Cable theft device may be solution to scupper rampant theft in SA
Inventor of the Securi-Cable Barry Geer explains the systems and devices developed to prevent rampant cable theft in SA.
Commission to charge dodgy CT car salesman after failing to reimburse customer
The dealership owner faces court action after failing to pay back the money for a used VW Passat which broke down after five days.
[LISTEN] The importance of a digital detox and tips on how to do it
MD of Black Box Yavi Madurai explains why you need a break from addictive technology.
Listeners 'twar' over baked beans and mayo. Is it a salad?
Is it really so sacrilegious to refer to baked beans and mayonnaise as a salad dish? Listeners and Twitter users engage in debate.
Dakota Johnson felt 'exposed' by fame
Dakota Johnson has admitted she felt "exposed" when she was thrust into the spotlight after landing the starring role in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West's godsend daughter
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West's daughter - who was born via a surrogate on Monday (15.01.18) - is a "godsend" to them after a tough couple of years.
Enrique Iglesias shares first picture of one of his newborn twins
Enrique Iglesias has shared the first picture of one of his twins, who he welcomed in late December, calling them his "sunshine".
The Yeoville Dinner Club is a multi-sensory multi-cultural taste experience
Radio personality and foodie Sanza Sandile has merged Yeoville's many African nationalities in a palatable and exciting way.
Kim Kardashian West was in delivery room when baby arrived
Kim Kardashian West was in the delivery room when her daughter was born via a surrogate on Monday (15.01.18).
As Western Cape back-to-school 2018 kicks off 11 000 learners still unplaced
Schools opened on Wednesday to a smooth start but 11 000 learners still to be placed in the Western Cape.
Google's Android Problem: Security is Hard
'I think that our most personal of computers simply must be accessible and hackable. Android is the embodiment of personal choice. And yet, I am very bearish on Android.'
[GALLERY] Nerves, tears and protests: Back to school in Gauteng
Pupils in Gauteng marked the return to school and the start of the 2018 academic year with some nerves and tears, while EFF members protested at a Vereeniging school over its admissions policy.
Photographer Mara Mbele using her medium as a tool for activism
This Jozi photographer uses her camera as a form of social activism focusing predominantly on the #FeesMustFall student movement.
20 Satisfying Hobbies and How to Get Them
'The New Year is the perfect time to finally take up ceramics, learn Mandarin, start a book club, try rock climbing, or plant a garden. In 2018, the Cut has practical advice on trying something new. Make bowls, not just resolutions'
How to safeguard against listeriosis
At least 67 people have died from the outbreak that surfaced in early December.
Bergvliet High School implements water saving measures
The school has started implementing its short-terms goals, tabled with the help of parents, staff and learners.
Vandalism blamed for latest central rail line suspension in CT
After intially planning to reopen the troubled central line on Wednesday morning, the rail operator has had to keep a week-long suspension in place.