City of Cape Town: ‘Day zero’ term was never used as scare tactic
Following the government’s announcement to declare the drought a national disaster, the City of Cape Town has outlined facts and myths around day zero.
[LISTEN] Drowning in debt? Support group offers help to overcome money worries
Debtors Anonymous was set up to support people who are having difficulties around money.
[LISTEN] 'Unmarried' star Stuurman opens up about love and life
Renate Stuurman is currently starring in 1Magic's new drama series 'Unmarried'.
[WATCH] Home Affairs employee too busy on her phone to care
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba responds to a viral video of employee on her phone when she should be working.
[LISTEN] 'I was blackmailed by teacher over nude photos'
Laura phoned the Eusebius McKaiser show to share how she had been blackmailed by a male teacher.
'Life would be tragic if it weren't funny' - Stephen Hawking
Hawking made science accessible to many people.
[LISTEN] Uncle of boy who drowned at Imizamo Yethu pool tells of tragedy
Two boys, aged three and four years, drowned on March 1 at an unused pool on school property.
Your Facebook posts could be censored under new Bill
The Film and Publications Board could be given the powers to regulate all online content.
British scientist Stephen Hawking dies aged 76
The physicist sought to answer some of life's most complex questions in his work.
How the presence of cameras changes human behavior
Prof Gerard Labuschagne chats to Stephen Grootes about instances where people are mindful of the fact that they're being watched.
Heat map of Cape Town hiking attacks
A spate of hiking related attacks have taken place in CT in the past 12 months. Over 80 people have been attacked in the last year. These areas have been identified as hot spots.
'It's horrific! Houses are red, roads are red, grass is red, everything is red'
Red Dust Action Group's Wilhem Herbst says the way Trannset handles iron ore exports is causing red dust pollution in Saldanha.
[WATCH] Married, but not to each other
Comedians Tumi Morake and Ndumiso Lindi talk about their new show at the Lyric Theatre, Gold Reef City on 14 April.
Miss South Africa involved in minor car accident
Miss South Africa, Adè van Heerden sustained minor injuries following a car accident in Johannesburg.
JP and Sue Duminy are expecting baby number two
SA cricketer JP Duminy and his wife Sue Duminy are expecting their second child together.
SA Guild of Motoring Journalists set to announce the Wesbank Car Of The Year
26 jury members got the opportunity to test drive the competing vehicles.
John Legend compliments the Stellenbosch University Choir
The American singer-songwriter applauded the choir for their reenactment of his hit song 'All Of Me' calling it beautiful.