Invasive alien vegetation a major threat to Cape dam levels - scientist
Alien trees currently reduce water supply to dams by over 100 megalitres per day, says biodiversity scientist Jasper Slingsby.
Icasa says it's up to the NCC to decide on data rollover rules
The cellphone industry may have to allow subscribers to make use of pre-paid data for up to three years, explains Wendy Knowler.
'Owning a Pit Bull should be regulated'
Following the death of a KZN man by a Pit Bull, the Pit Bull Federation of South Africa's Lins Rautenbach speaks about the breed.
Sandile Mantsoe guilty of Karabo Mokoena's murder
Sandile Mantsoe is accused of killing his 22-year-old girlfriend Karabo Mokoena last year, burning her body and dumping it in a veld in Lyndhurst.
Why a diverse workplace matters
Recruitment guru Frances Kazan says diversity has the ability to boost an organisation's customer satisfaction and bottom line.
[LISTEN] Eating disorders...men have them too
Understanding the dangers of 'manorexia' - when food and gymming obsessions and the 'perfect' body take over your life.
Rand strengthens slightly, continues to trade at 5-month low
Rand Merchant Bank’s Jan Sluis-Cremer says expectation of higher interest rates in the US fuelled the dollar strength.
Thabazimbi wildlife park owner survives lion attack incident
Mike Hodge, 67, suffered neck and jaw injuries in the attack at the Marakele Animal Sanctuary in Thabazimbi.
Pros and cons of buying vs leasing a car
Car experts weigh in on how people's preferences and circumstances can impact the decision but be careful to read the fine print.
If you live in a big city you already smoke every day
Scientists at Berkeley Earth have taken air pollution levels of major cities and compared them to the effects of smoking.
[LISTEN] Pearl Thusi: 'As Africans we have AMAZING stories of our own to tell'
CapeTalk's Sara-Jayne King sits down with actress Pearl Thusi to talk Hollywood, hair and the SA film industry.
'Icebergs are the solution to Cape Town's water crisis' - Nick Sloane
Darren spoke to marine salvage expert, Nick Sloane, about his idea of towing an iceberg to Cape Town.
Women dominate tourism sector employment
50 and 70% of employees in the travel and tourism industry are female.
CT resident fights to have R50,000 water bill scrapped
De Tijger resident Winifred Archillies says that leaks on their property have gone undetected by a faulty WMD that was installed last year, and this has led to a high water bill.
SA’s Gerhard de Beer joins NFL's Buffalo Bills
De Beer is a Pretoria born and raised athlete, who’s been in Arizona for six years now, having completed his degree at the University of Arizona in 2017.
Western Cape entrepreneurial funding fair kicks off to promote small businesses
Western Cape MEC for Economic Opportunities Alan Winde says the fair aims to bring business and government stakeholders together.
Tina Fey's 'Mean Girls' receives 12 Tony Award nominations
The 'Mean Girls' musical - which is based on the popular 2004 film of the same name - has received 12 nominations for the 2018 Tony Awards.
UCT engineers design life-changing device for kids and elderly asthma sufferers
Masters student Giancarlo Beukes says the device makes it easier for children and the elderly to use their standard asthma pump.