[LISTEN] Don't be rude: 5 ways to practice cell phone etiquette
It's important to confront friends and family if they seem distracted by their phones, says Afro Protocol founder Courtenay Carey.
[LISTEN] Are Zuma’s allies abandoning him?
Political analyst Ralph Mathekga says the issue around Zuma’s allies in the lead-up to the African National Congress elective conference is very complicated.
[LISTEN] OUTsurance: Father's Day video an amateur mistake
OUTsurance was criticised by many South Africans following its Father's Day video that did not reflect the country's demographics.
[LISTEN] How do candidates for ANC presidency stack up?
A political commentator says ANC members should study candidates who want to be its leader, to ensure they choose the best person for the job.
[LISTEN] What it will take to impeach President Jacob Zuma
Former Member of Parliament Melanie Verwoerd outlines the main three ways in which a country can impeach a president.
[LISTEN] Parents & schools need to teach kids about dealing with finances
We learn many things at school, but money management often doesn't make the list.
[LISTEN] Mkhwebane denies being selective in state capture probe
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane speaks to CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies about her office's investigation into state capture.
[LISTEN] Insurance companies to speedily deal with Knysna fire claims
Insurance companies have been bombarded with claims from clients who lost their homes during fires.
[LISTEN] Your current qualification may not be enough to land your dream job
Education expert Wonga Ntshinga says a short course can open doors for you.
[LISTEN] Paying the price: High lobola the cause of fewer traditional marriages?
Sylvia Walker, a corporate specialist and financial planner, explains why fewer young people are getting married today.
[LISTEN] Knysna resident recalls moment he lost home in fire
Knysna resident Adrian Egerty says they were at home on Wednesday night and that most of his family's posssessions went up in flames.
[LISTEN] Helen Zille responds to DA suspension
Western Cape Premier Helen Zille explains her next move following her suspension from Democratic Alliance activities and her upcoming disciplinary hearing over her colonialism tweets.
[LISTEN] Is the SANDF equipped to defend SA's borders?
Military analyst Helmoed Heitman says South Africa does not have a strong enough military to protect our borders.
[LISTEN] Guptas buy Zuma luxury property in Dubai
The 'Sunday Times' also reported that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe had once also owned property close by in the same luxury estate.
[LISTEN] Here's what it takes to be a Michelin star chef
South African Michelin star chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen says he always goes the extra mile.
[LISTEN] SA's middle class overburdened by tax system?
Should the middle class complain about high taxes? Professor Servaas van der Berg says both the middle class and the poor have the right to complain because times are tough.
[LISTEN] Here’s how you can conquer Mount Everest
Ready to climb Mount Everest? Adventurer Margaret Milner tells you how.
[LISTEN] What is the Western Cape govt doing about child abuse?
Child Protection Week is being marked this year from 28 May to 4 June 2017.