THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Denel unable to pay salaries

State-owned arms dealer Denel does not have enough money to pay its staff their December salaries. The Democratic Alliance says it wants an urgent update from Denel on the financial affairs of the state-owned entity.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Khoisan group still at the Union Buildings

The Khoisan have been camping outside the Union Buildings since 30 November, with the a memorandum of grievances demanding their language be an official language, that they be recognised as the first citizens of the country, and to stop the move to scrap coloureds. Chief Khoisan SA spoke to Stephen and said they met with Minister Jeff Radebe, who said the President will only meet them in January 2018.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: International Crimes Bill tabled in Parliament

The International Crimes Bill has been tabled before Parliament. This bill will allow for South Africa's withdrawal from the International Criminal Court. In April, the High Court in Pretoria ordered government to revoke its notice to withdrawn from the ICC. Stephen spoke to the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Michael Masutha, who explained why South Africa wants to withdraw from the ICC.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: President Jacob Zuma loses bid to stop the release of state capture report

A full bench in the High Court ordered President Zuma to personally pay the costs of his failed bid to stop the release of the Public Protector’s state capture report. Judge Dustan Mlambo described the president as reckless, that he abused the judicial process and showed disregard for the constitutional duties of the Public Protector. Stephen spoke to Justice Zak Yacoob who said the ANC must stop the President from appealing this ruling.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Who is in the board of Steinhoff?

Viceroy, the American investment research company, released a report which shows that Steinhoff used several offbalance sheet vehicles to artificially inflate earnings. How is the Steinhoff corruption scandal tied to the businesses associated with its shareholders?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Who is in the board of Steinhoff?

Viceroy, the American investment research company, released a report which shows that Steinhoff used several offbalance sheet vehicles to artificially inflate earnings. How is the Steinhoff corruption scandal tied to the businesses associated with its shareholders?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Minister Small Business Development on the achievements of her department in the last year

Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu yesterday briefed media on the achievements of her department in the last year. She also spoke about how Radical Economic Transformation can deal with the racially skewed small business ecosystem, and help small businesses access markets. And of course, said she is backing Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as next ANC president.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Ace Magashule re-elected at ANC Free State Conference

The ANC's national leadership has endorsed the Free State ANC elective conference which re-elected Ace Magashule unopposed, saying that the gathering was held "within the spirit of the ANC". The party also says that it will defend the Free State elective conference against any court action to avoid disputes in the province spilling over to the national gathering at Nasrec.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: FEDUSA meets with PIC over Steinhoff scandal

FEDUSA yesterday met with the PIC about the Steinhoff matter. Stephen spoke to its General-Secretary, Dennis George, who said the Steinhoff story is the biggest scandal to hit SA and asked why the CFO has not been fired when the CEO had stepped down. The company's share price plummeted last week amid concerns about possible fraud that's cost pensioners dearly.

TALK AT NINE: Abantu Book Festival took place this weekend

It’s the second year of the ground-breaking Abantu Book Festival, and it is bigger, better and even more relevant to the African context. The Abantu Book Festival is on from 7-10 December 2017 at the Eyethu Lifestyle Centre and Soweto Theatre.

TALK AT NINE: Corruption Watch calling for collective corruption fight

Corruption Watch says a collaborative approach is needed to combat corruption on all levels. The group says it has received more reports about corruption this year than in previous years with over 5,000 complaints reaching its offices. Yesterday, marked International Anti-Corruption Day which was launched by the united nations in 2003. Corruption Watch's Zola Valashiya says broader and more cohesive action is needed to combat corruption.

TALK AT NINE: Black Sash reacts to new Sassa and Sapo deal

The South African Post Office (Sapo) and the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) have reached a “landmark agreement” on a new grants payment system, Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Jeff Radebe announced on Sunday. Black Sash reacts to the new deal

TALK AT NINE: IFP welcomes the new Sassa and Sapo deal

The South African Post Office (Sapo) and the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) have reached a “landmark agreement” on a new grants payment system, Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Jeff Radebe announced on Sunday. IFP reacts to this new deal

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Third acting CEO appointed at PRASA

Stephen spoke to the newly appointed acting CEO of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa, Cromet Molepo. To paint the situation at PRASA, he used the analogy that it is like driving on the road that is under construction, they are losing an average of 80 coaches across the country every month due to vandalism, and arson, they are staff shortage. He said his priority would be the upgrading of the infrastructure, provide protection for commuters, increase human resources, engaging with stake-holders, and SAPS to combat crime.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Steinhoff's financial problems could impact on public servants' pension funds

The Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), directly, through its holdings managed by the Public Investment Corporation, and indirectly, through parts of its investments will be the largest loser behind Christo Wiese. Stephen spoke to the Deputy General Manager of the Public Servants Association, Tahir Maepa, who said the PIC is not investing in the interests of public servants and the PSA should play a key oversight role in how funds are invested.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BLSA responds to Steinhoff International scandal

Allegations of round tripping, inflating earnings and financial irregularities at Steinhoff International have emerged, costing its Chairperson, Christo Wiese, R28 billion. Just how corrupt is Corporate South Africa?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BLSA responds to Steinhoff International scandal

Allegations of round tripping, inflating earnings and financial irregularities at Steinhoff International have emerged, costing its Chairperson, Christo Wiese, R28 billion. Just how corrupt is Corporate South Africa?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sugar tax comes into law

The National Council of Provinces (NCOP) has passed the tax on sugary drinks. The sugar tax forms part of the Rates and Monetary Amounts and Revenue Law Amendment Bill. Aviva spoke Stephen about the implementation of the sugar tax which comes in effect 1 April 2018.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: 78% of Grade 4 learners are illiterate

SA has been ranked last out of 50 countries in a 2016 study of grade 4 children. Four out of five Grade 4 children in SA cannot comprehend what they read, that is 78% of the pupils are illiterate, according to an international literacy study. Stephen spoke to Professor Brahm Fleisch from the Wits School of Education who said many teachers were struggling to implement the curriculum.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: MEC Panyaza Lesufi meets with Bryn-Evan Primary parents

The Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi met with protesting parents from the Bryn-Evan Primary School. He spoke to Stephen to give an update, and said action will be taken against officials who ignored complaints from the parents.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Dr. Mathews Phosa taking Mpumalanga ANC PEC to court

Dr. Mathews Phosa taking the ANC PEC in Mpumalanga to court for alleged corruption. He told Stephen that he had evidence showing that branch members were influenced to vote in a particular manner.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Lawyer says Danisa Baloyi is innocent

Stephen also spoke to the lawyer representing Danisa Baloyi, suspended President of the Black Business Council, Lesley Ramulifho, who said his client also did not know what happened to the donation.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Black Business Council suspends its President over missing R5 million

The Black Business Council has suspended its President Danisa Baloyi over a missing R5 million that was donated by ACSA. Stephen spoke to the Black Business Council’s General Secretary, George Sebulela, who confirmed that ACSA had donated R5 million into their account, but BBC has not received the funds yet.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Cassper Nyovest makes history: Fills up FNB Stadium

Rapper Cassper Nyovest has made history, becoming the first South African rapper to fill up the FNB stadium. He spoke to Stephen about the work that went into putting the show together.

TALK AT NINE: Unpacking PGCs nomination of NDZ and Ramaphosa

Vukani Mde, Political Analyst, unpacked the outcome of the KwaZulu-Natal ANC provincial general council (PGC) which nominated Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as the province’s preferred presidential candidate. Dlamini-Zuma got 433 branch nominations, while Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa received 193 nominations.

TALK AT NINE: Unpacking PGCs nomination of NDZ and Ramaphosa

Ebrahim Fakir, Political Analyst and Director of Programmes at the Auwal Socio Economic Research Institute (ASRI), unpacked the outcome of the KwaZulu-Natal ANC provincial general council (PGC) which nominated Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as the province’s preferred presidential candidate. Dlamini-Zuma got 433 branch nominations, while Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa received 193 nominations.

TALK AT NINE: ANC KZN backs Dlamini-Zuma and ANC Gauteng back Ramaphosa

Today the KZN ANC hosted their provincial General Council and Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has been named as their preferred party president securing 433 votes whilst Cyril Ramaphosa received 193 votes. In Gauteng, the African National Congress has chosen Cyril Ramaphosa for the post of ANC president. Mdumiseni Ntuli, ANC KZN Spokesperson, joined Karima for a discussion on their provincial nominations.

TALK AT NINE: ANC KZN backs Dlamini-Zuma and ANC Gauteng back Ramaphosa

Today the KZN ANC hosted their provincial General Council and Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has been named as their preferred party president securing 433 votes whilst Cyril Ramaphosa received 193 votes. In Gauteng, the African National Congress has chosen Cyril Ramaphosa for the post of ANC president. Nkenke Kekana, ANC Gauteng Provincial Executive Head of Communications, joined Karima for a discussion on their provincial nominations.

TALK AT NINE: Multichoice, Naspers and ANN7 Saga continues

Yunus Carrim, Former Communications Minister and Chairperson of Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance, spoke about how Naspers shares fell down with regards to the news that MultiChoice has been accused of paying millions to the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and ANN7, formerly owned by the Guptas, in exchange for political influence in the ongoing digital migration saga.

TALK AT NINE: Multichoice, Naspers and ANN7 Saga continues

William Bird, Executive Director Media Monitoring, spoke about how Naspers shares fell down with regards to the news that MultiChoice has been accused of paying millions to the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and ANN7, formerly owned by the Guptas, in exchange for political influence in the ongoing digital migration saga.

TALK AT NINE: Multichoice, Naspers and ANN7 Saga continues

David Lewis, Executive Director of Corruption Watch, spoke about how Naspers shares fell down with regards to the news that MultiChoice has been accused of paying millions to the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) and ANN7, formerly owned by the Guptas, in exchange for political influence in the ongoing digital migration saga.

TALK AT NINE: Eskom Inquiry to resume

Natasha Mazzone, DA shadow minister of public enterprises and member of the Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises, spoke about possible testimony that will be received by the Committee from the Eskom board and suspended CFO Mr. Anoj Singh.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Joggers not safe on SA roads

A jogger was knocked over and killed by a passing car on Saturday afternoon in Roodepoort‚ Johannesburg. The woman‚ aged in her 30s‚ was jogging on Hendrik Potgieter Road in Florida. Saul Levin, the Chairperson at Rocky Road Runners spoke to Stephen about the safety of runners on the road.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Gauteng ANC backs Cyril Ramaphosa

The Gauteng ANC general council resolved that the party’s national leadership needs to be increased with an additional deputy president and deputy secretary general. Cyril Ramaphosa won by a landslide, receiving 374 of the votes and Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma 64. Spokesperson Nkenke Kekana said the ANC will be sending a united delegation to Gauteng, and will work with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma should she win.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The weather acting odd lately

The weather service says Gauteng will experience more thunderstorms from this afternoon through the weekend. This past week we have been experiencing strange weather across the country. From the drought in the Western Cape; snowfall in parts of the Eastern Cape and Free State; flash foods in Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal, and a general fluctuation in temperatures. Stephen spoke to the Professor of Ecology System at Wits University, Professor Bob Scholes, who said the latest odd weather is consistent with the fact that the climate is changing.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: ANC Mpumalanga to hold its Provincial General Council meeting

Stephen spoke to ANC spokesperson in Mpumalanga, Sasekani Manzini, ahead of its provincial general council where it’s expected to consolidate branch nominations for the party’s leadership race later this month.

TALK AT NINE: Koko alleges Mantashe's daughter was beneficiary of Kusile corruption

Sikonathi Mantshantsha, Financial Mail Deputy Editor, spoke to Karima about ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe's daughter Mbasa Mantashe being a beneficiary of the corruption at Kusile, along with Eskom's former contracts manager France Hlakudi and executives Abram Masango, and Frans Sithole.

TALK AT NINE: ANC leadership in KZN lives on to fight another day

Dr Lawrence Dube, ANC councillor, one of the chief applicants in the High Court case against the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal, spoke about the fate of the ANC's KwaZulu-Natal leadership is still not known‚ and has again been left in the hands of Pietermaritzburg High Court judges who will now decide whether they vacate office or not.

TALK AT NINE: #PRASALeaks

Themba Godi, Chairperson of Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa), spoke to Karima about a report submitted to SCOPA by #Unite behind activist Zackie Achmat exposing the state of capture in Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA).

TALK AT NINE: Deadline looms for Zuma to tell NPA why he should not be prosecuted

Barry Bateman, EWN Senior Reporter, spoke to Karima about President Jacob Zuma having until the end of the day to make fresh representations to the National Prosecuting Authority on why he should not face corruption charges.

TALK AT NINE: Latest development on the hotly-contested Metsimaholo by-election

Alex Mashilo, SACP Spokesperson, spoke about the South African Communist Party (SACP) handing over information regarding alleged vote rigging during by-elections in the Metsimaholo region to the Independent Electoral Commission.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The World View

Adam looks at some of the top stories in Europe and the U.S

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The Africa Report

Crystal looks at some of the top stories coming out of Africa.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Teko Modise chats about his book

Teko is on the radio to talk about his tell all memoir, The Curse of Teko Modise.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Tageta threatens Eskom coal supply

Leaked documents have revealed that Tegeta’s threat to cut coal supply came just as Eskom discovered a massive miscalculation that over-estimated the size of Hendrina's strategic coal stockpile.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Multichoice and SABC kickback?

Minutes of a 2013 meeting between the SABC’s interim board and MultiChoice have come to light, shedding more light on the controversial deal between the pay-TV broadcaster and the public broadcaster.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SABC and Multichoice eeting minutes controversy

Duduetsang is on the radio to comment on The minutes of a 2013 meeting between the SABC’s interim board and MultiChoice have shed more light on the controversial deal between the pay-TV broadcaster and the public broadcaster, raising heated concerns – especially about competition law – from both the Democratic Alliance and civil society groups Media Monitoring Africa and the SOS Coalition.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates Worldview Report

1). A Missile Test (North Korea’s under verbal attack for its’ latest test). 2). The Royal Wedding (more headlines on the engagement of Harry & Meghan). 3). The Cost Of Christmas (cash calculations on festive finance).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Kenya’s main opposition leader, Raila Odinga has promised supporters that he would be sworn-in as president on December 12. 2. Influential bishops in the Democratic Republic of Congo urged President Kabila to promise he’s not seeking 3rd term.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Zille refutes Mokonyane’s claims on the Western Cape drought

Helen Zille, Premier of the Western Cape, responded to claims by Water Minister Nomvula Mokonyane that the Western Cape did not cooperate with her department regarding the Drought because they only came out 6 months ago that they have an emergency drought situation.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Motion of no confidence against Mayor Mashaba

Geoff Makhubo, ANC Regional Treasurer in Johannesburg, responded to Stephens comment yesterday about the ANC Joburg standing no chance in winning the motion of no confidence against Mayor Herman Mashaba and Speaker of council Vasco Da Gama because the DA has stronger tactics.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: ANC court battle in the Free State

Thabo Meeko, ANC Free State Provincial Spokesperson, spoke about why Mr Manyoni did not attend the Provincial General Council (PGC) where delegates were made aware of his absence by Free State Chair Ace Magashule during the ANC’s PGC.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. ANC court battle in Free State continues as Ace Magashule tried to hold a PGC yesterday while the long overdue provincial conference is scheduled for the weekend. 2. Parliament debated state capture yesterday. 3. President Jacob Zuma confirmed what Baleka Mbete told listeners on the Karima Brown show that she handed him the affidavit in which evidence leader advocate Vanarra claims State Security minister Bongani Bongo tried to bribe him with the aim of collapsing the committee.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Sleep with your windows open.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BRICS - Russia

1. A potentially radioactive cloud from Russia reaches Europe. 2. Russia no longer the winner of the 2014 Sochi Olympics after doping investigation. 3. Traffic jams in central Moscow the worst in five years, despite the mayor's paid parking spaces and other attempts.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates Worldview Report

1). Bali’s Volatile Volcano (thousands of people are being evacuated). 2). The Chennai 6 (India’s finally released ex British soldiers turned guards). 3). When Harry Met Meghan (a royal wedding has been confirmed).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. World and African leaders arrive in Kenya ahead of president Uhuru Kenyatta’s presidential inauguration. 2. World leaders call for emergency meeting of the United Nations security council this week, to discuss Libya slave auction houses.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Newly Appointed Police Commissioner lays out his plans

General Khela Sithole, Newly-Appointed National Police Commissioner, spoke about his new position as police commissioner and the plans he has in dealing with issues in the police force and dealing with criminals.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SACP to contest the Metsimaholo Municipal elections

Alex Mashilo, Spokesperson for SACP, spoke about the SACP going to participate in the Municipality elections in Metshimaholo which is taking place this Wednesday.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Water cuts loom for defaulting municipalities

Nomvula Mokonyane, Minister of Water and Sanitation, spoke about the Department Implementing Section 59(3)(b) of the National Water Act, which allows the Department to restrict or suspend the flow of water to defaulting municipalities. The department has selected 30 municipalities

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political desk with Karima Brown

1. Baleka Mbete’s TownHall interview as apresidential candidate. Does she stand a chance of being successful? 2. Mabuza and Mashatile have been holding talks about a potential ‘unity ticket’ to back Dlamini-Zuma, and prevent an ANC split. 3. There is an ANC NEC meeting at the weekend. And we of course understand that all provincial chairs and secretaries were summoned to Luthuli House last night.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Protest by security guards

Dr Mathabo Mathebula, Acting CEO of Steve Biko Academic Hospital, spoke about the Steve Biko Academic Hospital rethinking its contract with its security company following protests by guards.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

The smell of emotions.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates Worldview Report

1). French Verbal Harassment (President Macron vows to stop wolf whistling). 2). The Brexit Border Problem (the Irish border issue sparks heated conjecture). 3). A Royal Rumour (is Prince Harry about to announce his engagement?).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. After the euphoric and historic week, newly sworn President Emmerson Mnangagwa starts work. 2. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi threatens to crush militants following brutal mosque attack.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: High-level intervention team appointed to fix Gauteng health department

Dr Aaron Mostoaledi, Minister of Health, spoke about the appointment of a Multidisciplinary team to coordinate the Gauteng Health recovery strategy. Yesterday the Premier together with Minister of Heath and MEC Dr Gwen Ramokgopa announced the intervention during a media beefing on the recovery plan.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Alledged dodgy deal between MultiChoice and ANN7

Mmamoloko Kubayi, Communication Minister, talking whether there was a bribe for an encryption by the Guptas for ANN7 and whether there should be an encryption or not.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Alledged dodgy deal between MultiChoice and ANN7

William Bird, Executive Director Media Monitoring, spoke about the revelation that MultiChoice allegedly made a dodgy payment of R25 million to the Gupta-owned TV station. According to the latest GuptaLeaks, MultiChoice also increased its annual payment to ANN7 from R50 million to just over a R140 million.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Slavery in Libya

Stephen highlighted the issue of slavery that is currently taking place in Libya and asked how it is possible that the once outlawed crime is still currently happening. He also mentioned the interference of states in other states affairs and the impact that this can have in the long run.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. Western Cape ANC branches comes out in support of Cyril Ramaphosa to lead the ANC. 2. The efforts to scupper the probe by parliament’s Public Enterprises committee into state capture at Eskom has been hobbled by public exposure of the plot. Central to this illegal act is state security minister Bongani Bongo. DA has asked for protection for witnesses and committee members.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: S&P Global downgrades SA to junk status

Xhanti Phayi, Economist and Founder Nascence Advisory, spoke about South Africa’s credit downgrade by Standard & Poor’s to junk status and being put on notice for a review by Moody’s, saying it's disastrous for the economy.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Green spaces and activity make significant differences to children’s schoolwork.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Minister Lynne Brown denies allegations made by former Eskom board chairperson about her links with the Guptas

Former Eskom chairperson chairperson Zola Tsotsi claims that Tony Gupta warned him that he was not helping them at Eskom and therefore his job was at risk. He also implicated Minister Lynne Brown of allowing the Guptas to meddle at Eskom. DA Shadow Minister for Public Enterprises, Natasha Mazzone spoke to Stephen about inquiry, saying she did not buy Minister Lynne Brown's denials.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: What is the latest with the burst water pipe

Some areas in Joburg still without water, creating a major frustration for many of you. We got in touch with the MMC of Environment and Infrastructure Services Nico de Jager for an update. He said that technicians are still working it, they have now discovered a crack in the pipe. He did say that reservoirs will be partially opened at 10% by one o’ clock today.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: A new era for Zimbabwe

The big story is Zimbabwe this morning. Zimbabweans are still celebrating Robert Mugabe's resignation as president. Yesterday Robert Mugabe ended 37 year rule over Zimbabwe. Professor Arthur Mutambara who is the former Zimbabwe Deputy Prime Minister spoke to Stephen about whether does the resignation mean a new democracy for Zimbabwe

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Robert Mugabe resigns ahead of impeachment

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has resigned, bringing an end to 37 years of rule and sparking jubilant celebrations in the nation's streets. Former Finance Minister spoke to Stephen about what this means for Zimbabweans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Robert Mugabe resigns ahead of impeachment

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has resigned, bringing an end to 37 years of rule and sparking jubilant celebrations in the nation's streets. Former Finance Minister spoke to Stephen about what this means for Zimbabweans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Robert Mugabe resigns ahead of impeachment

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has resigned, bringing an end to 37 years of rule and sparking jubilant celebrations in the nation's streets. Former Finance Minister spoke to Stephen about what this means for Zimbabweans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Parts of Joburg without water

Johannesburg Water says residents should brace for more water cuts in some parts over the coming days. Parts of Joburg have been without water since around 9 o clock on Tuesday morning including Sandton, Bryanston, Douglasdale, Witkoppen, Fourways, Lonehill and Broadacres, among other areas.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Public Comments open for the draft policy on Home Education

The Department of Basic Education is calling for public comments on its draft policy on Home Education. Dr. Moses Simelane, Director of Inclusive Education, explains why there are changes in the Home Policy changes.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Robert Mugabe faces impeachment

Impeachment proceedings are set to go ahead after a deadline set by the party for Robert Mugabe to step down came and went.Defence Minister, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula spoke to Stephen about her meeting with Mugabe, saying it was not a coup de tat, but that the military was fed up with the way in which government is run.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW:

Life Esidemeni hearings continue today, and what a gruelling experience it was for the Gauteng's former director of mental health Doctor Makgabo Manamela. She faced tough questions about her role in the deaths of 143 psychiatric patients. Christine Nxumalom, speaking on behalf of the families, said it was clear that the wrong people were placed in the jobs, and would want to ask Dr. Manamela how could she?

