[LISTEN] Beware of scammers posing as Telkom employees
Telkom SA’s Jacqui O’Sullivan chats to CapeTalk’s Kienno Kammies about scams and how to deal with them.
[LISTEN] Expert advice on dealing with debt
Public speaker and finance expert Sylvia Walker chats about how South Africans get caught in a cycle of debt and how to deal with it.
[LISTEN] SA film 'Noem My Skollie' a box office hit
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies interviewed ‘Noem My Skollie’ scriptwriter John Fredericks following its success at cinemas in SA.
[LISTEN] WC investment flourishes
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies spoke to Tim Harris, Wesgro Chief Executive, about investment in the Western Cape.
[LISTEN] Local couple donates block of flats to UWC for students
CapeTalk’s Kienno Kammies spoke to a couple who donated a block of 30 two-bedroom flats to the University of the Western Cape.
[LISTEN] DJ Sbu shares secrets to success
Award winning social entrepreneur and radio personality DJ Sbu says he owes his success to his parents and his mindset.
[LISTEN] Fuel hike for October likely, warns economist
KPMG’s chief economist explains why the petrol price could increase and discusses how it affects consumers.
[LISTEN] What will SA's tertiary education system look like 5 years from now?
Professor Owen Skae, director at Rhodes Business School, chats to CapeTalk’s Kienno Kammies about fees protests and the future of tertiary education in SA.
[LISTEN] Sars 'rogue unit' book tells all
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies spoke to Exclusive Books' Benjamin Trisk about a new book into the controversial Sars unit.
[LISTEN] Fedsas reacts to ban on matric balls in KZN
CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies chats to The Federation of Governing Bodies of South African Schools (Fedsas) CEO Paul Colditz about a ban on matric dances in KZN.
[LISTEN] Ramaphosa sells McDonald's South Africa
CapeTalk's Kienno Kammies interviews Competition Commissioner Thembinkosi Bonakele about developments at McDonald's SA.
[LISTEN] Free TV might cost you more than you think
DTT is set to replace the analogue signal used to transmit free-to-air channels such as the SABC offerings.
Pick n Pay trials self-service checkouts
Pick n Pay has squashed rumors that their self-service check-out machine may lead to mass job cuts.
[LISTEN] Suspended UCT student on UCT protests
Suspended University of Cape Town student Masixole Mlandu opens up on the ongoing students protest at the university.
[LISTEN] How big of a problem is gambling addiction in SA?
FILE: A poker table. Picture: Screen grab via Facebook/PokerTube
CT Mayor Patricia De Lille's travels under scrutiny
The Mayor of Cape Town Patricia de Lille’s international trips have come under the spotlight, with her five trips in the past five months costing R2.2m.
[LISTEN] Night helicopters in plan to curb rhino poaching
CEO at Battle Born Munitions, Fred Hees, explains how they plan to prevent rhino poaching in SA.
[LISTEN] The science of Oakbay Investments
Oakbay Investments is often a target of 'state capture' allegations. The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Oakbay Investments CEO Nazeem Howa for his weekly ‘The Science Of’ feature.