Struggles interracial couples still face
The Open Line took an unexpected turn when a caller in an interracial relationship shared how her father rejected her partner.
Why are we still having to justify eating meat?
Professor David Bilchards explains ethical meat eating is not reason enough to continue eating meat.
Not illegal for shops to publicly sell Tik lollies - researcher
The abuse of Tik is a huge problem in the Western Cape but shops selling the glass vessel used to smoke it are not in the wrong.
Spay Day helps stop the cycle of abuse and cruelty to animals - SPCA
World Spay Day highlights the importance of spaying to reduce the amount of unwanted and neglected animals.
The video Donald Trump needs to see
We have a special video message for the President of the United States!
De Lille raises alarm bells over Cape water crisis, proposes new measures
Mayor Patricia De Lille wants to declare Cape Town a 'proactive disaster area' in order to secure funding for interventions.
S*@%! Understanding the psychology of swearing
Behavioural psychologist Dr. Schomer explains why some people use profanities to express themselves.
14 tendencies people pick up when they move to the 'burbs
Usabani usemasabhabsini? Listeners share the "larney" habits they've picked up since moving from the location to leafy suburbia.
Map of Top 100 water wasters (identified by streets)
Here are the worst water offenders in Cape Town named and shamed by street.
Whoah! Trevor Noah buys R130m penthouse in Manhattan
Comedian Trevor Noah has bought an apartment in midtown Manhattan, New York, worth R130 million.
SA's Moonyeen Lee on voting for Oscar winners: 'Like a kid in a candy store'
The first time member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gives us insight into the Oscar’s selection process.
Stellies students embark on research of ground water reserves
The Know Your Water initiative initiated by Masters Students at Stellenbosch University looks to explore ground water reservoirs.
Does winning a SAMA make you rich? Loyiso Bala (Bala Bros) opens up about money
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Bala about his attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).
Average dam level drops to 31% in Western Cape
The Local Government Department says it is working hard to encourage water saving.
Elkanah House pupils go green with daily grey-water gardening campaign
Pupils at Elkanah House's Pre and Junior Primary in Blouberg are doing their part to save water in Cape Town.
Have an outstanding traffic fine? You (and millions others) may not have to pay!
Millions of fines issued since 2008 where officers failed to comply with the Aarto Act must be scrapped, the GP High Court ruled.
We don't have to have alcohol ads, says Soul City Institute
A study by the Soul City Institute for Social Justice has revealed how alcohol ads entice young kids to drink.
Firefighters battling blaze in Parklands and Hout Bay
While no properties are in danger, the Parklands fire has not yet been contained due to a strong south easterly wind.