[LISTEN] The dire state of sanitation at schools
A Water Research Commission study found that although 41% of schools were found to employ cleaners, only 25% of them reported to cleaning the toilets at least once a day.
[LISTEN] ANC & DA neck and neck in WC - Ipsos poll
Cape Talk host Kieno Kammies spoke to political analyst Somadoda Fikeni to get analysis on the latest poll.
[LISTEN] DA’s Ntsabo condemns cat-flinging incident during Hermanus protests
Hermanus has been the scene of violent protests over the past few days, with residents demanding better service delivery and housing.
[LISTEN] Teaching race & culture in early childhood
CapeTalk's Zain Johnson tackles the issue of race, culture and heritage and asks who has the responsibility of teaching young children about race and culture.
[LISTEN] 'Nene asked unions to bring ideas of how to fund wage demands'
Cape Talk’s Kieno Kammies speaks deputy editor of the 'Financial Mail' Sikonathi Mantshantsha about the Eskom wage talks deadlock.
[LISTEN] Wanna use Madiba's name? Observe protocol
Cape Talk host Kieno Kammies spoke to Sello Hatang, the CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation about protecting the Nelson Mandela name from being misused.
[LISTEN] From bean to bar: Antonino Allegra on Africa’s chocolate industry
CapeTalk's Zain Johnson interviews chocolate maker Antonino Allegra of Afrikoa.
[LISTEN] City of CT aims to erect speed humps near schools
The City of Cape Town’s transport authority says officials are working to improve traffic-calming measures near schools around the metro.
[LISTEN] UCT launches Nelson Mandela School of Public Governance
The school is a living memorial of the former South African president. Cape Talk’s Africa Melane speaks to deputy head of the Policy Unit at the institution, Alan Hirsch.
[LISTEN] Pick n Pay pilots compostable bags
CapeTalk host John Maytham speaks Pick n Pay's Suzanne Ackerman-Berman about introducing customers to an environmentally friendly shopping packet at their stores.
[LISTEN] Zwai Bala: I had to grow up very early in life
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Zwai Bala about his attitude toward money, his hopes, fears and successes.
[LISTEN] Mpho Ndaba among 2018 'Mail & Guardian' top 200
Cape Talk’s Refilwe Moloto spoke to Mpho Ndaba who was placed on the top 200 in the environment category.
[LISTEN] Tony Ehrenreich says goodbye to Cosatu
Africa Melane talks to outgoing Cosatu Western Cape secretary Tony Ehrenreich about the trade union federation and the fight for workers' rights.
[LISTEN] Can humans live past the age of 200?
Cape Talk host John Maytham spoke to Dr Aubrey de Grey who believes that regenerative medicine will improve at a faster rate than ageing.
[LISTEN] Why African teams are underperforming at 2018 World Cup
Kieno Kammies speaks to Dr Dan Plumley from Sheffield Hallam University in England about the performance of African teams at the Fifa World Cup.
[LISTEN] Unpacking the Mining Charter
Legal expert Brandon Irsigler gives a brief overview of the history of the charter and the key points of the latest iteration of the draft charter.
[LISTEN] Veteran journalist Max du Preez talks apartheid & money
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews legendary journalist Max du Preez.
[LISTEN] How to talk to your kids about money
Certified financial planner Kim Potgieter says there are many ways you can enforce positive messages around money to your children.