TALK AT NINE:

Karima spoke to Peta Thornycroft, Veteran Zimbabwean Journalist about the developments in Zimbabwe

TALK AT NINE: Mxolisi Nxasana's R17m Payout

Karima spoke to Nicole Fritz, Executive Director at Freedom Under Law on Lobby Groups bid to set aside Mxolisi Nxasana's R17m Payout

TALK AT NINE: Outcomes of ANC Consultative Conference

Karima spoke to Murphy Morobe, ANC Veteran about the consultative conference held this past weekend

TALK AT NINE: Developments in Zimbabwe

KArima spoke to Douglas Mahiya, Member of the Zimbabwe War Veterans, on the latest developments in Zimbabwe

TALK AT NINE: Developments in Zimbabwe

Karima spoke to Obert Gutu, MDC’s spokesperson on the latest developments in Zimbabwe

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: John Moodey re-elected as DA Gauteng leader\

This past Saturday, John Moodey was re-elected as leader of the Democratic Alliance (DA) in Gauteng. The DA held its provincial congress, where Moodey was up against Ghaleb Cachalia in the party's provincial leadership race. Moody said that the focus for the party in Gauteng will be to attract 1.5 million additional votes so that the DA can win an outright majority in in the province at the 2019 general elections.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: President Mugabe still President of Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe is still the President of the party and Zimbabwe. Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe addressed the nation on Sunday night. He did not resign as president. All eyes will be on Zimbabwe today as the clock ticks down on Robert Mugabe to resign as president He has been given until 12h00 to step down.

TALK AT NINE: Legal view on the developments in Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe has addressed the people of Zimbabwe but did not resign as the leader of the country. The address was made just hours after the ruling Zanu-PF party recalled the 93-year-old as Zanu-PF leader and gave him a deadline of midday on Monday to leave the presidency. Gushwell spoke to Human Rights Laywer Nqobizitha Mlilo who provided a legal perspective on the developments in Zimbabwe

TALK AT NINE: Reaction to Robert Mugabe's address & developments in Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe has addressed the people of Zimbabwe but did not resign as the leader of the country. The address was made just hours after the ruling Zanu-PF party recalled the 93-year-old as Zanu-PF leader and gave him a deadline of midday on Monday to leave the presidency.

TALK AT NINE: Reaction to Robert Mugabe's address

Robert Mugabe has addressed the people of Zimbabwe but did not resign as the leader of the country. The address was made just hours after the ruling Zanu-PF party recalled the 93-year-old as Zanu-PF leader and gave him a deadline of midday on Monday to leave the presidency.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SA Rugby loses bid to host 2023 World Cup

And South Africa lost the bid to host 2023 Rugby World Cup. France have been named host of Rugby World Cup 2023 despite finishing second to South Africa in a technical review. We heard from Rugby Writer Andy Capostagno about why South Africa lost the bid, saying it was all about the money and politics that SA lost.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Open trailer carrying dead bodies stuck on the M1

The trailer broke down on the M1 south highway yesterday. The unidentified bodies were being transported to a burial site in the south of Johannesburg. The Chairperson of the Funeral Federation of SA, Dr. Lawrence Konyana explained how bodies should be carried. He did also say that there are no tight regulations on the type of vehicles that should carry bodies.

TALK AT NINE: Eskom Enquiry

Mondli Gungubele, ANC MP and Member of the portfolio committee on public enterprises, spoke about the Eskom Enquiry and concerns raised about its Fairness and transparency.

TALK AT NINE: SARS clears Makwakwa

David Lewis, Executive Director of Corruption Watch, spoke about SARS and the apparent irregular clearing of its Executive Jonas Makwakwa.

TALK AT NINE: Zimbabwe: Discussion and Analysis of whats unfolding

Clayson Monyela, Head of Public Diplomacy at DIRCO, spoke about the events that have been unfolding in Zimbabwe and the delegations that South Africa sent through including the intentions of the Zimbabwe military in taking over the country and what they are hoping to achieve.

TALK AT NINE: Zimbabwe: Discussion and Analysis of whats unfolding

Dr. Ibbo Mandaza, Executive Chairman of the Southern African Political Economy Series Trust (SAPES), spoke about the events that have been unfolding in Zimbabwe and the delegations that South Africa sent through including the intentions of the Zimbabwe military in taking over the country and what they are hoping to achieve.

TALK AT NINE: Zimbabwe: Discussion and Analysis of whats unfolding

Nicholas Mabena, General Secretary of the Zimbabwe Communist Party (ZCP), spoke about the events that have been unfolding in Zimbabwe and the delegations that South Africa sent through including the intentions of the Zimbabwe military in taking over the country and what they are hoping to achieve.

TALK AT NINE: Zimbabwe: Discussion and Analysis of whats unfolding

Crystal Orderson, African Correspondent, spoke about the events that have been unfolding in Zimbabwe and the delegations that South Africa sent through including the intentions of the Zimbabwe military in taking over the country and what they are hoping to achieve.

TALK AT NINE: Zimbabwe: Discussion and Analysis of whats unfolding

Prof. Brian Raftopoulos, Veteran Political Analyst and Director of Research Solidarity Peace Trust, spoke about the events that have been unfolding in Zimbabwe and the delegations that South Africa sent through including the intentions of the Zimbabwe military in taking over the country and what they are hoping to achieve.

TALK AT NINE: SABC 8 Journalists in Solidarity with Jacques Pauw, Peter Bruce and other Journalists

Karima spoke Thandeka Gqubule, SABC Journalist and part of the SABC 8 about her Solidarity with Jacques Pauw, Peter Bruce and other Journalists

TALK AT NINE: SABC 8 Journalists in Solidarity with Jacques Pauw, Peter Bruce and other Journalists

Karima spoke to Peter Bruce, Tiso Blackstar Group editor-at-large about the lack of freedom for Journalists and their lives being threatened

TALK AT NINE: ANC Stalwarts consultative conference

Karima spoke to Reverend Frank Chikane, ANC stalwart about ANC Stalwarts long awaited consultative conference that's coming up

REDI TLHABI: possibility of Zimbabwe heading for coup

Karima spoke to Peta Thornycroft, Veteran Zimbabwean Journalist about the possibility of Zimbabwe heading for coup

TALK AT NINE: Posibility of Zimbabwe heading for a Coup

Karima spoke to Clayson Monyela, Head of Public Policy at Department of International Relations on a Possibility of Zimbabwe heading for a coup

TALK AT NINE: possibility of Zimbabwe heading for coup

Karima spoke to Tony Hawkins, Professor of Economics at the University of Zimbabwe about the possibility of a coup in Zimbabwe

TALK AT NINE: Is Zimbabwe heading for coup?

Karima spoke to Crystal Orderson, Southern Africa Editor at the Africa Report about the possibility of Zimbabwe heading for coup

TALK AT NINE: Eskom’s exposed financial woes

Karima spoke Chris Yellend, Investigative Editor of EE Publishers about Eskom’s exposed financial woes

TALK AT NINE: The Presidents fees report

The Heher Commission into the Feasibility of Fee-Free Higher Education and Training has found that there is currently no capacity for the state to provide free tertiary education to all students in the country.Karima spoke to Professor Ahmed Bawa, CEO Universities South Africa on his reaction about the Presidents fees report

TALK AT NINE: Michael Sachs’ resignation and the estimated R40-billion plan for free higher education

Karima spoke to Dondo Mogajane, Director General of Finance at National Treasury about Michael Sachs’ resignation and the estimated R40-billion plan for free higher education.

TALK AT NINE: Eskom Inquiry update

Sikonathi Mantshantsha, Financial Mail Deputy Editor, reflected on the Eskom Inquiry and to look at the issue of intimidation of whistle blowers and those wanting to expose corruption.

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS:

Ebrahim Fakir, Political Analyst and Director of Programmes at the Auwal Socio Economic Research Institute (ASRI), joined Karima for some analysis ahead of the ruling party’s NEC meeting.

TALK AT NINE: ANC factions in KZN

Dr Lawrence Dube, ANC councillor, one of the chief applicants in the High Court case against the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal, spoke about ANC factions in KZN set to square up against each other in court later this month.

TALK AT NINE: Media Freedom and intimidation

Lawson Naidoo - Executive Secretary at Council for The Advancement of The Constitution (Casac), spoke about media freedom and efforts to intimidate and bully Jacques Pauw's new book “The President’s Keeper” which contains allegations against President Jacob Zuma relating to corruption and irregularities in his tax affairs.

TALK AT NINE: Media Freedom and intimidation

Adriaan Basson, Sanef Media Freedom Chair, spoke about media freedom and efforts to intimidate and bully Jacques Pauw's new book “The President’s Keeper” which contains allegations against President Jacob Zuma relating to corruption and irregularities in his tax affairs.

TALK AT NINE: revenue shortfall of 50.8 billion rand

Karima spoke to Lumkile Mondi, Economist & Senior Lecturer at Wits School of Economics and Business Sciences, about SA facing revenue shortfall of 50.8 billion rand

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS: revenue shortfall of 50.8 billion rand

Karima spoke to Ben Theron,Chief Operating Officer at OUTA about SA facing revenue shortfall of 50.8 billion rand

TALK AT NINE: revenue shortfall of 50.8 billion rand

Karima spoke to Dr Randall Carolissen ,Head of Revenue & Research at SARS about the revenue shortfall of 50.8 billion rand that South Africa is facing

TALK AT NINE: Michael Sachs’ resignation and the estimated R40-billion plan for free higher education.

Karima spoke to Dr Iraj Abedien, Chief economist, Pan-African Investment and Research on Michael Sachs’ resignation and the estimated R40-billion plan for free higher education

REDI TLHABI: Investigation into SARS announcement by Malusi Gigaba

Karima spoke to Mark Swilling, Professor at Stellenbosch University and Co Author of the ‘Betrayal of the Promise’ ground breaking research on state capture about Malusi Gigaba's announcement of an investigation into SARS

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Worldview Report

1). The Tax Dodger Files (more emerges from the so-called Paradise Papers). 2). A Murdered Hostage (a British charity worker’s been killed in Nigeria). 3). A Photo From History (taken at the South Pole in January 1912).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BRICS - China

1. China is churning out a new billionaire every 5 days! 2. Next generation high speed rail in China. 3. Same burgers but new name for McDonalds in China.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. We Focus on Elections today. Liberia's Supreme Court indefinitely halts second round of the presidential election, which was due to be held today. In Kenya, there is another election challenge... 2. The DRC election will finally take place more than two years behind schedule. But it will only take place in a year's time.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: What is the state of the ANC in the Western Cape?

Khaya Magaxa, ANC Western Cape Acting Chairperson, spoke about the state of the ANC in the Western Cape after it entered the year without a permanent Chairperson, with Marius Fransman suspended last year, the party has also faced disunity. As we continue our focus on the ANC Provinces, what is the state of the ANC in the Western Cape?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The State Security Agency vs Jacques Pauw

Dario Milo, Attorney and Partner at Webber Wentzel, spoke about Jacques Pauw’s book that has been recalled by the State Security Agency requesting Pauw to retract parts of his book. The State Security Agency argues the claims in the book violate the Intelligence Services Act. Responding to the agency's letter, Willem de Klerk Attorneys, that represent Pauw, says that Pauw and EB Publishers will oppose any application the State Security Agency takes against the book to the High Court.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Lynne Brown complicit in the mess at Eskom

Stephen calls out Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown for statements the statement she made at the new Transnet Matlafatcho centre, saying that "unprecedented resources have been poured into a campaign, fueled by political and business contestation that feeds into the public narrative that state owned companies are shot through with corruption". Stephen points to the hypocrisy around state companies.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. The ANC and Cyril Ramaphosa spar over his comments at the weekend regarding his leadership choices ahead of the deeply divisive leadership conference to be held in December. 2. Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance asks SARS to make its disciplinary report into its second in command Jonas Makwakwa public. 3. The Fraser family enters the fallout following damning allegations of corruption contained in the Jacques Pauw book relating to State Security Director-General Arthur Fraser.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: What is going on in Zimbabwe?

Simon Allison, Africa Editor at Mail and Guardian, spoke the speculation over the past year that Robert Mugabe could position his wife Grace to succeed him as Zimbabwe President. Yesterday, Mugabe fired his Deputy Emmerson Mnangagwa. Reasons cited were that Mnangagwa has "consistently and persistently exhibited traits of disloyalty‚ disrespect and unreliability in the execution of his duties". This was said by Simon Moyo, Zimbabwe's Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services. What is going on in Zimbabwe?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Using algorithm to diagnose mental health on twitter users.

TALK AT NINE: Black tax hitting pockets hard

The Savings and Investment Monitor, an annual survey commissioned by Old Mutual and conducted by independent research house Peppercorn Research has found that people are cutting back on luxuries and on entertaining friends at home – and that nearly half of adult children between the ages of 18 and 35 still live at home with their parents. Gushwell spoke to Gerald Mwandiambira

TALK AT NINE: Black tax hitting pockets hard

South Africans are buying in bulk, scrimping on luxuries and joining savings schemes in abid to make ends meet. The economic decline has seen a surge in membership of stokvels, grocery schemes and burial societies as black South Africans scramble to find creative ways to make ends meet. Gushwell spoke to Lynette Nicolson from Old Mutual

TALK AT NINE: DA stands ready to interdict nuclear deal

The DA will not hesitate to interdict any attempt by Minister of Energy, David Mahlobo, to force through a nuclear deal despite the fact that South Africa does not need or afford the estimated R1 trillion deal. Gushwell Spoke to Gordon Mackay,Shadow Minister of Energy

TALK AT NINE: More allegations of sexual predation involving Danny Jordaan

Karima spoke to Journalist Faith Daniels about the news allegations of sexual predation involving Danny Jordan

TALK AT NINE: SACP to contest Free State by-elections

The South African Communist Party SACP has confirmed that is candidates will contest in all 21 wards of the Metsimaholo Local Municipality by-election in the Free State in November. Karima spoke to SACP’s first deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila regarding the SACPs plan to contest Free State by-elections

TALK AT NINE: Scopa And Social Development Committee Urge Sassa And Sapo To Return To Parliament Tommorrow With An Agreement

Karima spoke to Liezl Van der Merwe about the SASSA grants and Post Office Impasse

TALK AT NINE: Scopa And Social Development Committee Urge Sassa And Sapo To Return To Parliament Tommorrow With An Agreement

Karima spoke to Zane Dangor Former Director General for the department of social development about the impasse between SASSA and the Post office

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: ANC National Elective Conference: ANC Free State

As the ANC heads towards its National Conference in December, several of the party's provinces appear divided. The same appears to be happening with the ANC in the Free State, where there have been delays with the party's Provincial Conference. Some members of the party in the Free State have tried to disband the party's provincial leadership in the courts, because of the delays surrounding this conference. The ANC in the Free State will now have its provincial conference on 1 to 3 December.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SASSA withdraws SAPO offer to distribute social grants

Some Members of Parliament are concerned that Sassa is entering another crisis, with delays in finalising a new deal to distribute social grants. What are the implications?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Minister Bathabile Dlamini to appear in front of SCOPA

Social Development Minister to appear in Parliament today. She is expected to explain how negotiations have reached this point at a joint meeting of the Social Development Committee and the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa).

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: South African Early Childhood Development (SA ECD) Awards 2017

Mrs. Thamo Mzobe, Chief Executive Officer of the National Development Agency, spoke about the announcement of the opening of applications for the South African Early Childhood Development (SA ECD) Awards 2017 which are open to practitioners, programmes and registered centres and organisations that demonstrate excellence and commitment to the development of young children and into the ECD sector across the country.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: 2017 South African Literary Awards

Sindiswa Seakhoa, Executive Accounts Director of the wRite associates, spoke about the 2017 South African Literary Awards ceremony and Conference taking place on the 7th November at Kgorong Building, UNISA.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #FeesMustFall • #SassaGate • #BlackMonday

TALK AT NINE: The implications for SA of a president beholden to criminal elements

Political analyst Lukhona Mnguni joins Karima to look at the implications for South Africa of a president beholden to criminal elements following the release of Jacques Pauw's book 'The president's keeper'

TALK AT NINE: SABC’s response to strike notice set down

Broadcasting Union BEMAWU acting on behalf of SABC staff has now issued the SABC with strike notice this is following the unsuccessful meeting that took place with the SABC Board last week. The protected strike is set to Commence on Thursday, 2 November 2017 at 06:00. Karima spoke to Hannes du Buisson, President of the Broadcasting, Electronic, Media and Allied Workers Union (BEMAWU) regarding the response from management of SABC.

TALK AT NINE: Reaction Dlamini’s announcement that the Post Office will not take over Sassa grants

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) will again be needing the assistance of private contractors to pay social grants in the new year. This is despite a Constitutional Court ruling that the agency take over the payment system by the first of April next year. Karima spoke to Former Constitutional Court judge and Freedom Under Law (FUL) chairperson, Johann Kriegler about this

TALK AT NINE: Reaction Dlamini’s announcement that the Post Office will not take over Sassa grants

The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) will again be needing the assistance of private contractors to pay social grants in the new year. This is despite a Constitutional Court ruling that the agency take over the payment system by the first of April next year. Karima spoke to DA Shadow Minister of Social Development, Bridget Masango about this issue

TALK AT NINE: SABC’s response to strike notice set down

Broadcasting Union BEMAWU acting on behalf of SABC staff has now issued the SABC with strike notice this is following the unsuccessful meeting that took place with the SABC Board last week. The protected strike is set to Commence on Thursday, 2 November 2017 at 06:00. Karima spoke to SABC spokesperson, Kaizer Kganyago about the official response from management regarding this

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: IFP leader Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi to step down

Inkatha Freedom Party leader Dr Mangosuthu Buthelezi will step down at the next national elective conference. It has been agreed that Velenkosini Hlabisa, the IFP secretary in KwaZulu-Natal, was in line to succeed Buthelezi.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Controversial book reveals the extent of corruption between President Jacob Zuma and his cronies

A new book by Jacques Pauw reveals explosive details about the network of people who have kept President Jacob Zuma in power and out of prison."The President's Keepers" claims, among many things, that President Zuma was paid 1 million rand a month for a period in his first term as President, by a security company owned by Roy Moodley

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Black Monday campaign against the murder of farmers

The Black Monday campaign against the high number of farm murders is underway, spreading all the way to Krugersdorp area. Stephen spoke to the Mayor of Midvaal, Bongani Baloyi, who had just the memorandum of grievances from the farmers.

TALK AT NINE: The coffee connoisseur who turned tragedy into opportunity

Meet one of the few black players in the coffee business. A former barista, Sihle Magubane has taken his skills to the next level by creating his own coffee blends Sihle Magubane’s (35) passion for coffee is clear. He creates his own speciality blends that he makes from start to finish. A coffee originator, roaster and barista, he personally selects the beans and blends, roasts and retails Sihle’s Brew by himself.

TALK AT NINE: Sandton Convention Centre played host to the Property Buyer Show Gauteng

This weekend the Sandton Convention Centre played host to the Property Buyer Show Gauteng, an exhibition aimed at first-time residential buyers and property investors looking to expand their portfolio. Following its tremendous success earlier this year in Cape Town, the innovative exhibition was designed to walk buyers through the property buying process. Gushwell spoke to Event, Organiser Richard Stubbs

TALK AT NINE: Fees Comission report expected to be finalised within the week Presidency

According to the City Press, the commission's report says universal free higher education will not be feasible in the foreseeable future. Since receiving the report from Judge Heher on August 30, President Jacob Zuma has resisted calls to release it, with the presidency saying he is still studying its contents. Gushwell spoke to Professor Ahmed Bawa and Dr Reginald Legoabe,Chairperson of the Higher Education Transformation Network

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Centenary of OR Tambo

2017 has been declared the year of OR Tambo. His birthday is on the 27 October and turns 100 this year. Pallo Jordan spoke to Stephen about who OR Tambo is, his legacy and what the ANC can learn from him

TALK AT NINE:

Hearings for President Jacob Zuma’s application to review former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s State of Capture report kicked off today at the North Gauteng High Court. President Jacob Zuma has attacked the report accusing Madonsela of passing the buck by not completing an investigation into allegations of state capture. Karima Brown got an update on the matter from the Executive Secretary at Council For The Advancement Of The Constitution (Casac) Lawson Naidoo

TALK AT NINE: Analysis of the Crime Stats released today

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula released the annual national crime statistics in Parliament today Claire Taylor, Specialist Researcher at Gun free South Africa spoke to Karima about the stats and what this meant regarding the rate of crime in South Africa.

TALK AT NINE: Analysis of the Crime Stats released today

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula released the annual national crime statistics in Parliament today Claire Taylor, Specialist Researcher at Gun free South Africa spoke to Karima about the stats and what this meant regarding the rate of crime in South Africa.

