Traffic chief's stop to assist fellow motorist turns into traumatic experience
Cape Town Traffic Chief Kenny Africa discovered a sad fate when he stopped to assist a motorist on the N2.
More than 30% of students go hungry
Dr Stephen Devereux says a large number of black students are more vulnerable than their white counterparts.
Brace yourself! Here's how much it'll cost you to raise a child in SA
Following the news former president Jacob Zuma has welcomed his 23rd child, we looked at the cost of raising kids in South Africa.
Former UB40 singer Ali Campbell talks about upcoming SA tour
702/CapeTalk's Ray White speaks to the former UB40 lead singer about his achievements over the decades and upcoming SA tour.
W Cape hard-hitting video will make you think twice before driving and texting
The Province's #ItCanWait Campaign uses CCTV footage of people walking and texting with disastrous consequences to make its point.
Entrepreneurs be on the look out for a geyser scam
Be warned of a scam purporting to be from the Department of Public Enterprises asking for quotations on geysers.
Ford to provide Commission with answers this week
David Klatzow says the way Ford treats its clients is appalling. Consumer Commission's investigation into Ford is well underway.
New Sassa scam offers beneficiaries food parcels and early payment
Beneficiaries say they received calls from a "Sassa official" offering food parcels before they were asked for their pin codes.
Have you given consent to receive marketing phone texts without knowing?
CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies looks at ways to get rid of the annoying marketing messages that are bombarding our phones.
The once mighty Moroka Swallows on the brink of relegation
Relegation to the amateur league awaits Moroka Swallows once again if they fail to beat Orange Vaal Professional FC on Saturday.
Struggle hero immortalised in Kalushi, releases in cinemas across SA
CapeTalk's Africa Melane says director Mandla Dube did a brilliant job of the movie based on life and death of Solomon Mahlangu.