chairperson Dr Mbulaheni Maguvhe has resigned. Maguvhe was the last remaining non-executive board member at the public broadcaster. Last week he appeared before a parliamentary inquiry looking into the board’s fitness to hold office. Maguvhe struggled to account for a number of controversial developments at the public broadcaster, including the firing of eight journalists who questioned editorial policy changes. We speak to SOS to find out what is their thoughts .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Migrant March

The African Diaspora Forum (ADF) marched against Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba today ,following his comments about illegal immigrants. They handed over a memorandum to the MMC this morning. We speak to her about the next move from their side.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Migrant March

Migrant March.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: State of Africa briefing

State of Africa briefing.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: McBride warning statement

McBride warning statement was due today.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Trump on cabinet

Brooks was on the radio to talk about the Trump cabinet .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: DRC Kabila not willing to step down

JJ Was on the radio to talk about the President of Kabila not willing to step down at the end of his term.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Pikitup warns on giving workers Christmas presents

Bulelwa was on the radio to talk about PikIt Up prohibiting their workers receiving or asking for Chirstmas donations.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Amazon delivers first drone package

Arthur was on the radio to talk about the first drone delivery by Amazon.com .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Dompas' to access Saldanha Bay beach

Ilze was on the radio to talk about The ANC has lashed out at the municipality saying the access control is reminiscent of the dompas system during apartheid.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Zuma told ‘bogus union’ to spy on Amcu

Latest on Union spies .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Macbride ordered to send warning statement

Clement was on the radio to talk about the warning statement to the Hawks.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Road Safety

• Interview with Minister of Transport Dipuo Peters, spoke about the Road Safety during the festive season.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: African Diaspora Forum

African Diaspora Forum demand an apology from Herman Mashaba and planned to march to his office because of his reckless remarks about illegal migrants.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending stories on social media. Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #SteveBiko | #Blacchyna | #GogoMoreki EarlyBreakfast Poll -Do you think the media is giving these social media racists far too much airtime? Results: 89 votes | 80% voted Yes| 20% voted No

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Gushwell Brooks

The biggest talker on the show this morning was about the places to visit this holidays. The other issue Gushwell talked about was about the threat made by the new Public Protector. Gushwell also talked about the Initiation schools.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Spiritual Wellness & Motivation Feature: Festive season induced depression

Dr. Dimakatso Maboea, Clinical Psychologist, discusses depression as it manifests during the festive season.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Travel: Department of Home Affairs Operational preparedness for festive season travelers

Director General at the Department of Home Affairs, Mkuseli Apleni, joins us to discuss home affairs’ operational readiness for the influx of people who’ll be visiting home affairs for travel documents.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Travel: Department of Home Affairs Operational preparedness for festive season travelers

Director General at the Department of Home Affairs, Mkuseli Apleni, joins us to discuss home affairs’ operational readiness for the influx of people who’ll be visiting home affairs for travel documents.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Africa Report: Ethiopians and why they don’t celebrate Christmas

Jocelyne Muhutu-Remy, Former Journalist, Pan Africanist & History Enthusiast, joins us to explain why On 25th of December, Christians around the world will be celebrating Christmas; but not in Ethiopia.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Book Review Corner: Coffee table books and gifting books for Festive Season

Andrew Marjoribanks, Managing Director at Wordsworth Books, joins us to review books ideal for gifting during the festive season.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Pick of the week: Post Matric study abroad – International Education Link

Christine Whittaker, Founder and Managing Director of International Edu-link, discusses the possibility of international study for Matriculants, through scholarships facilitated by Edulink.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Parenting: Holiday survival kit essentials

Creative parenting expert, Nikki Bush gives us some insights on how to manage holiday season with the kids to ensure everyone enjoys it.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Health Feature: Part 2 – binge drinking during the festive season

Prof Dennis Viljoen, Chairperson and CEO of the Foundation for Alcohol related Research, talks to us about the dangers of binge drinking during the festive season.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South African Doing great things with Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator

Zimbini Ogle joined us for South Africans Doing great things to talk about some of the work Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator is doing to help youth get employment.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Reflecting on what the Day of Reconciliation really means.