TALK AT NINE: Analysis of the Crime Stats released today

Police Minister Fikile Mbalula released the annual national crime statistics in Parliament today Senior Researcher at the Institute for Security Studies, Dr Johan Burger and Claire Taylor, Specialist Researcher at Gun free South Africa spoke to Karima about the stats and what this meant regarding the rate of crime in South Africa.

TALK AT NINE: ANC Branch Nominations Process

ANC Branches have started nominating their favourite candidates as the elective conference draws near. Karima Brown spoke to ANC Gauteng provincial executive committee (PEC) member and Head of Communication, Nkenke Kekana about how the Gauteng Branch nominations process will unfold

TALK AT NINE: Where to from here for Former Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimanade

Days after sacking Erstwhile ally Dr Blade Dzimande from his cabinet last week President jacbo Zuma today announced an SIU probe into the to affairs of the Public Service Sector Education and Training ((PSETA). The timing of the SIU investigation will no doubt be seen as an escalation of his efforts to go after his staunches critics in the tripartite alliance. Karima spoke to Dr Nzimande

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Worldview Report

1). Russia’s Raqqa Accusations (Moscow says the US has bombed unnecessarily). 2). Donald Trump’s Twitter Backlash (he’s angered a number of British politicians). 3). The Titanic Sale (a moving auction of 105 year old memorabilia).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. The World Health Organisation (WHO) revokes the appointment of Robert Mugabe as goodwill ambassador. 2. Tomorrow, United Nations Chief Antonio Gutteres is to visit the Central African Republic, amid a tense security situation. 3. A roadside bomb kills seven people outside Mogadishu, the Somali capital.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: South Africa's nuclear deal with Russia

Prof. Hartmut Winkler, Professor of Physics at the University of Johannesburg, spoke about the Sunday Times reporting that shortly before the Cabinet reshuffle, a team sent by Russian President Vladimir Putin met with President Jacob Zuma to allegedly tell him to speed up the nuclear deal.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. Succession is heating up in the ANC with less than 60 days before the party holds its elective conference. The ANC in Gauteng province is behind Ramaphosa, but has interestingly adopted what they call a non-sectarian approach. 2. Rumours continue over whether or not President Jacob Zuma will axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa. The Deputy President has weighed in on the on the shame for South Africa, as the FBI and Britain start their probe into the Guptas. There is also a shakeup in Parliament, with a change in Committee heads. 3. Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is to table his mid-term budget speech on Wednesday. Has he gone far enough to ally market fears and engender confidence in the domestic market?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Eskom disciplinary hearing of Matshela Koko

Sikhonathi Mantshantsha, Deputy Editor at Financial Mail, spoke about threat made on him by Eskom’s former leader Sebetja Matsaung at the disciplinary hearing of Eskom's suspended Acting CEO Matshela Koko. Eskom has since terminated the services of Matsaung and apologised to Mantshantsha.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

A New Study Says Humans Were in America 130,000 Years Ago.

TALK AT NINE: Parents can’t hit their children anymore Court Rules

Parents who give their children a hiding will no longer be able to use the defence of ‘reasonable chastisement’ if they are later accused of assault. This comes after the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg ruled on Thursday that parents can’t be exempted from the law, even when their religious beliefs demand that they discipline their children. Gushwell spoke to Philip Rosenthal from Director of the public Advocacy group ChristianView Network who are opposed to this ruling

TALK AT NINE: Where does South Africa's high prevalence of sexual violence come from?

According to Crime Stats SA there were 51,895 sexual offences in South Africa in the 2015/16 reporting year, just over 142 per day. Gushwell looked at the issue of sexual violence, where does it stem from? What leads people to commit these crimes and what can be done to combat them. Guhswell spoke to Bafana Khumalo from From Human rights organisation Sonke Gender Justice Network

TALK AT NINE: Where does South Africa's high prevalence of sexual violence come from

According to Crime Stats SA there were 51,895 sexual offences in South Africa in the 2015/16 reporting year, just over 142 per day. Gushwell looked atthe issue of sexual violence, where does it stem from? What leads people to commit these crimes and what can be done to combat them. for this discussion he spoke to Miranda Friedman from Women and Men against Child abuse and Bafana Khumalo from From Human rights organisation Sonke Gender Justice Network

TALK AT NINE: Financial strains faced by the education department & Matriculants starting their exams tomorrow

Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has revealed his department is under significant financial pressure which may see some pupils not being placed in school for the 2018 academic year. Gushwell Brooks spoke to him Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: What is the role of men in conversations around rape

Following conversations around rape happening locally and globally, gender activist and Commissioner at the Commissioner for Gender Equality, Mbuyiselo Botha, unpacks the prevalence of rape in society and the role of men in the conversations around rape.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Herman Mashaba plans to sue the Department of Home Affairs

City of Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba is looking for legal opinion on whether to take the Department of Home Affairs to court to compel the department to deport illegal immigrants.

TALK AT NINE: FBI investigates the Guptas

Lumkile Mondi, Senior Lecturer at Witwatersrand School of Economics and Business Sciences, spoke to Karima about the Financial Times reporting that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has opened an investigation into the Gupta family related to cash flows between South Africa, Dubai and America.

TALK AT NINE: FBI investigates the Guptas

David Lewis, Executive Director of Corruption Watch, spoke to Karima about the Financial Times reporting that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has opened an investigation into the Gupta family related to cash flows between South Africa, Dubai and America.

TALK AT NINE: Court application to dissolve Free State's PEC

Hanno Bekker, Attorney at Bekker Attorneys, spoke about an ANC member in the Free State who brought application that was brought to the High court with regards to the dissolvement of the Free State PEC.

TALK AT NINE: Looming strike at the SABC

Hannes du Buisson, President of the Broadcasting, Electronic, Media and Allied Workers Union (BEMAWU), talking about the looming strike at SABC. BEMAWU sent an open letter to the public broadcaster warning its members will go on strike if its demand for management reform is not met in this week.

TALK AT NINE: Min Kubayi outlines her plans for her new dept.

Mmamoloko Kubayi, New Minister of Communications, spoke to Karima about her plans for her department and what her forward will be with regards to the SABC.

TALK AT NINE: Cyril could be next to be sacked by President Zuma

Veteran unionist James Motlatsi, revealed this morning on Enca that President Jacob Zuma intends on using yet another intelligence report to justify the removal of Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa from government. He said the deputy president is next in line to be removed from President Jacob Zuma’s government.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Febe Potgieter-Gqubule appointed Deputy Chairperson of the SABC Board

Former AU Commission Chief of Staff and ANC senior member, Febe Potgieter-Gqubule, has been appointed as SABC Board Deputy Chairperson, raising questions of her proximity to Presidential candidate, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: David Mahlobo appointed as Energy Minister

State Security Minister, David Mahlobo, has just been appointed as Energy Minister in the recent cabinet reshuffle. There is speculation that his appointment has to do with Russia-SA Nuclear deal.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: AB Xuma parents meet with the MEC for Education and SGB

The parents of the pupils from AB Xuma met with Gauteng Education MEC, Panyaza Lesufi and the school's SGB to discuss the allegations against the school guard who sexually molested more than 80 learners. Nsizwa Luthuli is a member of the SGB and gave Stephen an update on the meeting.

TALK AT NINE: A few golden rules to take into consideration while on the road.

According to the latest crime statistics by the South African Police Service's (SAPS), more than 1400 vehicles are hijacked each month in South Africa, The SAPS crime statistics, for April - December 2016, report an increase in car-hijacking, house robberies and robberies at non-residential areas. As we slowly approach the festive season, it is crucial that we become more vigilant and aware as criminal activities tend to increase during this time. Ryno Schutte from Pro-Active South Africa spoke to Gushwell Brooks about certain things to look out for to avoid hijackings

TALK AT NINE: Gender Commission outraged at the molestation of learners in Soweto

The Sunday times reported today that The Gauteng Education Department is extending its investigation to other schools in Soweto, This comes after 87 pupils were allegedly sexually assaulted by a guard at a school in Soweto. The Commission for Gender Equality (CGE) has has issued a statement expressing their outrage at the molestation of these learners. Gushwell spoke to Javu Baloyi – Spokesperson Commission for Gender Equality (CGE)

TALK AT NINE: 87 pupils were allegedly sexually assaulted by a guard at a school in Soweto

The Sunday times reported today that The Gauteng Education Department is extending its investigation to other schools in Soweto, This comes after 87 pupils were allegedly sexually assaulted by a guard at a school in Soweto. Gushwell spoke to Mara Glennie,Founder of the Tears Foundation about how parents need to deal with issues related to sexual assault of children

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: City of Ekurhuleni rebuilding damaged houses

City of Ekurhuleni has started the process of rebuilding the homes that were destroyed by the floods. Mayor of Ekurhuleni, Mzwandile Masina spoke to Stephen about the Metro’s plans to rebuild the homes that were destructed in the story. He said he was concerned about the quality of the RDP houses after more than 300 of them were damaged.

TALK AT NINE: DA proposes law to strengthen transparency at PIC

The Democratic Alliance is proposing draft legislation that will strengthen transparency and accountability at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), which is responsible for managing government employees’ pension funds. Karima spoke to DA Shadow Minister of Finance David Maynier, she also engaged with labour federations SAFTU and FEDUSA on the proposal.

TALK AT NINE: DA proposes law to strengthen transparency at PIC

The Democratic Alliance is proposing draft legislation that will strengthen transparency and accountability at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), which is responsible for managing government employees’ pension funds. Karima spoke to Dennis George General Secretary, Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA)

TALK AT NINE: ANC veterans' upcoming consultative conference

ANC Stalwart, Reverand Frank Chikane spoke to Karima Brown about the veterans upcoming consultative conference which has now been moved to November.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Parliament's Head of Security dismissed

Parliament's Head of Security Zelda Holtzman has been dismissed after an inquiry found her guilty of insubordination and failing to set up a business plan. Stephen spoke to Zelda, who said she believes that she was dismissed for questioning the use of security police in Parliament and the abuse of blue lights by the Secretary of Parliament, Gengezi Mgidlana.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sy Mamabolo appointed as the new Chief Electoral Officer of the IEC

Parliament's Head of Security Zelda Holtzman has been dismissed after an inquiry found her guilty of insubordination and failing to set up a business plan. Stephen spoke to Zelda, who said she believes that she was dismissed for questioning the use of security police in Parliament and the abuse of blue lights by the Secretary of Parliament, Gengezi Mgidlana.

TALK AT NINE: SABC

Former SABC employee Vuyo Mvoko spoke to Karima Brown about the Presidency dismissing claims by the SABC 8 journalists

TALK AT NINE: Higher Education Transformation Network calls for release of Fees Commission report

Chairperson of the Higher Education Transformation Network Dr Reginald Legoabe spoke to Karima Brown about the call for the release of the Fees Commission report

TALK AT NINE: The McKinsey Dossier

Journalist at Daily Maverick’s Investigative Team Scorpio Pauli Van Wyk spoke to Karima Brown about the latest on the McKinsey Dossier

TALK AT NINE: Parliament’s inquiry into Eskom

DA shadow Minister of public enterprises, Natasha Mazzone spoke to Karima Brown about Parliament’s inquiry into Eskom

TALK AT NINE: On opposing the appeal by ANC

ANC ‘Rebel’ Lawrence Dube spoke to Karima Brown on why they are opposing the appeal by ANC

TALK AT NINE: urgent application made to the high court to disband current Free State PEC

Attorney, Hanno Bekker Spoke to Karima Brown on the deadline that was for for the disbandment of the current Free State PEC

TALK AT NINE: Catholic bishops question the assurances given by Finance Minister that he will shield the PIC

Bishop Abel Gabuza Chairperson of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC) Justice and Peace Commission explains to Karima Brown why Catholic bishops have no faith in Gigaba’s assurances to keep the PIC safe

TALK AT NINE: Hijacked buildings in Joburg, Progress on the Billing crisis and the city emergency response plan to bad weather

Karima Brown spoke to Mayor Herman Mashaba about Hijacked buildings in Joburg, Progress on the Billing crisis and the city emergency response plan to bad weather especially in Zandspruit

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Disaster Management counting the costs of the weather storm

Emergency services in Gauteng are now assessing the damage of a severe thunderstorm which left low-lying areas waterlogged. Several areas across the province were severely affected, resulting with more than 100 people displaced and homes damaged. The Gauteng Head of Disaster Management, Dr. Elias Sithole, spoke to Stephen and he said that they are doing all that they could to find shelter for displaced people.

TALK AT NINE: Appointment of the new SABC board

Karima Brown spoke to Thandeka Gqubule, who is one of the SABC 8 journalists about the SABC, appointment of the new board and the open letter

TALK AT NINE: President Jacob Zuma having had enough time to appoint a new board at SABC

Karima Brown spoke to President of BEMAWU about an open letter To Parliament’s Portfolio Committee asking them to save the SABC.

TALK AT NINE: President Jacob Zuma having had enough time to appoint a new board at SABC

Lerumo Kalako joined Karima Brown on the discussion of President Jacob Zuma appointing new SABC board members

TALK AT NINE: Police Minister on political killings, the violence in the cape and campaign, and his trip to Dubai

Minister joins Karima to talk about political killings, the violence in the Cape, the family murders in KZN and the Dubai trip

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Delays in the appointment of a new SABC board

Pressure is mounting for Zuma to appoint the board and has been given 7 days to appoint a new board for the SABC. President’s Spokesperson, Dr. Bongani Ngqulunga, spoke to Stephen and defended the delay in the appointment of a new SABC board‚ saying that a due diligence process is required. He said that past experience had taught the President that he should undertake due diligence in the appointment of a board.

TALK AT NINE: Learners protest for transport grant

Just over 200 Learners from KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng protested outside the Department of Basic Education in Pretoria this past Friday for scholar transport. The protest was organised by activists from Equal Education. The leaners picketed outside the main entrance to the Department of Education head office. Luyolo Mazwembe, Head of Scholar Transport Campaign at Equal Education speaks to Gushwell

TALK AT NINE: Numsa wants independent probe into Eskoms shady dealings

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) today called for an independent investigation into all “shady dealings” at electricity parastatal Eskom and the suspension of certain officials pending the outcome of a disciplinary process. Gushwell spoke to Phakamile

TALK AT NINE: Numsa wants independent probe into Eskoms shady dealings

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) today called for an independent investigation into all “shady dealings” at electricity parastatal Eskom and the suspension of certain officials pending the outcome of a disciplinary process. Gushwell spoke to Phakamile

TALK AT NINE: Open Line

• Feedback on Lindiwe Sisulu as a presidential candidate for ANC. • Joe Samuels, CEO of SAQA, responding to Min. Dlodlo’s interview on SAQA missing the deadline. • Appointment of the SABC Board.

TALK AT NINE: Minister Dlodlo on when a permanent SABC Board will be appointed

Ayanda Dlodlo, Minister of Communications, spoke to Karima about the reasons why an SABC Board has not been appointed yet.

TALK AT NINE: CEO of SAQA refutes Min. Dlodlo's claims

Joe Samuels, CEO of South African Qualification Authority (SAQA), responding to Min Dlodlo that his dept. has submitted verification work that was requested of them and sent it to the dept.

TALK AT NINE: NPA's tardy approach on people involved #statecapture

Luvuyo Mfaku, NPA Spokesperson, talking about the lack of the NPA in dealing with the people involved in the state of capture report.

TALK AT NINE: NPA's tardy approach on people involved #statecapture

Zackie Achmat, UDF Veterans, spoke about the lack of the NPA in dealing with the people involved in the state of capture report.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: KPMG not co-operating with IRBAs investigation

KPMG and Auditing is the big issue this morning. The Independent Regulatory Board of Auditors appeared before Parliament yesterday on KPMG, and told the committee that KPMG has not fully cooperated with its investigation. CEO of the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors, Bernard Agulhas, explains the investigation process, and the need for the regulatory body to comply with administrative justice laws, and raised concern about the impact of KPMGs conduct on the markets.

TALK AT NINE: President Zuma must be held liable for plunging the SABC into a governance vacuum - SACP

The interim SABC board’s term expired last Tuesday (September 26), without President Jacob Zuma appointing a permanent board recommended to him by Parliament three weeks prior. Now The South African Communist party has slammed the president for not excersising leadership by failing to appoint the board on time. Karima spoke to the Party's spokesperson Alex, Mashilo

TALK AT NINE: Maimane cuts De Lille and JP Smith from DA activities in Western Cape

The DA announced this morning that it has placed Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille and mayoral committee member for safety, security and social services, JP Smith on special leave from party activities in the Cape metropole. This comes after De Lille lashed out at Smith on Monday via a press release in which she accused him of dragging her name through the mud for claims he had made about the closure of a city anti-crime unit. We get behind the divisions that’s bubbling to the surface in the DA. For this discussion I am joined on the line by Sunday times Journalist, Jan Jan Joubert

TALK AT NINE: Yunus Carrim, chair of Parly standing committee on Finance on KPMG

Munich Re African is the latest firm to drop embattled KPMG as its auditor. South Africa’s Audit regulator promised to fast track its investiogation into the global auditor over work done for business friends of President Jacob Zuma. Karima speaks to Parliament's Standing Committee on Finance, chairperson Yunus Carrim.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Vuwani shutdown suspended

Residents of Vuwani in Limpopo have suspended the shutdown of services that started four weeks ago. The Pro-Makhado Task Team says it is satisfied that government has met some of the residents' demands. The task team's spokesperson, Nsovo Sambo, says they have decided to suspend the shut-down while they continue to engage government on the remaining service delivery issues.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Tensions in Cameroon between French-speaking majority and English-speaking minority

Tensions mount in Cameroon as English speakers marginalised by Francophone majority. Dr. Joseph Adebayo, Senior Researcher at the Centre for African Studies in UCT, explains why there are tensions between the two groups.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: The impact of Artificial Intelligence on jobs

According to new research, Artificial intelligence will augment workers and become a 'net job creator' by 2020 according to new research.The question of how artificial intelligence and robots will affect jobs has been one of the darkest shadows looming over the 21st century.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Oscar Mabuyane elected Chairperson of the Eastern Cape ANC

Despite the disruptions at the African National Congress (ANC)’s Eastern Cape Provincial Elective Conference Oscar Mabuyane has been elected as the party's new chairperson. Stephen Grootes chats to the newly appointed chairperson Oscar Mabuyane about the pending court interdict.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates Worldview

1). The Islamic State Message (an apparent recording of the reclusive IS leader). 2). Cricketing Trouble (England star Ben Stokes has been arrested & suspended). 3). Police Terror Advice (a new video on what to do in a terrorist attack).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Kenya's ruling party moves to amend the Election Law ahead of the October vote re-run. 2. Isaias Samakuva, the veteran leader of Unita, Angola’s largest opposition party, is to step down. 3. Rights groups say freedom of the press is under fire in Tanzania.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. The ANC NEC meeting starts today. It is hoped that clarity will emerge around how to proceed and whether or not to appeal the PMB high court ruling which rendered the party's provincial top brass illegal. Lots of posturing. Stephen: 2. Business activism is at an all-time high as Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) revokes the membership of both Transnet and Eskom on the basis of rampant corruption. This follows a scathing attack on President Jacob Zuma by BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale who called Zuma a thief.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: R59 protests

Bongani Baloyi, Executive Mayor at Midvaal Municipality, spoke about struggling to get assistance from authorities with regards to protesters who would block the R59 highway in Meyerton.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Irregularities at Eskom

Gia Nicolaides, EWN Reporter, spoke to Stephen about being in possession of a document that shows irregularities at Eskom, after confirming that Anoj Singh's special leave has been converted into suspension.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Soldiers could make energy from pee and aluminum.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Berlin Marathon medal

Josia Thugwane, South African Marathon legend & 1996 Olympic gold medalist, reflect on how he feels to still be remembered around the world for his legendary Olympic Games marathon win. The Berlin Marathon which took place in the German city recently, has Josia Thugwane's face on the marathon's medal.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates Worldview

1). The Russian Cannibal Couple (found guilty of polishing off 30 victims). 2). Ryanair's New Pilot Crisis (the budget airline's cancelling flights for 5 months). 3). Red Tape For A Mermaid (she's fallen foul of British health & safety inspectors).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Minister Mkhize refutes Apleni's allegations

Prof. Hlengiwe Mkhize, Minister of Home Affairs, speaks to Stephen about allegations made by DG Mkuseli Apleni against her.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Parliament terminates contract with KPMG

Lechesa Tsenoli, Deputy Speaker at National Assembly, talking about Parliament terminating its contract with KPMG. It says the decision was taken after considering the risks associated with doing business with the auditing firm. Mr. Tsenoli also spoke to Stephen about his participation on the state of capture march in Mpumalanga.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. Cosatu and SACP took to the street yesterday to raise their protest against State Capture. Several cabinet ministers were on the streets yesterday instead of being at the cabinet meeting where discussions were meant to focus on the bailout of SAA. 2. The ANC National Working Committee was scheduled to meet at 4:30 yesterday afternoon. Among the issues that was meant to be discussed was whether or not the Provincial Executive Committee of the ANC in KwaZulu Natal is meant to appeal the Pietermaritzburg high court's decision which rendered the 2015 provincial elections of the ANC illegal.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Words you'll hear

Message on Hugh Hefner tombstone.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Kids shouldn’t have TV or video games in their rooms.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates Worldview

