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Senseless Survey: Can you describe the taste of water?

Senseless Survey: Can you describe the taste of water?

A brand new year, a brand new season of the Senseless Survey with Darren 'Whackhead' Simpson.

WATCH: Starfish returned to the deep sea after washing ashore on Fish Hoek beach

WATCH: Starfish returned to the deep sea after washing ashore on Fish Hoek beach

CapeTalk host John Maytham chats to Cape of Good Hope SPCA chief inspector Jaco Pieterse.

Motivation: Any opportunity to confront a fear is an absolute privilege

Motivation: Any opportunity to confront a fear is an absolute privilege

Kfm Mornings is back and eager for powerful motivation to kick off their first week back in the studio.

[WATCH] Opera student joining Lisette Oropressa in song goes viral

[WATCH] Opera student joining Lisette Oropressa in song goes viral

Khabazela shares some of the videos that went viral on Twitter and Facebook.

Capetonians urged to be vigilant and report suspicious fires

Capetonians urged to be vigilant and report suspicious fires

Together with warmer and drier conditions, the region's annual fire season is in full swing.

Home education: Why Cape educators are concerned about proposed changes to law

Home education: Why Cape educators are concerned about proposed changes to law

Amy MacIver interviews Christopher Cordeiro, who was involved in consultations with government about the BELA Bill.

Parents urged to prepare for back-to-school in light of staggered return dates

Parents urged to prepare for back-to-school in light of staggered return dates

Presenter Ismail Lagardien chats to DBE spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga.

Points demerit system for poor driving fully in effect on 1 July 2022

Points demerit system for poor driving fully in effect on 1 July 2022

Africa Melane interviews motoring journalist Jacob Moshokoa.

How your employer could be helping you beat the Janu-worry blues - Bryan Habana

How your employer could be helping you beat the Janu-worry blues - Bryan Habana

Ray White talks to former Springbok Bryan Habana, co-founder of the Earned Wages Access platfom Paymenow.

Here's what the 2022 academic calendar looks like

Here's what the 2022 academic calendar looks like

Public Schools in South Africa will welcome back students on Wednesday, 19 January 2022.

David Scott (The Kiffness) gives R100K to SPCA after making R200K with cat EP

David Scott (The Kiffness) gives R100K to SPCA after making R200K with cat EP

John Maytham interviews David Scott of The Kiffness.

5 Movies you do not want to miss in 2022

5 Movies you do not want to miss in 2022

Grab your tickets, get your popcorn and get ready for a night out in theatres.

Govt lifts curfew, further eases level 1 restrictions

Govt lifts curfew, further eases level 1 restrictions

Cabinet approved the further easing of lockdown level 1 restrictions, saying that it appeared that the country had passed the peak of the fourth COVID-19 wave.

5 popular Kfm articles you clicked on in 2021

5 popular Kfm articles you clicked on in 2021

An unusual love story, cringe moment caught on live TV and a nifty air fryer hack — 5 stories that caught your eye in 2021.

[WATCH] Top 10 Kfm Top 40 interviews from 2021

[WATCH] Top 10 Kfm Top 40 interviews from 2021

From the world's favourite ginger to a man synonymous with Christmas — Here are the Top 10 Kfm Top 40 interviews of 2021.

President Ramaphosa pays tribute to Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

President Ramaphosa pays tribute to Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

The last surviving South African laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has passed away in Cape Town at the age of 90.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu passes away at 90

Archbishop Desmond Tutu passes away at 90

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced the passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu.

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu (90) has passed away

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu (90) has passed away

The man affectionately known ‘the Arch’ was described by Nelson Mandela as the voice of the voiceless as he fought openly and passionately against oppression, racism, poverty and homophobia.