Prof Nieftagodien reflected on what the Day of Reconciliation really means in relation to the recent events like Marikana and #FeesMustFall.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Africa report

1.Authorities in Democratic Republic of Congo have asked telecoms companies to block social media networks from Monday ahead of the day Kabila has to step down. 2.Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari proposes a multi-billion dollar jump in spending designed to lift the nation out of the "most challenging economic period in country. 3. The U.N. children's agency and Malawi's government are teaming up to test whether drones could make aid delivery faster

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS: U K Report

1). An Amazing Fertility First (thanks to British & Danish doctors & scientists). 2). Lord Coe's Athletic Dismay (he's vented his anger at Russian drugs cheats). 3). Unwanted Water Cannon (Britain is selling its newest crowd control trucks).

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Manhattan Brothers Tribute show

Makhaola spoke about the The Manhattan Brothers Tribute show, who are a popular South African acapella group made up of the late founding member and lead singer Nathan ‘Dambuza’ Mdledle, Joe Mogotsi, Ronnie Sehume and Rufus Khoza.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Cat Hotel

Judy spoke about the cat hotel, a boarding facility for cats.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Weather and Trivia

Using truth in negotiations.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Sankofa – Lest We Forget’ A Public Exhibition Defying Reconciliation Day

On the Early Breakfast show this morning relebogile with Zandi Radebe , Curator and event organiser of the Sankofa – Lest We Forget’ Public Exhibition Defying Reconciliation Day. Taking place today in JHB CBD. In commemoration of the Day of Reconciliation, the Blackhouse Kollective is hosting the ‘SANKOFA – LEST WE FORGET’ public exhibition at the corner of Bree and Pixley ka Seme Streets – next to Bree Taxi Rank Today.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Recycle and avoid an unearthly hangover this festive season

Relebogile on the Early Breakfast Show had a chat with with Alan De Haas, Gauteng Regional Manager at Mpact Recycling about Recycling to avoid an unearthly hangover this festive season. The 2016 festive season is well under way. It is a time that people waste more, whether its disposable gift-wrap paper, Christmas cards, gift packaging, decorations on every wall, through to excessive consumption. Reducing, re-using or recycling all that Christmas packaging can make an enormous difference to the environment. for more info: http://www.mpact.co.za/

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: This week in entertainment news

Relebogile got the latest in entertainment news with Kay Selisho, Entertainment Journalist and Digital Content Creator at Zalebs.com 1.Not even Stefano Dimera could survive 2016 2.Hilary Duff fires back amid criticism for kissing her 4-year-old son on the lips 3. Trevor Noah snags most high-profile interview to date- sits down with Barack Obama 4.Kanye West met with Donald Trump and the internet went crazy 5.Alan Thicke (Robin Thicke's dad) died earlier this week 6.Johnny Depp's ex wife writes open letter about abuse following divorce settlement

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trending topics on social media this morning: Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #Thingsthatshouldbeleftin2016 | #FarewellJohn | #SAHiphopAwards EarlyBreakfast Poll -Do you think it’s okay to demand an apology from someone

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open line with Aubrey Masango

• Farewell messages for John Robbie • Reconciliation Day – what it means to you? • Is it possible to forgive and forget? • Absent father and roles of fathers to their sons • SASSA grant issues clarification on what will happen

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open line with Aubrey Masango

• Farewell messages for John Robbie • Reconciliation Day – what it means to you? • Is it possible to forgive and forget? • Absent father and roles of fathers to their sons • SASSA grant issues clarification on what will happen

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open line with Aubrey Masango

• Farewell messages for John Robbie • Reconciliation Day – what it means to you? • Is it possible to forgive and forget? • Absent father and roles of fathers to their sons • SASSA grant issues clarification on what will happen

REDI TLHABI: Demoted Western Cape top cops want their jobs back

Jeremy Veary explains why he and Peter Jacobs decided to take the police minister and national police commissioner to the Labour Court.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Fitness from inside out

Aubrey spoke to Francois Jordaan, fitness instructor, about fitness from inside out.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Fitness from inside out

Aubrey spoke to Marina Botha, Holistic Healer, about fitness from inside out.

