Spokesperson for the Western Cape Department of Education, Paddy Attwell chats to Africa about combating the schooling crises.
Water is a scarce commodity that can be considered a precious resource. Without water, the human brain would deteriorate.
‘It’s often in that initial reaction that we set the tone for future engagement with children.' - Doctor Tlaleng Mofokeng
In the food feature, Anna Trapido talks about the Leopard Deli's readymade meals, and why they're perfect for back to school lunch
EWN Reporter Graig-Lee Smith says that the target is 87 litres of water per day but Capetonians have exceeded that amount.
Azania chats to young cricketer Lungi Ngidi about the cricket match between India and the Proteas and his accomplishments.
‘We sometimes find parcels coming into the country with items that are not allowed in the country.' - Mark van Rensburg
702 Afternoon Drive host Stephen Grootes's comment involves past dealings that involve EFF national chair, Advocate Dali Mpofu.
It’s not just about bonuses, the core demand is the recognition of the trade union which is Nupsaw - Solly Malema