UCT appeals to Cape community to thwart student housing crisis
Accommodation issues at Cape universities have flared up again, and UCT has appealed to home owners and land lords to lend a hand.
Stage diver takes a brave leap at Huawei KDay
Huawei KDay reveller Phillip took a bold leap of faith and dived into the 15 000 strong crowd and fell on his face.
Sobriety advocate Janet Gourand pens moving letter on living without alcohol
Sobriety advocate Janet Gourand wrote a touching goodbye letter to alcohol and shared it on air, along with advice on staying dry.
Understanding coloured identity through a decolonised lens
People are made up of different social identities. Eusebius McKaiser hosts a panel to break down what it means to be coloured.
UCT's urgent appeal to property owners to offer affordable student digs
University says 6 700 students have been assisted with accommodation but a a number are still in need of affordable rentals.
What is the more practical approach to the WC water crisis?
Motivational speaker, scenario planner and futurologist Clem Sunter’s gives his insights on the matter.
UK dad who created prosthetic arm for son plans to reach more children
Ben Ryan's son, Sol, was born in 2015 with a blood clot in his left arm resulting in a below-elbow amputation.
World Naked Bike Ride comes to Cape Town
Cyclists will take to the street either starkers or partially naked to protest the increased use of cars around the world.
LISTEN: Oliphant refuses to speak English and CPS reaches deal with Sassa
Cash Paymaster Services says it has reached an agreement with Sassa, and social grants will be paid beginning of April.
Some of our favourite performances from Huawei KDay
Who was you top artist on biggest day of music in the Cape?
The world's biggest Rain Dance
What do you do when you are one of 15 000 who desperately want some rain?
2017 #HuaweiKDay kicks off at Meerendal Wine Estate
Don't miss any minute of the #HuaweiKDay currently underway.
Schools need to register needy kids on WCED scholar transport, says Paddy Atwell
The WC Education Department offers free scholar transport to poor children who attend schools at least 5kms away from their homes.
Nal'ibali reads aloud to more than half a million children
The Nal’ibali reading-for-enjoyment campaign has broken its World Read Aloud Day (WRAD) record for the third year in succession
Going the distance: Dr Eve busts myths about male ejaculation
Dr Eve explains that vaginal sex is not the only way to orgasm or achieve pleasure and unpacks trends around male ejaculation.
Why women suffer memory loss after pregnancy, Naked Scientist explains
There is evidence that brain remodels when a woman has had a baby. Dr Chris Smith explains how 'baby brain' happens.
The quickest winners of Huawei KDay tickets
They watched the Facebook Live videos, and found the foam fingers!