Everything you need to start your day.
Up close and personal with Cape Town while reflecting international trends and events
Afternoons with Pippa. Time to catch up on what's been happening in the City for both lifestyle and news subjects.
This veteran of talk radio and a seasoned news journalist serves a round-up of local and international news, coupled with the latest in business, sport, traffic and weather.
A wrap-up of the day’s business news as well as insight into trends and expert advice on all things money-related.
Your early morning chat - traffic - news fix delivered in a relaxed manner.
This is the go-to place to know about the latest fashion, food, trends and everything that is happening in Cape Town.
National and international news, business and current affairs issues updated at lunchtime.
The best bits from the world of sport with comment and conversation that is on point and off the cuff, presented by Buhle Madulini.
Get the best of both worlds with Lester Kiewit, a writer for the Mail & Guardian by day and presenter by night. Rather than looking back at the news of the day, explore new subjects and new perspectives.
Weekend Early is informative but relaxed. You’ll start the day feeling up-to-date and motivated.
The issues of the day unpacked at night. Time is on your side as we work through the big stories and their implications.
As part of the iMadiba Project sponsored by Sanlam, Africa Melane hosts a conversation with thought-leaders in education.
A wrap of the day’s business news as well as insight into trends and expert advice on all things money-related.
Bruce Whitfield presents an insightful new series that celebrates great thinking and what it takes to be a solutionist thinker.
Demonstrating Absa's global reach and expertise, providing access to corners of industries we wouldn’t necessarily have access to.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has highlighted police understaffing and has pointed the finger at national government in his State of the Province Address.
On Wednesday, Minister Senzo Mchunu told Parliament during his budget vote speech that his department would save R20 billion if 30,000 workers aged between 55 and 59 took voluntary severance packages.
The repo rate is the rate at which the central bank lends money to commercial banks.
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