How to renew your car licence via WhatsApp
A new service called ChatBack allows South African car owners to renew their car licence on WhatsApp in a few simple steps.
[LISTEN] US ambassador talks Agoa Act, business and US elections
US Ambassador Patrick Gaspard touches on the past controversy around the Agoa Act, business opportunities, US elections and comments on the mid-term budget speech.
[LISTEN] Understanding bipolar disorder
How can one manage bipolar disorder using psychological methods? Dr Ian Opperman explains...
[LISTEN] Local filmmaker puts gentrification in the spotlight
Kurt Orderson’s film ‘Not in my Neighbourhood’ touches on the history of colonial special planning.
[LISTEN] How to approach difficult conversations with family
Prepare. Prepare. And prepare. Clinical Psychologist Teboho Monyamane says you must find ask yourself what makes the conversation difficult and the prepare to tackle it.
[LISTEN] What makes Cape Town one of the best destinations in the world?
Cape Town has been announced as the best value long-haul destination in the world. What makes it so appealing?
[LISTEN] Is your relationship moving too fast?
Dating coach Duduzile Nhlabathi says a couple can only determine if the relationship is moving too fast or too slow if they are in sync emotionally.
[LISTEN] The art of vaping and why it's growing in SA
Vape Cartel’s Duncan Willis talks about the variety and quality of e-liquids available in the country.
[LISTEN] #FeesMustFall: Could university pass rates drop?
Stellenbosch University researcher Nic Spaull speaks about the practical impact of missing teaching & learning time during the current #FeesMustFall protests.
[LISTEN] Why consumers should buy ethical Fairtrade products
Ana Lemmer of Fairtrade Label South Africa chats to CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies about ethical buying.
[LISTEN] Why can 'healthy' people still have heart attacks?
Cardiologist Dr Richard Nethononda discusses some of the risk factors associated with heart attacks.
[LISTEN] What to expect on free walking tour of Bo Kaap
Cape Town Free Walking Tours shares some of what you can look forward to when touring the Bo Kaap.
[LISTEN] What you need to do to increase your income
Wealth ecologist Dawn Ridler talks about what you can do to increase your income in different ways.
[LISTEN] The difference between saving and investing
Sylvia Walker is highly skilled and experienced in financial services, having worked in the industry for over 25 years. She explains the difference between investing and saving.
[LISTEN] Got the sniffles? It may not be the pollen in the air
Dr Mike Levin, allergy advisor to Pharma Dynamics, says that for decades hayfever sufferers have been led to believe that their condition is brought on by the amount of pollen in the air, but there are a host of other triggers too.
[LISTEN] Shark Spotter app goes live today
Shark Spotter Team today launches a mobile app which will help swimmers and surfers be ‘shark smart’ at Cape Town beaches.
[LISTEN] How the City of Cape Town is helping the homeless
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviews Councillor Suzette Little, Mayco member for social development and early childhood development, about the city's plans to help homeless people.
Cape Town Comedy Club among world's top 10
Kurt Schoonraad, comedian & founder of the Cape Town Comedy Club, chats to CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies about their latest success.