The Koketso Sachane Show

The issues of the day unpacked at night. Time is on your side as we work through the big stories and their implications.

Tune in for razor-sharp analysis, debates, self-reflection… and humor.

Koketso and his high-profile guests unpack some of the day’s biggest political, economic and sports events. Public servants and business leaders are challenged to account.

The second half of the show is dedicated to the personal. Various features explore finance, fatherhood and living a fulfilled life. This enthusiastic twitterati ensures on-air discussions are continued online.

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Cope vows to physically bar Molefe from entering Eskom HQ doors

Cope vows to physically bar Molefe from entering Eskom HQ doors

Cope spokesperson Dennis Bloem says Brian Molefe's reinstatement is improper and says the Eskom board has no chance in court.

Digging up the roots of Afrikaans and links to black history

Digging up the roots of Afrikaans and links to black history

Afrikaans also has a “black history” not just the well known hegemonic apartheid history says Professor in Afrikaans literature.

The Brady (blended) bunch

The Brady (blended) bunch

A blended family is one where new couples with children from previous relationships combine to form a new family.

Xhosa people of Zim inspire first isiXhosa PhD thesis

Xhosa people of Zim inspire first isiXhosa PhD thesis

Rhodes University scholar Dr Hleze Kunju's thesis is based on Xhosa people who settled in Zimbabwe in the late 1800s, early 1900s.

"May be a sinister motive behind SABC office break-in at Parliament" Right2Know

"May be a sinister motive behind SABC office break-in at Parliament" Right2Know

Parliament says they'll be going through the security cameras to see what exactly happened on the day of the alleged crime.

"HuffPost SA blog does not constitute hate speech"

"HuffPost SA blog does not constitute hate speech"

Former Business Day editor Songezo Zibi does not agree with the ruling by press ombudsman Johan Retief.

'We don’t have to sugar-coat anything! We need straight forward symbolism!'

'We don’t have to sugar-coat anything! We need straight forward symbolism!'

Koketso Sachane interviews Ayanda Mabulu about his latest work portraying Jacob Zuma having anal sex with Nelson Mandela.

Knowing what your life cover will cover

Knowing what your life cover will cover

Life cover is also crucial in the event of physical disability and income protection.

Financial Wellness: What you need to know about medical aid schemes

Financial Wellness: What you need to know about medical aid schemes

When shopping for a medical aid scheme you should consider selecting the right and accredited broker says expert.