[LISTEN] Solutions to teaching English to non-English speaking children
This follows an incident in the Eastern Cape, where allegations of learner segregation at King Edward High School were revealed.
[LISTEN] What skills employers look for when recruiting
Research has shown that companies are always on the lookout for employees who possess both hard and soft skills.
[LISTEN] Penalties and amendments: What you need to know about the minimum wage
The Department of Labour addresses concerns around the Minimum Wage Act and says employers that fail to comply will face penalties.
[LISTEN] Protecting your home from a wildfire
Here are some tips to make your home more fire resistant.
[LISTEN] Post Office responds to Angelo Agrizzi’s allegations of bribery
CapeTalk’s Kieno Kammies speaks to Post Office CEO Mark Barnes about the allegations emanating from Angelo Agrizzi’s testimony.
[LISTEN] Deadly Nairobi hotel attack explained
Jasmine Opperman, the Africa director for the Terrorism, Research and Analysis Consortium says this attack by al-Shabaab was a message that they oppose the US policy in Israel.
[LISTEN] Best and worse scenarios if Eskom's tariff hike bid fails
Kieno Kammies speaks to Maarten Ackerman, chief economist at Citadel, who presents two scenarios that could emerge from the Nersa tariff application hearings.
[LISTEN] Kenyan journalist recounts deadly Nairobi hotel attack
Daniel Wesangula, a journalist at the 'Sunday Standard' paper in Kenya, describes the terrorist attack on a Nairobi hotel that left 14 people dead.
[LISTEN] Jansen: 'No research to justify that segregation in classes works'
Professor Jonathan Jansen says while there are still educators who believe that segregating learners under the belief that it makes 'perfect educational sense', there is no research to back up the belief.
[LISTEN] How land expropriation policy will affect urban housing
Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (Seri) researcher Lwazi Mtshigo explains how land expropriation without compensation will affect urban housing.
[LISTEN] Doctors angry at Discovery Health over policy changes
CapeTalk’s Kieno Kammies speaks to Discovery Health's Dr Ryan Noach about the policy changes and how they affect patients and doctors.
[LISTEN] Private security becoming private armies, says policing expert
Policing expert Eldred De Klerk says those who have money can pay for the illusion of security.
[LISTEN] How to get a foot in property market while young
CapeTalk's Africa Melane chats property with Knight Frank development manager GT Stander and how young people can get their foot in the property market.
[LISTEN] How school uniform suppliers should be charging you
Speaking to Africa Melane, Sipho Ngwema, head of communications at the Competition Commission, said school uniforms should be obtainable in as many suppliers as possible.
[LISTEN] Where to find the best back-to-school deals
Business Insider SA went to Shoprite, Checkers, Pick n Pay, Makro and CNA to look at the price differences of some back-to-school basics. CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies finds out what the results were.
[LISTEN] Significance of the Cape minstrel parade
CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies debates the significance of the Tweede Nuwe Jaar celebrations in Cape Town and asks cultural commentator Moeshfieka Botha if the minstrel parade is still relevant.
[LISTEN] Should we arm our paramedics?
The debate continues on ways to protect EMS crews from attacks while they are trying to save lives.
[LISTEN] Uber's surge pricing to be in place on New Year's Eve
Uber sub-Saharan Africa GM Alon Lits explains pricing decisions on New Year's Eve.