Grammy-award winner Prince Charles Alexander has worked with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Sting and Boyz II Men.
Africa Melane’s wide-ranging interests and relentless curiosity stand him in good stead to host Weekend Breakast on 702 and CapeTalk, a show that ranges from international headlines to must-visit events.
Every Saturday and Sunday morning from 6:00 – 10:00 Africa unpacks the news of the week – at a weekend pace. He takes the time to engage with the audience on stories that matter, and unpack the issues that these raise. Because it’s the weekend – Africa will also find out what it is that listeners must do, must see, must taste and must try.
An accountant by training, Africa has spent a decade in broadcasting, both on and off-air. He is open-minded, compassionate and committed to making a difference.
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Stellenbosch University's Dr Jo Barnes says Legionella can only survive the water temperature up to 50 degrees.
A Sunday Times survey has revealed a distinct lack of diversity in staff rooms in South Africa.
Rates of tuberculosis in Cape Town, and especially Khayelitsha are among the highest in the world.
Associate Professor of Taxation Herman Viviers explains why it's important to submit even if you are eligible for the exemption.
Lawyer, Barnabas Xulu says the contract presented to his clients by the City of Cape Town contains irregularities.
For the first time, the World Health Organisation has recognised burnout as an occupational syndrome.
A paper published in the Effective Executive journal looks at the attitudes of those born after 1994 towards race and identity.
Khayelitsha Development Forum chair Ndithini Thyido says Codeta and the City should do better in managing the crisis.