Lead SA: Gadeeja Abbas expands on the campaign, which reaches out to anyone who has experienced gender-based violence.
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.
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Rudie Heyneke outlines Outa's objections to the traffic demerit system signed into law this week.
Criminologist and author Don Pinnock says deploying the army on the Cape Flats is too little, too late.
Certified financial planner Paul Roelofse says great care has to be taken with the structuring of a trust.
The Xubera Institute's Xolani Dube discusses campaign funding in the South African context of state capture.
Lead SA: The SA Fire Watch programme aims to empower young people with fire safety and equipment use skills.
The Mayco member for Safety and Security discusses the City's R1.5m claim for infrastructure damage during Thursday's shutdown.
If the influenza virus is still circulating in your community, get vaccinated says Dr Sibongile Walaza.
Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa urges motorists to be safe on the roads during the long weekend.