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Refiloe Mpakanyane gives listeners the latest on what is happening in the world and in their neighbourhoods. It is the go-to place to know about the latest fashion, food, trends and everything that is happening in 702Land and Cape Town.

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Film review: The Secret Garden.

Film Critic, Gayle Edmunds reviews a fantasy drama, ‘The Secret Garden’ a story of an orphaned girl who discovers a magical garden hidden at her strict uncle's estate. See for privacy information.



Study: Joburg the most radioactive city on the planet.

Activist and Coordinator of Earthlife Africa, Makoma Lekalakala on concerns around the uranium levels in Joburg and according to Earthlife Africa making Johannesburg the most radioactive city in the world, and on how residents suffer from respiratory diseases due to this. See for privacy information.



How risky are Money Market Funds?

Certified Financial Planner, Paul Roelofse interrogates the viability of Money Markets as a Short-term solution for investing in the current economic environment.        See for privacy information.



International African Penguin Awareness Day.

CSI & Nature Conservationist, Tim Neary and Penguin Keeper at the Two Oceans Aquarium, Shanet Rutgers raising awareness around the plight of African penguins and their rapid decline in numbers, knowing that African penguins are the only penguin species found on the African continent. See for privacy information.



Reincarnating Marechera: by Tinashe Mushakavanhu

Literary Journalist, Karabo Kgoleng reviews the Reincarnating Marechera, Notes on a Speculative Archive by Tinashe Mushakavanhu and Petina Gappah’s new play, Black Sunlight, a book by Dambudzo Marechera. See for privacy information.



How to connect with your ancestors

Psychic medium, Tebogo Mathebeng Mfete give tips on ways in which you can better connect with your ancestors.   See for privacy information.



The documentary “Influence” and the consequences of disinformation.

Journalist and filmmaker & Co-Director of Influence, Dianna Neille talks us through the making of the award winning documentary ‘Influence’, which unpacks the nefarious effects of corruption and disinformation and how Bell Pottinger helped prop up South Africa’s gangster state.   See for privacy information.



Study: pupils to lose 40% of learning days, coupled with lack of learning materials.

Ronè McFarlane, Co-head of Research at Equal Education on concerns around time lost as students heads to final exams, lack of access to learner materials and the National School Nutrition Programme not reaching learners on the days when they are at home, because of rotating timetables. See for privacy information.



Preparing children to live in an encoded world.

Human Potential and Parenting expert, Nikki Bush on how we can better prepare our children to live in an encoded world. See for privacy information.



Flo Cocktails & Tastings.

Robin Easthorpe, Mixologist and founder of Flo Cocktails & Tastings on the challenges his business faced during the pandemic and how they were forced to look at other avenues.  See for privacy information.