[LISTEN] What you need to know about adoption in SA
Robyn Wolfson Vorster, child rights activist from Becoming a Mom and Pam Wilson of the National Adoption Coalition of South Africa explain the process for adopting a child in South Africa.
[LISTEN] Driving licence card delays continue across SA amid ongoing strike
Department of Transport spokesperson Jandré Bakker says the ongoing industrial action has affected issuing centres nationwide.
[LISTEN] 'The ghost of Jacob Zuma continues'
Talk Radio 702 host Eusebius McKaiser joined Cape Talk's Karima Brown to unpack Pravin Gordhan's submission to the Zondo Commission.
[LISTEN] High hopes for Cape Town’s new mayor Dan Plato
Dan Plato was elected as the Mother City’s new executive mayor on Tuesday.
[LISTEN] Parent group wants transformation at Rustenburg Girls’ Junior School
CapeTalk host John Maytham interviews Parents for Change group member, Professor Nuraan Davids on why they are calling for transformation at Rustenburg Girls’ Junior School.
[LISTEN] Tau Morwe: Who is Transnet’s new acting group CEO?
Transnet confirmed Tau Morwe appointment as acting group CEO for six months.
[LISTEN] I was told to resign or face disciplinary action - Nozipho Mthembu
Nozipho Mthembu told the CCMA she felt 'powerless and inadequate after the school made her appear incompetent.
[LISTEN] Tips on renting out your home for the holidays
CapeTalk's Africa Melane spoke to Head of Offers Desk at PropertyFox Lebohang Mgolodela about the things you need to be mindful of when making that decision.
[LISTEN] Beef companies face charges for cartel conduct
Competition Commission's Makgale Mohlala said the agreement between these two beef producer has resulted in Karan Beef no longer being a competitor in the market.
[LISTEN] There's a subsidy for first-time homebuyers
Some of the requirements you must meet include having your home loan approved, having dependents and being a South African citizen.
[LISTEN] Health Dept heads to court to ensure child gets blood transfusion
It is reported the boy's parents are Jehovah's Witnesses and due to their religious convictions, they do not believe in certain medical procedures like blood transfusions, which their son needs.
[LISTEN] High expectations for Mboweni’s maiden MTBPS
CapeTalk host Karima Brown talks to Cosatu's general secretary Bheki Ntshalintshali and Agri SA's head of economics and trade Dr Requier Wait on their MTBPS expectations.
[LISTEN] Transnet board on why it fired CEO Siyabonga Gama
Kieno Kammies interviewed Transnet board member Edward Kieswetter about the decision to fire their CEO Siyabonga Gama and what it means for the SOE.
[LISTEN] Ramaphosa sets deadline for plan to fix public healthcare system
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Dr Nicholas Burger, a healthcare consultant at Frost & Sullivan.
[LISTEN] #JamalKhashoggi: How extensive is protection under diplomatic immunity?
Kieno Kammies and Pippa Hudson spoke to Hennie Strydom, South African research chair in international law at the University of Johannesburg.
[LISTEN] 9 questions to ask before choosing a financial advisor
'The Money Show’ presenter Bruce Whitfield interviews Galileo Capital personal financial advisor Warren Ingram.
[LISTEN] 4 new ways Uber SA plans to make your ride safer
Kieno Kammies interviewed Uber's Alon Lits about new safety measures.
[LISTEN] Kingon: Sars e-filing system is stable at the moment
Testimonies at the Sars Inquiry has many South African taxpayers in a panic. Bruce Whitfield interviews Sars' Mark Kingon on the e-filing system.