Meet the 27 year-old who has a doctorate in biltong making
Maxine Jones has been dubbed South Africa's 'Dr Biltong' after graduating in food science from Stellenbosch University.
UCT students kickstart private tutoring service to help high school kids
Two final year Chem-Eng students started tutoring for extra cash and then decided to develop their own agency, Academic Medic.
Zoe Brown gets ready for the Cape Town Carnival
What will the lovely Zoe be wearing on the KFM float this Saturday?
Don't be weight conscious, be health conscious, says popular Aussie nutrionist
The number on the scale or calories in your food won't determine your self-worth, relates nutritionist and blogger Jessica Sepel.
Don't dismiss the impact money has on your romantic relationship
Recent research has suggested that money has beaten annoying habits as the number one reason couples divorce
Are wigs the new black? Azania Mosaka gives the lowdown on this fashion trend
Azania wore a wig to work and turned heads. Here are some pointers on how to wear your wig with flare.
Opinion: How much is a story worth? The light of Imizamo Yethu
KFM's Terence Mentor shares his experience of the aftermath of the Imizamo Yethu informal Settlement after the fire ravaged all.
City halts shack rebuild to reblock Imizamo Yethu over coming months
The City hopes to go ahead with a resettlement plan, which may take up to three months, while displaced residents remain homeless.
South Africa wishes struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada a speedy recovery
South Africa continue to keep Ahmed Kathrada in their thoughts as he recovers from minor brain surgery.
IJR flags importance of holding watchdog institutions accountable
Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) takes over the LeadSA Twitter handle as part of Living the Constitution campaign.
[WATCH] Communities working together in the aftermath of Imizamo Yethu fire
CapeTalk’s Abongile Nzelenzele visited the Mandela Park informal settlement on Tuesday after the devastating Hout Bay fire.
Speedy Tap-N-Go 'pinless' card may hike transaction limit
No security concerns have been reported with the cashless payment system that requires no pin says Payments Association of SA.
SA ranked 2nd most entrepreneurial nation in Africa
Research by Global Entrepreneurship and Development Institute ranks SA 55th out of 137 countries (ahead of Russia, Brazil, China).
A look into the creative process of prolific Jack Reacher author
Author Andy Martin shares insights from his experience observing Lee Child and his creative writing process.
Affordable Wheelworx puts a new spin on old mags and tyres
Wheelworx is a family-run business which refurbishes wheels and repairs tyres for a good price and with great service.
Stay-at-home moms can be feminists too (and other powerful insights)
Working moms are not 'better' than stay-at-home moms. Both have to make tough choices, says writer and mother Kim Norwood-Young.
Does technology capable of transferring knowledge to your brain really exist?
While it may be possible in the future, Professor Girish Modi thinks the claims are a bit exaggerated.
[WATCH] Jhb cop's slick dance moves bring a smile to morning traffic goers
Johannesburg Metro Police officer was listening to a song through headphones while directing the traffic and having loads of fun.