Metrorail's Richard Walker chats to commuters
Cape Talk invited Metrorail users to call in and ask Regional Manager Richard Walker anything they wanted to know about the service, including fare increases, train delays, cancellations and problems with vandalism and infrastructure.
WC considers shutting down smaller schools
WC Education's Jessica Shelver discusses the possibility of shutting down schools with under 250 pupils and consolidating them into larger schools.
Demand for penis transplants... gets bigger
The head of Stellenbosch University’s Urology Division, Professor Andre van der Merwe, discusses the growing demand for penile transplants after it was revealed the recipient of the first ever procedure is to become a father.
Grandfather: Baby Jordan-Leigh's killers don't deserve parole
Baby Jordan’s grandfather Vernon Norton says finding out about possible parole for two of his granddaughter's killers meant his family had to relive the day she died.
SA actor Sean Cameron Michael unplugged
SA actor Sean Cameron Michael has performed in over 80 television series, shorts and feature films over the past 30 years, listen as he talks about working alongside Hollywood’s finest.
Policies on teaching special needs kids
Special needs teacher Catherine Kenyon & Director of Inclusive & Specialised Education Support, Berenice Daniels discuss policies that deal with the issue of special needs teaching in South Africa.
#YouthDay: History of 16 June explained
Unisa's history lecturer Steve Lebelo explains the actual events which lead to 16 June, 1976 and how the narrative told today differs.
Understanding & identifying marital rape
702 and Cape Talk radio host Redi Tlhabi speaks to Clinical Sexologist & Couple and Sex Therapist, Doctor Eve, about issues around marital rape.
SANDF to recruit underrepresented groups
Lieutenant-General Vusumuzi Masondo says the army is particularly looking to recruit young white South Africans through an intensive programme following claims by the defence minister that too few white South Africans are joining the SANDF.
Airlines want to reduce size of carry-on luggage
A number of international airlines have announced a new guideline that recommends reducing the physical dimensions of carry-on luggage, to free up space in the overhead compartments. Linden Birns, Managing Director at Plane Talking, explains.
SA asked to vote for CT Monopoly landmarks
Dan Taylor, Head of Regional Monopoly gives an update on the response to news that Cape Town is set to feature in its own version of the board game and the invitation to decide which landmarks should be used.
Danny Jordaan & Molefi Oliphant pressed to appear before MPs
DA Shadow Minister for Sport & Recreation Solly Malatsi wants Safa President Danny Jordaan and his predecessor, Molefi Oliphant, to account for their roles in the corruption scandal that's engulfed Fifa.
Puffing bylaws: Where you can & can't smoke
An Environmental Health Manager for the City of Cape Town sheds some light on smoking bylaws and where one can & can't smoke.
Alarm bells on decline in HIV awareness in SA
Health Department spokesman Joe Maila says a decline in HIV awareness in the country has been noted with concern.
Is there in increasing demand for film studios in SA?
CEO Nico Dekker discusses the unprecedented growth of Cape Town Film Studios in the last year and efforts to encourage international production companies to produce their movies in South Africa.
Travel agents predict chaos as new SA visa rules loom
SA’s new visa rules for children will be rolled out come Monday 1 June & Association Of South African Travel Agents (Asata) CEO Otto de Vries has warned that the travel and tourism industry is expecting chaos.
Is load shedding less rotational in CT?
Eskom’s Rene Darby said the utility will have to revisit load shedding schedules to better plan power outs.
How happy are our children?
Doctor Shazly Savahl from the UWC’s Psychology Dept discusses how SA children are happiest when at school & with their friends, but face serious challenges at home.