1. 22:00 - 00:00 Music Saves The Day: SA Royalty
  2. 01:00 - 05:00 The Best of the Cape

Ster-Kinekor takes heed of customers complaints about website woes

Ster-Kinekor takes heed of customers complaints about website woes

The cinema chain says changes for improved customer convenience and an overhaul of the sites point of sale system are underway.

Pizza lovers pick a side: Pineapple or no pineapple?

Pizza lovers pick a side: Pineapple or no pineapple?

What's your favourite pizza topping? Listeners have a heated debate about the classic Hawaiian, and other 'abominable' toppings.

The Entrepreneur who is fighting SA's unemployment

The Entrepreneur who is fighting SA's unemployment

The creator of SweepSouth joined Sechaba G for Movers & Shakers!

Humpback whales return to Saldanha Bay after 50 year hiatus

Humpback whales return to Saldanha Bay after 50 year hiatus

Scientists believe humpback whales have returned to the Cape West Coast as a result of migration and food sources.

Why moving homes can be a painful experience (and how to prepare yourself)

Why moving homes can be a painful experience (and how to prepare yourself)

Behavioural psychologist Dr Helgo Schomer talks about the loss and trauma experienced by relocating and how to manage the pain.

Live Your Best Life - Buying a Car

Live Your Best Life - Buying a Car

This week Sechaba G got all the info you need to make that perfect purchase!

Pocket money and when it’s enough: ‘Children are losing the feel of cash’

Pocket money and when it’s enough: ‘Children are losing the feel of cash’

Creative Parenting expert Nikki Bush speaks on the danger of parents obtaining debit and credit cards for their children.

A special message from Pags and the Postman

A special message from Pags and the Postman

Wasting water? This is who is coming for you!

Tech co iSelect creates jobs and brings R320m boost to WC

Tech co iSelect creates jobs and brings R320m boost to WC

The company which has expanded into Cape Town will bring a R320 million boost to the Western Cape economy.

How about you DryBath instead of taking a shower?

How about you DryBath instead of taking a shower?

The City of Cape Town has declared a water crisis following a concerning drop in the City's dam water levels.

South Africans (other than Trevor Noah) who've made Time Magazine's radar

South Africans (other than Trevor Noah) who've made Time Magazine's radar

Noah may be the only South African to make it onto the cover of Time twice in five months but which other locals cracked the nod?

Cape's big brains to dive into water crisis with hackathon

Cape's big brains to dive into water crisis with hackathon

Social entrepreneurs with all kinds of ingenuity will collaborate on finding practical solutions to Cape Town's water crisis.

Huawei KDay happy couple to tie the knot

Huawei KDay happy couple to tie the knot

Kyle surprised his girlfriend Paula during Huawei KDay by popping the question and proposing to her.

UCT appeals to Cape community to thwart student housing crisis

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

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 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

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

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.