REDI TLHABI: The Literature Corner: Mandla Langa on Baldwin

Well known South African writer Mandla Langa joined Eusebius in studio to pay tribute to the legacy of American author and essayist James Baldwin.

REDI TLHABI: Eusibius' wrap of 2016

Lebo, Radio 702's regular caller wraps ups 2016's top stories.

REDI TLHABI: Eusibius' wrap of 2016

Koketso, Radio 702's regular caller wraps ups 2016's top stories.

REDI TLHABI: Eusibius' wrap of 2016

Sarashni, Radio 702's regular caller wraps ups 2016's top stories.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Haiti working on being a permanent member of the African Union.

Africa for Haiti in Solidarity Movement – rebuilding Haiti, where others have failed, Haiti working on being a permanent member of the African Union.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: 2016: The Year the World went crazy

Brooks Spector contemplates the shambles of a year now about to end and attempts to identify “winners” and “losers” as we close out on 2016.

THE MONEY SHOW: Brutal BizQuiz

A special edition Brutal BizQuiz to remember 2016.

THE MONEY SHOW: Highlights of 2016

We replay some highlights of 2016.

THE MONEY SHOW: Personal Finance Feature

Mistakes investors mustn't make now.

THE MONEY SHOW: Money Show FAQs

Do markets ever close? What continues to trade? How do the holidays work?

THE MONEY SHOW: Highlights of 2016

We replay some highlights of 2016.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Gary gives an update of the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: US Fed raises rate

George explains why the rand fell.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: More Shootings in Westbury

After the latest shootings again in the community of Westbury ,we speak to the MEC about what more can be done to create more arrests and handle the drug trade in the community .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Last day of SABC board inquiry

Last day of SABC board inquiry.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: NSFAS new deadline

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme has announced that it will reopen application processes to allow more students to apply for higher education funding in 2017

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Latest on SABC Inquiry

Gaye was on the radio to talk about the SABC Inquiry .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: US hikes rate

Sasha was on the radio to talk about the US hike rate and how it will impact the Rand .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: University Fees: CT wants those earning 600k to pay fees increment

Ashley was on the radio to talk about the University fee increase at UCT.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: NSFAS on student funding

Kagiso was on the radio to talk about the NSFAS student funding

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SABC Inquiry

William was on the radio to talk about the SABC inquiry .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Zuma's son using Gupta jet

Gia was on the radio to talk about Duduzane Zuma using the Gupta family jet .

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Graduate options beyond the job search

Relebogile on the Early Breakfast Show had a chat with Dr Gillian Mooney, Teaching and Learning Manager at The Independent Institute of Education about Graduate options beyond the job search. Dr Mooney shared a few tips on how new graduates can increase their chances of finding employment.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: NYDA CURBS YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT with the Launch of BUDDi Box

Relebogile had a chat with The CEO of the National Youth Development Agency about their recent partnership with the City of Ekurhuleni in rolling out a life changing entrepreneurship development program called Buddibox. BuddiBox is the flagship entrepreneur development programme for the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA), focused on Youth Entrepreneur Development. BuddiBox provides youth who enter into the program with training, mentoring, business services and relevant technology platforms to run and operate a business.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looked at some of the trends on social media. He also revealed the results of the Twitter Poll. Social media trends with Producer Clive Moagi -Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #FreeBonginkosiKhanyile | #Reconciliation | #FaithMuthumbi| #DearSABC EarlyBreakfast Poll -Would you say that if #Apartheid didn't happen there would be less crime in the country?@RelebogileM Results: 145 votes | 66% voted Yes| 34% voted No

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open line with Aubrey Masango

• Faith Muthambi says she knew nothing about Hlaudi acting as a law upon himself • Are you happy to have Faith Muthambi as a representative of govt? • Reports on Children’s rights and how they’re being violated • How should we start the conversation about money with our kids?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Financial Literacy 2016

Aubrey spoke to Stewart Dando, Investment Specialist from Attool talking about a summary of financial year for 2016.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Financial Literacy 2016

Aubrey spoke to Thabo Nxumalo, Author, about a summary of financial year for 2016.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Money Matters on understanding endowments policies.

