Connell Cruise, the humble, hard worker
The musician chatted the KFM Breakfast team about how to make it overseas
Anglican church responds to complaints about Black River cemetery
This follows a petition by residents against the exhumation of the remains of 2 500 people buried at this Athlone cemetery.
Here's what students are spending their money on
CEO of Student Village, Ronen Aires, shares some of the trends on campuses and how students spend their money.
Becoming a solo wanderer
Backpacking alone isn't as bad as you may think says Anje Rautenbach, travel Writer and blogger, Going Somewhere Slowly.
Advertising a possible contributor to road carnage (or not)
Cape Talker listener believes advertisers and manufacturers contribute to road carnage and a marketing analyst responds.
Tips on how and where to travel this winter
Travel writer and blogger Anje Rautenbach shares local travel destinations for winter, often with competitive off-peak prices.
SANParks re-routes emergency response for Table Mountain users
Table Mountain National Park has been added to the 107 emergency centre in order streamline services and improve response times.
Freshly Ground's new track sends strong political message
Freshly Ground launches new "Banana Republic" song on Freedom Day.
Music streaming is the way to go (the CD is dying) - music blogger
Blogger Simon Hodgson responds to reports that revenue from music streaming in SA has increased by 334.2% over the past year.
South Africa's economy is sick. How to keep whatever wealth you have intact...
All is not well with the economy. We live in crazy times. Here’s how to protect your investments and finances…
Meet Dr Sherylle Calder, most successful person in sport you’ve never heard of
Few sports fans know her name, yet they probably have her to thank for the Springboks’ World Cup victory in 2007.
Oldest apple tree found on Table Mountain
Tru-Cape's varietal expert, Buks Nel unpacks the history of the oldest apple tree located on Table Mountain.
How to make money out of music has changed (you need to get creative)
CD sales are falling and musicians need to explore other ways of making money online says The Music Guru Sean Brokensha.
Dr Maxine Jones - Expert in biltong
Rob spoke to Dr Jones as she was waiting to enter her graduation ceremony about her PhD subject - biltong!
Cassini probe snaps photos of Saturn as 20 year mission readies for the end
Twenty years after its launch marks the end of its voyage as the world awaited the images that are being received from the probe.
Why you should rethink your reservations about horror fiction books
Broadcaster and arts journo Karabo Kgoleng explores elements of horror fiction and why the genre has a powerful impact on readers.
Listen: Why desalination plants may be viable, efficient and cost effective
GrahamTek's Tom Callaghan has a fresh take on why converting sea water can be done productively and cost effectively.