The Dis-Chem Brain of CapeTalk, Dis-Chem Brain of 702

Shaun Goodbrand brings Dis-Chem Brain of Brains title back to 702

Eskom employee, Shaun Goodbrand, has been named the 2017 Dis-Chem Brain of Brains. He walked away with R20 000 after an intense head-to-head round with CapeTalk's Jason Petersen.

Peterson won himself R15 000 for making it to the finals beating all other CapeTalk contestants during the semifinal round at Tygervalley Mall on Saturday.

Watch the final round as it unfolded in 702 and CapeTalk studios...

For more information on the Dis-Chem Brain of 702, visit http://brain.702.co.za

Listen to the nailbiting final round of the quarterfinal and the semi finals as it happened on air

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Shaun Goodbrand WINS this year's Brain of 702

Shaun Goodbrand WINS this year's Brain of 702

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Two months ago, Twee Jonge Gezellen Primary, an underprivileged rural school in Tulbagh, launched a personal hygiene campaign.

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Cape Town scoops the Dis-Chem Brain of Brains title

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The Brain of Brains title is back in Cape Town! Congratulations to Eben Daniels for winning the Dis-Chem Brain Of Brains 2016.

The Dis-Chem Brain of CapeTalk 2016 goes to...

The Dis-Chem Brain of CapeTalk 2016 goes to...

CapeTalk listeners gathered at Blue route Mall on Saturday to witness the crowning of the 2016 Dis-Chem Brain of Cape Talk.

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

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

Find out who will be the Dis-Chem Brain of CapeTalk at Blue Route Mall tomorrow. Here is a reflection of the previous week's winners:

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Brain of CapeTalk 2nd quarterfinals winner

The Dis-chem Brain of CapeTalk took place at Gardens Centre with five contestants battling it out for the second round.

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