Harry Joffe helped explain misconceptions around endowments policies for our Money Matters.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Kenneth Brown to part ways

After much speculation, treasury announced today that Brown had expressed his intention to leave the government’s finance office in June to pursue a lucrative career opportunity in the private sector. But there is still a lot of controversy with the Hawks still investigating allegations around the payment of two properties.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Prince Mokotedi case

Mokotedi cases of Treason and espionage claims.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Faith Muthambi to face Parliament

SABC inquiry ,Muthambi in the hot seat.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Nuclear Deal given go ahead

Ted was on the radio to talk about the approval of the Nuclear deal.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: US Federal rate

Xhanti was on the radio to talk about the US federal rate.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Warning on bogus higher educatio institutions

Dr. Shaheeda was on the radio to explain how to identify bogus colleges and universities.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: SABC inquiry

Gaye was on the radio to talk about the SABC inquiry .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Latest accusation on Ipid, Prince Mokotedi latest

Barry gave the latest on Prince Mokotedi Affidavit .

REDI TLHABI: Dr Eve's Sex Toy party 2016

Dr Eve tantalizers her listeners with her gifting wish list of the sexiest sauciest sex toys for the year.

REDI TLHABI: Entrepreneur Corner-Sbu Skinny Socks

Eusebius speaks to founder and designer of Sbu Skinny Socks, Sbu Ngwenya, about his entrepreneurial journey thus far and his upcoming plans.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Soldiers remain following Jammeh’s electoral loss 2. Kenya president indicates Nairobi may reconsider its ICC membership 3. On-going political dialogue as Kabila’s D-day nears

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Empire actor, Omari joins John in studio

American TV series, Empire actor Morocco Omari, who plays the FBI agent believed to be the person who will take down Lucious, was in studio to chat to John about his new role on third season of Empire and why he is in the country.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. .2 Wheeled Crime: Scotland Yard reports a dramatic rise in moped attacks 2. A sudden wave of strike action begins to bite 3. A City Of Spires: London gets the nod for even more skyscrapers

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Mokotedi on charges against McBride

Nine charges, including treason and conspiracy to murder, have been laid against the Independent Police Investigative Directorate’s Robert McBride, former top Hawk Shadrack Sibiya, private investigator Paul O’Sullivan and a crime intelligence officer by Gauteng Hawks Boss Prince Mokotedi. Mokotedi spoke to John to elaborate on why these charges were laid.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Trump makes his pick for Secretary of State 2. Obama: Racism, slavery goes on in America 3. A family's struggle to keep its property

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Round up of the SABC Inquiry into the fitness of the SABC board

SABC Inquiry into the fitness of the SABC board continued yesterday with SABC Secretary who was considered key witness and the board chair Mbulaheni Maguvhe testifying. EWN Parliamentary Reporter, Gaye Davis spoke to John to give a round-up of what happened yesterday.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The weather report

Viruses may affect men more severely than women

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Clinicians trained to deliver HIV services to highly stigmatized communities in Africa

A training initiative for clinicians and community workers who deliver life-saving HIV services to communities facing hostility and prejudice, was launched last week. Relebogile spoke to Glenn de Swardt, Global Programmes Manager at Anova to hear more about this initiative.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking a look at what’s in the Times Newspaper today

Relebogile looked at Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi shared a few Hashtags that are trending on social media. Social media trends with Producer Clive Moagi -Twitter, Facebook & Instagram o #TheDailyShow | #Kanye | #IfApartheidDidNotHappen | #Pirates EarlyBreakfast Poll -Do you think that JHB Mayor Herman Mashaba should apologise for his statements relating to illegal foreign nationals ? Results: 287 votes | 30% voted Yes| 70% voted No

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open line with Aubrey Masango

• Illegal immigrants in South Africa. • Xenophobia vs Afrophobia. • What is the difference between a state funeral and a state sponsored funeral? • #SABCInquiry fiasco.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Compulsory tips and Lay-byes

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Writer at Times Media, about compulsory tips at restaurants and lay-byes in stores.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Department of Higher Education and Training requests the public to report unregistered Private Colleges.

Bogus/Scam tertiary institutions, were already seeing a lot of placards on the road advertising some of them

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Home Affairs response to New Zealand's visa regulations

Home Affairs response to New Zealanders new regulations requiring visas from South Africans visiting their country.

