[LISTEN] Big stink: Documentary 'exposes' perfume makers' pricing practices
CapeTalk presenter Kieno Kammies talks to Simon Maritz Owner of Fine Fragrance Collection about the 'Odour' documentary.
[LISTEN] 'NDPP needs to be someone of unimpeachable integrity'
Freedom Under Law and Cassac weigh in on President Cyril Ramaphosa's move to set up a special committee to help him find a new head for the Directorate of Public Prosecutions.
[LISTEN] City of CT denies firefighters overworked, underpaid
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies talks to Richard Bosman, the executive director of safety and security at the City of Cape Town about the working circumstances of the city's firefighters.
[LISTEN] 'Scared to go to school': Cape teen appeals for help amid gang violence
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies interviews Dr Simon Howell, a researcher at African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum, on gang violence in the Cape following a call from a concerned teenager.
[LISTEN] Hawks: VBS probe receiving 'serious attention'
CapeTalk host Kariema Brown interviews Hawks spokesperson Hangwani Mulaudzi as well National Treasury deputy Director-General Ismail Momoniat over the VBS Bank fraud scandal.
[LISTEN] Bryan Habana talks retirement, digital sports marketing agency
CapeTalk’s Bruce Whitfield interviews the legendary Springbok Bryan Habana about what’s next for him after retiring from rugby.
[LISTEN] ‘It seems like South Africa doesn’t care about coloured people at all’
Jerome Lottering's, leader of the Camissa Movement, says programmes should be put in place to monitor the progress of coloured communities.
[LISTEN] Wilhelm Verwoerd talks apartheid and reconciliation
Hendrik Verwoerd's grandson Wilhelm Verwoerd shares his experience of the fight against the unjust system his grandfather used against black people in South Africa during apartheid.
[LISTEN] Prasa safety permit on the line
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviewed Madelein Williams GM of the Rail Safety Regulator about matters at Prasa.
[LISTEN] De Lille to take legal action over 'reputational harm'
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviews outgoing Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille about her future plans.
[LISTEN] NPO on mission to ‘make Table Mountain smile’
CapeTalk presenter Kienno Kammies talks to ambassadors, David Grier and Andrew Stuart about their plans to ‘make the mountain smile’.
[LISTEN] Vexillology & the meaning of the SA flag
CapeTalk host Zain Johnson spoke to Bruce Berry from the Southern African Vexillological Association about the meaning of the South African flag.
[LISTEN] Internet scams targeting vulnerable South Africans
Theunis Aldrich, the manager of operational analysis at the Financial Intelligence Centre, said new scam patterns emerge every day, putting up scams tailor-made for their victims.
[LISTEN] CT taxi driver who helped epileptic child given R6,000 fine
Jack Arthur Williams (40) was slapped with a R6,000 traffic fine and had his professional driving permit confiscated while trying to save the life of an epileptic child who had 10 epileptic fits during traffic.
[LISTEN] ANC veteran Pallo Jordan: Mbeki's land document unfortunate
Former President Thabo Mbeki has questioned the ANC's stance on land expropriation without compensation.
[LISTEN] Are there more storms globally this year? Expert weighs in
Radio 702 host Joanne Joseph interviews climate expert Dr Luciana Esteves.
[LISTEN] Why DStv Premium is on a downward spiral
Tech expert Arthur Goldstuck says that DStv's current business model for its Premium users needs urgent fixing.
[LISTEN] Leaving your home with dagga: What happens at a road block?
Cape Talk host Kieno Kammies interviews criminal law specialist William Booth about the wider impact of the dagga ruling.