[LISTEN] 10 days paternity leave for dads a 'baby step' in right direction
President Cyril Ramaphosa officially signed the Labour Laws Amendment Bill into law, providing new fathers with 10 days consecutive paid leave after the birth of their child.
[LISTEN] Yanga Sobetwa on investing 'Idols' winnings & inspiring through gospel
The teenager from Delft is already proving her star status - her first single 'Scars' hit the top of the charts in the same week it was released.
[LISTEN] Medical aids to struggle to survive NHI?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr Nicholas Burger on the possible effects of the NHI on the health system in South Africa.
[LISTEN] Is SA ready for a fourth industrial revolution?
Last week a dialogue was held by the South African Fourth Industrial Revolution Initiative, a collaboration between the universities of Johannesburg, Fort Hare and Wits.
[LISTEN] Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse talks success and money
CapeTalk’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed legendary musician Sipho ‘Hotstix’ Mabuse as part of his ‘Make Money Mondays, Personal Edition’ feature.
[LISTEN] Building a career without qualifications
Career development consultant Annette Miller says there are countless opportunities for people without further education, but that comes with consequences.
[LISTEN] DA's John Steenhuisen hits back over qualification row
A 'Sunday Times' report revealed that Democratic Alliance Chief Whip John Steenhuisen only has a matric qualification.
[LISTEN] Legendary SA actor John Kani on 'The Lion King' role
Kieno Kammies speaks to veteran actor Dr John Kani about his role as Rafiki in the latest remake of 'The Lion King'.
[LISTEN] Surfing initiative helps disadvantaged youth overcome social challenges
Nigel Savel started a surfing initiative in Cape Town to help change the lifestyle of many young children impoverished in poverty and gangsterism.
[LISTEN] How gentrification tears apart communities with historical values
This week, Bo-Kaap residents protested over the developments in the area because they felt they were insensitive to the needs and heritage of the community.
[LISTEN] Looking for a career? These jobs are most in demand in SA
Odile Badenhorst, communications manager at CareerJunction, recommends that candidates take up short courses with online course providers just to get themselves in the job market.
[LISTEN] 'State capture is a systemic process, a political project'
CapeTalk host Karima Brown interviewed Professor Mark Swilling following Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan's revelations at the state capture commission of inquiry.
[LISTEN] Drastic increase in school fees prices expected
Lebogang Montjane, the executive director at the Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (ISASA), explains school inflation rates are close to 4% higher than general inflation.
[LISTEN] Healthy tips for braaing this festive season
CapeTalk host Zane Johnson speaks to dietician Abby Courtenay about the festive season and answers if there is such a thing as too much braaing.
[LISTEN] Where are you from? Sherlin Barends on life in Stellenbosch
CapeTalk host Zain Johnson interviewed KFM Breakfast show host Sherlin Barends during his weekly installment of ‘Where Are You From’.
[LISTEN] De Lille: New political party will stimulate economy
CapeTalk’s Kieno Kammies speaks to Patricia de Lille about her new political party and the 2019 general elections.
[LISTEN] Options available to matriculants after writing exams
CapeTalk’s Zain Johnson speaks to Dr Gillian Mooney from the Independent Institute of Education (IIE) about the options available to matriculants after ending their school careers.
[LISTEN] Max du Preez: It’s in our interest for ANC to win 2019 polls
CapeTalk’s John Maytham talks to veteran journalist Max du Preez about his view on President Cyril Ramaphosa's election chances.