City of Cape Town relaxes water restrictions to Level 5
Alderman Ian Neilson says the City couldn't wait any longer for DWS to respond but took it upon itself to relax the restrictions.
SPOTTED: Crop circles in the canola fields of Caledon
A Kfm listener sent in pics of crop circles as spotted in Caledon.
Why the vitamin IV drip isn't a great idea for 'boosting energy'
A dietitian warns that the IV drips pose risks for bacterial infections, toxication, kidney stones and other medical consequences.
[WATCH] The Soil debuts their new single on #702Unplugged
Acapella group, The Soil have just returned from their East African tour, with a new music offering.
These are the most attractive countries for working overseas
If you had to move abroad for work, where would you most like to go?
Snow predicted for parts of WC,EC; heavy rainfall for Gauteng
The wet conditions are expected to continue until Saturday with clear skies predicted for Sunday.
The 'Strange Addictions' of Kfm listeners
Darren started watching an American TV show called "Strange Addictions" where seemingly normal people are addicted to eating strange things.
[WATCH] No, the baby shark song is not annoying
Khabazela shares some of the most popular tweets, posts, and videos on 'What's gone viral'.
How to keep your wealth from waning during a recession
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Galileo Capital Personal Financial Advisor Warren Ingram.
UWC astronomy prof bags global award for inspiring youth to reach for stars
Professor Carolina Ödman has been acknowledged for her pioneering work in astronomy outreach, development and education.
Die Antwoord to Eminem: Ninja & Yo-landi strike back
South African rap duo Die Antwoord has a message for Eminem after he dissed them in a new track.
Gender pay parity declared for surfers from 2019 (Finally, says Surfing SA!)
Surfing SA says the move by The World Surf League to offer gender pay parity from 2019 will open doors for female surfers.
13 child snatching incidents reported since August - WCED
The department plans to meet with police officials to determine whether there is a link in the recent spate of learner abductions.
Why snuff is more addictive than cigarettes and harder to give up
The tobacco which is often chewed or sniffed through the nose, can cause serious illnesses including cancer.
Is there a plan to get the country out of the recession?
Daniel Silke says there isn't any clarity coming from the ruling party in terms of how the country can get out of the recession.
[LISTEN] Carl Wastie shares his thoughts on Craig Lucas's moving open letter
The Flash Drive's Carl Wastie shares his thoughts on Craig Lucas's deeply moving coming out open letter.
Revolutionary surgery gives Jozi girl (3) hope of keeping eyesight
Last January, Mahira Khan was diagnosed with retinoblastoma. It’s a form of cancer in the retina of the eye. But following treatment in Cape Town, this could all change.