Facebook breach a reminder for online users to 'tread carefully'
Is your Facebook safe? IT expert Colin Cullis explains the latest privacy scandal involving data mining firm Cambridge Analytica.
Applying for store credit? You can ditch the payslips and paperwork from now on
Consumer journalist Wendy Knowler explains how a new court ruling will impact consumers applying for credit in South Africa.
Some of our favourite Huawei KDay moments
We relive some of our favourite moments from this year's #HuaweiKDay - both on-stage and off!
CT cosmologist spots bright object in outer space (you'll laugh at what it was!)
Local cosmology professor, Peter Dunsby, was going about his business, taking snaps of the night sky, when he made a discovery...
'It's not enough to just do the job' - Employee retention 101
Recruitment guru Zanele Luvuno says that employees need to go the extra mile to set themselves apart and be indispensable.
CT water consumption rises again
Usage has increased by 54 million litres a day from last week's record low of 511 million litres per day.
Car deal extras - what they can and can’t add to your finance contract
Know your rights. Consumer watchdog Wendy Knowler shares empowering information about car dealerships and their financing deals.
Dali Mpofu labelled 'Advocate of the people' after Rabada outcome
Advocate Dali Mpofu receives praises after he represented Kagiso Rabada in his appeal against the ICC's decision to suspend him.
CT to host prelude to International Jazz Festival on Tuesday night
British jazz band Incognito as well as local artists including The Soil, Alistair Izobell and Claire Phillips will be part of the line-up on Tuesday night.
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Markle’s wedding ring to follow royal tradition of Welsh gold
Britain’s Prince Harry's great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, was the first to use gold from Wales in her ring.
Lindsay Lohan mocks criminal past in legal ad
Lohan has served time in jail, including two weeks of a 90-day sentence in 2010 for violating her probation. She was released early due to overcrowding.
Jerry Springer: My talk show isn’t for people with serious problems
The star believes the reason his talk show is still popular after 27 years on air is that it doesn’t take itself seriously.
Australia won’t bait Rabada in third Test - Smith
SA fast bowler Kagiso Rabada was initially suspended for two matches by the ICC after brushing against the shoulder of Australia captain Steve Smith in Port Elizabeth.
Former Springbok coach Meyer to take over at Stade Francais
Heyneke Meyer will move next month to observe the end of the current campaign and prepare for the 2018-19 season, the club added.
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Bringing Parents to the Education Table
Parents of young children across Kathu, Debeng, Sesheng, Mapoteng, Olifantshoek and Siyathemba, in the Northern Cape, are signing up to learn how to effectively improve their children’s Early Childhood Development (ECD), through unique parental training programmes.
Human Library Podcast Series: The Gay Theologian Studying to Become a Pastor
With a small-town upbringing and conservative family, Stefan - a gay theology student - had concerns about coming out of the closet