How to make your first R1 million (after that it just becomes so much easier)
Rich. Wealthy. Financially free... Call it what you will; the first million is how you get there. Warren Ingram on his book...
‘Americans are brilliant at consumerism! Brilliant!’ (lessons from the US of A)
Bruce Whitfield interviews Aurik Business Accelerator founder Pavlo Phitidis for his weekly small business feature.
R8 million Rubens masterpiece found in SA after languishing on a wall since 1932
Smuggled out of Germany in the 1930s, then forgotten in Joburg. Bruce Whitfield interviews fine art specialist Luke Crossley.
Dis-Chem and Imbumba bring sanitary pads to rural school girls
Dis-Chem foundation has helped get sanitary pads to schools in rural and underprivileged areas across the country.
Time In The Saddle With Ryan O'Connor
Ryan and his good friend and cyclist Chris Willemse Jnr bring you interesting information that has anything and everything to do with cycling.
Piped water access has seen a decrease for the second year in a row
Stats SA in its recent report reveals key findings from the General Household Survey.
'Protection of wild animals in SA is in a state of neglect'
Centre for Environmental Rights attorney Aadila Agjee says regulation for wildlife protection needs to improve.
Nthabeleng Likotsi is on course to establishing SA's first women-owned bank
Likotsi explains the vision for the bank which comes off the back of YWBN - a co-operative financial institution.
DA wants WC public transport rescue plan fast-tracked
Train delays, damaged infrastructure and suspended train lines have become a reality for tens of thousands of commuters in Cape Town.
CT Science Centre launches winter holiday programme for young minds
Under the theme: ‘Let’s Have A Ball’, the edutainment event which starts on 22 June will include a first Explorers Zone.
Ugandan inventor creates 'bloodless' malaria test
Matibabu is a non-invasive malaria test which identifies symptoms and sends results to the patient’s mobile phone in 60 sec.
3 steps to help you work out whether something was written by a bot or a human
Right now, artificial intelligence excels at incredibly-narrow tasks. It can generate cohesive grammar at the sentence level, but something like a script is still too complex.
Why are African teams under performing in the 2018 World Cup?
With only five teams in the World Cup, Africa's performance hasn't exactly been memorable, so what could be the problem?
Koeksisters and Koesisters, what's the difference?
Food anthropologist, chef and author, Anna Trapido, explains the difference between two South African specialities.
[Listen] Local hero saves family from fire
A CapeTalk listener shares the story of a young man who saved a family of five from a burning house.
Thieves steal CT church's water tank, hurt efforts to go green
Thieves struck last week and emptied the tank before removing it from the St Margaret's Church grounds.
Hate plastic? Grocer Nude Foods doesn’t have any of it! It’s also cheaper…
The concept is not new, or a hipster fad. The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Nude Foods founder Paul Rubin.