[LISTEN] Off track: What's happening with Cape Town's rail system?
With Cape Town's railway system being disrupted by the suspension of the central line, Prasa's acting CEO explains the strategy in place to get trains up and running on the central line.
[LISTEN] Careers that don't require a degree
In light of the current issues around student registration, some experts argue that there is too much emphasis put on degree studies.
[LISTEN] The power of compound interest
Finance expert Werner Erasmus says that compound interest is a really powerful tool for saving.
[LISTEN] De Lille responds to DA charges
The mayor says that she is looking forward to defending herself against the charges.
[LISTEN] De Lille hits back at corruption claims against her
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille says she'll welcome an open and public process that tests the allegations.
[LISTEN] Dealing with divorce
The latest data available, from the year 2015, indicates that more married couples are divorcing.
[LISTEN] ‘There’s not really a free education system’
Professor Ahmed Bawa, the CEO of Universities South Africa, analyses changes to funding support for higher education.
[LISTEN] All you need to know about tracking maintenance defaulters
Joy van der Heyde, an attorney at Schuld Inc, chats about the Maintenance Amendment Act with came into effect on 5 January, 2018.
[LISTEN] CT Mayor Patricia de Lille chats water crisis, corruption
Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille answers some hard questions on the corruption scandal that has rocked her administration and talks about the city's water crisis.
[LISTEN] Should restaurants charge for tap water?
Chairperson at Fedhasa Cape, Jeff Rosenberg, explains the organisation's position on restaurants charging for tap water, especially given the water crisis in Cape Town.
[LISTEN] Matric pass rate: A question of quantity or quality
Education activist Guys Harris says that the matric pass rate has sacrificed quality for volume.
[LISTEN] Khoisan and the 'coloured' identity
Khoisan leader Khoebaha Calvin Cornelius III says that a lot of white and black people in South Africa are descendants of the Khoi.
[LISTEN] Holding religious leaders accountable
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviews David Mosomo, deputy chairperson at the CRL Rights Commission.
[LISTEN] SACP: How will higher education be funded?
The SACP's Alex Mashilo says that it is taxpayers that will foot the bill and have all the right to know where the money will come from.
[LISTEN] Vytjie Mentor reflects on ANC national conference
Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor reflects on the recent ANC national conference.
[LISTEN] News rap of the week: CT tourists, water restrictions, #ANC54 & more
If you missed out on the news this week, KFM producer Brad O'Regan brings you the latest news while spitting some bars.
[LISTEN] You don’t need to join the festive season eating frenzy
Dr Darren Green shares advice for healthy living during the festive season.
[LISTEN] Unilever brings relief to drought-stricken Cape Town communities
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Justine Agnew from Sunlight and Surf Laundry at Unilever South Africa.