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Water has been found for the first time on potentially habitable planet

Water has been found for the first time on potentially habitable planet

12 September 2019 5:35 PM

Guest: Prof Jonathan Tennyson Professor of Physics and coauthor at University College London 


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The Fugard at Home – Now live

1 June 2020 6:04 PM

Guest:
Greg Karvellas | Fugard Theatre

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George Floyd and the global protests at his murder

1 June 2020 5:41 PM

Guest:
 Palesa Morudu | writer and director at Clarity Global Strategic
Communications, based in Washington DC |

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U-turn on reopening of schools

1 June 2020 5:23 PM

Guests:
 Jonovan Rustin | Provincial Secretary at Sadtu and Brian Schreuder

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Why so many people have become anti-vax?

1 June 2020 4:33 PM

Guest:

Rebecca Hodes | Director of the AIDS and Society Research Unit at the University of Cape Town's Centre for Social S

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How the Guptas' R9bn loco heist went down

1 June 2020 3:33 PM

Guest:
Stefaans Brummer | Journalist at amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism

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Marc Lottering featured on first edition of new weekend

29 May 2020 6:12 PM

Cape Town stand-up comedian Marc Lottering will be the first guest on Cape Talk's new
weekend music offering, “Just The Hits” which gets underway this weekend. On air
between 10h and 11h, it will feature the preferred 1980s playlist of a well-known
Capetonian each week. Marc talks to us about the new show.

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Dams, rains, snow and winter rainfall

29 May 2020 5:37 PM

Guest:
Dr Kevin Winter | from the Future Water Institute at University of Cape Town
(UCT) 

Although the South African Weather Service forecasts the temperature increasing
slightly the next two days, the week has been cold and rainy. Prior to the past few days,
rainfall figures were below average for the month of May and with Cape Town’s dams
edging towards the 50% full mark. The City of Cape Town has reminded residents that
rainfall predictions remain uncertain and urged the public to continue to use water
responsibly. We speak to Dr Kevin Winter of UCT’s Future Water Institute about what we
can expect over the winter, the impact of this week’s rain on the dams, and will the
snow be an added bonus to water levels.

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