[LISTEN] City of CT ready for heavy rain
Spokesperson for the City of Cape Town's Disaster Risk Management Centre Mandy Thomas says the city has a winter preparedness task team where risks are assessed and vulnerable areas identified.
[LISTEN] SA could lose millions of jobs if not digitally ready in 7 years
Dr Roze Phillips of the University of Stellenbosch Business School says people in all industries are at risk.
[LISTEN] DA: No new dawn in SA, as Fraser stays in govt
Arthur Fraser is accused of unlawfully establishing an intelligence programme and abusing his power in an effort to stop an investigation into him.
[LISTEN] 'Lifestyle audits for police officials can lessen corruption'
CapeTalk host Karima Brown interviewed Francois Beukman, chairperson of the Portfolio Committee on Police.
[LISTEN] Sassa card pilot project launched in WC with Post Office
Cape Talk host Pippa Hudson speaks to Dianne Dunkerley, executive manager for grants administration at Sassa, about the new payment system for grant beneficiaries.
[LISTEN] The future of mining, South Africa’s lifeblood
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Jan-Adriaan du Plessis of Deloitte.
[LISTEN] Celebrated chef Bertus Basson on food & money
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Bertus Basson about his career as a chef, managing restaurants and money.
[LISTEN] How to tell children about your cancer diagnosis
Cape Talk host Africa Melane asks clinical psychologist and Sadag board member Zamo Mbele how parents can help their children understand cancer.
[LISTEN] Land expropriation: What SA ‘can learn’ from Zimbabwe
The land matter is a hot topic in South Africa. Cape Talk host Africa Melane interviewed professor Ben Cousins, director of the Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies.
[LISTEN] How to deal with your bad image on social media
CapeTalk presenter Abongile Nzelenzele speaks to the Managing Director of PR Worx, Madelain Roscher, about how a company can protect its brand when it’s trending for the wrong reasons on social media.
[LISTEN] Celebrity chef Siba Mtongana opens up about her career
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield chats to celebrity chef Siba Mtongana.
[LISTEN] Gayle Edmunds reflects on Mama Winnie in the film world
Film critic Gayle Edmunds says it must have been a very difficult task to find an actresses that could match the late Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's beauty and greatness.
[LISTEN] 'Just travelling to someone for a braai will now cost more'
Cape Talk host Kieno Kammies interviews tax consultant at Mazars Tertius Troost, who calculated the price of a braai.
[LISTEN] New financial literacy initiative to empower SA students
Financial literacy should be taught at an early age. Cape Talk host Kieno Kammies interviewed UWC’s Charleen Duncan about a financial literacy initiative.
[LISTEN] 8 tips that could help you avoid a car hijacking
Cape Talk host Pippa Hudson talks to Dialdirect's Warwick Scott-Rodger and Western Cape police spokesperson Andre Traut about hijackings.
[LISTEN] Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the feminist
Radio 702 host Karima Brown spoke to feminist writer Gail Smith and poet Lebogang Mashile to reflect on the struggle icon’s contribution to feminism.
[LISTEN] Mandela Foundation calls for more compassion after Mam' Winnie's death
The Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO was interviewed by Cape Talk host Kieno Kammies.
[LISTEN] Economist: The state is spending far too much money
Cape Talk host Africa Melane interviewed Efficient Group chief economist Dawie Roodt.