THE MONEY SHOW: Closer look at increasing food prices - Shrinkfion

Viccy tries to makes sense on why stores increasses food prices and reduce products by the same time. This is also known as "Shrinkflation."

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Wayne analyses the market and top business stories of the day

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Wayne analyses the market and top business stories of the day

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Lanseria Plane Crash

We find out what happened with the Airplane crash at Lanseria today.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: EWN News Round up

Thando Khubeka shares a her top stories of the year .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SABC inquiry continues with Maguvhe

SABC inquiry continues with Prof Maguvhe.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: ANC veterans press briefing

ANC veterans press briefing.

REDI TLHABI: Dr Schomer-'Taking Stock' of the year

Prior to making our goals for the next year, it is incredibly important to review and evaluate the year that is behind you. Dr Schomer takes us through some of the questions you'll need to ask yourself as you plan for the year to come.

REDI TLHABI: Are black dads absent?

Eusebius reaches out to listeners to share their stories and experiences about being a father in South Africa. We also welcomed calls from listeners who shared their stories of times spent with their dads.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: First Rand's International Scholarships for postgraduates

Beth spoke about an opportunity for postgraduate students to apply for First Rand's International Scholarships at top universities abroad.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. UN Security Council demands Gambia's Jammeh hand over power 2. Agency defers Somali presidential election 3. Amina Mohammed has been appointed as the new deputy UN Secretary General

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: BRICS Report: China

1. Boeing fears Trump fallout over China 2. Chinese President Xi Jinping to attend Davos meeting in January 3. China establishes its first overseas military base – in Africa!

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. Moves Against Anti-Semitism (including the banning of an extremist group). 2. Warm Fish (signs that climate change could harm our national dish). 3. Football's Fuddy Duddies (5 former football bosses call for changes). 4. Britain's Okdest Footballer (an 81 year old's search for a new club).

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Former SABC board member on Hlaudi Motsoeneng

Former SABC Board Member Krish Naidoo had previously warned about the illegal appointment of Hlaudi Motsoeneng. He spoke to Africa to give perspective on governance on the SABC, challenges and whether is this the end for Hlaudi Motsoeneng.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Mathematics crisis needs intervention

Independent Education Consultant and Former Director-General of the Department of Basic Education, Bobby Soobrayan spoke to Africa about the crisis in the teaching and learning of mathematics in South Africa and urgent intervention is needed.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. CIA report: Russian Hackers tried to impact the U.S. election 2. Trump criticizes the Air Force F-35 fighter jet contract costs 3. A little boy dies in Santa's arms

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Charges against South African Revenue Services (Sars) Commissioner Tom Moyane

Africa spoke to Corruption Watch Executive Director, David Lewis about the nature of the charges against South African Revenue Services (Sars) Commissioner Tom Moyane, the timing and whether it does not overlap with SARS’ internal processes.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Weather Report

Monkeys should be able to speak but haven't developed the brain for it

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Local author working to inspire children & preserve wildlife through story telling

Relebogile spoke to Author & illustrator Dharmisha Cvetkovic who’se working to inspire children & preserve wildlife through story telling. She has just released her latest book, Geza and the Bee which is a children's book inspired by the current crisis surrounding the world's rhinos and bees. This exciting release is in time for a Christmas gift that will give a present to ensure the presence of our wildlife for all time. The children's book Geza & The Bee is inspired by the current crisis surrounding the world's rhino's and bees.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Latest SA Comedy Film " Keeping up with the Kandasamys"

Relebogile had a chat with award winning producer Helene Spring about her new film “ Keeping up with the Kandasamys. From the producers of Hard to Get and Happiness is a Four-Letter Word - one of South Africa’s most successful films - comes an all new, rib-tickling, two-sided family comedy affair, directed and co-written by Durban filmmaker Jayan Moodley produced by award-winning duo Helena Spring and the late Junaid Ahmed and co-writer, Rory Booth. This film has something for everyone. The universal story of neighbourhood rivalry, our desperate need for acceptance and the climb for perceived societal success, is something which touches everyone the world over

