CapeTalk highlights

The CapeTalk Weekly

The Empire Strikes Bok, an epic film about the memorable 2015 Rugby World Cup match between Japan and the Springboks. The premise of this film is clear – the story behind rugby’s greatest ever upset. Mike Wills invited listeners to suggest the names of actors who would participate in this film.

#CapeTalkInTheBoardroom On Wednesday, Kieno Kammies presented his show from the boardroom of Yuppiechef as part of our birthday month celebrations. He even made a banting smoothie!

Movember starts on Sunday – and to find out more about the month of the hairy moustache Pippa Hudson spoke to the South African Coordinator for Movember.

Young achiever Rupert Bryant was included in this year’s Forbes Africa’s list of 30 promising young entrepreneurs under 30, one of five South Africans on this list. The young Capetonian left school in 2000 at the age of 14 to set up his own web hosting company, and then co-founded ISP Web Africa. He spoke to Kieno Kammies about his journey so far.

Pippa had a powerful call from listener, Gina, who had found a lump on her breast last week and was going for a mammogram this Friday. Gina, who was petrified about her mammogram, reached out for reassurance that everything would be okay

OldMutual proud to be a Top Employer Old Mutual was recently named as the number 1 top employer in the financial services and insurance industry and number 2 across all industries by the Top Employers Institute. Kieno Kammies presented his Friday morning breakfast show from the head office of Old Mutual as part of the #CapeTalkInTheBoardroom series.


Read More
The CapeTalk Weekly

The CapeTalk Weekly

A collection of some of the best interviews this week on Cape Talk.

The Cape Talk Weekly

The Cape Talk Weekly

A Collection of some of the best interview this week on Cape Talk, 8 - 12 December.

The Cape Talk Weekly

The Cape Talk Weekly

Best interviews this week on Cape Talk: 1 - 5 December

Crayfish - reminder of restrictions and penalties

Crayfish - reminder of restrictions and penalties

It is all too tempting to buy crayfish from local fishermen, but if there are consequences if you don't have a permit

CapeTalk highlights 15 - 21 November

CapeTalk highlights 15 - 21 November

Stories to get you thinking, shouting, looking up at Signal Hill and thinking yourself younger.

Popular articles
Predictably awesome new Nando's ad reminds South Africans ‘we can fix our sh$t’

Predictably awesome new Nando's ad reminds South Africans ‘we can fix our sh$t’

Watch the Guptas pack their bags and run in Nando's inspiring new advertisement.

PSG Chair Jannie Mouton opens up (kind of) about Steinhoff

PSG Chair Jannie Mouton opens up (kind of) about Steinhoff

In 2012 Steinhoff acquired 20% of wealth manager PSG, reportedly infuriating Mouton. Bruce Whitfield interviews him.

[LISTEN] Sara-Jayne King overjoyed at finding her biological father

[LISTEN] Sara-Jayne King overjoyed at finding her biological father

After a 702/ CapeTalk interview, the author of the autobiographical book Killing Karoline spoke to her dad for the first time.

[LISTEN] Caller challenges Eusebius on land disposition

[LISTEN] Caller challenges Eusebius on land disposition

‘I need you to provide me with an answer' - John from Edenvale, Gauteng

Number of South Africans visiting the seaside has dropped

Number of South Africans visiting the seaside has dropped

Fedhasa's CEO is encouraging South Africans to take a look at the specials that are currently out there and make their bookings.

How businessman Max Lichaba struck gold with his jewellery company

How businessman Max Lichaba struck gold with his jewellery company

Entrepreneur Max Lichaba built his own empire and is the CEO of Lichaba Creations and several other businesses. This is his story.