Why organisers chose Constitution Hill for the AfroPunk festival
Our values align with the South African Constitution, says founder of Afropunk Jocelyn Cooper.
Christmas gift picks for the avid reader in your life
Book Lounge owner Mervyn Sloman suggests three Christmas gifts to impress the book lover close to your heart.
6 SA female game-changers win Techwomen program in Silicon Valley
The Techwomen initiative founded in the US, saw the South African team win 3000 US Dollars for their proposed project.
Nando's viral ad gives South Africans all the feels
The one-minute clip reminds us that South Africans are capable of overcoming anything, together.
Got bad allergies, eczema or asthma? Your eating habits may be partly to blame
Allergy expert Professor Mike Levin says hayfever, asthma, eczema, food allergies and anaphylaxis are most common in SA.
France exploring ways to assist City of Cape Town with water crisis
Xanthea Limberg says no formal agreement has been reached but it looks forward to talks and learning more from France.
Live your best life! A summer holiday guide with something for everyone
From advice on the perfect gifts, to ideas on how to spend your summer days: this guide helps you make the most of your holidays.
Installing water meters for individual units in sectional titles a way to go
Property attorney says installing water meters will compel unit owners or tenants to comply to water restrictions.
Visually impaired SAPS worker beats the odds to achieve his dreams
Ordette Danse is among the Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s class of 2017.
New policy to ensure rail passenger safety near completion
CapeTalk's John Maytham speaks to Railway Safety Regulator about how railway safety can be improved to avoid disruptions.
Words you will hear today: How much does one meandos cost?
Jonathan Fairbairn (Khabazela) pokes fun at the legal fees President Jacob Zuma now faces.
Learn how to code, for free! Meet WeThinkCode_’s Arlene Mulder...
Interested in attending a free, two-year course in computer programming? Bruce Whitfield interviews the cofounder of WeThinkCode_.
A dark Christmas for commuters taking the Golden Arrow bus
‘The transport sales providers tend to take advantage of festive season times and increase prices to make a profit' - Dalton Ndongeni
Find the best brownies and crêpes in town
Arbour Café is a neighbourhood gem in Birdhaven, Johannesburg that has been around for almost three years.
These are the most Googled topics in SA this year
Google has released its annual list of top search trends based on searches that had a high spike in traffic in 2017.
Outrage over censoring African cultural images on Google and Facebook
Google and Facebook are insulting African women by deeming content pornographic and removing it, says Lazi Dlamini of TV Yabantu.
Check the T&Cs before booking your wedding supplier, warns Wendy Knowler
Consumer journo Wendy Knowler says there must always be a detailed contract in place between bridal couples and wedding vendors.
Kids get to explore the Adventures of Oaky in audio this holiday
Lead SA and Read to Rise present a specially produced audio version of the popular Oaky book series for the holidays.