[LISTEN] Get your ZZZ’s with rooibos tea
Bonnie Mbuli chats to Ernest du Toit of the SA Rooibos Council, who explains how rooibos tea can help people suffering from insomnia.
[LISTEN] Short course qualifications add boost to career prospects
The workplace is constantly changing which means that our skills often need to be upgraded.
[LISTEN] Will diplomatic immunity get Grace Mugabe off the hook?
Stevens Mokgalapa, Shadow Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, and EWN's Mandy Weiner weigh in.
[LISTEN] Top five nutrition lies debunked
Is butter bad for us or not? Should we still be drinking smoothies and juices if they’re so sugary?
[LISTEN] Visa-free travel: The positives & negatives on business travel
She says this avenue is possible but it requires efforts from all member states to cooperate and work on logistics involved.
[LISTEN] ‘We don’t believe Mduduzi Manana should be fired’
The Higher Education Deputy Minister has been charged with assaulting two women at a Johannesburg nightclub over the weekend.
[LISTEN] How law enforcement approaches abuse cases
Lisa Vetten, a Mellon doctoral candidate says a plan by Police Minister Fikile Mbalula to prohibit victims of abuse from withdrawing cases of abuse after they’ve opened them, will be very difficult.
[LISTEN] Icasa’s data expiry bombshell
Icasa is proposing extending the 'lifespan' of data and an option to opt out of out-of-bundle rates in addition to more frequent data depletion notices.
[LISTEN] Interested in buying a franchise? Learn from this guy
Kuben Naidoo shares his secret to success on running a franchise.
[LISTEN] Should interns handle social media accounts?
Media law consultant Emma Sadleir says that people who run social media channels for companies need adequate training to ensure they understand company policy.
[LISTEN] 'Don’t allow Jacob Zuma to define us'
Journalist Max du Preez says that while South Africans should not ignore the bad things happening in the country, they should also focus on moving the country forward.
[LISTEN] Doc sets record straight in 'Mandela's Last Days'
'Mandela's Last Days' is a book based on the former South African president's health in his last days.
[LISTEN] Match point! Roger Federer's mom reveals details of champ's life
Ever wondered what Roger Federer was like as a child? CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviews the tennis star's mother following his Wimbledon title win.
[LISTEN] SANDF budget cuts hurting ability to defend borders
According to secretary of Defence, Dr Sam Gulube, the funding in the department has not been sufficient.
[LISTEN] Will DBE drop maths as compulsory subject?
There are reports that the Department of Basic Education is considering lowering the pass rate for grades 7-9 and dropping mathematics as a compulsory subject.
[LISTEN] Why Zwelinzima Vavi won't vote for the ANC
General secretary of SA Federation of Trade Unions Zwelinzima Vavi continues to speak out against President Jacob Zuma.
[LISTEN] How to remove a Public Protector from office
CapeTalk’s Africa Melane interviews UCT public law lecturer Cathy Powell on the matter.
[LISTEN] ‘Shaun Abrahams has watched as the nation suffers’
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane says that the NPA head refuses to do his job.