Adventurer Chris Bertish makes history and helps SA children
CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies speaks to Chris Featherby of Carrick Wealth proud sponsor for Chris Bertish's journey.
How to use media (social and other kinds) to talk to your customers
Small business guru Pavlo Phitidis on what kinds of media are appropriate (e.g. don't use Twitter to sell Zimmer Frames).
‘I’ll do it later’ – more wealth destroying than any market crash or recession
Personal Financial Advisor Warren Ingram discusses the extreme cost of procrastination and gives practical tips to overcome it.
Rhino shot three times in the head
The rhino, named Vince was found dead by the staff at Thoiry zoo in France on Tuesday morning.
Major medical breakthrough: New gene pegged as cause of heart attacks in youth
This is being called the biggest medical advancement in South African cardiology since Dr Chris Barnard's first heart transplant.
Chris Bertish has done it! #theSupCrossing
Cape Town adventurer has crossed the Atlantic successfully on a stand-up paddle board, and its all in aid of children's charity.
Residents band together to help 'forsaken' elderly at Communicare housing
Pinelands resident Lisa Dinkelmann has rallied locals in her community to help 21 senior citizens who are fending for themselves.
Uniquely South African rooibos tea's uses (besides being a refreshing cuppa)
The plant is known to bear many health benefits but what else is it good for?
Botched wedding proposals
Engagement proposals can either go perfectly well or horribly wrong. Listen to 702 callers share some of their own stories.
7 song lyrics listeners got horribly wrong growing up
Listeners laugh at themselves sharing some of the misheard song lyrics they've sang incorrectly for years. Oops!
Daring airport heist leaves social media abuzz
As investigators piece together details, those on social media expressed their disbelief at the audacious robbery.
Engineer's grey water treatment for homes helps you save on water bill
The treatment system will allow households to re-use grey water and regain original composition and natural quality AND save money
Your name matches your face, research says
According to the findings, there’s a good chance that the name you were given at birth matches the type of “look” you have.
2017 Sax Appeal edition to hit the streets of Cape Town
Students at UCT will once again get dressed up in all sorts of interesting attire in a bid to sell the 2017 SAX Appeal Magazine.
Happy 50th birthday, Krugerrand!
The Krugerrand remains, to this day, the world’s most widely held and actively traded gold coin.
‘Why I paid R5 million for a pigeon’
The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews the man who outbid a Chinese syndicate to buy the most expensive racing pigeon ever.