Kind CapeTalk listeners raise funds to bury murdered security guard
Beech Financial Solutions owner Clint Beech spoke to Kieno Kammies about hearing the story on CapeTalk and deciding to help.
Where has Makhanda's drought relief efforts money gone?
Gift of the Givers founder Imtiaz Sooliman said costs incurred by the organisation include providing bottled water worth R5 million to residents, drilling 15 boreholes and bringing in a specialist geologist.
Is your WhatsApp hacked? Here is how to find out
The spyware can easily trawl through calls, texts and other data.
Don't spoil your ballot - IEC
IEC provincial electoral officer Courtney Sampson said one of the most common mistakes people make is to write comments on their ballot papers.
Be vigilant and check your ballot paper is stamped, warns IEC
IEC media liaison officer Trevor Davids said unstamped ballot papers would not be counted.
Bidorbuy removes over 150 listings displaying apartheid-era flag
Bidorbuy chief executive officer Craig Lubbe said the company has been debating about the listings that display the old South African flag on its website.
LISTEN: Renting vs buying: Is it better to wait before buying your own home?
Payprop's head of analytics and data, Johette Smuts and Africa Melane discuss the trend of renting for longer before buying property, or not buying at all.
Darren 'Whackhead' Simpson on going broke & making money
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews KFM host Darren ‘Whackhead’ Simpson, a man loved and hated in equal measure for his prank calls on 94.7 (Johannesburg) and KFM (Cape Town).
Unpacking the DA's alternative to BEE
CapeTalk host Africa Melane spoke to the Black Management Forum about the DA’s alternative approach to black economic empowerment.
Are teachers ill-equipped to control classrooms?
Naptosa's Basil Manuel joins CapeTalk host Abongile Nzelenzele to give insight into the teaching profession, why some teachers are losing control of classrooms and whether the profession is under threat.
[LISTEN] Here's how to prevent students from dropping out
Education expert Nola Payne says university dropout rates remain a concern and that many students were not making it to their third and fourth years.
[LISTEN] #LoadShedding woes: Eskom explains what's behind the power blackouts
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies speaks to senior general manager for demand management at Eskom, Andrew Etzinger, about the unfolding crisis facing the power utility.
[LISTEN] Khoisan heritage still marginalised, says expert
Johnathan Miller, a Khoisan heritage expert, says there is a more visible celebration of the Khoisan heritage but South Africa still fails to recognise the individuality within the community.
[LISTEN] Condom use declining among SA youth
Reflecting on South African national HIV prevalence, unfortunately, there is a huge decrease in the use of condoms among South African youth.
[LISTEN] South Africans not doing enough to safeguard themselves online – study
Of 1,005 internet users surveyed, 53% of them have received phishing emails & a quarter of South African internet users admit to having fallen victim to online scams.
[LISTEN] Bloody brilliant! New emoji to challenge stigma around periods
New emojis have been approved and will be available on your smartphones soon.
[LISTEN] Father speaks out after Taxify driver allegedly stabs daughter, friend
A Durbanville father has shared his daughter's ordeal while in a Taxify vehicle with CapeTalk listeners and host Kieno Kammies.
[LISTEN] WC average salaries overtake Gauteng. Here's why
A survey has shown that Cape Town has overtaken Johannesburg in the average salaries that are offered. Adzuna's Jesse Green explains how and where the shift has happened.