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Heavy school bags bad for learners’ backs

Experts are again warning that a growing number of children are developing irreversible back deformities because of the weight of their school bags. Dr Robert Delgado explains.

Drugs sold near police station

Police Major General Jeremy Veary addresses claims that drugs are being sold in broad daylight near the Wynberg police station in Cape Town.

MEC talks safety on Table Mountain

Following recent attacks on tourists, Cape Talk’s John Maytham and WC Economic Development MEC Alan Winde discuss safety on Table Mountain.

Columbia University accepts SA student...twice

After being accepted to Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Anade Situma was unable to raise funds to go because of her father’s battle with cancer. But now she’s been accepted again, and this time she’s determined to get there.

WC Education MEC taken to HRC

ANC's Cameron Dugmore has laid a complaint with the SAHRC against WC Education MEC Debbie Schäfer. He claims her dept failed to provide pupils at a rural school outside Cape Town with transport.

Is it time for SA to review its electoral system?

Nompumelelo Runji, a policy Analyst and author of 'Democratic Opportunity: Does South Africa need electoral reform?' discusses whether it’s time for the country to review its electoral system.

FlySafair expands operations in SA

FlySafair CEO Elmar Conradie discusses how the domestic low-cost carrier is upgrading its fleet & adding new routes to cities it’s not covered before.

MMC discusses Cape licencing scam

MMC for Safety & Security in the City of Cape Town JP Smith, talks about four officials who were arrested for issuing of fraudulent vehicle licences, mostly to taxi operators.