How the Water Research Commission is saving South Africa from water scarcity
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Water Research Commission CEO Dhesigen Naidoo.
Everything you need to know about architectural history of the AmaZulu
My co-author needed a partner to assist him with the IsiZulu part of his research says Director of Libraries at UKZN Joyce Myeza.
Tips for saving water while on holiday
Whether you're visiting the Western Cape or are planning to travel around our province, here are some tips for a water-wise holiday!
[WATCH] Blogger travels to 21 African counties, describes near death experience
Blogger Mukhatshelwa 'Katchie' Nzama chats to Azania about her solo mission travelling to Africa.
Travellers heading to CT encouraged to swop luggage allowance for water
Any travellers from Gauteng whose luggage is five (or more) kilograms under the weight limit will be able to ‘exchange’ their unused kilos for litres of water.
[WATCH] Julius Malema shows off his DJ'ing skill
A video of the EFF leader playing a set at Mbuyiseni Ndlozi's graduation party has gained traction on social media.
AA explores why drunk driving remains a major problem in SA
SA has one of the highest car-accident fatality rates in the world. The Automobile Association (AA) looks at road fatalities.
Over 20 Cape activities to keep your teens busy these holidays
No idea what to do with your teens over these holidays? Here's a few fun activities that are guaranteed to keep them entertained.
Do you have WhatsApp group rules?
Are you the gatekeeper of activity that goes on in your WhatsApp group? The Breakfast Club chatted about the implications of breaking the laws of chat groups.
[LISTEN] Sara-Jayne King overjoyed at finding her biological father
After a 702/ CapeTalk interview, the author of the autobiographical book Killing Karoline spoke to her dad for the first time.
How body-shaming shapes your self-image
Your body is your home for the rest of your life. Why direct hate and self-loathing towards it? A conversation on body-shaming.
Massive winds tear through the Vaal Marina
A massive storm hit the Vaal Marina area on Monday the 12th of December 2017.
How December's Lead SA Hero is helping students in need
Lead SA Hero Jessica Lerm started a Facebook page for UWC students to help those in need and here's how she did it.
Should Bitcoin be regulated?
CapeTalk's John Maytham speaks to Nicolene Schoeman-Louw about the Bitcoin currency which is currently uncontrolled.
Opinion: On the business of prophets
A journalist has been found in contempt of court for commenting on a pastor's Rolls Royce. Stephen Grootes weighs in.
Metrorail disruptions are taxing on business - Cape Chamber of Commerce
President of Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Janine Myburgh says the loss equates to millions of Rands.
WC drought hits wine production
The drought is drying up the vines, which means that a smaller harvest is expected next year.