Who will be the Dis-Chem Brain of CapeTalk 2016?

February, except for being a month of love, it is also a month full of fun and games for CapeTalk listeners. We believe to some of our listeners it’s been a bit stressful time, while to some it’s been excitements and winnings courtesy of Dis-Chem Pharmacies.

We are only a few hours away from playing the last round of the Dis-Chem Brain of CapeTalk at Blue Route Mall where we will be crowning this week’s quarterfinals winner and The Brain of CapeTalk.

Before the crowning, let’s reflect on the three previous winners at Bayside Mall, Gardens Centre and Tygervalley Shopping Centre.

Mark Jones became our first quarter final reigning brain at Bayside Mall.

Dale Forbes was the winner of the second quarter finals, with a total of 19 correct answers at Gardens Centre.

Deon Anderson, IT System Manager from Sunningdale was crowned the 3rd quarter final winner at Tygervalley Shopping Centre.

Join us on Saturday 27 February at Blue Route Mall to find out who will be The Dis-Chem Brain of CapeTalk. Be sure to be on time, the fun starts at 10 am. Remember to tune into to CapeTalk.co.za for more details.


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