Eek! Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille goes door-to-door to scold water-wasters
Water wasters, beware! The Cape Town Mayor has had enough of you. And she’ll tell you in your face…
Working from home leads to stress, sleeping problems- study
A new United Nations study in 15 countries has revealed that working from home may have a negative impact on your health.
Waves for Change scoops honour at the Laureus World Sports Awards
Founder of organisation that brings surfing to underprivileged kids describes the excitement of winning this prestigious award.
Stellies revised admissions policy tackles transformation
CapeTalk's Pippa Hudson speaks to Dr Christelle Feyt about what the adopted transformation policy will entail.
Cyclone Dineo loses momentum before crossing SA's borders
The latest reports by SA Weather Service is that cyclone Dineo has lost momentum but is expected to hit SA later today.
Taxify to take advantage of Uber's "shortfalls"
Founder and CEO of Taxify, Markus Villig, is in the country to improve his company's offering.
Travel tips from a Danish vagabond who's trekked the world
Many folks only dream of travelling the world. Henrik Jeppesen made it a reality, all before he turned 28. Here's how you can too.
Beautiful sights that make us proud to live in Cape Town
Alan Rudnicki has been around Cape Town taking amazing pics!
How to keep abalone out of poachers hands and in the sea
Marine experts discuss ways in which poaching of abalone can be avoided as oceans continue to be plundered.
How tech is threatening banks in South Africa (and changing money, forever)
Financial institutions, adapt or die! Rand Merchant Investments’ Dominique Collett discusses 2017's major "fintech" developments.
Dam levels drop to 36, 2% this past week and water use increases #Waterwatch
From 13th of February 2017, dam levels have dropped to 36, 2%, which is 1, 2% down from a week ago. Listen to the latest update.
Experts match South African couples to get 'Married at First Sight'
Would you marry a complete stranger? Six young South Africans have participated in a blind arranged marriage for reality TV.
Adventurer Braam Malherbe and rowing mate have faced rough seas and close shaves
It hasn't been smooth sailing for Braam Malherbe and Wayne Roberston, rowing in the Cape to Rio in the middle of the Atlantic.
Get in the mood with the ultimate Old School Sundays playlist
Make it a memorable Valentine's Day with Brandon Leigh's romantic old school set!
Trevor Noah wins big at the NAACP Image Awards
Noah's moving autobiographical book ‘Born a Crime’ received numerous kudos in the United States of America.
How to repair a broken friendship
A break-up between friends can cause major chest pains. Dr Schomer talks about the taxing juncture in life when a friendship ends.
Is unconditional love cheesy or achievable? Callers reflect
Presenter Eusebius Mckaiser gets philosophical on Valentine's Day and asks listeners if romantic love should be unconditional.
The thing that stands in your way is the very means to your success
Ian Mann of Gateways Business Consultants reviews “The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph” by Ryan Holiday.