Early Breakfast with Ray White
Tony Sanderson is alive
Gushwell spoke to Tony following a listener SMS from ten days ago which claimed he's dead. This emanated from a discussion with David O'Sullivan and Ian Crewe about the radio talents of yesteryear.
Rob Kaldor – Sydney Australia Editor of the day
Australian correspondent Rob Kaldor talked about the latest from Sydney and the fires which have been burning for a week. Today the conditions are at their most treacherous with winds reaching 100 kms an hour and temperatures of 30 degrees Centigrade...
Simon Williamson – Atlanta USA Free Lance Journalist, Editor of the day
David spoke to our correspondent in Atlanta, Georgia Simon Williamson about the recent Obamacare rollout, and also that John McCain said he was mulling re-election to the Senate in 2016.
Lead SA News
David spoke to Tshiamo Ndlovu from Lead SA who updated us on Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Truth vs Death, the story of Lawrence Moepi
The mysterious killing of Lawrence Moepi who was reportedly involved in a number of big investigations. David spoke about how the truth seems to always be halted by murders.
The shutdown saga continues
David spoke to Simon Williamson about negotiations in the Senate yesterday that slowed down on negotiations after it looked like the House was going to put something together. The House's plan was a giant fail and so the Senate got back together. The...
Bizarre bail bid for sex
David spoke to Barry Mc Cullum from the Star about a man accused of stealing and selling military ammunition who is trying to have his bail conditions relaxed in order to let him have sex with his girlfriend.
Talking Lilliesleaf with Advocate Bob Hepple
David went on an adventure to Lilliesleaf to interview Advocate Bob Hepple, one of the men who were arrested at Lilliesleaf alongside Walter Sisulu and others.
AGANG to lead SA
Ray spoke to AGANG founder Mamphela Ramphele about her statements that President Nelson Mandela should have served a second term in office, this would have changed the way South Africa turned out. Ray also asked her about the upcoming 2014 elections...
Kings of Chaos
Ray speaks to Joe Elliot, Def Leopard lead singer, about his upcoming South African tour featuring other bands such as Guns and Roses.
Mayor to clean up drug problem
Ray spoke to Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau about the unacceptable state of some areas in Johannesburg, and how drug lords are ruling parts of the city.
A hard blow for Anene Boysen
Ray spoke to EWN's Chanel September about the state withdrawing charges against Jonathan Davids after an investigative process. Davids was arrested after he was implicated in the rape and murder of Anene Booysen. The investigation revealed that there...
Obama in Mzansi
Ray spoke to USA Embassy spokesperson Jack Hillmeyer about Barack Obama making his first trip to South Africa as US president in June. This as part of a three-nation tour aimed at strengthening US relations with sub-Saharan Africa.
"We’re not racists,” say Orania residents
Ray interviewed Quentin Leboucher from AFP, who wrote an article on Orania. The article was headlined "We’re not racists, say Orania residents". The interview was looking to find out what happens inside the mysterious mini State of Orania.
Hope for the Rhinos
Ray spoke to RAGE’s Pelham Jones about the work they are doing to help fight the scourge of rhino poaching in South Africa.
Youth leader outlines new plan
Ray White spoke to Mbali Ntuli, newly elected Democratic Alliance National Youth Leader, about her plan of action during her term in office.
Cat Simoni’s Bohemian Rhapsody
South African singer, Cat Simoni gives an outstanding rendition of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody live on early breakfast with Ray White.
Camel racing festival
Ray chats to Tim Jackson in Qatar about the camel racing festival. Tim tells Ray about racing in heat, dust, and wonderful prizes to win at the festival.
SADTU calls for Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga to resign
The General Secretary of SADTU Nkosana Dolophi was on the radio to chat about their call for the resignation of Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga. Nkosana said their issues with Angie range from collective bargaining to the introduction of...
Generation Earth Summit
Generation Earth is launching the annual Generation Earth Summit. The theme for this Summit is the Green Economy and will cover energy, water, waste, transport, architecture, careers and eco-preneurship. United Nations Ambassador and Founder of...
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