Popular talk radio host David O’Sullivan is parting ways with a station he has called home for nearly two decades.
Making sure each generation is better off than the one before it is among the reasons Pheladi Gwangwa, station manager of Talk Radio 702 and patron of Future of the African Daughter (Fotad), became a philanthropist. See our special report on African philanthropy
New Gauteng talk station PowerFM tried to poach prominent broadcaster Redi Tlhabi from Talk Radio 702, apparently to head up their breakfast show, but she rejected their offer.
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The ANC stalwart, Pallo Jordan, did the right thing. Upon being found to have pimped his qualifications by the Sunday Times, he resigned as an MP.