Afro-Middle East Centre researcher Ebrahim Deen explains the history between the two countries.
Lester Kiewit has been plying his trade as a broadcast journalist for close on a decade. He got his big break in as a news intern at CapeTalk Eyewitness News in 2004 soon developing into a seasoned and respected journalist.
He then joined the wild world of television in 2008 as part of the etv and eNCA news teams. Most recently he led the channel's Parliamentary coverage. He has forged a reputation as a tough, brave reporter, with a well-developed story-telling sense.
Born and raised in Cape Town, Lester takes great pleasure in exploring his hometown, walking through the CBD, and historic districts, visiting and researching historic buildings and learning more about the city's indigenous history.
CapeTalk's Lester Kiewit and listeners discuss the problems of crime and gang violence on the Cape Flats.
The study is looking for participants between the ages of 25 and 45 to undergo a 6-week working memory training.
She says the ink rubbed off her thumb and she tested to see if she could have committed voter fraud, was shocked at the outcome.
Layton Beard of the Automobile Association talks to Lester Kiewit about whether people are roadtripping less.
Zukie Vuka of #UniteBehind explains its Wednesday protest at Prasa's offices where it demanded train safety issues be addressed.
Prof Elmarie Terblanche, of Stellenbosch University's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, explains the findings.
Western Cape Traffic Chief Kenny Africa expects high volumes of traffic to start leaving Cape Town around 2 o'clock on Thursday.
Four Paws Animal Welfare Foundation rescued two lions and 45 other animals were rescued from a Gaza Strip zoo.