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi shared a list of some of the trends on social media Social media trends with Producer Clive Moagi Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #SABCInquiry | #Minnie | #Motsoeneng | #Messi | #Ballondor2016

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open line with Aubrey Masango

• The Parliamentary Ad hoc committee on the #SABCInquiry • Inquiries of whether people are fit to hold office • Western Cape High court has firing Hlaudi Motsoeneng • Will it be practical to remove Hlaudi from the SABC even after the court ruling? • MKVet awards to commemorate some comrades • #FeesMustFall and the state of education in South Africa

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Memorable political stories of 2016

Aubrey spoke to Lukhona Mnguni, independent political analyst, about the 5 most memorable political stories of the year.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Issues around the compensating families of the Marikana victims

The Presidency announced on Sunday that government is ready to compensate families of the Marikana victims, we looked at the reasons to.

THE MONEY SHOW: Make Money Mondays - Jabu Mabuza

Jabu tells Bruce how he invests and saves his money.

THE MONEY SHOW: Book reviews of the year

1. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport 2. The Industries of the Future by Alec Ross 3. The Founder's Mentality: How to Overcome the Predictable Crises of Growth by Chris Zook, James Allen 4. The 100-Year Life: Living and working in an age of longevity by Lynda Gratton, Andrew Scott 5. The New Manager: How to become a leader in 52 simple steps by Steven Jacobs 6. Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction by Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardner

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Wrap

Arthur analyses the market and top business stories of the day.

THE MONEY SHOW: Corruption Watch lays criminal charges against SARS boss Tom Moyane

David explains by Corruption Watch laid criminal charges against SARS boss Tom Moyane.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Hlaudi told to not return to work

The court today ruled that Hlaudi Motsoeneng was not entitled to occupy any position at SABC until a damning 2014 report by the public protector is set aside or new disciplinary processes against him are finalised. The court said the initial disciplinary hearing that cleared Motsoeneng of any wrongdoing was wholly inadequate.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: DA attorney says Hlaudi is not an employer

DA attorney Elzaan Jonker also speaks to us about their next step and their victory in court today .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Death toll rises in Life Esidimeni case

The Health Ombudsman has still not finished the investigation into the deaths of almost 40 psychiatric patients who died after being transferred from Life Esidimeni into the care of NGOs earlier this year. The death toll has risen to 39 victims and still no answers to what and who is responsible .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: EWN News Round up

Masa takes us through her biggest stories of the year .

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Maths Indaba

Education department Maths Indaba.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SABC Inquiry

SABC Inquiry continues today in Parliament.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Tv producer desrcibes Turkey bomb attack

Phillip was on the radio to talk about the Turkey bomb blast .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Lawyer of Hurlingham residents

Hurlingham residents lawyer against removal of boom gates in community .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Residents feel hard done by JRA over boom gates

Lisa was on the radio to respond to Residents who feel hard done by JRA over boom gates .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: MKMVA on nominating controversial people on awards list

Kebby was on the radio to talk b the MKMVA awards which have controversial people on the list .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Latest Marikana

Gia gave the latest into Marikana .

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Land claim ruling

land claims court ruled that that the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform appoint a “Special Master of Labour Tenants” to oversee the claims by labourers that want to own the land that they’ve worked on for decades. It’s a major win for the Association for Rural Advancement

THE MIDDAY REPORT: Tshwane Mayor on 100 days

Barry was on the radio to talk about the 100 days in office for Tshwane mayor .

REDI TLHABI: Family Matters : Family Tradition.

Khosi Jiyane and Eusebius spoke about the importance of family traditions and how they affect family relationships.

REDI TLHABI: Technobyte with Aki

Aki spoke to Eusebius about the best Gadget gifts for 2016.

REDI TLHABI:

Director of Target Group Index of Southern Africa Maria Petousis about the how emotions attached to certain brands is linked to what consumers buy.

REDI TLHABI: Readiness of higher education institution for 2017 Intake.

