Dr Gillian Moody says it's not good to pamper your children today and say you are on your own tomorrow, it's a gradual process.
As drought continue to hit WC hard, BAT has embarked on efforts to reduce their water consumption and reliance on municipal supply.
Former MP Melanie Verwoerd gives some insight on a question from a CapeTalk listener who asks what it would take to impeach Zuma
Researcher and writer, Robyn Wolfson explains how social workers have suffered a pay cut and NGOs are in danger of shutting down.
Political and social commentator discusses the prospects of Helen Zille cutting ties with the DA.
While the fires are being contained in Knysna predicted winds could add further damage.
According to SAIRR researcher Gerbrandt van Heerden the number of people receiving social grants has increased by 328% since 2001.
No official date has been set for the roll out of SA's new number plate legislation, but here's what you need to know so long.
Capetonians are pulling out hot water bottles and mittens as a cold front is predicted to make landfall on Thursday morning.
Behavioural psychologist Dr Helgo Schomer explains the symptoms, treatments and tips for people who suffer panic attacks.
It's important to confront friends and family if they seem distracted by their phones, says Afro Protocol founder Courtenay Carey.
Flux Trends founder Dion Chang gives five reasons why he believes getting a degree is past its sell by date.