[LISTEN] Above-normal rainfall possible in summer
Wayne Venter, forecaster at South African Weather Service, says above-normal rainfall is possible from late spring to summer in SA. Venter also shares a forecast for the next few days.
Why you shouldn't catch up on lost ZZZs over weekends
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies chats to sleep researcher Susanna Jernelov about weekend lie-ins.
[LISTEN] Why swimming & alcohol don't mix
While it may seem obvious that swimming and drinking can be dangerous, many still drink when they’re at a beach. The NSRI’s Dr Cleeve Robertson chats about why swimming and alcohol don’t mix.
[LISTEN] Reasons why motor insurance is a must
Many people can’t afford motor insurance, but in an interview with CapeTalk, SAIA CEO Vivienne Pearson explains why it’s important.
[LISTEN] Has Woolies ditched sweet treats from checkout aisle?
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies chats to Woolworths Foods' Spencer Sonn about the removal of sweets & chocolates at checkout aisles.
[LISTEN] CT Cycle Tour adds more entry spots due to demand
Organisers of the 40th edition of the Cape Town Cycle Tour have good news for you if you haven’t claimed your spot in the 2017 edition.
[LISTEN] UWC students scoop top prize for 'hands free' banking app
CapeTalk's Kienno Kammies spoke to Liam Doult about the hands free banking app.
[LISTEN] SA not affected by anti-venom shortage, says herpetologist
The antidote, known as FAV-Afrique, has been widely used by medical practitioners in sub-Saharan Africa to treat snakebite victims.
[LISTEN] Tips on how to avoid being hijacked
About 2,032 incidents of carjacking were reported in the Western Cape, according to Stats SA.
[LISTEN] App brings on-demand repair services to you
Founders say the app is not a directory, but rather, it is an Uber-like on-demand service.
[LISTEN] Questions about CT's 'slack' ambulance service addressed
A Mitchells Plain resident claims that the ambulance service refused to assist an elderly woman.
[LISTEN] SA's 'bold' new HIV programme
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies interviewed Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi about the new HIV treatment programme and other developments.
[LISTEN] Sans Souci girls struggling to be African in Africa, says learner
Claims of racist practices at Sans Souci Girls High School has caused debate. A learner spoke to CapeTalk’s Kienno Kammies about her experience.
[LISTEN] Call for water to be used sparingly
Water is one of the most valuable resources. The Department of Water and Sanitation’s Rashied Khan explains why we need to use it sparingly.
[LISTEN] Are Gordhan's days numbered?
Economist Dawie Roodt was interviewed by CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies on the latest developments around Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.
[LISTEN] Officials clear air on CT airport drop & go complaints
CapeTalk’s Kieno Kammies spoke to Acsa’s Deidre Davids and the City’s JP Smith about listeners’ complaints about the drop & go section at the airport.
[LISTEN] Why the hair debate is a big deal
Eusebius McKaiser explains to a listener why the hair debate matters during the ‘Open Line’ on ‘The Redi Tlhabi Show’.
[LISTEN] Dealing with discipline at schools
A high school principal shares his thoughts on discipline & comments on a recent bullying incident in the Cape.