UWC Constitutional Law lecturer Pierre de Vos explains how to use your vote against dodgy names on party lists.
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Some CapeTalk listeners argue for the return of the death penalty, while others agree with the Constitution's right to life.
This cost-effective technology will also be used to patch potholes on South Africa's roads.
Demand management senior general manager, Andrew Etzinger provides details of why load shedding has been implemented.
Ministry of Public Enterprises spokesperson, Adrian Lackay says Eskom's problems impact the country's already ailing economy.
In Australia on Saturday, a 17-year-old teenager smashed a raw egg on the head of right-wing Queensland senator Fraser Anning.
SanParks has warned that the water on the side of the Ashmead Channel next to Cathy Park, Loerie Park and Costa Sarda isn't safe.
Jan Vermeulen says Icasa has to some degree allowed the operators to make their own calls on how to implement the regulations.
While Ramaphosa said Zimbabwe deserved the support of the international community, he made no mention of any bailout plans from SA.