1). Saudi Women Drivers (Saudi Arabia decides to allow women to drive). 2). Savaged by Wolves (a British tourist has been killed on holiday in Greece). 3). Getting Drastic with The Plastic Straw (is it the end of the straw as we know it?).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Fist fights erupts as Uganda's parliament debates the motion to scrap age limit- this is second attempt after failed attempt last week. 2. The United States has expanded its controversial travel ban by adding three more African countries. 3. The largest French Bank, BNP Paribas, is the subject of full-scale Rwanda probe in France.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Use of state resources

Dr. Setlhomamaru Dintwe, Inspector-General of Intelligence, talking about a growing concern that there seems to be use of state resources to settle political scores and how true is this.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: State Capture March

Stephen’s comment was on the Cosatu state capture and Gauteng ANC joining in the march. Stephen questions the sincerity of Gauteng ANC joining in on the march making the point that if ANC was really concerned about state capture and corruption they must get rid of President Jacob Zuma.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. The Pretoria High Court yesterday granted an urgent interim interdict to freeze the R1.75-billion rehabilitation trust funds of the Gupta-owned Optimum and Koornfontein coal mines. The Gupta empire appears to be crumbling or at least coming under pressure from several quarters. 2. Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) has endorsed the national strike called by trade federation Cosatu and urged businesses to allow employees to exercise their right to demonstrate. 3. The political storm over the PIC took a twist yesterday after the Finance Minister, his Deputy and the CEO of the investment vehicle tried to put on a united front. After a much-delayed press conference they denied the allegations of an attempted raid on worker pension funds. But the EFF, through a strategically timed tweet, suggested that more than one ANC presidential hopeful has a past with the institution.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Honouring SA Heroes

Why are South Africans not celebrating their heroes?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Hacking

Fell victim to hacking which left him unable to use his bank account and phone.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Campaign advertising doesn’t work.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• State capture march by Cosatu and SACP. • ANC Presidential elections. • Comparison between Thuli Madonsela and Makhosi Khoza. • Origin and history of Africa. • Dan Matjila, PIC, SOEs and the saga unfolding around all of this.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Rights of Victims

Aubrey spoke to Kevin Hacker, Attorney and Director at Fairbridges Wertheim Becker – Attorneys, about the rights of victims from the crime scene to the conclusion of the prosecution.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Worldview Report

1). North Korea's New Military Threat (it says America has declared war). 2). Russian Crimes in Crimea (a UN report points to Russian arrests & torture). 3). Football Poppies (FIFA is to lift the ban on Remembrance poppies at matches). 4). The Phantom Mourner (the strange tale of a woman who stalks funeral buffets).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BRICS Report -Brazil

1. “Super Wednesday” last week saw some big heads rolling in Brazil. 2. As the new top prosecutor is sworn in, new criminal charges are filed again President Temer. 3. Brazilian judge rules Homosexuality a disease and approves ‘conversion therapy’.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Zimbabwe pastor Ewan Mawirire is on trial for subversion and could face up to 20 years in jail. 2. Kenya Opposition embarks on mass protests today to force out Election officials. 3. Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos hands over power to João Lourenço, who had been his defense minister. Will the change lead to a more transparent Angola?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Klipspruit West School saga

Panyaza Lesufi, MEC of Education in Gauteng, also added on what was agreed upon and that classes were expected to resume today.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Klipspruit West saga

Charis Pretorius, Media Liaison for Eldorado Park Business Forum, gave Stephen an update about the meeting that MEC Lesufi had with the parents and teachers of Klipspruit West school.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Klipspruit West Secondary School

Stephen comments on the disruptions at Klipspruit West Secondary School over the appointment of a black principal. Stephen saying that like everything in this country, the are situation may have been brewing for a very long time, as may be seen in what’s happening in Vuwani goes back to the homeland system created by the Apartheid government, shootings at Marikana have their roots in the migrant labour system and the mining industry. He says what is happening in so many ways in so many places around the country is about a very human feeling- loss of hope.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. The SACP and Cosatu will have a presser today ahead of a march against state capture and job losses planned for tomorrow. 2. Lindiwe Sisulu ups the ante in her presidential bid as she takes the fight to President Jacob Zuma by calling for disciplinary action against wrongdoers in the party including President Zuma. She has now been endorsed by ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe who tweeted his preferences in a series of social media messages at the weekend. 3. Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba tries to put out fires when he meets the board of the PIC later today amid efforts to resist what many including massive public sector unions call a raid on worker pension funds. Cosatu has also asked for an urgent meeting with Gigaba as unions rally against what they say are efforts to capture the Development Finance institution.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Expressive writing decreases worry.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• NDZ’s leadership and appointment in parliament. • ANC Presidential electorates. • Ownership of land. • #BendTheKnee movement in the US by some NFL players. • Blackness vs being brown vs being African – how would like to be referred to? • PIC and Matjila issue.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : NDZ and teh ANC Presidential race

Aubrey spoke to Oliver Dickson, Socio-Political Commentator, about an article he wrote on News24 titled “NDZ in Parliament might not be such a bad thing”.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Role of fodd in South Africa's heritage

Nompumelelo Mqwebu, Head Chef at Africa Meets Europe Cuisine, spoke about the role that food plays in South Africa's heritage.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Worldview Report

1). German Extremism (Angela Merkel won the election but challenged by the right). 2). Uber Gets The Elbow (sparks fly over the London Mayor's anti Uber decision). 3). The Invincible Prince (Prince Harry's opened the Invictus Games in Canada).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: N2 toll gates

John Clarke, Spokesperson for Sustaining the Wild Coast & OUTA, commenting on whether is still necessary to try and implement toll gates on the N2.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Kenya' chief prosecutor orders investigation into the Election Board - this as a new Presidential election date was announced. 2. Cameroon's French-English divide flares up again, with more arrests. 3. Uber plans to launch a national bus service in Egypt.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Use of steroid in schools

Khalid Galant, CEO at the South African Institute for Drug Free Sport, spoke about more school pupils are testing positive for steroids at school. According to the South African Institute for Drug-Free Sport, there’s an increasing number of high school’s pupils using steroids.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: What happened to our National Pride?

Ray’s comment on was on South Africa’s heritage, and how the country has lost its national pride because of the scandals plaguing South Africa and the poor performance of SA sports national team. He called on government to restore SA’s heritage and pride

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. Cosatu's planned strike against state capture happens on the 27th, on Wednesday. The federation has been campaigning against state capture calling on President Jacob Zuma to step down. 2. ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe has officially entered the succession debate expressing his views and coming out on the side of Cyril Ramaphosa as next ANC President. 3. The Democratic Alliance (DA) has weighed in on the continued leadership of Dudu Myeni at SAA, accusing her of wanting to 'raid' the PIC as a last resort to bail out the ailing national carrier.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: South African drivers study by Shell

Dr Chris Brauer from University of London spoke about the Shell releasing findings of its emotion tracking study on South African drivers. According to the study, despite South African drivers experiencing intense traffic conditions, there are positives to take out on the performance of South African drivers.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BRAAI

Rules for braaing.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather forecast

This morning weather forecast.

THE JOHN ROBBIE SHOW: Logistics for Mandoza's memorial

Thobela Dlamini, Deputy President of the Recording Industry of South Africa spoke to John about the logistics of the memorial and what a loss Mandoza is to the industry.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Antonio Banderas in SA to launch his fragrance

Internationally acclaimed and award-winning Spanish actor, director and producer Antonio Banderas is in the country to launch The Secret Temptation fragrance that he has attached his name to.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Mayor wants a University established in the city

City of Ekurhuleni wants a University to be established in the City. It is envisioned that the establishment of the university will alleviate over-crowding of Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges as well as lessen the challenge of accessibility to universities located outside Ekurhuleni.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BRICS Report: China

Beijing’s new international airport has spent about 40% of its budget so far, or 30.8 billion yuan ($4.7 billion), as the massive facility gets set to take flight in 2019. The new airport, which will become the world’s largest by area, is located 46 kilometers (28.6 miles) south of Beijing’s city center. A spike in sales of construction equipment, along with improved profitability at industrial enterprises and a hefty surge in the prices of raw materials such as coal and steel, is fuelling the debate about whether China has entered a new boom cycle. The latest positive indicator came from the excavating machinery branch of the China Construction Machinery Association, which announced that sales of excavators in China in the first eight months of the year rose by a massive 111.1 per cent year on year to 85,766. The just-concluded summit of the BRICS, namely Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa,in Xiamen, China, highlights China's new initiative for adding new impetus for an open economy, multilateral trade that benefit the world as a whole. China has also put forward the "BRICS Plus" approach by inviting leaders of Egypt, Mexico, Thailand, Tajikistan and Guinea for a dialogue on the sidelines of BRICKS' summit held in Xiamen on Sept 3-5.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Home Affairs DG, Mkuseli Apleni, suspended

The DG of Home Affairs Mkuseli Apleni has been suspended. His lawyer, Sandile July, says he was suspended for inability to negotiate with unions and failure to resolve legal disputes amicably, among other things. He said the matter could end in the courts.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SCOPA's ANC Whip stirs controversy by appearing in SARS presser

SCOPA ANC Whip Nyami Booi stirred controversy when he appeared in the SARS presser on the KPMG report. He said he was there to gather more information as a public servant and apologizes to the public for creating an impression that he was supporting SARS.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• Reputational damage – ZCC and #KPMGReport • Disabled school child being mistreated – video • Importance of death in this world - Hierarchy on the importance of suffering • African mindset on African issues – how do we change our mindset on how we deal with our approach to our own issues? • Land ownership and dispossession.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Update on Sierra Leone

Aubrey spoke to Alpha Kamara, Journalist and Producer at West Africa Democracy Radio, about the latest update with regards to the mudslide that took place in Sierra Leone where people died and others are still missing.

TALK AT NINE: Motlanthe's comments about the ANC

Senzo Mchunu, Former KwaZulu-Natal Premier and African National Congress (ANC) Provincial Chairperson,spoke about Former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe being interviewed on BBC’s Hardtalk programme and saying the African National Congress (ANC) could lose the election in 2019 and that the party might have outlived its useful purpose in South Africa.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: a joint call for members of the party to make sure that the ANC is united

This past weekend, ANC Provincial leaders from Gauteng, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, the Free State and the North West made a joint call for members of the party to make sure that the ANC is united when its National Conference begins in December. At the ANC Mpumalanga Provincial General Council, which the leaders attended, ANC Mpumalanga Chairperson David Mabuza proposed that the party does away with slate politics, and instead comes up with "consensus leadership" ahead of the December conference. How important is it for the party to be united in December?This past weekend, ANC Provincial leaders from Gauteng, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, the Free State and the North West made a joint call for members of the party to make sure that the ANC is united when its National Conference begins in December. At the ANC Mpumalanga Provincial General Council, which the leaders attended, ANC Mpumalanga Chairperson David Mabuza proposed that the party does away with slate politics, and instead comes up with "consensus leadership" ahead of the December conference. How important is it for the party to be united in December?

TALK AT NINE: Motlanthe's comments about the ANC

Murphy Morobe, ANC veteran spoke about Former South African President Kgalema Motlanthe being interviewd on BBC’s Hardtalk programme and saying the African National Congress (ANC) could lose the election in 2019 and that the party might have outlived its useful purpose in South Africa.

TALK AT NINE: Fezekile “Khwezi” Kuzwayo

Ronnie Kasrils, Former Intelligence Minister, spoke about author and Radio personality Redi Tlhabi’s book called Khwezi which has created quite a stir. It contains allegations about how state institutions and resources were used against Fezekile “Khwezi” Kuzwayo, so she would flounder when testifying against Zuma, a man she called “Malome”, and who was her father’s best friend.

TALK AT NINE: Book: Fezekile “Khwezi” Kuzwayo

Eusebius Mckaiser, Political Commentator, Author & Host of his own Show on 702 & Cape Talk spoke about author and Radio personality Redi Tlhabi’s book called Khwezi which has created quite a stir. It contains allegations about how state institutions and resources were used against Fezekile “Khwezi” Kuzwayo, so she would flounder when testifying against Zuma, a man she called “Malome”, and who was her father’s best friend.

TALK AT NINE: KPMG SARS report

Adrian Lackay, Former South African Revenue Service (Sars) Spokesperson spoke about the Auditing firm KPMG withdrawing all of its findings and recommendations around its report into the so-called Sars “spy Unit” and it also announced a major shake-up to its leadership in South Africa.

TALK AT NINE: KPMG SARS report

Johann van Johann van Loggerenberg, Former SARS group executive, spoke about the Auditing firm KPMG withdrawing all of its findings and recommendations around its report into the so-called Sars “spy Unit” and it also announced a major shake-up to its leadership in South Africa., Former SARS group executive, spoke about the Auditing firm KPMG withdrawing all of its findings and recommendations around its report into the so-called Sars “spy Unit” and it also announced a major shake-up to its leadership in South Africa.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SAA presents cost-cutting turnaround strategy

SAA yesterday presented its cost-cutting turnaround strategy to Parliament, announcing plans to significantly reduce its flights by 23% from the end of the year‚ 37% of which would be on domestic routes‚ 11% regional and 4% on international.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Masters student fights off attackers to save thesis

Noxolo Ntuli, speaks of her ordeal after fighting off three men in an attempted robbery in Auckland Park on Monday.Armed with lessons from a self-defence class she took after her first robbery‚ she held on to the bag containing her thesis‚ which she is due to submit at the University of Johannesburg at the end of the month.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: King Kong: Not the movie, it's the musical

One of the most iconic musicals to come out of the country has come home to Johannesburg. Over 50 years ago, King Kong - The Musical was performed for the first time at the Wits University Great Hall, before going international, reaching stages such as London's West End. Last night, King Kong had its opening night at the Joburg Theatre and will run until 8 October. Andile Gumbi, who plays the role of King Kong spoke to Stephen Grootes.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Former KZN ANC chair relieved over High Court ruling

Former KZN African National Congress (ANC) chair, Senzo Mchunu says he is relieved by a High Court ruling on Tuesday declaring the outcome of the 2015 KZN ANC provincial elective conference unlawful.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: MKHWEBANE DENIES WRITING NOTE ON SARB WEAKNESSES

Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s spokesperson Cleopatra Mosana has denied that Mkhwebane wrote a note asking what the weaknesses of the SA Reserve Bank are during a meeting with the State Security Agency.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sage Small Business Awards

Head Fly Fish Adventures Guide is a finalist for The sage Business Award.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates Worldview

1. Britain steps up Hurricane relief effort. 2. President Trump's first "nine-eleven" anniversary. 3. Crucial overnight Brexit vote in Parliament.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: BRICS Report

1. In India a controversial godman, who had a huge following, was recently given a 20-year jail sentence for raping two of his female followers. 2. Safety of school children has become a big issue in India I believe. 3. India’s Supreme Court recently delivered an interesting judgment making privacy a fundamental right.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Over 500 people have dead as the cholera epidemic spreads in the DR Congo, according to the World Health Organization. 2. Kenya's Presidential candidates are on the campaign trial. The country's election re-run will cost the country 100 Million US Dollars (1.3 billion Rand). 3. Africa faces between 2 to 5 Billion US Dollar maize deficit if the Fall Armyworm is not properly dealt with

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Remembering Steve Biko

Peter reminisced about his personal experiences with Steve Biko.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Steve Biko's Legacy

Professor Simphiwe Sesanti, Associate Professor at Unisa’s Institute for African Renaissance Studies, spoke Steve Biko’s legacy and how we think and about the empowerment of Black people.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: I think Sanral is throwing in the towel

Stephen spoke about a report in the Citizen that Sanral may be nearing the end with e-tolls and has admitted to a loss in revenue. Stephen highlighted that government needed to acknowledge that it did not consult with the citizens and this is a citizenry victory.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. International business consultancy group McKinsey could be hauled before the US Justice Department on corruption and bribery charges. Corruption Watch Director David Lewis says he would be laying charges against the company. 2. Lawyers representing disgruntled ANC members who took the KwaZulu Natal ANC to court confirmed yesterday that judgment in the case will be handed down today. The outcome of which could impact the power dynamics within the ANC and way beyond KwaZulu Natal. 3. The fate of President Jacob Zuma will be the subject of two separate and significant court cases. Today and tomorrow the High Court in Pretoria will hear the DA’s application for Zuma to implement the recommendation of former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela that he establishes a judicial commission of inquiry into state capture under a judge appointed by Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Which planets could find us?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sage Small Business Awards

Sino Xaba is one of the finalist for the Sage Small Business award.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates World View

1. Latest on Hurricane Irma - as UK Government denies its response was slow. 2. Head of NATO calls for global response to North Korea. 3. Manchester Arena re-opens after terror attack.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. President Robert Mugabe tells party faithful at rally that he would not impose his wife as the country’s next president. 2. The UN says Togo must urgently introduce two-term limits to prevent a political in the country crisis. 3. Since President Paul Kagame's re-election in August, Opposition parties say police in Rwanda have targeted a string of political opponents for questioning or arrest. This weekend yet another opposition politician was arrested.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Jackson Mthembu considers retiring from politics

Jackson Mthembu, ANC Parliamentary Chief Whip, talking about the possibility of retiring from politics on national level, reforming the ANC, endorsing an ANC presidential candidates in the upcoming ANC elections and the issue of state of capture report.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Corporates are acting as political actors

Stephen Grootes questioned South African politics as well as business and government's motives amid claims of state capture. He highlighted the issue of reputations amongst corporate, government and corruption and what this reflect for the people involved in them.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk with Karima Brown

1. Speculation is high that Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma is heading for a cabinet position as soon as she is sworn in as a Member of Parliament this week. 2. The ANC leadership race is heating up, as all the ANC Presidential candidates were on the campaign trail.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Inspiring South Africa’s tennis

South African tennis has been struggling to get up from its fall, after producing a few world class players in years gone by. Over the past few years, Kevin Anderson has been quietly working his way up the tennis ladder. But in this year's US Open, Anderson has set the tennis world alight. Can Kevin Anderson's fantastic run in the US Open inspire South African tennis?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Is the alcohol industry the new tobacco?

TALK AT NINE: ANC Presidential race

Luvuyo Mpofu, Western Cape ANC Youth League's PEC member, spoke about fifteen members of the Western Cape ANC Youth League's provincial executive committee speaking out against what they call a false impression that they support Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma in the party's leadership race.

TALK AT NINE: KPMG’s fingerprints all over the Gupta empire

David Lewis, Executive Director of Corruption Watch, spoke to Karima about the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa (IoDSA), the guardian of the King codes on corporate governance, has suspended "cobranding activities" with KPMG in what is likely to be a blow to the audit firm’s ability to comfort clients while it completes a review of the work it has done for the controversial Gupta family.

TALK AT NINE: KPMG’s fingerprints all over the Gupta empire

Dr Iraj Abedien, Chief economist at Pan-African Investment and Research, spoke to Karima about the Institute of Directors in Southern Africa (IoDSA), the guardian of the King codes on corporate governance, has suspended "cobranding activities" with KPMG in what is likely to be a blow to the audit firm’s ability to comfort clients while it completes a review of the work it has done for the controversial Gupta family.

TALK AT NINE: Ongoing killings in the KZN region

Mdumiseni Ntuli, ANC KwaZulu-Natal spokesperson, spoke to Karima about the ongoing killings that have been taking place in the KwaZulu Natal region and the assertion that its ANC member s killing each other.

TALK AT NINE: Ongoing killings in the KZN region

Themba Mthembu, KwaZulu-Natal SACP secretary, spoke to Karima about the ongoing killings that have been taking place in the KwaZulu Natal region and the assertion that its ANC member s killing each other.

TALK AT NINE: Talk at Nine: Editorial

"Something evil is afoot in our country. Now that the information war has been stripped bare as nothing but a well-resourced agile but fake automated PR dirty tricks campaign, the puppet masters are at it again. They are now mimicking actual acts of intimidation, robberies that remain unsolved and attempted assassinations. The aim. To make it impossible to tell a truth from a lie. To poison our public life with conspiracy and strip it from fact and evidence. The result? A failed state. The winners? Those who want to dislodge a constitutional democracy and replace it with a shadowy state linked to international criminal networks that have no regard for sovereignty and democracy. The aim? Personal enrichment and financial gain."

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sage Small Business Awards: PEO Scaffolding & Formwork

Today we proffiled PEO Scaffolding & Formwork, a company that manufactures, hires, sells, erects and dismantles both scaffolding and Formwork.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Copper cable theft a problem in Joburg

JHB CBD has been without lights for almost a week following copper thieves who stole copper cables. Technical Advisor at the Southern African Revenue Protection Association, Rens Bindeman spoke about how this is a massive industry, making up to R11 billion a year, and that the City of Joburg of was doing enough in arresting the criminals.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Gwede Mantashe condemns smear campaigning

ANC Secretary-General, Gwede Mantashe, on the radio talking about the abuse of state resources in the battle for Presidency of the party. He would not, however, say WHO is abusing state resources. He also spoke about factionalism and how it may compromise the December elective conference, Roberg Mugabe’s comments that Mandela sold out to the whites

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Athol on a campaign to raise funds for an Oxford degree

Athol Williams, an award-winning poet from South Africa, has been axxepted at the prestigious Oxford University to his PHD, after receiving a distinction in the same University for his Masters degree. He is the first person to earn Masters degrees from five of the top universities in the world – Harvard, The London School of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of the Witwatersrand, and now Oxford. He is now on a campaign to raise funds to complete his PHD.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Domestic tourism declines, says Stats SA

Statistics South Africa has released its 2016 Domestic Tourism Survey report indicating a drop in the total number of trips taken by travellers. What do this numbers tell us? Will the sector recover?

