#KfmCheatSheet - Tuesday 15 August 2017
These are some of the top stories that people will be talking about today!
Knysna Fire Report: Telltale signs of human activity at origin of fire
Knysna Chief Fire Officer Clinton Manuel says the findings of the report do not conclude the fire was set deliberately.
Former Bok opens up about the realities of adjusting to life after stardom
Former Springbok and Sarla CEO Stefan Terblanche provides insights into the journey of life post sports stardom.
WATCH: Cape schoolkids 'starstruck' after Trevor Noah, Charlize Theron drop by
Oaklands High principal Reza Patel says it was an extremely exciting experience for both the learners and staff. We can imagine!
Technobyte: Find out how your Insta pics may show you are depressed
A look at Huawei Smart Watch 2, a “smoke detector for noise” and whether your Instagram photos reveal you suffer from depression
Use water wisely through Drop Drop App
UCT Professor Ulrike Rivett says the app helps users track consumption as well as identifying water leaks.
Cold front to hit South Africa
Don’t pack away those winter woolies just yet as another cold front is set to hit the country bringing snow.
CoCT explains new electricity tariffs
Following residents concerns over new electricity tariffs and properties being re-evaluated, Johan van der Merwe provides clarity.
Caster Semenya wins 800m gold, claims third World Champs title
Gold medalist Caster Semenya won the 2017 final in London on Sunday night in a time of 1:55.16.
'They told me I would never be able to walk, but here I am dancing again'
Sportswear designer Christa Calitz recounts how she reclaimed her life after an accident that turned everything upside down.
Van Niekerk upset by Makwala claims of favouritism
25-year-old Wayde Van Niekerk claimed silver in the 200 metres in London on Thursday.
Shaheed Omar struck by a stray bullet - reports
It is reported that Omar was killed in an attempted hijacking. He will be laid to rest on Friday afternoon.
Plants have a body clock just like humans says The Naked Scientist
Every week The Naked Scientist offers listeners the opportunity to pick his brain on anything weird and quirky.
[Listen] Young SA film maker scoops international awards against all odds
Siphiwe Myeza-Mhlambi speaks to Africa Melane about his journey to becoming a successful film director at a young age.
Musicians to take centre stage at Indaba
The Presidential Task Team on Creative Industries will host an Indaba on Friday.