Buckle up: South Africa is the 'most dangerous country to drive in'
Recent data from Zutobi gave driving scores for countries around the world based on factors such as seatbelt use, alcohol related accidents and speed limit - and awarded South Africa a disappointing safety score of 3.41/10
Group Therapy: I'm married, but attracted to my ex
Darren, Sherlin, Sibs and Kfm Mornings listeners weigh in on a dilemma sent in by a listener in another episode of Group Therapy.
Generating shortage sees Eskom bring back power cuts for Wednesday evening
Eskom has been implementing the rolling blackouts during the evening peak since Monday as it struggles to keep up with demand.
Cheers (Drink to That): Rihanna's Fenty Beauty to launch in SA on 27 May
Music, business and fashion mogul, Rihanna, announced the highly anticipated launch of Fenty Beauty and Fenty skin on Tuesday through her Twitter account.
The rise of the humble brag: listeners share their stories
The art of the humble brag is on the rise and our Flash Drive listeners shared their humble brag stories on-air.
Kruger National Park hopes for competitive edge with R370m facilities upgrade
John Maytham talks to managing executive of the Kruger National Park, Gareth Coleman, about the park's R370 million renovation it will undergo over the next three years.
K9 Leah, rescue dog who died in the line of duty in KZN floods, laid to rest
Leah died during an operation in KwaZulu-Natal following the floods last month.
Cape Town ranked 3rd best city in the world, but best for who?
Refilwe Moloto speaks to SA Cities Network's Kayla Hanna Brown, about what life is like for ordinary citizens in Cape Town.
Up, down, repeat: Table Mountain Cableway Challenge raising funds for charity
The fundraising event aims to raise a total amount of R1 million that will go to numerous charities in Cape Town, namely Nature Connect, Home from Home and Ons Plek.
'Calling The Daughters': Your guide to womanhood
Pippa Hudson on her Family Matters feature speaks to personal development facilitator and mentor, Judy Bekker, on her new book 'Calling The Daughters'.
Gen Z prefers WhatsApp over email
Darren, Sherlin, and Sibs on Kfm Mornings chat about the worst part of your job - receiving emails.
Getting hitched? Here's why you should seriously consider signing a prenup
Zain Johnson speaks to attorney Louwrens Koen about the benefits of signing a prenuptial contract before getting married.
Boucher looking forward to taking Proteas to new heights after CSA drops charges
Cricket South Africa determined there was no substantial basis for the charges after Mark Boucher apologised for his actions and former teammate, Paul Adams, and Enoch Nkwe, declined to testify at the Boucher's disciplinary hearing.
Wedding no-nos: 15 things you should never do at a wedding
The No.1 faux pas seems to be guests pitching up wearing white. That's only for the bride!
Struggling Eskom to implement stage 2 power cuts for Tuesday evening
Eskom added that there was the possibility of higher stages of blackouts should there be any further generation unit breakdowns.
F1's ban on bling - but will Lewis Hamilton toe the line or pay a fine?
Lewis Hamilton has suggested he will not fully comply with Formula One’s jewelry ban, but will a $250,000 fine change his mind?
Whackhead's Prank: I don't use Viagra!
In this prank, Whackhead irritates a man by accusing him of using his medical aid savings on Viagra.
Cricket SA drops disciplinary charges against Mark Boucher
The charges were instituted against Boucher following recommendations from the Social Justice & Nation-Building (SJN) after it made adverse findings against the former Proteas wicketkeeper.