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May the Fourth be with you, a celebration of Star Wars Day

May 4 marks "May the Fourth be with you," Day celebrated by fans George Lucas' fans of his Star Wars global movie franchise.

Why Competition Commission probe won't bring down high data costs

Analyst explains why Telecomms Minister Cwele's call for Competition Commission and Icasa data costs probe will not solve problem.

Rising British comedy stars launch new series Tribal Bootcamp in SA

Xolani Gwala speaks to the duo Joel Dommett from the TV show Skins and Nish Kumar from QI, about their new series.

Here's why veggies may taste disgusting to some kids (they aren't acting up!)

Parents may have to be more creative with how they prepare food if their children really struggle to eat cruciferous vegetables.

Police arrest four suspects linked to Mandla Hlatshwayo's killing

Former Generations actor and Jozi FM DJ Mandla Hlantshwayo was shot and killed in Soweto on Sunday.

Caller warns against BlueWhale (suicide game targeting teens)

EWN reports that BlueWhale game can be downloaded onto a smartphone and it encourages user to commit suicide after extreme tasks.

Commission probes "big four" supermarket chains

The commission investigates whether there is any distortion of competition by Shoprite, Pick n Pay, Spar, and Woolworths.

Opportunity to get inspired by PechaKucha in Cape Town

PechaKucha Cape Town (PKCT) has become a popular platform that features some remarkable and inspiring Capetonians.

Boxing legend Nick Durandt laid to rest

Veteran boxing coach Nick Durandt died in a motorcycle crash near Clarens, in the Free State in April.

Quit the smoking (it's easy!) says Xolani Gwala

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has upheld Australia’s laws on plain packaging of cigarettes and other tobacco products.

Watch your complaints on social media, companies can sue you

Social media law expert Emma Sadleir explains what constitutes defamation when posting on social media.

Parenting millennials: What works and when do you draw the line

Psychologist Jeremy Bayer says raising a millennial child may require different set of skills, but some old patterns need to stay.

'Going Dutch' on a first date (chivalry may be dead)

Dates can be awkward when the bill arrives, and you need to discuss who will pay the bill. Callers state their cases.

Weak currency sees increase in tourists coming to SA

Fedhasa says South Africa is a preferred destination for tourists for many reasons.

Most supermarket plastic bags not recyclable

South African Plastic Recycling Organisation says the use of fillers to make the bags cheaper sabotages recycling.

Here's how you (and your 3 friends) could win US Masters golf tournament

For the past seven years, winners have been 702 listeners.

Pepsi pulls Kendall Jenner ad, slammed for being out of touch with generation

Pepsi's been accused of belittling the cause and the iconic photo from 2016 #BlackLivesMatter protest against police violence.

Home Affairs explains why your ID is made public when you Google your name

A Breakfast listener raised security concerns about her identity number appearing on the internet when searching her name.