CT cosmologist spots bright object in outer space (you'll laugh at what it was!)
Local cosmology professor, Peter Dunsby, was going about his business, taking snaps of the night sky, when he made a discovery...
'It's not enough to just do the job' - Employee retention 101
Recruitment guru Zanele Luvuno says that employees need to go the extra mile to set themselves apart and be indispensable.
CT water consumption rises again
Usage has increased by 54 million litres a day from last week's record low of 511 million litres per day.
Over 29 million WhatsApp messages sent in 60 seconds on average in 2017
A lot happens on the internet in 60 seconds. Here we look at the staggering number of messages, pictures and emails shared across the web and social media every minute.
Car deal extras - what they can and can’t add to your finance contract
Know your rights. Consumer watchdog Wendy Knowler shares empowering information about car dealerships and their financing deals.
Dali Mpofu labelled 'Advocate of the people' after Rabada outcome
Advocate Dali Mpofu receives praises after he represented Kagiso Rabada in his appeal against the ICC's decision to suspend him.
CT to host prelude to International Jazz Festival on Tuesday night
British jazz band Incognito as well as local artists including The Soil, Alistair Izobell and Claire Phillips will be part of the line-up on Tuesday night.
SA's most liveable city - and it's not Joburg or Cape Town
Mercer has released its 20th Quality of Living survey, ranking the world's cities based on how liveable they are.
Arno Carstens to rock the stage at Vergenoegd
Pippa Hudson chats to rock musician Arno Carstens about his music career and what fans can expect from his forthcoming show.
What happens when Darren can't see a prank all the way through because he can't help but laugh?
Buying or selling online? You'll want to read this first
Head of Marketing at Gumtree shares tips on how to avoid being scammed when buying or selling items online.
Tiger Brands appeals to consumers to return all Enterprise processed meats
Tiger Brands says it’s now temporarily closed its Pretoria abattoir and is awaiting the results of genome tests which will determine the strain of the bacteria.
Our favourite moments from the Cape Town Carnival 2018
If you wanted to see amazing dancers, hear awesome music, and see fantastic floats, then the Cape Town Carnival was the place to be this past Saturday.
Cape teen survives after being stabbed multiple times outside school
The South African Police Service says an assault with intention to cause grievous bodily harm has been opened.
Virgin Active reports 61% drop in municipal water use over two years
Virgin Active will soon roll out grey water systems across all its clubs. This is expected to further drop municipal consumption.
Tiger Brands closes Pretoria factory after listeria detected
The company announced the temporary closure of its Pretoria factory on Monday just weeks after suspending operations at its Polokwane and Germiston operations.
Safety tips when buying from online classifieds
Last week, a Cape Town man was robbed of R17,000 after meeting with someone who posed as a buyer on Gumtree.
Fact Check: How many litres does it take to produce one litre of bottled water?
Africa Check interrogates how much water goes into producing a 1 litre bottle.