Long Street in the spotlight
City of Cape Town officials Mo Hendricks, JP Smith & Jeremy Vearey discuss safety on Long Street after a bar doorman was stabbed to death.
PJ Powers & the Spar Tops ad
Yvonne Johnson of the PJ Powers Organisation discusses a recent campaign by Spar in which PJ Powers’s name was used without her permission.
'MI6 unlawfully intercepted LRC emails'
The LRC‘s Avani Singh discusses the centre’s concern over emails being intercepted & the extent in which this occurred, or on whose authority this was permitted. [Image: MI6 HQ in London - Victoria Redfern]
Housekeeper's 'eggcellent' idea grows into business
Grace Msyali talks about a free range egg delivery service she came up with to get extra money to raise and educate her son.
FW de Klerk Foundation condemns Charleston church killings
The FW de Klerk Foundation says Charleston shooter Dylann Roof is mistaken if he imagines anyone in South Africa, from across the political spectrum, would not have a negative reaction to his hate crime.
Reaction grows over CT's sewage debacle
Senior lecturer at the Department of Community Health at the University of Stellenbosch Dr Jo Barnes, discusses the controversy surrounding three marine outfall pipes in Cape Town.
How to make Father’s Day special
Suzelle DIY visits Cape Talk and gives listeners some tips on what they can make or do for Father’s Day, which is on Sunday.
MEC angered by Curro viral video, GDE investigates
After a video emerged of white children emerging from one bus and black children from another at a Curro Roodeplaat School field trip, GDE MEC Panyaza Lesufi had this to say…
The impact of migrant entrepreneurs
A new project allows migrant entrepreneurs to introduce new products, opportunities & bring in scarce skills to the informal economic sector.
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.