WATCH: Afrofuturist and Afrofeminist soul singer Simphiwe Dana
The singer songwriter dropped by the 702 Afternoon Drive Show on Friday.
Signs you're having a stroke (and why you should act fast)
Medical help is most important within the first few hours after a stroke, explains the Heart and Stroke Foundation's Megan Lee.
Bedford Wives: local show promises lots of intrigue
The cast of Bedford Wives talk about the new South African series that is based on gangsterism in the area.
Hashtag Lottering continues its successful run
Comedian Marc Lottering talks about the success of his stand up show Hashtag Lottering that is on at the Monte Casino Theatre.
Musician Vusi Nova recovering after traumatic hijacking
Afro-pop musician Vusi Nova is still traumatised following his attack along with another band member on Friday morning.
The Geasy: Stellies innovation changing our water consumption
Dr Thinus Booysen speaks about Geasy, a system that allows you to monitor and control your geyser from your phone or computer.
City responds to 'selective' beach clean-up claims
CapeTalk listeners ask why officials only clean up certain beaches and leave out others?
How parents' time on digital technology profoundly affects kids' development
Educational psychologist Melanie Hartgill says lack of eye contact between parent and child will hinder emotional attachment.
Another Ford Kuga recall due to fire hazard
Mark Smyth, editor at Motor News explains the latest recall of Ford Kugas.
Dischem Foundation Helps Dews of Quietness
This Random Act of Kindness is all about supporting the women of the Cape!
NSRI has freed False Bay whale entangled in ropes
NSRI has manged to free a southern right whale entangled in ropes in Fish Hoek, False Bay.
Vodacom claims system upgrade caused disappearing data
Vodacom vowed to make sure all its customers are reimbursed by the end of the morning.
Claims of bank rip off, selling repossessed houses below market value
Advocate Douglas Shaw has filed a case with Constitutional Court to get the banks to compensate those who have been affected.