Deputy Director General in the Dept. of Higher Education and Training Dr Diane Parker spoke to Eusebius about the increased demand for higher education and the 2017 enrollment plan.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Jammeh rejects outcome of the Gambian election 2. Ghana President John Mahama concedes defeat, sparking opposition joy 3. Tragedy in Nigeria and Egypt this weekend at churches

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. The Prime Minister's Trousers: A political ding dong over a pair of slacks 2. A New Drink Drive Warning: The danger of motoring the morning after 3. Captain Calamity: A veteran British pilot is foiled trying to fly to South Africa

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Compensation of Marikana families

Police Minister’s Spokesperson, Sandile Ngidi spoke to Africa, following Presidency’s announcement on the compensation of families of the Marikana victims, four years after the massacre.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US Report

1. Big snowstorm hits mid-west problems for air travel 2. Future of the Democrats according to Joe Biden 3. Bill Proposed to allow government tracking devices in people

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: How to put up additions to your property legally

Architectural technologist, Andre responded to a question by a caller regarding the rights to out up a cottage on his property legally.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Marikana police officers facing charges

President of the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (Popcru), Zizamele Cebekhulu spoke to Africa to react to the news of several police officers facing murder or attempted murder charges for the Marikana massacre.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Weather Report

How we breathe effects our memory and alertness

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Whats's trending on Social media

Producer Clive Moagi looaked at some of the social media trends this morning. Social media trends with Producer Clive Moagi -Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #Moscolo | #Sundowns | #RichList | #Atul | Sfisosfuneral

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line with Aubrey Masango

The Biggest talker on the show this morning was about the 20% pass mark for maths. Aubrey asked listeners what they make of the retrenchments reports in SANDF. Deaths of young people at initiation schools. Aubrey also talked about the killing of 60 people after a church in Nigeria collapsed.

TALK AT NINE: Using your holidays to relax

Charissa Bloomberg, Registered Psychologist, talking ways to use your holidays to relax and come back rejuvenated.

TALK AT NINE: Curbing carnage in our roads

Howard Dembovsky, National Chairman of Justice Project SA, talking about whether govt is doing enough to curb the carnages in our roads.

TALK AT NINE: Festive season road carnage

Simon Zwane, Spokesperson for Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC, talking about their plans on how to curb road carnage this festive season.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Travel :Topic: air travel during the festive season

Phemelo spoke to the General Manager OR Tambo International Airport Bongiwe Pityi about using a plane to travel and what to expect at the airport.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Topic: African report: Gambia election

Phemelo spoke to Former Journalist, Pan Africanist & History Enthusiast Jocelyne Muhutu-Remy about the Gambia President about changing his mind on conceding the election defeat.

SUNDAY EARLY: Entrepreneurship

Que spoke to Phumlani about how red tape stifles entrepreneurship in South Africa.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Golden Bean Music Awards

Wasanga spoke to Azola about the Golden Bean Music Awards in Mangaung, Bloemfontein. With the theme for this year’s concept being “Dare To Differ” it promises to deliver more unseen talents and acts, including orchestras, choirs and live bands and interesting collaborations the whole festivities through.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Book Review Corner : Festive season reads for Children.

African children’s story author, story teller , poet playwright Gcina Mhlophe shared with Phemelo different holiday reads for Kids.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Car Feature : Mercedes Benz GLC

Phemelo and Car blogger Phakamile Mzimela revied the Mercedes Benz GLC .

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Pick of the Week : Instant Camera rental.

Instant Camera rental owner Frank Daubenton spoke to Phemelo about the online camera rental service where you could hire a camera to capture the holiday moments.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Parenting Feature With Nikki Bush : Making road trips enjoyable for the entire family.

Creative Parenting expert Nikki Bush gave out tips on how to make road trips enjoyable.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Lead SA: Truck of Love Just footprint foundation.

Phemelo spoke to the Lead SA Hero of the Week Driector of Just footprints foundation Lindy Nieuwenhuizen about her foundation and how she helps disadvantaged people.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Lead SA: Truck of Love Just footprint foundation.

Phemelo spoke to the Lead SA Hero of the Week Driector of Just footprints foundation Lindy Nieuwenhuizen about her foundation and how she helps disadvantaged people.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Food, glorious food , Culinary books.

Food Critic Anna Trapido and Phemelo reviewed a culinary book called Eat Ting that touches on how eat to gain or lose weight.

