If interest rate remains stable, 2021 to bring more surprises in property market
Despite the pandemic, 2020 saw a rally in residential property sales. Andrew Golding examines the trends expected in 2021.
Top universities offering 1,500 free courses online. Grab the opportunity!
Harvard, Oxford, MIT... We need to take responsibility for keeping ourselves on the cutting edge, says futurist Graeme Codrington.
Sars drops ball with eFiling changes - 'We're working hard to convert service'
Most online forms have now been migrated to newer technology after Adobe stopped support for Flash Player on 31 Dec, says Sars.
‘No hard feelings’: Man dumped before winning R60mil to buy ex-lover a fridge
The 30-year-old man, who works in the finance sector, went to claim his winnings at the National Lottery Operator offices on Tuesday after winning the jackpot on Friday.
Herman Lensing shows you how to better use your microwave
Well known chef, Herman Lensing spoke to Carl about his new show #HermanSeMikroGeheime
Way too noisy and distracting! Should popcorn be banned from the cinema?
EB Inglis reveals that he was once called out by the guy sitting next to him for chewing too loudly during the film.
Nifty hack to get your avo's ripe and ready in just 10 minutes
There’s not much more frustrating than discovering that your avocado has either gone bad or is not ripe enough to enjoy.
Businesses need a lifeline. Bring back UIF Ters payments, says WC govt
The Western Cape government has reiterated its call for a new round of UIF Ters relief to mitigate the impact of the Level 3 lockdown.
What will it feel like to get the COVID vaccine? Dubai-based Kris Fade explains
As South Africans await their turn, many are wondering what it will feel like to be vaccinated.
No Cape Town Cycle Tour 2021 in March, event 'untenable' say organisers
Organisers say they are exploring all available options in terms of hosting a safe Cape Town Cycle Tour later in the year.
Taxi drivers, teachers, cops to be prioritised for COVID-19 vaccine - Mkhize
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said that prioritising taxi drivers would assist the country to reach herd immunity through vaccination.
Eskom hopes to bring more units online, warns of power cuts if system struggles
The utility suspended stage two rolling blackouts at 11pm on Monday night after returning some units to service at its ageing power plants.
How to get your kids back in the "school" routine
Schools only open in about a month’s time – tips for you to get the kids back in their routine.
On the Couch with Kfm: Darren, EB, Carl, Sherlin, Tracey share their radio story
Get to know your favourite Kfm presenters better with these profiles from CapeTalk's 'On the Couch' with Pippa Hudson.
10 life lessons you can learn from Winnie the Pooh
10 Winnie the Pooh quotes from books, movies and television shows that we can all relate to.
Devil's in the details: WhatsApp controversy raises digital security concerns
Here's how to check your load shedding schedule in Cape Town
Schedules and load shedding status for your area.
Toxic 'red tide' killing marine life along West Coast
The 'red tide' phenomenon is currently stretching 60 km along the West Coast and is turning the water a different colour.