The Big Issue vendor removed from Canal Walk after 8 years
The MD for the Big Issue Cape Town has confirmed that Mr Kobus Smith has been removed from entrance 1 of Canal Walk Centre.
CAPS is killing teachers passion - caller
CapeTalk caller says Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS) is not good for South Africa's education system.
We are sorry - Outsurance on Father's Day blunder
Insurance company Outsurance has apologised for a Fathers Day video that caused an outrage on social media.
Five people die on Western Cape's roads and 18 arrests for drunk driving
The Western Cape Provincial Traffic Kenny Africa gives an update on traffic violations over the long weekend period in WC.
Meet township business guru Ntsebenziswano "Benzi" November
Ntsebenziswano "Benzi" November founded Discover Ikasi an innovative idea helps township businesses.
10 youthful businesspeople who are leading SA (and changing the world)
The future looks bright when you consider how much these youthful movers and shakers have already achieved.
Brackenfell mom at wits end, says schools are chockablock
Michelle says she her preschooler's been turned away from more than 6 schools in her area for 2018 as they are filled to capacity.
Cape train hero Darryn August given free bus transport for mother's funeral
Darryn August's mother died of a heart attack last week and the family has been struggling to raise money to transport mourners.
Is secret recording between Panayiotou and middleman admissible in court?
Advocate Manny Witz analyses the legal implications of the video and says 'trapping' is admissible if the procedure was followed.
Pirate Bay liable for copyright infringement (and could be shut down)
A European court ruled that hosting platforms which share pirated videos are illegal, which may threaten closure for Pirate Bay.
WC Youth Hero changing the lives of the kids in Klein Akker
Our May Lead SA Youth Hero is Marné van der Merwe
Know your leave rights before calling in a sick day
Labour Lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright speaks to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about employees rights when it comes to sick leave.
Flash floods at Castle of Good Hope, first in a decade
CEO of the Castle says tunnel tours have been suspended for the month of June and July while conducting safety checks.
Zille: Comparing fire tragedies based on race is unfair
The town of Knysna and surrounding areas was severely damaged as a resulted of raging flames that destroyed many homes.
Struggling former athletics champ has cancer, says South Africa has failed him
Listen to cancer sufferer and former Team SA Olympic coach and Two Oceans Marathon winner Thulani Sibisi's heartbreaking story.
Master Class: All you need to know about stokvels
Andile Mazwai, CEO of Nasasa joined Azania Mosaka for a discussion on the roles of stokvels in South Africa.
Fisantekraal #CapeStorm victims get help from good Samaritans
The group has managed to fix about 500 shacks that were severely damaged by the storm that hit Cape Town last week.
What's all the hype about yoga? An economist-turned-instructor lists the perks
Yoga instructor and event organiser Joelle Sleebos explains that yoga is about listening to the mind and body through practice.