Weekend Breakfast with Phemelo Motene: Health Feature : 4 part series on festive season related health issues ,Part 1 – over eating during the festive .

Phemelo and Registered dietician and lecturer university of Pretoria’s department of human nutrition Vanessa Kotze spoke about over eating during the festive season on part 1 of the four part series.

SATURDAY EARLY: Brain Basics

Errol spoke to Cari about how our brain works. Cari talked about how our minds work to keep old stories alive through confirmation bias, selective processing, deletions and distortions.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Drive Dry campaign

With the festive season fast upon us and as thousands of South Africans gear up for holiday travel this December, Diageo South Africa has timeously launched its 2017 Drive Dry campaign – which aims to shock South Africans into thinking twice about getting behind the wheel drunk.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: 6 reasonably prized local travel destinations.

With the festive season around the corner, The Travel Manual helped look at reasonably prized local travel destinations.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: 6 reasonably prized local travel destinations.

With the festive season around the corner, The Travel Manual helped look at reasonably prized local travel destinations.

THE MONEY SHOW: Friday Favourites

Join us for some highlights of the week as well as the Brrrutal BizQuiz.

THE MONEY SHOW: Market Commentary

Viv talked about the latest market movements and company news.

THE MONEY SHOW: Twelve months since Nene-gate

Rob took us through the last year since Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene was removed.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mall Security

As we approach the festive season ,we have recently seen an upsurge in Mall Heists across the country .Mall security has been increased in some shopping malls but the question is ,are there enough police in the vicinity and how ready are they for this festive season.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW:

A well know cheap drug is sweeping across townships known as Nyaope. While prosecutions on these drug lords often don’t get caught children and adults are getting hooked .One of the concerns with the rapid increase in drugs is that there are not enough rehab facilities available to help users wanting to get clean . Today a new and first half way house has been opened by Social development in Mamelodi in Pretoria to cater for the surrounding areas and communities

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: EWN news Round up

EWN ROUND UP with Online Editor Sheldon Morais.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Truck of Love

Truck of Love : Founder and chairman Anne Ebrahim Angel’s Baby Sanctuary Contact 081 049 6228 to volunteer or to donate.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sifiso Ncwane memorial

Sifiso Ncwane memorial ,Grace bible church.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Post cabinet briefing

Post cabinet briefing.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SABC board inquiry continues

SABC board inquiry continues .

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Former Maths teacher offering lessons

Retired Maths teacher, Charlie called to lambast the decision to make 20% the pass rate for mathematics. He is offering lessons.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: 58 Seconds with Hugh Fraser

Hugh Fraser reviewed the movies --- Inferno, Edge of Seventeen and United Kingdom.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The Africa Report

1. Ghana President and the main Opposition leader Neck And Neck as Ballots Counted and main parties claim their candidates are winning. 2. Zimbabwe Finance Minister, Patrick Chinamasa delivers 2016 with the fiscal budget deficit to widen to $1.18 billion, nearly eight times more than it forecast a year ago. 3. The African Union, is organising the first ever debate on leadership bringing together the 5 main candidates running for the Presidency of the African Union African Union.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The UK Report

1. Deaths In Northern Ireland (army shootings could all be re-investigated). 2. War Games Claims (Boris Johnson has a tilt at Saudi Arabia & Iran). 3. Daddy Jagger (the old Rolling Stone has sired another child).

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: 20 percent mathematics pass

Director-General of the Department of Basic Education, Matanzima Mweli spoke to John to give clarity about the Special Condonation Dispensation which allows Grade 7 to 9 learners to pass the year if they obtained 20 percent for mathematics.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The US report

1. US Life expectancy down 2. Quake off the coast of California 3. Santa's advice to a chubby kid

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Unoccupied Frankenwald property

Wits Property Programme Director, Taffy Adler spoke to John about the unoccupied piece of land adjacent to Alex owned by Wits University.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: The weather report

Training plants to change their behavior

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Talking 'Sigh the beloved country' & Abantu Book Festival with Bongani Madondo

Relebogile had a chat with Award Winning Author and Culture Critic Bongani Madondo about his book “Sigh the beloved country “, his Luncheon taking place this Sunday on Vilakazi Street