23 November 2016 12:03 PM
The founder of Financial Wellness Group, is passionate about books and reading, and has lived on both sides of the poverty line.
Naked Scientist Chris Smith is full of his usual plethora of knowledge about everything under the sun.
Gil Oved is the co-founder and co-CEO of The Creative Counsel Group, the largest Marketing Agency in Africa.
Nomfundo Walaza looked at the role of civil society 'minding the gap', and psychological fallout of Fees Must Fall protests.
11 November 2016 12:14 PM
High levels of militarisation by security on campuses has caused post-traumatic stress disorder among the university community.
Psychologist, human rights activist and acting director at Inyathelo, Nomfundo Walaza, is the #FridayStandIn for the Redi Tlhabi.
Masego Maps Maponyane hosted a successful #FridayStandIn show looking at fashion, entrepreneurship and education reform issues.
Masego Maps Maponyane is a South African television presenter, actor, fashion designer, model and business entrepreneur.
Creative director Jay Pather says performers and creatives have a role in re-purposing public spaces to create art and belonging.
Capetonian urbanist Bulelwa Makalima-Ngwewana had successful and moving conversations with her guests unpacking gentrification.
Development in areas like Cape Town's Woodstock or Joburg's Maboneng does not have to be at the expense of poorer communities.
Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana is a town planner with extensive experience in managing and coordinating public-private partnerships.
Writer and media relations expert Rich Mkhondo commanded the Friday Stand-In Show, leaving listeners with some food for thought.
Black women in South Africa remain the most neglected demographic, despite ongoing talks for gender equality.
Lebo Ramafoko, social activist, feminist and CEO at Soul City Institute will be discussing women's issues on #FridayStandIn.
Friday Stand In Chris Vick talks South African politics from elections to Marikana and a host of issues with Advocate Dali Mpofu.
While talking politics, spindoctor Chris Vick also played the music. He was clearly on a mission to break the rules!
Chris Vick has been involved in several ANC media policy initiatives and initiatives championing change in the media industry.
Friday Stand In Nomboniso Gasa speaks to two women who have played an important role in empowering rural women.
Psychoanalyst Professor Mark Holms picked listeners' brains and shared some personal insights on land reform, among other matters.
Meet Professor Mark Holms, known for his interest in modern neuroscience and psychoanalysis...and his wine farming
Lindner is not just a diplomat. He is also a musician, and he's bringing in some surprise guests. This is a show not to be missed!
Writer and political analyst, Melanie Verwoerd took over the airwaves for the second time filling in on The Redi Thlabi Show.
South Africans will celebrate Mothers' Day by showing their appreciation for the special role they have played in their lives.
Melanie Verwoerd says she's bringing the big names again to the show, and the 'real' mother of the nation will also be in studio.
Muzi started with ranting about how the system continues to 'sideline' black people, sharing anecdotes from his own experiences.
Author and businessman, Muzi Kuzwayo, our next #FridayStandIn has brought in a lot of talkers and a controversial interview with SAA's Dudu Myeni.
Journalist and author, Rebecca Davis took to the airwaves at #FridayStandIn with as much ease as she does when she puts pen to paper.
Author and journalist, Rebecca is the next Friday Stand-in on the Redi Tlhabi show on 1 April 2016.
Writer and political analyst Melanie Verwoerd dominated the airwaves on The Redi Thlabi Show during her gig as the #FridayStandIn.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and Roelf Meyer share insights into their personal and political relationships that led to peace.
Listen to Roger Moore opening up to CapeTalk's Melanie Verwoerd about his life, acting and being James Bond.
This week's #FridayStandin, Sylvester Chauke, hit the ground running and was widely welcomed by 702 land
Sylvester Chauke cut his teeth at Nando's and MTV Networks before rising to Chief Brand Architect at his own marketing company.
Many remember her first show's controversial and heated discussion with the Rhodes Must Fall Activist Wanelisa Xaba.
26 February 2016 11:51 AM
Student activist Wanelisa Xaba speaks to Nomboniso Gasa about what the #RhodesMustFall movement is all about.
26 February 2016 11:14 AM
The Naked Scientist explains the chemical reactions taking place in your body when you have 'butterflies' in your stomach.
Nomboniso Gasa was in the hot seat today as the #FridayStandIn host of the Redi Tlhabi Show. Find out how it went...