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Do you have WhatsApp group rules?

Do you have WhatsApp group rules?

Are you the gatekeeper of activity that goes on in your WhatsApp group? The Breakfast Club chatted about the implications of breaking the laws of chat groups.

[LISTEN] Sara-Jayne King overjoyed at finding her biological father

[LISTEN] Sara-Jayne King overjoyed at finding her biological father

After a 702/ CapeTalk interview, the author of the autobiographical book Killing Karoline spoke to her dad for the first time.

How body-shaming shapes your self-image

How body-shaming shapes your self-image

Your body is your home for the rest of your life. Why direct hate and self-loathing towards it? A conversation on body-shaming.

How December's Lead SA Hero is helping students in need

How December's Lead SA Hero is helping students in need

Lead SA Hero Jessica Lerm started a Facebook page for UWC students to help those in need and here's how she did it.

Massive winds tear through the Vaal Marina

Massive winds tear through the Vaal Marina

A massive storm hit the Vaal Marina area on Monday the 12th of December 2017.

Should Bitcoin be regulated?

Should Bitcoin be regulated?

CapeTalk's John Maytham speaks to Nicolene Schoeman-Louw about the Bitcoin currency which is currently uncontrolled.

Opinion: On the business of prophets

Opinion: On the business of prophets

A journalist has been found in contempt of court for commenting on a pastor's Rolls Royce. Stephen Grootes weighs in.

Metrorail disruptions are taxing on business - Cape Chamber of Commerce

Metrorail disruptions are taxing on business - Cape Chamber of Commerce

President of Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Janine Myburgh says the loss equates to millions of Rands.

WC drought hits wine production

WC drought hits wine production

The drought is drying up the vines, which means that a smaller harvest is expected next year.

Words you will hear today: Sundowns

Words you will hear today: Sundowns

According to The Star, soccer boots, jerseys, tracksuits, socks and balls were stolen from the team's Chloorkop base.

 Metrorail services on CT's central line remain suspended

Metrorail services on CT's central line remain suspended

Metrorail put the brakes on services on the busy route, due to ongoing cable theft and vandalism.

Tornado hits Vaal Marina, dozens hurt

Tornado hits Vaal Marina, dozens hurt

Midvaal Mayor Bongani Baloyi says two help centres have already been set-up to assist those who have lost everything.

How do you have sex in space? John Maytham on his new book ‘Rapid Fire’…

How do you have sex in space? John Maytham on his new book ‘Rapid Fire’…

Bruce Whitfield interviews famed CapeTalk presenter John Maytham about his new book "Rapid Fire: Remarkable Miscellany".

[LISTEN] How to prepare for emergencies during holidays

[LISTEN] How to prepare for emergencies during holidays

Emergency medical doctor Charl van Loggerenberg says it is imperative that every household has a quick response plan in place in case of an emergency during the holidays.

3 JSE shares you should consider buying right now (by JM Busha Investment Group)

3 JSE shares you should consider buying right now (by JM Busha Investment Group)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews JM Busha Investment Group Managing Director Joseph Busha.

Number of South Africans visiting the seaside has dropped

Number of South Africans visiting the seaside has dropped

Fedhasa's CEO is encouraging South Africans to take a look at the specials that are currently out there and make their bookings.

Meet Owam Amey, the promising young dancer who needs your help getting to LA

Meet Owam Amey, the promising young dancer who needs your help getting to LA

Talented, 11-year-old Owam Amey has been accepted to attend a summer dance programme in Los Angeles next year. Here's how to help.

14 South Africans make 2017 list of Africa's most influential people

14 South Africans make 2017 list of Africa's most influential people

New African Magazine released their list of the Top 100 Most Influential Africans of 2017 -- and 14 South Africans were included.