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With all the coverage of Homo naledi we took a step back to get the bigger picture with The Naked Scientist himself. Just how important is this discovery?

The Breakfast Show visited Enaleni Vineyards - owned by 23 shareholders who are all farm workers on the estate. The farm grows grapes that are sold to wine cellars to produce quality wine.

The Huguenot Tunnel needs money - from you and me. John spoke to SANRAL to get the facts straight.

Ntombie Nonxuba is an amazing woman who has turned a small township business into a profitable enterprise that supplies workers’ uniforms to Pick n Pay stores.

World Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Day day highlights a majorly unaddressed scourge in the Western Cape. John spoke to a mother and activist.

Robbie Robberts has served in many capacities within the law enforcement sector over the years. He was recently appointed to the City of Cape Town’s Law Enforcement Directorate.

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Travel Blog: "Nothing prepared me for the reality" #KnysnaFire

Travel Blog: "Nothing prepared me for the reality" #KnysnaFire

CapeTalk drive time producer Stephan Lombard travelled to Knysna and says the town's identity will never be quite the same.

If #ZumaMustFall movement gains momentum, it could hurt the ANC - Fikeni

If #ZumaMustFall movement gains momentum, it could hurt the ANC - Fikeni

Political analyst Somadoda Fikeni says the ANC is in an awkward position, as it can't be seen as distancing themselves from the President.

The CapeTalk Weekly

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

Right2know to take Parliament to court over new Inspector General's position

Right2know to take Parliament to court over new Inspector General's position

The Right2Know Campaign has given parliament until Friday to say why a new Inspector General of Intelligence hasn't been appointed

The CapeTalk Weekly

The CapeTalk Weekly

The best on air and online for the week ending 9 October

'Zuma's Q&A response on the state of SA may hurt him in the long run' - Fikeni

'Zuma's Q&A response on the state of SA may hurt him in the long run' - Fikeni

Independent political analyst Prof. Somadoda Fikeni comments on Presidents Zuma's responses during the Q&A session in Parliament.

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