How to protect your computers from viruses, worms and more
Azania Mosaka spoke to Craig Rosewarne, Managing director at Wolfpack Information Risk.
Dine With Khayelitsha - 'A Purposefully Awesome Experience in the Township'
Dine With Khayelitsha is an platform that bridges the gap between townships and cities, showcasing township food and hospitality.
What you can expect at this year's Cannes Film Festival
Is the festival keeping up with changes in the film industry like the advent of Netflix as a player?
[LISTEN] Jazz as ever-changing social consciousness
Eusebius McKiaser speaks to jazz enthusiast and author of Yakhal'inkomo: Portrait of a Jazz Classic, Percy Mabandu.
Is the craft market overtaking shopping mall culture?
Kieno Kammies holds an interesting discussion about mall culture fading.
Nathalie Emmanuel from GoT and Fast 8 in studio!
The amazingly talented actress joined the KFM Breakfast team this morning!
Robotics night out to inspire young minds
On Friday night, learners will be given an opportunity to explore the world of robotics organised by Appshed and Sakhikamva.
Keeping your garden green in the midst of drought
Nurseryman at Fridhem Farms gives advise on how plants can be kept alive during stringent water restrictions.
How would you react to winning two Backstage VIP experiences to Justin Bieber?
It's a prize worth R10 000, but Ammaara's reaction was priceless!
Relieved dad thanks everyone for their help, son home safe
The 10-years-old who went missing from Snap Autistic Acadamy in Raapkraal road, Kirstenhof, has been found.
Don't break-up with someone via text message - psychologist
Psychologist Cathy Angus discusses with Azania Mosaka mediums which are appropriate or inappropriate methods of communication.
5 for change host their sixth annual charitable gala
Returning to Cape Town City Hall on 15 July 2017, 5 For Change is gearing up for an evening of fun with a purpose of giving back for the annual black tie gala event.
Cross Cape cyclists discover dorpies and hidden gems along the way
The Cross Cape cycle kicked off last week from Plettenberg Bay as riders explore tiny towns and attractions off the beaten track.
Editors Add their Voice to Campaign Aimed at Encouraging Reading
Nal'ibali's #CatchMeReading drive is on this week and Times editors' are sharing their sentiments to drive a culture of reading.
Money Matters: How to make a million
Author and financial planner Sylvia Walker tells us how to do it.
Consumer group wants TV licences scrapped
Consumer lobby group Sancu says consumers are becoming extremely despondent due to government entities such as the SABC.