How to identify and assess the experience of a person/partner/service provider
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Aurik Business Accelerator’s Pavlo Phitidis for his weekly small business feature.
How to get out of your Retirement Annuity (RA)
RA not doing well? Perhaps its fees are too high? You don’t have to stick it out!
Should the elderly re-test for their drivers licence? That's unfair, says AA
Automobile Association spokesman Layton Beard says family members should talk to senior citizens about their driving skills.
Cape Town start up Yoco gets a boost from major Dutch tycoon
Yoco is one of two companies specifically chosen by a German business tycoon Willem Willemstein to receive funding this year.
Meet Isaac Mophatlane; provider of advanced communication tech
Bruce Whitfield interviews Isaac Mophatlane (Co-Founder and CEO of Business Connection) for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.
Boots for All:Helping young soccer players
Campaign hoping to get Cape Town's assistance in donations of soccer boots for kids in need
Quintessential Cape Town - Tsonga shoes
Managing director of Tsonga tells CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies how his father started an international acclaimed shoe company.
Thirsty cockroaches in search of water during WC drought
CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies speaks to insect conservation expert about the how lack of water is affecting insects.
Food and beverage industry gets sweetened deal with tax relief
National Treasury revised the proposed tax on sugary beverages after deliberations with health experts, industry representatives.
A notice of investigation served on Ford after consumer's complaints
National Consumer Commissioner says there are a number of issues that they will be looking at, not only those relating to Kuga.
How to have the most fun at Huawei KDay
Here are some handy tips and dos and don'ts for Huawei KDay!
WATCH: Capetonian kicks off shower bucket challenge
Local Gavin Thompson hopes that #capetownshowerbucketchallenge will inspire residents across the city to save and recycle water.
No more tree-felling in Tokai Forest, rules court
Local forum Parkspace has won the court case to stop the cutting of the trees in the forest until further community consultation.
How SA's unique offerings have helped boost the medical tourism industry
A range of affordable procedures, modern facilities, and highly-trained doctors attract scores of clients from across the world.
Struggles interracial couples still face
The Open Line took an unexpected turn when a caller in an interracial relationship shared how her father rejected her partner.
Why are we still having to justify eating meat?
Professor David Bilchards explains ethical meat eating is not reason enough to continue eating meat.
Not illegal for shops to publicly sell Tik lollies - researcher
The abuse of Tik is a huge problem in the Western Cape but shops selling the glass vessel used to smoke it are not in the wrong.
Spay Day helps stop the cycle of abuse and cruelty to animals - SPCA
World Spay Day highlights the importance of spaying to reduce the amount of unwanted and neglected animals.