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Firing acting Chief Procurement Officer Schalk Human

Schalk Human is one of the top senior Treasury officials who were removed from key posts, a move that was seen as to protect state looting. He was overseeing SA’s R500bn in annual public sector spending, Treasury's investigation into Tegeta and Eskom's coal supply contracts. Treasury has now defended the controversial changes in key positions

TALK AT NINE: State of Capture update

Brig Hangwani Mulaudzi, Spokesperson for the Hawks, talking about the issue of ongoing investigations and whether there are charges against Pravin Gordhan and where they stand with regards to the state of capture investigation.

TALK AT NINE: Open Line

• ANC presidential Hopeful Lindiwe Sisulu challenges all her competitors to a face off. • Cyril Ramaphosa’s indiscretion – should that play a role in the type of leader that were looking for?

TALK AT NINE: Dirty tricking ahead of ANC Presidential elections

Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla, spoke about the dirty tricks within the ANC ahead of December.

TALK AT NINE: Fight against State capture

ANC MP Derek Hanekom spoke about the reform within the ANC and the fight against state capture.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Eskom board meet over Trillian

The board of Eskom met yesterday to discuss the plan of action to deal with those who lied about the payment made to Trillian. Sikhonathi talks about how the board members are not even qualified to run a spaza shop.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Eskom board meet over Trillian

Eskom has until tomorrow to explain to Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown about its business relationship with Trillian following the flip flop made by Eskom on payments made to Trillian. The board of Eskom yesterday to discuss the plan of action to deal with those who lied about the payment made to Trillian

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Victim's of apartheid still not paid

Concerns have been raised about the process to compensate victim of apartheid. Advocate Dumisa Ntsebeza raised the question of why the President’s Fund established for the victims for apartheid have not benefited. Dr. Marjorie Jacobson of the Khulumani Support Group, confirmed this and said that the Justice department has no legislation on community reparations. It’s the poorest of them who have not been remedied.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• Politics of the bedroom. • Students go on strike at a Pretoria High school over skinny pants. • Is it time we do away with school uniforms? • Gender roles in relationships • Edward and Duduzane Zuma vs Pravin Gordhan • Robert McBride’s daughter has taken him to court over being abusive to him.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Politics of the bedroom

Aubrey spoke to Lukhona Mnguni, Political Analyst, about one of his article title” Women are human beings, not sex tools”.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: IEC state of readiness for 2019 elections

With the growing amount of calls for an early election, what is the state of readiness of the Independent Electoral Commission for the elections following the Con-Court ruling that the IEC should fix its voters' roll. Terry Tselane, the Vice-Chairperson of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) speaks to Stephen Grootes.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor

Peter Leopeng weighs in on the Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor boxing game which left many spectators disappointed. Was it a money making gimmick?

TALK AT NINE: State of Capture

Francis Antony, Director of Helen Suzman Foundation, talking about the Hawks and the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to immediately investigate allegations of state capture.

TALK AT NINE: plenary session of the 14th Congress Central Committee

SACP’s Solly Mapaila, Second Deputy General-Secretary of the South African Communist Party(SACP), spoke about their first plenary session of the 14th Congress Central Committee which took place this weekend.

TALK AT NINE: Stat SA Poverty Trends

Senior Lecturer at Wits School of Economics and Business Sciences, Lumkile Mondi spoke to Karima about the state of the country’s economy following Stats SA’S Poverty Trends report which was issued this week.

TALK AT NINE: Stat SA Poverty Trends

Dr Iraj Abedien, spoke to Karima about the state of the country’s economy following Stats SA’S Poverty Trends report which was issued this week.

TALK AT NINE: ANC Presidential choice

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga, responding to ANCWL for slamming her saying she is campaigning for her ANC presidential choice under its banner without permission.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• Why the EFF is quite on DiGrace Mugabe’s behaviour. • Favourite poems and quotes. • Repossession of houses for a fraction of what they were worth. • King Zwelithini’s comments on education and the apartheid system. • Guptas selling their assets and the bailing out of SAA.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Housing Repossession

Aubrey spoke to Adv Douglas J Shaw on a class action lawsuit against four major banks for selling people houses for a fraction of what they were worth.

TALK AT NINE: #GuptaLeaks

Senior Journalist at CitPress, spoke about the reasons why the NP will not be acting on the #GuptaLeaks. The issue of Fiath Muthambi breaching her oath of office was also discussed.

TALK AT NINE: #GuptaLeaks

Luvuyo Mfaku, NPA Spokesperson, spoke about the reasons why the NP will not be acting on the #GuptaLeaks. The issue of Fiath Muthambi breaching her oath of office was also discussed.

TALK AT NINE: ANC going forward

Political Analyst Vukani Mde reflected on the failed motion of no confidence vote against President Zuma looked at who is likely to take over as leader of the ruling party.

TALK AT NINE: Abuse against women

Carol Mohlala, Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR) Spokesperson, spoke about the claims of abuse against women by Manan by some of his staff members as well as the current pending case against him.

TALK AT NINE: Motion of Impeachment

Professor Shadrack Gutto, Constitutional Law expert, spoke about whether the call by the EFF to oust President Zuma through impeachment would be possible.

TALK AT NINE: #GuptaLeaks

Francis Antony, Director of Helen Suzman Foundation, spoke to Karima about the reasons why NPA won't act won’t act on #Gupta Leaks as revealed in the Sunday papers today.

THE MONEY SHOW: Business Unusual: Amazon

Colin spoke about the Jeff Bezos phenomena.

THE MIDDAY REPORT: IEC visit by Malema

Barry was on the radio to talk about the IEC visit by Malema.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• The Klipspruit schools deciding to go on a go slow. • Questions surrounding the identity of the coloured community. • Companies hiring on personality and not on qualification. • Julius Malema’s comments about Indians being racists.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Voetstoets

Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist for The Times, spoke to Aubrey about buying second hand good and the responsibility that stores have in informing their customers about the defects that the goods have.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• Mondli Gungubele vs Makhosi Khoza: double standards of intimidation by ANC • Men’s initiation ceremony • Comparison between the St John’s issue and miWay issue on how they were handled – was it fair? • FNB stampede. • Zulu Monarchy.

TALK AT NINE: Treason charges against MPs

OUTA's Chief Operating Officer, Ben Theron, spoke about the various charges of treason that they have laid against cabinet ministers.

TALK AT NINE: Dalmini-Zuma meets with NUMSA's Irvin Jim

Theto Mahlakoana, Political Writer at Business Day, spoke about Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s meeting with Numsa’s Irvin Jim which has apparently raised concerns amongst Numsa members.

TALK AT NINE: Edward Zuma's open ltter

Prof Bongani Majola, Chairperson of the South African Human Rights Commission, spoke about President Jacob Zuma’s son, Edward Zuma’s open letter and his scathing attack on the SA Human Rights Commission after the commission announced on Friday that’s it was investigating Edward over “statements that promote hatred based on race”.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Th Africa report

1. African Union troops are ambushed in Somalia with close to 40 troops dead. 2. Millions of Senegalese vote in the tightly contested legislative elections. 3. Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe hits back at detractors at a rally. He says he is 'not dying' as health concerns mount and calls for an early election.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: FNB Stampede

Jacques Grobbelaar, CEO at Stadium Management South Africa, gave an update as what happened at FNB stadium on Saturday where two people died and others sustained injuries.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: NPA forms an investigative unit on the State of Capture report

Adv. Luvuyo Mfaku, Spokesperson at NPA, talking about an investigative unit that is being reported to be formed to look into people named in the state of capture report.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. The ANC's NEC Lekgotla was held at the weekend. The presser is at 2 PM this afternoon. 2. The DA wants to summon Faith Muthambi to explain why she flew 30 family members to her budget vote speech. They want her to account to Parliament. 3. The NPA is said to have assembled a team to investigate state capture. This is after law enforcement agencies have been criticised over their tardiness in investigating and probing the allegations of corruption involving billions of rands in various state owned enterprises. 4. The Young Communist League (YCL) in KwaZulu Natal in Ilanga has had its OR Tambo memorial lecture disrupted by ANCYL members where Makhosi Khoza was meant to be the key note speaker. This intolerance has become a pattern in KZN and seem to be a harbinger of things to come.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Being an intern may damage your pay prospects.

TALK AT NINE: Open Line

• Makhosi Khoza disciplinary hearing at ANC’s KZN branch. • Cyril Ramaphosa speaking against blessers. • Questions surrounding whether NUMSA has been captured or not after it was reported that Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma met with Irvin Jim.

TALK AT NINE: Motion of no Confidence against President Zuma

ANC Member of Parliament, Mondli Gungubele, has come out saying he is going to vote against President Jacob Zuma on the motion of no confidence when it is tabled in Parliament next month.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - Sustaining Breastfeeding Together’

World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated from 1-7 August and this year’s theme is ‘Sustaining Breastfeeding Together’. We do the PR for ADSA (Association for Dietetics in South Africa) and our focus this year addresses one of the four global campaign pillars, Women's Productivity and Employment. Breastfeeding mothers in South Africa are protected by the Basic Conditions of Employment Act and are legally entitled to two 30-minute breaks per day for breastfeeding or expressing milk if their infants are younger than 6-months. Most women however do not receive adequate maternity protection and returning to work is often a barrier to breastfeeding. Many mothers struggle to balance breastfeeding and paid work, therefore stopping breastfeeding earlier than they should.

AZANIA MOSAKA: SA's first black musical 'King Kong' returns

‘King Kong’, the musical, is set to punch its way into the hearts of a new generation almost 50 years since its original performance in Sophiatown.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Typical fraudster characteristics

The South African Fraud Prevention Service has compiled research to identify certain characteristics of fraudsters. This outlines some aspects that are typical of a fraudster’s demographic profile

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - Saving

In this Masterclass we find out how much Azania has managed to save for Savings Month. We also discover good saving tips.

AZANIA MOSAKA: The end of Sunday Show Days?

Is this the end of Sunday Show Days? How safe is it to let your Social Media friends in on your home, especially if there are people on there that you don’t have a personal relationship with? It’s a great way to save thousands by selling it on FB.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Role of the private sector in the NHI

Interview with Dr Clarence Mini - Acting Managing Director, of the Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) Southern Africa, talking about the role of the private sector in the national healthcare insurance.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Eskom • #TimolInquest • #BeSomebody

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Cultural beliefs about being left handed. • Cultures and beliefs that cannot be explained. • Julius Malema says they’re about 60 MPs who will be willing to vote President Zuma out. • Makhosi Khoza not having accepted the security offer by parliament. • Reasons we close our eyes when we pray. • OUTA says that load shedding was inflicted on the public.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Issue of copyright & related rights.

Interview with Sean Flynn, Associate Director and Lecturer in Residence at American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL), talking to us about the roundtable discussion that Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI) had on the issue of copyright & related rights.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Used juice and milk cartons now being recyclable in South Africa

Interview with John Hunt - Managing Director at Mpact Recycling, talking about used juice and milk cartons now being recyclable in South Africa.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #MsebenziZwane • #PublicProtector • #Mandela’sLastYear

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• 702’s tweet • PP saying, she will investigate Eskom’s controversial R30 million pension pay-out. • Appraising PP. • How many times a week do you change your bed linen? • Mayor Mashaba saying he won’t allow dilapidated buildings to be hijacked. • How JHB CBD currently looks.

TALK AT NINE: Violence against women

Mia Malan, Mail & Guardian Health Editor, spoke to us about some of the factors that make men more likely to be violent towards women, and how that impacts on our country.

TALK AT NINE: Moerane Commission

Political Analyst Lukhona Mnguni spoke to Karima about the political killings in KZN and some of the shocking revelations at the R15-million Moerane Commission of Inquiry that took place this week.

TALK AT NINE: SACP's Mapaila takes legal action against Zuma

Alex Mashilo, South African Communist Party (SACP) Spokesperson, spoke to Karima about the announcement made by SACP deputy secretary Solly Mapaila last week that he’s taking legal action against President Zuma as he believes he lied about the reason for the removal of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

TALK AT NINE: Lack of prosecution against those implicated in State of Capture

Dr Johan Burger, Senior Researcher Consultant at the Institute for Security Studies, spoke to Karima Brown about the inaction on the part of law enforcements to act against those implicated in state capture.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Night out for two at Monte Casino

Interview with Debbie Combrink, Marketing manager for MonteCasino, talking about Night out for two that is currently taking place at MonteCasino.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #RIPChester • #RayPhiriMemorial • #ESKOM

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Uber vs Meter taxis • Does SA need young leadership. • Depression – perceptions by society • Presidential credentials. • Can religious leaders play a role in healing the KZN situation?

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: The NextGen Academy

Kim Willoughby - Head of The NextGen Academy, about this recently launched academy that is geared towards educating and empowering aspiring entrepreneurs, by equipping them with the rights skills and knowledge of the business world.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entrepreneur Feature - GloryBaby

Yolie Thela, Managing Director & Founder of GloryBaby, about her business called “GloryBaby”

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #10111strike • # PrudenceMabele • #Eskom

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Tribalism in SA and within the NAC • KZN ANC branch saying Dr. Makhosi Khoza is ill-disciplined. • According to the SAPS’ most recent crime statistics there’s a massive increase in hijackings in South Africa. • Brian Molefe being paid R8.9 million & R2.1 mill bonus for the 8mnths he served as Eskom’s CEO.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Mental Health Awareness month (July)

Interview with Dessy Tzoneva, Senior Councillor/Spokesperson at South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), talking about July being mental health awareness month as well as talk about some of the 31 Mental Health Facts that people should be aware of.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Makhosi Khoza • #MandelaDay • #FutureofSA

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Uber vs meter taxis violence. • What are you excited about this morning? • What you did on Mandela Day. • Nationwide strike by 10111workers. • SAPS and Parliament offering security for Dr. Makhosi Khoza. • Should qualifications be mandatory for political positions? • medical aid members continue to face prejudice & discrimination by their medical aid schemes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - 48V Mild Hybrid Systems

The the 48V system will help internal combustion engines survive longer. Nicol also attended the Audi Summit in Barcelona.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Biodegradable plastic bags

Azania chats to the senior researcher from the CSIR about biodegradable plastic bags that they have invented.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Civil society organisations conference to build a broad front against state capture

Civil society conference on how to recapture SOuth Africa.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Millennials transition into the workforce

Waldo Egan, Professional Development Manager at Vastratech, talking about the transition of millennials into the workforce

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• # Glebelands • #RKelly • #WorldEmojiDay

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• What kinds of conversation would you like to see going on in SA? • Possibility of President Zuma being involved in the 2014 violence where 89 people were killed • Emojis for SA • Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi’s comment on foreigners.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Western Cape hard-hitting ad will make you think twice about texting and driving

Azania chats about an advert that hopes to tackle texting and driving.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Uber drivers under attack

Azania chats to a group of Uber drivers/owners about the attacks on Uber drivers in Gauteng.

AZANIA MOSAKA: City of Joburg tackles hi-jacked buildings

Azania chats to the representative in the City of Joburg who is responsible for hi-jacked buildings.

JENNY CRWYS-WILLIAMS: Open Line with Aubrey Masango

Louis Vuitton turned Basotho blankets into expensive fashion items. Aubrey asked listeners If they think Lois Vuitton should pay Basotho and who is going to get the money. Aubrey also talked about the former president interview on Power FM especially the land issue. He also asked listeners if they know what Imali Yeqolo is and the meaning of onomatopoeia.

TALK AT NINE: Secret voting in parliamnet

United Democratic Front (UDM) Leader General Bantu Holomisa spoke to Karima about the secret ballot voting and the planned March on the 8th of August

TALK AT NINE: SACP to run for 2019 elections

Karima spoke to re-elected South African Commuinst Party (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande who announced yesterday that the party will contest the 2019 general election under its own banner.

TALK AT NINE: Min. Sisulu runs for ANC Presidency

Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu spoke to Karima about her acceptance of her nomination to run for president of the African National Congress (ANC). Her nomination is in defiance of the ANC Women’s League’s call to back Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as the only female candidate.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Can you take a mental health day at work?

Interview with Peter Strasheim, Managing Consultant / Owner at DLM Labour & HR Management, to talk about employees’ rights to take a mental health day.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SollyMapaila • #RayPhiri • #MzwakheMbuli • #Ntshalintshali

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Au Pair earning close to R13 000 in South Africa. • Should you be in a relationship if you’re broke or don’t have a job? • Origins of spirituality. • Spelling of Africa names.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Breakfast for a buddy campaign

Interview with Ashton Frodsham, Former LeadSA Hero and a St Albans College student, talking about a ‘breakfast for a buddy campaign’ that he came up with.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the News Editor of the Times Dianne Hawker.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #LonwaboTsotsobe • #Makhura • #VenusWilliams

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Religious practitioners need to be regulated. • Levels of trust between South Africans and police officers. • Companies allow employees to take sick leave for mental health. • Four lions that escaped from Kruger National Park.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Study on the commercialization of religion and abuse of the people’s belief systems.

The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities conducted and investigative study on the commercialization of religion and abuse of the people’s belief systems

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Ontlametse Phalatse's documentary

Interview with Keabetswe Mokoena who produced a documentary about the late Ontlametse Phalatse’s life.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Using social media to get your career ahead

Luyanda Madonia, fashion blogger, on how she used social media to create a name for herself.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #KalushiDay • #SACP • #PublicProtector

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Are men superior to women and vis-a-versa? • Making our airports safer. • Government considering using our health rebates for the National Health Insurance (NHI). • What do you consider “ill-disciplined”?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The black woman in love

Gabaza spoke to Aubrey about the black woman in love French feminist de Beauvoir's prolific book, The second Sex.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Japhet Ncube, Editor of The Star newspaper, talking about stories making headlines this morning.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Maswanganyi • #Rooney • #DrSefularoLecture

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Makhosi Khoza writing to Parliamentspeaker Baleka Mbete. • Taxi industry and Min Joe Maswanganyi saying it’s unfair for the industry to pay exorbitant fees. • Service Delivery in Diepsloot. • Regulation of the taxi industry and whether taxi owners make money.

TALK AT NINE: Open Line

• Makhosi Khoza and her being outspoken within ANC. • Taxi industry – suspended taxi strike. • BLF and intimidation of journalists.

TALK AT NINE: Conference for the Future of South Africa

Neeshan Balton, Executive Director of the Kathrada Foundation, spoke about a ‘Conference for the Future of South Africa’ that the foundation will be hosting next Tuesday, the purpose of the conference is to discuss united action to stop state capture and recapturing the state.

TALK AT NINE: SACP’s 14th Congress

SACP first Deputy General Secretary, Jeremy Cronin spoke about SACP’s 14th Congress scheduled to take place from tomorrow to Saturday the 15th of July.

TALK AT NINE: White Monopoly Capital and state capture

Joel Netshitenzhe, ANC's strategy and tactics chairperson and NEC Member, spoke about the ANC’s Policy Conference, White Monopoly Capital and state capture.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Friday Profile - Comedian Jason Goliath

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - family travel in winter

This week in the travel feature we explore family travel and top winter escapes for SA families since its school holiday season.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: The Inconvenience of Wings play

Mncedisi Shabangu, an actor, on a play that highlights the issue of mental illness in our society.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

Finding out the latest in entertainment news with Kay Selisho, Entertainment Journalist and Digital Content Creator at Zalebs.com

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SanefvsBLF • #RobKardashian • #Lukaku • #MissSAChallenge

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• ICC decision on South Africa. • Miss SA challenge • BLF and SANEF court interdict • Baleka Mbete and the secret ballot vote

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - La Boqueira

In the food feature this week Azzania chats to the co owners from La Boqueria in Park Town

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

On the show this morning Gushwell talked about the ICC ruling on Bashir’s visit to South Africa. The other issue that people discussed was the issue of white monopoly capital. Gushwell also talked about the Foreign Public Relations company Bell Pottinger apology.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Dimzique Jewellery

Yvonne Manyiki, Founding Director of Dimzique Jewellery, talking about how she started her business and the lessons she learnt from it.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #JHBFire • #Sisulu • #Hakws

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• King Zwelithini’s budget. • Extending social grants to the age of 21. • ANC succession race. • Could Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Cyril Ramaphosa, Baleka Mbete and David Makhura unite ANC going forward or eradicate factionalism within the party? • Min. Gigaba challenging Mkhwebane’s advice/decision on amending the Reserve Bank’s constitution. • Hawks break-in.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango :

Gushwell spoke to Stanley about setting a goal and how to accomplish your goals.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Blood transfusion and blood donors

Dr Jackie Thomson- Acting CEO and a Medical Director at the SANBS, answering blood donor and blood transfusion questions that were raised last week on the show.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Opportunity to participate in Dubai

Lethabo Malaka, student from Rhodesfield Technical High School, who has an opportunity to participate in Dubai and requires assistance.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #White Monopoly Capital • #Vuwani • #CheckPoint

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• A study suggests that men and women still find working together 'inappropriate'. • Concept of 'white monopoly capital' rejected by majority at ANC policy conference. • PAC saying, they will ‘physically defend’ journalists. • ANC thinking of having two deputy presidents and thinking about allowing its members participating in electing its leadership.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Timeshare contracts

The National Consumer Commission’s inquiry panel into the vacation ownership or "timeshare" industry has identified the resale of points as one of the key issues it will focus on in its investigation.The panel, lead by former chairwoman of the National Consumer Tribunal Diane Terblanche, began hearing directly from consumers on Monday in Pretoria.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #TaxSeason2017 • #AlexanderForbes • #BathabileDlamini

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• The Free Movement of Basotho calling for the incorporation of their country into SA. • History and origins of different tribes in South Africa. • Do you feel that the ANCWL’s speaks for you as a South African? • Social Development min Bathabile Dlamini appointed as acting police minister. • Challenges that doctors experience within our health system. • Scientists find that women are given a tougher time in interviews than men.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Motivation Monday: Ran Comrades Marathon

Interview with Will Addison talking about how he lost 20 kg's in 7 months and completed the Comrades Marathon.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Taking a look at stories making headlines in the Pretoria News today with Val Boje, Editor of the Pretoria News.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #ConfedCup • #BafanaBafana • #Germany

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Re-evaluating/repositioning your goals. • DBE considering to lower the passing rate. • Treasury bailing out SAA with R2.2 billion • Retirement plans and retiring at 65. • Protest delivery action in Lolly.

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

Opening the show Karabo asked listeners the difference between standing committee and sitting committee. The other issue that was discussed on the show was radical economic transformation. People are still talking about the ANC policy conference. Karabo also talked about the issue of Andile harassing Peter Bruce.

TALK AT NINE: Cosatu and BLSA agree to tackle state capture

Bheki Ntshalintshali, Cosatu general- secretary, about their recent two-day meeting held with Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) where both organization’s agreed to do whatever they can, separately and jointly, to fight state capture and help get the economy going.

TALK AT NINE: ANC Conference 2017

Ebrahim Fakir, Political Analyst, talking to Karima about the ANC Conference that is currently taking place in Nasrec and what they make of the events that have already unfolded.

TALK AT NINE: ANC Conference 2017

Sthembile Mbete, Political Analysts, talking to Karima about the ANC Conference that is currently taking place in Nasrec and what they make of the events that have already unfolded.

TALK AT NINE: ANC stalwarts refuse to attend the ANC Conference

Cheryl Carolus, ANC Veteran and Former ANC Deputy Secretary General, spoke to Karima about the president’s comments about the ANC stalwarts during his opening address at the ANC Conference at Nasrec. Cheryl also commented on the issue of the secret ballot and the bailing out of South African Airways (SAA).

TALK AT NINE: SANEF to take legal action against BLF

Sam Mkokeli, SANEF Media Freedom Subcommittee Chairperson, talking about the legal action they have taken against BLF’s threats against journalists.

AZANIA MOSAKA: 702 Unplugged - Jaziel Brothers

AZANIA MOSAKA: Friday Profile - Emmanuel Castis

Azania chat to Emmanuel about his new role in Days of Our Lives

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - Volunteer Tourism

More and more people are seeking out a way to make a difference. They don’t just want a holiday for the sake of beach, cocktails and shopping but they want the opportunity to feel as if they have participated in benefiting the host country.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - 47OnGrant

Azania chat about this restaurant with a Turkish Fusion menu.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Connected with Standard Bank

Nikiwe Bikitsha is on the last leg of her visit to Mauritius for Africa Connected with Standard Bank. She has been in Mauritius for the past few days, exploring business opportunities in that country.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Emirates World View

1). An Iraqi Victory In Mosul (the Iraqi PM declares the end of Islamic State). 2). The Grenfell Fire Inquiry (a promise of early results & lessons to be learned). 3). Hong Kong's Mixed Blessings (20 years since the UK passed it back to China). 4). Hand Luggage Taboos (airports report an astonishing array of bad baggage).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. The UN General Assembly is set to approve massive budget cuts for African Union peacekeeping missions... 2. The Kenyan nursing strike has entered its 30th today day and the Health Minister is asking the Courts to intervene 3. The UN children’s agency, UNICEF, has opened an air corridor to test the effectiveness of drones in humanitarian emergencies in Malawi.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Nedbank Business Accelerator

Xolani spoke to Lebogang Morule one of the finalist for the Nedbank Business Aclerator.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Modi Mining

Sam Molefi spoke to Xolani about the success of his business and the issues it faces in the mining sector. His company Modi Mining was the overall winner at the recent Shanduka Black Umbrellas National Enterprise Developments Awards.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

• ANC Conference • Intimidation of journalists by BLF.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Trivia

Computers can now read minds.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: ational Arts Festival

Tony Lankester, CEO of the National Arts Festival, to talk about what we can expect from the 43rd year National Arts Festival that is currently taking place till 9th July.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

Entertainment news that made headlines this week with Kay Selisho, Entertainment Journalist and Digital Content Creator at Zalebs.com

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #FarewellRedi • #ANCGala • #Motsoaledi

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Suna Venter’s passing away • All schools to offer African language from Grade 1 in 2018 • learners being subjected to searches to prevent them cheating in the examination room. • Which language would you love for your child to learn from Grade 1? • What do you make of the ANC stalwarts saying they’ll be boycotting he first two days of the ANC conference? • MEC Panyaza Lesufi and the state of South Africa’s education system as well as parent’s role in it.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Circumcission

Dr Odion Aire, urologist from the urology hospital in Pretoria and we will be talking all circumcision.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the Journalist at The Times Kyle Cowan.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #GuptaCitizenship • #DuduMyeni • #ANCPolicy

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Mkhuseli Apleni's explanation about the Gupta citizenship in parliament. • Is it a coincidence that Home Affairs forgot to inform parly about the naturalisation of the Guptas? • dept. of education looking to axe principals who achieve 0% matric pass rate. • challenges that rural areas face with regards to crime and its impact on the agricultural sector. • Zimbabweans are demanding the right to vote in their next election.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer’s right of return

Since the commencement of the Consumer Protection Act, there have been some businesses who have stubbornly resisted compliance with its provisions.The Consumer Protection Act provides that, where goods are found to be defective in quality within six months of their purchase, the customer may insist upon a refund, or may allow the seller the chance to repair or replace the goods.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Ferrari/Mazda accident

Azania chats to Azania about the accident between a Ferrari and a Mazda, and why it is that the Ferrari has more damage than the Mazda.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Diversity in children's toys

Azania chats about the lack of diversity when it comes to children's toys for black kids.

AZANIA MOSAKA: The music lives on at Netcare Milpark Hospital’s Burns Unit

Azania chats about the story of Kechi Okwuchi who was one of two people whio survived a plane crash 12 years ago. She is now a contestant on America's Got Talent. Prof Plani recounts the day he resuscitated her at Milpark Hospital's Burns Unit.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: 02 TRUCK OF LOVE WITH SPAR

Claire Hoff, Development Manager at the Tshepong Centre for the Disabled, talking about the 7 experience and the its impact.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: World Blood Donor Month

Mr Ivor Hobbs, Regional Marketing Manager at the SANBS, talking about June as a World Blood Donor Month.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #PrisonStrippers • #Nehawu • #FreedomCharter

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Exotic dancer in prison • CR saying that he supports the Concourt decision. • Tanzania’s President John Magufuli bans young girl who fall pregnant from going back to school • Zim govt repossessing "unproductive farms from beneficiaries & redistributing it again • Blood donation and listeners experience

TALK AT NINE: Building houses for Marikana widows

Joseph Mathunjwa, President of Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU), spoke about the Marikana Massacre AMCU trust fund whose main objective is to building houses for the widows and immediate families of the slain mine workers.

TALK AT NINE: ANC succession debate

Lukhona Mnguni, Political Analysts, spoke about how the succession battle is shaping up ahead of the ANC Policy Conference.

TALK AT NINE: ANC succession debate

Sthembile Mbete, Political Analysts, spoke about how the succession battle is shaping up ahead of the ANC Policy Conference.

TALK AT NINE: Political funding for political parties

Dr zweli Mkhize, African National Congress (ANC) Treasurer General, spoke about political party funding and the significance of getting it regulated and transparent.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival

Gaisang Sathekge, Event Coordinator for Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival, talking about the Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival and what to expect from it.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

1. Black Coffee now owns Zone 6 Venue 2. Babes Wodumo fails to apply for travel visa for the BET Awards 3. Mshoza's mom passes away due to lung and heart complications 4. Khuli goes to France to bag an award 5. Afrikaans soapie actress shot during home invasion 6. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West hire a surrogate

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SecretBallot • #ZumaQandA • #Concourt

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Is breastfeeding in public still a taboo? • Zimbabwe special dispensation visas expire in December. • Cabinet has approved the White Paper on the National Health Insurance (NHI) to be gazetted as a policy document. • South Africa has more domestic workers in employment than professionals. • Will Baleka Mbete decide to have a secret ballot on the motion of no confidence against. • President Zuma’s Q&A in parliament.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - National Epilepsy Week

Azania chats about Epilepsy from seizures, risks and living with Epilepsy.

AZANIA MOSAKA: How not to be a terrible boss

Azania finds out the difference between bosses, managers and leaders in the work place.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Consequences of a secret vote in Parliament

Azania chats to about the consequences and scenarios if a secret vote is held in Parliament.

AZANIA MOSAKA: How does a secret vote in Parliament work ?

Azania finds out exactly how the voting process will work if the Speaker of Parliament allows this to go ahead.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taking your employer to the Labour court

Adv. Tertius Wessels, Industrial Relations Manager at Strata G Labour Solutions, talking about employees should know when taking their employers to the Labour court.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Invitation to participate at Intekaltuur, Canta Al Mar Music

Simon Rathethe, Choir Manager for Light of Hope, whose choir has been invited to participate at Intekaltuur, Canta Al Mar Music Competitions at Barcelona Spain.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #SocialMediaBlackout • #Malema • #SAPOA17

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Meter taxis vs Uber drivers’ strike. • Dropping English as a national and suggestion that we should take up Zulu. • A man was imprisoned for dangling a baby out of a window to attract "likes" on Facebook. • Julius Malema’s comments at the South African Property Owner’s Association 2017. • Allegations that untrained staff have been conducting post-mortems in our mortuaries. • #SocialMediaBlackout that was not successful.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Wet and Dry Coughs

Dr. Marlin McKay, general practitioner at Goldman Medical Centre, talking about how to get through wet and dry coughs this winter.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper with the Times Journalist Sipho Mabena.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Prisoners being given laptops to help them further their education. • Is Public Protector Mkhwebane out of her depth with regards to her findings on the Absa and Reserve Bank report? • Person of interest who died in Yende’s case. • State of refugees in South Africa.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : How to buy a car

Wendy spoke to Aubrey about the practical information about what to look out for and what questions to ask when they sit down to sign for their new set of wheels.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature

The Motor Industry Ombudsman answers all your car industry issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Data Must Fall

The “Data Must Fall” hashtag has found its way back onto Twitter. This time Twitter users are calling for a social media blackout to protest the high cost of data. Last year, Touch Central CEO Tbo Touch and Cliff Central founder Gareth Cliff addressed Parliament’s telecommunications and postal services portfolio committee about their concerns over high data costs in the country.

AZANIA MOSAKA: City of Joburg to embark on door to door to sort out billing

The City of Johannesburg is going on a door-to-door campaign to educate its customers about paying their accounts on time and to resolve any queries.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Youth unemployment and fraud

Azania chats about the pressure of unemployment on the youth that my tempt fraud, such as false information on a CV, or fake qualifications in order to secure a job.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: #Food4Fees initiative

Nthato Malope, Director at Insights, talking about #Food4Fees initiative to raise funds for tuition fees.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #Mkhwebane • #Absa • #CIEX

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• State of South African roads. • Human trafficking in South Africa. • Cyril Ramaphosa’s ANC presidential campaign. • SASSA Saga: Is the Post Office equipped enough to distribute grants nationally? • WHO regards being single as a disability. • Rape and abuses cases to be takn to court after 20years, this comes from landmark ruling yesterday written by Justice of Appeal Jonathan Heher, which brought South Africa on a par with the US, Australia, New Zealand and Canada in the recognition of the rights of adult survivors of child abuse.

TALK AT NINE: Everything SABC

Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo spoke to Karima about the SABC, everything from the Editorial Independence, their Financial Challenges, repression and censorship at the SABC.

TALK AT NINE: MKMVA Elective Conference

Thabang Makwetla from the MK National Council Steering Committee, discussed issues related to a faction of the MKMVA that wants the recent Elective Conference annulled.

TALK AT NINE: MKMVA Elective Conference

Dumisani Nduli, General Secretary of the ANC Umkhonto We Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) discussed issues related to a faction of the MKMVA that wants the recent Elective Conference annulled.

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

Aubrey asked listeners what they did on June 16 and father’s day. He also talked about Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor fight. Aubrey also talked about the dance analogy and asked listeners if they know anything about the dance of Sheba. He then spoke about the allegations of crimes and corruption.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Upclose and Personal Concert

Ringo Mandlingozi, singer and songwriter, talking about his up-close and personal concert at Silverstar Casino and what people can expect from him.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #TaxiStrike • #YouthDay • #MiningCharter

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Taxi Strike • Mining Charter • Youth Day – June 16

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

• Travelling tourist destination within South Africa. • Taxi strike and the taxi industry in general • Effects of the taxi strike • Renaming South Africa and history of the name Azania.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Travelling and tourism in South Africa

Aubrey spoke to Siyanda Dlamini, Marketing Director of Fortis hotels, spoke about South Africans not visiting a lot of tourist attraction in our country as well as pick some of the places listeners could visit this weekend.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Youth innovation and Entrpreneurship

Khaya Cokoto, Co-Founder and Managing Director of X Spark, talking about the development of youth innovation and entrepreneurship.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Taxi strike in Midrand and Pretori

Edna Mamonyane, JMPD Spokesperson, gave us an update on which highways and were barricaded.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Taxi strike • Listeners reporting of areas that have been blocked off. • Midrand is blocked off, people can’t drive in or out of the area.

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

• Notion of being inherent corrupt. • Mogale city mayoral saga. • Secret votes in parliament and municipalities.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Motor Industry Ombudsman annual report

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist, talking about the Motor Industry Ombudsman released his annual report for 2016.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Knowing and understanding change

Aubrey spoke to Stanley Beckett, author of Lift Off, spoke about knowing and understanding change and how it impacts one's life.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: 3RD Orange Farm Leadership Summit 2017

Tumi Mokoena, Head of Empowayouth @ Empowaworx, talking about 3RD Orange Farm Leadership Summit 2017.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #HlaudiMotsoeneng • #SABC • #BenNgubane

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Ben Ngubane reigning as chair of Eskom. • Hlaudi Motsoeneng being fired by the SABC board. • Security and securitization issues.

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

• Min Lynn Brown announcing the resignation of Eskom chairperson Baldwin Ngubane. • Notion that Africans leaders are corrupt and what the implications of that says about us as Africans. • African leadership being questioned and criticized. • Issue of corruption being genetic or learned was highly debated. • Swaziland and Lesotho are unsustainable - should be incorporated to SA.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Fidget spinner inventor has made no maney

Azania takes a look at the inventor of the fidget spinner who has made no money from the craze. She chats about patents.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Report of Sexual Offences - Adult Prostitution

Azania chats about the report complied by the South African Law Reform Commission about the law regarding prostitution

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Difference between technical recession and full-blown recession

Aubrey spoke Yamkela F. Spengane, Independent researcher, about the difference between technical recession and full-blown recession and how will this impact us on our lives? What does it mean for you and I?

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Mother and Daughter camp

Mrs.Mamanese Mathule, Professional Speaker, Facilitator and Managing Director TM Events & Management Founder of Makoti & Mamazala Retreats, talking their upcoming Mother and Daughter camp.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Morning Editor

Taking a look at stories making headlines in the Star Newspaper today with Japhet Ncube, Editor of the Star Newspaper.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Gupta leaked emails • Springbok game on Saturday • Mathews Phosa accepts nominations to run for ANC presidency.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: ‘I Love Melville’ exhibition

Dennis da Silva, Master Printer & Co-Founder of Alternative Print Workshop, talking about the ‘I Love Melville’ exhibition.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #EFFPresser • #NUMCC • #KnysnaFire

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

 EFF Presser yesterday.  NUM’s central executive committee conference  South African Council of Churches (SACC) saying South Africa has lost its moral compass and that parliament should be dissolved.  Moral fiber of the country.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Making change

Aubrey spoke to Francois about the first of making change. they also talked about the Comrades Marathon.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Healthy Lifestyle Feature - Contraception for the mature woman

In this weeks Healthy Lifestyle Feature, Azania takes a look at contraception for mature women.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Hand painted portraits

Azania chats to Victor Dlamini about handcrafted painting or photographs of people that we often find in our grand parents homes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: World Ocean Day 2017

Azania chats about the importance of the Ocean on World Ocean Day 2017.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Online CampusPlug

Bongani Masilela, CEO of CampusPlug, talking about an online platform created by university students with the aim of empowering their peer.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Update on Knysna fire

James-Brent Styan, Spokesman for Western Cape local Govt MEC Anton Bredell, gave an update on the Knysna fire and evacuation update.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Helen Zille suspended by the DA • Was Helen’s colonial tweet offensive or not? • Colonialism vs Apartheid vs Democracy • Is there a difference between colonialism and apartheid? • Developers being part of trustees – what does the law say?

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Capestorm and Knysna Fire

Kevin Brandt, EWN Reporter, giving an update about the #Capestorm and #KnysnaFire

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Need for affirmative resistance

Gushwell spoke to Solly about his article on the affirmative resistance to state capture. He said South Africa needs nation builders

AZANIA MOSAKA: Master Class - The JSE

Today in our Master Class Feature, Azania takes a look at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and how it all comes together.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Delron Buckley - My Life

Azania chats to former Bafana Bafana footballer Delron Buckley about his book titled Delron Buckley: My Life is the inspiring story of a young man who against the odds left behind the comfort of his family and the land of his birth, to successfully seek out his dream overseas. Despite the many difficulties he faced in a foreign land he rose to become a respected and recognisable figure in world football. It’s an amazing story of him growing up in Durban, South Africa to earning a professional contract for Bochum FC as a 16 year old in the premier German Bundesliga

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: World Heart Rhythm Week

Dr Vachait spoke to Ray aboput irregaular heart beats and one can determine if they have an irregular heart beat.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Mornign Editor

Stories making headlines in the Times Newspaper.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

• #CapeStorm • #Recession • #Prasa • #LifeEsidemeni

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Changes you would like to see in your country • Cape storm • SA in recession • #GuptaLeakedEmails

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer issues

Guswell spoke to Wendy about network marketing plans, formerly know as multilevel marketing.Network marketing plans are started by a company selling some product — fruit juice, soap, vitamin pills, water filters; anything, it doesn't matter — through a network of independent distributors who are promised exponential commissions by recruiting multiple levels of other distributors beneath them

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Rotary Club Festival

Hugh Rix, member of the Rotary Club of Rosebank, talking about the Rotary Club Festival that is currently taking place at the Hyde Park Corner.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: “The System” play

Seiphemo Motswiri, Director of the play “The System” at the State Theatre, talking about what the play is all about and how it was ensembled as well as the awards it won and its success abroad.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

#NalediAwards17 #GHSDefendYourGirls #WorstFeelingEver #JusticeFactor

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• DA suspending Helen Zille on her colonial tweet. • Brian Molefe’s case against Eskom and Min. Lynn Brown. • Grade 11 pupil makes racist comment in Durban • Min Gigaba says our SOEs are performing well. • Your child getting along with your ex’s partner. • Dress codes in schools

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Toxic masculinity

The concept of toxic masculinity describes standards of behaviour among men in contemporary American and European society that encourage domination and control of others while being opposed to intellectualism and emotional sensitivity.Masculinity doesn’t “belong” to any single gender or agender community. Anyone can identify as masculine, masculine of center, or be masculine-presenting. That’s a fact.

TALK AT NINE: London Terror Attack

Our UK Correspondent, Gavin Grey, gave us the latest on the London Terror Attack.

TALK AT NINE: Failure of Police to investigate corruption

David Lewis, Executive Director of Corruption Watch, spoke to Karima about the Capture of the Police & their failure to investigate the alleged corruption in government.

TALK AT NINE: Eruption of Political Violence

Mary de Haas, Independent Researcher and Violence Monitor, spoke to Karima about political violence that has been erupting in the country.

TALK AT NINE: Protest outside Solly Mapaila's house

SACP’s spokesperson, Alex Mashilo, spoke about a group of people that protested outside Solly Mapaila’s home on Tuesday, saying he must stop publicly criticising Zuma.

TALK AT NINE: Increase in political violence

Minister of Police Fikile Mbalula spoke to Karima about the increase in political violence as well as his announcement this week of Lieutenant General Lesetja Mothiba as the new acting National Commissioner of Police.

AZANIA MOSAKA: SASSA deductions

We have been inundated with pensioners calling into the show about abnormal deductions coming off their state pensions.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Financial planning as a career

We explore the course offered by the University of Johannesburg which they aim to help encourage high school learners into financial planning as a career.

AZANIA MOSAKA: World Environmental Day

June is Environment Month in South Africa. It is the time of the year in which the country celebrates not only World Environment Day, but also World Oceans Day and the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Whatsapp dram series for South Africa

A new drama series will now be published on WhatsApp. It’s going to be called Uk’shona Kwelanga and will allow people to follow characters from a particular family through their trials and tribulations.

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

On the show this morning Gushwell spoke about high level of crime in the country. He asked why people commit crime. He also raised the issue of drugs, people talked about their experience with drugs. People still talking about the Guptas email.

SUNDAY EARLY: Personal Development – time management, motivation, organisation, personal effectiveness

Personal development can simply be for fun. Most of us, however, find it easier to motivate ourselves to learn and improve if we have a purpose in doing so. Developing your personal vision - a clear idea of where you want to be in a few months or years, and why - is a crucial part of developing this purpose.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Profile interview

Flo spoke to Thenjiwe about his caree. Thenjiwe ‘Tay’ Moseley from Kwa-Mashu in Durban. She resigned from her job as a lawyer because her heart and mind was not in what she was doing, she then pursued a career in comedy.

