#2015MustFall Cape Talk presenters reflect on the year

Kieno Kammies reflects on some special moments on his show in 2015

Kieno Kammies reflects on some outstanding moments on his show, #feesmustfall and his kids going to high school (which meant more growing up for him!).

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Pippa Hudson reflects on some of her best shows in 2015

Pippa Hudson reflects on some of her best shows in 2015

Pippa Hudson reflects on some of her best shows in 2015 and looks forward to watching Star Wars these holidays and unwinding with family.

John Maytham: On turning 60 and living in 'interesting times' this year

John Maytham: On turning 60 and living in 'interesting times' this year

John Maytham reflects on a 'very busy' 2015, the abuse of state-owned enterprises and turning 60! He ends off with a powerful message for the holiday season.

Redi Tlhabi reflects on her best show of 2015

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Redi Tlhabi reflects on one of her most outstanding broadcasts, from the Cradle of Humankind, with the discovery of Home Naledi. She describes this as 'a salient moment for our country'.

Aki Anastasiou on the rise of the self-drive car in 2015

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Aki Anastasiou says that 2015 is the year where we saw the rise of self-driven cars, as well as technology-enabled health and fitness products that stood out this year.

John Robbie reflects on a year of personal happiness

John Robbie reflects on a year of personal happiness

John Robbie reflects on a year of personal happiness, where he became a grandfather and his daughter got married. He looks forward to spending time with his family in KZN these holidays.

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