[LISTEN] Hawks share details on Cabinet assassination plot
Hawks spokesperson Hangwani Mulaudzi spoke to CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies.
[LISTEN] Dos and dont's of online service complaints
Do you name and shame businesses online over goods and services? Here are the crucial dos and don'ts.
[LISTEN] The difference between being lonely and being alone
Behavioural psychologist Dr Helgo Schomer explains why there's a difference between being lonely and being alone.
[LISTEN] Leopeng: Nick Durandt was larger than boxing
Boxing correspondent Peter Leopeng remembers late boxing promoter and trainer Nick Durandt, who passed away following a motorcycle accident.
[LISTEN] Experts weigh in on nationalisation in SA
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies spoke to Professor Chris Malikane and Dr Iraj Abedian about the nationalisation of banks and mines to achieve radical economic transformation.
[LISTEN] The evolution of male contraceptives
Dr Amir Zarrabi says issues such as side-effects and with others contraceptives only hitting only a 90% success rate, there are not many options available for men.
[LISTEN] The importance of drawing up a will
Do you have a will? And if not, why not? In most cases, people hardly think about the time when they’re no longer going to exist.
[LISTEN] Nigerian aviator becomes first African to fly solo around the world
Only 114 people have been able to accomplish this incredible feat and Ademilola Odujinrin is one of them.
[LISTEN] Here’s what it’ll take for SA to rise from junk status
Economist Thabi Leoka explains that while it will be hard for South Africa to shake off its junk status, it is not impossible.
[LISTEN] Home vs office: Where is best to work?
The concept of working from home is being embraced by more and more companies and has some benefits. Listen to the audio for more.
[LISTEN] Home Affairs explains why some ID numbers are published online
Home Affairs deputy Director-General Vusi Mkhize says that by law, the department is obliged to gazette changes made to citizen's personal information.
[LISTEN] Nike out to make history with sub-2-hour marathon bid
CapeTalk’s John Maytham speaks to sport scientist Dr Ross Tucker about Nike's attempt to produce the first sub-two-hour marathon in history.
[LISTEN] If I were Zuma, I'd be worried - ANC veteran
ANC veteran Mavuso Msimang says President Jacob Zuma should be concerned by calls for him to step down, adding the election system of the ANC needs to change.
[LISTEN] Unpacking the Gordhan-Gupta bank case
There have been many questions surrounding the case between Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and the Gupta family. amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism's Susan Comrie weighs in.
[LISTEN] Best places to visit in SA this Easter
Travel expert Selene Brophy talks to Linzi Bourhill about the best places to visit in South Africa this Easter.
[LISTEN] Retired SA ref Ian Mcleod pays tribute to late Petrus Molemela
Bloemfontein Celtics founder Dr Petrus Molemela passed away on Sunday & referee Ian Mcleod says he was a passionate person.
[LISTEN] Minister Nkwinti clarifies ANC's stance on land redistribution
Karima Brown speaks to Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti about the ANC's policies on land redistribution.
[LISTEN] Pandor calls for action on ANC lifestyle audits
Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor has called on the ANC to conduct lifestyle audits, which would review party members’ assets and the money they receive.