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What in the megawatt? Stellies prof breaks down some of Eskom's 'energy jargon'

Breakfast host Refilwe Moloto chats to Professor Thinus Booysen from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Stellenbosch University.

Gas poisoning can be deadly. Here's how to keep your family safe this winter

Abongile Nzelenzele chats to Dr. Cindy Stephen from the Red Cross Children's Hospital's Poisons Information Centre.

Here's how to check your load shedding schedule in Cape Town

Schedules and load shedding status for your area.

[ARCHIVES] Jamie Bartlett: I was afforded the luxury of failing many times

Respected stage and TV actor Jamie Bartlett has died at the age of 55. We take a look back at one of his last radio interviews with Primedia Broadcasting.

Elon Musk’s mom is making her own waves with historic Sports Illustrated cover

Presenter Lester Kiewit chats to Barbs Wire correspondent Barbara Friedman about the latest stories causing a stir on the internet.

'Skhaftin Bus' sustainability project finds new home at Cape Town school

Kannemeyer Primary School will now take ownership of the Skhaftin Bus, a mobile, plastic-free grocery store initiative developed in 2020

14 CT suburbs facing double whammy of load shedding and maintenance outages

Breakfast host, Refilwe Moloto, chats to the City of Cape Town's Kadri Nassiep about the planned maintenance.

'Immunisation can save your child's life; keep their vaccines up to date'

Presenter Zain Johnson chats to paediatrician Dr Adele Mathwin.

More young people are losing their faith in democracy, research claims

Professor Joleen Steyn Kotze, a senior research specialist at the HSRC, says people are becoming disillusioned with democracy as a political system rather than as an ideology.

Can you turn off the 'tap and go' on your card? Here's what SA's 5 top banks say

Consumer journalist Wendy Knowler looks at the 'tap and go' feature on credit cards and the safety of these contactless cards and asks if it can be disabled.

Charlize Theron rallies global support to raise funds for KZN flood relief

The Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project has created a fundraiser to get behind the flood relief efforts in KwaZulu-Natal.

Gearing up for a road trip? Here are 7 fuel-saving tips to stretch your tank

Breakfast host Refilwe Moloto chats to Budget Insurance spokesperson Susan Steward.

Why you should probably rethink wearing your shoes inside the house

Presenter Clarence Ford chats to environmental scientist, Professor Mark Taylor.

Decision on Two Oceans event permit looms: 'We've tried very hard to negotiate'

Breakfast host Refilwe Moloto chats to the City of Cape Town's JP Smith.

Two Oceans event permit still pending due to concerns raised by churches - CoCT

The City of Cape Town says it's aware of the concerns raised by churches and other groups about the Two Oceans Marathon planned for Easter Sunday.

Two Oceans Marathon to go ahead after devising 'clear traffic plan for churches'

The City of Cape Town has issued the final race permit for the Two Oceans Marathon this coming weekend.

Legendary Cape chef Cass Abrahams shares the secret to the perfect pickled fish

Retired chef and Cape cuisine expert Cass Abrahams chats to CapeTalk presenter Zain Johnson.

[WATCH] Should petrol attendants have to pay up when drivers speed off?

Morning Review host Lester Kiewit chats to South African Petroleum Retailers Association chair Henry van der Merwe.