CoCT moves for Level 4B water restrictions due to low rainfall
The recent rainfall contributed only 5% to the reserves. The City will be implementing further restrictions to help save water.
Michael Mol (SA’s hunkiest, most well-known doctor) bares his soul about money
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mol about his money beliefs, hopes and fears, successes and failures.
"Newlands Stadium can be evacuated within 15 minutes"
Mayco member JP SMith says they did due diligence when issuing the certificate on 23 June allowing All Blacks game to go ahead.
9 million school children rely on feeding schemes
Daily Maverick's Leila Dougan talks to John Maytham about how the recession is impacting school feeding schemes.
Harry Potter turns 20 and listeners share other fave magical childhood reads
Listeners shared lots of books they have read and re-read countless times since childhood.
Swine flu: No need for concern
W Cape Department of Health deputy director says swine flu cases are expected this season but there's nothing to worry about.
Understanding suicide: "Depression is a sickness just like cancer"
Counselling Psychologist, Jeremy Bayer, unpacks suicide and how to deal with mental illnesses such as depression.
Meet Captain Knowledge Bengu – Master of the SA Agulhus II
“If someone thinks I’m too young to be a master, and yet I’ve been a master for years, that means it’s a milestone”
Technobyte: Find out how your sweat could be used to power your device
We review Mediabox streaming device, Samsung Note device set to make a comeback and your sweat could be used to power your device.
Harry Potter magic on Facebook!
The first Harry Potter book, The Philosopher's Stone, turned 20 years old this week and Facebook is making magic to celebrate
Marc Lottering introduces Darren to a Cape Town favourite!
Sherlin Barends has her hands full with her Kfm Mornings co-host Darren Simpson - so she's called for help from Cape Town's finest!
MyCiTi routes are operational says City after bus torched in Joe Slovo
Mayco's Brett Heron says one bus was torched completely and three others attacked but routes are operating with some deviations.
Rapidly rising temperatures in SA pose more risk of wildfires - CSIR
The CSIR says temperatures in Southern Africa are increasing much faster than the global rate.
YouTube child celebrity culture
702's Phemelo Motene chats to creative parenting expert, Nikki Bush about Youtube child celebrity culture.
Seeking a serene holiday in India? Kerala is the place to visit
Travel blogger, Meruschka Govender shares her experiences of a tropical paradise known as Kerala in the south of India
LISTEN: Whitney Houston fans belt it out for shot at tickets to tribute show
Listeners and Whitney Houston fans called in for chance to win tickets to the highly-praised Whitney Houston Tribute Show.
Disabled hand cyclist 'Zig Zag Zach' to race in Knysna Cycle Tour for good cause
10-year old Zach Legward isn't your average cyclist; he's the youngest hand cyclist in SA and he also lives with a disability.
Ford's recall of Figos and Ikons explained
Business Day Motoring editor, Mark Smythe, says fumes could get inside the vehicle and in extreme cases pose a fire risk.