#‎OutForElections‬: We are a party for the people says DA

John Maytham spoke to ward 49 Councillor and Mayco member Suzette Little about what the party has done for the people since it was voted into government.

This debate was suppose to take place between the DA and ANC party representatives. Unfortunately the ANC did not arrive.

According to Little, the DA is the one and only party that is able to serve the people of South Africa and specifically in Cape Town.

It is about focusing on the people, it is about making sure that we create an environment in which people develop

Suzette Little, Ward 49 Councillor

Little went on to say that absent Councillors are an indication of what is going to happen on 3rd of August "they will be absent".

The city does not have a budget that is endless or bottomless pit. we have to work and deliver service within a budget constraints and that budget is not just allocated for housing.

Suzette Little, Ward 49 Councillor

Listen to the full conversation below:

Read More
Surf’s up with Liquid Freedom Surf

Surf’s up with Liquid Freedom Surf

Liquid Freedom Surf is dedicated to producing the highest quality locally manufactured surf boards and stand-up paddle boards.

WATCH: CapeTalk listeners spoilt for choice at special biltong tasting

WATCH: CapeTalk listeners spoilt for choice at special biltong tasting

Three CapeTalk fans were treated to an exclusive biltong tasting experience and shared their thoughts with presenter John Maytham.

Lady Aria Grey on gender identity and the art of drag performance

Lady Aria Grey on gender identity and the art of drag performance

Lady Aria Grey is a drag queen and YouTube star with a series of funny and educational videos titled 'Lady Aria Grey Explains'.

The Wine Feature: Three blends of exceptional value for money

The Wine Feature: Three blends of exceptional value for money

John Maytham's three wine picks this week are set to hit the spot

Retail lessons learned lead to reliable supply of crisp fine fruit and veggies

Retail lessons learned lead to reliable supply of crisp fine fruit and veggies

Crisp supplies some of the top hotels and restaurants in the Western Cape with quality guaranteed produce.

Clarity on London attack emerges

Clarity on London attack emerges

Police have raided a number of proprieties in London and Birmingham.

Popular articles
The rand is on a rampage

The rand is on a rampage

The rand is going from strength to strength. The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Treasury One’s Andre Cilliers.

[CARTOON] Poephol With a Taste For Strife

[CARTOON] Poephol With a Taste For Strife

EWN's Dr Jack & Curtis take a look at the Spur confrontation that has taken the country by a storm.

No escaping the tax man even if you work outside SA

No escaping the tax man even if you work outside SA

Government is intending to change the way foreign income is taxed by introducing taxes to a large South African diaspora.

Opinion: Social housing in Sea Point won't collapse your world! - John Maytham

Opinion: Social housing in Sea Point won't collapse your world! - John Maytham

Social housing in Sea Point will house the very people who you are happy to have look after your kids & serve you in restaurants.

Sale of Tafelberg gets green-light from Cape Town City

Sale of Tafelberg gets green-light from Cape Town City

Despite months of protests and lobbying, affordable housing and redevelopment finally lose the battle for Tafelberg site.

Opinion: Laying equal blame on parents in Spur spat is wrong says Eusebius

Opinion: Laying equal blame on parents in Spur spat is wrong says Eusebius

He believes it's a moral cop-out to say the only thing going on in the video is two adults behaving badly in front of the kids.

Is Uber dying? Stuff’s editor explains…

Is Uber dying? Stuff’s editor explains…

High ranking employees are resigning en masse as crisis upon crisis pummel lossmaking Uber.

Spur tightens its belt as 'two for the price of one' Monday burger special ends

Spur tightens its belt as 'two for the price of one' Monday burger special ends

The CEO of Spur says food inflation has played a big role in making this difficult decision.