SATURDAY EARLY: Transcendental Meditation

Transcendental Meditation (TM) is a technique for avoiding distracting thoughts and promoting a state of relaxed awareness. While meditating, the person practicing TM sits in a comfortable position with eyes closed and silently repeats a mantra. A mantra is a meaningless sound from the Vedic tradition that’s been assigned by a certified instructor.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Hypnotherapy - stress, wellness and personal excellence

Hypnosis has been around for thousand of year and by combining the state of hypnosis with other psychological processes you experience what is know as hypnotherapy, which can be used to help resolve many different type of issues. Hypnosis directly accesses that part of your mind that’s causing the problem, the deeper seat and more instinctive part, your unconscious mind.

AZANIA MOSAKA: 702 Unplugged

13 year old Violinist Pendo Masote joins us on the violin.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Friday Profile - Kass Naidoo

In the Friday Profile today we find out about the life and times of Media personality and Cricket commentator Kass Naidoo.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - Travel in Italy and tips for making your Rands go further

Today we look at the beautiful offering of Italy.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Phuza Friday - Beers for Africa

The South African Breweries has for the first time launched an eight-pack of iconic beers from different countries across Africa, with ambitions to export to global markets so consumers as far afield as the United States and China can enjoy these unique African beers

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - Guy Fieri’s Kitchen & Bar at Time Square

Today on the food feature we look at the offering from Guy Fieri’s Kitchen & Bar at Time Square Casino in Pretoria.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Upcoming production called 'CION'

Gregory Maqoma, Multi-award-winning choreographer, spoke about his upcoming production called “Cion” which is inspired by Zakes Mda’s Cion.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Social Media Trends

#GuptaLeaks #Phahlane #Metrorail

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Entertainment news

1. The SAMAs were the topic of the week: Zahara threatens to sue Somizi, Bonang compliments Somizi, Babes and Mampintsha throw a fit, Babes x Mampintsha challenge, Kwetsa cleans house, the fashion got tongues wagging. 2. Young eTV Scandal! actor found in brothel, gets arrested, spends weekend in jail but will not face charges. 3. Cassper Nyovest gives a young chef the chance of a lifetime. 4. Hugh Masekela cancels all shows ahead of surgery this week. 5. Ariana Grande to return to Manchester for star-studded benefit gig. 6. Kathy Griffin loses job amid beheaded Trump photoshoot controversy.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Open Line

• Unemployment rate in SA • Lesetja Mothiba’s new appointment as Police Commissioner • Safety at home and what influences your fears. • Safety – what influences your fears about safety in your homes?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The Pull her down syndrome in women

The Pull Her Down Syndrome, is certainly not an uncommon term in the South African corporate world. I attended a few leadership events this year and a recurring topic by a number of successful women is that they work with senior women who impede their career growth and progression. The senior women that they work for seem to be unsupportive towards them in every aspect of their career. Here are a few examples that were cited by some of the women: they are publicly berated during meetings, they are held back for promotions, the workplace becomes a battleground for minor decision-making processes, their ideas get sabotaged, their confidence, self-esteem and ambition continuously gets crushed by other senior women.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Child Maintenance - Father's rights

Louis Weinstein, Family Law Attorney at Louis Weinstein And Associates, spoke about child maintenance and the issue of parents using their children to get back at the other partner.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja:

Moniek van Erven, Head at 1GIANTleap, spoke about start-up incubator 1giantleap looking for “South Africa’s next tech hero”.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The state of the country politically

Gushwell spoke to Phumlani about the things that are currently happening in the country politically. He also talked on the story of Zuma surviving motion of no confidence.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Durban Taxi strike

Thulani Qwabe, Chief Operating Officer for TaxiChoice – Business wing of SANTACO, spoke about the reasons why the taxi strike took place.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: SARB Annual Report 2016

Kuben Naidoo, Deputy Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, spoke about the SARB Annual Report for 2016, the banking sector and the role of SARB generally.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Sermon

MaBlerh’s sermon: KZN taxi strike and parliament proceedings.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Open Line

• Brian Molefe’s reappointment rescinded. • Durban taxi strike and the regulation of the taxi industry in general. • SA Rugby bidding for the 2023 World Cup. • National Treasury reporting by media houses.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Master Class - The Brain

In today's Master Class we take a wide look at the human brain.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Child Protection Week - Sixteen and Pregnant documentary

Phemelo takes a look at a documentary taking a look at three Mzanzi teenagers who are facing the the reality of teen pregnancy.

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

• March outside Solly Mapaila’s house. • Relations between North Korea, China and the USA. • Questions surrounding Thembisile Yende’s death. • State if capture looting by the Guptas.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Interesting engines like the wankel engine

Phemelo chats to our resident car expert about interesting engines, and takes calls from 702 landers about their car issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Securex South Africa 2017

Phemelo chats to Aki who visited the annual Securex South Africa expo, which is the largest show on security and fire safety.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Absent fathers

Phemelo chats to Dr Disa Mogashana about her account of her life with an absent father, and how this affected her childhood and self confidence. The book is titled Unfathered, a memoir of a girl growing up without her father

AZANIA MOSAKA: Child protection week - bullying

Phemelo takes a look at a video put out by Unicef Africa about the dangers and harm that bullying can cause.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The Psychological Wounds of Domestic Violence

For many people, there are few things that evoke a more reassuring sense of warmth, comfort, stability, and safety than going home. Many people see their home as a personal stronghold—a bastion of unconditional love and support. At home we tend to have more freedom, more time for family, and for a few hours, at least, we are afforded an escape from the hustle of the day. For victims of domestic violence, however, the home is anything but a refuge.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Hour long special with Johnny Clegg

In an hour long special Azania explores the music and life and times of the great Johnny Clegg

AZANIA MOSAKA: Travel Feature - Swaziland

In the travel feature Azania explores all the offerings of Swaziland.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Phuza Friday - Do men drink Bubbly ?

In this weeks Phuza Friday, Azania chat about Champagne and why its perceived as a drink not traditionally drunk by men.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Food Feature - Somethings Cooking By J Something

In this weeks food feature, Azania chats to Micasa front man J Something about his restaurant at Time Square called Somethings Cooking By J.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - The Healthy Active Kids Report Card 2016

Azania chat about the Healthy Active Kids Report Card 2016 and finds out some surprising results.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Township lad who made it to Harvard making good on promise to give back in SA

Mfundo Radebe, who made waves last year after being accepted into Harvard on a full scholarship, will return to South Africa next month to launch an ambitious initiative to assist underprivileged learners throughout the country.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: National Integrated Assessment Framework (NIAF)

Mathanzima Mweli, DG at DBE, talking about the introduction of the new National Integrated Assessment Framework (NIAF) by Minister Angie Motshega in parliament today when she did he dept. budgetary speech.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Email etiquette

Arthur Goldstuck, MD for World Wide Worx, talking about email etiquette – the dos and don’ts of writing emails in the work space.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Sermon

Mablerh’s sermon on table etiquette.

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

• Places in townships with strange names and the origins of those names. • Scammers and fake prophets. • Pravin Gordhan, Brian Molefe, Minister Lynn Brown and Eskom board being grilled in parliament. • COSATU not endorsing JZ anymore. • Brian Molefe’s bizarre comeback to Eskom. • Scourge of women being killed and abused.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Scams and Scammers

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist from Times Media, about scams, scammers, how they work and how people should be wary of them.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Impact of General Motors withdrawal from South Africa

Azania chat to her resident car expert about the impact General Motors withdrawal from South Africa will have on consumers. He also answers all your car related questions.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Do petitions work?

Azania chat to the community advocacy group Amandla.mobi about the use of petitions to solve issues in communities.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Should Zama Zama's be legalised ?

Azania chats to Meshack Mbangula who is the National Coordinator of the Mining Affected Communities United Action Group about their calls to make Zama Zama's legalised.

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

• Brian Molefe, Lynn Brown and Eskom on whether did Brian resign or not. • Inflation of prices by big companies. • ANC succession debate.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : SA's junk status

Aubrey spoke to David van Wyk, Political Economist and Researcher at Benchmarks Foundation, talking about junk status and whether South Africa has felt its effects or not.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Experiencing University life

Today we chat about enjoying University life other than your main purpose which is to learn. What else does varsity life offer.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Fighting xenophobia with cultural diplomacy

We chat about the activities planned between Nigeria and South African to help ease some of the negative perceptions facing Nigerians living in South Africa

AZANIA MOSAKA: Reporting of children in the media

Today we look at how the media reports stories involving minors who commit criminal acts.

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

Women and children killings still the biggest talker. Listeners raised their concerns on the issue. Aubrey also talked about the Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe’s text sex scandal. Listeners then expressed their opinions on the issue of blesser-blessee relationships.

TALK AT NINE: SACP National Imbizo

South African Communist Party’s Jeremy Cronin spoke to Karima about their convened National Imbizo which took place this weekend.

TALK AT NINE: Scathing Report on state capture

General Secretary of the SA Council of Churcher’s Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana spoke to Karima about a scathing report on state capture that the council released this past Thursday.

TALK AT NINE: R8.1 billion budget speech

Newly appointed Minister of Energy, Mmamoloko Kubayi, spoke to Karima about her department's R8.1 billion budget speech she presented in parliament on Friday.

SUNDAY EARLY: Uplifting young men

Sandton Warroirs is opening its doors to give young men a chance to get in the soccer industry. The project is mainly aimed at empowering young men from the Alexandra area, in Johannesburg, Gauteng, however other participants are also welcome to apply and trials are free of charge.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Open Line with Flo Letoaba

Flo asked listeners if they lie to people more often and what lies do they tell. She also talked about the march that took place on Friday against women abuse. Flo then asked listeners what they are going to teach their boy children so that they do not become abusers.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Dr Robert about the skin conditions. Dr Robert explained some of the causes of skin problems. The skin is the largest organ of the human body, and as a result, dermatologists typically offer a wide variety of treatments for it.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Russia-US talks with Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered to provide a transcript of a controversial Oval Office meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, raising the stakes in an affair that has sent the White House into a tailspin.Trump has admitted sharing security information on terrorism and aviation safety with the Russians, saying he had the "absolute right" to do so, but the White House has not confirmed or denied whether that information was classified.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - Looking after your kidneys

Azania chats about good kidney health.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Art Deco buildings in Springs

Azania chats about the architectural tourism and the art deco buildings in Springs.

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

• Willingness to succeed. • How men communicate amongst themselves. • The role that externalist factors play on our morality. • Ngoako Ramatlhodi saga. • Men killing women #MenAreTrash • Conversations that men have about women.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - The world of hacking

In this weeks Masterclass Azania chats to a cyber security expert about the world of hacking.

AZANIA MOSAKA: WhatsApp group administrators may be responsible for members’ content

Azania chats about the responsibilities whatapp group administrators have and what their duties should be if a member of the group becomes abusive.

AZANIA MOSAKA: What are we doing to stop violence against women?

Azania chats to the Gauteng MEC for Community safety about what is being done to stop the violence against women.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Violence against women

Azania chats to the Minister of Women in the Presidency about the constant violence against women in South African on a daily basis.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Willingness to succeed

Aubrey spoke to Stanley Maloka, Entrepreneur, Public Speaker on Mindshift and App Developer, talking about the willingness to succeed is what’s missing in some people.

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

• Ngoako Ramatlhodi and Duduzane Zuma saga. • Amabhungane’s story on Brian Molefe and Eskom • Minister Bathabile Dhlamini using department’s fund to offer security services to her children. • Robert McBride and Khomotso Phahlane in parliament airing their dirty laundry.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Repossession

Aubrey spoke to Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist at Times Media about repossession of property and being unjustly humiliated.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Interesting engines

Today Azania chats to our resident car expert about interesting engines, as well as various calls on car issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: TV licences should be scrapped

Azania chats to the South African National Consumer Union who are of the view that the TV licence should be scrapped.

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

• #MenAreTrash – questions raised about whether is it an effect hashtag? Is it driving the point home or losing its merits? How different is what people are saying about #menaretrash from what Judge Mabel Jansen said? • Brian Molefe’s first day at work. • Concourt proceeding and what it meant to those who watched it? • ANC march in KZN regarding the Concourt issue.

TALK AT NINE: No Longer Whispering To Power - Thuli Madonsela's story

Thandeka Gqubule about her new book on Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela titled “No Longer Whispering To Power: The Story of Thuli Madonsela’.

TALK AT NINE: “Dare I say it: Our rainbow nation is imploding”

Gavin Hartford, a struggle strategist and a key player in trade union movement, spoke about his recent opinion piece on the Daily Maverick titled “Dare I say it: Our rainbow nation is imploding”

TALK AT NINE: Call for her to step down and receiving death threats

Dr Makhosi Khoza, ANC MP, spoke to Karima about her outspoken comments on Facebook about the ANC. She also spoke about the call for her to step down as an MP by the ANCYL and the death threats she has been receiving.

TALK AT NINE: Night Vigil outside Constitutional Court

Sipho Pityana, Convener of Save SA, spoke about the night vigil outside the Constitutional Court in anticipation of the court’s ruling on a secret ballot in the Parliamentary vote of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.

SUNDAY EARLY: Open Line with Wasanga Mehana

On the show this morning Wasanga talked about the march that is going to take place tomorrow. He asked listeners what is going to happen after the president and ANC. Domestic violence was also discussed on the show. Listeners also raised the opinions about Lesotho elections.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Lack of transformation in the private sector

Progressive Professionals Forum notes with perplexity and sadness the Commission for Employment Equity report which was presented on Wednesday 10th May 2017 in Pretoria. It is shameful and embarrassing that almost 20 yrs since the Promulgation of the EE Act, white males still and continue to occupy almost 70% of the top positions at work places, a situation that remains stubbornly unchanged in almost 20 years and which continues year on year. All progressive South Africans in general and professionals in particular must be saddened and embarrassed by the fact that, among the African population, there has been a minimal increase of only 0.8% in top management level positions whilst for women, the situation only improved by 1.1%.

SATURDAY EARLY:

Errol spoke to Professor Natalie about Vitamin B deficiencies. How it can be treated and some of the causes of it.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Improving academic performance

Gushwell spoke to the Director of SA Know It All. An educational organisation that is managed by young South Africans and that helps to assist young grade 10 to 12 improve their academic performances as well as gain access to resources that an ordinary South African child does not have access to.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Brian Molefe's return to Eskom

The Eskom board has confirmed that former CEO Brian Molefe will return to the power utility following a dispute about his pension payout. Gushwell spoke to David about this matter.

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

• Death of Karabo Mokoena. • Coloured vs Black identity. • Cyril Ramaphosa’s apology about Marikana. • Violence that erupted in the coloured townships.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Changes in your life

Aubrey spoke to Franscois Jordaan, Fitness and life Coach instructor, about changes that one makes in their lives and how they can impact you.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Slipper Day 2017

Azaia finds out what Slipper Day 2017 entails and how this initiative is making a difference in the lives of terminally ill patients.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Take ownership of your vaginas

Azania chats to Naledi Chirwa, the National Spokesperson of the Economic Freedom Fighters Student Command, who has told women and girls to take ownership of their vaginas.

AZANIA MOSAKA: PikItUp get a new MD

Azania chats to the new MD of PikItUp to see how service levels can improve.

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

• Intelligence Report that was part of sacking Pravin Gordhan and Mcebisi Jonas. • Looting and protesting that has been taking place. • Malusi Gigaba’s interviewed in parliament and his wife’s interview at eNCA.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - Homo Naledi

Azania chats to Professor Lee Berger, Professor John Hawks, and Professor Paul Dirks who give a Masterclass on Homo Naledi and what it all means.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Department of Labour to ssanction offenders not complying with Employment Equity

Azania chats about the Department of Labour's plans to sanction companies who do not comply with employment equity.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Construction workers save man from hijacking

Azania chats to a Richard Munro who is the Site Manager for CT Building Contractors. A group of 28 men working on a building site took on criminals attempting to hijack Dino Salgado in Bedfordview.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

Aubrey spoke to Jeff Mackler, U S based Political Analyst, about President Trump firing FBI director James Comey. Jeff analysed what this move by President Trump meant for US politics and what it also releveled about the Democrats and the Republicans during the 2016 US elections.

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

• Ennerdale community calling a truce and discontinuing their protests. • What do you make of the recent spades of demonstration that have turned violent in the formerly known as coloured community? • How should we deal with the infidelity amongst our 'celebs' or famous people in South Africa? • Do the same labour laws apply to ministers the same way they apply to ordinary workers? Can they sue for unfair dismissal? • Cabinet reshuffling judgement: what was the rationale behind the president’s decision to fire Pravin Gordhan?

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer Open hour

On Consumer Open Hour with Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist from Times Media, she dealt with the National Consumer Tribunal finding that club fees which Edcon (Edgars, Jet, Boardmans) charges on its accounts is illegal.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - How to prevent dust ingress in vehicles

Azania chats to our resident car expert about all your call related questions.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Loeries' take a stand on objectifying people in order to sell products

Azania chats to the Chairperson for the Lories' 2017 about a campaign titled We Are Human First, which is aimed at stopping the objectifying people in order to sell products.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Vetting of school teachers

In light of the recent sexual abuse case at Parktown Boys High School where a 20 pupils have claimed that a water polo coach asexually assaulted them, Azania takes a look at who is responsible for vetting teachers and educators.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Unrest in Eldorado Park

Azania chats to a community leaders and finds out the reasons for the unrest in Eldorado Park.

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

• Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa apologising for the Marikana killing. • Origins of the doek and how it entered the fashion spectrum. • Situation in Coligny after two farmers were released on bail. • Importance and relevance of learning and teaching history. • What is inspiration?

TALK AT NINE: ConCourt names date for UDM‚ EFF secret ballot application

The ConCourt has confirmed May15th as the date for the application by UDM & EFF on secret ballot to be heard | We get reaction from United Democratic Movement (UDM) Leader, General Bantu Holomisa & Richard Calland from the the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution

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

Opening the show this morning, Aubrey spoke about the issue of judiciary overreach. He also talked about the president not going to Vuwani. Listeners expressed their opinions on this issue. Aubrey asked listeners how far they look when they look at South African past.

TALK AT NINE: Doccie: Promises and Lies

The Producer and Director of a new documentary which screened on Thursday Titled “Promises and Lies – Fault Lines in the ANC looking at How the ANC of Zuma has changed from the ANC of Mandela”

TALK AT NINE: Senzo Mchunu statement about the president

We speak to Former KwaZulu-Natal premier, Senzo Mchunu who has spoken out saying The ANC should own up to its internal problems and stop being indenial.

TALK AT NINE: Cosatu to convene special meeting to deal with Zuma booing

We speak to Cosatu Secretary General, Bheki Ntshalintshali about a special central committee meeting to deal with Zuma’s Boeing at their May Day Rallies, we also speak to him about apparent deportation of their boss Zenzo Mahlangu

SUNDAY EARLY: Dealing with Trauma

If you’ve experienced an extremely stressful or disturbing event that’s left you feeling helpless and emotionally out of control, you may have been traumatized. Psychological trauma can leave you struggling with upsetting emotions, memories, and anxiety that won’t go away. It can also leave you feeling numb, disconnected, and unable to trust other people. When bad things happen, it can take a while to get over the pain and feel safe again. But with these self-help strategies and support, you can speed your recovery. Whether the trauma happened years ago or yesterday, you can make healing changes and move on with your life.

SUNDAY EARLY: Career and mentorship programme

Youth Managers Foundation focuses on the development of change driven leaders who are capacitated with leadership skills to drive positive changes at high schools, through leadership development, mentorship and career guidance.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Zuma's statement

Zuma said if he was a Jounalist , he would educate people about democracy. We speak to Mpumelelo about his article that saying that the statement made by Zuma was a poor attempt at PR after he was booed at the Cosatu May Day rally in Mangaung.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Richard about Paramedics and emergency medical technicians. What they do and how they care for the sick and injured people.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Drug addiction treatment

The first step for the addicted person is to acknowledge that there is a substance dependency problem (addiction problem). The next step is to get help. In most of the world there are several support groups and professional services available.Addiction treatment programs typically focus on getting sober and preventing relapses. Individual, group and/or family sessions may form part of the program. Depending on the level of addiction, patient behaviours, and type of substance this may be in outpatient or residential settings.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans Doing Great things with Nkosinathi Mzolo

An inspirational story of Nkosinathi Mzolo, The KZN man who went from being a taxi driver to recently graduating with a Master of Laws degree (LLM) from the University of Kwazulu-Natal(UKZN) and now working towards his PHB.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: the effects of pollution on urban living

Sipho Kings Mail & Guardian's environmental reporter looking at the effects of pollution on urban living following the article “Air pollution drives mental trauma”

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : All about love movie

Abrey spoke to some members of the movie all about love. Written and directed by Adze Ugah , the film also showcases the talents African stars.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - How to create a first aid kit

Azania unpacks the importance of a first aid kit and essential contents, so you’re prepared for situations where urgent treatment for an injury is required – or when professional medical care is either unavailable or unnecessary.

AZANIA MOSAKA: How to live a zero waste life

Azania chats to Bea Johnson who is known as the Zero Waste Queen. She finds out how to live a waste free life.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Man goes from being a drug addict to running 42km on crutches

Azania chats to to Hein Venter who helped Xolani Luvunu who had a drug and alcohol problem, and was living on the streets. A year later Xolani has a job, and is running marathons.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : The power of change

On the show this week Stanley was talking about the notion of change and the power of changing your mindset. Stanley also talked about Mr X seminar.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Does health of heads of states matter?

