Corporates launch car pooling App to beat Cape Town traffic
The benefits of downloading UGoMyWay App means saving time and money on your daily commute to work in Cape Town.
LISTEN: De Lille on when water offenders names will be released
Breakfast host Kieno Kammies said he was happy to release the names of water guzzlers in the City.
Ford issues an olive branch to Kuga owners
US auto-maker is covering Kuga owners for a 6 year or 200 000km warranty (whichever comes first) through its Extended Care Plan.
Criminal charges laid against culprit of Stellies rooster assault
Police are probing a complaint about a man who tossed a rooster around and forced it to smoke a cigarette at a Stellenbosch party.
Jay Z soon to join songwriters Hall of Fame
MD and Producer at Culprit Entertainment says Jay Z is the most qualifying person to be in the Hall of Fame for songwriters.
NASA discovers 7 Earth-like planets
Astronomer William Hollenbach says a form of life could have developed in these newly discovered Earth-sized planets.
'Engrish' never loved us: 30 words listeners struggle to pronounce
Worcestershire or "Wooster" sauce? The Queen's language can be over-rated and hard to get right! Listeners chuckle at themselves.
5 most important ways Budget 2017 will tighten your belt for you
The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Personal Finance Journalist Maya Fischer-French.
Should job ads include potential salary pay? It's a tough one for our listeners
Should possible employers disclose salary ranges when publishing job posts and vacancies? Callers share their diverse opinions.
6 ways to spot a 'Ben 10' (and the power they apparently wield)
Listeners share their insights on how to identify a Ben 10 and describe the relationship dynamics the saucy love affair entails.
#StandUp for education, meals and smiles
Chris Bertish, the famous big wave surfer is on a campaign to raise R20 million for 3 charities and it launches today.
What actually goes into the cost of a plumbing call out?
Due to the high costs of plumbing services, CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies speaks to the Institute of Plumbing South Africa.
Student-led Stellies group educating about gender, rape culture, sexual identity
A movement of student and staff from Stellenbosch University campus is schooling peers on rape culture and building a safer space.
Make it rain and you could win 10 Huawei KDay Tickets!
Can you do a better rain dance than the KFM team?
Why laughter is good for mental health
A sense of humour is key to a balanced life and good mental health. Dr. Schomer talks about the liberating effect of laughter.
The benefits (or dangers) of eating once a day
Dietitian lambasts author of book punting one meal a day, but trained vet remains firm that humans historically ate like this.
Money makes the world go 'round (but sex makes it spin!)
Bruce Whitfield interviews "Dr Eve" Wasserman about her attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc).