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The CapeTalk Weekly

The best on 567 and capetalk.co.za for the week ending 30 October.

The CapeTalk Weekly

The CapeTalk Weekly

A collection of some of the best interviews this week on Cape Talk.

The Cape Talk Weekly

The Cape Talk Weekly

A Collection of some of the best interview this week on Cape Talk, 8 - 12 December.

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Crayfish - reminder of restrictions and penalties

It is all too tempting to buy crayfish from local fishermen, but if there are consequences if you don't have a permit

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CapeTalk highlights 15 - 21 November

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