Prof John Stremlau from Wits International Relations on Why & How heads of states need to communicate their illness to the public following Nigerian leader Buhari's health concerns over the past couple of months.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The Nation building sermon encouraging ladies to speak up in relationship

On The Nation building sermon Mablerh encourages women to speak more in relationships instead of assuming that men understands what they thinking.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Money Matters on Financial management

Gugu and Sizwe spoke to Angelique Ruzicka Editor of Justmoney & Moneybags For Money Matters looking at platforms or Apps which allows you to manage your finances easier.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - Movie script writing

Azania chats to the Head of Screen writing at AFDA, Zunaid Mansoor about how one comes up with a movie/series script.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Sexual harassment in tough economic times

Azania takes a look at warning s from local experts who say that bleak economic times can fuel sexual harassment by bosses and colleagues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: New road rules for bakkie transport

Azania takes a look at the new road rules which will impact bakkie transport.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Shoplifting

Aubrey spoke to Wendy about being falsely accused of shopliftin.What should happen in such a situation, and what a consumer’s rights are when being detained and body searched.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Dual Clutch Automatic Transmissions

What to do when you start to experience a shudder in your dual clutch automatic transmission.

AZANIA MOSAKA: World Leaders on Social Media

Azania explores the various platforms and how some of the worlds leaders use socila media to communicate.

AZANIA MOSAKA: the state of debates in South Africa

Azania chats to Independent Political Analyst Ralph Mathekga about a column he wrote how nearly impossible it is to come across decent debate in South Africa.

AZANIA MOSAKA: School admissions 2018 opens

Azania chats to the Gauteng MEC for Education about the online applications for school admissions.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Gender Politics

Aubrey spoke to Gabaza about black feminism and African feminism. She talked about how we were raised to think about boys and girls and how that translate to how power dynamics play out in society.

AZANIA MOSAKA: NSPCA against pigeon racing

Azania finds out why the NSPCA are against pigeon racing in South Africa.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Wedding and events planner for the stars

Azania finds out from the wedding/events planner for the stars what goes into planning events on this scale.

AZANIA MOSAKA: The Fourth Industrial Revolution impact on South Africa

Azania takes a look at the Fourth Industrial Revolution impact on South Africa on this Workers Day.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Did the Joshua/Klitschko fight live up to expectation ?

Azani takes a look at the World heavy weight championship fight that took place a t a 95 000 capacity at Wembley Stadium.

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

On the show this morning Aubrey most people were talking about boxing. The conversation about boxing was started by the caller who was talking about the heavyweight boxing fight that was on Saturday. Aubrey then asked listeners what they make of Donald Trump’s work so far. Other people also talked about xenophobia.

SUNDAY EARLY: EEG Biofeedback

Biofeedback is the process of giving you information (feedback) about what is happening with your body (bio) in real time so that you can achieve greater self-awareness of body changes and what thoughts are caused those changes. In this way, you can learn what type of thinking or state of mind has the desired effect on your physiology.Although the term EEG Biofeedback (also known as Neurofeedback) is unfamiliar to many people in South Africa, both here and abroad it is extensively and successfully applied to help people, among other things, achieve calm and focus, improve mood, mental state and productivity, and even relationships.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: How to avoid raising spoiled children

Nowadays, it’s becoming easier and easier to accidentally raise a “spoiled” child. Sometimes it can be a little tricky to know how to avoid raising demanding children who explode into a burst of tears when they don’t get their way. This can extend to places like on family trips or places like churches, special events and more and can lead parents into very embarrassing situations.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: UK Report

1). A Parliament Terror Arrest (it appears another London attack's been foiled). 2). Passenger Compensation (the United Airlines doctor's been recompensed). 3). Angela Merkel's Brexit Warning (she has stirred an EU summit cauldron). 4). Boris Johnson's Big Ideas (the UK foreign secretary gets serious & silly).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Youngest PhD graduate in Africa

Musawenkosi Saurombe, youngest female PHD holder in Africa at the age of 23, spoke about how she managed to get her PhD at the age of 23 and what she is planning to do from now on.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Kenya's opposition alliance announces that veteran politician Raila Odinga will be its presidential candidate with Kalonzo Musyoka as his running mate. 2. UN says East African states oppose a return by South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar. 3. Nigeria's Muhammadu Buhari is seeks approval of $7 Billion borrowing plan for massive infrastructure plans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Inequality Index

Prof. Darryl Glaser, Ass. Prof. at the Dept. of Political studies at Wits, talking about whether should the issue of inequality be focused only on the finance side only or should it be also looked from the quality of life.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Possible coup plotter arrested

Jasmine Opperman, Director in Africa for the Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium (TRAC), spoke about the 33-year-old “coup plotter” who was allegedly planning to assassinate 19 people including members of the cabinet‚ state owned entities and prominent South Africans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. The coup plotter appears in court today. 2. President Zuma addressed the official freedom day rally. Saying we have come a long way. 3. Anti Zuma opposition also took to the streets yesterday. 4. Preparations for May Day under way.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Take A Girl Child initiative

Dikeledi feels that the Take A Girl Child initiative is discriminatory by not including male kids.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Fact

Complex Stone Age weapons found in SA.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: How to avoid raising spoiled children

Nowadays, it’s becoming easier and easier to accidentally raise a “spoiled” child. Sometimes it can be a little tricky to know how to avoid raising demanding children who explode into a burst of tears when they don’t get their way. This can extend to places like on family trips or places like churches, special events and more and can lead parents into very embarrassing situations.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - Rare Diseases

Azania finds out all about rare diseases and how approximately 50% of the people affected by rare diseases are children. Of these young patients, 30% will not live to see their 5th birthday. Furthermore, rare diseases are responsible for 35% of deaths in the first year of life.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Local movie Beyond the River

Azania finds out about a local movies released on Freedom Day titled, Beyond the River. It is based on the story of Piers Cruikshanks of Dabulamanzi Canoe Club and Siseko Ntondini of the Soweto Canoe and Recreation Club who won gold in the 2014 Dusi Canoe Marathon

AZANIA MOSAKA: NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has successfully travelled between Saturn and its rings

Azania finds out all about the Cassini Spacecraft mission which has taken 20 years to complete its journey into Space.

AZANIA MOSAKA: march against President Zuma

Azania finds out about the The Freedom Movement and several political parties who will hold a mass rally against President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: UK Report

1). The Korea Crisis (a new defence system & a key meeting at The White House). 2). The Turkey Twist (many questions after a Turkish attack on Kurdish forces). 3). Football Fraud Arrests (Newcastle & West Ham are being investigated). 4). The Hummus Shortage (a problem with our favourite Greek dip).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Sophiatown - Musical

Aubrey Sekhabi, Artistic Director of the SA State Theatre and Director of Sophiatown, spoke about the classic musical ‘Sophiatown’ returning to the Market Theatre in Johannesburg. The musical of Sophiatown which paints the life of Kofifi and the dark days of apartheid is perfect for South Africa as we celebrate ‘Freedom Day’.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1. Zambian court refuses to throw out opposition leader's treason charge. 2. Mozambique's vast tropical forests are being stripped as China's appetite for rare woods grow. 3. Pope Francis visits Egypt this weekend- But Egypt's Christians are still mourning fellow members of the Coptic Orthodox community murdered this month by jihadists, but there is also joy ahead of the Pope’s visit.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SA doctor makes Time's Most Influential People list

Prof. Glenda Gray, HIV Medical Researcher at Wits University, has been included on Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world for her work in HIV research and preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV, which saved thousands of lives.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: An African Player Reaches the Majors

Gift Ngoepe, first African to play in the Major League of Baseball in the US, spoke about his hard road to being play in the major and how his family especially mother played a significant role in supporting his dream. His brother, Chris Ngoepe, also spoke about how proud he was of Gift.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

• Cosatu must bar Zuma from speaking at May Day celebrations. • Western Cape High Court has found that South Africa’s nuclear deal is unlawful and unconstitutional. • Mantashe: I never apologised to Zuma.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Fact

How under-arms throws are better in Basketball.

SATURDAY EARLY: Health and Well-being

Errol spoke to Jeremy about building resilience and coping with stress. Jeremy also talked about good and bad stress.

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

• President Zuma lying in his affidavit about an apology being issued for the cabinet reshuffle and Gwede disagreeing with that statement. • The Western Cape High Court delivered its judgement on the nuclear deal court case brought by ELA-JHB and SAFCEI against the South African government on the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. • Does the President’s lie constitute a felony? • Profile of the listeners who listens to #LateNightTalk • Tax threshold in South Africa.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : What is Creativity?

Aubrey spoke to Dr. Kobus Neethling, about the way our mind works and how that can affect us positively or negatively.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: The New BBBEE Codes

The New BBBEE Codes of Good Practice that came into effect on 1 May 2015 have been met with mixed feelings from all sectors particularly from big business which argued that the New Codes were going to have a detrimental impact on the sustainability of businesses and subsequently on the economy as a whole. The debates about the New Codes have however waned down and the government and business alike have taken measures to live with the New Codes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - Pigeon Racing

Azania finds out about the world of Pigeon racing and how a pigeon can cost R5 million.

AZANIA MOSAKA: First PhD in isiXhosa

Azania chats to Dr Hleze Kunju who is the first person at Rhodes University in the Eastern Cape to write a PhD in his mother tongue isiXhosa.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: UK Report

1). Donald Trump's Wall (a political challenge to building the wall with Mexico). 1). Tom Hardy Action Hero (the film star has apprehended a bike thief in London). 3). Ambulances For Syria (an amazing medical convoy is on its way). 4). The Bug That Eats Plastic (it could help solve the plastic pollution problem).

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Cabin crew strike at SAA

Tlali Tlali, Spokesperson for SAA, updating Xolani about the strike and how it has affected the flights and contingencies plan they have put forward.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: London Marathon

Runner and Virgin Atlantic competition winner, Jane Kabinga, spoke about her experience of running the London Marathon.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Africa Report

1.Kenyan police disperse protesters over party primaries results. parties ask Court to extend primaries. 2. Anti-graft agency probes the powerful Kano Emirate over alleged graft 3.Malawi outlaw’s child marriage.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Parliament's role in the Ntlemeza vs Mbalula saga

Francois Beukman, Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Police, spoke about the standoff between Minister Fikile Mbalula and what parliament’s role is on this issue.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: MTN partners with Walk The Talk for 2017

Head of MTN SA Corporate Services, Graham de Vries, unveiled MTN partnership with 702’s Walk The Talk as this year’s sponsor.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: MTN partners with Walk The Talk for 2017

Thabisile Mbete, 702's Station Manager, unveiled MTN partnership with 702’s Walk The Talk as this year’s sponsor.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Political Desk

1. The saga between police minister and Berning Ntlemeza continues. 2. Today communications minister Ayanda Dlodlo is meant to memetic the task team including Treasurery on the plan to rescue the ailing finances of the SABC 3. Bi lateral between Cosatu and SACP took place on Monday. Plan around joint programs leading up to freedom day and Mayday plans.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: SA Cabin Crew strike

Zazi Nsibanyoni-Anyiam from the SA Cabin Crew Association confirming that the strike over meal allowance is on and that none of their members will be reporting for duty.

THE XOLANI GWALA SHOW: Weather Fact

Sediba fossil not the original fossil for human kind.

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

• Deification of people – is it normal or something to be concerned about? • Favourite South African TV shows – quality of local content. • Why do women not like ‘nice’ guys? • Mbalula vs Ntlemeza. • Comparison between Ayanda Mabulu’s painting and Zapiro’s cartoon. • Earth tremors felt in and around Johannesburg.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Consumer Open hour

Wendy Knowler, Consumer Journalist – Times Media, answered consumer related queries from listeners and addressed issues regarding your rights as a consumer if you get injured in a Superstore.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature - Interior sound levels of a car

Azania chats to out resident car expert about all your car related issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Wildlife petting Industry should be banned

Azania takes a look at the wildlife petting industry where people have been attacked by wild animals in the last 10 days.

AZANIA MOSAKA: nfamous fake interpreter fiasco inspires play

Azania chats to a writer who has written a play that showcases the plight of the hearing impaired. This play was inspired by the infamous interpreter at Madiba's memorial.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Real beef patties not so real beef

Azania chats to consumer journalist Wendy Knowler about how important it is to read food labels. I&J "Beefers", which sell in packs of 10 and 16, are actually mostly non-meat, 64% of them being made up of "extenders" such as water, soya, flour, onions and seasoning.

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

• SABC’s 90% local content – was the concept implemented properly for it to work or not? • Matatiele winning its demarcation case to be returned under the KZN municipality. • Berning Ntlemeza – does he have a case that Minister Mbalula cannot fire him? • Public drinking – is it an offence to drink in public or not? • French election and Brexit campaign - what it means to the Africa continent.

AZANIA MOSAKA: March for Science

Azania chats to Professor Coovadia about a march that was organised in Durban over the weekend which aims to defend the vital role that science plays in society.

Eusebius McKaiser: Parenting in the Millennial Age

Jeremy Bayer, Counselling Psychologist, talking about raising millennial kids in the digital age and how you manage it.

Eusebius McKaiser: Technobyte

On Technobyte, Aki spoke about Facebook CEO betting on a virtual reality world at their annual conference, wearables detecting conflict in relationships and we reviewed the Coda wireless audio devices.

Eusebius McKaiser: SACP opposes President Zuma

Dr. Blade Nzimande, General Secretary of South African Communist Party (SACP), spoke about "mistakes" made by the SACP in believing President Zuma would solve problems in the Thabo Mbeki presidency.

Eusebius McKaiser: Open Line

• What did you make of Cyril Ramaphosa speech? • Ntlemeza returned to work today – what do you make of this? • If Cyril Ramaphosa and Mmusi Maimane were to run for the Presidency of SA who would you vote for.

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

Aubrey spoke about pastor Tim Omotso, a Nigerian pastor accused of sexual assault. Message of condolence poured in for families of 20 killed in horror taxi crash. Aubrey also touched on the issue of white monopoly capital.

TALK AT NINE: Analysis of Min Gigaba's overseas visit

Simon Marks, President and Chief Correspondent at Feature Story News, spoke about new Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba’s visit to the US to attend the annual spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.

TALK AT NINE: French Election 2017

Gavin Grey, UK Correspondent, spoke about the French elections and the role they will play in determining whether France will stay in the EU or not.

TALK AT NINE: Formation of South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu)

Zwelinzima Vavi, General Secretary of South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu), spoke about the formation of SAFTU and what they plan on doing and they also introduced their top six leadership.

TALK AT NINE: SABC issues

Ayanda Dlodlo, Minister of Communications, SABC Board, SABC in general, Hlaudi Motsoeneng and the burglary at the SABC offices.

SUNDAY EARLY: The Freedom Movement and Radical Economic Transformation

Phumlani spoke to Wasanga about the radical economic freedom transformaton.President Jacob Zuma has told African National Congress (ANC) members in the Musa Dladla region to preach about radical economic transformation like scripture from the Bible. He also talked about the "Freedom Movement” which opposition parties created to ensure President Jacob Zuma is removed from office.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Khabonina's international award

Khabonina Qubeka was awarded the Indie Spirit Best Actress Award at the Boston International Film Festival, for her portrayal of Dora‚ a Hillbrow prostitute, in the movie Dora’s Peace.

SATURDAY EARLY: Arch and heel pain

Dennis spoke to Errol about the arch and heel pain. Dennis said long term heel spur, which is a bony outgrowth under the heel, may develop in response to the excessive pull on the plantar fascia. This bony growth is of no major clinical significance in terms of treatment.

OVERNIGHT LIVE: Kidney infection

Gushwell spoke to Dr Ligthelm about the danger of Kidney infection. Kidney infection could lead to life-threatening problems. Kidney infection, often caused by bladder contagions, must be treated immediately to avoid life-threatening problems.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: South Africans Doing Great Things with Sihle Hlophe

Sihle Hlophe an Independent Film maker spoke to Gugs for South Africans Doing Great Things, on how the Film industry in SA needs to change to represent SA narrative and how crowdfunding can help young film makers in the industry.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The 5th annual Red My Lips campaign!

Dr T explained the objectives the anti-rape campaign #redmylips2017. Red My Lips is an international nonprofit organization designed to raise visibility and awareness about the realities and prevalence of sexual violence, while combating rape myths and victim-blaming.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Zoe's new album

Zoe Modiga’s fans have been begging and she’s answered - this jazz and soul princess has recently launched her eagerly awaited album titled “Yellow: The Novel”

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Profiling young business man

Aubrey spoke to Siyanda about how he got into hospitality industry. Siyanda also talked about the opportunities that are available to young people in this industry.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Health Feature - Allergies

Azania chats to the Dr Muhammed Moolla who is the Founder of the The Asthma & Allergy Clinic about allergies and what one can do if you suffer from allergies.

AZANIA MOSAKA: What do you do to make yourself happy?

Azania chats to Professional Certified Coach Steve Krummeck about coaching people to feel happy, calm and satisfied appears to influence important health outcomes.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Beautiful News, dedicated to delivering inspiring and uplifting stories

Azanai chat to the Founder of Beautiful News which is dedicated to delivering inspiring and uplifting stories that celebrate the spirit and community of the South African people.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Print and digital magazine

In March this year ‘Thriving Magazine’ a print and digital magazine for start-ups, business and entrepreneurial culture was launched. It showcases subject matter experts who are stand-outs in their fields, focusing on tips, strategies, processes, technologies and tools business owners can use to work smart and build profitable companies.

Early Breakfast with Relebogile Mabotja: Turning Passion into Profit

To many South Africans, the name Jabu Stone is synonymous with hair care, especially dreadlocks, which has earned him the nickname ‘Mr. Dreads’.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Open Line

• Haludi Motsoeneng and his press conference. • Radical economic transformation. • Vuwani situation and what has been unfolding. • Remembering Ontlametse Phalatse.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Mr 'X' Seminar

Gushwell spoke to Stanley Beckett, author of Lift Off, about the upcoming seminar called Mr ‘X’ and what listeners can expect.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Masterclass - The World of Virtual Reality

Azania finds out all about the world of virtual reality. How it works, and how it is being used on a daily basis in private, and on the commercial front.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Social media and violence

Azania chats to Emma Sadlier about the violence and nudity on social media networks, and who is responsible for policing this.

AZANIA MOSAKA: School kids who go hungry in the holidays

Azania chats to the MEC for Gauteng Education Panyaza Lesufi about the number of kids who go hungry in Gauteng as they rely on the school feeding scheme.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The state of the roads in Joburg

Sean Philips is the Managing Director of the Johannesburg Roads Agency. Sizwe talks to him about the state of our roads, the infrastructure, how long it lasts and how often it needs replenishing. Also, what happens should one damage their wheels on the potholes of bad roads?

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: The art of making a good Documentary

Anant Singh, Film Producer and CEO at Video Vision, spoke to Sizwe about the art making of documentaries and what it takes to make a good one versus making a movie.

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo:

Braamfontein office park went in flames earlier today and EMS made noted that there was water shortage around the area, Bevan Wolf and Synock Matobako spoke on How do we stay fire ready at corporate buildings, home and in the streets

AZANIA MOSAKA: Car Feature

Azania chat to Nicol Louw from Car Magazine about all of your car issues.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Anniversary of the death of Enoch Sontonga

Azania chat to the the great grandson of Enoch Sontonga about the role Enoch played in South Africa.

AZANIA MOSAKA: Department to improve plastic bag recycling in South Africa

Azania chats to the Director of Communications at the Department of Environmental Affairs about the plans to improve plastic bag recycling in South Africa.

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

• Do men listen and understand what women are saying? • Berning Ntlemeza saying he will be at work today. • Brian Molefe’s golden handshake of R30 million. • Origins of black and white races.

Late Night Talk with Aubrey Masango : Role of feminism in the post-colonial Africa

Aubrey spoke to Gabaza Tiba, thinker, poet and writer, talking about the role of feminism in the post-colonial Africa.

TALK AT NINE: Fake news

On Thursday, HuffingtonPost SA, published an article called “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?”. The author of the piece was one Shelley Garland, an “MA Philosophy Student”. Her Twitter bio said that she was a “Perpetual Feminist causing the retreat of patriarchy”, and that she was in Auckland, New Zealand. Columnist & Blogger Tom Eaton wrote a pice on his blog titled “The Huffington Ghost: A New Low For Sa Media”

TALK AT NINE: Fake news

On Thursday, HuffingtonPost SA, published an article called “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?”. The author of the piece was one Shelley Garland, an “MA Philosophy Student”. Her Twitter bio said that she was a “Perpetual Feminist causing the retreat of patriarchy”, and that she was in Auckland, New Zealand. Columnist & Blogger Tom Eaton wrote a pice on his blog titled “The Huffington Ghost: A New Low For Sa Media”. Steenhuisen is calling for Verashni to resign.

TALK AT NINE: Motion of no Confidence postponed in government

We heard from Parliament this past Wednesday that the Speaker Baleka Mbete has postponed the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma. Parliament said the Speaker’s decision follows the request by the Democratic Alliance, under whose leader the Motion was tabled, for the motion to be postponed pending the conclusion of the Constitutional Court application by the United Democratic Movement (UDM).

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: Does Dlamini Zuma deserve VIP protection?

Eldred De Klerk Policing Researcher with Africa Analysis on COPE laying criminal charges over Dlamini-Zuma protection saga, Eldred explained how VIP protection assessment is determined and if Cope has a case

NightTalk with Gugulethu Mhlungu and Sizwe Dhlomo: No to Divorce, Swazi King says

Lucky Lukhele Spokesperson for The Swaziland Solidarity Network on Swazi King telling his subjects over the weekend that they are not allowed to divorce on the eve of the Marriage Bill of 2017, which carries five grounds of divorce and if passed to law will replace the Marriage Act of 1964.

TALK AT NINE: South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant crisis saga.

Former Social Development Director-General Zane Dangor has filed papers to the Constitutional Court explaining his side of the story in the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant crisis saga.

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