1. 00:00 - 04:00 Julia Joubert
  2. 04:00 - 06:00 Jessica Da Silva

Let's hope that this isn't the "Fate of the Furious"

Let's hope that this isn't the "Fate of the Furious"

We're glad that the Fast and the Furious franchise isn't ending with this one!

Young slam poets paint an uplifting picture with their spoken word

Young slam poets paint an uplifting picture with their spoken word

Four young wordsmiths from the SA poetry house 'Current State Of Poetry' gave presenter Eusebius McKaiser a lesson in slam poetry.

Polo invitational in Paarl a first of its kind

Polo invitational in Paarl a first of its kind

Sponsorship manager for the ISPS Handa Foundation elaborates on what could be expected at their inaugural event this weekend.

Report shows investment in Cape Town is paying off

Report shows investment in Cape Town is paying off

Chair of Central City Improvement District says the report shows that time and money spent on improving Cape Town was well spent

Looking for a dev job? Need a developer? OfferZen brings you together!

Looking for a dev job? Need a developer? OfferZen brings you together!

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews OfferZen cofounder Malan Joubert.

What's the biggest lie you've ever told?

What's the biggest lie you've ever told?

Some lies are necessary, but have you ever told a lie to impress someone - and then been caught?!

Meet Captain Inger Klein, the female captain behind Queen Elizabeth ship's wheel

Meet Captain Inger Klein, the female captain behind Queen Elizabeth ship's wheel

Captain Inger Klein Thorhauge is the first female ship captain to work for Cunard and shares her experiences with Pippa Hudson.

[LISTEN] The Virtual Reality movement in SA: Being present

[LISTEN] The Virtual Reality movement in SA: Being present

Tyrone Rubin is the founder of SenseVirtual and Virtual Reality South Africa community. He chats to Azania Mosaka.

Cunard's Queen Elizabeth ocean liner pays homage to heyday of cruising

Cunard's Queen Elizabeth ocean liner pays homage to heyday of cruising

CapeTalk's Pippa Hudson spent the day on board the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship to learn about its history and inspiration.

Cape's tourism economy cashes in during cruise season

Cape's tourism economy cashes in during cruise season

Cruise liners are a very significant part of the Cape Town's tourism economy, explains Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde.

Graffiti spotted on Cape Town's trains

Graffiti spotted on Cape Town's trains

We found some...art...on the city's carriages

City to create Madiba Legacy Route worth R3.5 million

City to create Madiba Legacy Route worth R3.5 million

Minister of Economic Opportunities, Alan Winde, denied reports that the R3.5 million budget is only for the erection of a statue.

Weak currency sees increase in tourists coming to SA

Weak currency sees increase in tourists coming to SA

Fedhasa says South Africa is a preferred destination for tourists for many reasons.

"It's been a crazy 5 years"

"It's been a crazy 5 years"

Chad le Clos met up with the KFM Breakfast team to talk about life in Cape Town

City of Cape Town ratepayers to face new tariff increases

City of Cape Town ratepayers to face new tariff increases

The free 6Kl of water per month will no longer apply to ratepayers owning property valued at R400 000.

Do you have an idea that could change your city? Enter the Ideas World Cup today

Do you have an idea that could change your city? Enter the Ideas World Cup today

Ideas World Cup is the first worldwide ideas competition.

Winter blues got you down? What you must know about Seasonal Affective Disorder

Winter blues got you down? What you must know about Seasonal Affective Disorder

Don't brush off that yearly feeling or a seasonal funk. Here's how to help keep your mood and motivation up throughout the year.

The beauty of Green Point Park

The beauty of Green Point Park

We love having Africa's biggest Eco-Park just around the corner!