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[LISTEN] The Flash Drive: Man runs 100km in backyard for CHOC Foundation.

[LISTEN] The Flash Drive: Man runs 100km in backyard for CHOC Foundation.

Amidst the covid-19 pandemic and 21 day lockdown, Carl and Zoe hear you feel Great news.

Celebrating World Table Tennis Day with the World's Longest Table Tennis Rally

Celebrating World Table Tennis Day with the World's Longest Table Tennis Rally

Traditionally, participants around the world would gather at social events and tournaments but this year they took their celebration online.

Join the Kfm Most Music Masters!

Join the Kfm Most Music Masters!

Make sure we are still playing the songs you love during isolation! Join the Most Music Masters programme to answer surveys and win prizes!

Lockdown Catch-up with Suidooster actress, Jawaahier Petersen

Lockdown Catch-up with Suidooster actress, Jawaahier Petersen

Every weekday during the lockdown period, Tracey Lange calls up a local celebrity to find out how they're coping at home.

Self-Care: Show your lockdown hair some love

Self-Care: Show your lockdown hair some love

Tracey Lange speaks lockdown haircare with International Stylist and hair guru, Reto Carmichael of Reto HQ.

[LISTEN] Producer Brad's Virus Remix

[LISTEN] Producer Brad's Virus Remix

DJ Yummy as he is known, takes a WhatsApp voice note doing the rounds and transforms it into a catchy tune.

WCED reminds pupils, parents lockdown is not a holiday

WCED reminds pupils, parents lockdown is not a holiday

Learning must continue at home al Beit under far different conditions. Online is where learners are being told to go.

Senseless Survey: Should we change the name of snakes to danger noodles?

Senseless Survey: Should we change the name of snakes to danger noodles?

Whackhead calls an unsuspecting victim and tries to get through his entire list of crazy questions on his Senseless Survey before he gets caught out!

COVID-19 quick insights from 5 April

COVID-19 quick insights from 5 April

Eleven people have died of the coronavirus in South Africa and the country now has 1,655 confirmed cases. While the numbers aren’t as high as was expected, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that this could be the calm before the storm as the numbers increased.


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