The cleric was arrested on Monday after he held prayers with University of Zimbabwe medical students.
Kechi Okwuchi was treated by a team of specialists at Netcare Milpark Hospital 12 years ago.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mol about his money beliefs, hopes and fears, successes and failures.
Nikiwe Bikitsha shares insights on Mauritius before heading there on the last leg of her Africa Connected campaign.
CapeTalk's Pippa Hudson speaks to Dr Gary Kroukamp, ENT specialist about a couple of ENT conditions that we need to be aware of.
On Wednesday, Xolani Gwala received an email from an intern doctor, Sherwin, who said he is waiting to be placed.
Dr Yong-Jie Lu, lead researcher, explains how this test works saying it will help save thousands of lives.
The inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol will be reopened next week, his family wants findings reversed.
An Athlone man and his three-year-old granddaughter are recovering in hospital after they were attacked by dogs.
Alexander McLeod founder at Kreeate is offering this opportunity to 200 students who keen to put in some hours.
Simo Mvinjelwa shares how the challenge has helped them achieve transformation objectives.
Xolani Gwala spoke to Famous Brands about how they gave 32 young people a chance at employment.
EOH's objective is to create 100 000 jobs by the year 2020, and Duncan says it has given him confidence and a foot in the door.
ReWare sells a range of Apple and Samsung certified pre-owned phones for those who cannot afford the price of brand new devices.
The SA Medical Association says medical graduates who had applied for 2016 have still not been placed.
The history of General Electric is the history of electric lighting and after 125 years they may be selling it.
Mark Sonderup, South Africa Medical Association, vice-chairperson says the medical profession is in trouble.
A dedicated health professional who helped the world see how we are improving the lives of millions.
Soweto-born advertising specialist challenges false assumptions made by marketing companies about black (and township) consumers.
Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says despite placing all newly qualified doctors, these doctors are declining the positions..
Ipeleng Kgatla will be traveling to France to try out for the young artist studio program with the prestigious Academie de Paris.
Xolani Gwala finds out how Boitumelo Potsane's life changed since he called in to 702 with his promising sports commentary skills.
This dedicated woman describes her winemaking calling as a combo of all the things she enjoys and interests close to her heart.
Health Ministry says if the academic year isn't completed at universities, there will be consequences to the healthcare system.
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While companies have responded positively to the campaign, the initiative wants to 450 000 jobs for SA's youth.
The software company has jumped on board the 702 EOH job challenge to provide even more internships to young people.
Intern Dynamix assists unemployed graduates find internships that will put them in a better position for employment opportunities.
Mosima Mokoena grabbed an internship opportunity at EOH with both hands and has never looked back.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews two company leaders who are fighting unemployment by giving interns a chance.
SA's youth can look forward to changing their lives with valuable work experience through the EOH 702 Job Challenge.
In addition to less working hours for junior doctors in the Cape, there ought to be more trainee positions and medical students.
Judasa welcomes decision by WC health department to reduce working hours for junior doctors & wants it to become nationwide.
A task team has been set up to review the working conditions of medical interns after a 'fatigue crash' involving a junior doctor.
A year after graduating, Meagan Du Plooy was starting to lose hope that she'd ever find a job. But then her dad called CapeTalk.
The tough working environment for junior doctors creates unhealthy habits such as poor diet, little sleep, and drug dependence.